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"roelant" Discussed on Chrisley Confessions
"I want to say something about you talking about things going on the world just how crazy this is. . For those who don't know, , Roelant is like a child she's like one of our other kids and. . Roelant posted on her social media story today. . And I just after read it because it to me is like holy cow. . This was what she said. . And, , this was sent from a friend of hers. . My sorority sister a GAL named courtney who lives in Nashville has a friend who took a mint from her uber driver the other night it was wrapped up just like a white lifesaver. . She started to feel weird. . So she text her mom she woke up in a warehouse close to the Nashville. . Airport in a sex trafficking ring. . Her iphone location was shared with her mother. . So the police were able to track her. . The Girls Okay and And she's the one who told Courtney what happened so this isn't some friend of a friend of a friend bs this horrific and scary stuff happen. . Don't take minutes even if they're wrapped in cellophane as they had as if they hadn't been touched and just don't take anything and. . Don't be in an uber by yourself. . You know. . Thank God this girl is okay physically I'm sure emotionally. . Amin. . Going, , to take a long time for her to heal from this, , but how scary is that? ? It's crazy. . It's crazy. . I mean in Nashville because people think Oh, , you're in Nashville you know it's very say fits. . Your small town still. . That to me. . Is So. Scary. . . But the good thing was was that the police rebelled attract her because she shared locations with her mother, , which is something that our kids have fought back on nosy. . You just want to know where I M, , etc.. . I hope for you parents that are listening that you share this story with with your kids. . To know that it's not about being nosy it's about keeping them safe and if your kid out here, , if you're a teenager if you're a young adult share your location with someone. . So that somebody knows where you are and can get to because folks. . Delicious. . Be honest this probably saved this girl's life. . Because her mother was able to get the police the information to track her phone. . It's it's just crazy and and you know I do have you know the locations of our children? ? And of you and you know my mother and we do all know where each other we're. . We're all located. . So you know I mean it helps me to sleep at night knowing that I can track and you know if Savannah is out traveling if she even though even those are stuff is booked privately and you know with a car service literally when she they pull up, , she takes a picture of the tag on the car. . and. . She sends me the picture of that and then she puts her location to where I can track it as she's literally going down the highway. . So we do stay on top of it as much as we can. . But for those of you who are not who don't maybe have a parent or someone that you're sharing your location with take your own safety into your hands. . Do not be foolish. . Do not be stupid. . It's just right. . You got one life. . Yeah, , and it's you know I think we get. . We get very comfortable. . You know because we're like our we're not in Atlanta or Miami or la where you know these things happen in other places this is right here. . I mean you're talking about twenty minutes from where I lay ahead at. . A sex trafficking ring twenty minutes from where match children live that to me is scary and the only way that we're going to stop this is we have to continue talking about it. . We have to be vigilant and take care of. . Each other
Beware of Sex Trafficking Rings - They Are Everywhere
"I want to say something about you talking about things going on the world just how crazy this is. For those who don't know, Roelant is like a child she's like one of our other kids and. Roelant posted on her social media story today. And I just after read it because it to me is like holy cow. This was what she said. And, this was sent from a friend of hers. My sorority sister a GAL named courtney who lives in Nashville has a friend who took a mint from her uber driver the other night it was wrapped up just like a white lifesaver. She started to feel weird. So she text her mom she woke up in a warehouse close to the Nashville. Airport in a sex trafficking ring. Her iphone location was shared with her mother. So the police were able to track her. The Girls Okay and And she's the one who told Courtney what happened so this isn't some friend of a friend of a friend bs this horrific and scary stuff happen. Don't take minutes even if they're wrapped in cellophane as they had as if they hadn't been touched and just don't take anything and. Don't be in an uber by yourself. You know. Thank God this girl is okay physically I'm sure emotionally. Amin. Going, to take a long time for her to heal from this, but how scary is that? It's crazy. It's crazy. I mean in Nashville because people think Oh, you're in Nashville you know it's very say fits. Your small town still. That to me. Is So. Scary. But the good thing was was that the police rebelled attract her because she shared locations with her mother, which is something that our kids have fought back on nosy. You just want to know where I M, etc.. I hope for you parents that are listening that you share this story with with your kids. To know that it's not about being nosy it's about keeping them safe and if your kid out here, if you're a teenager if you're a young adult share your location with someone. So that somebody knows where you are and can get to because folks. Delicious. Be honest this probably saved this girl's life. Because her mother was able to get the police the information to track her phone. It's it's just crazy and and you know I do have you know the locations of our children? And of you and you know my mother and we do all know where each other we're. We're all located. So you know I mean it helps me to sleep at night knowing that I can track and you know if Savannah is out traveling if she even though even those are stuff is booked privately and you know with a car service literally when she they pull up, she takes a picture of the tag on the car. and. She sends me the picture of that and then she puts her location to where I can track it as she's literally going down the highway. So we do stay on top of it as much as we can. But for those of you who are not who don't maybe have a parent or someone that you're sharing your location with take your own safety into your hands. Do not be foolish. Do not be stupid. It's just right. You got one life. Yeah, and it's you know I think we get. We get very comfortable. You know because we're like our we're not in Atlanta or Miami or la where you know these things happen in other places this is right here. I mean you're talking about twenty minutes from where I lay ahead at. A sex trafficking ring twenty minutes from where match children live that to me is scary and the only way that we're going to stop this is we have to continue talking about it. We have to be vigilant and take care of. Each other
