35 Burst results for "Roberson"
"roberson" Discussed on My Seven Chakras
"A thunderstorm came along and this bolt of lightning hit very close, you know, is one of those things where you see the flash and almost instantly bam. You hear the thunder, which means it's very close. And for a second, I was frightened and you know, like, okay, that could have been me, right? And for some reason, the next thing I said was, okay, I'm not scared anymore. What do you want me to do? And that's as close as I can come to explaining it, you know? But it felt like, you know, I think the reason that I really gravitated to eastern philosophy, eastern religion, yoga, meditation, all of it. Was because of the emphasis on experience on the emphasis on not accepting what someone tells you, but doing the experiment yourself and seeing what happens. You know, like a scientist like a more of a scientific inquiry and to me that made sense. And, you know, I started doing the experiments and I started having experiences and a certain kind of knowing or at least a taste of that knowing was possible myself. Does that make sense? Yeah, for sure. I mean, I'm sure that back when you were a child, the idea of having a felt experience and you being in charge of it and using or exploring your consciousness in your awareness might have felt really inspiring, like you are going on an adventure. And because you had that very close experience to death potentially, it might have failed even more rear view. And so in your book, in speaking about breathwork, you write from there, the sky is the limit. They can take you to heaven into altered states of consciousness as high as the stars, as I was after one breath intensive in India. I call it my mountain top experience. I can only describe it with pottery words, bliss, the Garden of Eden. The piece that surpasses understanding. So talk to us about this experience, where were you doing? And how did you find yourself there? Okay, this happened in India in Kuna in 2001 and I went to puna to study at the INR institute, the iyengar yoga institute in Pune. I mean, I knew I did not like the iyengar yoga institute. Okay. It didn't work for me and I was quite unhappy. I stood there for a week or so took classes and I got I'm trying to remember the sequence of this. I got sick from eating the wrong thing and got over that. And then Sunday, the first Sunday I was in India or the second Sunday I was in India. It was my birthday, February 11th. And I felt better. And so I decided to take the day off. I mean, of course, I knew that the osho meditation center was also in puna and I knew that I was going to at least check it out. Even though I'd had I was very skeptical about the osho center and what I've heard about osha. Anyway, long story short, I went to the ocean center on that Sunday. And long story short, I moved across town to Korean park to stay at the osho center. I never went back to the iyengar school. And while I was at the osho place, I took a group workshop intensive, and the name of it was breath, open to feeling. And it lasted for three days or four days. And it was intense doesn't. I mean, we did that we danced. We did yoga. We talked, we breathed, you know, I had done pranayama, yoga pranayama. I had already been to Thailand and started to be pasta na Buddhist meditation. So I had done those things, but this was something else. You know, this was cathartic, you know, the kind of open mouth circular breathing connected breathing. I mean, we would do this for, I don't know, 20 minutes, 30 minutes, 40 minutes, and so first day, at the end of the first day, we have shavasana at the end. Everybody lies down. I'm lying there, eyes closed. I feel the cool marble floor under me. You know, and it's not dark yet, so there's still light coming through my eyelids. And then all of a sudden this darkness came down over me. I didn't know what it was, but all of a sudden, I was in darkness. Now, later, I knew that it was a sheet being placed over me. By the assistance. But I did not know this at the moment. So anyway, this darkness comes over me. I'm lying there. And next thing I know, I'm in my crib. And I don't mean like having a memory. I mean, I was looking up from my crib, seeing the side rail with the rods, the dowels, looking up at the ceiling in my crib. And I was calling out or crying out and there was no response, no answer, nobody came. And I'm bawling. I'm crying, uncontrollably, and I don't know how long the crying went on for. It was a long time, and I just remember vaguely hearing murmurs, the other people in the room, like what's going on, I heard a snicker, you know, like, what's up with that guy or something, you know? And the next day, the start of day two, the later the teacher, he said to me, you don't have to, but do you mind sharing what happened yesterday? And I said, all I know is that I was in my crib and so that was sort of the break that was the breakthrough that was that was connecting with a very deep, early experience that has shaped me has shaped my life has shaped my sort of emotional nature and I felt so much freer after that, you know, it's like things opened up. I was able to participate or freely and more fully, right? And then on the third day, we've done more X, Y, and Z and breathing and lion's breath for 30 minutes across from another person. Eye to eye, so many things. Anyway, on the third day, at lunchtime, everyone got up, walked out to go to eat and I was so blissful. I don't know another word for it, but I didn't care I was not interested in eating. I remember on my way out, I layed down and.
No. 3 Iowa beats No. 4 Penn State 23-20, fans storm field
"Third ranked Iowa rallied for a twenty three twenty win against number four Penn state Spencer Peters threw a forty four yard touchdown pass to Nika regaining to complete the Hawkeyes come back from a two touchdown deficit Iowa picked off four passes and stifle the Nittany lions after quarterback Sean Clifford was knocked out of the game in the first half back up to Kwan Roberson was just seven of twenty one for thirty four yards no touchdowns and two interceptions Iowa earned its twelfth straight win and handed Penn state its first loss in ten games I'm Dave Ferrie
Boris Epshteyn Comments on Poll Showing 52% of Americans Want Biden Gone
"Having front of me. A report from our buddy pulled the dodd that rasmussen reports found survey fifty two percent. Boris fifty two percent of americans want biden to withdraw just because of his handling of kabul. Yeah i would say fifty. Two percent is actually lower. I've seen the polling. That came out yesterday from the left sebastian. From you governor. Communists morning concept did the twin poles long. Do you go. the yougov. Connersville had a fifteen hundred persons sample. So a little bit inside baseball. That's a huge samples. Usually you're looking at seven hundred. Eight hundred people. Fifteen hundred american sampled right track wrong track upside down by thirty points. Thirty percent more people thought not thirty percent difference but but thirty percent more people thought the wearing going on the wrong track. Doesn't the right track agra. I'm surprised they've roberson that. Boris and the published across which is very unusual. Now because usually these lefties they hide Hide the background information. Twenty nine fifty eight twenty nine right direction. Fifty wrong direction and serve use a thirteen percent on shore. Okay hang on hang on the twenty nine percent who is twenty nine percent of americans who think we're going the right direction. They've people haven't seen the news last couple of weeks. Here's the interesting and realclearpolitics been talking about this and as a as somebody who's studied this for a long time you know this i noticed you know a lot of presidents political leaders. They have built base right. Obama had a base yes. President trump unbelievably as a huge mega base. So by got no base. Nobody wakes up in the morning you know puts on their close shaves. Looks in the mirror gets ready. You know puts on their makeup. Whatever they whatever you're doing. I love joe biden. He's got nobody likes that. And and that is going to cause. I think 'cause approval rating is gonna dip into the twenties. If not below. You've gonna be. Nancy pelosi
Darwin Used Charm to Blunt Academic Attacks on Natural Selection
"Darwin we if you look at the sepia tinted photographs of darwin. You see him as a roberson victorian gentleman that you would have to watch appeasement jews with in reality. He seems to be a very sociable probable person. He seems to inspire an. I don't use this word like he. Did he inspired a lot of brotherly love from his surra surrounding. And i feel that they did not want to tread on his toes. By saying we think you'll theory of natural selection will not fly. They try to trim their responses to him because they love in a fraternal sense. And they want. They wanted to help him And this is surprising. I wish i could inspire so much lovers. Charles darwin it would. It would help me a lot socially and professionally my life but anyway he. He extorted extent he made people blunck's their attacks on him because he was such a job when fellow. I think so you think that I mean in the book. You say beware. You've been fooled. In other words that that darwin through his social graces and and through his the way he wrote He basically as i think you said dulled the criticisms and enable this theory which as far as you're concerned has no actual scientific backing enable it to go forward through the decades so that those opposed to stump theistic solution grabbed it and said we have to make this work even though it has problems. There's nothing better and then you say that. What does it matter whether there's any thing better. Either this works or
Stars, on rookie Jason Robertson's 2 goals, top Panthers 4-1
"Jason Robertson scored his tenth and eleventh goals of the season to carry the stars past the Panthers for one I think the biggest thing for us right now is catching that fourth place that's what I want to do that's what I do in a locked room wants to do and we're just focusing on getting the sign next couple games and trying to make that for seat so that's what's most important that's what I'm looking most start towards fuel less Bronson Roberson beat Sergei Bobrovsky in the first two minutes before Jamie Benn made it three nothing midway through the opening period entitled open stopped twenty shots and blanked the Panthers after Alexander bar coffee dimana para play with one and a half seconds left in the second Florida has lost three in a row tying a season high I'm the ferry
"roberson" Discussed on Catch my Killer
"Killer podcast. Thank you for listening. It was the winner of nineteen eighty-three when land jarvi received. Knock on the door. It was two police officers. They told her that she needed to contact her. Mother immediately. Officers didn't provide any information but whenever police officers show up at your door. It's never going to be a good thing. Plan called and spoke to her brother. He had terrible news for that would never leave. her brother. Said janette is dead. Landa thought it was a joke but she was wrong. Ginette was lanez older sister due to family issues growing up the sisters were never close but still the women were still family. Genetic moved the georgia but left in return home to michigan with her husband. Alvin and two children. The family settled in at a small town in michigan. Called reid city. Jeanette had a love for animals. You can tell by looking at old photos. She found a job working in a pet store. That was in the basement of a hardware store. Called gambles landed told me that she had been in the pet store and never felt safe in it. She said that it was in the dark basement with no windows. On january nineteenth nineteen ninety-three another employee found genetic bruised and beaten body. Someone had also sexually assaulted. Her told me that there was no semen there was. Dna left behind she described. The homicide is brutal. Police believe that someone had killed her between the hours of one in four pm. What's difficult to understand about. This case is that she was killed while employees and customers were upstairs. Apparently no one saw reported anything unusual. The police put together composites of three different men who could have possibly been involved genetics. Death over the years there have been tips but nothing has ever led was suspect or any type of motive read city is a small town where homicides aren't common. The murder had sent a shiver through the tiny michigan town. Things like that just didn't happen there especially not to a woman is kind and friendly. As janette landed described. Jeanette is a small woman but someone with a big loving personality. She told me that the police and other podcast about the homicide. Believe the genetics husband. Alvin may have been involved. The lane strongly disagrees. She told me that. Alvin was a peaceful man who never raises voice at his wife. She also said that genet- would never have tolerated any type of physical abuse. Leinna also addressed rumors about alvin allegedly have an affair and looking to end his marriage if she told me that she doesn't necessarily believe this to be another belief is that nets wasn't plan because she was killed with items from the store. It could have been someone who is interested in dating janette but was rejected. Jane were the