17 Burst results for "Phoenix Center"

"phoenix center" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

09:35 min | 7 months ago

"phoenix center" Discussed on WJR 760

"Anything is possible. I'm your host, Jack Priscilla and with Pastor Lorenzo so well. And since January, 2019 has been the lead pastor of the Vandals Ministries. Why did you leave? And how did you become the lead pastor of Evangel Ministries? I never thought in a million years. I believe Pontiac. It was one of the most painful things that I have ever encountered. Can you imagine having a baby and then right when the baby is learning how to walk your told you need to leave the child. And that's how I felt when I got called away from Woodside Tweet had many mysteries and I remember the day when Pastor Chris Brooks called me and asked me to pray. I knew that God was calling me to be the senior pastor of my own church because of the vision that he's given us to reach 500 urban communities. I knew God wanted me to do that. But that doesn't mean it wasn't hard to accept. It was very difficult. So would size being led right now in Pawnee Akbar, great leadership. And now I am in the heart of my hometown, Detroit and we've just started another church. Downtown Pontiac would be intention to go to Sagon on Flint. And it happened to a lot of prayer, Jack. It happened through a lot of faith. And God has shown us once again that anything is possible that he could take a kid from the East side to be trading calling to be a All right. You're back in Pontiac with Evangeline ministries. Yeah, to raise that little child. As you talked about. And you mentioned last segment that there's 50 plus homeless people living under the Phoenix Center and Pontiac. That's more than any other site in Oakland County. And you make a statement. I quote you Homelessness has a smell, Please. Yes. Homelessness. It has a smell, Jack. There are a lot of people that are selling They're prescription drugs in order to eat. They're the silent ones, the hurting ones, those that most churches may not even open their doors for. We feel that we are called to reach them because Jesus taught us That whatever we do to the least of these we do for him. So we have a calling to reach out to the disenfranchised, the marginalized in the pushed aside. Those that when they come into your church is perhaps they smell like urine because they've been sleeping in a basement and we are called to love them were called to do unto them as we were doing to Christ because Jesus said that if we love the least of these those that can't pay us back. Those that can't necessarily benefit us or increase our network. No, I net worth. We feel that we're that type of church. So we desire to do transportation housing, give them education and also heal the medical, mental and mental illness is that they're dealing with. We're talking to Pastor Lorenzo so well, if you want to learn more. Www Evangel Ministries Detroit that orc You see, you don't use the phrase homeless people or Enzo, you say home free people. Why That's a good question, Jack. The reason why we use the word home free because what we want to do is we want to add dignity to what people are facing. We want to be able to say to someone who is sleeping up under a bridge. Yeah, you're not homeless. We don't want your identity to be connected to what you don't have. We want your identity meeting to be connected to an opportunity that you may have. So we say home free, because when you say home free, it did notes that you've made it. It denotes that you finished. It gives you the impression that there is liberty and freedom and Jack the greatest privilege that any pastor our church could have is doing good to those that can't do good for themselves. Because Paul when he wrote to the Church of the later he said, these words do good until all men why you have opportunity, especially those in the household of faith. So we say home free because we want to let them know. Look. You're not homeless. Your identity is not based on what you have. Your identity is based on who you are. You are free in the Bible says When the sun sets free, they're free indeed. Can you share with us a few stories? Of your flock in Pontiac. Yes, we've just started. This is we've only been there for about a month. Now. This this new year and Jack. What we've seen is this and this is the part. I love the most that we're encountering. We're seeing people who are business owners worship God next, the people who literally are living Blunder the Phoenix center. We're seeing people who are black, White, Asian, Caucasian, African American worshiping altogether. We just started. So where? Ah, small flock, But we're mighty cause we serve a big God and I love the cross pollination and also the cross. Social economic conditions, and this is what we believe Jesus met when he said. I want the church to be a church for the nation's. What we learnt last year were George Floyd is this that God does not want a homogeneous church. He does not want to church was all black and all like he wants the church where every tribe every time in every nation can be able to worship at the feet of the King of Kings and Lord of Lords. And that's the greatest story about the church and Pontiac. That it represents every social economic group, every ethnicity, Latino, Asian Caucasian, all for God's glory. E quote you now domestic violence is the greatest addiction today. Really? Yeah, Jack we are seeing are young women become addicted? To being affirmed by violence last year in December were we did a play on human trafficking and we're finding out That a lot of our young women they're becoming addicted to human trafficking because they were never affirmed by their dads. They were never held by their fathers. So the first hand they feel on their body is the hand of the man punching them, and they become addicted to the wrong things because they were never held the right way. And that's referred to was modern day slavery. Um, why should I care about that? I'm doing well. I got my own issues my own family to raise. Lorenzo. Man. I respect you for what you're doing. But why should I care about that? It's a very good question. You know our late friend Mike Fizzy. He taught us very well. It's about what you could do Fathers and perhaps your listener, and you're feeling that same way you're feeling like you know what? I have my one issues. I have my own. Problems with my Children. I have my own battles in my business. Why do I care about With someone else's face, and this is why Too much is given much is required. When you're willing to reach out and care for someone else. You're sowing the seed into your own family. You've created a culture of compassion for your own Children. For your own business. So, yes, you may feel like you know what? I got my own thing I'm dealing with when you're willing to reach out and care for somebody else. It comes back to you 100 fold. In ways that you could never even think or imagine. What do you say to an abused woman tonight? I understand my mother was abused. My sister has lived in abuse. I understand what it means to be abused, and this is what I was saying to you. I would say that there was hope. I know how you feel. I know you feel trapped. I know you feel as if you're shackled in your own home. I know you feel as if nobody understands about wanna let you know that Jesus Christ. He cares, And you can open the door for you. I know you may feel guilty. And perhaps you may even feel like you need to protect the one that has you in bondage. I wanna let you know that Jesus sees you. He cares for you, and he loves you. And he hears your cries for mercy and he will open up the door for you. There is help. You if you're dealing with domestic violence. If there's a trafficker listening tonight. Laughing at this. What do you say to that trafficker? I know where you're at. I know how you feel like this is just a money making engine. I know how you feel tonight. Have also sold things I should have sold and we're in the same boat. I'm just like you. You're just like me, and I know a man that can set you free. His name is Jesus. He can break the shackles in the chains off you because we both know.