"roelant" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Roelant Edwards joins us on sports byline former NFL wide receiver who played his college ball for Michigan where he was an all American he was the first receiver in big ten history to record three consecutive one thousand yard seasons and only the third to do so an NC AA division one a and the Cleveland browns selected him as the third overall pick in the two thousand five draft he also played for the jets forty niners in Seattle and I think it's safe to say that throughout Bremen's life and career career he's been outspoken and an individual. He tells his life story in his book Brillon Edwards doing it my way my outspoken life is a Michigan Wolverine. Now fell receiver N. beyond you grew up in the Detroit area blue collar town how did that influence and mold Uber Allen. I just saw a lot of work. You know everywhere I ah every stage in my life is I was born rate hikes to Michigan for years before leading up to that and even after you see people bringing their lunch pail going to work you know people nine people with day jobs. I people on the grind you see the hustling you see what people have to go through a lifetime. They're going through it. You know to to make minimum wage. Less than minimum wage only make twenty eight years so I just wanted to work hard I could put myself in the best situation to be successful. Mba able to reach back and help others a lot of times you know people do have the the ability to do something else but they don't have the families jokes that are had ah guiding if that I had so you know important needed to be able to do things tell other people to reach back and help other people. Your Dad was a Michigan Man. was there any doubt acute follow in his footsteps. I The word I want to King Martin Luther King High School at first and he twenty public schools aren't really known for passing the law and I only ever wanted to play receiver so you know I didn't have a quarterback from my for years to get the ball so was looking good. I transferred schools. My junior are your after my junior. Season started working with a basic gathering Georgia. Hey who really taught me how to play football. He Really Taught Me Understanding Football X. Smells the ends and I started playing defense started going to these camps and not going to outside of Michigan cancer or misgivings gets they can't and and when I did that same start Kinda look for me. Take off for me still not miss again but you know I had vanderbilt who had Jay Cutler would have been my quarterback that makes me stay came to the table months before Mitzi and so. It looks like he's been ended up going to Michigan State for a very long time. I don't know how you read Lloyd car now. I've known Lloyd for a long time and I can say he's a little bit underwhelming and I don't mean that as a negative sense brave but he's not somebody that jumps out at you you and says gives you the raw raw speeds. Tell me about the first time you met him. I don't go a long time in the defensive back. Coach I miss my father was with their staff so he's been around that program for a long time. I've taken his hand many times over and had a report with so I've known closed cars you know most of my teenage life and even before that definitely teenage when he could remember know who I was. I knew CETERA. I've known him a a long time. What is the Best Advice Your Dad's forgiving you about? The game of football has de added totally well football a lot. you know any today's said so what you give the game you'll get that and I know that's a cliche speech that you've heard before. It's nothing think original but it's very true. You know what you give football. You'll get back if you believe in a sport..
"roelant" Discussed on Bald Move TV
"Like you'll either like it or not like as on their terms. God damn it because I fuck in loved every minute. I got to spin. With this person. It's character I liked the character. I hate that it was a couple of things I miss out and stuff pointed out in his review, that like that, she hint to some other changes like, you know, she's switched from pants to dress, and she got a slightly fancier hat, the kind of hint towards liquor, but like they did hit the reset from seems like from Allen's perspective that they hit the reset button on her character development, just so she can come like to give an excuse for her to be gone for so long. So she can have this kind of arc which pay man. That's cool. I love the scene of Roelant burden telephone poles. I thought that we have is really arresting. There's a scene where they showed these telephone poles with their glass, insulators, like glowing in the moonlight that as beautiful a shot that I've ever seen is getting else. And he said railing, but he's talking about Bullock. Yeah. Railing givens is yes, Seth Bullock, who is railing givens. It's, it's a snake eating its own damn bad ass. Tail. Yeah. The, the thing I love about Bullock's whole story line. Here is, is the way that milch builds tension. It doesn't always pay it off. That's the interesting thing about it. Because normally when you build tension you absolutely pay it off at some point, but he's able through the course of this battle with Hearst to spend a couple of scenes, there's tents as anything I've ever seen. I mean that standoff in the streets. I where several people do get killed, and I thought that maybe bullet could go over the edge here and just kill a US Senator. Yeah, it is, or the US area, tequila US, marshal, because he's the one that could get away with it. If you're going to say, which one could do that, and walk away and live alive. Absolutely. But that is incredibly tents and they don't pay it off your. They don't they, they let it sit like, it's another moment where they come to the edge of something truly defining happening here dead wood, and they back off. And then even at the end of this. Bullock backs off right? Bullock seizes family. He saves Hearst. He puts him in jail. The like they never quite pay that off. Because in my mind, I want to see her go down. And I don't mean go into a jail cell that I know -ill be removed from two weeks to months, however, long later, I mean go down permanently and they never pay that off. And I mean, that's the thing is, like, I think it's, it's did they go full inglorious bastards where Hitler gets blown up and shot in the face by a bunch of Jewish commandos to feel good about it because that's what they needed. It is like I think all these robber barons, essentially became great statesman and just the all the things they did to, to rape and re across the countryside. Just made them, integrate men, and then we eventually got tired of it, and we started trust busting like for their descendants and stuff. But, like I don't think you have that kind of like like, like just ending, and there's a lot of that in this like, yeah. Like even. Even taste bidder. When you think about how dearly price was paid to make this guy go to jail for like probably a night or two. And how many good people died to make that happen. And it's completely Feerick victory but that's one of the reasons TIMMY, the elephants crying at the end because. The idea that his friend, standing up the Hearst is what gave him this moment of grace, where he was singing, the tune in like, how happy was, and if it wasn't for Hearst, he wouldn't have that moment. But also, if it wasn't I he'd be able to enjoy that moment for longer. Yeah. That's like some kind of almost died God damn near zinn meditation on on injustice, right? There's a lot of injustice. Yeah..
