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"The Dow is up 643 points at his almost 2% money news in ten minutes on double ETP Sports at 15 and 45 powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white Think red any dancing in sports George Uh well not really as far as the injuries are concerned Unless you meant to unless you had myself unless you met me dancing again You should have seen George Yeah Were you rocking there George Yeah he was Ready to go Out in Nashville and today injury report Landon Collins Eric flowers both dealing with foot injuries not to practice and say JD mckissick west whites are also sitting out of practice says Washington will fly to Vegas short week as they will face the Raiders on Sunday tonight Dallas and New Orleans now head coach Mike McCarthy this evening he has tested positive so he is not going to coach We knew that he will not be on the sidelines This evening for the cowboys and the saints capitals home to Chicago tonight caps Right now with 33 points on the year as they own an 8 game home winning streak against Chicago that is a 7 o'clock start this evening Wizards snap back a total tomorrow after last night's win college basketball women's side 8th ranked Maryland hosting Miami 8 o'clock start at Xfinity center baseball the Major League Baseball owners officially locking out the players early this morning 9th work stoppage and Major League Baseball history first lockout since 1990 which means no transactions can take place no winter meetings as well you figure things will heat up as you get closer to spring training George Wallace you'll be sports All right George up ahead Another local community decides it will have a plastic bag tax will tell you where coming up three 17.

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Fresh update on "red river" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:00 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "red river" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Should be the people at the ballot box And the court didn't get involved at all University of Baltimore law professor Jim Whaley on Skype with art Dmitry 7 you're listening to one O 3.5 FM and WTO P dot com You're with WTF and dean lane Sports at 15 and 45 powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white Think red Thursday morning December 2nd welcome in four 15 sports time Here's what the wizards dominated down low in a one 15 one O 7 win over the Timberwolves outscoring Minnesota 68 to 44 in the paints led by Daniel gafford's double double in three blocks and montrez harrell's ten dunk night off the bench to power his team high 27 points That dude's an impact player right coach west on sale junior He's a good player And he's impacted a lot of our wins I've said it before He was 6 mayor of the year for a reason It's not like this is unique for him He's done this with other teams His ability to come in and change the complexion of the game through the hustle plays the scoring the energy the rebounding whatever it is He has an impact The late great Len bias was an impact player in college park where Maryland honored him with a sea of yellow number 34 jerseys in the stands but on the courts the Turks suffered an embarrassing 62 58 loss Mark Turin's second straight and third in the last 5 it's tough And I always talk to the guys about sticking together You gotta figure out a way We had leads in the last two games We had a great home crowd Student section was terrific and we weren't able to get it done It was also a tough night at the Smith center where two and 7 George Washington lost their third in a row 56 54 to Boston University Americans losing skit is up to 5 games after taking a 80 57 beating from stony brook but 6 and two navy blew out William and Mary 75 56 to win their 5th straight Major League Baseball is now officially in its first work stoppage in 26 and a half years after a failed last ditch negotiation between the league and the union that lasted all of 7 minutes Rob would work to open sports All right thanks rob forz haven't seen an update on traffic and weather a minute away Meantime here's what's happening This early thirsty as you ride rise with us here at WTP CBS News brief The COVID omicron variant is discovered in a Northern California man who recently returned from South Africa CBS News medical contributor doctor David agus This is the beginning of new awareness here in the United States that we have to take this seriously And the January 6th house panel votes to hold former Department of Justice official Jeffrey Clark in contempt.

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Boomer: Brooks 2 late TDs, No. 6 Oklahoma beats Texas 55-48

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Boomer: Brooks 2 late TDs, No. 6 Oklahoma beats Texas 55-48

"Kennedy Brooks thirty three yard touchdown run with three seconds left gives number six Oklahoma fifty five forty eight come from behind victory over number twenty one Texas in the Red River showdown the Longhorns let forty one twenty three late the third quarter Brooks rushes for two hundred seventeen yards and two scores while you backup quarterback Caleb Williams replaces Spencer rattler in the second quarter throws for two hundred eleven yards and two touchdowns to Marvin mims who was impressed with the day from Brooks well watching around you never goes down you know first to tackle them may I put my money on it he's gonna break yeah I just special by a special guy Texas quarterback Casey Thompson throws five touchdown passes with two going to save your worthy recorded nine catches for two hundred and sixty one yards I'm Mike Reeves

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Fresh update on "red river" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:0-2 sec | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "red river" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"45 powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white Think red 1115 here's Robert fork Are Adele Capital One arena has been home sweet home to the wizards now 8 and two in D.C. after a one 15 one O 7 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves Mantras harrell was again the catalyst the scored a team high 27 points mostly on ten dunks His trust feeding off the home crowd coach west unsell junior I'm sure quite a bit He's an emotional player Those are big plays that he makes and they're momentum swings You can feel the energy change And I think it's not only good for him Those plays impact our bench They impact our overall.

