35 Burst results for "Quincy"

"quincy" Discussed on Game of Crimes

Game of Crimes

05:39 min | Last month

"quincy" Discussed on Game of Crimes

"Thank you very much. I'll be here all week. Okay. Hey, Steve, this next one comes to us from the 100 block of west university drive wherever that is. Employees of eckhart's reported that at 1225 a.m., this must be one of the strangest incidents I've heard of. Two men came into the store, loaded birth date bags that said, have a nice day with yellow faces on them. Steve with 52 tubes of vaginal antifungal cream and left without paying the cream was valued at $894 and 98 cents. Oh, boom. Either there's a black market out there if somebody's got a big problem. Oh, this is kind of in it for those listeners that don't know what accuracy is. It's a drugstore chain here in the U.S., but that's. Let's just leave it alone 'cause I'm not sure where we could say that. Don't want to touch that one, yeah. Hey, but in keeping with our keeping with our animal related thing, this comes to us from west St. Paul, a missing bird. A caller reported June 30th that a bird had been stolen from an apartment in the 100 block of Haskell street east. But Steve, unfortunately, it was later determined that the bird had not been stalling, but was lying dead at the bottom of the cage. They didn't see that. Must have been the right to take up his if you younger folks don't get this, you need to go watch Monty Python, the dead parrot sketch. He's not dead. He's pining, pining for the fjords. You gotta watch the dead parents sketch. His dad knows he's no longer with us. He is bereft of life. And I have never seen that and I probably never will. Oh my God. Oh, well, okay, that's in the reading for the day, kitty 8 nominated. All right. Another question. Thank goodness, huh? Oh my gosh. Anyway, so that leads us into speaking of strange things. We'll have some strange stories as we said from San Diego gang conference, but suffice it to say, man, we had a good time out there. That will be a whole set of interviews, but while we're out there, we were finishing up and was finishing editing this next episode. And I'll tell you, just the more we talk to this kid, number one, I mean, it's like everybody we talked to that has been shot in the line of duty. You think that they would be, you know, we talked to Claudia. I mean, my God, she is just bubbly. She was a rockstar out there. Alex Collins was a rockstar out there. You know, we talked, by the way, with Victor Avila, we outed him on stage because the guy sandbagged us if for you guys that don't know. Victor holds the world's record for the longest distance pistol shot 2010 yards, 1.141 .14 miles from trigger pull, tell impact it took 11 seconds for that round to hit at 36 inch by 36 inch target. Unbelievable. I mean, that's just un freaking believable. But anyway, when we talked all because Victor was involved in a shooting, he was wounded. All of these folks got great mental attitudes. They come out of it and they want to give back. They're not there to be heroes. They're not there to be the center of attention. What they want to do is make it safer for the next cop. The next deputy. The next trooper, the next agent, you know, out there. They want to keep their lessons. And we're going to learn a good lesson from this next one. So Quincy Smith was actually, he was introduced to us by somebody who watches the show, or I should say, watches. Listen to the show regularly. And that's how we got the intro. And I'm telling you, Steve, just the kid is just when we say kid, everybody who's half our age, we call kids, right? Which is like everybody. These days. But just what a just a big personality, but you know what, but very humble and he keeps going to tell us about some lessons coming up in this episode. And what I like about this one, he's the only police officer on duty in this small town in South Carolina. And you think it's a safe community. When you're wearing the uniform, you're never safe. Here's a guy just trying to go up to do something on a New Year's Day. What it should be quiet and people just kind of relaxing from partying the night before and the assailant, well, you'll find out what happens. But the thing I like about Quincy is just like the others that you mentioned, he didn't let it get him down. You know, he's moved on with his career. He's moved up to a larger agency now, has plans for the future. So God bless you, man. Thanks a good lord. He's still here with us. And thank the good lord, his mama didn't kick his ass. You're going to hear about you're going to hear about who his mama is and but again, this is such a fantastic episode, so Steve. But before we can hang or hear the episode and get to it, I have to ask you one big question. Are you ready? Even though you're tired and want to go to sleep in your chair, are you ready to play the biggest baddest, most dangerous game of all? The original and unadulterated game of crimes. Absolutely. Ladies and gentlemen, this is one where you really do need to get in, sit down, shut up and.

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Politico: Soros & Koch Take on the 'Endless Wars'

Mark Levin

01:54 min | Last month

Politico: Soros & Koch Take on the 'Endless Wars'

"There was a piece in Politico A year or so ago and welcome by the way that reported the fusion of George Soros and Charles Koch Charles Koch being a libertarian and George Soros being what George Soros is In my view an anti American And remember I've talked to you before about how the isolationists seem to have voices on the radical left and among this weird Putin romanticizing right And they do overlap And so they put this group together this so called nonprofit The Quincy group And the position of Charles Koch and George Soros is to effectively quote unquote keep America out of endless wars And now you hear this propaganda Throughout the media with a handful of senators and House members And they act like we're the ones Creating a war situations Now to oppose this kind of passivity and pacifism and isolationism is not to support endless wars or radical interventionism Is not to support necessarily a Lindsey Graham or sort of a McCain type of attitude which is interventionism now interventionism yesterday interventionism today No

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What the Quincy Institute Has Become

Mark Levin

01:07 min | Last month

What the Quincy Institute Has Become

"So this group is not in sync with either their party or the American people quite frankly Now this group that was set up this Quincy institute more like the quisling institute When the Coke side there are there's one author maybe two authors as I recall that wrote about the Israel lobby who believed there is a zionist shout of government creating conflicts For Israel's interests I'm just telling you the truth So this is what the Quincy or quisling institute with Coke and Soros has come to And I don't believe the Republican Party should be standing for totalitarianism Or genocidal maniacs Apart from all the rest of it that seems to me to be a losing political position

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Quincy Institute's Kelley Vlahos on the State of the US Military

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:01 min | 5 months ago

Quincy Institute's Kelley Vlahos on the State of the US Military

"So Kelly, let's just as we jump into this and sort of your background, especially with the Ukraine sort of looming over us here. Just as your perspective, where do you see the American military right now? I mean, I see the American military as in a and I hate to use this because it's such a Washington term at an inflection point. I think after the Afghanistan withdrawal, you had a lot of veterans and rank and file military questioning, the war policy of the last 20 years. How did we get to the point where we spent all of these resources, all of these lives to get back to square one and leave the Taliban in control. And to blame it just on Biden's withdrawal or Trump's deal with the Taliban. It's not fair, and it's not reality. The reality is that the policy was bad in the first place. And you had members of the military as well as the American public, listening to their generals, listening to their politicians, talk about how victory was always right around the corner and that if we only did X, Y, and Z and put tens of thousands of more troops in year after year that we would prevail. And they saw that all go up in smoke during that Afghanistan withdrawal. And I think between that, the over politicization of our generals and just the global war on terror, the outcomes not meeting what we had been promised as a country all combined for some real soul searching. And what our military is for, who were fighting for the Washington policies that we believed in the institutions that we believed in. So I think that the military is suffering just like every other institution in this country. They're suffering from a lack of trust from the American people, and frankly, in many ways, I think they

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"quincy" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