"roelant" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Amazon getting us our reception in the Big Apple could it reopen the door for North Texas. The top story at three oh, three haven't seen any snow or sleet as of yet. But we're watching thirty four degrees. Good Friday afternoon and along with Suzy so Lee's, I'm Chris summer in for John little with Amazon having second thoughts about setting up a second headquarters in New York City is Dallas back in the running Carolis. Austin your takes a look the choice of New York City immediately faced backlash from residents and city leaders many of whom were upset at the amount of tax breaks. The retail giant was getting to move into the area. Dallas was considered a major contender for H Q two. But North Texas economists, Mike Davis says even if Amazon decides not to go to New York, it doesn't automatically mean we would be their next choice. But the fact that they didn't take us before that they opted for a coastal environment. A big New York. Washington environment makes me wonder how seriously ever worry about us. It's not our fault. We had everything they wanted. We just didn't have an ocean. He says, well, Dallas and Fort Worth would be much more welcoming. There would still be some concern about how much we would be giving Amazon and incentives. It's unclear if Amazon officials have gotten in touch with Dallas in recent weeks or since the company's decision November, Austin York, NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. Dallas police say they've connected. The man accused in last week's uptown rape to a second unsolved case KRLD's hope he felt reports a crime lab tests, led to the second charge last week Thirty-three-year-old Roelant Patterson was busted for the February first assault on a woman who is in an up town. Dallas garage deputy chief Thomas Castro saying a week ago past one another they complain her the suspect approach from behind the suspect displayed a weapon and the suspect force the victim back into our vehicle where he sexually assaulted her. Police say DNA tests confirmed that Patterson. Was behind a previously unsolved sexual assault from November of two thousand seventeen that also happened in the same general area. The thirty one hundred block of lemon Patterson is being held on more than a quarter million dollars bond. L P Phillips, News Radio eighty KRLD. A jury in Fort Worth has sentence. Jessica Lang list to two years in a state jail for endangering a child linguists was on trial for the August. Twenty seventeen death of her two year old son. Adrian the boy died from close head injuries after he was slammed against the wall by landless ex boyfriend Christian tyrel, he is serving a life prison term for capital murder. Police in Jalandhar estimate on charges of sexual abuse of a child, and they believe there are more victims Arjun Shawn felty without and police says they got a call about twenty two year old done terriers Jamal Scott last month apparent had checked their their son cell phone and seen communication between us. Their son that was sexual in nature. He says since then nine other victims have come forward. Police expect more charges. Sergeant felty says they're asking anyone else who believes Scott may have been in contact with her child to contact the album police department Southwest Airlines is exploring new streams of revenue that could go into effect by twenty twenty Southwest Airlines CEO told investors that rising costs are to blame. But says the airline will stick with the core values that keep customers loyal what we do know is that Teo Gary Kelly is said they won't charge for bags. They won't start to have changed fees. Like if you change your reservation, and they won't do assign seat. So we kind of know what's off the table already. Analysts are thinking that what they may do is play with their fare structure some right now, they have three fare categories that south west, maybe they would add a forest or maybe what they would change the benefits that you get under each category. So the more money you pay the more things you get like, maybe a free alchoholic beverage a free chat bag get to. Board early things like that. That's one of the big things that analysts are thinking about. That's Mary Slaney and seen from Bloomberg news. Get ready for a new flavor coming from Coca Cola fat-storing story closing numbers from Wall Street, and traffic and weather up knacks when you're trying to get to work on time.
"roelant" Discussed on Chrisley Confessions
"He enjoys spending time with her and our friends, but for the end, I was wondering having. Dacians? I thought maybe baseball baseball any sort of clues that you might be able to recommend that we could reach out to the other thing I wanted to reach out about his. But we were wondering if there's any possibility that you might have your show huge from one half an hour to an hour because we do joy you. Thanks a lot. Bye carina. Thank you so much first of all add like to say, thank you for watching the show. And thank you for warning it to be an hour. But let's talk about your son. So he is what nineteen is that what she said seven. He was diagnosed at seventeen I think he's nineteen now. It's a tough age, regardless of this of this diagnosis in though in that makes it more difficult. Maybe you know, a church group. You know, I know like the churches here where savannah goes here. It's a large church, but you know, there's small groups, and there's people that are, you know, her own age that you can associate with. I don't know that much, you know, because we Roelant who is one of our dear friends recording artist here nationally, as she is a diabetic and this girl's life just does not. So I on a main she's on stage all the time she's recording. She's writing she's you know, she's she works out every day. So what I would encourage your son to do is to get out there. You know, go to the gym workout get a personal trainer that's going to help build his confidence. And let him know that he's going to be okay. I think that he is somewhat living a little bit in fear of this. Diagnosis not to say that I'm trying to minimize it. But I mean, people live in a very normal lives with this diagnosis. So I would encourage him to find a personal trainer you. Find him a personal trainer that he likes in a gym. That's going to be very active with other people his age that would give him the opportunity to meet people that's going to see him performing at his at his highest level that that might be something that would help boost his self esteem. And listen, if you're like me, you know, then everyone would wanna hang around you. So it's not shocking to me that you're some would want to hang out with you and your friends because you're probably just as colas I am as far as a our show, so many people tens of thousands of people right into the network into us each week, you know, demanding an hour, and I just feel like that. You know, it's been so good for this half hour. There's so many lessons that are learned from some. The things that we go through and that, you know, we have your attention for that twenty two minutes because you got advertisers have to pay to keep us on the air. So you have us for that twenty two minutes, and you're still asking for more. Would you be asking for more? If you had an hour every week. So I guess that you know, I'm good with thirty minutes. But if the network comes back to us and says we want to expand it to an hour. Then we're going to do an hour because you know, they are balls, you know, but you will be having a lot more Christly because you have the kids spinoff coming. I think it's March or April of this year growing up Christly with choices savannah, and you're going to see so much. I've not seen the episodes. I have been told some of the things that they did. And I'm sure it's been minimized. So that I would not be upset. But there were a couple that I was involved in but the others. Ours was not there. I did not see but. I'm told that they are amazing. And so I would encourage you to tune in and watch growing up Christly because it's just another extension of the Christly family, and there's so much stuff. That's going to happen in two thousand nineteen that God has blessed us with and I'm sure some that he hasn't. But we'll get through whatever those might be. I think that we're going to stay at thirty minutes for right now. But Karina, please stay in touch with us. Another snow how your son's doing next caller place. Hey. Hey, Julie this being Elson Huston. Hey quick question for you guys..