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"red river" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

08:09 min | 3 months ago

"red river" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

"The wet like litigate inside my head because all i want to do is tell a story in entertaining people. It's lovely and we will mean to your second series. The sunny hawk series. They've got four bucks a net. It's another story. takes us. Range of patrolling. The border lands now that won that series one based mass market paperback novel for both nine twenty nineteen and twenty twenty the remain faithful to the texas seating. But you certainly know how to tell a good takes a story to tell us more about the ticks that you know i was born fourth-generation tastes and i was. I was born in the state. This is my state. this is These are the people that i grew up with. I love everything about texas. We're we're so unique They we stand alone and we kind of feel like we do takes. His exit came into the union in a completely different way than than the other states as we have says a pride that really impacted things that we do in the things that we say right. And so i. I wanna tell i'm telling stories about all of takes not just small parts. We spoke earlier about how people think. Texas desert like monument valley. John wayne country. But it's not it texas very end so i wanted. I'd been writing the river series since nineteen. I'm he says twenty eleven starting with the rock whole the for my first novel and my agent after about four or five six books she said i want you start writing something a little different it. Would you consider writing thrillers. And i told her try. And so i wanted to sit somewhere differently so would be down the rugged been country of texas. It's it's it's it's country it's still untouched. In many ways still rough desert country is mountainous dangerous. Everything out there will stick or stay or cut you one way or the other. If you're out away from the towns. And so i wanted to bring all that to live with sunny hot. And what better. Main major protagonist would could you come up with other than a texas ranger. Who is is a lot like the old rangers of the eighteen hundreds but at the same time he has his human quirks is very petuous he will get himself into trouble in situations that if he would sit and think about it for low volume. You didn't do but it. It gives us since venture in that sense thriller cents and when i turned that first book into them hawks pray my agent said well. This is a thriller. I've never like. I've never read before she goes. This is a western thriller and so then all of a sudden i realize i'm writing contemporary western thrillers. On top of everything else and friendly enough. You'll read river theories although it is seat in the nineteen sixties considered historic. Now isn't it. isn't that funny. I grew up without sixty seven years old. I grew up in that era. People looking back saying well that that's history from a long time ago but it's still there. I still remember it very well in. And i wanted to bring those people in our old fashioned way of thinking and talking into these novels reserve it. Texas is changing as we speak a huge influx of people moving into the state. Our small towns are not the same small towns. I grew up with and we're even losing our sense of language like old timey language that we talk about words or phrases that my grandparents used that are going to be gone someday and so i include those in the novels also as well as the way of life that then i lived in. They lived in the mid sixties. They weren't completely out of the depression at that. Point these folks. They survived the great depression around the states. They had gone to war during world war. Two many many men and women went over there and then korea claimed even more people. And i think it's slow down the growth in my region in the northeast texas region. Up until the seventies would find Out so i was caught. I wasn't i should say call. I lived between two generations and it was a perfect time for me to see how the old folks lived. And how i grew up calling the old folks. They were younger than i am now. But that's how i look at the series as you've mentioned began with the rock home twenty and lebron and at that stage. Your hero need fakher or you'll sink character. He is a hero as well. He's a farmer and a part time. Sheriff who's dealing really with domestic disputes and moonshine. That's very quiet little country area and when he spiced with a mood he pays up with a famous black Sheriff from neighboring county john washington. Now it seems to me. The year is nineteen sixty four within really heckled in texas at that time that have white and black sheriff would together. Isn't that interesting that you say that because it would Let me correct you a little bit. Ned parker as a constable. He's not a sheriff john. Washington as deputy sheriff in nearby chisholm texas. But it happened. And i know it happened could happen because my granddad was ned parker and i knew john washington whose real name was leroy sites and they worked together on a number of occasions on on crimes that had occurred in that region in that rural area. My granddad was a former but constables. At that time were elected officials that were just an outreach of the sheriff's department in paris texas or what chisholm today and so he my granddad work for the sheriff's department and he took care of drugs. He settled family disputes. Whatever but he did it all his own but sometimes you do those things on there too dangerous or you need someone witty and at that time is what you mentioned that time there. Were you know there was some. There was division between the races and so when my granddad would need to go to certain areas he would call john washington whose charge was to take care of as as i heard mr leroy say his job was to take your his people. That's who he dealt with and he was as big as i make him out to be in the novels it was a giant of a man. I i tell her one. Think think of green mile and john coffey in the green mile mr leroy was about the size of a huge man and so i use them the foundation the basis of my characters and i use a lot of what i saw the rock whole habit in a huge in the sense not to the extent that the murderer was dealt with as idea with in the novel Spoilers but it. It's something that happened. It's a it's a crime that my granddad investigated when i was ten years old and he that went on for well over a year until it just fell off my radar's child. I didn't think about it until i was wrong. And he was retired and we were sitting on the porch. His farmhouse watching is farm was situated so close to the river. I i can see the land where the land down toward the river. And i could see the lights of oakland attending oklahoma and had our sitting on his porch watching the cattle out in the pasture and i remembered all the events that happened in that i put in the rockall and ask him to take you know. Did you ever catch this guy. And my granddad looked at me with these coal ice blue eyes that he had a looked away. Looked back at me again. He said well son sometimes some folks just need kill it. And that's all he would tell me and with that sentence. I saw what really happened. It will happen up on that river and this rural area which was inhabited by men that had survived world war. Two we said the men that survive korea in the men and women whose lives were impacted by someone who was up what we know today as a budding serial killer and so i'm just i couldn't wrap my head around what they could've done or capable of doing so. I took an idea and i folded into the manuscript and.

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Fresh update on "red river" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

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00:06 sec | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "red river" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"At 15 and 45 powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white Think red At 9 15 here's rob what fork All right del we're late in the second half in college park Maryland and Virginia tech battling it out on a night when the terrapins are remembering one of their greats George Wallace another one of Maryland's greats is live at Xfinity center with the details All right rob 28.9 to go This is a one point game Virginia tech with the lead the 8 seconds to shoot as they are forced to call time out Virginia tech is just broken 8 for 8 streak as far as field goals are concerned and Marilyn playing some good defense last couple of possessions Now in a 6 O run in the last couple of minutes from Maryland they cut this lead to one Produce wahhab has 18 for the terrapins Big number here in this one around 15 turnovers from Maryland in just one of 11 from three The good news the 11 for 11 from the free throw line 28.9 to go Virginia tech with a one point lead here in college park.