WGBB Sports Talk New York

03:49 min | 9 months ago

"quincy" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

"And we're back fifteen minutes left here of our two of wd sportstalk talk here on twelve forty am and then five point nine fm so we were. We went through all the negative of the jets. How you know they. They're they like to make us miserable but there were well. Let's talk a little positive. It's hockey season. just about new york rangers. They they started up on wednesday going to washington. Dc to play the washington capitals. And i know it's new season and fresh dr for everybody. But i wouldn't be lying if i said i'm ready for the rangers to take more blood from tom wilson after what he did to our tammy near last year. I'm still not over it. And i know i should be but i would love to see the new rangers editions that they brought in four grit and toughness. I would love to see them. Go after tom wilson in the first thirty seconds of the period and just take him out. I'm not saying hurt. 'em saying just shove them down to the ground may make him realize. Oh i'm not. I'm not going to have my way with this team anymore. And that's that's been a knock on the rangers for the longest time at. They have immense talent but that they don't have the toughness to get past the bigger teams in the playoffs. and we. We saw that a lot. We saw those missiles ranger teams. That probably should have won at least one stanley cup but they will get bullied by teams like pittsburgh by teams like boston. Who had those guys who could throw their body weight around now. The range of finally started to get those guys in like them. Ryan reeves and charity and counter. Miller is a big big guy who's still still filling in. He's six four to twenty to thirty and not lose any of his speed. Oh my that's gonna be fun to watch but the big news on the rangers front. And i think this is going to be the biggest move that they make for a while until they until they out of fox to an extension is they brought they resigned. Because vanish is one of the team leaders here for eight years at in half million average annual that and for a guy like spanish add. Who if not for covert would have scored fifty goals in the twenty thousand nine hundred twenty season and got and started playing better at the end of last season. Going into his contract. You're you know guys that are playing for for new contract. Almost always step it up so that that was already exciting to think about what he was gonna do when not having contract and now that he's got the stability. I'm very intrigued to see what he does. An and steve merges really is the the leader of this team needs. He's twenty nine. He's been with the rangers. Five seasons k- kind of knows way around and is is one of the better centers in the league. So i'm i'm ecstatic that the rangers were able to make this deal happen and so close to the season now. It's one less thing that they got worry about so that. That's somebody that when you when you look at you. Look at the rangers roster. That's going to be one of those guys that you want to see on the scoresheet every night. Even if even if there's no point you want is you want to see him with shaath uncle. You wanna see him with good time on ice numbers you want. Assume the plus minus category those. Those are the players that this team are.

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"quincy" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

WGBB Sports Talk New York

03:59 min | 9 months ago

"quincy" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

"Just a joke but It was good times. You know i actually to be honest. I man i could care less about their camera All i know. I wanted to be the starting quarterback for the cowboys when we when we came into the season So really man to be honest with you. They were there but my mom was so focused on winning the job. I could care less about that. Cam which is gonna quincy carter. The neck next year Bill parcells comes in bill parcells hall in coach multiple super bowls and everywhere he goes they start there. They start to win and like the cowboys had been in. Like a transitional period and parcels comes in and now it's penalty medal. Do what did you see in the locker room. In the demanded locker room changing when parcells came in. Why just seeing god's like tear land richie anderson And some other guys. You know we already had that weaned dexter coakley. And then what's and but you kinda seem deal guys. Come in and kind of you know. Set the tone for the locker room And it was just a perfect mayor. It's about how we went about our business. How we prepare I thought we were young. Hard-working group Before he got there but man when he when when when him and his got there. And i'm you know the ritchie hamson. Since other world the rest in peace terry glenn and Those guys were ever able to really show us bills way. How are we going to that win. Winning how to go about approaching the day. And i thought it was great for us because we had a young locker at the time. I got the two years in a row was youngest team in the nfl So it was great to see those guys come in and sit. There is ample he really was and in that year was a career year for over thirty three hundred yards. The cowboys. make the playoffs. And what is their game. From that season that stands out to you from from that season under parcells. I i you know the one that jumps out a couple of the giants game When we clinched the playoffs. That's how good man you know. We went to hell. We had to five eleven. Caesar's two years in a row sitting there watching the play offs and then commenced that play on birds against the giants and then a former team here She was probably the biggest win that year. Thing aim must have been thrilled watching them. Take it to the giants earlier this afternoon on the plane. What and It was so fun. I was able to get it something. I'm i i think. I'm applying sunday residencies. I normally be flying with delta because it got shot with get the game. Heck yeah Yeah man i. I enjoyed that winning the day. After that season going to training camp she hasn't for things are going right and then about a month. What season starts the cowboys. Let you go. What was the immediate. What was the immediate reaction to the cowboys. Cutting you a month before the start. After the season you adjust hat. Well you know I was shocked by But then honestly you know some things went behind the scenes that that would There wasn't gonna smoothly as the both of that salt. And and what. I mean by that you know. I decided to make the fatal mistake of felony this first of all And and you know doing some things in my personal life block. Couldn't stop what i was doing at the time but then there was some..

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"quincy" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

WGBB Sports Talk New York

03:16 min | 9 months ago

"quincy" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

"Good for nine straight years i think and We finally clip dement at home my junior year south say those two wings really stick out the most anti george you get drafted by the dallas cowboys in the second of the two thousand one draft. Did you have any conversation with jerry. Jones prior to the draft. Kinda get a feel for the cowboys organization and that they were interested in drafting. Your was it kind of like kind of like spur of the moment. Island be dallas cowboy. Now it was it was sneaky. I'd never went out to visit But we I have a guy named buddy guys who Who i talked to a lot of. Talk to way wilson. A lot before the draft You know jerry lewis kinda quiet on. So i knew i'll get drafted By the cowboys at least about three or four days before the draft it was just a matter when were going pick me. Could they keep moving down to get picks Because you know at the time. I bought my. I wasn't really a hot. You know commodity commodity coming into the draft. So a lotta guys have passed me up. Heard about some things going on Behind the scenes so kind of scare some guys all those. Just the cowboys. The raiders showed a lot of interest and And i think maybe the vikings But yeah but i knew i was getting about a cowboys about three or four days before the draft but never came out and visited. So when you got there you're a year at year after tweak member tires and a guy won three superbowls. Was there any any added pressure to replace a guy like aikman who had the standing that he did with alice or was it like kind of like a fresh start for everybody. It was a fresh start. Honestly imagine i you know i grew up With a lifetime dream of making it to the nfl so really that overshadow it being Me being drafted You know the replacement a chore. Eight me i know. It sounds crazy people but my dreams aspirations but the go somebody. I can play in the nfl. And i didn't care who. I follow and no disrespecting toward knows the competitive nature Speak from on that But yeah. I just wanted to be a starting. Nfl uprooted people That i belong and you did get that. You did get that chance of those first couple of years you've got you did get some get some start your feet wet in the nfl. And i actually do. I do vaguely remember this When hard knocks starting in two thousand and two the they follow the cowboys around that year and there was that there was a big story. Line with you and chad hutchinson. Five for that two thousand two starting job. How much do you remember from that. A lot of it you know. I've joked when people say they talk about that. Two thousand two hard now. You know what i'm saying. I was on there. I know game show and chess so much.

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"quincy" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

WGBB Sports Talk New York

03:57 min | 9 months ago

"quincy" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

"Is so low key for us because you know where you know When i was playing we will go to the movies on friday night Have a have a dinner a nice dinner at one of our famous athens fixtures And then you know then. We'll have a meet late night. And then his game time in the morning we played at night me. You know in the morning and kind of go with things a little bit. Have a little walk through but you know i mean. We were a very tight knit group we together the hotel before the games and man. I you know As much as we could man we you know we kind of got away out of town and we kinda blocked up at knows as much as possible because we knew on saturday man. It was gonna be It was going to be craziness. Stadium and And everybody was expecting the best out of us ever served. You gotta be thrilled. That the bulldogs are number one in the rank right now which i am but i am cautiously optimistic man. I'm just you know. I want us to continue to build You know it's a long season You know we gotta stay healthy So you know man. Should i've been living through this This whole forty one years since nineteen eighty. So i'll be honest with you. I'm i'm cautiously optimistic and Man coming from a place point of view. So i'm like kirby in the locker room let's just number one looks good but man. Let's keep chomping at the bits and Shoe at the end of the season. We got three the most important. Three games of georgia football. And that'll be that. Sec championship the first round of the playoffs and the championship. You know so Song cautiously optimistic. Kinda got on my coaches hat. And i just want us to keep improving honestly. Yeah so how is the nineties and early two thousand. Sec landscape different from what we see now. You know I i would say is is pretty similar to be honest with you I know that There's out says a little bit more passing going on But if the tough You know rugged. Who wins the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball Who don't don't turn over the ball and and comes out of the game and the plus Category as far as turnovers You know who's going Who's going really you know. Been out and make plays in the fourth quarter Now you know of course It's been a love gonna change. You know over you know some of the years you got held yet have me coming in with a lot of passing and then missouri snuka bonus Coming from the big twelve and we had to make some adjustments. And i think those adjustments have been made you know i just think As a lot of running games out of three receiver sets which puts you in the shotgun but still ultimately man in sec. We're trying to win that. Line of scrimmage and And then also you know winning the game of the kicking game too but But i who controlled the longest grooms. Tugela quincy carter here. Do you have any games from your georgia career. That really stand out to you. That like like the crowning achievement. From from all you were there. I got a couple minutes. Sure got a few. And i really enjoy my town planning georgia. But i'll send my my freshman year to lsu game was kinda like coming out. Party and And then being in tennessee man they had they had beat us..