"roelant" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Help but it was a faint help. I usually don't look out because the kids are always screaming. So I don't look out the some told me to look I when I saw this guy he had a siren she's fighting with them in any she trying to put her in a car headfirst, the eleven year old girl was being kidnapped taken by man. She said she didn't know salis ran down the stairs half dressed with a baseball bat in his hand. I wasn't going to let him go. Because I was like if he's going to go into where I'm going to do everything in my power, not to let him go kidnapper who also had it that kept his eyes on Alex. But wouldn't let the girl go. She called nine one one. I thought he was gonna hit with a bat. I really really thought I wasn't worried about him getting in the car because he would I had enough time to catch him before he would've tried thing was he was going to hit with the bat. He had the bat over and he had her down. Thankfully, it didn't happen. Cops showed up and arrested. The kidnapper forty year old Roelant Estrada who Alex was told by police is a sexual predator in Ridgewood, queens, MAC, Rosenberg double d CBS. News Radio eight on Long Island. Suffolk officials are investigating a police involved shooting in Shirley, it happened earlier this afternoon. Officers responded to a nine one one call about a suicidal man on rock ledge drive. The man was threatening himself and others with a knife. After a confrontation and officer fired his weapon and the man was hit. He was later pronounced dead at a local hospital. His name has not yet been released. Police in New Jersey are investigating following a hostage standoff that ended in bloodshed and happened Friday morning when police say a man took a woman for seven hours and used the human shield took her hostage. Swat team responded. Tried to negotiate before finally using deadly force and shooting the suspect the female victim was an eleven year old child escaped unharmed. The battle continues between the city and the fed over the future of New York's public housing WCBS Steve burns with the latest housing and urban development secretary Ben Carson is now giving the city until January thirty first to come up with a comprehensive plan to fix the city's decaying stock of public housing or else he says he intends to declare substantial default that seen as the first step towards a federal takeover. The statement made no mention to the latest initiative rolled out this past week by mayor de Blasio, dubbed Nitra two point. Oh, it's largely ended avoiding a federal takeover. The mayor says in a statement that city halls having productive conversations with secretary Carson and a US attorney. He says everyone agrees that the best outcome involves both the city and feds working together. A federal judge last month rejected a settlement between the two parties. Arguing at two billion dollar investment. From the city didn't go far enough. Steve burns, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty. Meanwhile, city public advocate Letitia James issued this statement on the housing crisis. Saying quote, another day another delight once again, the residents of HR being denied the basic treatment that all New Yorkers deserve this plan. Does the bare minimum to address.
"roelant" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"A good Samaritan to the rescue. In queens were girl was nearly kidnapped this morning, thanks to an alert Ridgewood man's actions. A registered sex offender with a long rap sheet is in custody on multiple charges and an eleven year old girl is safe. She was walking to attend a school program this morning on center and Sedaka avenue when a stranger in a car called out to her according to police, they say she ignored him. And he cornered her with the vehicle physically grabbing her and tried to drag her into the car, she screamed and that good Samaritan ran out of his house to help while his wife called the cops. They arrested forty year old Roelant Estrada of Glendale, he is charged with kidnapping unlawful imprisonment, reckless endangerment. And other counts law enforcement sources tell ten ten wins. He had a record including a sexual abuse conviction. Wins. News time three oh three. President. Donald Trump is celebrating the court ruling against the Affordable Care Act. Here's correspondent Tim McGuire of Texas federal district. Judge read O'Connor ruled that last year's tax law which eliminated the penalty for not having health insurance knocked the constitutional pegs out from under the ACA. President Trump writes in a tweet that he predicted the outcome. He's calling on congress to pass what he calls a strong law that provides great healthcare and protects pre existing conditions. Law will remain in place through the appeals process. Not legal experts say the decision means an uncertain future for millions of Americans on ACA exchanges and the Medicaid expansion more than four million people have already signed up for twenty nine thousand nine coverage. Democrats want to take the fight to keep what's left of ObamaCare to the supreme court as we hear from correspondent Tara Palmeri hard repeal Republicans chipped away at President Obama's signature healthcare Bill effectively ending the financial penalty the societas with the individual mandate, which according to the. The Texas district court now makes ObamaCare unconstitutional. House minority leader Nancy Pelosi who is expected to become speaker blasting the decision. Quote, tonight's district court ruling exposes the monstrous endgame Republicans all out assault on people with pre existing conditions and Americans access to affordable, healthcare, elected and community leaders. Here have been gathering to talk about what to do reaction to the judge's ruling knocking down. Obamacare was swift from New York City, Democrats people like first lady, Shirley McRae. Who said she was horrified. And we're going to be doing everything that.
