35 Burst results for "Richard Left"
Tokyo Olympics: US Pole Vault Champion, Sam Kendricks, Tests Positive for COVID-19
"At the 2016 Olympics in Rio and pole vaulter Sam Kendrick. Came to Japan with his sights set on gold. Well, now he's tested positive for Covid Dr Richard Budget, the medical and scientific director for the International Olympic Committee. It's tough for any athlete when they're sick in the lead up to this major event, and on top of that, if it happens to be covid 19 You end up in an isolation hotel, which is really hard to track and field events start on Saturday, but Sam Kendricks is out of this year's Olympics. Jim Ryan ABC News Tokyo Meanwhile, it was another successful
Professor Paul Kengor and Mark Levin Share the Same Analysis of 'Marxism'
"Professor. Congress is precisely only a fool a Marxist forward, try to refashion the centerpiece of all man's humanity, the alpha and the omega around something like class for Karl Marx or race for the modern CRT advocates. What could be more demeaning. What could be so contrary to Judeo Christian values? That's what Marxism does, from its classical form to its modern American forms were less Children of God than products of class, race and gender. Here live in quotes the very worst of them. Richard Delgado jeans Stefan Sick and D a N D. Angelo for whom races everywhere and everything as his racism. As the antidote to this dehumanizing world. You live in quotes Dr Wyatt T. Walker, who was very close to representative Excuse me to Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. And in his essay in 2015 when he wrote was Steve Kalinsky. Steve Kalinsky. Walker stated. Today. Too many remedies such as critical race theory, the increasingly fashionable post Marxist postmodernists approach. It analyzes society has institutional group power structures. Rather than on spiritual or 1 to 1 human level are taking us in the wrong direction. Separating even schoolchildren into explicit racial groups. And emphasizing differences instead of similarities. Unlike Dr King's vision of judging people by the content of their character, rather than the color of their skin. Walkers. Views of civil rights were rightly based on religious values, humanism, not Marxism and critical race theory. The roots of critical race theory are planted in entirely different intellectual soil. Walker out Begins with blocks with each person assigned to an identity or economic bloc, as in Marxism. Yes, says percent Professor as in Marxism. That is an Americanism. That's what Mark Levin understands so well, especially given previous works of his such as rediscovering Americanism. American marks and is quintessentially UN American. People in America professing this noxious junk, maybe Americans in terms of citizenship. With all the rights and liberties and protections afforded thereof. But they are not Americans the way the founders of this country envisioned. America is less a place that an idea, said Ronald Reagan. It is indeed The ideas of America as it was formed by the direct antithesis of the ideas. A car marks. And his perverse heirs who today pushed their insidious new forms of American Marxism. Especially at our awful universities. And what Mark Levin shows above all is how un American American Marxism really
A European University Adds An Esports Education Platform ft. Richard Withers of KAMK
"Led to the development of this new. Kind of Esports education platform for the University. Yeah. So so firstly, thank you for having me. I appreciate it off. Any opportunity to discuss the topic of Esports education especially in this day and age. I think they're sort of a a stigma surrounding the topic of a sports education. Especially with certain people in the industry, wanting to put out some less than valuable should I say opportunities for for up-and-coming talent, where you're not really getting a valuable education and you're putting a lot of money into this. So, it's really important for me to come on these sort of shows and just highlight that there are some some great players in the scene who are really providing some valuable education for those who want to pursue a career in sports. As you said I'm the E Sports development manager here at kind of University of applied sciences. We're definitely not the largest here in Midland but when it comes to sort of gaming and he Sports, we've developed quite a unique ecosystem surrounding that from the University universities Inception, quite some time ago. Now far before I join a gym One, they've had a well-known and well-respected game development. Degree offered in finished. Some of the graduates of went on to the largest game development, companies in the world, like supercell Rovio soft. So there was already that amazing gaming culture here that University, but when we were able to be one of the first, if not only the, the first in the world to offer a full bachelor's degree, these Sports business, of course that further exemplified our, our ecosystem here surrounding gaming and Esports. So although we are a smaller University on many of our students are focusing on the topic of either game development or e-sports. So it's definitely a very exciting opportunity for us. The degree itself is practical degree, of course, not during these times with covid-19 and everything, we've had to transition to an online format but fingers crossed going into the upcoming month. Autumn all of our students will be back with us on campus. That said, has been for the past three years, which is amazing. Especially as our course heavily focuses on the Practical elements. So getting our students that valuable hands-on experience and allowing them to grow their Network pool. So, of course, that is made much easier. When you're able to actually come in person off, we're constantly having industry experts. Come to speak to the students. And there are many student owned and operated organizations, like constant GT, which you mentioned. I'm the CEO off. So, I sort of act as the connection between the students and the upper management here at the University. But that organization allows the students to sort of get their hands in an industry that they do. It's sort of an all-encompassing brand. They do everything you can imagine from organizing large-scale events, they create digital content, they host, and manage, various Competitive Edge. Stores in csgo Valerie, Etc. So a little bit of everything.