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"red river" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

01:39 min | 3 months ago

"red river" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

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"red river" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

01:50 min | 3 months ago

"red river" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

"red river" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"red river" Discussed on WTOP

"Red River technology decisions aren't black and white. Pink red at 11 15. Let's check in with George Wallace. Alright, Michelle. We got a good 12 minute warning Falcons trying to hold on for their second win of the year. Leading Carolina 25 17 a missed extra points in the last touchdown from Todd Gurley and the is still just the one score game. Panthers have the ball. Teddy Bridgewater 14 1938 Yards left the game for a little bit of time after being hit as ah with a neck injury, But he did come back in P. J. Walker relief. Tim relieved him, but Bridge water back in the game. He's thrown a touchdown in Curtis Samuel Samuel, also with rushing TD on the night and the Panthers have the ball down. Eight need to score in two point conversion to try and force overtime down a level Trevor Laurence has tested positive for covert 19. The Clemson quarterback will miss the game against Boston College this weekend. His coach says he is doing fine, mild symptoms right now, but will not be able to play. Of course, Lawrence, the projected number one overall pick comes out next year and also the Heisman Trophy. Runner this year, but we'll miss this week's game with Boston College. Tony LaRussa back is the manager of the Chicago White Sox. At 76 years old. The Hall of Famer rejoins the franchise where he got his managerial career started more than four decades ago. He's won three World Series one with the A's then two more with the Cardinals most recently back in 2011, ESPN reporting a J. Hinch and the Tiger is very close to locking up a deal for him to become the manager of Detroit. He was the manager of the Astros, but suspended for this past season for his role in the signs. Stealing scandal. He was fired.

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"red river" Discussed on Big Data Beard

Big Data Beard

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"red river" Discussed on Big Data Beard

"Bathroom all communicating all these, you know capabilities and features all at once right? I'm going to run out of storage but you know, there are a couple of different things that you know, Red River in the team of the kind of explored. Some of that is is pruning some of those data's month, you know, others are kind of the summaries indexes that you see in Splunk, right? So, I mean a lot of times if you have a consistent setting or you know reading on a sensor for a period of time, but it's fairer you could summarize that right and say well throughout this whole period of time this was just one value. So now we don't have to have multiple readings at that same value. We can you know, kind of reduce that, you know cost off. Storage there and then there's also the compression techniques, right so implementing, you know the compression which I think is default on Splunk indexers from that mistake and and they you know, sometimes it depending on the data source that could be extraneous information that you know isn't necessarily relevant to the application that you're looking for for the good the answers out of the iot appliances off in prune those specific data fields off and just kind of keep what's necessary. So you mentioned spunk a couple of times and I'm curious from your point of view. How is Red River partnering with Splunk to deliver value to your customers both for you know iot use cases, but all these cases where the worst blinking and stated everything platform really, you know play oh man, so glad you asked cuz I'm actually involved in a quite a few of those projects and there's a lot, you know, we've been working with Splunk on the return to work initiative a couple of other initiatives and Splunk is a core component of some of our strong. Just Solutions, right? So especially you know, when you talk about the iot space right security is definitely a big concern. I was actually just listening to a song podcast where somebody was talking about a vulnerability that a security researcher had found where they could reverse-engineer the firmware of a coffee maker and push that you know updated or or basically, you know broke firmware to that coffee maker without any authentication and take over that coffee maker and now you have a coffee maker that spying on you, right? So that's definitely a major threat landscape. You know, when you look at all these iot appliances is, you know Hub controlled, I you know Cloud controlled, you know, a lot of times this the security concerns aren't taken into consideration around those iot appliances. And so the Red River came up with the device isolation architecture and our device isolation architecture really helps to reduce that threaten wage. So some of the things we do, you know is Implement Technologies like network access control and you know flow and Analysis vulnerability analysis. And we take all of that data feed it into Splunk, you know, correlate it in leverage tools like Enterprise security, you know, so that if there are incidents or suspicious activity, right we can then correlate, you know investigate with it leveraging Enterprise security and then also incorporating things like Phantom to automate some of those remediation tasks, right or at least automate some of the investigation steps. Yeah, absolutely. And you want things you talked about there that I want to kind of peel back a little bit is you know this idea that you know, when we have massive amounts of streams of data, obviously, you need a platform, you know back to find Value from it. So you talked about Splunk as a platform that red river is partnering with to deliver value from customers, but one of the things that you know s cough is just you know a few days away from now, you know, I'm getting.

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"red river" Discussed on Big Data Beard

Big Data Beard

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"red river" Discussed on Big Data Beard

