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"roy miller" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Segment brought Welcome back in sports car Jason and the final segment today veto. Cheering on the Austin FC. I doing a pre party before they host their third game in Q two stadium tonight. Will this be the one? I think so? I think this is going to be a break. Break away game for this team. I have every confidence in the world. At least those were days will score go. This will not be nil. There's no nail tonight. No nail toenails tonight. It's all states. No, Neil tonight. No. Yeah. Okay. Good July. 1st is an important day. We've been looking at on the calendar for a while. Because today is the first day it could be a It's a sea change in the history of college sports athletes may profit off their name, image, likeness, and already we're seeing some guys on the 40 Acres, mostly football players, but others getting involved by John Robinson is on cameo. You get a personalized gene Robinson video greeting for $110. Dijon Jamison, the cornerback kick returner, has announced his own clothing line and Andrew Jones basketball player. It's got his own clothing line. That's great Josh Thompson and um are being over. Shown have their own line of shirts on last and hats dot com are our friends Last stand hats dot com. I found the Is this? What? You're talking about it? I forgive me. I'm not sure about the offensive line. Know this name? Uh, Hope in my day. Yeah, Yeah, the offensive lineman, Okay? Yeah, yeah, he tweeted some of us have our own personal n I l ventures the offensive line is looking for any type of food establishment to collaborate with as a unit brunch with the bigs is in motion. Please feel free to reply. Tagger DME, if you know someone who is interested Relax food for roll ups. That'd be fun. Yeah, that is fun. Uh, but I mean, it's I mean, look, Look, that's that's the way that things are working, and I know it's just day number one, but that's the way That this is going to work is you're just going to tweet. Hey, is anybody a restaurant out there That wants to give me money will take it well, I think that would tell Maybe the civic groups are guys that go to lunch once a week or something. Say, hey, let's let's have the offensive line and let's all Give me 200 bucks just letting letting people know that they're available. I guess that's yeah, I get it on man. Uh, And how about this Lauren Burke softball standout Lauren Burke has she announced today that she has signed a deal with open doors. That's one of those companies that is specifically connecting. Companies on social media so that you can post video endorsements and the like. Lauren Berg has 375,000 followers on tiktok you down on Tiktok Ed. I love Tiktok remember Roy Miller, who played for Texas. Yeah, tackle he tweeted. I hope our athletes use this opportunity to make money first and foremost, because, frankly, it's not that easy to make it to the NFL. My hope is that this may spark interest in entrepreneurship or for some realize education, maybe more important in the long term. I'm glad you did that. Roy Miller. Did you see there's two guys Let me find it here. Quarterbacks Mackenzie, Milton, Florida State and Derek King of Miami. Uh, they they're jumping in head first. On this thing they have founded their own company, their co founders of a new company called Dream Field and N I. L based platform focused primarily on booking live events for student athletes, including autograph signings, meet and greets and speaking engagements. I I presume that this is going to be an app where you can go on, and they'll have a whole list of you know, college guys, so you can book for your event. Right? Uh And you know that that you know, just creates opportunity for these guys. And these are current players who are you know, taken and have taken the reins themselves running their own platform. Good on you there, gentlemen. And I am I am going to work something special with you. Really? Yeah. When is your birthday? November, The 19th November 1940 years old. Oh, see, this is going to be good for your day You're going to take off that day, You're going to play golf, and I'm going to hire one of the current Longhorn golfers to have a to have a playing less than 18 holes With Jason 18 holes J. I'm going to get one of those guys. I'll get one of the Longhorn golfers. How much do you think they would charge for such an endeavor that it's kind of do And don't spend that kind of money on me? I think it's gonna be expensive. No, I don't think it off. Maybe that that's interesting, though. Yeah, if you're if you're on the Longhorn golf team right now, you can take money to go out on the course with, you know, right? That would be how much fun would that be? If you're a weekend hacker to hire one of those fun one of the guys on the team to say, Hey, come being our foursome. Right fix fix up our swing. I look at fixed fix our swing. Don't mind. Jason takes his shirt off every round. There's a real big deal. It's just the way he is that video still in my we love them anyway, As we said, like people like Thomas J. Henry, the very wealthy attorney who advertises a lot of Station. Yeah, he's known for having great parties for his Children. I could see him saying, Hey, let's get a couple of current Longhorns if I'm not sure if he's a Longhorn fan. I bet he is, Uh, if the golf tournament let's go get a couple of Longhorn golfers pay him a couple of 1008 to come out and have a little clinic before before the tournament. It is an endless possibilities now. Well, and it's today is just day one. Um, who's going to be the first one to run afoul of the rules? Are there rules to run afoul of, uh, you know this is going this is the beginning Page one in what is going to be a big long chapter of things. To come when it comes to college sports. I thought this was interesting. Dabo Swinney. It's fully on board for it really well, you he. Once upon a time in 2014, Davos, Sweeney said that he might leave college and coach in the NFL if college players wherever paid. The NFL looking for your.