Seeking Reform, U.S. Holds $1.3 Million in Dues From WADA
"Seeking reform of the United States is withholding part of dues owed to the world anti doping agency on the eve of the opening of the Tokyo Summer Games U. S. officials say nearly half of the two point nine three million dollars in dues owed to the world anti doping agency will be held back until it becomes clear what reforms the drug fighting agency is undertaking Richard bomb of the White House drug control office told a congressional committee Wednesday one point six million dollars will be paid to water the U. S. first threatens to withhold dues last summer and water responded by suggesting it might sanction nations not paying their dues U. S. do is account for about seven point three percent of waters forty billion dollar annual budget hi Mike Rossio
The Olympics Are Here. How to Watch in 4K
"The olympics is starting and some folks can get a better view of the action from tokyo than others that tried brett. Nbc which will be televising the olympics this year which officially began friday and runs through august. Eighth they'll be broadcasting live four k video from japan. Each night's primetime telecasts will be available in four k. Video which has four times the resolution of current hd video and the broadcast also will be in dobie atma surround sound and they'll be vision. Hdr hdr sense for high dynamic range which means the video delivers increased contrast and richard colors. So how you get to watch the olympics in four k. and what is it. we'll see well i. You need a four k. Tv and for the dolby vision hdr capability at tv. That supports that technology. And you can pretty much figure that out in your manual or whatever if you have a four k. tv might know that already And then to get this special surround sound. You need a dolby. Atmos- surround sound sound bar or home theater setup. Then you need your tv provider to pass along these higher tech transmissions. I'm you'll have it easiest if you're a comcast subscriber because the company which owns nbc. Universal will make live four k broadcasts available for xfinity customers and thirty eight markets including atlanta. Houston kansas city salt lake city in washington. You could check. Nbc's list for coverage. I have a lincoln my story at tech dot usa today to calm. It will also rear the four k. Primetime show which will include the opening and closing ceremonies the next day at two pm.
Interview with South Africa Pilot, Thomas Marrow
"Welcome to another addition of there. I was a podcast where we put you in the cockpit with pilots and demanding situations for we learn how they flew out of them. I'm your host richard mcfadden. Today's guests is all the way from south africa. Thomas has been flying since he was twenty one years old. He's got about two hundred hours any flies a sling and most recently a kid plane for africa safari. Think of it is kind of like kit fox but a little bit bigger. Thomas flies out of yohannes berg and flies all over the south africa back country thomas. Welcome to the podcast. Thank you so much for having me so thomas. I was surfing the internet the other day on youtube and came across your video and watch a bunch of them. Some of the stunning footage that show and in around south africa just sounds like stunning flying but the one that got my attention of course was the one that you threw out for that purpose to get pilots attention about an incident. You had flying in your kit plane for africa safari. Do you mind sharing that story with us in some your lessons learned. Of course. I think we should probably start from the very beginning. Because obviously these events unfold over a period of time but essentially what i do is we do fly back. Country style sort of aviation in south africa ruling has a little bit different and this sort of ties into how this all happened as well but essentially what. I have a youtube channel in which we post all of lying adventures and also things from flying my playing to flying aerobatic aircraft and all sorts of stuff like that. Tell us the name of your youtube channel. Place the name of mighty to tunnel if this mine. Which thomas matter it's sort of has evolved into something that's separate from channel now as well but a news series which we released on south african television schooled stick and rudder So we're doing lots and lots of stuff with education essentially trying to boost the general aviation fraternity within south africa which is sort of on a slow decline.
Where Space Begins: Bezos' Blue Origin vs. Branson's Virgin Galactic
"This morning in a remote part of the west texas desert the world richest man amazon founder. Jeff bezos plans to take off for a trip to space. It's the first space flight with passengers on board for his company. blue origin. Now if you were paying attention nine days ago another billionaire. Richard branson took a flight to space with his company virgin. Galactic bezos is flight will be a little different in how it launches and where the passengers will go. But the difference is don't stop there. They extend to the goals and ambitions of both companies and to discuss that. We have a reporter mike. Berg who covers the business of space for the wall street journal back on the show. I'm mike thanks for joining us again so nine days ago you were in new mexico watching the virgin galactic flight with richard branson launch. Now you're in texas for the blue origin launch. What are some of the differences you expect to see when this flight takes off. Yeah i mean the biggest difference just sort of visually blue origin uses a rocket to get the space. We're going to see literally the new scheffer rocket flare up into at very high speeds into space. And then you know we won't see this but a capsule detach and float into space and then the rocket will return to the launch pad. Virgin galactic of course uses a different method. They've got a kind high-flying airplane that flies up. You know the way you would see at an airport and the space craft the virgin galactic spacecraft attached to the rocket detaches at about forty five thousand feet and then it sort of rockets up into space from there. So you'll literally see the
Jeff Bezos to Blast Into Space Aboard New Shepard Rocket Ship
"Just as millions of americans wake up tomorrow morning. We should be hearing about the fate of jeff bezos. His brother and two other notable passengers as the richest man in the world launches the four some into sub orbital space. It's amazon prime on steroids. They're ride we'll be on blue origin. The space tourism company. That bezos founded lift those who can afford it into the wild blue yonder our report from the launch site in west. Texas tonight from nbc. News correspondent tom castillo in remote van horn texas. Anticipation is building the launchpad forty-five miles out in the desert set for billionaire. Jeff bezos slipped off this morning on today. Bezos industry fellow passengers were giddy with excitement. People who say they go into space. They come back changed. I can't wait to see what is going to do to me. While blue origin has flown fifteen unmanned test flights this will be the first to carry passengers. Bazo will take seat number six the simulator. An exact replica of the capsule that will carry all four sixty two miles high for three minutes of weightlessness and six massive windows. As you're essentially it feels like the earth is falling away from you to your window. Exactly like richard branson's virgin galactic. Paying passengers are already signing up eventually blue origin plastics and six passengers at a time into space from this launch pad and the west texas desert but unlike a nasa rocket or the virtual space plane. There are no professional astronauts or pilots on board. It is all controlled from the ground. Blue origin insist. The ship is loaded with safety backups. With the bezos great escape so for nine am eastern. Tom costello nbc news van horn texas