"roelant" Discussed on WWL
"Early in the year ahead and run it since and then they pop that out against us week ten it's a counter option of quarterbacks spins around, and that means you have nobody on ditch. It's tough coach again counter speed option open at once spin around, and it just so us, and again, he pushed down fielding pitched on the run almost at second level very up to the fence. Awesome Macree knocks on the PAT to make it twenty one seven in favor of Curtis. Go down to the Catholic sidelines at Joey Joey after Catholic could get things going at first possession. The second one was just what they needed a nice long sustained drive to give their offense some confidence brand. That's true. I mean at last touchdown was one of the most important that Catholics could have scored all year down to two down two scores to one of the greatest teams. You know, when you look at a record in the history of Louisiana high school football. But then, you know, it's it's you give up a touchdown on the first play from scrimmage on the ensuing kickoff. And now you're still down by two scores. That's the defense beat the buckle down over here. A catholic. That's for sure. Thanks Joey going down to the Curtis Ceylon Heitkamp Curtis defense gives up a touchdown. But boy how great is that offense. Just a dream star. Curtis. Patriots. Have here watching the offensive line play. Both. These teams Curtis is so school. You all. Get down to four point stance. Is you just don't see that anymore? But but credit the bears off into law school there centers guards they pull and trap. Then they are NASA did just flat and wanted to John Curtis defense alumni early. This is tell you. Hey, we're the defending state championships. We're not going anywhere. We're here all day. Thanks, mike. So awesome. Creedy after kicking the PAT tees up at the forty for the kickoff. It's a high end over end kick. It's going to be bobbled dropped to five scoop backup ten fifteen into the thirteen year. Again, goes number one Roelant Morgan he's hit by Chauncey crummy against Valdez boy running backs coach..
"roelant" Discussed on World News Analysis
"Around the your energy or clean energy, African far has also been very impressive. If you look at a renewable energy particular around the soda and the wind energy relation China has been eating globally, and that achievements leadership had been very well recognized. And of course, at the end of the day. Look has should the global context. Technologies are stepping up very south on particular around the digitalization. I think Martha smartness of energy offers the country on the global community another powerful technology tour to make sure we'll be able to capture something called a stream energy efficiency. So, you know, it's China context. I think on one side of China's average the Laker nice. And in terms of its debts is outcome. In the meantime, I. Think China deputies to continue the average in order to the, you know, contributed more to the global community so bad we'll be able to tackle Connie change possible. So more about that against the backdrop of economic slowdown and all the economic is certainties. How do you see the commitment of from the Chinese government on cutting carbon emissions in future since they also need to consider like jobs and industrial growth question. This question. I think it probably could make from different price at a west side. They when they comedy slow style that things there is not much need demand or at least jets much before. So meaning probably we do not take as much energy as before that will potentially could you through the -posedly the to the average of carbon emission reductions there, but as you said actually job, you know, pretty much it's, you know, the top priority for a need. Governments. Neither is our political leaders route not only China, but also around the world there as well. But what kind of jobs actually that we create in order to make sure that's the signs or develop their plot develop cash on the foundation that week sort of we could still continue to manage the carbon vicious there. I think that's one of the biggest depositi to solve at this moment on the positive side. I feel encouraged about a China has been setting the effort to embrace of fourteen. Dash revolution me digitalization. A I in the oldest technology is coming on board to China has matron bundy's apetit invest in those technology area and also backing the ethic ation in different industrial sectors economics there. I'm ask Craig he job, and if you look into renewable energy energy sachse, so yes on west side. Of course, you know, shocking. Piecing out said, you know, coal heavy industry. They're little people. Off your jobs opportunities there. But in the meantime, the wreckage about development over new energy has raising eighteen war job there. Well, so I said it's a tough a challenge. Dan is to be addressed as effectively as possible short-term. Probably the challenge of experience wore the challenges side lit term a longer time. I feel optimistic that I believe actually, you know, human beings imagination ovation powered by taking cheese and also the really in-depth understanding of the ecological constraining factors that will be able to design or eighties. I industrial in the structure infrastructure, and our economic factors lead solid the base of low-carbon. So after the Wistron of the United States from the Paris climate accord, what us diffuser of the Paris agreement looked like and also how do expect the climate? Goshi hitters at the UN climate summit in Poland. I mean next month to talk about. Even today. Fair people you act, you know, even though Trump decided to allow it to withdraw the from the Paris Roelant. But somehow you catch a, you know, different razors cities days industries, take gene Ovation's to say, the US hyphen, also progressing, very impressively. Either look at patients, they if locates renewable energy, whatever, but you know, where the Trumpian the White House we started to see the other side Meany, you'll feel coming back, and because of the relaxed laws regulations how your mental protection, but hopefully somehow picture will change with time. And when you know when he's not no longer in the White House that hopefully political leadership change will fundamentally change that situation the Nicolay Asian very, so you know, short literate conceive him. Poland is another step. Forward from the international negotiations process. They are specific targets objective and sent arising particular. I think at this called. Around the move the need to success. How to make sure you know. How do we read inputting? Right. And the Paris agreement rather the only send whatever we're gonna do..