"roy miller" Discussed on RFK Refugees Podcast
"Forever or until you subscribe but no one ever quits in our of refugees. The just don't anyway. Thanks and keep enjoying the show while while we wait while we will mention dc united. We we gotta talk about at least their preseason game again no stream. We don't really have much to say we don't we don't even know all the goalscorers because apparently there was some triallist academy kids at scored high score going. You scored a goal jason. That's really really. The goal. Scorer was the friends we made along the winds. Five one victory over over loud united Preseason chugging right along hopefully hopefully we got maybe at least stream or something so we can actually talk a little bit about the game I guess they've got a couple of other games coming up this week We'll we'll see what happens we are. We are a foreign right away and we also have our tailgate. Do not forget about that. April seventeenth Join us at six thirty pm. We are going to be a we. Were having a tailgate. we're going to be having We're going to be having all kinds of fun so definitely We got details on that But right now we've got a pablo marin the line a belief Pablo how you doing good good well. Pablo thank you for coming on the show. I'm excited that this This article came out. And i'm curious did it. I i think. I remember someone just adding you saying boy would sure be trippy. Great to have an oral history on this was a bad or was this already cooking. Was this already in your back pocket. You said this is something you got do for before the season starts. Yeah actually policy norio. A colleague of mine He and sam stations element or Colleague they do a podcast called disorder. And somehow the the tyrian re roy miller free-kick came up And paul poet said on the podcast. Oh i gotta do history on that free kicks so dinner staff call the next day..
"roy miller" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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What the freaking rules are at some point. Their tail at the first thing i did was read the freaking rules in hold on go now rebecca already. Yeah we're back. So i missed that one i. This is a little bit of background story. Tony nathan was the libertarian party nominee for vice president. Now she was an american radio producer. Television producer political activists. She was the first woman to receive an electoral vote in a united states presidential election. This was in one thousand nine hundred seventy two. She's running mate of john hospice. Now ruined the libertarian party. I started out at fort collins colorado. I think now win. Roger macbride now. You may have heard that name to know where that came from roger macbride. I've heard that name before. Roger macbride a republican elector from virginia. Well what did we just hear from. Karen kutowski like virginia's man. We swept virginia. He was western. virginia cast a historic vote as a faithless. Elector whatever the hell that means. You had faith in his own decision. What so he. So tony natan. She just died in fourteen remember. She's always they paraded. She was a petite small woman that you know. Just go an aunt. She's smart woman and been from the beginning and she's always at littering conventions and she had honors and they had awards and stuff in her name all so she was well known for being the first woman. who's the first one. Electoral vote libertarian. Hough okay then. You have the election of the president and vice president electoral college okay. Here's here's the answer to my question. After election day on the first. Monday after the second wednesday in december. Okay they these electors assemble in their state capitals cast so this is in december so this is like supposedly happened. I happen to. Where's this anyway. They're officially selected next president united states. Legally the electors may vote for someone other than the candidate for which they were pledged to vote. Which has already happened. And the libertarian. Gotta vote for libertarian. Get a vote. There might be some democrats voted for trump. I mean you know there could be republicans that both biden to you. Know i wouldn't. I wouldn't put that past him either. Oh yeah now they. They assemble in their state. Capitals cast their ballots. So as far as i know that's what's going on these are votes that are done in their state so they don't have to be paid or get on