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"phoenix center" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"phoenix center" Discussed on AP News

"A big post on social media to get the college football season started. But the AP is Ralph Russo reports that's uncertain. The momentous seems to be heading toward not playing this season surrendering to the pandemic. The worldwide number of Corona virus cases has just reached 20 million, according to Johns Hopkins University. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News I'm Jackie Quinn. President Trump's Daily virus briefing was disrupted today when a secret service agent remove the president from the room shooting occurred on a City street near the White House. When the president returned, he was asked if that rattled him seem rattled. It's unfortunate that this is A world but the world's always been a dangerous place. The president went on to speak about the administration's efforts to help states dealing with the new Kuroda virus. Many lawmakers are criticizing the president's move to defer Social Security payroll taxes. Democrats say it's a sign that he would be willing to cut the safety net. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, President Trump's recent executive orders are so unserious in terms of meeting A large needs of America as to be pathetic. Some Florida schools reopen today. A Georgia high school had to close for disinfection after a number of virus cases. Another child has died in Louisiana from the cove it related inflammatory syndrome that's killed at least 10 Children across the country. The virus spread around the world has reached a new, grim milestone. 20 million cases globally, says Johns Hopkins University. The courts ordered the release of the Minneapolis police body Cam video that recorded the final moments of George Floyd's life. You're talking find bystanders implored officers to check Floyd's pulse after he became unresponsive. Floyd died after Officer Derek Shaban pressed his knee against Floyd's next for nearly eight minutes. Chauvinist charged with second degree murder. Three other officers who were on the scene are charged with aiding and abetting I Mike Rossia Electricity's out for tens of thousands in the Midwest after a fierce to ratio brought winds over 100 miles an hour. The prime minister of Lebanon stepping down after that deadly blast of explosive materials in Beirut. This is AP News Even though air travels down this year, the number of guns seized by airport security has gone up with air traffic nearing a five month high airport security is finding guns and passenger carry on bags at three times the rate recorded before the pandemic, and 80% of them are loaded. Sous public appeal to follow Gun rolls comes the same day that it reported screening of almost 832,000 people on Sunday. That's still down 69. Percent from a comparable Sunday a year ago. I'm surely Adler. US employers advertise more jobs in June compared with the previous month, but overall hiring fell. The number of jobs posted jumped 9.6% suggesting restaurants and bars and stores are bringing back workers at a healthy pace. Cooking show host Rachel Ray has suffered a major fire at her home in upstate New York. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News The Sun's air six. You know what Lake Buena Vista following it, convincing 1 28 101 thumping of the thunder. Devin Booker dropped in 35 points and Phoenix Center DeAndre eight and finished with 10 points in six rebounds and just over 17 minutes eight, was forced to sit out the first quarter after missing his Corona virus test on Sunday. He tested negative on Monday and helped the Sun's dominate after they carried it 37 23 deficit into the second quarter. Phoenix was 26 39 when the season was halted by the Corona virus pandemic. The Sun's now find themselves with it 1.5 games of the Western Conference playoff berth. I'm Dave Ferrie. Devin Booker dropped in 35 points and Phoenix Center DeAndre eight and finished with 10 points in six rebounds in just over 17 minutes eight, was forced to sit out the first quarter after missing his Corona virus test on Sunday. He tested negative on Monday and helped the Sun's dominate after they carried it 37 23 deficit into the second quarter. This.

