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Women begin national strike in Poland after near-total abortion ban

Monocle 24: The Briefing

06:02 min | 4 months ago

Women begin national strike in Poland after near-total abortion ban

"Demonstrations are continuing across Poland following a court ruling introduced aeneas O'Toole ban on abortion many. Pause a national strike yesterday in protest at the draconian measure. Let's get the very latest from ponant. Now, with join up Lucia scupper political journalist for Roy Service in the capital Warsaw welcome to the program. So we've heard reports of many companies, for example, allowing their female employees to take the day off yesterday in order to protest how widespread is the opposition against the abortion ban. I, think it's hard to tell exactly how many people ask are opposed to the abortion banned because it is worth noting met a lot of people are staying home because a pandemic because of coronavirus bet nevertheless at their estimates that over four hundred, thousand people out on the street yesterday that their reports that police services are overwhelmed in Poland that there because there are so many people out on the street. What I've seen so far on the ground is that it's mostly younger people coming out So if there was no pandemic who knows how many more people would be out on

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Collaborating to Cure Dementia

Sounds of Science

08:35 min | 10 months ago

Collaborating to Cure Dementia

"Many of us will have to deal with dementia at some point in our lives whether as a patient or caregiver this terrible range of conditions affects five to eight percent of the sixty and older population at any given time. According to the World Health Organization the Dementia Consortium of Private Charity Partnership that Charles River joined last year is one of the organizations leading promising research on dementia treatments in order to discuss this condition and the research to treat it. I am joined by Sarah Almond Associate Director of integrated biology. Welcome Sarah Hi. Can you explain the purpose and organization of the DEMENTIA CONSORTIUM DEMENTIA Is SETUP BOY A? K. or outside research she k. Is a charity that focuses on. Alzheimer's disease it brings together. Active research is Pharma partners. Sarah's including Chelsea River in order to bring forward novel treatments dementia including outlines disease outside reset she. Kabc this research is invited to come forward with ideas for novel targets in Europe. Degeneration Your Inflammation Way. Them work with them to put together. What packages the funded by the partners? Anti Kate to prosecute he's talk and hopefully lead to novel treatments for Dementia. What do you think of the way? They've set up their organization. I think this is a great way to stop the organization because it brings together such a broad range of experience From academic researchers may have spent years really understanding the biology of targets to pharmaceutical companies. That know how to bring targets three two treatments actually effective in the clinic and also is a CRI where we have a broad range of so biology and chemistry capability so we cannot provide the word packages also have extremely experienced. Research is catchy. Help develop the molecules to treat these young coupled with the charitable input of the Vale Uk. He Project managed but also do so much to bring forward research in this area. Yeah absolutely cut covering all the bases. So what is Charles Rivers role in this group? You mentioned a little bit and you go into a little more detail. Charleston is WANNA to Communist with capabilities and drug discovery expertise. We provide strategic input into plans to de risk these targets and how to generate tool molecule suitable testing the hypothesis. We went with Alzheimer's Research K. And the principal investigator to proposals together. That income dreams that executed by then the appeal and US working closely together. They may do the basics. Hogging island allergy and we bring medicinal chemistry or HD CAPABILITIES. That actually will enable us to find a joke against that tailgate. We meet with the foul partners to finalize plans. And then once funded. We actually execute the work. Okay awesome I understand that a couple of research projects from the consortium have already been green lit Can you explain those proposals? She'll you're correct to Russia in progress of the two targets. One is fine as the Scott appears to link to Tau Accumulation ear inflammation. We aren't sure whether we need to be selective over a closely related kind as the. Pi is looking at whether ACHSAF. You've reduced this target. That doesn't indeed impact Taufel are. They should be China in Vivo. Mostly of onto molecule and vacation and which is a specific type of dementia or Alzheimer's. Or is that just a general Assignments towel face but particularly Alzheimer's disease at the eventual Gulf one is to the impact of the tour the killer produce on time phosphorylation. In an in Vivo model than the second project is two gene mutation I l s from tempo dementia the courses of pathogenic Rene to be produced. And we're aiming to block the expo this RNA. By targeting his with the protein takes out the Chris into the cell. When this new mix and Rene is exploited toxic repeat protein produced which then up today so responses and Kohl's neurodegenerative disease so the talk if allegations. This is actually already fairly strong. So we'll focus on producing told molecule capable of testing the hypothesis drug ability in Viva. And this is quite interesting that uses Zebra Fish Assay which is as a Pi Out Annika's scrap. The compounds can reduce the interaction between the protein. And the mutant. Aren a over So vice projects Charles River going to rub in Asia screen and then performed medicinal chemistry. Touchy try and get the molecules to kind of test with the viable targets. So how exactly is the consortium supporting this work on on these two proposals? So the consortium consists of Pharma Partners K. And they weren't. She formed kind of equal partners within that and they provide funding the project so they've also provided their expertise in kind of defining the key risks that we need to address in our plans and also technically hurt entice for example as I was research to see progress against small Stein's out payroll Consult here as a whole. I understand our work on dementia has increased substantially over the last year or. So is this because of a higher demand for treatment or is it more promising research avenues. Or is it both. I think by This been advances in understanding of neurons. Lemay tion in particular so this is triggered research projects. But also there's a shift away from the amyloid focused approaches for outside disease due to a lack of clinical success but equally dementia is still highly prevalent in and loss of US. Know people that'd be personally affected by this August. Just it's very hard Eric Tree but not one which people are going to give them. What is the importance of collaboration for researching these neurological diseases? They understand that. Probably the REAL STRENGTH OF THE CONSORTIUM. I think just touches found that there are Kiama nays area The SIS for those lost focus hasn't been successful in the clinic so it's clear that novel therapeutic approaches and needed and this takes time so rarely. We need different people to work together. Different functions work together so farmer actually reduce what they do in house and choose to those complex in return. Viva studies take years to fully establish in Zeros and so when academic academia follow charities and see arose all have complementary skill sets the they they research can be three to benefit the patient in the minimum time possible. Is it also a matter of the fact that CNN diseases are so complicated? And there's so many different factors going into the Mike. No one can be an expert in enough of the different areas of research to really do absolves ex exactly not. Yeah you know. And and so just by the nature of scientific institution you may get more time to focus on specific disease mechanisms. That PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANY. Just doesn't have the kind of time to dedicate starved to really building that level understanding but they may have a much broader range of complex models. That can actually help advance. This yet come has been unfortunately so we can you tell me about the psychiatry consortium which I guess is kind of an offshoot of the dementia consortium. Yeah it's it's basically has the same structures dimensions. Timonen is formed in consultation with a K. Who a kind of had a stake in his on. Psychiatry example schizophrenia or autism and this is obscene medicines discovery cats who are not for profit and are there the cats ponant which was set innovate UK to support innovation and use by UK business? So the psychiatry console is one of the indicates which is accelerating drug discovery and psychiatric

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"ponant" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"ponant" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Your Ponant. Oh, let me call the FBI. Give me a break. Lifeless director says that's what should happen. The FBI director is role, receiving such information from a foreign entity without informing the FBI risks running afoul of laws intended to prevent foreign influence in the US election process, armed officers and an angry crowd faced off last night. After reports that at least one man was fatally shot by thirties, and working class Memphis neighborhood Memphis police say people in the crowd threw rocks and several officers suffered minor in. Injuries by eleven pm officers had used tear-gas in most of the crowd dispersed, thirty scale few details after the incident Dallas police have arrested at thirty three year old man in the slayings of three women, including a transgender woman KENDALL Lyles has been charged with three counts of murder. Japan's trade ministry says two oil tankers are poorly attacked near the strait of Hormuz carried Japan related cargo that as Japanese Prime minister Shinzo Ave was wrapping up a two day trip to Iran, with a mission to ease tensions between Tehran and Washington. No one has claimed responsibility or explain how the tankers were attacked, but the US previously blamed, Iran for an attack last month. On four oil tankers run in state television reported that forty four sailors from the two tankers have been transferred to an Iranian port Roswell New Mexico is best known for its supposed UFO crash in nineteen forty seven. Now the city wants to make sure it's interests are protected when it comes to its alien inspired logo. Roswell says it's bright green. Our logo featuring the silhouette of a flying saucer has received trademark certification the town halls in annual extraterrestrial festival that draws thousands. Good. Good stuff. Thanks,.