nineteenth marking. The thirtieth anniversary of ginette robertson's brutal homicide the building where she took her final breath still exists. The basement has since become a storage area. Whoever killed jeanette has never been identified. Lanna has said that she will continue digging and trying to get publicity for this case she will never give up looking for her sister's killer now along with the story. Ginette roberson is told her younger sister. Lanna jarvi so janette. Was your sister right yes. I can't believe it to void this many years. And you've not any answers about what happened to her well. I didn't even live here when it happened. I live down state at the time. What kind of person was she. And what do you remember about her. When you were young she was born in detroit and she had an older sister. Two older sisters one died and then say she was. They were four of three girls and boy. I remember paper dolls to cut out paper dolls and draw really pretty outfits for them and put them on and that's what i remember about her else. Remember one year we went fishing in the rivers and she fell in and almost drown. She was just a good person. We didn't really have a great home life so you know there was a lot of bad things that happened to ran away from home when she was thirteen and my older sister ran away from home when she was fourteen. So i was nine at the time. That was pretty much the last time i lived with her. When i was nine and you know there were letters. There would be letters and things like that but never any more face to face contact. It doesn't sound like you were very close to her then. No we're not a close family at all. We weren't at all and she moved back to michigan. And i i would love to know why they moved back here. She lives in georgia. We lived in georgia at the time when she ran away. My father's in the military so you can probably imagine what life was like. Yes active duty. We did some moving to yeah. Well that's there was a lot of moving but there was also the white glove treatments and corporal punishment above and beyond and A lot of things. That should not be happening. Two little girls by their fathers so she ran away from home. She ran away to a to her or they got married her husband's house because we were boarding a horse and he was stable hand. And that's how her and her husband met and she ran away to their house. Yeah that's the. Last time i saw and until she moved back to michigan and i live downstate. I would come up here every every weekend to see my mother. And i didn't even know she was moving back till i saw my mother's house you saw at your mom's house and she told you. Ask moving back to michigan. Yeah what was bringing her back to michigan. I have no idea. I was twenty three at the time i mean when she was murdered so i was probably twenty one twenty two years old twenty one and twenty two year olds. I mean i had two kids at the time. I really wasn't paying much attention anything. I don't have a clue as to why she was moved back to michigan. They weren't college educated. They you know had. I don't even know she graduated from high school. I think she did but you know there was no formal education higher than that. There was no reason for her to come back here. None in my opinion. I mean at that time. Michigan state of michigan was in economic slump. So what would be the point will. Maybe she came back to be closer to your mom. Is that a possibility that could be i. I don't know but you know she would. If that's the case then her husband came with her and he left the only family he's ever had he'd never been out of state of georgia moved here and he was like a fish out of water. Is your sister and your brother in law. They moved from georgia. They moved back to michigan. Now your sister ended up getting a job working at a department store or some kind of store or something. That is that what happened was she had a job before that at a company called nar tron. They not sure. I'm not sure. What kind of parts they. But it was a line work thing and then she got a job at actually. It's a gamble store. It's a hardware store but they had a pet department in the basement and that was really connected to animals and she started to work there. Oh that's interesting. I am too big animal lover so working with for somebody that likes to work with that. Loves animals working with animals or.
"roberson" Discussed on Catch my Killer
"A decades old murder still haunts a town in august la county. That's because whoever killed ginette bothersome back in nineteen eighty three remains a mystery. Unintended evan dean spoke with genetic family and the read city police chief. He has part one of our special series mysteries of northern michigan. A young mother and wife. I was told that she was always very friendly. Always very nice that she was a great mom. Ginette roberson was a true giver. Giving with their time with our energy always looking out for everyone else back in. Nineteen eighty-three three ginette. Lived in reed city and worked in the pet department in the basement of the old gambles store. Today you recognize it as read city hardware. She loved animals. There's a picture of her with a horse and how much she loved. Horses but pictures in stories are all elena cavender of her aunt in the middle of the day on january nineteenth. Nineteen eighty-three genetics. Life was tragically cut short to into work. They found her body on. I think at around four an employee went down there and found her and call the police more than thirty years later. You can still see the old animal cages at the pet store where ginette wert and it was here in this back room where she was found brutally murdered. This was a brutal murder. The victim received number of injuries. It's just hard for me to believe that somebody was able to do that to her. Multiple injuries multiple murder weapons an autopsy report too horrific to stomach and suddenly a murderer on the loose a homicide occurs. You know the first forty two forty eight hour seventy two hours or are the most important and most crucial but in the days immediately following genetics murder police made no arrests a couple of weeks later a development in the case detectives released three separate sketches three different witness descriptions of a man who police wanted to talk to. We couldn't kalma suspect of of interest may may be of suspect but if this time could only be a witness so they are actually trying to locate anybody and everybody that had been in and out of that store they could have been somebody that may have one down the staircase but nothing came of the sketches. The mystery man was never found at as investigators explored every avenue. The biggest question of all still lingered. Why would someone do this. My thought today. Is you know this is kind of like a to me is like a get even type thing far too brutal for a random attack or a robbery. Somebody was pretty angry at this person. So detectives looked into those closest to ginette and discovered that she and her husband alvin. Were getting a divorce is pretty well known that the the husband genetics husband her. We're not together. At that point. It was even discovered that alvin roberson was seeing another woman still detectives. At the time were eventually able to rule out alvin and his then girlfriend as suspects. Meanwhile in reed city bazaar rumors started to swore. Was there more ginette roberson. Then people knew there is no indication that she was doing anything. You know outside the ordinary other than you know. Just normal hometown girl. That was Having some issues at home could it have been somebody with her. Yes is that a possibility. Yes months years past and still to this day. No arrests no charges. Not even a suspect. There is no true suspect at this point. There's no justice. brush the family. There's no justice brought to my mother Plus it's kind of scary for me. You don't know who's out there but the family isn't giving up. Hope memorial walks picnics. Even a facebook page and a website all created in just the last couple of years to get justice for janette. I think we have more hope than we did. Ten years ago with people calling in the activity hope for a break in the investigation. Maybe even a death bed confession something to solve genetic horrific murder once and for all. I still think there's a fifty fifty chance. I'm not gonna lean one way or the other because my hope is that we can put closure to this. I want justice. Whoever did this needs to pay for what they did to her. And to her family reporting for northern michigan's news leader. I'm evan dean. Both read city police. Engines family are interested in bringing in a cold-case team to get some fresh eyes on.
How to Build a Hiring Process Based On Skill, Not Pedigree
"Welcome everyone to another episode of. It visionaries today. We have the founder and ceo of hacker rank the wreck. Roberson car the vet. Welcome to the show. Thank you for having me all right. Let's dive into what is hack heck is ing product that followed developers to showcase their skills and get jobs based on skills so it's great product developers. That's what we do. So hacker rank described it a little bit more. So if i'm a developer and i want to showcase my ability to program full stack front end back end. It doesn't matter. Whatever it is my specialty is. How does hacker ring helped me showcase my skill. Sure let's you know maybe hiring process of their do personas involved. One incident for the company cited the other one is a candidate but the developer side difficulty in what he has to happen before. Was you look at candidates z. Me and then go ahead and say okay. This person's the school gpa. Invent by used that as way adopting of us are you said as a pretty signal. The interview process the way hang works. Is we build a product that as a company you could go ahead and create your own customized challenges whether that is the front daniel stank a devops and developers one apply to your organization instead of going ahead and applauding the resume in the typical resume. Steam gain salgado's janitors and if they were pretty well then they can continue with the process the also build a bunch of products getting the enemy processes while To make the whole hiring process based on skills over pedigree all right. This is amazing. So if i'm let's say doing a cloud migration. And i need to convert web application my current on prem application so that their cloud native and i have a problem. I put it up on hacker ring. That's what i want to hire in someone. I don't know where they. I don't know who they are but people can just volunteer to solve these problems to demonstrate their ability and skill to do the job. I need the accurate. Yeah it's may partially academic you could think about it in two ways. One is in our set of applicants to your company's today yup and you could create the challenge in uses a way to understand their skills ended on a probably a set of candidates the rest of the world who are do not know about good company. And thanks who. You can advertise on Unity to say they. I'm from the stuff. Anita hire a cycle ability to go ahead and do it. Any developers ignore handbook of childhood. Solvent is more like a social some trying to imagine it on. Unfortunately i haven't used hacker. And i thought you know we could definitely diving because i think it's fascinating platform and product in. I think the better you describe it. The more our audience you know we have cio cto. Listen to this podcast. I mean i'd love to let them visualize what this experience looks like. Is it like a social network where there's users or applicants that are constantly like. Let's say browsing and checking things out and they see we see challenge posted and then try to solve them is it is it like that. Yes i think. I'll just maybe zooming i'll give you an overview of the city of the strategy or the product Sweet so our strategy communist developer life cycle management which is essentially like the name suggests that building products that span across the life cycle journey of a developer. We think about it. In phases that is a pre higher face that is either hiding face in the post fire face so the higher fees as ivana you could come onto our site and prepare for jobs so we have free challenges that that are boasted We have one of the largest about communities he stood about a million ascom every quarter of the golden prepare for jobs and hone their skills. Get better do it. Such a freedom a per community. Think about that way. So that's the first place the hiding phases. When i was talking about this as a company you could use our product to create customized challenges. You understand the skills of applicants are applying to your job. You can also posted on our community dimension do you attract developers n were linked tools. That can spanking log your interview process. Well what happens after that. You wanna to internal candidate in a bad programming. A white gold in a session on lines of world starting about jewels on that statute of set of products during the hiding things an host higher which is like once. He joined the organization. You know we want to have you with Understand what skills they have right now. What on waking Upskill myself and also the other side of the equation from a company so you can get a better understanding of Once said do. I haven't done early Gas in how do i still. The workforce are augmented. the hiding.