"People starting to get smart enough to like shook a build in and create like Deployable hubs that that kind of build this and make it easier for deployment. So I'm not seeing two month. Hubs, right and are quite a few, you know vendors that come up with the sensors themselves. So I'm not going to say like, I don't really don't think they're putting them into the game itself. And a lot of the strategies now have been let's get rid of the Hub right and have the sensor communicate to a cloud platform or something else. Right? So, you know, they have these nice, you know, LED smart light bulbs, right and the challenge a lot of people had was that not only were these Labs expensive but that you needed a hub right to then communicate control with light bulbs. And so what a lot of vendors are doing now is saying we'll get going to get rid of the Hub and the light bulbs going to communicate to our cloud and now the customer can just you know, control the light bulb through the cloud and that's to reduce the cost to the customer and make it convenient man. I tell you what the hubs what are the annoying thing? That is I don't know if you got if you're into the smart home thing, but I had one of those wink hubs and they, you know part of the reason I bought it was off. Like, oh we'll never charge you a fee like you bought this Hub. And now it's yours forever. It's a piece of hardware and then two years later. They're like, oh we're going broke. So we need to charge everybody $10 a month for their Hub to work. So I am a big fan of getting rid of home. Well, I'm going to be contrary there because as someone who is a very smart home afishinado. If you start going to the cloud now your reliant on them and depending on them for the future of the sustainability of those products though, right? So I think it's a little bit of a you're both so hard personally. I'm looking at my Hubs on hubs right now where I have like three or four hubs for all my different products. So I guess I'm not one talk same time. I think it's a balance of both but obviously in the Enterprise space, it's a little bit more reliable on on the cloud and iCloud technology versus consumer, but I doubt it's it's an interesting trend of you know, where how sensors can communicate and send data to a centralized platform. So you can also correlate across different sets of different products as well. Yep. It's it's dude. It's the edge Computing Made Real right? It's we're shrinking computer. We're putting in a smart devices. Like you said, I mean and light bulbs and everything else and one of the things that happens when you create lots of choices and you're starting to measure, you know, all these different things that we never thought about measuring before but now they have their distinct value in them. You create a massive amount of data and I'm curious to hear from you know from Red River subjective how organizations dealing with this, you know, this Deluge of data from sensors that really are just they're creating a new type of data that really didn't exist in the Enterprise previously. Absolutely. I mean and it's funny you guys mentioned the Smart Homes cuz I'm actually looking to buy a house and I've been like looking at all the different Smart Home Products left and right and so I definitely understand, you know, you know the challenge with consuming all that data, right? Cuz if your frigerator your microwave or Coffeemaker your light bulbs and maybe even your.

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"red river" Discussed on Big Data Beard

Big Data Beard

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"red river" Discussed on Big Data Beard

"Holistic solution, right and really Drive value to our customers. Now that's perfect man. Now one of the things that we are obviously very interested in is really around data analytics & iiot. Can you talk a little bit about what Red River is kind of generally doing in that area of Technology. Absolutely. I mean there there is a lot so, you know, one of the big things we do is around the backbone for all iot products, which would be on the wireless space wage. So we have a large Wireless practice, you know that's familiar with the whole bunch of different, you know myriads of Wireless Technologies, right? It's just your traditional, you know attitude at 11. You name a b g n a c a x right doing predictive surveys virtual surveys physical on site surveys, you know, point-to-point Wireless, you know for the back hall off. Also some of the other, you know less common, but more recent protocols, you know, like like zigbee and Loren if some of the newer and upcoming Technologies, you know to exploring things and gnome. places and then helping customers, you know address their requirements around their different iot in a products and tools that they're going to leverage some of their different sensors helping them correlate data from Those sensors, and you know Aggregate and ingest it into analytics platforms like Splunk, Yeah, so when you talk about all the different applications of these these different protocols and the use of these sensors. What are you seeing especially in your space where you focus, you know within the federal space where what are you seeing as these organizations using home from an application standpoint? How do they use them? Absolutely. So, I mean it is oh man kind of really fascinating crazy at the same time and you know things that you generally wouldn't even really think about so one such a sensor that I've seen used is a CO2 sensor and so, you know with some of these newer buildings right with that are likely dead efficient certified one of the strategies that they actually Implement to conserve energy is having these CO2 sensors, right all over the building and these CO2 sensors off would calculate exactly how much of that CO2 is in each room, right and as a result of that I'd be able to identify how many people are in that room and modulate the HVAC system so that the HVAC is System is.

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"red river" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

Menace 2 Society Podcast

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"red river" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

"It is Friday, October 9th, welcome to minister Sports episode 122 our first preview episode of the year really really fired up. I said I wasn't going to say that. All right just really really jacked about this episode because we just went through I just went through. I don't know probably twenty games of film again Andrew studied analytics and we're going to we're going to talk about like four or five games on this episode the big games, right the national landscape first words going to we're going to have a quick conversation about Virginia Beach North Carolina this weekend. Also University of Florida vs. A&M should be too too solid games to watch and they were going to take a deep dive into our Trio games of the week. If you want to call back that we have one game of the week, but tennessee-georgia is going to be awesome and old-school battle for the SEC East defense vs defense, right Nick Saban's old defensive coordinators, Baton Rouge. Doubt and this time finally Tennessee has at least a shot. Right and they were going to talk about Texas Oklahoma the Red River shootout and that's still what it's called. You can fuck off cancel culture. We're going to talk about the what is I guessed the opportunity for Lincoln Riley to put a nail in Tom Herman's coffin if Texas has balls and then our actual game of the week Clemson, Miami what may be really excited about I'm just I'm fired up to watch it because we're going to if nothing else we're going to learn so much about Clemson so much some of the things that that happened this past weekend, we're gonna see if Miami can expose those same thing. So we're going to really talk about the analytics and today is a very quarterback heavy day really drove into the analytics and and and the the film on on like five maybe six of these quarterbacks and I want to talk about what I saw and talked about, you know, kind of who's doing what and and what they do. Well what they don't do well what teams can expose I want to talk about all of it. So this this show off In the future is hopefully it's going to come out. We're try to switch it up and go Monday Wednesday to patreon Tuesday Thursday to the public. That's our plan what we're trying to get done. I'll tell you what screwed me up. And what's really making this difficult Choice here in Powell, Ohio. We have we are on hybrid schooling which means my kids go two or three days a week every week and then they're home-schooled on the other days. Well wouldn't you know, I get my kids every Wednesday and then I have them all day Thursday and so of course Thursday is a hybrid day. So I lose and I have them Wednesday and then all day Thursday no school. It's like and I'm like a substitute teachers. It's unbelievable, but I took him to school this morning and got after it. I mean was grinding so I wouldn't trade that time for the world, but it's really, you know, screwing up my my time commitment to this show and and everything else we have that on speaking of which been been teasing it been talking about it tickets are going on sale tomorrow the ace onlain a charging experience. It is a game.