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"phoenix center" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"phoenix center" Discussed on AP News

"The sun's or six. You know what, like Buena Vista following it, convincing 1 28 101 thumping of the thunder. Devin Booker dropped in 35 points and Phoenix Center DeAndre eight and finished with 10 points and six rebounds in just over 17 minutes eight, was forced to sit out the first quarter after missing his Corona virus test on Sunday. He tested negative on Monday and helped the Sun's dominate after they carried it 37 23 deficit into the second quarter. Phoenix was 26 39 when the season was halted by the Corona virus pandemic. The Sun's now find themselves with it 1.5 games of the Western Conference playoff berth. I'm Dave Ferrie. AP News I'm Jackie Quinn, 20 million cases around the world. That's the latest tally of coded 19 according to Johns Hopkins University there tally finds. About 2/3 of those 20 million infections were reported in the U. S. India and Brazil. The numbers likely hire because many people don't even show symptoms. The US has seen more than five million cases and 163 1000 deaths. President Trump says they'll consider a state situation before enforcing a requirement that states pick up 25% of the cost of an extended unemployment benefit. Theeighties Lisa Mascaro reports. Many states are catch strapped. They are losing tax revenue because people aren't shopping. They're not paying their Their sales taxes. People might be deferring some of their other regular taxes, because there are hard hit and of course, states or paying enormous outlays because of all the additional costs the Corona virus no everything from overtime for all the essential workers. President Trump's Corona virus briefing was disrupted when a secret service agent removed him from the briefing room. He was taken to a secure area after a shooting by the Secret Service near the White House. Chicago's mayor's expressing outrage over the looting early this morning following a police involved shooting of a suspect, Mayor Lori Lightfoot says this was not a protest. This was straight up felony criminal conduct. President Trump recently ordered more federal agents to Chicago. We do not need federal troops in Chicago. Further escalating tension is a video circulating on Facebook. Falsely claimed Chicago police and shot and killed a 15 year old boy. I'm Ed Donahue. A day ratio cause significant damage across central Iowa. That storm roared across several states. The Dow gained 358 points. The NASDAQ was lower today. This is AP News. Cooking star Rachel Ray maybe burned out of her home of Rachel Ray spokesman says the extent of the damage to raise home in a rural area of Lake Luzern New York is not clear. Local fire. Authorities say As many as 16 fire departments responded to the fire, which started at 5:30 p.m. On Sunday and lasted until about 3 a.m. Monday. Ray tweeted her thanks to first responders and says she's grateful for what she has not what she's lost. Ray and her husband have been filming her show. Stay home with Rachel, two days a week from their home since April. Margie Szaroleta President Trump says his acceptance speech for the Republican presidential nomination will be held either at the White House or the Gettysburg Battlefield. In Pennsylvania. Both sites are federal property, which does raise legal and ethical issues for their use for a political event. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News Devin Booker dropped in 35 points and Phoenix Center DeAndre eight and finished with 10 points and six rebounds in just over 17 minutes eight, was forced to sit out the first quarter after missing his Corona virus test on Sunday. He tested negative on Monday and helped the Sun's dominate after they carried it 37 23 deficit into the second quarter. I Mike Rossi, a reporting a judge orders the release of the police body camera footage of George Floyd's arrest. The four Minneapolis police officers on the scene of George Floyd's arrest on May 25th appeared unconcerned as the handcuffed Floyd guest for breath and complaint with his neck under Officer Derek Softens knee Talking police body camera footage was released to the public Monday on the order of a Hennepin County judge. The footage has already been viewed and reported by the Associated Press and other news organizations. Floyd, who was suspected of passing a counterfeit $20 bill at a convenience store, died after Chabon's knee was on his neck for nearly eight minutes. I might cross yah. Thank.