the bus or stay at the you know where the mask and holiday of whatever the hell washington so this is a state state state by state thing and you have the electors. I bet they'll all show up and they'll have but just just just just just like they did with the election fraud and five or six counties that they needed to control five or six states is what changed it. And what are they gonna do. We just need a few electors here and there and so on and like i didn't have enough money. They got no black black man. How did you get a presidential elector before right. Yeah donna and i have been tried to bribe me. Yeah what the hell man. so so. how did that happen. You know we were at the meeting. Pick you raise your hand kind. It's not that hard. No you once. the once. The party party picks their elect tours. They basely get put on the ballot. And you really win. When you're voting for candidate actually voting for slate of like twelve people. Now this is what happened in ninety. Two perot thing here knows part of my lawsuit. That with the i. I knew i my lawsuit in july third of ninety one okay. I got standing in ninety. I went through this. Then the perot thing hit and what they did. I knew the law in arizona didn't make provision for the electors for an independent presidential candidate because they screwed up the election on late seventies. They screw independence they keep making. This decision is not founded on party stuff. It was indic- freak individual rights and the candidate is who signed off on who their electors are going to be now the party and gone through process presented to him. They get infiltrated and freaking socialist. Whatever the hell they do collectivist party crap parties at the state garbage but really the presidential candidate they are the ones that sign off who their electors are in each state eventually. Sooner or later they got to pick so they'll have competing ones. They had different ones. And who's going to be a libertarian. Party had got these set over here. No we got the cetera. It comes down to the candidate. They are the ones that do it. So when president trump decided these are the electors. Hopefully he did due diligence on these guys. They weren't agents off which doesn't put anything. I don't put anything past them. So if you understand the law then you know how you're going to get screwed. Well didn't they'd have to. And that's what they'll do it will but they would have to be convoluted inexpensive with natan and they'd be. You just did a road how they're going to do. It would be blatant in your face. Well they wouldn't do. That was blatant in your face. God blatant interface. They gotta be so. I just need to know the law enough to know how they're going to screw us. And now everybody's sitting there. It's the support of supervisors got vote this to make the county to do to get that. They already screwed you. They screwed you a year ago. And you you know is my point. He's at a loss. They don't even know they're senior bad. Nice distraction shiny objects over here. They don't even know where they all know they. They don't know they're watching fox news. You know oh. We're not doing that anymore. Watch disguised you know. Screw us this guy. Tell us how to do it. You know i'm just. I just i really got me. I don't give a crap. And i gotta tell you how it's done. I consider looking to chicken armor. And i can see exactly what happened. How do you think tony nathan. Got her vote. It was somebody that didn't play ball and of course now he's at the time they were beaten. Oh crap out of him. And it was ron paul. The oh eight election cycle we had roy miller i know roy he was one of the electors for the and he had he was coach. Share of wrong just campaign and he could have cast a ballot a liquor he been at the convention and he have cast his ballot. The state of arizona has like one for ron. Paul and the co up holes campaign wouldn't do it. I'm going to say it's the people comes down to individuals because the whole system is down. And that's the point. I mean you're you're all the sudden now get hung up on the details. Which i i the disparaging. You need to know the details. But the average person's been. I think they may not know the details as much as as our community tend to say what the tenth amendment is and things like that. But the problem i think has been is that for a long time You know the democrats. They don't know the rules they don't care.