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How To Help Someone At Risk Of Suicide

Short Wave

01:43 min | 9 months ago

How To Help Someone At Risk Of Suicide

"We're going to talk about how you may be able to help someone who is suicidal now. My mom is a suicide attempt survivor. And this topic is really meaningful for both of us. Because there's so much shame and stigma that can make people who are suffering unable to safely talk about suicidal thoughts and feelings but as a society these days retu- we seem more open to talking about it. Certainly i mean we have a long way to go but yes we are becoming more open to talking about it. Yeah let's talk first about how prevalent suicide is right now. Well it's the tenth leading cause of death in the united states in two thousand and that's the most recent here we have data for About forty seven thousand people died by suicide and according to the american foundation for suicide prevention. About one point four million people attempted suicide that yet. But here's the thing about suicide. Research shows that suicide is preventable. Yes and there are things that friends and family can do that are genuinely helpful to someone who is struggling with suicidal thoughts. A lot of times folks feel like suicide. Prevention is only something that professionals can do. That's decay quincy lassine. He's a psychologist and has struggled with thoughts of suicide himself and he chairs that lived experience. Division of the american association of suicide allergy and lean says that suddenly getting help from a mental health professional is a very important part of preventing suicide but there are things that each one of us can do when a loved. One is in despair and feeling hopeless. Often it is that simple stuff of showing that you care but in showing up for somebody and being there for them

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Should Discussions of Race Make It Into Our School Curriculum?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | 10 months ago

Should Discussions of Race Make It Into Our School Curriculum?

"Only thing i'm saying is when you're teaching history to a bunch of kids you know you have to teach at all at least you have to teach the basic pointers and for black americans. The history of this country has been less than favourable. So i think that in the context of that discussion saying and to this day. We still have some problems with race. There are some legacies of slavery that still affect black people working on it today. Something like that. That's a kind of racial ization that i'm in favor of because it doesn't encourage stereotyping. It doesn't encourage discrimination. It just encourages a base awareness of some serious problems. So but that's not happening right. Is that largely what we're seeing through school districts like chicago And in washington. Dc and the entire california school system representing ten thousand schools and six million student. I've seen the of documents on those. Yeah it is that it. It doesn't have that kind of nuance and complexity that you just present right where it's eight. Let me just say this has that part of the kind of ark angel triumphant of the woke ism. Coalition is nicole. Hannah jones robin diangelo. Mex- and nicole hannah jones in particular right the author of the sixteen nineteen project She heretical says that america was founded on slavery. Right and so part okay with that but it's just not true. Depends on what you mean by found this. She defines this. She says the founding fathers were in favorite not true. George washington wasn't john adams wasn't john quincy. Adams wasn't thomas jefferson even signed a moratorium new slaves coming into the united states ben franklin chair and anti-slavery convention in seventeen seventy five. None of these guys were writing x. Positionally how wonderful slavery. This isn't being taught to third graders sixteen nineteen projects little new york op. Ed and you know it's not a see that's where you're wrong. The sixty nineteen projects being implemented at school district curriculum in thousands of school districts across grew. Cross it's not just like a podcast. This curriculum there are principles of the sixteen nineteen project that i think are defensible. First of all we as americans tend to think of the founding of our country as its legal founding. You know but the legal. Founding of the united states didn't really mean much for a slave.

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Chief Global and Innovation Officer Sanjeev Shetty Tells Us What Connected Living Is All About

Project Voice - Healthcare Summit - 2021

02:36 min | 11 months ago

Chief Global and Innovation Officer Sanjeev Shetty Tells Us What Connected Living Is All About

"I wanted to quickly take a minute just to talk about connected living who we are and what we've been doing for the past decade or so. So we're based on Quincy masks. We've been around for over ten years, really leading with technology and programs to help communities connect protect and engage residents, families and employees. Regardless of where they live, they could be in a home setting. This would be in any level of living within a senior living lifeline community. Or in a memory care setting, we actually help them connect with families friends, residents and employees. And obviously we've seen this past year, you know, it's been a marathon, but one of the silver linings coming out of it has been just the pace of innovation bread. And we've heard that both some pets and the folks from constant companion mark that innovation has really been in the forefront, whether it's voice for other technologies that have really reshaped the healthcare landscape. And what I wanted to do on this slide is just take a minute to talk about our ecosystem. We at the very core we have a HIPAA compliant cloud based platform what we call as the CMS system. It's a web based admin panel. And what that does is it helps push content out to any of these endpoints that you see around the circle, whether it's the native mobile apps that were created on Android and iOS, whether it's that interim television channel that we bring in through your cable provider or the Apple TV app that we created during the pandemic, making that experience very interactive. Obviously, voice is front and center and is a key part of our strategy on all of our platforms. We were very fortunate to be tapped on the shoulder by Amazon Alexa very early in the days of voice and we have created our own Alexa senior skill with over 200 prompts. And obviously that translates to other platforms as well, such as the robotics that you're going to be able to witness your in the short while. And we've also got really state of the art digital signage. One of the unique things about our signage is that we have a native asset controls 100% of the real estate on the finance, so we can literally do things like integrate with a community social feed. We could customize and design any part of that signage experience. And then of course, you have people who still want your printed newsletters and calendars. We have that

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The American Whig Party

Everything Everywhere Daily

01:55 min | 11 months ago

The American Whig Party

"S weren't important time in american history. I've touched on this area in a few previous episodes in particular the one on the election of eighteen. Twenty four and on the six political eras in american history episode by the time of the eighteen. Twenty election the federalist party had completely fallen apart president. James monroe literally ran unopposed for president in eighteen. Twenty four all four. The candidates for president who received electoral votes came from the same party. The democratic republican party after this election the democratic republican party to fell apart and they were replaced by democratic party which was led by andrew jackson. This is the direct descendant of the modern day political party with the same name in eighteen. Twenty eight the incoming president was john quincy adams and he ran against jackson but the party. He was associated with wasn't really an organized party. It was alternatively called the national republican party the anti jacksonian party and the plain old republican party although this was not related to the modern day party jackson dominated the political landscape during this era from eighteen. Twenty eight to eighteen thirty six. He was president and even after his presidency. He cast a long shadow over american politics. The opponents of jackson were at i simply known as anti jacksonians because they were united in their opposition to jackson. It wouldn't be correct to say that the anti jacksonians were simply a revival of the federalist party. By this time there had been a complete realignment. In the american political system some democratic republicans went on to form the new democratic party but some also became anti jacksonians. The beginning of the whig party began with the nullification crisis. Congress had passed a series of tariffs in eighteen twenty eight and eighteen thirty two which dramatically increase the taxes on imported goods. This was vehemently objected to in the south which called it. The tariff of abominations as the south was highly dependent on agricultural exports

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Jake Recaps an Unreal $40K Weekend