5 people shot, 1 fatally, outside restaurant in Morgan Park, Chicago police say
"At a restaurant in Morgan Park has left one person dead. Four others wounded driven. Roberson says One of his cousins is among the wounded. Hopeful. Better days. Really, you know, maybe you could slow down. Oh, stop. At least the family member identified the deceased as 31 year old von Welch of South Shore, who was eating at the restaurant with his girlfriend and three week old baby. Police believe he was the intended target. Police don't have any suspects yet.
beirut explosion latest news
"Good afternoon from Zurich we start in Lebanon where people are calling for justice following a huge blast in the country's capital Beirut at least one, hundred and thirty five people are known to have died in the explosion thousands more have been injured and many more have lost their homes. Komo mosaic is an entrepreneur who lives and works in Beirut, and he's very good friend of the MONOCLE team. He joins us on the line from Beirut Hello Komo. Good morning by the Hello Calico I I wanted to to start, of course with maybe you painting a little bit of a of a picture for us We are of course. Yeah. Now well, over day into this aftermath of this blast of course, we've spent a lot of time in Beirut together over the years in good times and in bad. But what is the spirit of the city today? What's the spiritual sippy can be after you know I'm not going think immature I think everybody's so this mushroom blast you know. And someone course barrel Shema. So it's the second. Sousa search biggest love ever the over so. I don't know what can be. She would emergency mode on Tuesday nights of trying I. I was I drove from the mountains to within like half an hour which takes maybe two or three times more time. I was trending on the streets just to meet by partner who was wanted at the other end of the street. So I think first, they were completely under the show yesterday we were trying to. To suck leaning. Roberson. Understand who's alive was that was one bit and today is our survey after Sabang and trying to understand what happens and it's devestation. There's nobody people's there's not once the. Organism is doing anything. People are in this three hour cleaning the streets. They are helping people took years, their houses they are moving. To you know and. It's just keeping. Others today the. which talking to understand what happened it took us two days to understand I'm I'm curious to to understand also the psyche because you of course have been through so much as all Lebanese have the decades and of course, there have been there have been car bombs There have been of course, mass protests, and of course we know that Lebanon has been. Through a particularly difficult patch of of late and of course, this this happens I want to about the resilience of of the Lebanese spirit. Are you seeing that because I think we all often always agree that the Lebanese have to be the most resilient people in the world given all that they've they've been through but what what is the spirit like right now? I don't want to hear sort at all anymore I even pronounce foods are. You know I can't hear it anymore I don't think it is what it is just sort of you know we have no choice but to survive But to be able to survive, I'm not able to to say the word was arch to be able to survive your orders need a minimum of strength or. or in your hearts, which is fine. Doesn't exist at all anymore I. think it's like treaties trump and we cannot take all anymore. It's. It's you know. It's lot of. Destruction seeing all your life what would you know over and over again? In the weight it's like bombs tighter cannot be but this. Is. Where it had suspended for dinner is. Completely. Destroyed the trees in front of our issues on how can you get down? Of A tree it is beyond that you can you imagine just like. An on bump and since too much to go over. Where we don't have the choice where we're where you know we're looking at our wounds now. and. I jumped out of meeting where we're trying to set up a kitchen was censored. was the. Central Kitchen full dress project to start cooking for emergency. So we're just trying to get out now of success of the emergency and seeing what can be done and what we can do, what must be done, but it's really very, very, very difficult to scale beyond anything you can imagine. Kamal over the last forty, eight hours. Of course, we've heard a number of countries probably France what am I talking about AIDS and and of course, emergency intervention in the country are you already seeing signs of that? Are you seeing troops or support from from elsewhere already involved with recovery? You Emmanuel Macron. And votes French president arrived city. To visit. That city and president haven't even said a word of on. Anything have been on the grounds so as or nationally and metro is now on the ground just planted and bill, and then the number I cannot. I cannot reply to France and seventy support trump over. So we're you cannot believe what it is. It is overwhelming it's warming our hearts it's giving maybe this is the only thing thousand giving us hope sore going to go on. So, yes. That's about specific receptacle trump something as to moral. That's for specific projects about play you we need everybody. To be able to grow up Camilla's in Beirut we will look forward to, of course, speaking to and Komo hopefully also. Looking forward to coming up to Beirut to join you very soon
What analysts have to say about the Broncos' 2020 free agency haul
"Season let's talk about the the Broncos free agents that they could be doing a really really good job of posting up some video break down to the players that the Broncos have recently added it's giving people a chance to kind of get to know some of these players some of our our household names like Melvin Gordon but Graham Glasco certainly is not a household name I think for a lot of Broncos fans so maybe let's just let's call it back to the AJ Bouye a trade and what did you what do you think the Broncos got with AJ Bouye well I think first and foremost this is a life of Fangio's scheme fit to be T. at you know he's a he's a lanky guy he's got speed towards what I think of a cover three or mast cell type defense of financial likes to run he's a very smart player in terms of getting himself in position there was a place Sam Darnold you know the just like the run that post will route a lot they try to run it earlier in the game and you know I think they did a very good job communicating at their place band coverage there and boy a cover number one on the post pattern pretty decently late in the game they try to throw the same exact routes and boy they read it perfectly he gotten from the wide receiver and shielded him almost like a box out in terms of of a basketball type analogy here and he was able to go downfield to make a play on that post pattern intercepted returned about twenty six yards off enjoy downhill looks more guys in band you know Ryan you guys know this well but being around silty a lot more defensive back plays importance and I know that a lot of Broncos fans been clamored for a star name but look aged boy if he can recreate a little bit at twenty seventeen season any ad you know it's gonna be fully healthy corner to twenty twenty you can still be a guy that contributes massively in you don't have to have the most amount of telling your secondary if you got guys that are really smart that's one thing about how Justin Simmons involved fans your system I think Borges same type of player not just a bully a Simmons Jackie Jackie a Gaza border they're all intelligent guys and guys that are willing to hit is there anybody out there you see right now on the free agent market still left it maybe the Broncos could bring in and that the the defense the second or the kind of fits that mold you know I was thinking a lot about it you know one of the names that I think we've all talked about as principal tomorrow but with Chicago Bears releasing and he met all the time in the world to be able to sign in the fact they haven't done so just yet tells me that you're not interested or you're waiting for a few more things to happen in terms of you know Simmons and you may be full plans yet on off that extension's gonna happen now in the off season of this year but I feel like it may look more so in the NFL draft and no garlic Bryce Oliver junior I like him I am also an EC Roberson Adalat tech is one of the guys that still exonerated could be available maybe in the second third fourth round if this team really wants to look at that position are you mentioned earlier in the broadcast to kill will be called when we told him you know what the rockets could you never gets called PI so that might be a good idea to bring in in but also that for like the market outside is is pretty small you know there's like save your roads I feel like would be too pricey and I just don't see where he would fit right now and the Broncos can consider that they traded for boy name and they also re signed Vontae buys before I project in forty eight I'm gonna be the outside corners provincials defense this year so really at this point Thomas like the market right now has close for Denver on cornerback to like I said I think that could change at any point time considering if they make any roster moves to fix more space I think restructuring Callaghan's contract opens the door for maybe another mover to
Hellboy talk with Tim
"Are seeing more of change. I think in response to books like Hell Boyer Black Hammer. Where because there is a firm time line and things are happening characters have to react to the things that are happening even if they don't have full context for what's happening so that's what you like about hell boy be. Pr General. Think helpful like you said Houston's Gone Yeah Houston's gone what are you GonNa do hell boy died? What are we going to do? And that's another thing stopped me please. If I'm going off the rails in the world of hell boy. Bpd WHAT HAVE YOU? Death is final unless it isn't and what I mean by that is when like okay but speculate for just a second over. I'm going to spoil recent events in Batman that's okay. I'll put spoiler at the beginning. The Alfred was killed by Bain in Batman a couple months ago Alfred. Dying is a huge deal. It's a very good story. I'll be really hard pressed to say in five years. We're not going to have comics with Alfred. M I think we'll see Alfred Comeback in the hell boy world if there was a a character analogous to Alfred. If he died he'd be dead. There's only been three characters I can think of who haven't stayed dead One of them is Huma Hunky list which is hard work as say I can read it forever. A monkey lists named Roger. Who's liveability is questionable? At best the other two and I could be wrong as well like I'm not concrete giving you information but This based off the best of my recollection the the other two characters would be Rasputin. Who is the main villain and Hell boy himself and when hell boy is brought back it's not his choice. There was There was a thing that I want to say. Scott Allie who was an editor and a writer on BP said is If he said death is final and things will break and if things are repaired they will still remain broken. So if you like break glass table you can put that glass table back together. It's not going to be as strong as it was. And that's kind of a tenant and B P R D if we're gonNA break it we can put it back together but it's not gonna be the same as a storyteller in a fan of of character the way hell boy and it's related books handle stakes is so it's so unlike anything else you're gonNA find in modern pop culture and he loves. Mike loves the supernatural world. Because I hadn't read hell boy before but I read Joe Gholam which is one