Branson, Bezos, Musk: The Billionaire Space Race
"Richard branson's being outed longer than the others. Seventeen years or so since richard branson. I announced his ambitions. Two thousand four. When virgin galactic was started. I think back then the intention walls within three or four years. They be doing what they've only just done now of of taking passengers into space but for him dates back and he. He talks about this a lot. Doesn't it back to nineteen sixty nine and watching the moon landing a teenager. We choose to go to the moon and and do the other thing not because they are easy being taken outside by his dad and the pointing up at the moon and realizing there were two men up there east folks at one of those men buzz aldrin in the nineties and and talked about the idea of using plane rather than a traditional rocket as so. The idea is been fermenting for a long time lot of setbacks on the way of course. I think a lot of us wonder whether this would ever happen. He's proved he can do it. And i think that for him is why this is so emotionally significant but also practically significant in a business sense as well. Let's go through the others then we go elon. Musk of tesla. Fame with space. X.'s dragon capsule and he's the best known for his space ambitions around the world. Think just because of his global profile that he has and has had a lot of success with the commercial side of this deals with nasa of taking things up into orbital space which of course is much further than branson or some of the tourism operations are going and has talked in perhaps much greater ambition. About what could be done. He's talked about colonizing mars. Easy said he wants to go to mars. he's also said people might die. Going to mars but ambitions seemed to be much bigger and grander than just space tourism. And someone who through his life has solve the big problems as he's seen them around the world and this is one he sees that needs to be solved by the private sector. Then making up the triumvirate. Jeff bezos of amazon fame. What of his ambitions. what's his rocket. Program is interesting isn't because he there's far less publicity with with. Jeff bezos a blue origin. The company that will take him into space has been around for twenty years so longer than branson's virgin galactic but his plans all rooted much further back than that he he talks of colonizing space of building these holds where trillions of people can live something. It's thought he took from a professor. He had at princeton physicist. Who came up with his idea in the seventies so he has these grand ambitions that pass. He doesn't talk about as much as richard branson alone. Musk but which are very rooted in in history and clearly having left amazon this is now his focus on taking humans where they where they've not come
New Shepard Rocket Is Ready to Boost Bezos
"Origin rocket and capsule to fly tomorrow on the anniversary of the first moon landing. Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and crew mates are In the final phase of training. Now, weather permitting, the new Shepard lifts off at nine tomorrow morning. Unlike Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic spacecraft, New Shepard is fully automated with no pilots or even flight controls on board. So to keep athletes a part in the
What Is Joe Biden's New China Doctrine?
"Optimists long hoped that welcoming china into the global economy would make a responsible stakeholder and bring about political reform as president. Donald trump blasted that week now. Joe biden is converting trumpian bombast into doctrine that pits america against china a struggle between rival political systems. Which he says can have only one winner between. Mr trump and mr biden have engineered the most dramatic break in american foreign policy in the five decades since richard nixon went to china mr biden and his team based their doctrine on the belief that china is less interested in coexistence and more interested in dominance. The task of american policy is to blunt. chinese ambitions. America will work with china in areas of common interest like climate change but counter. Its ambitions elsewhere. That means building up the strengths at home and working abroad with allies that can supplemented economic technological diplomatic military. And moral haft much about mr biden's new doctrine make sense. The optimistic case for engagement has crumbled under the realities of chinese power led by president. Xi jinping china has garrison the south china sea imposed party rule on hong kong threaten taiwan skirmished with india and has tried to subvert western values in international bodies. Many countries are alarmed by china's wolf warrior diplomacy but the details of the biden doctrine contain much to worry about not least that it is unlikely to work. One problem is how. Mr biden defines threat because politics in washington is broken. He seems to feel that he needs the spirit of pearl harbor to help. Rekindle a sense of national purpose. That is a miscalculation it is true. That republicans jump on anything. They can as soft on china even though every time. They say that the presidential election was stolen. They do the work of chinese propagandists
Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic Flight Opens Door to Space Tourism
"Virgin Galactic plans to take paying passengers, including the rich and famous to space starting next year for hundreds of thousands of dollars a ticket after his successful space flight this month. Current space investor and virgins. Former president Will White heart This day really heralds an industrial revolution. Elon Musk's SpaceX and Amazon's Jeff Bezos are also part of this revolution. Some investors have doubts but not virgin CEO Michael Cole glaze here. I think the financial model here is going to be very robust, Beso says, planning his trip further out into space than Branson in the coming days. Blue Origin also says it's windows are bigger. White Hart says space travel is way bigger than just the passenger business and watch for satellite space based data center, space cell phone service and solar energy to all skyrocket. Space has to be industrialized of 11. Billion people are going to survive on this planet in 15 years time.
Judge Orders Richard Sherman to Be Released From Jail Without Bail
"Sherman's arrest. This is a total downer right? It's depressing on every level. Just to catch you guys up on the latest things are settling down a little bit in terms of a judge did order that he could be released from jail without bail Thursday. Um, King County District Court Judge Far it's difficult Pacific Islander named Pronounce your Farm Mommy. Mommy must tonight part of me for pronouncing that incorrectly found probable cause that he did commit for offense for offenses. The prosecutors did not ask the judge for a finding on a felony residential burglary allegation porches initially but they have not yet filed Chargers. The charging decision is expected today. His next hearing is set for two o'clock Pacific today. He does not have to be present. One thing that did happen is that his wife made a statement yesterday. Quote I love and support my husband. I am committed to helping Richard get the support and care that he needs. Richard has always been a loving father and husband. We are looking forward to seeing at home, this family. Unfortunately, the video of his door incident went public, and it's all very unseemly and said John Lynch of the 40 Niners told Matt Miyoko that he reached out to the Sherman family to be a resource help. Anyway. Here's Ian Rapoport of
How Have US-China Relations Changed Since 1971?