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"red river" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"red river" Discussed on WTOP

"Powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white. Think red at 8 15. We turn to George Wallace. All right now you gotta be excited about this game that I write. I am very excited. All right. Good. Just checking. Patrick Mahomes and Lamar Jackson. First time in NFL history. A matchup of To M V. P s under the age of 25 years old. Not bad, right? I still got 2 to 25 times a day. You figure we could make history to that game's coming up in about a few minutes. Ravens hosting the Chief's Tonight 250 people allowed in MNT Bank Stadium tonight Family members Players and staff is they hope to allow more fans later in the season, a little dry run this evening getting underway in about five minutes from Baltimore. Actually, about any second, they're going to kick it off. Actually, it's 8 15 tough news for Washington football team's defense Today, Mata and Ida's suffering a torn bicep he's done for the year in the lost yesterday to Cleveland Chase Young Reportedly not going to have an M R I today on the growing and we'll see how severe that is. Team hosting the Ravens coming up on Sunday. So a tough test coming up following lost in Cleveland yesterday. Other NFL NEWS The Bears have benched Mitch Strabinsky in favour of Nick Foles and Kyle Shanahan says that Jordan Reed member Jordan Reed he could miss 6 to 8 weeks now with a concussion this time, but a knee sprain so tough going again for Jordan, Reed, Doc Rivers and the Clippers. Parting ways after seven years. Rivers Clippers Blow 31 litre the Nuggets this postseason. He never made it past the conference semifinals in L. A. Tyler reportedly a favorite on the staff out there, But he also has interest from the Sixers. Rockets and Pelican Stanley Cup final underway tonight. Tampa Bay of three games to two over Dallas Is they play Game six Major league Baseball playoffs Begin tomorrow. George Wallace to me, T O be sports, You know, doctors do pretty well in Philly. They do? Yeah, I heard that you say and one there before, right? He was all right. Yeah. One simmer for a while. 8 17 Ever notice.

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"red river" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"red river" Discussed on WTOP

"Powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white. Think Red's Goto Jonathan Warner before the Nationals night. Sure throws the first pitch of the baseball season tomorrow night against the Yankees. Dr. Anthony felt she will take the mound, throw out the ceremonial first pitch. Yeah, I think it's very fitting, considering that you were re started in the middle of a pandemic. And you know Dr Fauci what his leadership has been for this country for him being out there on the first pitch. I think that's a big signal to our country. What that means that you know we can do this, and I think he believes in it. If we do we follow the protocols. We could make the season work and we believe in, you know, following the experts on this and I think it's a good representation of what the country should be focusing on Max and then adds, will also have to focus on the weather Showers are in the forecast for tomorrow and Friday. The Toronto Blue Jays will reportedly play most of their games at PNC Park, the home of the Pirates. The Canadian government refused to let them host games at Rogers Centre so you could have the Toronto Blue Jays playing in Pittsburgh and the Pittsburgh Penguins playing in Toronto. There will be fans of the Indy 500 next month at 25% capacity and they will be required to wear a face mask. Indianapolis Motor Speedway can hold about 350,000 people, the largest outdoor sporting venue in the world, about 87,000 will be allowed to attend, still the largest sporting event since the pandemic began in March. Jonathan Warner b A. T o P Sports Severe Thunderstorm Warnings in effect for parts.

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"red river" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"red river" Discussed on WTOP

"And 45 powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white. Pink red 1 15 George Wallace. Major changes for NFL football around here. Yeah, Mark no doubt about a dance center once said he would never never in capitals changed the name Well, he's now going to change the name. He is officially going to retire the Redskins name and logo upon completion of the review, which was launched back on July 3rd, so it will be official. The new name is yet to be announced. Who knows when that will be, But the league and I wanted done quickly, and we'll see how quickly they can get it done with training camp supposed to start at the end of this month. You're released from the team earlier today, says Dan Snyder and head coach Ron Rivera, working closely to develop a new name and design. Now, the reports are that the preferred name is being held up trademark issues right now, so we'll see how quickly that can get resolved. Then, if there will be an announcement later this week or even early next week now bet online Web site has some of the favorites to be the new name and the red Tails is the leader in the clubhouse with 3 to 1 odds, followed by the generals, Warriors, presidents and red wolves, now red wolves and warriors and read along with red tails, beginning a lot of traction on social media in the last few days, so AH, stay tuned. The capital's begin their Phase three training camp Today D C. United ties, Toronto FC at the MLS is back tournament. Down to 10 men and down two goals. They tied it up in less than 10 minutes and Rockets guard Russell Westbrook says he has tested positive for growing virus..

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"red river" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"red river" Discussed on WTOP

"Red River technology decisions aren't black and white pink red nine fifteen here's Dave Johnson now you know it might be summer basketball for the wizards ESPN reportedly looking at resuming played with what the two teams on July thirty first in Orlando the wizards would make the cut is one of those teams the NFL is told it's teams at training camps must be held at their own facilities that would mean the Redskins would not be going to Richmond remembering Wes and sell the hall of fame basketball player died yesterday aged seventy four you think I'm so do you think strength in the way he played his convictions and his affection for family friends and teammates like Phil should be here it was the rock of the team you know he was the guy that made everybody feel comfortable and confident explains all the help the board so for NBA finals won it all in nineteen seventy eight a desire to win a desire to learn he really prided himself on reading the stress on the plane you know we'd be playing cards and he was back there read ad but if we gotta talk you know talk about social issues you know we see was all there and he had his views and he wanted to hear your opinion and even as he battled health issues the last few years he still faced those things like a the true superstar that he is not wallowing in self self pity trying to see how he can uplift others Unseld always dead on and off the court more my store at WTOP dot com Dave Johnson WTOP sports coming up after traffic and weather in prince George's county three officer suspended after an incident is caught on video hi Melissa how it's nine.