of my aches works and it has a very supernatural tinder taste to it for lack of a better word but he really loves that supernatural world when I was reading up about how he came up with hell boy and the Supernatural. In general he started. Reading Brahms stroker's Dracula and just got sucked into the all. The supernatural world and missed. Go along with that and even see that. In Gotham by gaslight. Yeah I think that's where he got a lot of this inspiration because like you said. Eprdf just kind of a supernatural monster story arc on each in how he tries to solve this mystery so to speak. But I really like those like you said the BP because they're short. In general. At least the ones I read are fairly short. They're kind of wins a call because they take place in the past share. Well it's it's interesting because Mike men ULA has trusted so many people with his world. Geoff Johns has written for PR. D- we've got Chris. Roberson does a lot of stuff Scott. Allie Gabriel Bah and Fabio Moon. Who ARE TWINS? They've done some work on a book called. B P R D vampire. Let's just phenomenal. It's so good Abe Sapien had his own series for awhile and there were another set of twins that were working on the art in that and their names escape me off hand but pitch perfect. They're wonderful the those twin they're now working on Lucifer for DC like the the Black Label Sandman books but It's just so good There's a horror comic called Herro county that's written by. Cullen Bunn the art and that is done by Tyler Crook and there was a tiny little bit of animosity because Tyler Crook was the second main artists on E. P. R. D. And when he went over to do Harrow County kind of left He left the crew in a bit of a bind and everybody was a little upset but also he's doing the work of his career on. Harrow. County That's how we got Lawrence Campbell as the main artist on be prd through throughout the run of like hell boy traditionally the art in that is either Mike Minneola or Mike. Minneola esque yes. There's a there's a very good so pretty still pretty rough so to speak but it I think it fits in his universe. Yeah it absolutely does. If we're not getting Mike Manolo. We're getting somebody like Dunkin for Griego who has a very manolas style over. Mvp what we got was a completely different visual. Take and we had guy. Davis was the main artist for play frogs. Hell on earth. We saw Tyler Crook and then going into the devil you know we had Lawrence Campbell. And they bright. They brought a very interesting like real world. Visual take on what Mike Minneola drew as more than esoteric stylized monster world and just like injected it with like this fierce ground level realistic take in it so to to see how Lake Dunkin for draws Abe sapien versus how Mike Minneola draws EP and versus. How Tyler Crook Draws Abe sapien versus? It's so it should not narrative Lee speaking work. It shouldn't do it Michael did a whole issue of of that. We have a painted issues that are done by just masters of their art. And it's it's so wonderful and and just the fact that you can have these visual styles who divorced from divorce from the words divorce from the writing you would never know that just because this character looks a little more cheesy in. This character. Looks a little more realistic. There is no. There's no what if in the hell boy universe whenever you read a story As far as the comics the short stories are a little different. There's pros and all that but we're talking about the comics there's not Lak- what if Abe Sapien was fighting in World War. Two like it's there's none of that every everything you read actually happens To those characters in the world of hell boy and having such unique creative voices all working in tandem to tell this one epic it should not by any right work and if it does work it should not work nearly as well as this does and it is so much fun it does. It's a fun a fun book. Speaking of you talked about Abe Sapien. What is your favorite character from hell boy? Do you bomb or is it a cop out answer cop out answer and then maybe might cop out. Answer is Every every major comic book company I believe has a trinity of some kind so. Dc Has Batman. Wonder Woman Superman Marvel's got Captain America. Thor and iron man You could argue. That image has spawned in which blade and someone else that I can't think of offhand For Hell boy it's definitely you've got an expansive universe of characters but it comes down to Abe Liz in hell boy and if I get one of those three I'm going to have a good time and be in for completely different reasons there so three very different characters In the in the Gemmell del Toro movies. They had a romance between. Liz and hell boy does not exist in the comics. That's not a thing If anything Liz and Abe kind of have an unspoken thing that nobody ever acts on and that's kind of cool because you've got fire and water and that's like a neat neat thing like that. Yeah it's really fun. But if you were like gun to my head me pick a character man. It's GonNa be a tie between it's GonNa be a tie between Captain Daimyo from be PRD. Who is in the newest? Hell boy movie. He's the the wear Jaguar. I love him or Johann Johann Krauss whose an echo plasma ghost in a in a sealed suit don't make can't choose between those two a close honorable mention would be roger but I can live without roger it's fine but But no I love and that goes to the military guy in me I love. Diageo is a traditional military guy and he is just he's hired basically to militarize the PRD and get them to work as a cohesive unit and he just comes in and he's like all right. Look I'm done I'm done like I cannot handle. Whatever it is you guys are doing. I need you all. Just cut your drama. And let's do this. And he just has no time for any of the. He's he's not ignorant to the fact that he's working with monsters he's he gets to the point where he's like. I don't care that you're monsters. We have work to do. And I absolutely love that. And then Johann who was voiced by Seth McFarland and the second held boy movie the The Golden Army In the comics he is so flawed that he is. He's the most fun to read. Because you you just like him you just like him and he makes some really dumb stupid mistakes but they're mistakes that you could see yourself making and you see some emphasis me speaking of myself when I say you but I see so much of myself in him that when he makes a mistake. I'm like own own. No real world content is one hundred percent what I would do and we would all be in so much trouble So I absolutely adore the dichotomy of those two and they don't get a wall but No it's my it's A. It's a complete cop-out I answered it twice with no actual answer. That's okay. I like the fact that like you said it is kind of whimsical. Boys Got A. Would you say it dry sense of humor? I would say Ri- I think is is not so much dry it's like. He knows he knows what he's just so he's just kind of he's perpetually forty and he could you imagine being being against. I'm in my late thirties. Man If you just I would be unstoppable if I had energy and I see hell boy as just perpetually old enough to know better young enough to not care and he kind of can get away with
"roberson" Discussed on The Artword Podcast
"Come about? I wanted to do an exhibition. Russian brings new artist into the space and there were a couple of thought would be interesting sure together instead of doing a typical kind of research the way we would have done other artists from this group. Show what I thought would be. Interesting is to look at social media and see what we found visually out there because obviously that is the way that a lot of people are looking at art now so I put this challenge to myself and my wife and Nicolette and we put together a group of artists that we just thought visually worked well together that were interesting to us and then we started looking into the artists which saw often known as backwards away that you do it. You know the artist first and then look at the work. One of the things that we found very curious was the commonalities between the artists that we were looking at many of them were women. Many of them had some sort of connection to California. Whether that was they were living here. Born born here have been on a residency here at such so that brought further questions to what this exhibition was going to be and it really grew from there and I think at the end it ended up being interesting that we brought six different artists. Who really you had no obvious connection to each other but yet they had some sort of a cohesive kind of voice within in their practices and also interesting that these artists did not know each other beforehand true true exactly exactly after we selected a group of artist assed we ended up seeing them in and sort of interview essentially And visiting studios impossible one of the things that came in this adventure was these connections. That weren't obvious lake We asked one artist. You know what what are. They sort of new artists. That your inspired by and does she had mentioned an artist's name that we ended looking into and it turns out that when the the show had done a two person show without artist. So there's all these kind of cross connections that I think that became very interesting in the end and I think we need to to say something about the title. What is the title takes Sure sure if you steal. My Sunshine California abstraction now we have historically often would title a group shows with songs just because it creates sort of thematic approach. The songs would often there'd be elements of the songs we're trying to capture within the exhibition so this became a bit of a challenge because exhibition created the theme. So we were just GonNa call something else and not worry about the song and then initially in almost in joking I suggested this particular song so so for those of you familiar with the song it was a kind of one hit wonder in the nineties became sort of a summer hit right. Obviously the sunshine was the point of Reference Because California and the brightness of the exhibition But as we thought more and look more into the song there's actually it really. I feel very very interesting automatic Russia because sort of the elements of the song itself. Were very diverse. It was Indie rock and sort of rap. hip-hop disco some electric music. I'll just jammed into this song without any any sort of care. It was also kind of structured after an eighties pop tune. It was a sister and brother do so fifty percent of the narrative this is from woman's perspective and it ended up echoing comments. I sort of the unspoken ethic in a way of some some of these artists approach to their own practices in the sense that they're bringing from other sources but they're not necessarily being directly referential even reverential of that work. It's really just. Oh here's a material here as an anesthetic when I can use so I thought that was really interesting and then I think at the other interesting thing. Is that the song do. It's really poppy and positive funds on it. There's a sort of a threat to it. It's like life you know would bad if you steal my sunshine right and it's really dig into some of. It's kind of an abstract song. The narrative is isn't overt and people have read a lot into into it over time as people do right but as this especially because it's a brother sister talking and whether that's intended but the song itself Like I said it's a huge positive feel to there. Is this looming threat. And I think that that's something. Also I found found interesting about these artists. Work feels very bright and very positive. I mean it's pink and glitter and neon colors colors but were also a time that Particularly for women that it is A. It's it's a contentious moment. Think that's the right