Cracking Aces

02:44 min | 1 year ago

Jake Recaps an Unreal $40K Weekend

"Jake you had a good weekend. You finish eighth in the five hundred dollar bracelet event for almost nine k. You chopped the party to fifteen major for six point five k. And you finished second in the w three twenty one hundred k. Guaranteed whilst heads up to a ten cents and go grindr which that got so so you got. You got twenty three for that. So that's what people wanna talk about. Is that that specific tournament score both burkey matt burke who you've had on the show software why he was streaming it with you at his table from maybe fourteen down and he made the final table as well and it was one of the more wild just rides to the final table. It was pretty crazy. I mean it's funny. How things can change so quickly. Because i mean i basically the chip lead from like i think eighty cash biscuit the chip lead from when the money head down to maybe like sixteen or seventeen and then all of a sudden. We're basically like there's twelve left. Eleven that them on the bubble. And it's like there's and on my table. It's me burkey Vlad was was a turning rag Another attorney rag. And i'll emc each in then the other table go now. The goat was on the other table. Chair Whenever his name was hammy or whatever you know jamming fish that ended up winning it Who was just like a total wild card and so it was i. I was actually fortunate to be pretty card debt and not really have like any like supergirl spots we final table. I literally the first hand this final table. This this guy opens under the gun and then calls like twenty blind region with queens suited And i'm like and i had to like i wasn't even like jan j hammy called with the quincy to raise called. Maybe two hands later. I mean it was just it was just wild. It was like he basically just like would randomly go and pre flop for any amount and he would call any amount like it was actually kinda gross. Because with like five left's i think I was five or five. And i had like seventeen blinds. Ali opens the cutoff and have an incredibly easy region with sixes on the button. But i'm man like obviously this is just like a amazing spot but this guy might call with jack antonoff from big blind like he's stole the chip lead end up getting through and didn't really face any. Ah of those like crazy hands until we got ended up getting heads

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Yo-Yo Champion (MM #3728)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Yo-Yo Champion (MM #3728)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I was scrolling through Facebook. The other day when I saw someone from the town I lived in growing up Quincy Illinois. Post an ad talking about, the Duncan yo-yo Champion coming to town and like 1969 or 1970. He came to one of our drugstores. I believe it was Brown's Rexall out of the shopping center. If I'm not mistaken, I was there and I fell in love with you. Ross is a kid and I was fascinated by these yo-yo Champions who went from town to Town showing all of their skills. You're Duncan Imperials, your Duncan butterflies, I still have probably ten, yo, yo, stashed away somewhere and I haven't played with them for years. I bought the official strings, I've got string wax and I loved playing with yo-yos, I could walk the dog and rock the cradle and do all those kinds of things and I realized fads Come and Go toys come and go but the yo-yo I know was big 50s and I had them in the sixties and seventies, but I don't know if yo yos have ever made a comeback since if they have I must have missed it somewhere. I love caring two or three around in my pocket and playing with them when I was bored. I guess video games have taken them away.

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Yo-Yo Champion (MM #3728)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Yo-Yo Champion (MM #3728)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I was scrolling through Facebook. The other day when I saw someone from the town I lived in growing up Quincy Illinois. Post an ad talking about, the Duncan yo-yo Champion coming to town and like 1969 or 1970. He came to one of our drugstores. I believe it was Brown's Rexall out of the shopping center. If I'm not mistaken, I was there and I fell in love with you. Ross is a kid and I was fascinated by these yo-yo Champions who went from town to Town showing all of their skills. You're Duncan Imperials, your Duncan butterflies, I still have probably ten, yo, yo, stashed away somewhere and I haven't played with them for years. I bought the official strings, I've got string wax and I loved playing with yo-yos, I could walk the dog and rock the cradle and do all those kinds of things and I realized fads Come and Go toys come and go but the yo-yo I know was big 50s and I had them in the sixties and seventies, but I don't know if yo yos have ever made a comeback since if they have I must have missed it somewhere. I love caring two or three around in my pocket and playing with them when I was bored. I guess video games have taken them away.

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Crazy Quincy Jones Lies About Elvis

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:53 min | 1 year ago

Crazy Quincy Jones Lies About Elvis

"Quincy Jones is at it again. Look, the guys are hell of a producer and a ranger. I enjoyed the documentary I watched on him not too long ago. He was done everything. He used to write, he's the range music for Sinatra at 20 bucks a song. That he's made some millions with Michael Jackson. He's amazing. But we know the guy's nuts. We know he's nuts. He was interviewed recently for GQ. And if you remember the last interview, the last time they let him loose, he said that Marlon Brando fucked Richard Pryor. He just went on. And then they corralled him. His daughter's around dad. Stop saying that shit. So he apologized. But now he's back. And the GQ writer asked him if he ever worked with Elvis. And Quincy said, nope, I wouldn't work with him. Why not? They said, and he said, well, I was writing for Tommy Dorsey. Bob, back in the 50s, and Elvis came in and Tommy said, I don't want to play with him. He was a racist motherfucker. I'm going to shut up now, but every time I saw Elvis, he was being coached by Otis Blackwell, the man who wrote the song don't be cruel and Otis would tell Elvis how to sing. Meanwhile, not that Quincy Jones would care, but Otis Blackwell told David Letterman in 1987 that he and Elvis Presley had never met doesn't stop doesn't stop Quincy from telling a good story. So in that interview, Quincy claimed that Dorsey wouldn't let Elvis play with the band because, quote, that motherfucker couldn't see. But as we know, that's not true. If Elvis was a racist, you know, he probably he probably would have rolled over in his grave to see his daughter marry Michael

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Latinos Role in NASA and Mars Perseverance

Latino USA

01:38 min | 1 year ago

Latinos Role in NASA and Mars Perseverance

"Dna through he'll with working late at nastase. Jpl jet propulsion laboratory in pasadena. California the night before the perseverance rover would finally touchdown on the surface of mars. That night. i think it was the only reflecting on that reflecting also when family understanding how far we have gotten us humanity and recognizing that everybody is going to get to see what we're about to do on mars as flight director for the rover. Deanna knew that in just a couple of hours should be a part of history. I was setting up and getting ready for the first spanish language. Landing broadcast and nasa has done for a planetary mission. Orla obama despite while he admitted they order presents yet. Quincy aurora della nasa perseverance equivocal. Doj got his massive data scientists that beneath deanna would lead this broadcast and give a play by play as the rover inch closer and closer to landing. The idea for spanish language broadcasts came to her when she was working on another mars mission about a decade ago curiosity it came to my mind may be like a week or a few days before. Curiosity landed in two thousand twelve. But since then i've been going to the media office Time there's a major mission happening like hey. We should listen spanish. Hey we should do this. In spanish and yet so right before perseverance started. I mentioned it again and constantly feel like for seven years and then they said yes

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Coca-Cola Will Raise Prices to Offset Higher Commodity Costs

WBZ Afternoon News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Coca-Cola Will Raise Prices to Offset Higher Commodity Costs

"Have to pay more to get yourself a can of Coke. Coca Cola CEO James Quincy told CNBC that the company is raising prices on some of its beverages for the first time since 2018 due to higher commodity costs, following similar moves by other consumer products makers. Like J. M. Smucker and Kimberly Clark, the Atlanta based company top first quarter earnings expectations, with store sales strong enough to offset another week quarter of restaurant and bar sales, where Coca Cola has historically enjoyed strong market share.