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"red river" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"red river" Discussed on WTOP

"Powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white thank read let's talk more football Jonathan Warner if the real purpose of a college education is to prepare you for adult life and a career then Maryland football coach Mike Locksley takes great satisfaction watching the NFL draft to be able to do something they love and they make a lot of money because of it for me it's really rewarding to just see the impact that the game of football hasn't changing families and and the futures of families the Redskins realize they're better off having a future without Pro Bowl tackle Trent Williams however Kyle Smith the team's vice president of player personnel hasn't had an easy time working out a trade you know you go into it hoping that something happens whenever you're trying to get something done but it could happen in five minutes it could happen tomorrow it might not happen in the next few days no it's just something that we're trying to work through and continue with dark making calls in in fielding calls in and we'll go from there maybe that'll happen tonight or tomorrow when the NFL holds the final six rounds of the draft ESPN was looking to fill some dead spots in its programming with Korean baseball but talks about a snack that's because ESPN did want to pay up front and only do it on a month to month basis Korean baseball begins play in may just like when the nationals relive game seven of the World Series the mystics are also going to get together to watch the clinching game of the W. N. B. A. finals but going one step further fans will be able to ask questions on the mystics Facebook page it starts seven thirty Sunday night with game five airing on NBC sports Washington Jennifer Warner WTOP's border governors of Maryland and Virginia out with new statements on the corona virus will have the latest coming up for seventeen your favorite things feel made for you your.

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"red river" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"red river" Discussed on WTOP

"By Red River technology decisions aren't black and white thank rad to fifteen Dave Preston are you on the Tom Brady watch yes I am today was the wrong data where my vintage patriots here let me tell ya did it well yeah I know the six time Super Bowl winner announced via social media earlier that he is leaving New England after twenty seasons with the team seventeen AFC east championships and six super bowl wins how Fox Sports is reporting that Brady is closing in on a deal with Tampa Bay the Los Angeles Chargers also a team expected in the mix for the free agent New Orleans reportedly has reached a two year fifty million dollar contract with drew Brees Carolina releasing a statement the Panthers quarterback cam Newton we'll be moving on the Redskins most recent move sending former skin's defensive back Kendall fuller to a four year forty million dollar deal horse racing Kentucky Derby in tennis is French Open have been both have both been postponed to this fall September no word on whether or not the Preakness will join the derby in this fall as far as horse racing is concerned women's college basketball Maryland finishes fourth in the final so seated press poll of the season turf won their final seventeen games the Maryland men won a share of the regular season big ten title but like many of us coach mark Turgeon's March was derailed so I woke up Saturday morning and cleaned out a closet cleaned out the storage room and worked on it was ten thirty in the morning and I was just like okay this into work I mean it's just so used to being busy and and and then also and you didn't have much to do working out before ten thirty in the morning on a Saturday coach church in even in the off season you still got something honest Preston WTOP sports all right thanks so much Dave up ahead on WTOP we've got the latest on our forecast and then we'll get you a round up of the corona virus breaking events of the day two seventeen eight commercial message this is bishop Michael Burbidge of the diocese of Arlington as our nation and the world is gripped with fear about the spread of corona virus and the uncertainty that lies ahead of us in the months to come let us pray together Jesus son of god you were sent by the father to bear our weakness be with us in this time of crisis see full savior he and comfort the sick so that with health restored they may give you pre divine physician the company our care givers so they're serving with patience Amy he'll wisely eternal wisdom guide our leaders seeking remedies they may follow your light priced even went to protect us in body and spirit so they're free from harm we may be delivered from all sections littering with god the father in the unity of the Holy Spirit for ever and ever Tuesday afternoon to eighteen traffic.

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Red River, Davies, to play in Eastern Dakota Conference Championship

What's On Your Mind - Encore

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Red River, Davies, to play in Eastern Dakota Conference Championship

"Final Red River advances to tomorrow night's EDC championship game it'll be a Red River taking on Davies tomorrow here at six fifteen and then at seven forty five will be the boys championship game that will be Cheyenne and Davies going out at tomorrow night in the boy's EDC title game and so Chamblee will move into the consolation bracket now they will have to win a game tomorrow afternoon at four fifteen here at the shack Shamli and west Fargo will play the winner goes to state loser has our season come to an end of the earlier state play in game has Cheyenne taking on doubles lake at two thirty and so we've got a a heck of a busy day here tomorrow we'll have games started breakfast at NDSU tonight as they start the consolation play early tomorrow the state qualifier games boys go early then the girls and then you've got the championship game coming up tomorrow night

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"red river" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"red river" Discussed on WTOP