way of saying that Dad. Also I think has sort of a resonance to that. So that's all so so how. How has it been working in? This way is approach that you would like to expand on. I mean isn't it like you said this is kind of backwards backwards in a way and ultimately using material that is out there. Someone put it out there on instagram. And there's an algorithm. Somehow that has made this comment about considering this narc gallery within about the art galleries working with a specific group of artists. And you have recurrent shows this is something completely different. Yeah Yeah we do. Do these exhibitions from time to time to kind of explore right. We've done a number of historic. The number of group shows where we have explored explored sort of corners of aspects. We did a series a number of years back where we went into Los Angeles. I did a ton of studio visits back to back and put a couple of group shows together out of those visits. Some of those artists Ended up representing from that time so there is a sense where yeah. I think it's really important for us to continue to explore a knock at to kind of set in our ways on things so I think that is consistent to To what we do but the way we went about it like I said before it was like Oh here about the artist studios then look at the work right right sort of This is look at the work. Then go to the artist and then you know hopefully the studio you know so it's kind of it's it is backwards. Would we continue doing it. I don't know that we wouldn't continue doing it. I I am. I don't have immediate plans to go to another exhibition on that. Although I could change tomorrow Oh not because it's been really super to work with this group of artists I it's definitely brought jokes internally that there's been more questions asked as opposed has to answer it from this exhibition so that means there's more to dig into their. I mean we looked essentially at painting. You know although that somewhat loosely defined. That's how we approach the so. We didn't even really approach sculpture other media Quite intentionally but I think there is that could be explored. My relationship. Social media is is is different. I'm not I'm not wildly active on it at some Both in posting and in following. Not really that's I mean I you use it you know. Obviously we all use it probably to certain extent. But it's not something that's a super active part of my daily life so to who activated as a tool has been interesting to me You know to go and spend time on primarily. Instagram without intention was interesting so that may be curious to kind of look more of that. Is there anything we could say about the California obstruction now is there is there I mean. Is that a bit too much to describe what's happening in in California. La Art at the moment. May that's yeah it's and it's a very big statement. It's not really intended to say that this is all of what's happening in California now which I think is one of the things about the song title with those. It does counter balance a little bit. The title is the theme. You know the title of the Song is the theme and the California obstruction. Now explains why it's connected. I guess it's very difficult to do. And you know there are are a number of curator's particularly who tried to do these big surveys of like what is happening in a city or a state or whatever country in a moment and inevitably i. It's impossible dream. Probably but I think it's a worthy or the pursuit of course. I think it's interesting that you try. I mean at least a guard in the world and humble looking at many many things and they tried to do some sort of conclusion and yeah hard to say something about the now where yeah and I think you know it's interesting obviously. This exhibition is is all women. It wasn't intended to be a woman show and we didn't want to frame it that way But there was no question would through our research. That was what was the was a primary source of the excitement we were viewing was being created. So there there's something there I don't think I can say oh. This is California abstraction how there's no male painters California obviously that's completely absurd statement So doc was that was never the intention. I think it When we use the term like that it really is like these people are in California making APPs at work now and I say thank you very very much for putting the show together? Thank you for having us on your podcast. So.
"roberson" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"By chef a celebration of sorts of the White House Thursday with the president and his supporters following his impeachment acquittal the president expressed no contrition for his actions concerning Ukraine pinning the blame for the impeachment inquiry on congressional Democrats I want to apologize to my family for having them have to go through a phony rotten deal by some very evil and sick people the president also took a bit of a victory lap holding up a copy of a newspaper with the headline trump acquitted and saying it's the only good headline I've had in the Washington post at the White House John decker fox news president trump says he ordered a counter terrorism strike on al queda in Yemen which killed the group's leader I seem all remaining leader had claimed responsibility for the deadly shooting in December at the US navy base in Pensacola Florida that killed three sailors federal prosecutors file hate crime charges against a man accused of gunning down twenty two people at a Walmart in el Paso Texas last year we're not gonna let up our resolve is firm we're gonna take the fight to the violent extremists and we're gonna win Texas US attorney John bash authorities say the twenty one year old Patrick Chrissy is deliberately targeted Latinos he faces a total of ninety federal charges process had pleaded not guilty to a state capital murder charge okay so when you think of pizza you probably don't think about the emergency room but the number of hospitalizations in the U. S. involving pizzas went up by more than fifty percent according to Babylon health a medical services provider there were thirty eight hundred pizza related medical visits to the ER and twenty eighteen compared to twenty three hundred the year before I'm Carmen Roberson.
"roberson" Discussed on KTOK
"To the account once they became aware the hack comes days after singer Mariah Carey's page was compromised fox's Kristen good one I'm Carmen Roberson this is fox news on a cold frosty twenty eight degrees in the morning a gentle southerly breeze takes hold by tomorrow afternoon brilliant sunshine a beautiful day light winds most of the day fifty two degrees thirty degrees for Sunday morning a north wind at eight eighteen miles per hour on Sunday a little breezy from time to time but fifty four for daytime high again mostly sunny skies from the four warn storm center this Friday a Mike organ many of your neighbors have big dreams of simple things something to eat for dinner just a safe place to sleep two simple dreams come true give today it's stand United OKC dot com every day state the American way of life the she she she all the to talk to George Norreys call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk toll free from east of the Rockies call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free call eight hundred six one eight eight two five five to reach George via Skype user name George nine seven three one three seven Georgia text message anytime at eight one eight two nine eight six five two one this is coast to coast AM with.
"roberson" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Use a lot of nations ticket master service I'm Carmen Roberson this is part from the cremation society of Minnesota weather center cloudy with a few flurries into your Saturday morning a low of ten above then sunshine creeping out for the afternoon temp steady in the low teens sunshine even colder Sunday only eight about I'm meteorologist mace Michael's on Twin Cities news talk am eleven thirty right now it's sixteen twelve days of deals it's going on right now by find something for everyone on your list and our lowest prices of the season but don't wait they only last today Best Buy he doesn't bite out com number one you start morning show just to send through week day six tonight twin cities news talk A. M. eleven thirty and one oh three five FM call the one eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk tool free from east of the Rockies call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free call eight hundred six one eight eight two five five this is coast to coast AM with Ian Punnett that of Michael I love the rock to the.
"roberson" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Sixty one I'm Carmen Roberson this box W. CBM Baltimore some slushy snow fall accumulations your overnight into early Wednesday morning with winter weather advisories just west of the city temperatures in the mid thirties in town but your freezing in the western birds slushy couple of inches of snow early Wednesday morning forty degrees Wednesday afternoon so you get above freezing solidly below freezing wincing like down in the mid twenties mostly sunny cold Thursday a high of thirty seven I'm meteorologist Scott Lori more from the weather channel for talk radio six eighty W. CBM the W. C. B. M. studios are sponsored by save for retirement solutions call rob Perot we four one zero two six six eleven twenty save for retirement solutions dot com all this everyday the one drive with Holly item Christmas or Mrs Granger whatever breaking down and then on Friday December twenty all in the back your call all the mentioned items Ellen special money tree one hundred dollars worth of lottery tickets listen to the morning drive yeah to be the you're listening to coast to coast I think one open line nights I'm going to give out some books if you can guess what movie that song played I'm not going to tell you who sings not yet but we'll do that one day anyways Glenn's Steckley in back with us it's been a long time it's been about thirteen years he was last time with art bell and we're gonna be talking about his incredible work in the presence of fixed extraterrestrial intelligence his family goes way back investigating this we'll talk about that too lots of strange things on this planet one of the strangest and scary is probably.
"roberson" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Dime Carmen Roberson this is fox news from the cremation society of Minnesota weather center today partly cloudy and cold I have only two above in Minneapolis Saint Paul with the wind chill in the minus teens to minus twenty here for most of the day tonight partly cloudy ten below tomorrow sunshine with a high of one above I'm meteorologist Shawn cable on Twin Cities news talk eight am eleven thirty temperature now is four below well days of deals it's going on right now by find something for everyone on your list at our lowest prices of the season but don't wait they only last today Best Buy he doesn't Best Buy dot com Twin Cities number one you start morning show just to send troops weekday six tonight twin cities news talk A. M. eleven thirty and one oh three five FM to talk to George Noory call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk tool free from east of the Rockies call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free call eight hundred six one eight eight two five five to reach George via Skype use Skype named George nine seven three one three seven Georgia text message anytime at eight one eight two nine eight six five two one this is coast to coast AM with George Noory okay this is the interactive portion of the program with your phone calls as we talk about how to suffer in ten easy steps if you've been suffering if you're miserable.