"With president biden now at the helm and the chinese economy predicted to overtake the us. In just a few years. How have relations between the two nations changed since kissinger's visit in nineteen seventy one. And what is the future of these two superpowers who better to ask than vincent. Knee the guardians china affairs correspondent who presented a documentary on bbc world. Service called when kissinger went to china. I started off by asking him. How nineteen seventy-one meeting came about what to some extent. It was a multi year project. Starting with both sides signaled intention of contact. This was initially conducted a very quietly and in a very subtle way beginning with the us. Calling china it's proper name at people's republic of china instead of red china or communist china and in beijing mao also wants to get in touch with richard nixon and his administration so they stay on the media's began to reduce the use of blessed capitalists. The things like this a eventually president. Nixon told pakistani president. Y'all calm and yao coundon tote chairman mao. That's the americans was serious. So that was the beginning of this contact. At in retrospect it was a very practical way of changing the course of the cold war. If you think about in the ninety sixties seventies when richard nixon came to power in ninety sixty eight vietnam. War was still a huge controversy in the us. Adding china around ninety sixty nine. There was a border war between china and the soviet union and around around autumn nineteen. Sixty nine It was rumored that's soviet union wants to to plan a pre emptive strike on china's so chairman mao at the time was really looking for a way out of this. And of course you know for nixon. I going to another communist big power. They wanted to change the triangular relationship between the us soviet union and china
NFL's Richard Sherman Jailed on Domestic Violence Allegation
"NFL defensive back Richard Sherman has been arrested after authorities said he tried to force his way into a family members home in suburban Seattle and fought with officers online records say Sherman was booked early Wednesday on suspicion of so called burglary domestic violence authorities say they also are investigating allegations that Sherman crashed a vehicle on a highway and ran away Sherman played seven seasons with the Seahawks and three more with the forty Niners before becoming a free agent this year the NFL says it investigates any incident involving law enforcement I'm Dave Ferrie
Fat Freezing: What Is It, and Does It Work?
"Can tell you once and for all if that freezing actually works and what to be wary of if you do book in welcome. Kim enrich id. Let's just start with the very basics. What is so. It is using a technology to freeze festivals called cry policies. So there's a number of different machines that do the same thing and so it drops the temperature basically it sucks area bank traded into the head. That's giving the treatment and lowers the temperature to below freezing which preferentially damages the fat cells makes them dissolve so in a nutshell. Cry pulses is the technical word for and that's how it works. It kills off the fence as with anything that sounds too good to be true which his stocks does it actually work S in certain circumstances. I would say yes Patient selection is k. To this and the peds that he used all the headset is richard. Sate can only trait a specific area. Which is a relatively small at a time. And so we know patient is getting assist to have this trait. -ment the kind of thing. Oh maybe it's a number like a thousand dollars a treatment but that may include any one or two pads and they may need six eight ten twelve depending on which areas need to be treated in the also generally need to have more than one treatment so If you're looking at the the selling point number it may look absolutely too good to be true and generally would-be because once someone's pain assist. No one's body is generally the same size as the the pad probably one of the base places that could be used. And i've i've seen some people get some okay. Results is in the upper arm. So if you've got no loose skin tiny bit of extra fat in the area It may not be the right size for the. The heat of the unit in one treatment might help in that area.
COVID-19 Delta Variant Runs Rampant in the U.S.
"The delta varying it is more contagious K to ours. Peter Seymour joins us live from the news centre. Becky Valley Wise hospitals in Arizona have 12 Covid 19 patients Right now. We had one patient in the hospital 3.5 weeks ago that had covid 19 disease, so Certainly starting to see an increase again. Dr. Michael White and former CDC director Richard Bessler hope the slight surge doesn't mean worse things to come. If everyone were to get vaccinated with this vaccine, there'll be less virus spreading around less likelihood that there would be very in submerging that we would need a new vaccine for like a booster shot. Public health leaders and hospitals are still measuring The Delta variance mark in Arizona as coronavirus cases and hospitalizations remain steady. But Los Angeles County reports a spike of 3000 cases in the past three days. So who needs to be concerned any area where there's a lower rate of vaccination you're going to see spread, and it's going to vary by neighborhood here in New Jersey, where I am my community 76% of adults are fully vaccinated the next town over its 44% health leaders in L. A county. He blamed the unvaccinated who catch the delta variant in the valley. Dr. White believes that variant is making his dozen covid 19 patients sicker just here. Over the last few days, we're starting to see people that are presenting that are more acutely ill needing more intensive care. Last month, the unvaccinated made up 92% of Arizona's coronavirus cases. Dr White calls this all the more reason to take your covid 19 shots where we are now within the Covid 19 pandemic isn't a lot better place than we
Billionaires In Space (MM #3764)
"The Maison with Kevin Nation, hope the last few years months, weeks days, even been a lot of talk about billionaires going into office space, the space race between billionaires, Richard Branson, yesterday, going up, the outer space. I guess it wouldn't be considered a rocket a rocket plane. I don't know what you call it, and of course, Jeff Bezos going up in one of his Rockets here, in the next couple of weeks wage. Well, I'm kind of disgusted like many people. And while I understand the desire to do things, you once wished you could do as a kid. If you're a billionaire, you can do those things. Heck, if you're a billionaire, you can do anything. But sadly like many months, look at what, all those people do, did not help their employees. But all those people do the forward themselves and don't think of a bigger picture. Don't think of the world we're living in right now. Think about how can they waste their money on something frivolous and stupid just for their own enrichment. Now, the counter argument, of course is their money. They can do whatever they want with it and I understand that but it's still just leaves a bad taste in my mouth. Something just bothers me when I can't put my finger on it but billionaires in space some people say, leave them their wage.