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"ponant" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"ponant" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"From Indiana. Protested, whatever that means on the streets downtown Dayton, Ohio, that the national media covered because it allows them to paint conservatives and Trump supporters as racist bigots in league with Neo Nazis never mind that the white supremacist have no real connection, the American right of the Republican party, and retain Leah pro oppose conservative audiology like the San Diego and the New England shooters opposed the president, so to speak Trump in their manifestos when you can't win on the merits the game becomes destroying your Ponant, and that's the entire raising the media so obsessed an amplify so much the Ku Klux Klan or the Democrats, by the way storage, like because they can use out of the club against the president. But on this Memorial Day weekend. Also, we have the great one. Mark Levin coming up one other paragraph. I want to share with you from. General Douglas MacArthur's nineteen sixty two their speech and MacArthur died in nineteen sixty four at the age of eighty four MacArthur was born eighteen eighty and died in nineteen sixty four at the age of eighty four think the things he saw his life change from eighteen eighty until nineteen sixty four. So in this speech, common dot Westmoreland, who would later on to become general Westmoreland in Vietnam. As general MacArthur to come by the West Point and share what the boy, some of your thoughts about the role of the American soldier in the world. And he said, okay, general outcome by I'll say few words, of course MacArthur, this point was frail ill-health. I've seen the video, he's, he's look somewhat week, which is not the way was during most of his life. He's the only son of a father who both received the medal of honor. So you have a military family, perhaps unparalleled in American history. And this nineteen sixty two speech speaking to West Point, he said, among other things, and through all this welter of change and development, you're about to face a brand new world, the thrust in outer space spheres missiles, Mark, the beginning of nother epoch and the long story of mankind that chapter of the space age. Jr. And the five or so billions of years, the scientist, tell us at has taken a form the earth and the three or four billion years development of human race. There's never been a greater more abrupt or staggering evolution, we deal now with things though world alone, but with the with the distances and yet in fathom mysteries of the universe or reaching out for a new and boundless frontier, we speak in terms strange terms of harnessing, the cosmic energy of making wind and tides worked.

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Trump, Margot Sanger And President discussed on PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour

05:01 min | 1 year ago

Trump, Margot Sanger And President discussed on PBS NewsHour

"For many years, both political parties have agreed to exempt some health care workers from providing care and performing certain procedures. They object to on religious or moral grounds that can include abortions and sterilizations, but his own vase tells us, President Trump has gone further than his predecessors by issuing a complex and more comprehensive rule allowing for these exemptions Judy the president announced the new rule tied to the national day of prayer. Conservative groups welcomed what they call conscience protections, but women's groups LGBTQ advocates and others are warning the rule could reduce services and lead to discrimination against transgender patients and others if providers refuse to deliver certain care or treat people under the new rule hospitals clinics and other institutions must comply with twenty five laws that are part of this in order to receive funding from federal programs such as Medicare and Medicaid. Margot Sanger cats writes about healthcare for the. New York Times, and she joins me here. Welcome to the news hour. So you've described this to my colleagues as an expansion of existing rules both the category of workers. But also the ways in which they can object. Explain that to me. Yes, there have always been rules that have protected health care practitioners from having to participate in certain kinds of services that they might have religious or conscience objections to and I think the classic example is a healthcare provider who objects to performing an abortion say, but with this rule does it really widens the category of person who could have this kind of junction to include even say the schedule or a medical office who might not want to schedule a patient for a certain procedure. I'm all the way up through the board of directors of a hospital, then might say this hospital will not perform certain services will not offer them to our patients. So the kind of groups of people who can object to things on conscious basis have grown, and the other thing that this rule does is that it provides more enforcement kind of processes and more punishment. So if a hospital fails to protect the rights. Of its religious worker than it could be punished pretty substantially potentially losing a lot of it's federal funding. So obviously critics of the rule of Ponant to it say that this just means a lot of ways that people can actually discriminate against certain categories of communities where some of these examples that they cited as places where people can come in contact with the healthcare system and be denied services. They should get. So I think there are a lot of concerns. We don't exactly how this is going to play out on the ground. But the worry is that certain kind of patients navy tonight care because they're the healthcare workers who are treating them have religious convictions that inter that disagree with certain aspects of their lifestyle. So there's a concern, for example, that perhaps a doctor would not wanna treat the child of a gay couple because they have a religious objection to gay marriage, for example, or there are a lot of concerns that transgender patients may have difficulties accessing services the rule itself. Make reference to some very old laws from the nineteen seventies that protect workers who don't wanna participate in sterilization, it seems to suggest. That certain services that transgender patients receive might be treated as sterilization, which transgender rights advocates say is really a stretch of what that law was originally intended to do you mentioned the enforcement that what if there's a conflict what if protecting someone's religious freedom. They don't want to perform a service means that then they're discriminating against another group. How do you resolve that conflict? I think it's a really interesting question that's raised by this rule because these are both civil rights questions. Right. There are civil rights that are supposed to protect patients and prevent them from being the subject of discrimination because of their status because of their sex or their other aspects of their person. But then there's also this concern about the civil rights of these health care workers who shouldn't be forced to do things that interfere with their religious convictions. And I think the Trump administration through this action through series of other actions has really signaled that they're much more worried about the civil rights of the religious person in a healthcare setting than they are about the civil rights of the patient being denied care. The details of how this would work out at any individual. Case I think we are going to have to see, and you could imagine for example, a situation in which both parties might have a legal case to bring forward about the way that their healthcare institution results. This speaking of legal cases, we should note that San Francisco immediately sued the Trump administration the rule is scheduled to go into effect sixty days after it's published in the Federal Register less than a minute left. When we expect to happen next is just get caught up in a legal battle and never actually implemented. I think it's very possible that it will. There are a number of healthcare institutions and also states municipalities like San Francisco that are worried about this rule potentially interfering with some of their practices, and it could be stopped before it even goes into effect. We've seen that with other related Trump administration actions, including one having to do with family planning grants were they were trying to prevent certain healthcare providers that provide abortion from getting these family planning grant. So this is all part of the regulatory agenda that may well get caught up in the courts before we really see it happening on the ground one to follow for sure. Margaret Sanger cats of New York. Times thanks for being here. Thank you for

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Everything you need to know about Spain's general election on Sunday April 28