"roy miller" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Speaking awro ads. You know this is all roads lead to freedom. Hopefully you know that's up here over guard at june's calf there's a gentleman. Net is an activist an high up in the republican party. That saw that we were doing this and he sent me an email last night and he goes yeah. I go to fail time. Got him roy. Miller involved in a lot of stuff going. Yeah i i go up there. Yeah like that yeah. They're good one. More reason to go guys come up here. You're going in the snow and everything as you're going it'd be the direction just before you get into heaver right before you're up on the What do you call this this to sixty out here right. We're right in the we're right at the junction. At t. sixty seventy seven to sixty to seventy seven. Yeah right this is a big day. Goes up north to You know i forty you go up there and this is the place. It's it's been here for decades. You know this is long time. You're and you're like third generation. Been up in this area right so it's a family thing it's a community thing everybody knows. Tracy assures heck no june's campaign before tracy took it and So this is a good symbol and a lot of times the bad guys back in washington or at the state capitol where they don't understand you know sooner or later you know somebody who didn't go to the back of the bus and then they got to contend with tracy so we're here to help solve someone that took took it serious in the beginning he take a couple of weeks. You dictum odio. We'll take a break. We'll we'll give the hospitals a chance to make sure there's not dead bodies piled up like cordwood and you know we'll go ahead and see what we can do but the thing is then you don't see them. It's like oh this guy. He's really really sick. And i go yeah. I really really had the flu too. So this has been It's just it's just not panning out for him man of the milk it this has been. How's the businesses here in your community. Are they going out. You know we. We haven't lost anybody yet but things have been slow because there's a lot of people in the restrictions that did you know it's her businesses around town as you know i'm wondering how they survive or they just whatever assets they had alder see. It's like datum those won't leave us alone. You know they they go everybody all in you got some more money saved up somewhere where we need to get down on the table you know. Put throw that in mortgage your house you know. Go into your savings and that's ours now too. You know. I can see it. It's like they want to go after the middle class. They want to go after the business owners entrepreneurs that's where their resistances certainly you know conservatives are not you know taking mo- fair you know so what they do is they say we need to go after those that fend for themselves take care of themselves part of their communities all this stuff they talk about they want not really you know so they they go after ya and have you guys banded together at all you know several of us have i mean we've been lucky because we live in a town that basically conservative you know and this community has done the best that they can to try and spread you know their help along and keep keep us all going that it's a small population and all the traveling stopped and heavy tourism here and in the winter skiing in the summer. It's nah yeah seriously. And i need everything just came to a halt. Because if you're in the city you know things are so much dire down there and the restrictions are so much more strict you know. Define that strict by enforcement or strictly. I'm sure you've got the same rules you guys just don't care about one of my customers Their family had a bar in scottsdale and their finds were astronomical because they didn't make their people wear the mass they got shut deal so they're more enforcing down there. I think than they've been up here. Well are they threaten. You shut shut. You down is threatened us. And what are they threatened with this. This is one thing you know. Bob nyerere hardcore anarchists libertarians of. You're still voting. I mean after all we know. I run for office lot but i already know better about this election stuff you know. So the thing is is i'm going to change is not going to come. It'll be philosophical which may be political. But it's not gonna come from a piece of paper it's gonna come from just a way to people act and defend their own because nobody else is going to do it. The purpose of god. Why this show is declare your independence with ernest can't cut the declaration. Independence says the only purpose of governments is defensive individual rights when it doesn't do that time to alter abolish at your right. Your duty boom. Siamese when they come into government the whole purpose of them is so. You don't get locked in your house so you can open a business so you can operate without you know as long as you don't violate someone else's life liberty property their pursuit of happiness. They're there to leave you alone. That's not what happened. So you guys look at this and you go. You know we're going to have to what i think we're going to have to stand up ourselves. I mean the only way they can control you is if you let them control you. If you say no more bent issue saying no more and sooner or later people have got to stand up and say no more enough who you stand up against standing up against government. You're standing up against the people that think they have the right to take you over this shiny badges and guns. So you're not going okay. This is become a realization. We've been waiting on. You know we've been we're out. You know we run and we got good slogans. And we're going to look telling you this beast at your supporting is going to turn around and bite you in the but the more you delegate power to him the more you allow them to have the fact that you even have regulation licenses permits. That's how they're going to get you the permission for you to operate a business can take that away. Why would you take it away because down because we want to because it serves our purpose because we're gonna threaten cajoled and whatever we're going to do to what. So what do you think the goal is. Why are they doing this because they love you. Oh yeah share i. I think that the class distinction is so drastic that anybody's that's in the middle that believes found meal family values and taking care of yourself. They're going to rush. Shot over you because either you're dependent or you're controlling it. There's not gonna be any middle left. There's no middle ground in this. Why i'm agreeing with you. I've seen this. It's great to see this realization come into small communities to businesses dry. I see it. And i see the awareness. I'm wondering you know. Why do you think they're doing it. What's their purpose alec control. What many have money power control you. Don't have enough already. I mean it was spread it out to get more installation for the bad guys. Pop what did you see the know we asked we keep ask nobody ever asks why anymore as a talk show host. I'm going..