"richard left" Discussed on KOMO
"Assists on eighteen makes great distribution and great sharing the basketball which pro top seven going to be a big key in order for the seniors to try to get their first win against Oregon Washington seniors in six against the doctor himself because the king he missed the body a long rebound devotees title and if he stepped on the sideline as he tried to bring it into the front court metal be turned over back to work Washington up forty five thirty five long way to go though Richard left sided twelve issue books in against five about the mid posts around shop from paying falls off the rim to the right offense a rebound a quarrel under the basket puts it back up in in the forty five thirty seven underneath the basket we see the couple referred over to David crispy yep it's a bit bells but nor is he gets a decaying a lap on the way pulls off but there's a balance please give me a free throws has this crowd now has a little bit of Jews little bit alive the second free throw for Louis king is good ten forty to go to the ball game it's forty five thirty nine just the two possession game as well as the dogs have played green running the baseline against pressure gets identifiable the corner you strap locks up the right sideline if not by the US border he gets mauled there's still power ball and we're going to do now the right hander keen on the normal nas Carter absolutely is green looks and finds the right and if you Chris three containment steps into a straight on three David his fourth three pointer of the night eighteen David Chris usually by nine other big three N. as Washington tries to continue to build this lead sometimes those long range shots or what you need here's a mean handle but suffice Pritchard back to the main Pritchard down the left lane posted against naas Carter topped the two three David Chris Richards and driving tickets Norris drives the baseline tries a reverse hit the underside of the ram ball goes out of bounds it back to watching did with five to shoot this off the defense's been protest road away again Dominic green it was unclear if you're throwing to the well or Timmons in all ten players on the floor we're in the back court affected you even say for Timmins would not even be in that situation is going to be on the other side I have court no organ gets it back after the eleventh turn over the game by the Huskies nine thirty seven left because he's a pretty great so far forty eight thirty nine the lead at Oregon Washington trying to move the six in in the conference runs the baseline skewed to me never turned a critical eye for open three forty the six everybody up the floor yet the pain struggle because that's not green right side Chris its down to halfway down nor is the rebound he tried to pass it behind his back or maybe just dribble you just lost it lost the momentum on the the back watching forty eight forty two it's a six point advantage hi Steven Dickerson between the rain still pounding the table with twenty of the shot clock here's Dominic green now the right point looks in the growth that counts not the prince press one to go to work on a bridge across the river in the back half of all the way by Pritchard and comes up with a hand gets well by David press compound problems here's a need at the right point listening it's not Carter throws it away right in the hands of Dickerson David Chris pulls up top of the key Chris looked at those outside North Korea order returns the prince fifty seven there are three onto you gotta get spacing forced the defense ladies one of the two men there instead David right down the middle before Carter posted a similar plot the basket picks up the quarter left point three is steps into his first points of the game he is so good in pac twelve play the sophomore from Rochester pushes the lead back up to nine I can't believe how much the.
"richard left" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"We were doing a sopranos the family beau John Sonny Franzese died yesterday from an infection he was one hundred and three years old tough loss at any age he was so much a part of who I am as a man good or bad he loved his children no doubt about that that's the word from his son Michael the renowned tough guy did his prison time without ever turning on his mob associates following a nineteen sixty seven conviction widely considered both inside and outside organized crime as a set up he was sentenced to fifty years and offered up this observation of better I do everyone yeah he did no pardon no parole fifty years widely admired and respected in the mafia for sticking to his house of America finally freed in two thousand seventeen at the age of one hundred his son Michael who initially followed his father into the mob Richard left organized crime became a born again Christian and a motivational speaker the elder Franzese born in Sicily my more hell bent the gangster became a made man at the age of fourteen well over the years he listed his alleged it might work as a tailor Baker and a salesman but he was a gangster my favorite Franzese story he was once asked if he knew Frank Sinatra when she was quick to correct the questioner yes the question the wrong way you should've asked did Frank Sinatra know Sonny Franzese one thing knowledge that he killed ten men during a two thousand six chat with the mob informant other estimates of his mob murders run as high as sixty there's a all told story on the streets of Brooklyn about a night when a man walked in the back of Sonny's club for a sit down an argument ensued Franzese shot the other man dead the body was carried outside and one hundred I witnesses swore they saw that bearing Jeff liked in the movies yep Franzese returned to his family in Brooklyn after his release in two thousand seventeen from the federal Medical Center in Massachusetts and for the most part the last three years led a quiet life this is where you usually say rest in peace but I think I'm gonna pass.
"richard left" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Play Piper dot com this morning now a perspective that eight forty three Americans are known around the world to be quick with a hug but Richard Levin is an embracing that habit my mom was a hooker she hugged us she hugged her friends she hugged my friends she hugged every data brought by at the time was a little overwhelming but sweet one of my childhood friends sent a note on what would have been mom's eighty first birthday he looked back with fondness and affection I have used to hug him every time he came over but it left me a little cautious and today's Huggy culture makes me squirm I'm afraid hugging is lost its intimacy worse I think it's created a weird awkwardness about shaking hands and frankly out in the world I prefer a handshake countless personal and business connections start with a handshake and just as many of history's most important relationships agreements and deals have been sealed that way we've been shaking hands since the ninth century BC some say it began as evidence the two people are on armed I've read the up and down motion was meant to dislodge hidden knives are daggers and since it it's been an act of trust respect and friendship of alliances pledges greetings and farewells in my own experience it creates an important moment of connection take someone's hand and gaining instant understanding of who you're with you can tell they're confident or hesitant aggressive or passive fully present or distracted it's fascinating and revealing hugs I prefer to save them for family loved ones and good friends recognition of an important moment shared comfort to someone who is grieving or suffering today's bro hug that handshake which leads to strapping pats on the back that's an okay synthesis but still meet me in business at a party or on the street and please give me that moment of full attention and your hand assuming there are no hidden weapons we can let things progress from there with the perspective I'm Richard left Richard Levin is an East Bay writer who teaches martial arts yoga.