Bloomberg Daybreak Weekend

04:50 min | 2 years ago

Everything you need to know about Spain's general election on Sunday April 28

"Europe where Spain is holding another election for more on the country's political landscape. Let's bring in Bloomberg daybreak Europe anchor. Neighbor, take Bob Spanish voters will go to the pose this weekend for the country's third general election in four years. Spain's economy has been a source of Chia, even as Germany, France and Italy have flounded, but the risk is an economic slowdown could happen van expected. Prime minister Pedro Sanchez is seen as a front runner. But the fragmented political landscape means a hung parliament is also a probability for more on the general election Madrid bureau chief Charles Pentti joins me to discuss great. Have you with us Charles? Thank you so much joining. So I mentioned that prime minister petro Sanchez is seen as the front runner going into the elections. Tell us more about that. Prime minister Spain he became prime minister when he he threw a whole you may remember competence Spain's surprise, prime minister. He was forced to call elections this weekend because he was. But coming out of that to weakness, he's actually very effective campaign. We see him as a clear front runner going into these elections. He will seems. Beat the biggest in in in parliament's. But but the question really is is whether he will enough to be able to form a ruling majority, and the you know, the way to do that is through building coalition. Spain has now become used to mechanism of governing coalition in the old days. We saw two very strong politics such as policy on the PB divide. But because of the effects of the crisis a decade ago. You know, the Kaplan cry fifteen what we've seen is m scape. And what we expect to see would be some results going to Hong Peng, Ponant and know, which Sanchez as the leading candidate will be reaching out to try and form coalition in Spain. What would be the implications of that of a hung parliament policy? Then. Coalition shape. If as seems likely Sanchez emerges as the biggest party. Has the short trying to form a coalition? These natural would be to reach out to the anti-establishment Pontypool on to his left politically. So that combination would have a certain consequences policy by Amos would seek to have a policy, and and that would influence Sanchez's thinking. To government. Another possible coalition with the centrist parties. So. Has ruled out that possibility. Seen as the more likely partner in postponed, right wing coalition. But that is another option. That's another pulse that could unfold based on what happens this weekend, right and talk to us about what that could mean for the economy. I mean Spain's unemployment rate some say gives campaign Fota to Sanchez's opponents. He's been doing well, we're in the sixth year of expansion engine duty Spain still coming out of his brutal financial crisis two thousand ten thousand two thousand twelve is recovering strongly. And and you know. This this year expects growth of two point two percent. It's a solid expansion. And we we see the economy going forward with plenty of momentum. People will be watching the impact the election result. Only Coney how policy may shape the economy going forward. But we don't detect them too much nervousness in the markets. For example, you know, setting Sanchez up. So now has no he's he's his socialist governments as so she's minority. Government has has has not been a coast is not a concern for for example. What should we watch full as the results come in anything that might move markets? The big surprise would be a a win for the right result. Which might lead people to think that a right wing coalition power in Spain by which I mean. This emerging national politics. You know, the main thing that unites. On independence. But I suppose have very committed to for example, cutting taxes. The market might might might applaud that that could be a result. Which would be a significant surprise full. Bureau. Chief Charles panty. Thank you so much for

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Who is Gerald Butts? And what happens now?

The Big Story

09:05 min | 2 years ago

Who is Gerald Butts? And what happens now?

"His resignation, the typical political scandal narrative swirled around Gerald butts, a political stunt up from Ottawa one of the prime minister's most trusted advisers, a longtime friend Gerald butts has resigned amid allegations the prime minister's office interfered to help Quebec engineering giant SNC loveline avoid a criminal prosecution statement butts flato denied any wrongdoing saying the allegations have become a distraction from the prime minister and the government's work. So he stepping aside except Jerry butts, isn't your typical political staffer resignation not at all as much as this move will dominate headlines all week. And of course, it indicates that the SNC level and scandal is probably going to get a lot worse before it gets better. The most interesting story from this is about a break-up. You see Justin Trudeau has never won anything without Jerry butts. And now he's got an election in eight months and butts walked away from his partner and his friend at the time. He was needed more than ever. So why? Who is the man that every insider on the hill has used as an unnamed source at one point or another how much Justin Trudeau's policy came from him. What will the prime minister of Canada do now without his right hand, man. I'm Jordan heath Rawlings. And this is the big story Holwell's is a senior writer at Maclean's. He knows more about the personal relationships at play in politics than anybody on parliament health. Paul who is jailed butts. He was until. Minister's principal secretary, which is which is a job title looking to have many meanings over time. He was the prime minister's right hand Ranya was his right hand since long before he was the prime minister he co managed the campaign in twenty fifteen. He went to McGill University Justin Trudeau in the nineties and they've been nearly inseparable ever since. I mean, I I was hearing rumors guesswork from people who the both of them better than I nearly twenty years ago. Just try to prime minister Sherry butts wants to make up and he did it and then he walked away. Yeah. He there is around town that Jerry butts doesn't have hurt in the job as much lately as he had those rumors are from before Christmas from last autumn. And so to some extent as amazing is not a huge surprise. This is not somebody who was in the middle of new adventures and was looking forward to the next grade accomplishment. There was there was a sense. That but says been a little listless and not not as deeply engaged with files as as yet been for. That's kind of interesting because the first thing that everybody went to is the timing and the relationship to the scandal you're saying that that this might have been brewing for some time. Well, it's pretty clear that the scandal has something to do with it. But it's easier to get someone to give up on a job, if they are have already in toying with the idea, you know, and and a lot of quite reasonably a lot of speculation a lot of the reaction to the announcement of his resignation was people say, well, look if he's done nothing wrong. Then why is he quit if you know if there's no fire than wildest smoke. And I think it's possible that possible we'll find out, but that the resignation was kind of an expression of to hell with this. I don't need. I you know, I made my best friend minister he's been prime minister for three years. I was in all the meetings. I was at dinner with Barack Obama off I go, you know, there's still there's still way more unanswered than. Answered questions around the sessions, he level and business. So I'm hesitant to speculate with great certainty, but that's a that's a looking supposition. What was to the best of your knowledge people around the hill. Anyway, what was their working relationship lake? How how close were they I I mean, I know they were really good friends. But but how did it work between them important decisions were made by the prime minister is chief of staff, Katie Telford and its principal secretary Gerald butts all three of them together in meetings that they would have a few times a day. And you know, sometimes the the circle would be extended is probably ten or a dozen people who would be frequent make frequent appearances at those meetings. But if they were all in the same city together and Telford or would never be absent from those big decision. They were at least as necessary to the process was the prime minister. Maybe who is he is a guy if you spent any time with them, you hang out with them. Remember the first time you met him. I don't remember the first time I met him. But I'll tell you an early extended. That a time. I spent with him was on a big maybe both in the Arctic for a week in probably two thousand eight why the hell did that happen? Because even Harper was would have the Canadian forces do annual sovereignty patrols in Arctic waters. Right. And I was interested in that as a journalist. He's coming Stephen Harper throw budget that point was the head of the World Wildlife federation for Canada, and he was interested in it for climate change. And so I asked the harbor PM. Would you put me on his boat? And when I got there Jerry was there, and so he and I spent a week on the deck of a Canadian navy boat in the art looking at icebergs, and what was he lying? What struck you about him? He he's a low T. He's not emotionally demonstrative. He is friendly to everybody he encounters. He is not nearly as sort of confrontational and abrasive in person as us on Twitter where he's very act and where. Since long before the election every night. He would cheerfully Perec journalists on on his perception of the flaws in their reporting and analysis, which is when I had a bit of a falling. But in person he seeks agreement rather than confrontation. He doesn't pull rank particularly he doesn't say, you know, look, I'm I'm Justin Trudeau in. You're not his competitive advantage in history comes to the fact that when when else these he's in the room until recently, he wasn't room with the leader with the prime minister. And so he he gets the last say, but in the moment, he doesn't he's not look looks for fights. There's been a ton of discussion since he resigned about him kind of being the man behind the curtain when it comes to Justin Trudeau. Do you have a sense of how much power he wielded there? And how many how much of of Trudeau's actions kind of came from him, or is that just kind of the typical stereotype people tend to exaggerate the roles of left tenants for people who are. Supporters or members of government. It's a way to criticize the leader with criticized leader, criticized the people around and for Ponant of the government. It is a handy way to make it look like the prime minister staffed himself up with monsters as having many times with conservative and liberal prime ministers people used to claim that Stephen Harper was we're in for a university of how profit and Tom Flanagan and then for the last seven years. Harper was prime minister was was well known that he wasn't even speaking time finding his angry. He didn't need the supposed send galley was controlling. Similarly, look, I expect that Justin Trudeau will be able to function as prime minister for the rest of this calendar year without without journal butts around, but even people in the gone, even people whose future was bound up with Justin Trudeau's continued electoral success would complain about the extent to which biggest then get made until Jerry butts got around to getting the file and and the decision. This government is not a super fast that decision. And since the beginning large part of perceived reason for that is that Jerry butts and or Tito for half to personally find off on every important decision. And so there was just this huge bottleneck. It was not a discentralising when he came to power Justin Trudeau announced that cabinet government cabinet is none other words ministers have power to make their own decisions. Everything I hear says that hasn't been true you've covered a lot of governments. Do you have a sense of how rare it is for it to be structured that way and decisions to made like that? It is everyone complains about excessive power in in five ministries EM Brodie who was chief of staff to Stephen Harper for a while. We're really interesting book that outlines all the reasons why that's kinda needs to be the case. Why important decisions have to go through the? But I mean, there could be six or eight people who make those decisions the definition of what is the decision. 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"ponant" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"ponant" Discussed on KTOK