"roelant" Discussed on First Things First
"So he would be on the mount Rushmore. Oh, let's wing makes him out Rushmore less this year when they introduced Ray Lewis into the hall of fame, they're getting introduced Ray and I was standing next to spend a lot of time wealty he's, he's a lot of fun. I was like, LT. He told me in the back, he better than you says, she tell you. Hilti. He's one of the greatest ever. No, Roelant rice, Lawrence Taylor. There's one mount Rushmore spot, open Reggie Brown. Reggie White, Jim Brown spots open. Actually, Jim Brown, Brady rice, Lawrence Taylor. There's you're so out of consideration you, right. That's all I'm gonna say gotta. Consider recipes. Reggie White Dion Sanders. Got love for all y'all. There's there. It is Jill ground last week they might. They might took him off. Hume Brown pants, God bless you. Jim, Jim called me. Late himself all night. Night came von Miller promise to good one good trying to serve. Imprimis to fashion, but whooping candy. And then he went out and delivered a good old fashioned, but whooping Canty the Denver defense picking off Josh Rosen three times bringing two of those back for points in the first quarter. Also at six sacks covered two fumbles. Maybe von Miller, Ken predict the future, Josh Rosen left in the fourth with a toe injury, he'll be valuated Broncos win, big forty, five to ten here is the fortune teller himself on Miller. And I think you know, we have a great football team. We've got great leadership. We've got great GM gray owner, great coaches, and we got great players, and I just don't always missing his just the confidence part of team game. And I know my brothers have my back. I obviously didn't play up to my standard or even close to it. But I mean, that's why you play another one next week. K. this is one of those games were von Miller had enough where he's like, I don't take all your previews throw. I'm getting out there. I will win this game. It is going to be an all ever put yourself in a position like that. You ever have an opponent where just test all the numbers and stats aside. It was just going to be, we're going to go out there and grind it out and win it, nor did that one time even though it worked out for us, I kind of regret doing it. So I called my shot in the Super Bowl. I said everybody in New York get ready for a really good game against the patriots Super Bowl. Forty-six get ready for the parade on Tuesday now, just so happened at worked out, right? I wouldn't do it again. Listen to von Miller said about that. After having those four losses, he was talking about trying to instill a level of confidence in his teammates, and he put it on him and that's the right place for it to be because all the pressure for this Denver Broncos team in order to try to get a win has to fall on his defense. That's clearly the most talented aspect all the time. Display last night. And so that defense got things off to a fast start the deflation by Derek Wolfe. At the line of scrimmage on the second play led to the Davis pick six. They had another pick six with Chris Harrison that first quarter. So I mean when you have two touchdowns by your defense in the first quarter play, that's how you change the complexion of the game. And that was the difference. If you look at those four losses, not a whole lot of offensive touchdowns in the first half of those four losses. So if somebody was going to get the party started for the Broncos ahead to be the defense. And of course von Miller, he was up for the challenge, Nick couple benefits. I know you don't think there's a whole bunch gentle think there's a lot more benefit to work with me on. Have been. The guy says something like that. I happen to be covering this league long enough that I was wanted people to interview Chris Canty now it was after he had already made that prediction. So can't not necessarily tell the whole truth because even after he made that prediction about the parade, you know, I asked him what's the story behind the story that you look at the film, feel Phyllis..
"roelant" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"Plus box. What's the debate with you and your wife? Well, once a day I go out in the backyard to use the restroom instead of going to the toilet. Why. It's just something I do. Are right now. I know it's, I'll be one though. Right? Yeah. You're number one. Absolutely. Visit. Ridiculous question. I listen. I'll be sitting there watching TV and I'll be like, man, I need to go to the bathroom in the bathroom is fifteen steps away. Instead I'll go eighteen steps and walk out the back door and use the restroom by the trees. So why do you think that is? I don't know. I just think sometimes I like to outside if it. So she's asked you to stop peeing outside. She goes, all right. This has to stop. I let it go on long enough like this is awkward and embarrassing, because what if the neighbors see and the? What if a neighbor seem what Amy, you look just puzzled. I'm perplexed I really, honestly, I don't. I don't know if I is he tried is like a nature thing. Camping, and it's an stall. Jake, like peeing in the woods like. I wanna camper as a kid. I just but I didn't. I don't get it at all. I especially okay if you didn't have a restroom. Okay, fine. I get it. Yeah, but you have one, you probably have three. Yeah. Yeah. How many, how many toilets to have in your house launch to. Okay. Why do you enjoy going outside? It just feels better and its nature. I can't explain it. I've done it for a long. Like how long are we talking because you know why? Why are you just on