"richard left" Discussed on 790 KABC
"The brewers are the other teams in contention trade deadline is july thirty first meanwhile the angels could be sellers at the deadline there are thirteen and a half out and trail seattle by eleven for the final wildcard spot if that's not bad enough the club announced today h right hander garrett richards left tuesday's game in the third wanna go tommy john surgery he's done for the rest of this season and likely next year as well richard will be the fifth angels pitcher to have tommy john surgery this season and remember shohei otani has terrorists elbow ligament but right now he is opting for stem cell and plasma therapy and here you go luke walton land stevenson on hand for tonight's lakers clippers game of the vegas summer league rookie mall wagner not playing with jazz harsher is and he was on fire from the outside he that he popper three he's averaging over twenty points a game and how about rookie nick king he was on target from three right now at the half the lakers leave forty two thirty six women's final is set at wimbledon and will feature seven time champ serena williams or what her semifinal match today in straightsets crazy to think ten months ago she gave birth to her first child now if you just one went away from a record tying twenty four th grand slam title she'll take on angie kerber of germany on saturday violates but less than a week since lebron james sign with the lakers but the king has already gone headfirst into the hollywood scene variety magazine report james production company is pitched a comedy film to paramount with lebron's set to have a role in it as a matter of fact starring tnc sport shot this video of lebron leaving a restaurant last night in beverly hills after having dinner without pacino leonardo dicaprio not exactly sure what they discussed bet it wasn't just basketball even though leo is a huge lakers fan and it seems like leo tried to run interference for the two because after the meal he went out the front allen lebron went out the back my only question pick up the tab this has been the sports desk with fred rubio.
"richard left" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Why never right never ready for the campus zucca yeah the as actually die when they lose in houston six five and eleven that was robert ford on astros radio so that tapper hit by alex bregman he didn't want it i think in the ball was foul as catcher jonathan lacroix dropped the ball trying to tag bregman who is backpedaling towards home plate then as he ran a first lucrative in the helmet with his throw that allow the winning run to score the second run houston scored in the eleventh again to beat the as six five the angels dropped the mariners nine three blood starting pitcher gary richards left in the third with right forearm irritation an mri today this was just richard second star back from a pulled hamstring the red sox won their eighth straight eight four over the rangers while the yankees took a six five loss in baltimore cincinnati seven four winning cleveland all those reds runs scored in the ninth the cubs to nothing win in san francisco the dodgers a four one loss in san diego arizona rallied for a five three w in colorado and the jays kept the braves shrug largos there's a line drive into right field stay fair well it's a base hit into score is martin polar running through a stop side he will score as well it's a two run double for d as a fourrun frame for the blue jays they're up five to one as heard on jay's radio.
"richard left" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"With two locations at at and t park then brandon belt against richard left handed hitter and he walked now the giants had the basic loaded one run in and austin jackson was the hitter one strike offering swing like right down the line and that should be excavations rolling quickly into the corner near the foul pole scoring longoria here comes hundley right behind him belt to third and he'll put the brakes on there are two run double this time for austin jackson and now it is a three nothing giants leaving austin jackson who had only three rb is this year until he had that three run doubled against the dodgers over the weekend now has nine rbi's and he is swinging the hot bat he had a big day he was on base four times in this game the padres came back and got two runs of their own in the third inning started with a walker caesar and caesar then went to third later in the evening on a hit by margo just a little infield hit putting runners at first and third down keeping the ending going for eric hosmer who has been red hot to one pitch to house where he swings it's a high drive right field mccutchen is back on the warning track up against the wall jumps up and it's over his head and it bounces off the bricks and starts back toward the infield into score caesar over from around hill store rather margot hill score hosmer trying for third and the relay is there tied longoria tags out hosmer house moore who i don't think was running particularly hard at the beginning still tried to make it the third base and longoria tag watching the replay got him in time he is outnumbered three but the padres score two on the long down and and great heads up anticipation of that play by kelvin tomlinson who raced out into right field just in case the ball hit those bricks where the the wall angles inward from the three sixty five marker and sure enough that's what it did and he was already way out there to play that carrim and hit crawford with the real and crawford wheeled and made a perfect throw to third just sensational execution there to get harder against all odds at third base so it was three to two and then the last of the third the.
"richard left" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Down where the drunkards roll dark socks about betrayal and loss they played together for a decade by that time there were problems in my marriage which i'm kind of fond of saying i didn't know about but on a subliminal level one does know these things you know it was nine hundred ninety two and linda had just delivered their third child her throat hurt all the time you got it was pretty bad and then i i mean i just come out while still i just had a baby so he'd he'd stuck around to the baby was born but soon as she was born a couple of weeks a week i don't know he told me i've met somebody else identified ever told anybody this but the first thing i said was she saying i mean what normal person would say catch she saying she was heartbroken when richard left and without explanation her voice went with him i just flew away like someone had left the cage door open that was really awful and that that kind of it put the singing into perspective big she was mute no one at home with a newborn and two young children she was totally isolated if you can't speak it's just a nightmare i mean it's it's it's it's a nightmare she couldn't make a sound when she picked up the phone strangers looked at her puzzled as she gestured never knew what was wrong with me i went to this guy and he said oh you've got hysterical and you know one hand it was it was great to know that that that that it has a name on the other hand you know even though i'm a layman i could understand the hysterical stonier meant that there was something wrong with my brain rather than my throat for months her brain toyed with her throat sometimes it was totally fine other days nothing dry gurgles barely escape ironically when she was at her worst that.
"richard left" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The trouble started in the studio feels like it feels like somebody's strangling you from the inside that's what it feels like linda would step to the mic open her mouth to sing and instead of it coming out you you kinda some kind of squeak or constriction happens i she was recording her sixth album with husband richard thompson they were one of those mythic rock and roll couples he wrote songs for her to sing with titles like withered and died down where the drunkards roll dark socks about betrayal and loss they played together for a decade by that time there were problems in my marriage which i'm kind of fond of saying i didn't know about but on a subliminal level one does know these things you know it was nineteen eighty two and linda had just delivered their third child her throat hurt all the time you got it was pretty bad and then i i mean i just come hospital i just had a baby so i mean he he stuck around the baby was born but soon as she was born a couple of weeks a week he told me i've met somebody else identified ever told anybody this but the first thing i said was can she sing i mean what normal person would say catchy sing she was heartbroken when richard left and without explanation her voice went with him i just flew away like someone had left the cage door open that was really awful and that that kind of it put the singing into perspective she was mute i know at home with a newborn and two young children she was totally isolated if you can't speak it's just a nightmare i mean it's it's it's a it's a nightmare she couldn't make a sound when she picked up the phone strangers looked at her puzzled as she gestured never knew what was wrong with me and i went to this guy and he said oh you've got hysterical and you know one hand it was it was great to know that that that that it has a name on the other hand you know even though i'm a layman i could understand the hysterical desonier meant that there was something wrong with my brain rather than my throat for months her brain toyed with her throat sometimes it was totally fine other days nothing dry gurgles barely escape ironically when she was at her worst that.