"Ponant. Blue Monday is coming up. January twenty second right? This coming Monday is blue Monday. That's the day that I believe social scientists have determined the majority of people who have made New Year's resolutions will no longer be following them on average. It lasts till January twenty second. So I hope that's not your case in whatever it was that you decided you're still doing don't have to be dictated by by that. But it is a. It is interesting to think that. Most people don't even make it through the first month. We're going to we're going to see sort of a theme though tonight with the these investigations, we'll get back to Nikki Egan in just a second who wrote the Daily Beast article yesterday that about one hundred people sent me alerting me that there is now finally an update on the smiley face killer case and and then coming up next hour. We'll be talking with John Greenwald junior of the black vault website. His new book is called inside the black vault. And it will not be out until April. He's giving us a sneak peek though, because of the popularity of the history channel show on project. Blue book inside the black vault. Chronicles John Greenwald's experiences getting freedom of information act documents from the government regarding all sorts of different things only that's only one of them. And and all the different ways that he has learned by trial and error to get the primary documents of these cases, and and and other aspects of the TV show, Dr Jalen hynick will also be rolled into that conversation coming up next hour on coast to coast, but we'll get back to this important update on the smiley face killer case, what do we know? Now that we didn't know back in two thousand and twelve which I was the last time I ever updated it on coast to coast AM, this is potett boy, it's going to be a fun twenty nine thousand nine especially if you're. Fan of the live theater experience. Hey, everybody producer Tom here. And we're gonna kick off the year with a live stage show on Saturday, March twenty third and beautiful Everett. Washington come see George Noory interview, live and impersonal special guests, Peter Davenport, the director of the UFO reporting agency esoteric researcher, Johnny knock afterlife expert in near death experience or Daniel Brinkley, and we round out the night with rogue scholar and prophecy expert, John Hoge, come George Noory, myself and all the guests at the meet and greet immediately following the show, complete with a live, band and audience participation. This is one night. You don't wanna miss for tickets and information, you can go to the coast to coast AM website in the event section or you can call four to five to five eight six seven six six come on out and have some fun with us. Call four to five to five eight six seven six six or go to coast to coast AM dot com. That's coast to coast.

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"ponant" Discussed on GSMC Fantasy Football Podcast

GSMC Fantasy Football Podcast

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"ponant" Discussed on GSMC Fantasy Football Podcast

"Host Jeff balance with me as my opponent, Mark Souza Ponant. Well, it's you use it Ponant in these kind of things. Yeah. Let's talk about today. We got our starters SAM's as well as our prediction. Prediction renews. Yes. And of course, what we do at the end. We do. Our Phoenix quick fifty push ups are on the line. But we'll see who does them. They'll be paid in full. Will we will start with our stardom because that's how we do things. Yes. Sure. Let's do it. All right quarterbacks. Go. I like Mitch Trubisky this week against the forty Niners. His not starting him at this point. He's actually available in a lot of leagues. Still. It's kinda actually kinda surprising. I mean, well, whoever has him top ten fantasy quarterback. So with that being said, he's had some good games. That's why soon people would start him. Right. But I would start him over Tom Brady high stardom overfill rivers. I'd start him over Jameis Winston amongst others. I just think that I don't think he has a ton of upside. I don't think you'll have like a big game like a forty or fifty point game. Like he's had this year. But I think it's such a solid play for bears team that should not have too much resistance from a forty Niners defense. I think Trubisky solid bit to get at least sixteen fantasy points. He probably finishes around twenty twenty one. Yeah. Sounds why right for me. I have Sam darnold against Green Bay seemed Arnold. Okay. Because Green Bay he's definitely appear. That's not owned very much. I pick guys that are probably not as own as much. Darnold this week. Green Bay is. Well, let's face it their shadow their former cells and their defense has never been the best. And so I think he Donald could easily take advantage of the situation that just how I see it. Do you have any other quarterbacks? I do deck Prescott. I do have also as a stardom. He is coming off a terrible game in which is team. Well, got out didn't score. Well, he scored what five points at best do is very low. He's at home against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers team that is very very forgiving to quarterback especially struggling quarterback. So he had no touchdowns in a pick last week in their loss. I think he balances back seem with at least two fifty at least one touchdown pass. I think at minimum you're looking at fifteen fantasy points. I think the sweet spot's probably twenty points. Yeah. I'd say twenty points. But there is certainly upside there is you know, he has the opportunity through a couple of short wants Zeki Elliott and have him do all the all the tough work and maybe get ya. A cheap touchdown pass in there. So I like the upside. Sorry. I guess someone macho man jingle Bill song. Thanks, guys. Who do you got an extra quarterback? I have case keenum at a for Oakland against Oakland. Yeah. I don't know though. I'm not gonna pick like, oh, okay. Let's go with the obvious choices. I have to go with the guys that I mean. Yeah. So case keenum over like foles. Oh, yeah. Gets oakland. This is the guy that unit mover Brady. Yeah. I- spoiler for my system. But case keenum against like, Oakland, just keenum over Josh on. Yes. Because Oakland plane to lose let's face it Junker to wants to lose..

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"ponant" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"ponant" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Arguably self satisfying. But gets us nowhere in terms of an agenda. The fact of the matter is I think to a person the people who have signed that letter are to the right of Nancy Pelosi. And. I mean, I'm looking at the letter. Minna? I don't think. So this sort of thing where they were all hoping that the Dem's would perform worse in the midterms in. This would actually make more sense from their end, or what's what are they thinking? No, the reason why that's not a coincidence because they're in a district where they had to separate themselves from Nancy Pelosi because Nancy Pelosi from electoral standpoint is. I think toxic is too strong of a word, but she pulls very poorly in these districts, probably poor pl- polls. Not so great in a lot of districts, but apparently not so badly that it's going to bring you down. If you put yourself at arm's length so these sixteen people. They are signing this letter because they want to run again in two years, and they don't want to be associated with Pelosi. That's all well and good. And their opponents going to say my Ponant says he doesn't like Nancy Pelosi voted with their eighty five percent of the time. And they're going to have to overcome that. But at least they're going to say like, look I signed a letter on day one. I'm against Nancy Pelosi. That's how that's gonna go down. So that explains their motivation. But if you want a more, if the ideas that we want Nancy Pelosi out because she has a tin ear to wear the country is moving in terms of moving to the left electing someone who's to the right of her is not going to help you. However. Saying to her, you know, we'll bring you the votes. We don't have a candidate that we want. But we will bring you the votes instead of abstaining because you need our votes. As long as you start to basically, take a couple of people that we sign off on put them under your tutelage train them to be the leader after or in the leadership after you go what you've said, you're transitioning out of probably within the next two years. That's what's happening. And so. But she put that very. Very savvy. It's an unbelievable to me how savvy she is. She doesn't even start off by saying they're ideologically to the right because she didn't want to alienate anybody in the car in the democratic caucus. Why bother? It's the third or fourth you know, sort of where she gets like they're not necessarily that progressive. Everybody knows. It's just that. She's not throwing anybody under the bus unless there's value because this is not a performance. We're not watching a play. This is about someone who's trying to build power in an institution and doing it in various different various ways. I mean, I feel like I am defensive about this because I can't help. But think there's gonna be some morons out there who feel betrayed or think that like oh my God. This is why the democrat, you know, the. There's a lot of dumbness around. And so this is one both to praise her and to to answer those dumb. Critics before they start to talk about it. And they probably already have. All right. We gotta take quick break. When we come back. We're going to talk to Bernard frog up about the turnout gap race, ethnicity and political inequality in diversifying America. We'll be right back..