"roberson" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Six I'm Carmen Roberson this is Bob W. CBM Baltimore some upper level weather energy marching on by a were in the upper thirties overnight tonight couple sprinkles leaving us and moving on to the east and northeast some brighter weather coming out here for our Thursday forecast we do make forty five degrees Friday mostly cloudy a high of fifty one and then cooler forties for high temps this weekend with night time lows near thirty Saturday night and in the low forties on Sunday bigger weather system early next week with some heavier rains Monday was an injury Monday I meteorologist Scott Lori more from the weather channel for talk radio six eighty W. CBM the W. CBM studios are sponsored by a safe retirement solution called robber role we for that solution for one no two six six eleven twenty jump start your day with a first look at real news and informed opinion traffic and weather on the free mobile sports and the issues that matter to you most join the morning drive with Casey Adelia weekdays from six to nine AM on talk radio sixty eighty W. yeah is the I'm to talk to George Noory call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk tool free from east of the Rockies call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free call eight hundred six one eight eight two five five to reach George via Skype use Skype name George nine seven three one three seven Georgia text message anytime at eight one eight two nine eight six five two one from the gateway to the west this is coast to coast AM with George Noory and of course this hour we'll take your calls with Phoenix let's say for work what is remembered lives all about deities sensors thurs and the faith which means.
"roberson" Discussed on KOMO
"Roberson says the company is moving forward with planned power outages this afternoon for customers in northern California to prevent wildfires caused by a downed or snapped powerlines in windy conditions how about a hundred seventy nine thousand customers across seventeen counties will be affected by this public fifty power shut off the southern California Edison is double the number of customers who may have their power cut to three hundred eight thousand your listening to ABC news stay informed como afternoon is good afternoon to you beautiful weather in downtown Seattle sunshine fifty seven degrees come news time three oh two finally said Jaffe with Rick fan sites in here the top stories from the come on twenty four seven news center I'm surely herders Seattle's Herman law group has reached settlements with billing on behalf of four of the victims families attorney Charles Herman represents forty two more we have basically one goal and that is to arrive at Josh compensation for each and every family no word on the settlement amounts the next round of negotiations is early next month Charlie will join us with a closer look at that story after traffic and weather another step closer to light rail service to the east side como's Ryan Harris with the update from Redmond with the turn of the ceremonial shovels officials marked the groundbreaking for the downtown Redmond link light rail station the last stop on the new blue line and close to the two thirds mark for the lines completion Redman Marion sound transit board chair John Marshall only says the twenty twenty four opening date is at least ten years earlier than it could have been if they warned ahead on environmental review before sound transit three past Marcio nieces a five nine seven six passes it might delay this station but it would definitely slow future projects and make the more costly if you take away one our revenue sources the music takes longer to build our program and that's more expensive more interest costs and so forth for Redmond Marcio any says light rail will allow them to build more homes in a smaller area so people can walk or bus to the station in Redmond Ryan Harris como news with a little over two weeks to go before election day the.
Hard Rock Hotel partially collapses in New Orleans
"Week at least two people are missing and one person dead after a large portion of hard rock hotel that's under construction suddenly collapsed in New Orleans on to Canal Street fox affiliate W. V. U. we reporter Josh Roberson has some details from New Orleans earlier this morning we were receiving word that the hard rock hotel or what was going to be the hard rock hotel is under construction partially collapsed and and and this is a very large building so partially means that it was a huge portion of the building collapsed into the street and we know that there were several injuries a pretty much a madhouse fire department EMS police department homeland security I mean you name it they're out here right now public works code enforcement they're all out here this morning authorities say eighteen people or more were taken to the hospital for treatment all of the eighteen are now in stable condition the same is called fluid right now with other pieces of the building still occasionally
Hard Rock Hotel partially collapses in New Orleans
"Hotel hard rock hotel that's under construction in New Orleans suddenly collapse to this morning fox affiliate W. V. you re reporter Josh Roberson has some details earlier this morning we were receiving word that the hard rock hotel or what was going to be the hard rock hotel is under construction partially collapsed and and and this is a very large building so partially means that it was a huge portion of the building collapsed into the street and we know that there were several injuries a pretty much a madhouse fire department EMS police department homeland security I mean you name it they're out here right now public work code enforcement they're all out here this morning authorities say eighteen people were taken to the hospital for treatment in there now all in stable
"roberson" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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Motown's First Lady Claudette Robinson
"I'm Johnny Hansen Junior and welcome to another edition of and Black America on this week's program motown sixty years of Hicksville the USA with cloud at a net Robinson founding member of smokey Robinson and the Miracles Kim black uh-huh. I just couldn't get in the gross helps eight needs today. Everybody everybody gets real excited when I say Berry Gordy but he wasn't as well known at that time but smokey actually knew who he was because smokey you look at the hit parade magazine that was out in that magazine actually had Lee had the lyrics listed of the song as well as the song writer or writers and he has seen Mr Gordie's name down there so he was oh boy. You know I'm getting opportunity to see this famous guy well. I must admit admit I had never heard of Mr. I guess really sheltered or something and I've thought who is is because smoking was so excited he he was like oh so at the end of that. Mr Gordy said he'd like to work with us on February nineteenth nineteen fifty eight miracle. I I single gotTa job was released in nineteen sixty. The song shop around became motown's first million seller that same year Motown L. Founder Berry GORDY stored on Claudette Robinson the official title of quote First Lady of motown into quote born Claudette Rogers in New Orleans. She was bright and adventurous like many contemporary. She developed her talent in the sanctuary. The family moved to Detroit Royd was she excelled academically with honors and graduated from Commerce High School at the age of fifteen. She attended Wayne State University through a sophomore year here. Before joining the Marine Corps reserves the miracles career has spanned more than five decades group has so more than sixty million records in two thousand nine commemorating their golden anniversary in the entertainment industry the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce on Miracles with a star on the Hollywood boulevard walk walk of fame as motown founder Berry Gordy stood at the podium. He's saying we quote without two miracles. There will be no motown and of quote. Ah Recently Robinson was in Austin Texas to participate in the summit on race in America and the opening of the Grammy Museum's new exhibit motown the sound L. of young America Roberson said down with them Black America for this exclusive interview born in New Orleans. You all moved to Detroit. Actually I moved to Detroit. When I was eight years old? I was living with my grandmother at the time and she passed away and my mom came for me because I was actually living doing with my grandmother at the time and we moved to Detroit on the west side of Detroit us now going back in the day in Detroit. Well you know when your kid everything is wonderful and amazing first of all I saw snow for the first time and it was a lot of fun you know because now I was with my brother I had two older step sisters and my stepsisters would take me like like to the Tigers Games 'cause one. She was just so fascinated and excited until she took me with her. All the time. I think that was one of the ways that she could get out because I don't think she was supposed to be dating so she took me as the excuse you know put the miracles together well. The miracles came together or my brother had a group which consisted of smokey Bobby Ronnie and Pete and the guys had a group firstly we the chimes chimes five times and they became the matadors will when my brother was a matador I actually formed a group of five girls and that group was matador aretz prior to that when my brother was an orchid I had a group called the orchestra so whatever you did I kinda followed his is legal. My brother decided nothing was happening with the show business stuff so he decided to join the army as a result the guys used to always practice in in our basement to rehearse in all of that so I heard all the songs and after my brother was gone a great audition came an opportunity for an audition in came about and it was absolutely fascinating you know and that maybe you get an opportunity to be able to record and as a result smokey asked me would I go to the audition with them as their fifth member and I said yes and that the idea and when we got there and rehearsed the gentleman that was auditioning us. I'm sorry I don't like I don't really like the group he didn't see say it just like that but it meant that what he wanted actually at that time he wanted smokey and I'd be like a dual and the duo would have been just he and I see and forgetting the guys Mickey and Sylvia were real popular at the time and so therefore that's what they wanted that's so he wanted will of course we weren't GonNa leave the guys of course I was knew I wasn't really a part of their group yet and we we just kind of you know the guys especially. We're so so very very disappointed because they thought this was their one opportunity. They're going to get a recording contract. Well there was a gentleman walking around and that gentleman said do you have any more of those songs and smokey spoke up and he said yes he said how many said one hundred rid so we said well. Can I hear some of those so when the piano and we started singing and performing not very much performing mainly he just singing and re. I'm laughing because I actually was in my United States. Marine Corps a uniform. I was in the reserves reserves and I was you know it was that time of the day so it was coming from our basic practice and went to the audition and you know after all that happened and then this gentleman asking us to sing he listened very very patiently very repatirated. Every song has to have a beginning a middle and end so that you know how to write property can't be all over over the place and because we went to the audition singing five original songs and after that occurred you know when we saying the gentleman introduces himself and he said my name is Berry Gordy today. Everybody gets real excited when I say AH Berry Gordy but he wasn't as well known at that time but smoke he actually knew who he was because smoking you look at the hit parade magazine Zine that was out in that magazine actually had had the lyrics listed of the song as well as the song writer or writers and and he has seen Mr Gordie's name down there so he was like Oh boy you know I'm getting an opportunity to see this famous guy I must i I had never heard of Mr. I guess really sheltered or something and I thought who is because smokey was so excited excited. He was like Oh so at the end of that. Mister Gordy said he'd like to work with us so I was you know I'm new to the group so I I don't know include me or not and as as we kept talking to him then I found out later more about him and and his family is family was really well recognized around Detroit. You know they had so many entrepreneurship businesses. They had a a printing company. They had a record company. They had yes. They have construction. They also so had Mrs Gordy senior was