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"phoenix center" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"phoenix center" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"Not only that, but we're doing. Financial workshops were doing workforce development cooking classes social enterprise training so different things to meet their whole needs, so that's what we mean when we say holistic in wraparound basically means like when you're talking about a person. You're not just looking at their silo. Silo Mead, of maybe they're experiencing homelessness, but also know which that homelessness tend to be offset of something else it, so maybe you know something that comes out of someone experiencing homelessness is a mental health, challenge or beer to education, or bear your transportation or a beer to accessing resources in the community, so we look at all of those barriers. We look to meet those needs. And so. To Go back to your question when I was doing this train journey I had met someone in I was telling them about like the drop in center so California hat like twelve drop in centers in Detroit has zero. So was I okay. Detroit does have one drop in center for but San Francisco can fit inside of Detroit in terms of acreage we do. We have a lot of young people who are streak connected that need be services. Why don't we have the service model year? So as I began to do more research. I was talking with one of our. Mentors and he said well. Why are you calling the drop in center and I said well, that's what the other. Places called it. He was like you're a social entrepreneur. You're building something so you can call it whatever you want to call it in. So I coined the phrase asset base because dropping implies that they're going to come in. They're going to go, but asset based looks at the strength based perspective. It looks at not only what we're bringing into the table, but what they're bringing to us And so we coined the phrase that Resource Center that provides dropping services because we don't want it to be limited to people who think that they can, or they just want to drop the dropout. We want to create a community where people feel where where the those that we serve have family where they feel connected that they feel. They feel supported a value. Absolutely and clearly you. The results of your work has has caused you to be acknowledged noticed across this entire nations very very large platforms. One of the things I wanted to dive into I. Want to aks you an investigate a your Y on I'm curious to why you chose Homelessness youth homes. There was many reasons why I chose you almost says Oh. Prior to starting to Detroit Phoenix Center, I was working at a national advocacy. Organizations are worked there for three years as their use has force coordinator. It was a National Homelessness Advocacy Organization I worked with so I kind of new challenges that young people who were experiencing homelessness hat from policy stamped from standpoint from a high level standpoint in so I then working with other nonprofits I was always connected to the homelessness face but also my own lived. Experience also informs just some the work that I. do in addition to education, and also my work, experience but during this particular time in my life. That I decided to explore homelessness for the millennials train project. It was because my youngest brother was actually streaked connected. He didn't necessarily identify as being homeless where he was one of the young people that just like of his friends were literally just literally street connected in so as I was allowing him in his France into the home. That I was renting. It was like four of us living in a house and I'm blowing up. Air Matches is. Passing out food in my mates are complaining saying light. You know you're running something out of this house. My landlord into big me and I, literally felt powerless because I had to tell my youngest brother and his friends. The Bay could no longer come to this face that they felt say. And so I, ask myself where where do people like my youngest brother go? who also had his own lived experience similar to my own, but also very different his friends. Like where do they go? How did they get what they need? If they don't navigate their traditional shelter system, and so that's where my wills got a turning and saying like there has to be another service model that works because my youngest brother was eight years younger than me, but I experience homelessness at his age so here I am watching another cycle. That's being perpetuated. And so unfortunately very very very very tragically My youngest brother died by suicide. a maybe a few days before the Phoenix Center opened and that really. 10x The work that I do. I often say deep-seated paint can either cripple us or move us to show up in the world as a better version of ourselves. And! I decided that at our grand opening, because not only did my brother contribute to building out of the scenic center. His friends also showed up to the grand opening because they said this is all Blair was his name. He talked about this week, so we're still gonNA. Come eating. We're experiencing this great tragedy in on that day. I had to decide. How who I was going to be and I decided that I, no longer wanted to be a person that waited around until I had resources on the waited around it that I had permission that way did around, until I had one hundred percent of the plan in place to meet Anita my community I wanted to do it with everything that I had in which is the reason why in three years Detroit Phoenix Center has grown to be the organization that it is right now, because literally the deepest pain him out light. was turned for good and then that beauty for ashes based but as also the story of the Phoenix. So, it's definitely very visceral. The work is very spiritual for.

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"phoenix center" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"phoenix center" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"An expert to market it properly one point five instead whether another frosty night coming up the big warm up at the end of the week frost advisories most all Jersey except the northeast overnight and a freeze warning for the north west corner of the state overnight lows anywhere from thirty five to forty low thirties possible north and west frost is likely wins will go light opening the door for some very cold air sunshine and milder on Wednesday highs in the low sixties warmer Thursday highs in the low to mid sixties a chance for a few late day showers warm windy Friday with a few scattered showers and thunderstorms high well into the seventies to near eighty I'm meteorologist parts of it I we've got fifty four degrees in Bayonne fifty five degrees south Hampton fifty four degrees Bamberg fast traffic instant weather every fifteen minutes under Jersey one one point the Jersey won a one point five presents a corona virus Taylor hall focusing on the quest for a cure this Thursday at seven PM better treatments and an eventual vaccine all the keys to the garden state's return to our new normal we've got the jerseys top medical experts to explain the latest breakthroughs and answer your questions the New Jersey won a one point five channel a quest for a cure is this Thursday at seven PM listen on your radio smart speaker NJ one one five dot com for watching live on YouTube or Facebook the trouble is one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five have you ever lost your job have you ever been fired N. what is some of the ways that you've been fired one eight hundred two eight three one one point five this is so disgusting over used zoom to lay off three thousand seven hundred workers and the way they did it in the league video our weapon shallow who is the head of uber's Phoenix center of excellence in Scottsdale Arizona is seen.