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"ponant" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"ponant" Discussed on Pod Save America

"So it's not surprising that Republicans were not on board. All right. Let's talk about the other high profile races that have now been called after coming close enough to demand a machine recount Andrew gillum only picked up one vote and on Saturday. He conceded to run to Santa's Florida democratic Senator Bill Nelson conceded, his incredibly tight Senate race to going Republican governor Rick Scott on Sunday after the manual recount. Shrunk Scott's lead from. Thousand votes to about ten thousand votes not enough to give him the win. And then Stacey Abrams who stood to become the nation's first black woman governor on Friday that her Ponant Brian Kemp would be quote certified as the Victor ending her search to find enough votes to reduce Kemp's lead and force a runoff. She did say her speech was not a concession that quote, democracy, failed Georgia and an interview on Sunday, Jake tapper she refused to say that Kemp was quote, the legitimate governor elect only the legal governor elect, and she told CNN that the law as it stands says that he received an adequate number votes to become the governor of Georgia. But we know sometimes the law does not do it it should and something being legal doesn't make it. Right. What did you guys think of Stacey Abrams, non concession speech? I think governor savings at a great job. You know, we talked about this in the run up to the election. We were saying that if this election is close and Brian Kamm exit out with the help of suppression, and these sort of illegitimate tactics, it's going to be real test for Democrats and the media and one of the things that we disagreed with a little bit at the time was my view was that no one in politics is good at talking about these kinds of situations. You pointed out that the media is often the biggest practitioner of once the election is over pretend all the illegitimacy is pretend all the problems, and they never happened for the sake of Tacoma and moving forward. But that even Democrats at time have ceded to that kind of politics. And what was fascinating is. This was an example, and one of these I I have no idea. What it sounds like when a democrat doesn't play that game? But this is what it sounds like it was fascinating. Because it was something different. It was refusing to simply pretend all the things we said before the election weren't true just because it would be easier and smoother to just move forward. Tommy would using. Yeah. Winning doesn't make you. Right. You know, I mean and then. That's one of the great frustrations in politics. Like, I think sometimes people act like the fact that President Trump was accused of sexual assault by dozens of women is wiped away by winning election. It is not we will never forget. And I think that's what was so great about safety, Abram speeches. It was tough. And it was honest, and she was blunt about how angry she was how she felt cheated in and robbed in this process. And there was not some false call for unity. But instead, she talked about the unfairness of the way Brian Kemp. Randy's elections and pledged to seek legal recourse in talked about how she was going to build organization to fix it in the future. I think like it was a remarkable speech. Yeah. She's a great speaker and all the time we and she's so smart in so deliberate with her words, and she was the same way with Jake like she knows what she thinks. She's not going to let you corner her into saying something, she doesn't believe, you know, rich Lowry national review said it showed a lack of grace because she wouldn't concede. Jake asked her, you know, are you? You're that you're undermining faith in democracy, Jake tapper. This is Jake tapper. Yeah. By going this route I will say I believe that her speech and the words that she chose very carefully where very different from what Donald Trump has done. What Marco Rubio has done? A Rick Scott has done. I mean, she first of all she also said in that speech. I will pray for the success of Brian Kemp that he will indeed be a leader for Georgia. And she said as the law stands, of course, he is the legal governor of Georgia..

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"ponant" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"ponant" Discussed on Pod Save America

"So it's not surprising that Republicans were not on board. All right. Let's talk about the other high profile races that have now been called after coming close enough to demand a machine recount Andrew gillum only picked up one vote and on Saturday. He conceded to run to Santa's Florida democratic Senator Bill Nelson conceded, his incredibly tight Senate race to going Republican governor Rick Scott on Sunday after the manual recount. Shrunk Scott's lead from. Thousand votes to about ten thousand votes not enough to give him the win. And then Stacey Abrams who stood to become the nation's first black woman governor on Friday that her Ponant Brian Kemp would be quote certified as the Victor ending her search to find enough votes to reduce Kemp's lead and force a runoff. She did say her speech was not a concession that quote, democracy, failed Georgia and an interview on Sunday, Jake tapper she refused to say that Kemp was quote, the legitimate governor elect only the legal governor elect, and she told CNN that the law as it stands says that he received an adequate number votes to become the governor of Georgia. But we know sometimes the law does not do it it should and something being legal doesn't make it. Right. What did you guys think of Stacey Abrams, non concession speech? I think governor savings at a great job. You know, we talked about this in the run up to the election. We were saying that if this election is close and Brian Kamm exit out with the help of suppression, and these sort of illegitimate tactics, it's going to be real test for Democrats and the media and one of the things that we disagreed with a little bit at the time was my view was that no one in politics is good at talking about these kinds of situations. You pointed out that the media is often the biggest practitioner of once the election is over pretend all the illegitimacy is pretend all the problems, and they never happened for the sake of Tacoma and moving forward. But that even Democrats at time have ceded to that kind of politics. And what was fascinating is. This was an example, and one of these I I have no idea. What it sounds like when a democrat doesn't play that game? But this is what it sounds like it was fascinating. Because it was something different. It was refusing to simply pretend all the things we said before the election weren't true just because it would be easier and smoother to just move forward. Tommy would using. Yeah. Winning doesn't make you. Right. You know, I mean and then. That's one of the great frustrations in politics. Like, I think sometimes people act like the fact that President Trump was accused of sexual assault by dozens of women is wiped away by winning election. It is not we will never forget. And I think that's what was so great about safety, Abram speeches. It was tough. And it was honest, and she was blunt about how angry she was how she felt cheated in and robbed in this process. And there was not some false call for unity. But instead, she talked about the unfairness of the way Brian Kemp. Randy's elections and pledged to seek legal recourse in talked about how she was going to build organization to fix it in the future. I think like it was a remarkable speech. Yeah. She's a great speaker and all the time we and she's so smart in so deliberate with her words, and she was the same way with Jake like she knows what she thinks. She's not going to let you corner her into saying something, she doesn't believe, you know, rich Lowry national review said it showed a lack of grace because she wouldn't concede. Jake asked her, you know, are you? You're that you're undermining faith in democracy, Jake tapper. This is Jake tapper. Yeah. By going this route I will say I believe that her speech and the words that she chose very carefully where very different from what Donald Trump has done. What Marco Rubio has done? A Rick Scott has done. I mean, she first of all she also said in that speech. I will pray for the success of Brian Kemp that he will indeed be a leader for Georgia. And she said as the law stands, of course, he is the legal governor of Georgia..

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Week 7 fantasy streamers: Baker Mayfield tops list

Get Up!

00:17 sec | 2 years ago

Week 7 fantasy streamers: Baker Mayfield tops list

"So my top quarterback add this week, Cleveland Baker Mayfield. I know the fantasy Brockton hasn't been there yet, but it certainly not for lack of opportunity to three starts so far this season Mayfield averaging over forty three attempts per game. Guess this Baker mayfield's nets four Ponant literally the poor worst defenses because opposing quarterback

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"ponant" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