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Teenager Charged In Dorchester, Boston, Shooting That Damaged Postal Truck

WBZ Afternoon News

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Teenager Charged In Dorchester, Boston, Shooting That Damaged Postal Truck

"Shooting in Dorchester and left a postal truck riddled with bullet holes. A 17 year old suspects been charged with aiding and abetting and assault with a dangerous weapon shooting happened just after noontime yesterday. On the area of Quincy Street, and they see a street Nobody was hurt. But the postal truck and some surrounding cars were damaged Lisa a short time later, the teenage suspect checked himself into an area hospital with a non life threatening gunshot wound. He was later arrested

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Person hospitalized after car slams into health center in Roxbury, Boston

WBZ Morning News

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Person hospitalized after car slams into health center in Roxbury, Boston

"Slammed into a neighborhood vaccination center. WBC's James RoHaas is there and joins us now live with an update. Good morning, James. Good morning, some here on Blue Hill have and Quincy Street at the satellite clinic for the Whittier Street Health Center. The front window smashed out shards of glass scattered all over the sidewalk. It looks like the car that crashed into the building early this morning didn't make its way inside, rather damaging the windows and the facade, but it's hard to say what damage has been left to the structure. No woman has reportedly been taken to the hospital. Their condition unknown. No word how This will affect the vaccination appointments. But when we find out we will be sure to pass it along in Roxbury. James

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Former Boston Police Chief Davis: Kill Switch In Every Police Cruiser ‘Would Be A Good Thing’

WBZ Morning News

01:16 min | 1 year ago

Former Boston Police Chief Davis: Kill Switch In Every Police Cruiser ‘Would Be A Good Thing’

"Yesterday's Rockland 7 11 robbery shot and killed by police after stealing a police cruiser. And then leading officers on a chase through six South shore communities. Here's WBZ TV is Christina Rex, WBZ security analyst and former Boston Police commissioner Ed Davis says. What makes this case unique is not the stolen cruiser but the length of the chase and the amount of times the suspect managed to escape police. Each one of those individual things happens. Really frequently but combined together, this is an unusual circumstance. Leach was shot and killed by police once they finally stopped him in Quincy after a long effort by hostage negotiators. They say he came out of the cruiser brandishing a police rifle. So when the suspect being guarded by officers on the SWAT team to drop the weapon He doesn't comply and starts to make aggressive moves with the police. Only thing they can do is fire. While the unfortunate end of the chase may have been unavoidable, Davis says there's technology in some police cars that prevent them from being stolen, called the kill switch. Now, when asked if somebody did something wrong, Davis says. Not necessarily. The incident is being investigated by the Norfolk County District Attorney's office, which is standard protocol whenever police used deadly force theory.

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‘I Don’t Fault Him’: Rockland Police Chief Says Officer Left Cruiser Unlocked While Running After Suspect

WBZ Morning News

01:25 min | 1 year ago

‘I Don’t Fault Him’: Rockland Police Chief Says Officer Left Cruiser Unlocked While Running After Suspect

"Shooting an armed robbery suspect in a stolen Rockland police car yesterday in Quincy. After a tense standoff in a chase through several towns. The suspect, identified as 36 year old Eric Leach, has died. Is WBZ TV is Nick Emmons officer drew his service revolver, pointed it at him. I told him to get on the ground. He refused to comply with the commands and, in fact, put his arms up and challenge the office of the shoot him. That's when the officer tried to tase Leech, but that didn't work. Cell phone video shows two officers chasing leech around the home before he jumps into Iraq Land Police cruiser that set off a chaotic police chase. Bergen Parkway in Quincy. The big concern the police rifle inside the cruiser that leech managed to unlock at 9:45 A.m.. This standoff came to a violent end despite the numerous request to surrender. The suspect started to come out of the passenger door with the patrol rifle. State police stop team member just charged his weapon and shot the suspect. Norfolk District Attorney's office handles this investigation. Weymouth police also confirming that One of their cruisers was damaged during the Chase, A police officer in Abington was injured after his cruiser hit a utility pole and rolled over during the chase. He is recovering. And is expected to be OK. It

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Robbery suspect killed by police in Quincy identified as Boston area's Eric Leach

WBZ Programming

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Robbery suspect killed by police in Quincy identified as Boston area's Eric Leach

"Released the name of the armed robbery suspect killed by a state trooper in Quincy 36. Year old Eric Leach, with past known addresses in Winthrop and Brockton, Norfolk, D. A. Michael Morrissey says Leach was shot as he exited the Rockland Police Cruiser. He drove away from the scene of a reported armed robbery of a convenience store, the numerous request his surrender. The suspect started to come out of the passenger door with the patrol rifle. The state police stop team member discharged his weapon and shot the suspect. Leach was taken to Boston Medical Center but did not survive. An offer D A's office is investigating. Boston's

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"quincy" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

The Relaxed Dog

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"quincy" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

"He was he was I. It's amazing that you can have. A love for an animal not not that impossible. It's just that and you can. You can totally know that they. They love you back. Quincy Quincy taught me a lot of things growing up, and that's what what I miss greatest about is we We learn from one another. Patience? I learnt patience from from Quincy and I think he learned that the. That, unconditional love and I. I think he knew that I cared about him. And I cared about my son, so it was kind of the transferred. If you love him. I love him too, and that that's that takes you a long ways in the world, and I've kind of learned that through the through the process of of growing older with with with him around, and then you know, since then is young. If somebody finds some greatness in. Somebody you love than. You know if you think if I love you and you love them that much. I can love them to and Quincy's done that. He's got me through some some hard times with with that kind of thought process I know it's Kinda deep on. Maybe. Maybe even some people think that's silly, but. I think dogs are are a little bit more receptive than Than what a LOT OF PEOPLE WANNA! Give them credit for. Absolutely I. Definitely think Ed a lot more people should take a lead from the sentiments that you just said. If there's a that doesn't need to be. A specific reason for love, but if another being. Shows that then then follow and ninety be much bit applies. Oh, absolutely now, that's not to say I. Don't think there's a lot of good things happening in this world, but They're still things that we need to learn you know and you know. Why can't we get that off of of a a dog? while they are an animal. They're still part of our family. We should. We should be able to learn from from anybody or any being or anything Life lessons so i. wholeheartedly think that dogs are are here for that reason as well absolutely well. Thank you again very much for sharing the no problem see. Yeah it. It's not often. That I get to sit and talk for an hour about him, and it's it's. It's great because. I, honestly, if you. If you had more questions I'd be able to talk longer, but I. I I think you probably got a lot more going on on a Saturday than listening to to to talk about Quincy.

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"quincy" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

The Relaxed Dog

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"quincy" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

"Make sure you support that back right near the back haunches. When you're picking them up, because if you don't then you're putting that on wanted pressure on that back and occasionally I would not get it in the right spot, or maybe I twisted him just right whenever as picking up to put him in the in the car because we. We take our dogs. We take our dogs to the in laws, so quincy would always make the trip. He loved riding in cars. That was one thing that he loved going on just. county road rides so. The open county all open The open back roads he he loved just riding, and it used normally a buddy of mine and me that would go to chase storms or whatever you know, just you know whatever? You know. We were doing i. don't even really. JUST RANDOM! Hey, we want to pass some time with chase. This storm in Quincy would ride shotgun right in the middle between us. Just cruise along and he. He loved watching watching the world. habitable. Oh Yeah, yeah. He was a special dog and and. Even even my buddy and my mom and My nephew, who was really really close to. We still talk about Quincy and. He's been gone for about I. Think three years with this past. May I mean I remember the date because. He was He was around before My wife US around before I met my son, my son was born, but I didn't meet him until he was about a month old and so like he was around when those monumental things happened. And he was more than just a dog. or a pet? You've I. He was he was my buddy. He was my number. One Guy, you know. We hung out There were days that you know and I'm not be moaning. The fact I would have anything to do on a on a Friday night or whatever when I'd hang out. Watch TV or we would you know sit out on the patio together? You know he was. He was my buddy. Absolutely like sign many of them are. Sorry Yeah, yeah! No, yeah, I it to this day. the I'll have I'll have dreams that include quincy and I think that's. The, the the cosmic way of of basically told me that he's still around his. He's there with me. And you know that that never will change and so it and it's an and their subtle occurrences in in my in my dreams, it's not the he's the.