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"phoenix center" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"phoenix center" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"A brain bleed he was just twenty five K. played forty four games in Abington while also playing in the KHL Emily Kaplan on game nights and incredibly sad story about reverberated across the hockey community effect Colby cave was a kit from the council on hard working he went undrafted but signed with the Bruins in twenty fifteen I get it now on the Oilers and all kinds of purposes that the beloved teammate but earlier in the week he suffered a brain bleed he was airlifted to a hospital in Toronto I would really heartbreaking about it it's his wife and then a lot of the family members were able to visit him in the hospital because of code nineteen Ralph I underwent emergency operation interim move a step that was causing pressure on his brain and he did pass away this morning south that's the story that you know it's affected so many people waiting correct he expressed his condolences Connor McDavid you need a hockey maybe their technical B. K. right now very very sad news NHL deputy commissioner bill Daly told ESPN that cities and venues across North America has reached out to lead the pitch themselves as potential hosts he noted the NHL hasn't even created a field yet determine which sites would possibly work among the reported locations for games to be played at an empty readers Grand Forks North Dakota Manchester New Hampshire in Saskatoon Saskatchewan meantime the NBA two K. turned it came down to two members of the Phoenix Suns after Devin Booker ousted clippers big man montrezl Harrell and Phoenix center deandre Ayton took care of LA's Patrick Beverley it was Booker's eight teammates in the finals and who got it done late wow down by two thousand and two the Silverlight you got a chance right now do you see so join overcome with intent a play mantra is four times no matter game the bureau there is a man what's her notes so you'll get a ring good game road.

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"phoenix center" Discussed on Crackdown

Crackdown

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"phoenix center" Discussed on Crackdown

"I had no nowhere to go. I had no choice really like I just wasn't comfortable. I didn't want to end up in a shelter. I don't know if it's just like me to say but like I. I don't think I could do that. Like I'd rather be dead than just street I. I don't think it's posh to say you don't WanNa be dope sick and cold and Wet all the same Tennessee options and so. She decided to do something that she'd been avoiding for years. Check herself into a residential recovery. Home tasks finally wanted to do it. That was pretty fucking cool. I'd have to say like. Wow finally something. Some policy wonks like to talk about low threshold programs. That means they're easier for us to get into even if we're still using or dope sick. This is the opposite. It takes Tana's months to navigate the recovery bureaucracy. I just to fill it along for. She writes down when she I smoked weed. How much how often just to do the same thing for benzes. Amphetamines Hallucinogens heroin. She waits a month for the FORM TO BE. Processed then task is placed on a wait list for one recovery home. They recommend she calls every single morning to see if a bed is opened up. And They Warner if she doesn't call frequently enough she can be booted to the back of the list. So Tana's makes the call every day sometimes dope sick and after two months. She's told she can get to a place called Phoenix Center. I remember driving there that morning. Just feeling like you know. It was new territory. Houses go going central surry. We didn't know what the place was even. GonNa look like thank God. It's actually really Nice Lady Right. And when you got to Phoenix take a by a little hug like have little cry. What was yeah all all of the above. There's an office where she had to check in her phone. And and then the GAL said he said well. Yanni to hang around here I was like. Oh Okay and I drove away and it was Dr Phil It fell. I was just anxious apprehensive. Like is she going to stay? She going to blow the door. I had no idea how it was going.

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"phoenix center" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"phoenix center" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Very very proud of senator make Sally she's been in Washington for not quite even eight months yet and she has already become a leading voice for us as Republicans on the national stage in in that United States Senate make Sally says she will just do our job and the campaign will take care of itself hi I'm endorsed by president trump we are unified as a Republican Party that from the ABC affiliate in Phoenix center make Sally was appointed to fill the seat left vacant with the death of senator John McCain she ran for a six year term last year but lost to democratic senator Kirsten cinema for Mister Smith goes to Washington to all the president's men and airforce one Hollywood loves to Washington politics and we love the movies including this scene with Michael Douglas portraying the fictional president Andrew shepherd in the nineteen ninety five movie the American president America is an easy America is advanced citizenship you've got to want it bad is this going to put up a fight is going to say you want free speech let's see you acknowledge a man whose words make your blood boil who's standing center stage advocating at the top of his lungs that which you would spend a lifetime opposing the top of yours you want to claim this land is a land of the free then the symbol of your country cannot just be a flag this symbol also has to be one of its citizens exercising his right to burn that flag in protest now show me that defend that celebrate that in your classrooms then you can stand up and sing about the land of the free I've known Bob rooms and for years and I've been operating on the assumption of the reason Bob devote so much time and energy to shouting at the rain was that he simply didn't get it well I was wrong Bob's problem isn't that he doesn't get it Bob's problem is that he can't sell it we have serious problems to solve and we need serious people to solve them and whatever your particular problem is I promise you Bob runs sin.