well into the insurance business so they were really really entrepreneurs long before leaving her. Yes yes and there were eight children. Mr Gordon being a child number seven which always that's that's a pretty lucky number so we started working with him. Of course this year is that particular year was nineteen fifty seven so Mr Gordon was saying that we needed record so our first record that was released was February nineteenth nineteen fifty eight which coincidentally is bobby and smokey's birthdays and you know same same day same year same everything same hospital as well as they actually found out later an hour apart and they met fourteen years later uh well as story went on this is now nineteen fifty eight but there is no motown yet that had not occurred and and when we see that magnificent wonderful royalty check three dollars a nineteenth since it was like Oh my God you know. Is this this this what happens with showbusiness how you ever GonNa make are you going to ever have a home or an apartment or any of the above and smokey suggested to Mr Gordy that you know maybe you should have your own record company because we certainly could not do any worse yeah and that was kind of like the start a we had had prior to that a two record deal with the record label which was our I song gotTa Job can then after that we had a two record deal with chess records of and the thing is I don't recall with the royalty check was from wound gigantic. No no it was never gigantic. Unfortunately well well as as time you know went by motown itself which is now sixty years was started January twelfth nineteen nineteen fifty nine and would made that something remarkable as far as having a company Mr Gordon Gordon what had not only have thought that we should definitely have our own record our own whatever and and so the song for that became we recorded Chaperon my mother call she said Eh on you growing up now pretty soon new take awry and then she said
"roberson" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
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"roberson" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Roberson a twenty two year old college student even gave a positive spin on how by the defense his record on criminal justice in the nineteen nineties the the first one now refusing to have certain thing wrong you know so the fact that you're open to take a hit like that and then not deny it but go ahead and try to fix who is alive the most mature thing problem politician right now these are all voters who like Joe Biden but a lot of democratic voters remain undecided and while his fans may be forgiving his opponents on the next debate stage probably won't be a small college NPR news today's the last business day that the Federal Election Commission will be able to carry out its business if you see vice chairman Matthew Peterson announced his resignation earlier this week which takes effect at the end of this month with Peterson gone the FEC will be down to three members so it won't have a quorum so it can't do its work and here's Brian Naylor reports the timing couldn't be worse at the twenty twenty election draws closer the federal election commission's job is to oversee federal campaign spending it can issue fines and give guidance to campaigns about following election law but it can do none of those things without a working quorum do not have the FEC able to take action right now is deeply concerning that Stan Weiner of former senior counsel at the FEC it's concerning he says because of what we learned in the last presidential election about Russian interference after twenty sixteen it's become very clear that it is almost certain that the Russian government to potentially other U. S. rivals will seek to interfere in the U. S. selection including through online propaganda cyber security incursions and other tactics that the FCC would be one of the front line agencies to help combat Weiner now within why use Brennan center says the FCC was in the midst of strengthening disclosure and transparency requirements for online political ads of the sort that Russian operatives used to manipulate voters in twenty sixteen these were issues that the FCC could have potentially you know was preparing to deal with and the lack of a quorum will make that impossible Intel that seat is filled so I do think there is a real impact but the lack of a quorum doesn't mean the FEC will completely go dark says former FCC chairman Michael toner other business will be conducted all disclosure reports will continue to be do and will need to be filed by campaigns and action committees and those reports will be reviewed by the FTC staff just as they always are so that's important second of all the FCC website will continue to operate where people can go and get information on campaign fund raising and spending and toner says just because the FCC will now like a quorum doesn't mean it will be a legal free zone as he puts it there's a five year statute of limitations on campaign finance violations FCC complaints can still be filed with the agency at some point presumably the agency will regain a quorum the mobile take action on enforcement cases so in a campaign committee still have to follow all but Meredith McGee he isn't so sure they will she's director of issue one of campaign reform group kind of like saying there's a law against robbing banks ninety nine point nine percent of the population which still not rob a bank if there wasn't a policeman but you know there's always that element there that's going to be looking for an opportunity to get away with that and I think what's really different about politics is that there's both so much gray area and there is political disagreement about the laws anyway the if you see is not the only government entity unable to act because of a lack of a quorum the merit systems protection board which investigates allegations of violations of federal personnel practices including the hatch act hasn't had one for over two years it's not clear how long the FEC will be hampered by its lack of a quorum Brian.
"roberson" Discussed on KTOK
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How Data Science, Machine Learning, and AI Can Support Executive Strategy and Business Goals
"Out our training and consulting offerings for our executive panel. Today we'll be talking to Simon Lee chief analytics officer from waiter Fatima Kosher who is the vice president of data science engineering at all tear and role in Roberson who has the president at Tryon's so welcome everyone to the executive panel. We are super excited to have you guys here. You're all executives in companies that are doing amazing things with data science so the audience knows again. We're talking about today. The topic is how data science machine learning and A._I.. Can Best Support executive strategy can business goals. How how does that function really work? Let's start maybe with Simon and then fatman enrolling if you give us a little introduction. We'll get going from their banks. I'm silently. I'm actually kind of a mixed bag. When it comes to data science Heinsohn analytics <unk> about twenty years of experience using analytics than advanced algorithms in in a whole bunch of different industries like transportation for example airline rail trucking Ocean Carriers Printing Publishing Shing Manufacturing Finance and delivery delivery is where I'm currently at waiter is a restaurant food delivery company in small and mid size market so probably a lot of people haven't heard of us because we're in <music> smaller communities but where are trying to make a big splash so yeah? That's that's awesome. Thanks for being here <hes> Hi. This is Michael from alter engineering. I am a civil engineer by training. Although I know we get a chance chance to practice it's my background is <hes> multidisciplinary design exploration and optimization and I was in the auto industry before I joined al-Tair <hes> I've done several things throughout the fourteen years that I've I being here but always keeping <hes> design expiration opposition as the core of <hes> my responsibilities and I'll tear is a global technology company we provide software and solutions for product development data intelligence origins and high performance computing on the are McCain and its headquarters in Michigan in Troy Michigan where I'm speaking and <hes> we have offices in twenty five countries now <hes> so that would be great thanks to read Padma and rolling right. Thank you good morning or Roland Roberson with Tryon's you know for my own background. I've <hes> similar to Simon. I'm kind of a mixed bag. Then in industry for twenty plus ears <hes> solely in digital transformation space the working from startups mid level companies through global service integrators working with Tryon's currently to really expand the growth in use within within a I an Iot within the organization and our customer base <hes> tries as a company of fifteen hundred plus employees a global offices and a breath mainly serving the upper mid tier and enterprise his level customer base solely focused on digital transformation in the use of those high technologies greater return on value. That's often so lots of experience here really rape panel. Were excited to hear what you guys know no and can offer to the audience so we're going to jump in right here and the first thing that I really wanted to dig into is as an executive in your specific industries. How do you approach leveraging data science machine learning and A._I.? To have an impact on your business what's your focus and how do you make that work in your companies and maybe we can start with my here and then after she's done she's talking. If other people have comments please join it. Thanks coach is <hes> I think the biggest biggest impact the data science machine learning <hes> have on our business and on our customers business is to enable and speed up ovation. Do I think about data science data signs allows us to think in the multidimensional probably dimensional way the problems works applications wrote and we no longer have to think linearly because it simplified seeing the multidimensional aspect of a problem you know this gives us relations between changes in the system and the corresponding change in system performance whether the system is in engineering system always a financial system allows us to build predictive models using machine learning and of course you know we all know that once you have predictive models all those you can do prescriptive analytics explore many alternatives to trade off you know expose new ideas and new products and that paves the way to innovation. We have many customers twelve years that has <hes> world fit to to deploy this <hes> has been mostly in engineering domain but recently with Iraq positional intelligence company. We are also leveraging these technologies for business cases for example. We have a customer in <hes> a large consumer products brands way we use data science to find optimal package designed to reduce material which is an engineering problem and at the same time indeed do optimal trait spent to increase the sales and maximize revenues which is a business problem got it. I think there's a lot more we could dig into their but let's give the other panelists that opportunity to respond as well yeah I I love Fatma's answer kind of mirrors my own experience here at waiter. What I really love about? Waiter is just the multi dimensional multi the different aspects of data science and analytics general world forecasting what the order volume will be what happens on holidays unusual events super bowl parades etc what happens to the order volume because we need to schedule that and then in terms of just optimization it just how do we how do we get an efficient schedule out because we have thousands of drivers that we need to schedule. How do we match the supply demand once we get the forecast? How do we when we're actually doing operations? Tally matched the drivers to the orders again another optimization problem and then and then in in terms of machine learning. What can we learn about the three pillars of our business <hes> the customers the drivers in the restaurants <unk>? How do we classify them what we know about churn in their lifetime value when their preferences and all that sort of stuff has tremendous business now? It's just an exciting time an exciting business where we can apply all these different aspects of analytics addicts to to make a meaningful impact. Yeah I would agree with that. You know as we look across our customer base you know data science data engineering artificial intelligence machine learning earning all the technologies dealing with today helps us take and make the difficult easy for our customers we find many of our customers now are quite frankly struggling just to keep up with the amount of data the different types Oh to changes in the environment that they're dealing