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"quincy" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

The Relaxed Dog

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"quincy" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

"Taking his time, you know for the last seven years of his life helped me understand patience of making sure. The dog can take his time going upstairs, and so Clark has has that. Of. Quincy to thank I guess for that lesson for me to have learned rather than going come Clark. Let's hurry up and go upstairs. You know I can take your time. I know you'll get up eventually and I'm right behind you. Simony subtle things that I do teach us that. We don't really think about kill light. Up. And It's unbelievable that every one of my basset hounds that I've had I can see some aspect of quincy in each of them, and the thing is all three of them at all three of them other than you know. Why have had four total? But all three had significant time with Quincy so I think they learn those things in those times that they had with him and. I honestly think that Quincy is the reason why I've owned for you. Know a absolutely because I I, can he he. He bread that love of that style of dog. gather messy. Yeah, they slobber There that's nothing that some paper towel or a junk towel can can clean up you know. Wipe off his face or wipe off her face. because I have a male female now and it's just. They're they're so loving. That's why I love them and in Quincy, set the bar so high, but made it possible for me to say okay. That's all that in Quincy one when he was no. Clark sage or whatever so Clarksburg Quincy! Started a trend in my family that. he actually. Got a Basset Hound because of Quincy one of my best friends from from my childhood He had a Basset Hound I. mean the and it was because they saw what type of dog Quincy was. That did you become a member of any sort of like bass, clubs or anything like that for the quincy sort of just hang with any bring anyone and everyone. Quincy hung out with every single animal that he. All of my dogs other than Quincy Bark at people, walking by Quincy would just sit there like. If you didn't know. Quincy was standing at the door or like on the on the fence line. We have a picket fence right next to the sidewalk. You might be scared because you didn't hear him. You like him and go like what is that? And then you realize it's just quincy standing there. Sniffen, so he, didn't he? We didn't. We didn't have an see. That's the drawback of being in such a small town. In the aspect of there's not a lot of people that have basset hounds, nearby and so it and this was. facebook. Groups didn't really exist where you can kind of coordinate meetings or anything, or if they did, I didn't pay attention to him until you know well past Well past that time I. I mean they they exist now, but my two dogs shoot. They get along with every single dog to they just bark at him though. So Quincy, wasn't he?.

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"quincy" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

The Relaxed Dog

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"quincy" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

"He decided he wanted to be under under the blanket well. He laid on it and it Kinda wrapped under him and I'm like. And, he was already snoring. So I'm like well. Just cover up and. I woke up about I. Don't know how much later after into the night I woke up and he had wrapped himself like a Burrito in the blanket and I had had. I had just a little. Corner of the blanket over me. I'm lacking and he's again. Is knows sticking out the end and he snoring. He's, but he's storing because he's sleeping he just. Watch he's. got a different blanket because he would. He was a he was a funny. Funny Dog I think. That was his unusual I've never met a dog that had kind of a personality of being so playful, but kind of like almost the equivalent of dry humor because he would do it at the most inopportune times like you wouldn't think he was doing he was doing. It was just being funny. Or? Maybe I'm over thinking I don't know I I truly think that dogs have personalities in the aspect of having sense of humors too because. I i. just think they have to. Why not do that at all, or at least that with the interpretation of humor, and they just think right? Yeah I'm just I'm just doing it in a right right. It's funny to us. And, so you gotta think that you know they're playing so whether or not. You? Know I guess if they they play and they yelled out. They understand that that's not them playing anymore. I guess I don't know but I. Just Quincy was so funny when it came to that aspect of. A. He knew when to I'd be talking to him or something and he. He didn't like touch too much. which was kind of kind of what I wanted? I didn't want a dog that had to be a lapdog, but would be once in a while I, guess you know to be able to come over..

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"quincy" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

The Relaxed Dog

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"quincy" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

"Home Wrigley was another rescue in the aspect that he was a foster dog and and we had to rescue. We had to rescue him we. We rescued him through adoption. and. So we brought Quincy, We brought quincy outside to him to Wrigley so he could at least meet him. There and Quincy was a literally sniff them. Licked his forehead turned around and watch. It was kind of one of those that we. We assumed that if he didn't growl and Bark Adam and try to you know hurt him. That I think he was going to be okay with them and and Quincy. Never they never actually had any fights. It was it was? It was always kind of well. And I I had I had a a son a young son. They were basically a my son was born. July, ninth and I got Quincy on July twenty fifth. So. They were kind of born into my family. Are about the same time so whence? He kind of knew how to be gentle with young. Younger beings so I mean he he would allow you utilize. Allow my son to Yank his ears, and and things like that. We only had one time ever that we We had any issue and it was because I surprised I was holding my son. I was surprised when I sat down next to him, and he snapped at me and we had that was the only time we had ever enter any issue and after that he realized well. You know a little boy. He's holding his pretty important and from that day on. Never had any issue whatsoever with Quincy Ma Really Good Day Him with a double whammy. Hey, I've got a new four legged friend and right leg at the house right. Happening Oh. Yeah, and he he was, he was great at taking taking things in stride. I think he's send. If if I was okay with it and I think that was the connection that we had. We had that connection right at the beginning. That kind of he trusted that. If I was okay with it, he was going to be okay with two. Very light back did I have any we'd habits or anything like that at all for that, you would think for. Weird habits. I could say he. He was prankster. I really can't tell you that there was a couple of different times. And the one the one that really stands out other than the bread We. I was single. Still Work, you know I was still in that process of still living at home with my mom and everything, but he would occasionally he would need to go outside so and at this At where we lived, we had to take him out and so I had to get dressed and take him out on a leash and everything so when he woke me up, I knew. He had to go so I think he realized that every time that he did that I. got up snips just as quickly as possible and.

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"quincy" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

The Relaxed Dog

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"quincy" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

"Most of the time from Quincy in the in the show, but luther would leave the room in quincy would be in by himself in the room by himself, and you'd hear brewer. And then you'd walk in or they. The character walk back into the room and the room would be trashed and there's quincy back in back in his in his. Wagon. Mike Quincy was very similar in the aspect of that's where the broken bag of sugar you know he. He was running he whenever I'd come. we lived in a in a mobile home which you walk in about halfway into the into the the mobile home and he's got eighty feet. From one end to another and he would take, he would run five six times at full speed, just bellary Moore back and forth as he ran off esteem like he was so happy to see me. Oh, he demolished the bag of sugar. While I was gone at work, so I can see that parallel that they did it very well. They had they had Bassett demeanor down very well. quincy have any favorite toys and you know He. He was not a toy dog. I have a couple of pictures where he had one of the rope bones that we bought him in the past and things like that, but that wasn't even he wasn't playing with it when I took those pictures. Just, to play with it, we had already had introduced are second bass on Quincy was about. I WANNA. Say seven years old or so when we introduced Wrigley our second basset. Hound will Wrigley loved toys, so he would go around and grab every could so I have pictures of Quincy with the toys that we bought him a few years earlier. In his mouth simply because he didn't look Wrigley to have him you, he was us. He was funny in that aspect. He wasn't being mean about it. He was just like no. You're not gonNA have this rope bone. This one's mine you know, and then after Wrigley owes like okay, I don't get. He would lay back down and walk away from it with no interest. Just Kinda do to kind of save. This is mine. This is my house. Understand that these toys R. Mine, even though you're playing with them but at the same time he he would play with Wrigley, so and Wrigley was just one of those, and I know him introducing a second one, but the Quincy was the only dog that Wrigley loved. So, that's why I brought up Wrigley in that aspect is quincy was. There were dogs that. Re like I said Wrigley didn't get along with any. My inlaws have dogs that hated Wrigley. Quincy. Quincy was like. The just that that dog everybody loved cats weren't even afraid of him and Quincy wasn't matic cats, he. He's just like. Hey, you know what you do your thing. I'M GONNA. Do my thing, north and light back so I'm guessing now and I wish us when when Wrigley was introduced into the household. Well, we we kind of did that slowly. we brought him..