telling us? Well, when you have a how. I mean, I do think it was a big deal. Are you gonna stop? I don't think I'm stopping because listen, my wife goes back to work in like a month month and a half. I mean, she's not going to know what I do. She's at work and why she just doesn't want the neighbors to see the neighbors have seen things. It's weird. She goes and listen, you gotta son growing up like an in about a year. He's gonna start mimicking you. Yeah, you're, you're probably gonna be all into that. How is the baby by the way, how babies good box getting big. I mean, we, we game his last newborn diaper. He's he graduated to number one, like one size? Yeah, pretty emotional. I don't know what that means. I'm gonna kids. It's like diapers have numbers like newborn one, two, three, four. Now the baby's a one and that was emotional. I really are you kidding? No, no, I'm not kidding because when we brought him home. The newborn diapers barely fit him like barely fit and to see in two months to him graduate is this kind of unemotional like, wow, man, he's really getting big and he's growing up healthy, healthy, healthy as a horse, love it. Yeah, much you ways. He weighs ten pounds, five ounces. Let's say the fruit or vegetable. I like going. Let tell us what sight easy extra watermelon you see on the farm. Twitter. Amazing. Because sometimes when the baby was still in the belly, it would go from, like, you know, a medium grapefruit and then and then the next week it would be like a tangerine was here. Since it's but couldn't hear the that the baby's healthy baby box is healthy and living in. You're happy. How do we feel about him peeing in the backyard, Amy, yes or no? No. No, no, no, no, no, no. But I mean, I may. I don't live far may try to catch him in the act. Whoa. Walk day and being in the neighborhood, I'm gonna be like, oh my gosh. It's time for the good news. So there's this six year old kid Roelant and he was born without sweat glands. So if it's over seventy four degrees out, he can overheat. So an all the kids get to go outside and play for recess, he has to stay inside and it gets pretty boring and lonely will the school resource officer noticed that he was inside every day and invited the kid to start patrolling the school with him. Every name also. So cute. He even bought him his own little police uniform so that he can wear whenever he's on patrol. Grow and be a cotton now. Yeah..
"roelant" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"But before we do that, just real quick did Braila n- Edwards top. This guy from Spartan wire who berry Jim Harbaugh I'm going to get to the and Edwards retort to Jim har- was Har come after me the character of anybody on the ball club come after me, not in our youngsters, here's Spartan wire coach, Crowley. Sullivan Spartans wonder became in Arbor with perhaps the most type of any coach in the history of the big ten, maybe an all college football few years later. You're got a third place, third place and fourth place finish your one in five against Michigan state and Ohio State. What do you have to do this year to demonstrate to the Michigan community that you are on the path to achieving what they hired you to achieve? All right. So he aged ten years before he answered that question. Here's braille and Edwards though. So funny that everyone this him on Twitter, so funny that everyone is worried about my tweet as opposed to the real issue. Oh, and seventeen on the road against ranked opponents one in six against rivals. And the one win was against the three and nine Michigan state. Last thing I'll ask you really think about this before y'all get mad is Michigan better than I will. I mean, Roelant Edwards coming strong time now for God's weekend observations. It is time for us to to share his game notes. No one in the media will tell you what happened..
"roelant" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Stugatz his weekend observations in a minute. But before we do that, just real quick did Braila Edwards top. This guy from Spartan wire who buried Jim Harbaugh. I'm going to get to the breslin Edwards retort to Jim har- was Harbaugh's come after me the character of anybody on the ball club come after me, not in our youngsters, here's Spartan wire coach, Crowley. Sullivan Spartans winter came in Arbor with perhaps the most type of any coach in the history of the big ten, maybe in all of college football few years later, you're got a third place, third place, and fourth place finish and your one in five against Michigan state and Ohio State. What do you have to do this year to demonstrate to the Michigan community that you are on the path to achieving what they hired you to achieve? All the all right. So he aged ten years before he answered that question. Here's braille and Edwards though. So funny that everyone this him on Twitter, so funny that everyone is worried about my tweet as opposed to the real issue. Oh, and seventeen on the road against ranked opponents one in six against rivals. And the one win was against the three and nine Michigan state. Last thing I'll ask and really think about this before y'all get mad is Michigan better than I will. I mean Roelant Edwards coming strong time now for God's this weekend survey Shen. It is time for stugotz to share his game notes. No one in the media will tell you what happened. But at the my voice who weekend ups evasions brought to you by vivid seats need game tickets on your seats at vivid seats. The official ticket partner of ESPN enter promo code ESPN at checkout and receive ten percents off your order today..