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"phoenix center" Discussed on Bolts from the Blue

Bolts from the Blue

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"phoenix center" Discussed on Bolts from the Blue

"With your host Garrett says the N.. Jamie oil charges go guys welcome to the podcast genius here with me. He is at lightning underscore round. Of course I am accurate Sistine today just be kind kind of a casual podcast. Jamie and I were at camp yesterday which was Thursday. It was the joint practice against the rams and we're just going to give you an update on what we saw from camp. We're just GONNA get straight into it and I think the big story land from Camp and something that you and I were watching a lot because during that joint practice they had the chargers chargers defense and the rams offense on the far field which we didn't get to see but right in front of us we got to see the rams defense I the chargers offense and something that we were kind of keep an eye on was the chargers offensive line yeah so kind of leading up to that practice. It's my understanding that the team has been basically sticking with Fini as the starting left guard unless he was giving living Mike Pouncey a break at center which means that lamp had basically been relegated forest lamp at basically been relegated to second team duties and the occasional first team snap when they were shifting Phoenix Center but the first thing we noticed was I believe the team had I think it was eight eleven on eleven sessions yesterday if I'm not mistaken and five of them featured forced lamp at left guard not right guard <hes> with Mike Pouncey in Atlanta at center so he start he <music> over five of the eight sessions with the first team offensive line.

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"phoenix center" Discussed on What's Good Games

What's Good Games

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"phoenix center" Discussed on What's Good Games

"I was wearing our special holiday earlier. Today. I was kind of weird on the show tonight. And then right before we were about to come out to start the pre show. I got this. I opened this bottle of champagne that John brought home from work because this time of year a lot of people some things to people's offices and a lot of times those gifts are wine. My husband doesn't drink which I've mentioned on the show before. And so whenever he gets a gift of wine. He, of course, gives it to me like amazing husband that he is. And so I go to. Oh. All the businesses already. Andrea. So I'm opening this bottle of champagne, which if you guys know me, and you do I opened bottles of champagne like it's my job. Okay. I do this all the time. I'm very good at it. I have never had a bottle campaign. It costs blowed like this bottle exploded like literally ever in my career in my life, should send it to John. Yeah. But. It was a plant. It was laying down in the refrigerator for a solid week before I opened its went plenty of time to rest it would. Here's just laying in wait. Wait. Yes. Was silently waiting and I turn around and say, oh, that's a good. You know when you hear that pop sound. It's like, oh, that's fun times are abound. I look all see is this white foam every word. I mean, San Marino Andrews. Yeah. Over the kitchen cupboards the table the floor wicked everywhere the catcher, no hammered Andrea's house. Ghosted maverick covered. I've never seen this girl moves so fast in my life as okay, here's what happened as soon as as soon as you realize that this was not going to stop. This was a volcano though is not gonna to maybe just like a little bit sometimes like a beer or something just foams a little bit. Oh, no. This was like full or like, I will holding a fire hydrant hose of champagne. It's coming out of the bottle, so fat. I was coming out. So fast. Replace asian. This party was not going to stop. She won leap made it to her sink. And then she ruined her jeans. And she was sad her shirt. And then John was like I'll clean it up. It's fine. And she couldn't stop cleaning. And it was really funny. I appreciate you taking for the team. That was the memory will never forget my husband. He is. So sweet. But there's just he always just misses spot. And so that's why immediately started cleaning because another champagne all over. And like normally I would be all about that life. But it means it's going to be real sticky at my house. Oh, yeah. It's been raining here in San Francisco. They're already trying to my house get times. Anyway, I digress. Also, it looks like YouTube dot com slash who games. Timer has thumbprint in the corner of her window. Did you see that on the left side of her screen, really creepy? Little blurry spot. Oh. Oh. It's not a big issue shadow from your lamp on your back table. It's could because I don't have my glasses on. But it looks like you don't want someone takes picture in their thumbprints block yet of the lens. So it's definitely a shadow of your of your lamp that's behind you. It's free. It makes me feel like there's someone there like filming Steiner better not be somewhat here. I likely alone leave real own everyone. Go talking about this in the pre show something with the camera quality. You look like a beautiful gothic angel like an angel of beauty in darkness. And. Yeah. 'cause you're the Cameron your light. Right. Yeah. The camera in your brio died last week. But the light inside you has awakened like actually said. Yes. The ashes like a Phoenix center. We can get exactly. I don't even know how to follow that. Like, how do you follow Steiner being a Phoenix? You don't I guess you do eventually we have lots of news to get to before.