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"quincy" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

The Relaxed Dog

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"quincy" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

"Not that DNA roughly how old quincy would have been with We took him to the vet shortly thereafter because he was in sort of rough shape he was, he was a little mediated, didn't. Hadn't eaten very extremely well, sue's kind of thin so we wanted to make sure he was good health wise other than that, and and so we took him, and the doctor, said he he was about a year and a half to two years old at the time we got him or car not, and it didn't have any other, the dogs or or other pets at the time. No, it was just my momma. May that live together I was justed had stopped going to college for a while and I was trying to Start working in the world saw still living at home, and so we hadn't had an a pet. sense. You know probably when I was in fifth or sixth grade, so had been four or five years the. or at least a little bit more than that shoot. I'm backdate myself about eight or nine years I guess since we'd had an an a pet, so we decided. She decided that she would allow me to have. A dog at her house, so. How the the few weeks and months of Quincy's arrival in the household. Oh. My you know honestly the. He spoke to me right away. He knew I was is owner. I guess I was his his lead dog, I guess because As soon as he came to me, I walked him home. From my brothers, we were only. Half a mile away, so we walked and he tried to sleep on on the couch with me like he that day. that we brought him home, so I think I. Think it. Honestly, it was one of those that we Kinda knew that we were each other's We're each other's bodies from the get-go and rather wasn't. There wasn't much. There wasn't much of a kind of feeling out process, either we just we just Kinda. Really just we knew we were. We were meant to be with each other. Ruin off that I'm in saw. Oh, outside dogs from the start, and that changed inside inside from the get go I personally I don't. I don't I don't have any use for dogs outside of them. Being my pet so personal. My personal feeling is my dog going to be an inside dog. He's GonNa Sleep on the couch. She's going to get on the furniture This is his house. You know and that's the way I treated it with Quincy was. This is my house, but it's yours, too. You know, and so we we. Never went into a cage when. I had to go to work I didn't have to worry about him. He he was a crazy dog, but I'd never had to worry about him in putting them in a in a cage because I.

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"quincy" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

The Relaxed Dog

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"quincy" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

"The relaxed dog podcast sponsored by THERALAC dog. Thank. You for listening I'm your host Robert over. And our hope that you and your dog well. This week is the last week to vote for last month. I can't believe my dog ate something. Head on to the relaxed dog podcast, facebook group and cast your vote. GotTa cut loose small autumn's in doggy news and also a trivia question this way, Foia. Let me know if you think that's worth doing every week. Marcus Week is a first for me the first international guest he's Niamey's Sam Sprung. From the five hundred section lounge podcast all the way from Alban Indiana in the A and we're going to talk about Quincy. But I and coincidentally also from Indiana. A sixty two year old woman is facing felony counts of animal cruelty. After she tried to neuter her dog herself. No. No and no. If. You're concerned about any medical conditions that your dog. My have see a vet. Now there are big dogs, and then there's Freddie the dine. In, two thousand, sixteen Freddie climbed the title of the world's biggest dog in the Guinness Book of Records US official. Hot was recognized at seven feet six inches tall when standing on his hind legs. Freddie is just about to celebrate he's. Birthday and he is weighing in at roundabout ninety four five kilos. Freddie resides in Norfolk England. And described as a gentle giant. A, Trivia, question. Yes, it's obviously related to dogs if I said five. Cent. Tie Sam Seven. Boycott. And car. Can you tell me? What movie am I talking about? A percent in Nia, facebook group, and now onto this week's. Guest Sam Springer welcome everyone to the relax dog podcast I. Am here today with Sam and we're going to talk about Quincy. Yes. Prospect, into. Why or how way did Quincy and you connect? Okay well actually we gotTA. GotTa go back even further than probably good ten years prior to when I got. Quincy and land gone back and and. There was a TV show when I was growing up called coach here in the United States and. Craig T. Nelson was the coach. American football coach and a his assistant coach had a dog, and it was a basset hound in quincy and I loved. The character the assistant coach interacting with the dog and. I told my mom that day. That of that episode that I saw was my first dog. That I own as an adult will be a basset hound, and if it's a boy, I'm naming him quincy. So, that's kind of where the seed was planted because fast forward when I was twenty, two getting ready to turn twenty three. My Mom tricked me saying that at my brother's house that my brothers dogs head got stuck in the in the fence and I'm like well just with fence. It's chain link what? What is it that I need to do to do this and? she said we're just really worried. He's GonNa. He's going to get hurt I'm like no problem so I I worked in a factory and I was coming home and I walked to the back yard. And that's when my mom turned around and Quincy was with her and So, so I that was that was my dog. You know so. She had rescued him. There was The the animal shelter close by our home at A. She worked in the with the city government and the. The animal shelter had contacted her because she said if you ever get a full-blooded Basset Hound. That's what I WANNA. Know So. They contacted her and. They waited the seven days that was required, and then they adopted quincy for me so That's where we made.

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"quincy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"quincy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"World War two veteran in Quincy who stormed the beaches of Normandy in World War two wins his battle with corona viruses name is Arthur Macintosh and back on March eighteenth the sun chip it was a nurse practitioner and who writes the tea into the city every day tested positive for corona virus he was worried about his dad so he left their home in Quincy his sister Mary Frances came home from Vermont to take care of their dad we are hoping that things would go well but about four days or five days I think after chip my brother had the virus next on the stand to show symptoms of the virus her father art mac Macintoshes quantum is one hundred years old we thought that this you know really would be his to mines but Mary Francis is also a nurse she stayed and care for her father and so did the neighborhood like I'd love to have a coffee and donuts I called someone and sure enough ten minutes later there was a donut from Dunkin donuts you know we love lock in a few doughnuts Mr McIntosh turned the corner and he's about to celebrate another birthday right his birthday is on the fourteenth he'll be a hundred lunch and this family three of whom **** coronavirus and recovered have a lot to celebrate this birthday of twenty twenty several workers at whole foods in Lynnfield test positive for coalbed and now the stores close James Rowe Haas with more whole foods not expected to reopen for a few more days as it goes under a deep cleaning in a statement the grocery store chain says several employees at the Linfield location off of ninety five tested positive over the past few weeks no word exactly how many employees this comes after other stores including several walmarts across the Commonwealth were forced to shut down after clusters of cases were found whole foods employees will reportedly still receive a paycheck it says they've been performing daily enhance sanitation measures including multiple professional deep cleanings throughout the facility James Rowe Haas WBZ Boston news radio Worcester pastor holds a Sunday service with more than ten people even performing a baptism we have the right to disobey I can't baptize somebody on a zoom meeting pastor Chris Casey has twice been fine for ignoring the state's coronavirus emergency orders I don't know if there's a fine coming I don't know if they're going to come arrest me supporters held signs and flags outside the church Sunday critics call his actions misguided and city officials of Worcester say essential construction shut down amid the pandemic can resume this week that includes polar park polar park the future home of the Worcester red Sox next year ten oh eight trees the jockey over Bloomberg business news on a Monday good morning to you what's happening today Laurie staying at home means a lot of people eating breakfast at home coca said it selling more minute maid orange juice Pepsi says we're eating more Quaker oats and General Mills whose main businesses breakfast is one of the few companies still trying to predict the year ahead and the maker of Cheerios is raising its sales forecast it's also doing well with investors the majority of stocks are nuts the Dow was falling a hundred ninety eight points the S. and P. is down fifteen nasdaq which is also seeing a more wind losers and winners is rising nine points now I'm Tracy junkie Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston news radio the following is a true story I had a lady that was in her mid seventies and I'd so time sure and that was the lowest I've ever felt in my life I knew then that I had to do something to simply not to go to hell for selling Tom sure Chuck me dell founded Wesley financial group to help folks cancel their time shares permanently calling her and everybody that I'd sell time sure to and I said this is what I said to you that was a lot and this is what you need to do to cancel your time sure from that point people started referring friends to Maine to help them cancel a time sure and that's how it all started out fault the world's largest time sure come in federal court if I had lost that lawsuit there would be no one helping people that have been lied to with about time sure if we take you as a client we will cancel your time Sir or will give your money back that's what makes us different call Wesley financial group now for a free information kit eight hundred ninety one fifty two fifty two that's.