"richard left" Discussed on The Awkward Human Survival Guide
"What lisa frank is really colorful sticker and from the late nineties yeah for girls i did i did an frank in lisa frank style once because a friend of ours suggested that well she didn't suggest it she said sometimes i get them confused and it's terrible and so i made i made at least the anne frank which is very offensive and no one should ever see it we get the questions we should does anyone wanna eat part of richard oh i've already had part of richard and as regularly do but make sure you save one part of richard for so he can transform back into a human being later yeah i mean there's there's two and a half parts of richard left so okay so do you wanna do you wanna piece of richard before we get into questions more dabble waiter this'll yeah it's like a rainbow on acid yeah for children our first question comes from murray chad michael perhaps a cousin of chad michael murray who is a twenty seven year old heterosexual male good afternoon awkward humans i have rubbed my dick raw am in need of assistance do not fret i have ment this is a purely i send crisis my relationship with my lady is out of a dump some nature in which i am some arrangement works like it does for many in the community in so far as we keep our sex in the home and go about our lives as a standard american couple and all of the situations almost but not quite also use a consenting that i wear when i'm open to being dominated and she wears a horny term bracelet when she wants to tell me down to we have our roles in limits but the ring and bracelet gives us a way to ask for what we want and give consent without words that's a turn on for both of us rier my lady went on a snowboarding trip with her girlfriends to celebrate international women's day i stayed at home in masturbated one of our roles.
"richard left" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Our culture teaches that civilizations like citystate's come about as a result of technological innovation such as agriculture giving people more free time this free time the story goes they produce art literature religion and explore the cosmo's primitive cultures don't have these things because they don't have the time for them in fact ease represent two of our most deadly myth leisuretime every empirical study of both historic and contemporary cultures finds that the more complex than hierarchical a culture is the harder the people in a must work and the more frantic their lives are look how many hours a week the average middle management executive works about 60 and how many families have to forty hours per week workers devoting a hours a week to pay in the mortgage feeding family only us very small class of people within the city state enjoys the leisuretime state of freedom its economic and political rulers and because the ruling class is not producing food those who are who are food producers must spend extra time making food for those who are not is schone require the same average two thousand calories of food energy every day is do any other humans however they expand on average only two hour there is a day to acquire it because they were a nomadic people who move from place to place following their food supply as a season's changed in food became scarce in one place the simply moved to another if one food wasn't available they knew where and how to find another brought a university professor richard leave found that the cimoli struck try structured tribal group the coin of the kalahari desert in africa spend less than fifteen hours a week two hours a day attending to gathering food any other necessities of life the rest of the time he said they played told stories and made music john yellen in the national science foundation found the same to be true of the whole of the hot in todd's another hunter gatherer group in africa.
"richard left" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Latest usa gymnastics fallout and cecile richards leaving planned parenthood all coming up next this is marketplace i'm cairo's raised we're doing a project all this year about financial crisis mel not the crisis itself so much but how the near cratering of the american economy ten years ago and the recession that followed change this country it changed things big picture yes it also change things day to day how people feel about their personal economies and their futures and we've been asking those folks to tell us their stories today from los angeles jason friedman in 2007 i bought my first house with my wife and as a financial planner i wanted to make sure that wherever i bought a house it was going to be some place that i could be for a while said how said we ended up buying was a a nice little fourbedroom house in a good neighbour bright across the street from elementary school that we were excited to have family in the kids could go to that alimentary school but what i didn't expect is i didn't expect it to get a divorce a year later i ended up keeping the house and my wife moved out i didn't want to sell the house for a couple of reasons one is it was so far below what i paid for it in two thousand seven that i didn't wanna short sell it an agent when a foreclose on it.
"richard left" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show
"Lack babies and for illegally selling baby organs and body parts on the black market for profit to the highest bidder the fbi is now investigating planned parenthood for criminal actions here or senior planned parenthood officials jennifer russ o debra new could tola and mary gatt or caught on hidden camera discussing their crimes right now did they survey how dare specifications do they take the whole specimen though they've okay starting resuscitation stylish that happens as the case in the last of him back we are unfeasible very very much a facilitate said he'd been like kind words are breeds an ultrasound living out of you though he against all his personal i think some people are doing more some slated to us here's what you expect for in tact it tissue what what sort of compensation what serrano milwaukee's darpa tell me where used to clear you know negotiations a person's rose after figure firstset loss right so one the liberal beauty i wanna lamborghini i wanna lamborghini that's planned parenthood admitting to negotiating to haggling over what price should be paid for a baby ports for and for whole baby a cadavers at in in that previous video at planned parenthood is admitting to making sure that babies come out whole cloth fully intact so they get a higher price for them on the open market i wonder why the justice department is investigating them i wonder and it's funny how barack obama didn't investigate them two years ago when he's tapes came out but there is a new sheriff in town and now planned parenthood is being investigated so what else to cecile richards leave behind his legacy martineau malli the former shirtless democrat candidate for governor pushed in 2016 the oftrepeated claim that ninety seven percent of the work the planned parenthood does is about mammograms and preventative health to begin planned parenthood.