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"phoenix center" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"phoenix center" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Here's our top story. You might have noticed signs on valley freeway this morning protesting violence by the Phoenix police department. Very Hernandez with Poder in action says her group put up the signs. She tells KTAR Bruce St James and Pamela Hughes. They're concerned about the forty officer involved shootings in Phoenix. So far this year as a community, we refuse to become numb to this, and we refuse to let this be our normal. And so we saw that we had to start putting out this message a six month study looking at what has led to the growing number of police shootings is underway. But Hernandez says that's not enough things. Go get a little bit noisy in the west valley in the next hour or so the Palo Verde nuclear generating station will be testing it's outdoor warning sirens within a ten mile radius of the power plant. The America county sheriff's office says it will happen today at twelve and twelve thirty pm CNN is suing President Trump for banning reporter Jim Acosta from the White House. First amendment lawyer Dan Barr says the president can't choose which reporters cover him. But he. He can't choose who he talks to bar ads that President Trump is not required to talk to reporters at all. You can certainly choose which ones he talks to and which ones he doesn't. But he can't ban them from covering him. Simply because he doesn't like the way that he covers the news Bartels route say James and Pamela Hughes that this happened in Phoenix center state capital three times in the past with the former governor and to how speakers Defense Secretary James Mattis has heading toward the US Mexico border today several thousand active-duty troops have been deployed to the dividing line between the United States in Mexico, and they'll be there right through thanksgiving. Defense Secretary James Mattis will shake hands with military personnel in the Texas Rio Grande valley and thank them for backing up customs and border protection as several thousand migrants approach from the south. That's ABC's. Jim ryan. Time for a check on traffic. Here's Dani Sullivan live from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center.

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"phoenix center" Discussed on Fit Fierce and Fabulous Podcast

Fit Fierce and Fabulous Podcast

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"phoenix center" Discussed on Fit Fierce and Fabulous Podcast

"I haven't heard of that one. Oh, Courtney please earner that one. Oh, I like to send you a copy. Oh my God. I need to read this book. If you guys are recommending it. I have to read it. Yeah. We'll raise this is a different kind of business book. It's the new revolution. For female. Entrepreneurs is the tagline is the. But leapfrog is the name of the book spun Natalie Molina Nie-nieto, and I will I will coordinate with Kristen and you'll have a copy short. Thank you so much that is so sweet. Thank you recommend that your readers. Yes, please. I love I love books because I feel like in a book, you can learn so much you can highlight. You can go back. I keep so many books on my bookshelf. So that when I start feeling angry or feel like is getting in the way or feel frustrated I just opened up book, and I read some chapters and just get reinspired. So I love books. I'm a big player. Yes. And they're it's it's easy to you. We're frequently ask for tips in vice. And so on. There are so many ways to accomplish your goals, and that is not easy in. Sometimes you don't even know what the goal is. You just thrown in with an idea that's has a life of its own moving forward. You don't know where the end goal is. We'd never as you started. When you began to talk with us. We had no idea would be here. Forty one years later most most companies don't make it past five years. Oh, no. So it is a very very encouraging to read about with other people have done, and you hear many many, many ideas that are filtered through a person the author of this book leapfrog who actually started onto entrepreneurship leadership center, a the entrepreneurship center at Barnard at the Phoenix center. Barnard? So she does a zillion people who have reached their goals in starting a company, and she's distilled it, and it's it's just wonderful reading in very inspiring. Thank you so much for that. I'm so excited to read this book. I can tell you guys really love this. It's something that all of you guys are listening should definitely pick up. And I also think that this is just something I've noticed through the interview you guys have really strong core values that have stuck through the forty one years. I think I mean, correct me if I'm wrong, but I think that has helped your success as well as vice have defined these core values in stuck to them. You are staying really? Yeah. To philanthropy, everything that is absolutely correct. And it has been a, you know, the success of our business is to be on the same page all these years. And not give in. Oh, I'm sure as things have evolved in the fashion world. I can't imagine people were probably like why are you still in the USA, you know, all those types of questions? So I think it's so cool. You guys have defined these values in your like, we're sticking to them like. Yup. And but there's no question to have a successful business. You absolutely have to be profitable. Oh, of course in order to be filled with robbing you have to be profitable to have money to give away. Which is a gallon. I haven't duct that philanthropy, gene, personally. And we certainly would doing what we could you know, on early on before we could do it in the name of Hanky panky. We we still do our work on side. But it's very very important to run a strong smart profitable business. And as you're hearing from us, of course, it can be done in the United States. It's nonsense to imagine that you absolutely have to leave one yours..

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"phoenix center" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"phoenix center" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

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"phoenix center" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"phoenix center" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"You're dead the boy's mother faces the charges in juvenile court and her name is not being released state lawmakers have advanced the bill aimed at banning the purchase of gun parks to make untraceable weapons so called ghost guns or unregistered usually built with kits it's already against the law to make your own guns in new jersey but the bill is meant to stop people from acquiring the parts in the first place four hundred fifty jersey high school girls recently took part in a national online cybersecurity competition mike garrity the head of cybersecurity for the state office of homeland security says more than six thousand girls from across the country were part of the girls go cyber star challenge end girls in new jersey did fantastic in fact the team from bergen county academies came in third place nationally months students said girls are well suited to work in cybersecurity because they love to work together and they're smarter than boys what's so great about the garden state each week at this time we were profiling some of the individuals and groups make the garden state such a great place to live april is autism awareness month one jersey group has tips to encourage the inclusion of kids with the disorder inside and outside of school kids with autism to be included and they want friendship just like what julie our of the phoenix center in nutley refers to as narrow typical children autism hinges on a sense of sameness she says young children especially thrive on things being predictable even if their behaviors often aren't it truly is a spectrum so well one child may have issues with i contact with loud noises another child may not at all there continues to be a wealth of information being made available to kids and parents alike about autism even things they can learn together now sites but she calls the outstanding example of julia a puppet character with autism introduced to audiences of the long running sesame street last year patrick lavery.