"roelant" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"A your f- I could've told the truth. Okay. That's why Ted, right? That's because when you're say, if I could've told the truth, I would have been like. The head coach is way way too nice. That's not gonna work. Roelant Edwards and killing Winslow are both counted, but kind of punk. They just don't get it. They'll never reach their potential. I could tell you that much already. Totally fries. Not a starting quarterback in the NFL at all, but they're gonna pay me to play football in Cleveland, Ohio this year. So I'm happy to be here. Dude, that's such a element about professional sports though. Like every interview is total horsh it. You're just saying what you have to say to get through it and get out of there without getting in trouble. Basically. It wouldn't be amazing. It would be mazing like if they gave guys a week or even a day where they could just say what they really think like perch, yeah, I rarely interview like active players, say right guy that retired, that's what is fun guys. Speaking of mica, speaking of culture, do you know the Cowboys I played for five teams? The Cowboys are the only team I played for. They charge you for lunch, dude. Like you're a pro football player and they charge you for lunch. And by the way it was garbage. It was like all like math potatoes and fried chicken and gravy, and it was not healthy garbage back in two zero three, but they would take came to fifty bucks one hundred bucks payroll deducted we weak out of your check. So I went to the money guy. I was like, what is this church? His? Oh, that for lunch. Church for lunch because the Redskins he said, yeah, I'm like, what happens if I just wanna bring like a Turkey sandwich and everyday. So you got, he's he's like, he's like Ross, you know, don't worry about it. You're making eighteen grand a week or whatever. It was like it's only a hundred bucks like no, no dude. Like I'm twenty three. I'm from reading Pennsylvania, and that hundred bucks is four thirty packs of Yang. Law. Like I care about one hundred bucks like like and food Necker like, don't tell me, I care about one hundred bucks make a lot of money like I know what the equivalent of that is in England thirty packs. So please though, you know, not only that when I got cut by the Cowboys. So I started to last seven games in two thousand two at left guard for the Cowboys. And then parsoes came in and three and had a crappy minicamp and he was looking to move people. So he cut me right. So I said to the guy, I'm like, I definitely keep my helmet was my first time starting in the NFL, the Cowboys helmets pretty sweet. Third, seven games can keep my helmet. And meanwhile, by the way in the Redskins they gave me all my stuff. They give me my shoulder pads, my helmet shorts, everything gain pants every. They love me all the Cowboys. The guy's like, well, I can't put your so you know, Jerry looks at that is being his property. So we've got a payroll deduction, three hundred dollars. Sounds like you know, I wanted to like where I'm talking to guys right now my home office. I have the helmet behind me, so whatever fine you know talking about, I just thought you gotta be kidding me like the only ever played for that. I can remember the Nellie charged for lunch, but they payroll deducted three hundred dollars for my helmet like. Eight eighty percent or ninety percent of that went to Jerry scotch fund. I have no idea, dude, but it I mean they really they as much money as they make. They really care about every now to put site is when I was with the Redskins. I never thought that the angels nighter healing talked like the ten best players and one time my second year starting in the preseason playing well, I was walking down the hallway and looked at me, opened his mouth and then fought better He kept. kept. And all the guys all the good players like Jansen Samuels. They were like..
"roelant" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)
"And remain anonymous but now with the internet and with mathur roelant it really hard for contractor or not but automatically at all and so it's not so do not yet you could give up their door it it because of the fact that they're you know what the court defending hekmatyar or give up there for for them and so around twenty eleven i believe the in grad active at uh aaron four i was thinking about the problem and he wrote a people cooperate drought which would be early hurt occurred up and basically it is for britain to be able to go through a new order they're done anthem at document and benguet done in such a way that you've been everyone is being monitored on the internet with everyone isn't monitored on the internet they would fill maintain their anonymity until now is maintained by the prep founded on and improved a whole lot uh over the years spent van and lockwood worried over here at how does it work in practice a gen at white house if someone wants to provide documents or information and use it what do they actually have to do right so if a source wants to send something through secure drop it's relatively easy on their end using a secure connection and i'm sure make it can explain a little bit more about that and they can log on to our web page and go into the system and they get a random username assigned to them which is different than the one that we see on the journalist and.
"roelant" Discussed on KOMO
"And they too should decide sounds like roelant thinks many of those owners have already decided that this is a right the players have so some of them have they should all made they should decide and i'm happy to talk about the seoul morning but i'm also happy to talk about north korea and taxes and all the other things we're trying to do for the american pete and i want to turn to north korea right now what do you think we will accomplish by sending those b1 bombers further north than they have been in the twentyfirst century what are we accomplish without well let me first say it was a great experience being at the united nations general assembly this week with the president i sat next to secretary tillerson and investor hell a while i listen to that speech in sitting in that room you realize how important all these issues are what do you think we will accomplish by sending those bombers i think the president has said everything's on the table so this week the president signed an executive order that allowed me to issue the most strong sanctions that have ever been done i can cut off financial institutions anywhere in the world that support north korea and the military is one form economics is another form and the president will pursue all the options you know we know so little about kim jongun but we do know this is about his personal reputation it's the core of his leadership so this back and forth provocation making it very personal the president made it very powerful it up personnel he also said that he would totally destroy north korea so might this be provoking him too far might this make the situation worse not not at all this is not about personalities this is not personal this is about someone who's testing nuclear weapons a hydrogen bomb that was dramatically bigger than any bomb that's been used this is about sending ballistic missiles across japan's airspace these things are not going to be continued to be allowed and the president has made that very clear and the rest of the world has made that very clear at the security council this behavior is unacceptable is nuclear war possible this is a very frightening concept to americans in our poll sixty two percent say they do not trust president trump to handle it.
"roelant" Discussed on Reply All
"What gamula well let's see what do i let me just let me just bring up my steam and see what i've got going on there you seem angry with mir you madam me me yeah no angry all i am very come in over vertical or it would if i got here that i wanted to find out what exactly you want that's what i want to know so i've got uh i've got team fortress to counter roelant coming to the point you know what i'm a thing you emma in you what exactly you want well so i got a call from this number awhile back and that what it is before you that what they just before and the the purpose of that call was to trains trained skin me out of money but you will not gamed fortunately oh yeah but i know that a lot of other people probably are being scam who are you what a little or well no i'm a journalist um so i'm in good you don't have any other companies who find out about veteran will not well nil of their companies called me man child give you some name to appear i did on uh of other companies yup the i mean i'll be bigger they will be bigger picture for you games coming to me willful them you'll get more money from there because if you come to me you wonder anything through resisting our time so he saying like if you come to ni won't get anything i'm not giving you any money and it's suddenly felt like i was talking to a boss and then it hit me that.