"richard left" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"University professor richard leave found that the similarly struck structured tribal group the coin of the kalahari desert in africa spend less than fifteen hours a week two hours a day attending to gathering food any other necessities of life the rest of the time he said they played told stories and made music john yellen and the national science foundation found the same to be true of the of the hot and todd's another hunter gatherer group in africa the schone at an elaborate end meaningful culture and religion generally did not suffer from famines or plagues they had lived comfortably in happily on their land for at least several thousand perhaps as many as ten thousand years in the land is clean and pure and productive as it could be in that desert mountain region living harmoniously with their neighbours at the time mark twain took his ride through their territory this schone had accomplished over a thousand years a second achievement which is regularly touted by our leaders is the highest goal of humankind it eliminated warfare there was not even a word for war in their language the schone lived a tribal life in one of the most desolate parts of north america or the population density the range from one person every fifty square miles one person every hundred square miles a typical tribal unit was a single extended family of five to twenty people and they travelled at a leisurely pace across a wide area on those rare occasions when others including whites came to attack than they simply ran away and hid occasions for attack were rare largely because the sheshona accumulated no wealth they had no systems for preserving in stirring food minerals are anything other than what they could carry in this regard they were not poor allies were comfortable their family interactions meaningful and their food supply ample a symbol of this is found in the highest status actor sheshona could could commit in the presence of others give them what he had generosity is how one achieve social standing among the sheshona whereas.
"richard left" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Of people within the city state enjoys the leisuretime state of freedom its economic and political rulers and because the ruling class is not producing food those who are who are food producers must spend extra time making food for those who are not the sheshona require the same average two thousand calories of food energy every day is do any other humans however they expand on average only two hours a day to acquire it because they were a nomadic people who move from place to place following their food supply as a season's changed in food became scarce in one place this simply moved to another if one food wasn't available they knew where and how to find another a university professor richard leave found that these similarly struck try is structured tribal group the coin of the kalahari desert in africa spend less than fifteen hours a week two hours a day attending to gathering food any other necessities of life the rest of the time he said they played told stories and made music john yellen of the national science foundation found the same to be true of the whole of the hot todd's another hunter gatherer group in africa the schone at an elaborate and meaningful culture and religion generally did not suffer from famines or plagues they had lived comfortably in happily on their land for at least several thousand perhaps as many as ten thousand years in pena land is clean and pure and productive as it could be in that desert mountain region living harmoniously with their neighbours at the time mark twain took his ride through their territory this schone had accomplished over thousand years a second achievement which is regularly early touted by our leaders is.
"richard left" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Of people within the citystate enjoys the leisuretime state of freedom its economic and political rulers and because the ruling class not producing food those who are who are food producers must spend extra extratime making food for those who are not the sheshona require the same averaged two thousand calories of food energy every day is do any other humans however they expand on average only two hours a day to acquire it because they were a nomadic people who moved from place to place following their food supply as a season's changed in food became scarce in one place this simply moved to another if one food wasn't available they knew where and how to find another ronnie university professor richard leave found that these cimoli struck try is structured tribal group the coin of the kalahari desert in africa spend less than fifteen hours a week two hours a day attending to gathering food any other necessities of life the rest of the time he said they played told stories and made music john yellen of the national science foundation found the same to be true of the of the hot and todd's another hunter gatherer group in africa the schone at an elaborate and meaningful culture and religion generally did not suffer from famines or plagues they had lived comfortably in happily on their land for at least several thousand perhaps as many as ten thousand years in the land is clean and pure and productive as it could be in that desert mountain region living harmoniously their neighbours at the time mark twain took his ride through their territory this schone had accomplished over a thousand years a second achievement which is regularly touted by our leaders is.
"richard left" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Auto flocco he's comes in his game with nine with ninety nine straight exams without a touchdown pass the ones that he's had on today all and he's well north of a hundred without reaching the end zone second in ten from the vikings 48 minnesota two nine early in the court quarter from minneapolis ainum shotgun which jerry is right in motion he slight left one of reversing richard left treadwell out to the right tinam takes the snap ravens blitz and case buyers deep left side one was twenty four brought genome of imf down at what a great grow by case keno paul he put that thing right exactly where it needed to be looked areas web finally somebody curious right getting separation between the two just beating the corner just fairly getting past them because all day our receivers i have not been able to run by any of these defensive backs from baltimore first 10 from the ravens 22 minnesota leads eighteen nine ju receivers right offset i find keen on the tale back at gierek mckinnon handoff goes to gierek jumped cuts away from charles sought to the right times it up to the twenty any stopped keppy eighteen yard line a run of four jahor we run down to van lever guys avas falling in love with case kim's deep all his ability to throw it to word only his receivers can get it and i think the most important thing he puts enough air on the ball so it's catchable it's a nice softball it comes down to the receivers hands every time it leaves his hand like uh looks like he can afford that think that it gets there with accuracy and precision genome seventeen of twenty seven won forty five team nine viking second in six from the ravens 18.
"richard left" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel
"Oh absolutely absolutely and and i i was shocked is anybody's well richard left because he he owned the state of west virginia you know i i really not was a um yeah that that was a shocker it really was in uh uh yeah it it affecting uh for several years like you say the whole landscape with a lot of different jobs with with universities and and who knows how much money some of these schools lost her or made or whatever and uh um it was an interesting uh an interesting outcome for that game as far as how i would it affect college football coach i wanted to ask you since you know you you bounced around some like most football coach is now in your mother let me catch your let me cut you off tony go asset heisman trophy winner right court wanna greatest players ever flight he was thrown out a one football game his entire career who was it against west virginia in the back yard brawl okay go ahead bruce anyway i got okay things are you fired up talking about the backyard brawl are you still have to literally i'll i my my senior year let me give you another what this might have been the turning point for johnny majors i talked to buy junk coach majors winning i'm i'm wanted to captains it's it's our senior year word like uh you'd have to look this up bobby baldness still to come was the last year to bobby coach their okay and this would have been seven the three i guess it would have been and we were and they were like three in one maybe we were to one out something like that so it was it was a huge game okay in the snake put down and old morgantown field and uh joe avezzano god blesses so you guys know joe listen live right.