"roy miller" Discussed on Let's Start A Cult
"Style. Podcast that focuses on east sports and people within the industry. Please welcome back greg. Doran greg how you doing today. I'm doing well. Thanks thanks for doing the ad. Read for me so i didn't have to come up with my own on the spot again. Struggled a little bit last time. I thought it'd help you so. Yeah i appreciate that appreciate you know you have me back as obviously the first round all star of the program. That's why i mentioned you first because my second guessed second round also is the unofficial co host of this podcast and known to be bad at mixing kool aid. Sam would how you doing sam. I'm good i'm good. How are you guys doing today. Not too bad now. You know ardy answer that question. Yeah you did. You have to answer again. I just wanna show the fact. That greg in are both the Only two recurring guests. Yes out of gas so far episodes series specify but just know how of your lives changed being on this podcast. I don't even wanna get into it. The opportunities it's been bringing me. Why haven't been back since that episode. That's true you blown up. You had a crack addiction there for a little bit while downfall and then you know. The recovery was amazing. Amazing amazing now sam. Last time i had you on. We've talked about jim jones and the peoples temple. Oh yeah that terrible was directly responsible for murdering nearly a thousand people. And i promise you at the end of that episode. I would have you on for less terrible. Kalt and i have done. So are you excited. Yeah less terrible meaning less deaths well on today's episode we'll be focusing on the infamous. Heaven's gate the cult that remains obscured in mystery despite decades of indepth research and study a friendship between a music teacher and a registered nurse gave birth to a religion that was based on aliens. And the bible's book of revelation before tragically ending in the deaths of thirty nine people. So you know thirty nine nine hundred. Oh this this is interesting. I think i've actually They i've heard a little bit about this. We'll see though it's the one. I'm thinking of so far. This is my most requested cult. So you have heard about it greg. Have you heard about Heaven's gate cult before tvd tv more. We'll hold off whether greg knows about it until after i've told them about it so it started off on may seventeenth nineteen thirty one marshall. Herff applewhite junior was born in spur texas to marshall senior and louise applewhite the son of a presbyterian minister the young marshall or herff as everyone else called him grew up in a very religious household and by his teenage years. He was ready to follow in his father's footsteps perceiving himself to be one out of his three siblings. Who would carry on god's torch but his family and friends believed otherwise he was an intelligent cheever with deep powerful voice which led many to expect that he would become a wonderful singer someday. Her was also very charismatic. Even from a young age he was capable of charming everyone and lighting up the entire room the minute he walked in. So we're seen connections to jim. Yeah a lot of other cults. I've talked about so far. According to his sister. Louise when that going to go with that quote he was usually president of everything. He was always a born leader and very charismatic. You get people to believe anything. He was quite the family comic at times and he knew how to do something called an elephant walk. That would always get a laugh from everyone and the only elephant walk. I found when i google. It was not safe for work. Frat initiation i recommend no one looks at up please. You know what i'm talking about. Sam sam's laughing pretty hard. I'm imagining i guess. As to what it. I won't even ask you so after graduating from the corpus christi high school known as the roy miller high school. I went on to study at austin college becoming active in several student organizations and enjoying buzzing social life shortly after earning his bachelor degree in philosophy in nineteen fifty two he enrolled himself at the union presbyterian seminar to study theology adamant that his childhood dream of becoming a presbyterian minister just like his father would come true. Don't don't let anyone tell you.