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"quincy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"quincy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In Quincy there is help in the form of grants for small businesses in the city the Americans he was joined by congressman Stephen Lynch to make the announcement on Thursday WBZ's Carl Stevens reports Quincy is home to a lot of small businesses about still with a few employees that just live on the Aaron come they're hurting right now they're hurting like so many others because of the virus related closings that's why mayor Thomas Kok said he was pleased to announce this new grant program with money coming from the federal cares act so this grant program that was challenging will provide small grants up to ten thousand dollars per to assist his system to hopefully keep them moving so they'll be able to re open applications will be accepted online to may fifteenth it has to be a small business and the mayor stressed grants will not be awarded on a first come first serve basis Carl Stevens WBZ Boston news radio thirty million Americans have now filed for unemployment here in the bay state over seventy thousand new claims filed in the last week bringing the Commonwealth's total to over seven hundred thousand since mid March WBZ TV's Michael across has more on how people are navigating the process getting it was a little difficult Helen Sullivan was laid off from her job in the restaurant industry around mid March and file for unemployment right away she's received her money and is now helping friends and colleagues work through the application process it may take a little time but it will show up Massachusetts reported that another seventy thousand people file for unemployment last week since the corona virus more than nine hundred thousand people including gig workers have lost their jobs in the last six weeks twenty four percent of the Massachusetts should million workforce has filed for unemployment Massachusetts Greg Sullivan is with the Boston based think tank pioneer institute he's been tracking Massachusetts unemployment during the pandemic and how the state is reacting to the increased demand in my opinion even though people might may be very frustrated I I give them high marks for adjusting to this level increased Greg Sullivan says people should be persistent and keep in touch with the unemployment office once you get through to the right people there are very helpful they're training for unemployed wedding photographer Lisa Rigby being persistent worked she found out Wednesday her money is on the way to your bank this is huge this means that I will pay my bills on time and it's a huge just one less extracting rock with me Greg Sullivan with the pointer institute recommends that people reach out to their state representative to try to get some more traction on their case the checker sports traffic and weather coming up next this is a Bloomberg money minute stocks head into the Friday session with modest gains for the week but the market is coming off a down day after the government reported another three point eight million first time claims for unemployment benefits filed last week chief economist Charles Dumas at TS Lombard thinks the market's recovery it's gotten ahead of itself it's only if you think this session is going to be replaced by a huge bounce back that you can possibly justify that kind of pricing with seeing in the market and I don't think you can expect a huge bounce back more dismal economic data is expected today is the nation's purchasing managers report on April manufacturing a sharp pullback is expected a government report on March construction spending is also forecast to show weakness workers from Amazon whole foods Instacart Walmart target and fed ex or expected to walk off the job today to.

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"quincy" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"quincy" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"In Quincy mass and Lisa rights my mother passed away in December without a will or anything written down with her intentions she had two children including me and she wasn't married how difficult will it be to settle her estate now do we need to worry about any challenges well when you die without a will folks it's in this case it sounds like it the issue she was already a widow yeah okay so that that's a very different analysis than if you have a spouse living so one I'm gonna tell you I'm gonna start off the story by telling you that all of you out there if you don't want to do any estate planning at least to a well I it's not the best it's not going to avoid probate is not gonna reduce estate taxes it's not gonna protect assets from a nursing home but at least it will direct where you want your assets to go because without it which is the case here the family is going to need to go to what they call the intestate succession statute which dictates where assets go when somebody doesn't tell us no that's for only assets that would have been in mom's name alone without a beneficiary or joint owner went out a beneficiary without a joint owner correct so back up a little is it going to make it harder for the children now well maybe maybe not children first and foremost goal look at the assets how were they owned where they joined no probate it just passes to the surviving joint owner that's pretty easy don doesn't go through the well if they are in her name alone but actually have a designated beneficiary like can I read does sure or even like brokerage accounts can have right you can have a get up that way lately check with the brokerage house check with the bank check with the IRA institution that's holding the money and see who the beneficiary is that's listed those avoid probate those go directly to the surviving owner no problem okay real estate tends to be the trick Yassin real states likely to if there was no planning in no way all real estate is likely to be in mom's name alone right that's going to go to probate you can make it harder yeah a little bit harder so now it's in probate you're going to now have to file something called an administration because when you die without a will it's not it's a different kind of a process you got to get an administrator appointed not so much a personal representative the court's going to appoint somebody hopefully one of the children will just petition to be appointed and nobody will object and then your appointed once your appointed ten you need to go follow the statute if the statute says you know the next closest next of kin in this case happens to be no parents living no spouse living kids living can all go to the kids find you luck out equally it would still go to the kids but you gotta check the statute and then you need to take your appointment from the probate court and actually prepare the deed and transfer it to the to the kids get things distributed and of course you're gonna have to go through probate with an inventory in accounting for all other assets that might be in your own name lot easier when you do your planning folks if you have a question you'd like to ask Todd visit our website legal exchange show dot com click on the ask tied tab in hopefully tides into will stop you from being his next to real life stories in the.

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"quincy" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"quincy" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"They've done something that people would be dying to do some. Getting getting Dave formation out understanding that quarterback margins is really the vision of that the podcasts. Yeah. Especially now Quincy is so much more of a mental game. I mean there so much going on at the line of scrimmage before the snap even takes place nowadays percent, Sylvie moving parts to deepen. There's things that they can do like we talked about earlier with the spread offense Just world world way. way. Hippie late on the coverage is constantly changing. So being being lied about the neck is is the differentiating factor. All right. And the NFL draft is upon us. Here we are recording this before the draft. But by the time this airs the draft will be over. So what quarterbacks have you worked with that are in this year's draft. And who do you think has the highest potential to make it in the NFL here for sure I'll be biased because one of my guys is Jesse should be one of your quarterbacks. Take it. I work with Wayne Haskins through this process. So that's that's my guy. I'm gonna be rocking with. I I love. I mean, I know mostly but come up with they're very around drew jeers calibrates. So they're young guys. So I see them for but having worked with way throughout this whole feature process. That's that's who I'm bend on. That's my guys rolling. Okay. I'll be keeping my eye on Dwayne Haskins for sure to see what happens there. What's neck? For you Quincy. What kind of goals or plans the half yourself? A future continue growing quarterback is over and business. We're terribly probably the biggest quarterback training program. TV a great dad, you know, to keep doing all those things I'll have the biggest quarterback training program all the country. And then I'll be getting a daughter off to school pretty, so I'm so all those things beside of awesome. All right. Last thing I'm gonna hit you with here Quincy. I love to ask all the dads that again in the podcast about advice. They would give to new parents. I'm going to frame it a little bit differently here for you. What type of advice? Do you have the new data out there? That is just at the beginning stages of becoming a single father. Our tell just cherish it in the value communication. I don't know what the child with the person, you're so parenting, when you know, of course, go through some difficult moments because it's the most. But you just had her saying that you had put the kid. I no matter what and understand that. Everybody's usually trying to work from the decision of wanting with specialty Casey's gotta be vocalizing communicate. Why thing if you think maybe more helpful than is? Well, said great advice. This has been a lot of fun for me. You are a first class father all the way, and I gotta say Quincy Avery. Thank you so much for give me a few minutes of your time on first class. Fatherhood. I appreciate having. Okay. I'm back with some closing thoughts. And just a second year. Back to wrap things up here on I last fatherhood. I gotta give a special. Thank you once again to Quincy Avery for giving me a few minutes of his time. Here was so cool. Please send me up on Twitter. Guys, drop me that over on Instagram. Let me know about today's episode. I always loved the regia feedback. And as a result of the NFL draft Quincy Avery's guy Dwayne Haskins went fifteenth overall to the Washington Redskins. So congratulations to both of them. And I wish Quincy every the best of luck with all the quarterbacks these training. I am gonna drop the link to his Instagram account into description of today's podcast episodes. You could just click on it and check out and find out more about him. And what he's got going on and lock it in for tomorrow. We're gonna finish off strong with frogman Friday edition of first place by the former navy seal Chris McKinley will be here to close out the week. Right. That's all I got you guys today. I'm Alex lace. You have been listening to I last fatherhood. And please remember guys, we are not babysitters. We are followers, and we're not just fathers. We are first class fathers. Some time. I open. No. Town.

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