with on a day to day business and what we do is actually make those type of challenges easier to overcome we look at the Sonam e of data that they're now getting presented with in we take that in presented to to them in a way that is not only easier to use but consumable and thus they can actually make better business decisions with the type of data now the right information is presented to them so they can make a better day to day choices. That's a great overview. I'm curious now. We've talked about these various use cases across all of your industries. Actually what are some maybe specific concrete examples that you guys have seen where you can help help our audience really get a grasp on here's a specific use case that we saw and the result from it and in kind of how we built that out so they can see this process sure we happy too so as an example we recently been working with a large global logistics company and part of their transformation internally is to actually migrate from Human Driven Vehicles Do automated vehicles vehicles for types of shipping logistics now part one of transformation is just getting their arms around the telemetry and the telematics. That's happening within vehicles on how a human driver interacts day a two day now part of that transformation. It's actually not only the sensors that have been upgraded around the vehicles to collect the information but actually the collection then and distribution of that data to understand what's happening so real time use case is that while we might understand on how to move accussed driver from aid be what you're really seeing though is and the intent was maybe I can move them to location see if a storm is in a way to maintain he might logistics schedule but with some of that censor data we're now collecting weather information across all the different vehicles nationally and so with that we understood that now we have a better weather collection database of the National Weather Service at the time that is even more real time in just having that data is valuable into itself in his actually can be considered revenue stream so we identified new revenue streams for business at really had denied even have that in mind when I first went down this journey and now we started opened up new ideas and new ways to collect revenue that they never knew that they had before so it's not just attacking the problems at that. They're interacting with today and trying to move forward forward but it's it's identifying new sources of revenue that they never knew that it was even capable of having got. I love that yeah because revenue and profit are what what keeps us in business right. That's really interesting other examples that people have I didn't more generic <hes> response to it as you know. What makes success? Is You know I didn't find the right case in one that has business value but technologically we didn't reach and has data and I think the example that role engage it is a perfect example of how all those pieces are aligned and and I find one of the most rewarding things in terms of the work that we do is is as as human beings we tend to be fairly proud of our ability to make good decisions and I think that as people working in online or manufacturing evening executives we tend to be very proud and then when somebody comes along and says you know there may be an algorithm or an approach or a data driven method that can help make a better decision. The immediate response is usually skepticism <hes> <hes> you know you. You can't figure out all the all the different factors I've been doing this for a long long time good luck and when you do deliver something that actually far exceeds needs what human can do. Sometimes you get. This incredible change of attitude and perception is yeah that is actually better than what I can actually very rewarding to see that transformation to say you know we can help make better decisions with this massive information that we're collecting and we've seen it in the airline industry you seen him printing and publishing where in printing publishing week there's a schedule of how to how to construct the British could material which is a fairly complicated thing but we represented graphically for for one of the experts in the field when I showed what he did at what what the Algorithm did he's he actually stopped. Oh my goodness that's absolutely beautiful and to to get that success which translates the dollars is quite rewarding from a personal level because it's you can you can actually see yes. We were making a difference here even the experts in the area see that at acknowledged and I think that's really really awards lots of use cases here and lots of transformation as we're talking about this Simon. You brought this up just now that there's sort of a hesitancy for people to accept maybe that an algorithm can do better than I can do right when once you show them that there's a change of mind. What other areas are you guys? Seeing that are big. Hurdles are big challenges that an executive needs to be aware of when they're trying to take advantage of of what the capabilities are nowadays when they need to be thinking about what are the pitfalls. I'll give you an example you know in many cases what we find with our customers is that they already have a significant amount of data over the last decade. They've been struggling quite a bit with how to leverage that data effectively for day to day use and you can acquainted more with actually the customers really and firefighting mode because they are actually taking bits and pieces and trying to stitch relevant story together. Gather as to what that data really means and ultimately find that they don't have a complete view of what that data is so they have to go find out more so time and time again they're fighting struggling trying to make use coherency z. of the data and bring meaning to it now with allow the more recent advances. I mean you're getting more and more data now. That's being moved not only from customer data. That's being brought in thew larger scale the European systems but you're also getting IOT enabled devices so this wave of data is now going to completely swap you know the customers enter their
Will Bryce Harper to worth his $330 million contract with the Phillies?
"You know, three hundred thirty million dollars at dominated the headlines in the off season, although we would have hoped it'd happened earlier. It finally happened and Bryce Harper is a Philly. I gotta talk to you write about expectation as it comes for Bryce here. And what does Phillies seem Kennedy chief because if you looked team that Bryce left is probably still the favourite in the you know, that being the nationals how much pressures on this guy. What's reasonable, and what do you expect from the Phillies? Well, I mean, you know, aside from Bryce Harper before they ever got rice Harper. I think they quietly got themselves. Very much better. Like you. You look at between getting the trade for g JT rail dog getting Andrew mccutchen. I know is not necessarily the MVP player, but he's still a very solid major league player and at times plays like an MVP to go there and get you know, Roberson in the bullpen and to do the things they did, gene sicker. They really tightened their team up. And then you go add star power and a guy middle lineup. I think they're going to be a tremendous team when I look at the division. I know the Mets got better. The Braves are good last year. I look at the Phillies is the favourite. I I just think what their starting rotation one through five they they have some solid performers there. And they just they dressed a lot of issues to get better. And I think you know, it's it's gonna be interesting, but three hundred thirty million dollars for one. Wow. It's a lot. The last couple years later. Yeah. It sure does is better. We're that
"roberson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Bears are hiring Matt Nagy of two days after he's eliminated. You will be hired as the bears paid coaches in the building right now they're finalizing that contract. He will be the bears new. Hey, coach come here. Start meeting everybody and you see where they're at their hungry and the fans are hungry, and I are planning to trade Khalil Mack to the Chicago Bears in a move that will bolster the bears pass rushing. The bears could afford to pay MAC because they pay the young quarterback Mitchell Trubisky. But if everything works out today Makhijani his way to Chicago. What's the MAC attack all about? Was that Roberson Harris extracted the ball twenty yards and Khalil Mack is already? Seventy. Chicago Bears back a hundred years. There's no way they could lose this game. Obviously, that's a that's a tough sustained. In our guys to to feel that they understand our coaches to feel it. You know, we we talked about finishing and we didn't do that. I'm definitely have to go back to the film. I know a few of those I got happy. Down. This. Twenty four to seventeen for Bisky with a couple of touchdown passes. At defense was dominate the first half with that guy. Did at Kearney? Sixty thousand. Team win collectively. And I know again, this is for our defense three weeks in a row now. Done some special things. Tried to say. Three touchdown pass. Starts at three seven. I'm so happy for Mitch. It's great to see him. Get the stats to go along with his preparation as hard work fell. Good out there, everything that coach name was calling was working. We just kept rolling. Wears dolphins. For the most part. We did a pretty good job security and the rest of us to make that that's a that's a part of this team. We win as a team, and we lose. Just for Chicago on. It is. Lorden? Short. It is Kevin white. Chicago that close to a miracle toss. She asset. Now, you're seeing the electricity when you leave Cohen that much space. You ain't touching the final score Chicago twenty four. New York ten Lebanon. Just about a lot more more. More consistent last year. I feel so I am. Bill. Touchdown Vikings at bay. Kneel downs. This will take them to a seven three. This was that signature win. They were looking bears at here. Stafford. Touchdown. Mitch. Has a right shoulder that were you know, that we're we're dealing with right now. And it's it's something that is going to be day to day for us. What's coming? Dyslexic..
Faith leaders demand independent investigation into Jemel Roberson shooting
"Some church leaders in Illinois are calling for the firing of the mid Lowthian. Police officer who shot and killed Djamil Roberson a twenty six year old security guard was attempting to apprehend an individual that fired shots at the establishment where he worked. Pastureland Rehill who wants to be remembered for the joy that he was. He was. Security officer that he was. Serving Djamil save lives that night. Only to lose his life. So we won't ask we won't results. Roberston was working security the bar in Robbins, Illinois early Sunday when a gunman opened fire inside the bar yet beheaded the gunman outside the bar pinned him down winning for police when responding office from the neighboring town of Lowthian arrived ordered Roberson a droppings gun then shot and killed him. Local pastors called Roberson national hero
Jamal Rogerson, Officer And Jamal discussed on Democracy Now
"Guard in the Chicago suburbs. Twenty old Jamal Rogerson jumped into action early Sunday morning when a shooting broke out at a bar where he was working as a security guard Rogerson was restraining shooting suspect outside when several police officers arrived on the scene a white police officer from the mid Lowthian police department, then opened fire shooting robust, son. Witnesses said the police officer opened fire even though police at the bar was screaming that Rogerson was a security guard Rogerson was armed and held a valid gun owners license. This is Adam Harris who witnessed the shooting speaking with WGN TV in Chicago. Yes, somebody growl. What is what is needed? And is back with his gun owners. Don't move. Everybody was screaming without security uses to here to guard, and they still did their job in saw black man would have done it basically killed him. Meanwhile, the Illinois state police is defending the actions of the police officer who shot Jamal Roberson a report by the state's public integrity force claim that Rogerson was not wearing the security guard uniform and ignored verbal comments to drop his gun. Witnesses have contradicted. The state report claiming he was wearing the uniform and a hat that was labeled security Greg coolest an attorney for ROY since family told the New York Times, quote, we are three days into this. And they are saying preliminarily that it was a good shoot. They traditionally take nine months or longer Jamal. Roberston death comes in the wake of a series of mass shootings in America,
Brian France, NASCAR CEO, takes leave of absence over DWI, drug allegations
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