"roy miller" Discussed on Delta Juliet Mike Media
"We do in I'm going to say that we're going to talk about what I think is number one so far later on but episodes seven much ado about Roy Miller boy markets faced tendency creates the dog a perfectly normal earth dog and the sorretto gets the captain jellicoe treatment. Now, heather, you said you had some issues with this one so I'm going to give you the floor. Yeah. So this one probably comes down to the bottom of my Lower. Deck's ranking so far. It's definitely an episode for me and we've talked well, I've talked a lot. About. The importance of representation on Star Trek on this podcast. So many times before and there are so many different forms of it and much ado about boy really takes One thing that I think is something star Trek still needs to work on in this day and age, and that is the representation of disabled, People They. Really. Like when she goes wrong with boiler and he's out of phase or whatever, and basically don't give him a choice. They just say, Oh, you're going off to the farm and they're going to take care of you there and he ends up on this ship full of other people who have been disfigured or in scientific accidents and no one knows how to fix them and. All. They are is basically told by starfleet that they can't help them. They're going to the farm and. It really paints this picture of starfleet really separating people that are. Different and have issues and not really giving them a choice or an auction about their future. And I have an issue with that. I have a major issue with that and I know that lower deck's is a comedy show and this entire thing was done for comedic effect but it's not the first time. This is come up. In starfleet there's a lot of. There's a lot of examples in D. S..
"roy miller" Discussed on We Saw the Devil
"So let's get into it. Many of you know Heaven's gates because of the deaths everyone knows about the Nike shoes, the tracksuits and the mass suicide. Overall. Heaven's gate. Led to the mass suicide of thirty nine people. That's pretty considerable. That's off people and has a lot of people about small and the the the deputies who showed up at that home in California noted the smell it has just grown into Colt literal cult status just everything about it has become a joke and there's a really serious in interesting backstory. It's all of this will this episode gun is going to entail is we're going to go through Marshall Applewhite and Bonnie nettles the CO founders of Heaven's Gate into a background on that. So let's just go ahead and start with Marshall applewhite. Marshall Herff. Junior was born on May seventeenth nineteen thirty one to a nomadic couple that consisted of Marshall applewhite senior a Presbyterian Minister and his wife Louis's. Now, Marshall Junior was the third child. He had two older sisters, Louisa Jane, and eventually a younger brother named John. Currently only Louise has spoken to the press of any sort Jane has chosen to remain anonymous, and the John was born with a substantial intellectual delay in currently lives in a state group home with around the clock care. Now. Do applewhite seniors job. The family would move to a new Texas city every couple of years like a lot of military children they weren't able to cement. Any real roots are make any long lasting friendships anywhere. They landed knowing that the countdown to moving yet again had already started. Marshall Junior attended Corpus Christi High School, which is now known as Roy. Miller high school in nineteen forty. Eight. When he graduated high school in Nineteen, forty eight and as it about Christian Marshall Junior wanted to follow in the footsteps of his father and become a minister. He enrolled in Austin College. A small private liberal arts school affiliated with the Presbyterian Church roughly sixty miles north, Dallas, and there he became a philosophy major by all accounts Marshall participated and various religious student organizations on campus, and he became heavily involved in the choir even becoming known locally for his incredible baritone voice. He graduated from Austin, college in Nineteen fifty two and then enrolled in the Union theological seminary of Virginia in Richmond in the course was supposed to be three years long in completing the program would result in him becoming an actual ordained Presbyterian minister. However after taking courses in theology, the old and new testaments and more Marshall. Junior decided that becoming a minister was not the life path that he wanted instead music was what really spoke to him. So he dropped out at the Union theological and moved outside of Charlotte North Carolina to a small city called Gastonia, and he took a job as a director of music at the first Presbyterian Church. It's also at this time that he met and married a woman by the name of Anne. Pierce an an has completely remained out of the medium process. As a result of that very little is actually known about her or about their marriage. So nineteen fifty four Marshall is drafted, and this is when the Korean War combat portion of the Korean War had just ended he and end lived in Salzburg Austria for two years and then moved to White Sands New Mexico and new..