07:57 min | 2 years ago

"ponant" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"And ESPN radio Sirius XM channel eighty and the ESPN app. And yeah to Florida last year was tremendous undefeated season. They hang a national championship banner. Even though Alabama got the quote unquote official national championship. They have not slowed down the number thirteen in the country that three, you know, they have the longest active streak in the country of Windsor sixteen in a row. Check them out this Saturday when he played Pittsburgh at three thirty eastern time on ESPN U the head coach of UCF is Josh hypol- in his first year. He is here. Thanks to shell Pennzoil performance line. I mentioned all those numbers and all those stats and favourite coach of your team. What has this been like for you in your first year at UCF taking over at the day went undefeated last year? Well, first of all, we're just focused on going and no one ever coach about that. But we we really do try to to focus one week overtime time. And we know we're only as good as our next one. So our kids have had a great energy and prepared in a great way for this week. It's been a lot of fun. It's been that way. 'cause we got a great group of kids. There's a great brotherhood that exist in the locker room. I'm fortunate to take take over a group that really cared about each other. That's the only reason you can have championship seasons continuing to build on that develop great relationships with our players, obviously, we're continued and developed their mouth the field and certainly on the field as well. But they've been a great group to work with the best part of my job. You mentioned as a coach that taking it one day at a time you played it Oklahoma you're Heisman Trophy runner up. You hope that team in the national championship. How much of when you heard that as a player you said? Yeah. Coach we know we know one game at a time a here you are saying that to your players as a head coach at UCF. At that time. You know, I think our team and our players did buy into it. I think it was easier back then. Much outside noise. Now, you've got kids. I mean social media sitting them in every direction every second day. All the phones are on them all the time running into people outside of our building. I think it's hard to keep kids focused now on that. But our kids when they walk in the building they know exactly what the expectations. Are they meet those things pretty much every single day? Excited about playing when we roll the ball out at practice our kids love competing. That's why. Been successful, and that energy, and in that mindset. Well enough. Players this week is to take a another stack up. Continue to grow in the way, we prepare mentally for for each ballgame. Certainly go out and football on Saturday afternoon at three thirty one of your players as quarterback, McKenzie Milton. He's just terrific. He he plays at a pace that is just ungodly college football in this day and age what is so special about him that people don't know about your quarterback. When you first meet him. He is so cool calm and collected. He is on his own skin from Hawaii, really laid back demeanor. And and I've been around great players before. Usually they're highly competitive, but when you get into a competitive situation in the meeting room, the weight room, or whatever. Football field or a Saturday afternoon. Taking on Ponant. He is extremely competitive. Extremely focused wants to win at everything needs doing great players. Typically have that he's got a great way of being able to communicate and have a great rapport with their wide receivers. But also off a in our entire football team for the challenges we play performed during the off season is really stepping up his leadership. Once we got through spring ball. He's only we're going to beat in junior college. He's matured as a player based matured in his leadership role as well wanted to continue to do that. But but he's certainly a really special player. Josh Hypo the head coach at number thirteen UCF with Freddie Coleman and ESPN radio. How much does McKenzie Milton remind Josh Hypo when Josh Hypo pay quarterback at Oklahoma? And this guy can run a heck of a lot better. Quarterback runs a whole lot better. When I had it back in the day. He he's special. He's got quick delivery. He's accurate football. He's really smart and then great job protections understands coverages. He's got all that. He has got the the special it factor. He's a he's a ball guy, man. And he understands facing right. And he's electric with his feet. One of the things that you know, we wanted him to get better at your in the off season just going back and watching the cut ups in the previous season employees already made in how he played is getting better, which is I disciplined keen safeties. And then the next defender off a rotation in finding a soft spot in the pocket so players were there from within the pockets be made that he can make those he's doing that at a really high level at the same time. We didn't want to take away him being special in in the place that he makes outside the pocket. What has been the best thing about coaching this team after three games in all honesty? It's not the three games. I think the best thing about taking over a really unique situation and. Our older kids are juniors and our seniors have been through a transition before and barracks variance going through transition and their ability to speak. Great leaders and help create the buying has been really special, and certainly is a big part of why you know, the energy, and the togetherness and the family feel that you get when you when you walk into our locker room or I don't know practice field. That's a big reasonable a wide is what it is. When I say this. I really mean it the best part of my job is getting to work with our players every day. Best part of my job is when they walk into the building. And we go to meetings or are we go out on the practice field. They love competing. They love being around each other. And when you got those two things and makes a lot of fun to to go out there and work every day. Josh hypol- the head coach at UCF the Freddie Coleman on ESPN radio. Don't forget three thirty eastern time on Saturday number thirteen UCF will host Pittsburgh three thirty eastern time Saturday on ESPN U. Let's flashback to January twenty fifteen you the offensive coordinator, your alma mater, Oklahoma. You get fired at eight and five season a forty two six. Lost a Clemson in the Russell athletic bowl. You said thank God it happened in a lot of ways. Why would you thank you for the last couple of years at Oklahoma? There was a philosophy as far as what we wanted to do offense in it gravitated away from what I really want him about as a player what I was looking for when I was getting recruited in in the the macho the energy, and and aggressiveness. As a as a head coach, and as a play call earning and gave me the ability to get back to to what I'm about. And and at the end of the day learned a bunch from it and got a chance to go coach players and other places got a chance to be around some other staff and other ways of doing things and. Things that you know, I think I would have wanted to do when I took over as head coach that I'm not sure if I didn't have those other experiences that I would have have done because I really hit only seen one way of doing things you're a better person. I am coach high because of my alma mater fired me at what I did on the field. It would still hurt me to this day. How much have you been able to get past that? Right. I'm in the moment. I'm at UCF. There's not a better place in America. I mean, this is the youngest university by thirty five years to win a BCS ballgame. This is the second largest university in third fastest growing city in America. The opportunity that kids inside the state of Florida in local area in Georgia. Evacuated. They have last name on the back of their helmet. What do the network they're creating while they're here for four years playing here? What that empowers them to do the rest of their lives is truly remarkable and Danny whiter athletic director, so aggressive everyone seen what he did you know after the season. I mean, we got we got four projects that he talked about during the interview process. Two of them are already.

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"ponant" Discussed on The Underdog

The Underdog

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"ponant" Discussed on The Underdog

"They make Ellen Ponant. I mean, they were even more successful in Tomlin. Yeah, absolutely. Oh, no, there is no underselling how good Andy Reid wasn't Philadelphia. He was an outstanding coach. I really do think we've reached that same time in phila- in Pittsburgh, and you know. Hill you could do worse than having three first round picks and some cap room to work with bringing new head coach and get this organization going in another direction. True. I mean, the one thing I was contended that is that the Steelers as been well documented, just hate coaching change, any change really, but they do that. They can appoint and what they've had to coaches last huddling in forty years for what thirty years. Cow or I don't know in our daughter, but I'm guessing like ninety two. So between Tomlin there's no in between, if I'm on the state and that's, you know, that's the better part of twenty years. That's crazy. So you know, I think it would take a lot and you know, I don't wanna get to TV their there o-on in one like it's not over for them. I know for sure. They get gone, got Smithfield, certain Brown and rows per even without bell. They can easily win this week and move on. And you know, run-up tendency or whatever, ten, five on or whatever. And then you know, be a playoff, even I look, I don't think it. I don't necessarily believe that, but it's certainly in the realm of possibilities with that often times a total disaster. But you know they, yeah, I, I don't know. I, I don't want to jump to that conclusion yet, but that would be interesting for them. I don't know. I get. You know where to do that, it would have to be closer to the trade deadline, right? Yeah, I shall socially. I think actually, yeah. Let me so you mentioned a really good point by the way, Bill cower hired in nineteen Ninety-two good on Yang. I'm going to take that one step further. How 'bout since nineteen sixty nine. The Pittsburgh Steelers have only had three head coaches home. I God really was whole before that Chuck Noll from sixty nine to ninety. One cower from ninety two to six and Tomlin from two seven to twenty thousand. There. It's just a Rennie's not like doing that. They don't like around with the big challenge in it's generally works. I mean, they've got a couple of privilege to speak for it. And yeah, I don't. But you know that this is the new era, like you said, it's it's if he awful BUSTER opera, it's not like you can't just change the little thing for the coach, especially when my Tomlin like schematically. I don't know that Mike Tomlin. Anything special, right? He's not offensive minded guy is, yeah, that's a good example..