"Red River technology decisions aren't black and white thank read others the morning here's John Paul Dino west Palm Beach Florida will be the center of the baseball world this morning the Houston Astros will be holding a news conference with owner Jim crane new manager dusty Baker and Astros players addressing the sign stealing scandal while on the other side of the complex the nationals will be holding their first work out for pitchers and catchers Curtis okay says it's just not how it all played out that they met in the World Series man I'm glad we won that's for sure I mean I'm glad we want and you know just go is this going to spring training no and you know we got the bragging rights over them for spring training we show the complex you know I I thought about that sounds like mass gonna be weird if we lose and also winning made it a lot easier yeah that save baseball a major embarrassment well two wins in two nights and five ad of seven for the wizards after knocking off the next one fourteen ninety six at Madison Square Garden Bradley Beal scored thirty for the second straight game and the wizards finished on a thirty four to nineteen run but coach Scott Brooks says that was a result of holding the York to forty one percent shooting got just keep the focus on the defense we got a lot of extra bodies now so I think that's helping out you guys are really responding to and playing their minutes extremely hard and as a good win definitely good when going into the break at the all star break the wizards remain three games back of the magic for the final playoff berth in the east Orlando overtime Detroit one sixteen one twelve college of huge win for George Mason knocking off VCU seventy two sixty seven enrichment American got past loyal of Maryland eighty one seventy six and navy edge but now sixty fifty nine John of the Warner W. T. O. P. sports extent of it it's one seventeen CBS news update Democrats are calling for investigations into the president's alleged interference with the justice department sentencing recommendation or his former top aide Roger stone Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer once the department's inspector general to investigate I call on Judiciary Committee chairman Graham to convene an emergency hearing of the Judiciary Committee to do the same prosecutors I'd recommend is seven and nine years first on but after the president tweeted his protests the justice department said it would revise that request I want to thank the justice department for seeing this this horrible thing and I didn't speak to him by the way just so you understand the president accused prosecutors of being politically motivated nine years recommended buy for people that perhaps they were smaller people I don't know who they were prosecutors and they lord happen they all hit the road pretty quickly all four have since resigned CBS news update I'm Jim Shannon hopefully she'll be.

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Ohio fire kills at least 10 animals at safari park

Scott Sloan

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Ohio fire kills at least 10 animals at safari park

"Operators of a wildlife park in northern Ohio say they are devastated number of animals killed in the barn fire at the African safari wildlife park in port Clinton Dongo three draft three Red River Hawkins one spring this is that right I assume that's damn bridge as a police officer Carolyn the more the cause of the fire remains under

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"red river" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts

Classic Movie Musts

12:32 min | 3 years ago

"red river" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts

"Like any film? Red River is the product of specific historical moment, and we must consider that moment to understand the intricacies of the film itself. Red River emerged from the dawn of the postwar period. Filmed in nineteen forty six and released in nineteen forty eight a time in which America was celebrating a worldwide victory over the axis forces and reveling in its position as a global superpower. If this time was also the dawn of a new conflict, the Cold War. An animosity between nations that centered on the divide between the US and the USSR that quickly arose in the wake of World War. Two many recognize the Cold War in terms of the specific political and economic binary, which divided the nations involved democracy versus totalitarianism capitalism. Versus communism thus. This is a time when the United States more than ever identifies itself as a nation of cash. List's as well. As global force. The postwar period was also a time of economic resurgence as veterans returned Europeans immigrated and families expanded with the baby boom the population began to swell creating higher demand for goods and services. Resultantly the seller's market allowed for dramatic price inflation and higher profits and with wages continually rising as well Americans could afford, these increased prices money was available and consumer isn't was quickly in vogue. Professional spheres grew further spurring the economy while the rise of Madison Avenue professions, namely marketing advertising and public relations sparked newfound interest in the joy of spending with the depression safely behind and wartime. Rationing thing of the past Americans rediscovered the pleasure principle lost since the jazz age and that principal dipping into those. Newly filled wallets and purses these growing notions financial success and consumerism helped solidify what was now commonly being termed the American way of life in short. Not only America recognize it self as capitalists like never before Americans had the proof that they needed that capitalism was working. It is thus not surprising to see a film Red River. Not only made but met with critical and commercial success. It is nothing if not a celebration of capitalism openly engaging with America's economic and political identity. Red River is about the days of the frontier when the US was moving west across the continent acquiring land and building a nation. After all the film begins with Tom Dunton, claiming the patch of land. He will develop into his ranch essentially stealing the land from Mexican who in turn stole the land from the native Americans. The theft is justified. Win Thomas Dunston says that's too much land for any one man all this land aching to be used and never has been a line, which also conveniently justifies America's own conquest of the new world its own expansionist history, and Thomas Dunton is a capitalist. If there ever was one not only building his business from the ground up, but also stopping at nothing to maintain it and collect his profit, expansionism and capitalism or inherently linked here with one the justification for the other. This land is not being used. So I will take it to build my empire. Dunston also justifies it as common good for the nation. He pledges to feed the country with his good beef making the people strong and letting them grow the seizure of land, thus becomes essential for the nation's future. And for the sake of its people. It's also significant that this was the beginning of time where big business squeeze. The little man as growing bureaucracy the merging of corporations and factory automation pushed the individual out of the American workplace as such Red River can be viewed as a celebration of the individual entrepeneurship as well as capitalism as a whole Thomas Dunston builds his ranch with nothing, but a cow Abol and the land he claims for his own a success story of the common man, the individual American male who rises to economic power with a business of his own. This couldn't be more perfectly embodied than with John Wayne as the star the very ideal of American manhood at the time further, it's a family business. Of course started by the American individual. But also supported by the sun figure Matthew and the grandfatherly Groot certainly Red River is a film about men. Rugged men active men men who carry guns men who fight for and defend what's. There's and what they believe in the very sort of men newly returned from the war and readjusting to civilian life. Yet, those veterans returned with scars, both physical and psychological and while the wounds and lost limbs could be seen the interior trauma left from combat begged to be used as the nation was also taking an interest in Freud and all things psychoanalytic glimpses of the psychosis inevitable in that rugged active mail began to emerge throughout cinema with Red River. No exception Thomas Dunston is also a man falling apart on the verge of psychological collapse obsessed misguided and full of neuroses, though, he begins the film calm and collected diligent and focused mentally sharp and able to do anything he sets his mind to we witness Dunton's tragic spiral into the megalomania and fixation until we along with Matthew. See that he is no longer capable of running his business having become a danger to both himself and others. John Wayne is clearly determining factor for the film. Indeed, no other actor in history has been so singularly associated with one genre. And for many Wayne was the very embodiment of the western hero, a strong brave and lawful purveyor of Justice whose delivered speech and masculine swagger conveyed, his straightforward nature. It is important to consider that Red River marked the first time that Wayne portrayed a bad character on screen dramatically subverting audience expectations for his character. John Wayne's hero turns villain in many respects calling into question all audience assumptions, this is also the first time Wayne war aging makeup, the youthful Wayne of the opening scenes echoes his conic performance as Ringo in stagecoach ten years earlier ones. The film advances in time fourteen years, we're led to realize this western hero has grown into a darkly twisted variation of his usual role the males inner conflict following World War Two also emerged from an uneasy tension with the female as he returned from abroad to find women successfully holding down the industrial fort in his absence women, it seems were able to hold the country together without him and his role as breadwinner. Now seemed threatened by Rosie the Riveter this tension also involved the changing nature of sexual relationships during this period, not only was the female self sufficient, but she was becoming a different creature than the one. He had left behind the male defiantly bombarded by change options things never bargained for and generally stressed out turned defensive it is not difficult to understand this Alterra male fantasy which essentially pushes the female aside. Allowing men to exist and carry out their business with women safely, absent the primary female role after all notably doesn't appear until two thirds of the way into the movie in Red River, a nostalgia for the old order prevails as a response to the postwar gender crisis. But the idea of women is not entirely absent, Matthew and Montgomery. Clift are presented in contrast to the ultimate male, Tom Dunton, and John Wayne Matthew is sensitive in such a way that serves as a bearer of the feminine principle in a society of men without women with the collapsing of gender roles in the postwar period and women entering the realm of men. Mathew for one seems able to cross gender positions as well. And is a harbinger for an evolution in the mail ethos? Perhaps another reason he becomes a threat to Dunston the old orders full-fledged American male the family. In general, also ran into turmoil during the postwar period. In addition to growing divorce rates and troubles between mom and dad a reality. Or ready at odds with the happy nuclear family that everyone assumed as the norm trouble between parent and child also developed a generation gap emerged between parents raised in an era of depression and children raised in postwar affluence with beliefs and a general ethos strictly at odds with each other. As dad worked more hours and mom, perhaps took her own job the media as well begin to target a youth audience with its own music fashion and lifestyle, resulting in a greater divide between the ages Red River, clearly reflects, this Thomas Dunton, Matthew Garth are ultimately as different as night and day in attitude beliefs and even in the vastly different portrayals by John, Wayne and Montgomery Clift. Here the generation gap widens. To the point of violence as Matt must usurp control of the cattle drive and Dunston responds with vow to kill him both Iran doing what he thinks is justified Hollywood zone history also has an influence here after the wartime experience making documentary and propaganda films. A number of Hollywood workers were determined to tackle fundamental issues in their postwar movies, and what better way to comment on issues in America than by using the most uniquely American genre of the western also despite the country's economic resurgence following the war box office receipts began slumping in nineteen forty six as other activities vied for the populations tension. Hollywood's answer to such problems was to fall back on formulas that who worked in the past as a result genre remained typical means of retaining the audience. In other words, tell your story about evolving, masculinity and capitalism. But said it in the old west the western is probably most associated with its graffiti Cowboys, horses, six shooters, vast landscapes shootouts, and of course, a wide assortment of hats, yet, the western is ultimately much more than this a form with its own mythology and precise themes set on the American frontier roughly between eighteen sixty five and eighteen ninety the classic western centered on specific theme. Attic binary inside and outside society, heroes and villains, strong and weak, and perhaps most famously wilderness in civilization, the western was thus of the ical for solving ambiguities as such distinctions as good and evil became clear, cut and simplistic, the classic formula centered on a villainous force usually strong stemming from outside of society and associated with the wilderness, which then praise upon the western community a hero is then caught between the two. To possessing the same skills as the villain, but fundamentally committed to the ideals of the townspeople by defeating the villain. The hero saves and is embraced by the community. Maintaining it's black and white halves while providing the strength the community previously lacked the value of the western is its capacity to handle moral ambiguity with traditionally epoch terms equally. The western justifies, violent aggression allowing for a cathartic release through appropriate

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Syria Claims Rebels Responsible For Latest Chemical Attack

Bill Handel

00:24 sec | 3 years ago

Syria Claims Rebels Responsible For Latest Chemical Attack

"That the true meaning of Christmas has been quote lost and buried under an avalanche of commercialization. The message was delivered as school assembly by Father Christmas, Christmas activities are banned unless the kids can persuade their religious education teacher to bring it back. They have until November thirtieth Email their teacher and explain why they should be allowed to celebrate Christmas. A new Guinness world record is being said by three hundred ninety five people who formed the longest line of ice. Skaters skaters gathered on the Red River mutual trail and Manitoba on world cancer day back in February the chain for change project organize the van as a way to raise money for cancer center in Manitoba Canada. They were able to raise more than one hundred ten thousand dollars to put toward cancer charity and break a world record de you NBC, News Radio sweet strawberry icing, you're in goodwill and just past that vintage denim jacket. Spot miniature doughnut earrings.

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Aretha Franklin, the Queen of Soul, has died

Chris Krok

00:31 sec | 3 years ago

Aretha Franklin, the Queen of Soul, has died

"News news today making so many of us sad American legend singer, and civil rights activists Aretha Franklin. Dies at her home in, Detroit today, they've been, playing music here the church doors are. Open people becoming related stories about how, Aretha Franklin up the idea that she would have These large gatherings and feed, homeless people and never giving up. On Detroit touched a lot of people people left Detroit but. A, replay never gave up Ryan young reporting from Detroit. Franklin dying after a long illness with cancer at the age of

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