"roy miller" Discussed on WTVN
"In Atlanta order Georgia to extend its deadline for accepting mail in ballots until three days after the November election. As long as they're postmarked by election Day, Texas sued Houston, trying to stop it from sending mail in ballot applications. More than two million registered voters. The crew of four bailed out before their spy plane crashed on Virginia's Eastern Shore during a U. S Navy training flight, the U. S Navy confirming it's an E to see Hawkeye conducting a training flight. Incredibly, officials say the two pilots and two crew members bailed out safely photos from the scene showing some of the survivors apparently uninjured. Their parachutes saving their law. ABC is Geo Benitez, the world surpassed 25 million cases of covert 19. Here in the US signs of life and once hard hit New Jersey, where the governor Phil Murphy, is allowing the resumption of indoor dining occupancy capped at 25%. There is no room for error and no excuse for being a knucklehead. Let's enjoy eating indoors again, or going to a movie or celebrating with our friends safely. And responsibly. The US has fully 1/4 of the world's Cove In 19 cases, you're listening to ABC News The Ohio Department health Reporting to center 900 nuke Over 19 cases today continued as 59 you hospitalizations and 72 admissions. All four indicators fell below their 21 Day trends. Summit County Board of Health introducing a new mass mandate over the weekend, health officials past in order requiring people to wear a mask or face covering. Most public places stood at the cova 19 pandemic. The order calls for businesses in the county to enforce the mandate among their employees and customers. Those who fail to comply could face $100 fine in the county, Ohio, currently has a statewide mass mandate in place in Fulton County Sheriff's Office and FBI today searched the property of James were Lee, the man convicted of killing Sierra jargon, Sheriff Roy Miller and release said quote the Fulton County Sheriff's Office along with the assistance of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Is continuing to investigate matters involving James Wehrli. The FBI's evidence response team is unseen to assistant collection of any evidence. If there is any located, the investigation into Mr Worley continues, and no further information can be discussed at this time in 2016 jogging was abducted during a bike ride and days later was found dead in a cornfield near world is property jog. His DNA was found on war least motorcycle helmet and his barn in 2018. He was found guilty on all 17 counts brought against him. And was sentenced to death, originally set to be executed in June. 2019 along appeals process has the latest death date. In July, a settlement awarded Morley's property to John's family for the remainder of the election cycle. The United States Postal Service will soon send mail from the Toledo area to Cleveland to be sorted. Normally that mail is sent to a facility in Michigan. But starting September 16th that is changing after US Congressman Bob Ladder made the request in June, but his office says nearly 1000 absentee ballots were lost her very delayed in the 2016 election, and this could all be traced back to the sorting facility in Michigan. Ohio secretary of state. Frankly, Rose also requested all balance in the Buckeye State be sorted in state this year. I'm Sean Gallagher from around.