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The Human Element of Banned From Baseball

The Gem on The Queen's Crown

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

The Human Element of Banned From Baseball

"It's episode sixty of the jam and the queen's crown. And for this edition, this podcast finds himself in downtown Dayton, Ohio at the law theater to interview director, Margaret Perry and actor Brian Dykstra of the play banned from baseball. The story on Pete Rose's permanent ban premiering to the world on September six also in episode sixty. We'll give you the week to scores of high school football in the local Syndey sports area. Welcome to the gem on the queen's crown. The local Syndey sports podcast. In this weekly podcast, Lee w Mao and brings a sports world of Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio to you. The listener visit the Lee w Maui dot com spelled t. h. e. l. e. w. m. o. w. e. n. to subscribe on your favorite podcasts platform and the links to follow along on social media. Music is provided by free stock music dot com. Ed now for the latest edition and everything, Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio sports. He Li w Mao in. Anna pleasant new week to one and all. Hopefully your Labor Day weekend was a okay as now it's time to bring you football scores from southwest Ohio, and guess what college football just started. So we got a couple of scores packed in, but first high school scores, we'll start with a non Friday scores as alter rebounds from their week. One loss to Fairmont by defeating Thurgood Marshall fifty one. The six and a close game. Sydney edges. Bell fountain thirty one twenty eight and a ballast, Cincinnati, and Dayton Hughes comes out on top against Ponant tech, eight to six now for your Friday games. And if you follow me on Twitter, that's at the Lee w Malan you notice that I never got around to listing the high school football scores for week two. Well, some of these got postponed to Saturday. Some of them Saturday morning take one got pushed to Saturday night and I never got around to it. So I'm sorry if you look forward to that on my Twitter feed. So I up for Friday games on week to Preval. Schone travels to west Alex to defeat the Panthers twin valley south thirty, two fifteen fort recovery edges valley view at home twenty seven to twenty three sent Henry wins sixty two nil over eating in the eagles Edgewood with a twenty eight to nine win over Franklin. Tri county north picks up there. I one of the years the Panthers beat the end Sonia Tigers thirty four twenty one Milton union with a fourteen to six decision over oakwood. Try village with a twenty-seven nineteen win patriots. Defeat the Dixie greyhounds mill town. Nassan Forty-six reading zero. Miami's Berg to ano on the year Vikings twenty four Oland Tain-jy fourteen national trail to know as well as the blazers defeat our Canham. And the Trojan six to three the golden eagles Abell Brooke with a forty two to nil decision against Fairburn Skyhawks weighing with a forty two to six win against the Christians of faith academy in Columbus don't as the iron ironman on the gridiron north mob with a twenty four to twenty one win over Fairmont Kenton ridge forty four Carlisle's zero Lakota west twenty and Centerville fourteen the elks are Owen due to start off twenty eighteen Lebanon fifteen Loveland thirteen. A close battle down south towards Cincinnati. Cold water welcomes in Clinton Massie and the Cavaliers get thirty one to twenty eight win at home against the falcons minster Thirty-nine Covington twenty-six. Troy Trojans. Twenty-one. Xenia buccaneers fourteen pick one wins twenty six six against Lima senior fort Laramie with a forty five twenty nine decision over Madeira Benjamin Logan edges, west liberty, Salem, thirty two twenty nine. Bethel with a forty one to seven win over Dayton Christian Troy Christian takes it to Bradford forty two nil. Anna forty-eight Brookville twenty-seven. Carol defeats beaver creek twenty five twenty four Kevin with a forty nine thirteen win over saliva for sales, forty-seven deaf Jefferson, fourteen and Lima central Catholic twenty deaf of Saint. John's ten Miami east fifty two Lehman Catholic Twenty-one.

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"ponant" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"ponant" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"PC patrol. Out over the weekend here are the stories that we have discovered and we report Michigan state Representative Betty cook Scott how's apologized for referring to her, Asian primary Ponant state Representative Stephanie Chiang as Kim Jong Scott expressing anti-immigrant sentiments, told him told a voter immigrants, from China, are, coming over taking our community from us vote for me don't, vote for the ching Chong She also. Called, members of Chiang's staff Jiang Jong's nice she said she apologized. I should never. Do anything to contribute to an, atmosphere of divisiveness, for that I am terribly sorry. Always reminds me of Seinfeld. When MRs Costanza, named Donna change you're not Chinese Chang all right so again apparently even in China they're having. Some problems with With political correctness, hate speeches come. To the. Small committee, of China with the, new town manager Dennis heath Heath apparently a fifty eight year. Old pastor career force veteran has, opinionated post about women homosexuals. In Islam and shared them on many websites now he is being called out you know what is hate speech was support of. Traditional marriage Oh jeez between a man and a woman Wow High school cheerleaders are under fire after their patriotic shirt is being called racist cheerleaders at dodge. County I Eastman Georgia come under fire for their supposedly racist t shirt the shirts in, question read in dodge. County we stand for the flag Neil for the. Cross that's Indian. Pride How exactly is that racist wall someone say well term Indian should. Be native American I guess the fact that there that's a reference to the black players, who are kneeling during. The national anthem they're saying that that is a. A racial mockery We all know who's mocking who don't we Yeah I wanna Broadway's most accessible torch songs been caught up. In the middle, of the race row race row should say it's been skittering through the, show biz Dreamgirls crowd-pleaser and I'm telling you I'm not going was d- do to be performed the part of the best of the West End and. Royal Albert Hall by white singer mas- Murray they said it wasn't. Appropriate for a white woman to sing. It Cancelled. Performance Arianna GRANDE that her version of respect was a, cultural misappropriation, and finally, MasterCard shutdown Robert Spencer's. Patriot account we reported this to you. Last week he's going to join us in the next couple of days the talk. About that, of course he's been axed from patriot without explanation warning or notice we all? Know why because he identifies the some components of Islam as the. Problem, today, well MasterCard Derek Politically correct company so there you have it that's. Our, PC, patrol Coming.

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"ponant" Discussed on  News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"ponant" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Ian, Ponant Can't talk. About the rat line without playing a little rat Although they spell it differently hairspray rock. Band from the eighties are ATT rat. President do the thing so so. Rat line is the book it. Was out many years ago Peter did an update on that we're going back to the source on what, happened to Hitler and how he ended up in in Indonesia We'll go back to that in a second because we left it just repeater, was explaining this key part. Which I think is really essential in understanding the story that for seven. Years where everybody else is looking for. All these ways that Hitler made. It to Argentina he may never. Have gone and one of the reasons why he might not have gone is because everybody else was right Zig while others zag. As a survival technique, it's not bad and if he was at the top of the. Food, chain anyway and he could essentially hide in plain sight, amongst a friendly group all you have to do. Is get to a town small enough with the right kind of people and he could do just that but something happens which gets him on, his horse again and brings him to Indonesia and. That's, where we'll we'll get back with. Peter Lavina coming. Up in. Just a second also if you go to. Coast to coast AM, dot com you'll find a a link there for paranormal date I wanna bring this to your attention because, I just happened to meet the other night a couple that had met through some other dating site like all the weird ones dot com or something anyway they. Found love and it was. It was neat it's sweet it's fun to be around them as explained it's kind of a It's kind. Of like. A game of attrition when you're trying to. Meet people out there And. It helps to be fishing in the pond officially wanna eat I guess that sounds weird I don't mean it like that I'm saying is it's important if you're going to spend your time on a dating app website that. You get to the group of people you want to be around in the first place If, you're spending too many nights alone rush into coast to coast and rather be snuggling.

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"ponant" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"ponant" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"Tell you what i was told but i don't know i don't know i on i personally love show but it says a lot you saying it's changed that much it has i mean look like the lake normally there's more new yorkers live in this area than anywhere north carolina i got you i appreciate the call rich thanks for the education buddy thank you so much call back tomorrow when we've got more time cameron in indiana alive stephen that you only got about forty seconds go ahead cameron in indiana you live with even a real quick go ahead but it's going to bring up pacers was the better ponant for a golden state in cleveland v off to series basically over golden state's gonna win the whole thing no one can make the not wrist three reasons that no one wants donald trump from the league if because of them not leave the dynasty to create politics aside no matter what happens the money's get for playing donald trump no one got it only all thanks a lot man i appreciate the call laser gentlemen i'm getting ready to get on outta here i'm heading over for the coverage for the western conference finals game two tonight live from the toyota center in houston texas the houston rockets and a month win situation i'm not saying it's definitive but if houston loses tonight gain tonight's game i think it's possible they may get swept and i refuse to believe that's going to happen james harden and chris paul cpa three i think chris paul has to take over the coaching on the court and do what's best and i think they houston will prevail tonight in game to say game three but for tonight i'm going with houston talks you on to our love is this a dad gum joke the mavericks drop to slots in the nba draft lottery my nba mock draft right after stephen will cain show on espn radio just a sample of what you hear the stephen swift show weekdays at one pm eastern on espn radio and espn.