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"phoenix center" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"phoenix center" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"And financial management says a lot of new jersey's wait till the last minute happens it creates for a lot of late nights and if you still haven't filed the busier offices may tell you to just file an extension baby food maker gerber products companies moving its corporate headquarters northern virginia where it will join its corporate cousin nestle usa the company announced it will move from floral park to rosslyn virginia gerber said nearly all of its new jersey employees will be offered the chance to relocate if they wish former first lady barbara bush will not see any more medical treatment after a series of hospitalizations for heart and lung problems the ninety two year old wife of george h w bush and the mother of george w bush will be home to focus on comfort care and we'll be with her family a spokesman said the decision was made after consulting with her family and doctors what's so great about the garden state each week at this time we profile some of the individuals and groups that make the garden state such a great place to live this is autism awareness month but if you're a parent of what's called a neuro typical child what should you do about this disorder education is key says julie mauer executive rector of the phoenix center in nutley and so is inclusion someone who has autism may not be comfortable looking playmate in the eye or playing with them that's called parallel play playing next to someone else but it doesn't mean they're disengaged kids want what other kids one they really just want friends they want to develop friendships and be included and a child with autism might talk incessantly about one particular topic mauer offered the example of dinosaurs and says a classmate who wants to be friend and understand that child should be patient but inject some of his or her own knowledge about that subject to move the conversation forward patrick lavery new jersey while one point five news and if you had more.

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"phoenix center" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

WBAL 1090AM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"phoenix center" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"The media director for recall campus reform spent a lot of time talking to college students about this and it was very interesting because he said you know we confront college students and we take political labels aww something we say let's say that we present the president's tax plan but we presented add as bernie sanders plan for students favorite a markedly but when you know whether they see it as the president's plan and they're going to be against it so there is that issue of of how labels can affect a what people want what what people agree with what do you have coming up on the show today andrew so yeah so as i was saying so we were supposed to have a of a high level guest from the from the white house and fortunately of the president's speech going wong has made that not happy i'm going to try to get this person next week we are having as said kelly mac in any former a cnn commentator now spokeswoman for the rnc she's talking we've got a commissioner from of the fcc of course we have this rule coming down yesterday about net neutrality are one of the groups that was central to that the phoenix center they're going to be joining us and then a handful of other folks going to be stopping by get never know who were going to get but it you know it's sepak is energetic it's vibrance are we hope to translate that energy to our our our listeners today he i hear the crowd now and last thing the news that has broken this afternoon also that rick gates the ex trump campaign aide expect to plead guilty in the rubber more probing investigation your thoughts on that well you know here's the thing i am i've i've i've i don't know if you know the spread but i i've known were gates for for a number of years and so it's it's personally devastating to me uh that that that that.

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"phoenix center" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:47 min | 4 years ago

"phoenix center" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To the mix elevated like giving of use and opinions now is the time to say the sun day news on the issue good jobs we've begun lbd is now a dates now up fronted now up front with chris around wbz newsradio 1030 the posting of brought i'm your host chris that are we're talking about net neutrality this hour and joined in studio by yasser franklin hajj chief information officer for the city of boston and on the phone by debre collier she's the director of technology and telecommunications policy for citizens against governor waste debra haddock adjusts where you go to break so if you want to respond to that idea of of equal internet access feel for it sure on one one of the point that i really like to make you said you know the regulations under title cube require a lot of reporting there are twenty two and might even be more than that now there's been over seven million comments made the fcc but when tenant high originally we announced that he was going to be doing that twenty two internet service provider small rural service providers contacted him and told him that because of the regulatory burden the owner is reporting requirement and other restrictions on tidal here that titled kill imposed on their companies they were unable to increase access to their customers and you know that data shame when regulation hit the little guy that hard and you know i really don't think that doubt with really well find out in 2015 order because frankly they did not kill an economic analysis or a costbenefit analysis you see what the impact hacked would be on the economy of these regulations would they actually promote internet access or would it decrease investment in internet access and there's been studies that have been put out recently on the phoenix center put out a study he where dr george board an economist indicated that hadn't title to not been imposed or even the credit titled q not been imposed there would have been a hundred and fifty two two hundred billion dollars more in investment in internet infrastructure i wanna get to a a couple of phone calls here before we get to the end of the hour uh let's go to sam in framing him welcome the show samuel wbz i thank you very much for.

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