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"ponant" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"ponant" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"Tell you what i was told but i don't know i don't know i on i personally love show but it says a lot you saying it's changed that much it has i mean look like the lake normally there's more new yorkers live in this area than anywhere north carolina i got you i appreciate the call rich thanks for the education buddy thank you so much call back tomorrow when we've got more time cameron in indiana alive stephen that you only got about forty seconds go ahead cameron in indiana you live with even a real quick go ahead but it's going to bring up pacers was the better ponant for a golden state in cleveland v off to series basically over golden state's gonna win the whole thing no one can make the not wrist three reasons that no one wants donald trump from the league if because of them not leave the dynasty to create politics aside no matter what happens the money's get for playing donald trump no one got it only all thanks a lot man i appreciate the call laser gentlemen i'm getting ready to get on outta here i'm heading over for the coverage for the western conference finals game two tonight live from the toyota center in houston texas the houston rockets and a month win situation i'm not saying it's definitive but if houston loses tonight gain tonight's game i think it's possible they may get swept and i refuse to believe that's going to happen james harden and chris paul cpa three i think chris paul has to take over the coaching on the court and do what's best and i think they houston will prevail tonight in game to say game three but for tonight i'm going with houston talks you on to our love is this a dad gum joke the mavericks drop to slots in the nba draft lottery my nba mock draft right after stephen will cain show on espn radio just a sample of what you hear the stephen swift show weekdays at one pm eastern on espn radio and espn.

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"ponant" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"ponant" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"I mean just just be honest i don't like him at all i can into some i decided i wanted to do that because everybody knows that's why he did it a that we know that whole alarming saying you know what they fired me i was best emirate ass i did it the up his i mean isn't that a much more respectable answer because then people right you know what okay leases honest verses saying something like we play for sixty minutes when the reality is when you have 33 seven you don't do that i mean i i know no it's not little league but you do have respect freedom ponant at the professional level yeah amount should you should most people do or would somebody should have asked him a good follow question would have been so pure thirty three to seven against any other team the legal in the same thing or what have someone if were up if they were up thirty seven a new business would you be right now a serious you can't do that bush would comes around go the right of comes around goes around pay what the next time the broncos for the dolphins on my watch that one i may watch that one now just and see what happens that's what happens i tell you guys hurt ethic with when cheap shots happened things like that by the way the other thing that came from that game did you see julius thomas touchdown dance i heard you lake road the pony out he was riding a horse it looks like a civilian is what it looks like not good no it was it was rather graphic he he may have said he was riding a horse not a look like hit the football underneath him and it was it was rather graphic i don't think the kids would have at home wanted to i don't think i want to see though and watch it i was like okay they may i know they're not thrown flags this year and i by the way i love all this all this stuff the tugofwar was alex collins running back for baltimore did i'll say the tugofwar is great man these guys are like spending time like k after practice we're going to choreograph appro.

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"ponant" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"ponant" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Alleged frauds tied to two million euros worth of eu subsidies bob issue campaigned on a pledge to fight corruption denies the charges and says they are politically motivated the eu has chosen the netherlands and france to host key european agencies that will need to relocate from their london bases after britain leaves the block in 2019 in a tied vote that came down to a lucky draw from a big glass ball amsterdam beat eighteen other cities to become the new home of the european medicines agency paris will host the european banking authority the to regulators which currently employ more than a thousand staff have less than seventeen months to complete the move potent with a european court of justice order to hold logging in the back of of asia forest the unesco world heritage site straddling the border between ponant reuss is one of europe's lost primeval woodlands the luxembourg based court warned poland would be fined one hundred thousand euros a day if he did not stop clearing the ancient forest the government in warsaw last year tripled the quota of woods that can be harvested from san of be able vesa sparking an outcry from environmentalists poland jews it's logging activities only served to stop a damaging bark beetle infestation and removed trees that could fall on members of the public responding to the court's order the polish environment minister said ponant would follow the recommendations one hundred percent a war of words between the hungarian government and george soros has escalated with the us financier and philanthropist accusing the ruling fidesz party of spreading lies about him and gary inborn sarraj long supported liberal values in eastern europe often putting him at loggerheads with hungary's rightwing nationalist government the latest spat erupted after prime minister viktor orban's sent visas a survey on statements attributed to soros including among others a call for eu countries to settle a million migrants a year soros accused the government of trying to portray him as an outside enemy while talking name muslim settlements and employing anti semitic tropes budapest then rejected the financier claims and asserted that sars back to civil society groups and hungary were engage frontal assault on the country's unity authorities in russia have confirmed reports of a.

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"ponant" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"ponant" Discussed on WLAC

"Are once again debating healthcare lawmakers will vote on a republican proposal for socalled single payer healthcare system this afternoon democrats say the measure is just a way to get some of the parties more vulnerable centers up for election to vote against single payer army chief of staff mark milli says he had no advance warning about a change in transgender military policy president zeri mark omduran us no he didn't do that uh will note are expected to do near israeli of redan do it rose automonous speaking at the national press club in washington today general medley said there can be no changes to the transgender policy until the pentagon gets more guidance from the commander in chief the top executive of the boy scouts of america is apologizing for president trump's politically speech at this week's count jamboree bsa chief scout executive michael serbheld wrote in a lengthy statement that extends sincere apologies to anyone who might have been offended by the quote political rhetoric that was inserted in the jamboree the and west virginia the president ridicule his presidential ponant hillary clinton and former president barack obama and then derided the fake news media during his speech torrential rains trigger major flash flooding in kansas city missouri ruby was stuck in our truck because of all of that water was getting ready to tight oman seven when i saw the wall out was trying to go back by by car when that we sell access wrote wicht awad i couldn't do anything else but great and i slide getting save me soames dropped more than four inches of rain last night high water also covered roads emergency crews perform numerous water rescues justin bieber it will not face charges for hitting photographer with a struck the pop star was leaving a beverly hills church service last night when the incident happened beaver stop stayed by the man side into a police in paramedics arrived the man severed non life threatening injuries.

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"ponant" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"ponant" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Worse source species we are going to war is war it's ponant avi who knows if fissile a cause a reaction in retaliation if if other the because there's other great cfc thing is you there's so many people like him but it it's not obvious because they're not actually screaming in the streets but there plenty of facebook pages with posts by this guy wrote there's always guys out on the street with signs complaining about one issue or another there's hundreds of millions of guns is a lot of mental illness and there's some kind of a feeding frenzy going on because of the social media there's just constant emotional reinforcement of people get on social media and they get these dopamine hits every time they get a new post through read right taxed or they get likes for something they posted and i think the the rhythm of it all day every day morning tonight and the rhetoric people fight on facebook over politics like crazy and it goes on and on and on you wouldn't believe i've seen chains comments between two or three people it'll go ed fifty or more comments back with calling each other names and the two of them would be sitting there to computer addending you know banging away or on their on their smartphones insulting each other over some political issue that they they live three thousand miles from and have no affect on john and ken weekdays at two kfi am 640 more stimulating talk johnny depp needs to be taken out and beaten publicly now i know that people are gonna say that's not were not this isn't the old last we don't do that anymore listen if you're going to be an idiot in public you need to be punished in public johnny depp was that a crowd at glastonbury festival where they were gonna they were gonna screen his two thousand four movie the libertine oh boy what a crowd that must be and johnny depp says hey can we bring donald trump here which didn't make any sense but in johnny depp's mind he was setting up this joke grimsley last time and not assessment over president.

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