"roy miller" Discussed on Laces Out
"Super Bowl. Champion Maliki Jackson. Willie was your favorite part of that interview. I appreciate it me. I think he's a guy who you know. He's a guy who played on the Broncos who really appreciated his time with playing with demarcus ware. Playing with von Miller and Derek Wolfe and you tell the key to the wisdom and knowledge that he received a made work. The Guy had a hell of a Super Bowl Carolina and we always and I played against him A workhorse a wing. A Workhorse Ed. He's actually one of those guys that listen you played a leading. He played defensive. Tackle the defense. Everybody had as you know Kinda. They're super move. Whatever will Jackson has ranged? There's a lot that he can do on the defensive side of the ball And to watch him. Get to Bag Jacksonville. Have that breakout first year ozzy. Things didn't go well and now he's in Philadelphia. I'm happy that he plays a game heart. He respect the game and he. He's one of those guys. That's one mentor. And that's only because Gaza d wear and would have mentored him through his career. And you need guys like that in the locker. Yeah I thought it was. Yeah he did speak with like a certain fondness about Denver and that could be partially the team in the culture but at the same time like when he was in Denver. I mean he got paid coming off the Super Bowl so he saw a lot of very good there Whereas you know his recent stop Jacksonville and he's injured last year in Philly have not been as I imagine he would have hoped but is really funny to be is interesting My favorite story that he told the Jersey the Jersey number. So I'm obviously interested as a fan. How this type of stuff works you know. When Tom Brady came to Tampa already had a number twelve was really player. Chris Godwin like what type of negotiations happen. I've heard that It was on the giants Jeff. Eagles got paid twice from a PLAXICO. Burress an ally manic is. He had both of their numbers that they wanted about that for a second student. Share if if you want to be hated by your own fan base. Don't give Tom Brady Run Creek Chris. Couto give them for free right if Chris Godwin Brady One. Six Super Bowl when it best quarterbacks of all time potentially gives your team the best opportunity to win a super bowl next year and not say. Chris Guy was not good. He's a very of ball player but his resume looks nothing like Tom. Brady had the nuts to sit at. Tom Bernie No. This is my number. The number could be simple for a of different reasons. You give the number of like it. I feel like there's some people out there that say. Oh why would you know? It's his number. He earned number just like Tom. No no no no no no no no some people get to pass Tom. Brady is the pass Tom. Brady actually shoes. And you're on his team. You give him. The shoes lay out the red carpet for Tom Brady. Not because it's just ob- really because of what he's been able to accomplish only because his resume and who. He is speaks for himself. I can't imagine because now say it's jumping out in front of the media. We listen listeners. My number each just my ass you go. You're using number. The man makes the number. The number doesn't make the man. Does it matter you whatever? Tom Brady expert in fairness. Yeah he he did piece merged with Chris him he gave it up. No questions asked was just very smart of him and Tom Brady. Controls who get the ball is going to be entering a contract year so like absolutely very smart. Move by him. It's GONNA pay off tenfold probably from whatever Tom Brady. I WANNA give for Frito. That's bullshit my shit so I'm sure Tom Brady will hook them up. The owner of a new fifty million dollar contract but the point is interesting in that me Jackson when he went to Jacksonville was getting. I think it was eighty five million dollars and I think fifty plus guaranteed through playing with absolute monopoly. Money you have a Guy Roy Miller who I think was a fourth round. Pick for the bucks a long time ago. It's kind of. I don't want to say journeyman that like you know. He's a rotation on Royal Mail defensive tackle player. He's he's a fire hydrant. Who's strongest shit? He's not a big man but played a lot of football is day a play with Jacksonville. Jacksonville was awful like weird us. The League was embarrassed to have it on Thursday night football through those years so I have a lot of respect for that do. He's a hard nose football player. But but it's interesting thinking about like all right. You got this guy who's coming in. Who Wants Ninety seven? He's got essentially endless money. Like where do you cut off negotiations and I mean I think he was smart because he was like I wasn't GonNa go higher than twenty grand because at the end of the day is real life you know even though I was getting paid you know fifty one million guaranteed wherever it was? It's still you know that if somebody tells you I'm not GonNa Hide Twenty Grand. You Go Gimme twenty two. Give me twenty two between five. You gotTA listen. There's no sweat off my back. You know I mean if I if you don't think my number two all right is my number. I had it I you deal with it. Malate Jackson paid more to twenty thousand and then number I guarantee he would have gave him twenty five to thirty four. That number because to your point is monopoly money. That's going to vegas money easily. Done that 'cause you know why the numbers aboard that bet. You believe Jackson superstitious and because he's had success with that number in the league. There's no way he's GONNA go out. Sunday without have feeling bulletproof. That number makes feel bulletproof. Sally I mean look good. Feel good but Yeah really fun interview with Jackson. We got a lot of really get interviews bank. That going to be coming your way. Sopr- she guys rock no. It's another week for Super Bowl champion with alone. I'm Steven Seg- is next week..
"roy miller" Discussed on Laces Out
"Back there. You know you got those big bruisers in front of you know On a cocker so to speak on their quarterback you know what I mean. But it's it's just once you get started just you know. Just be a part of history. Are Tom Breaker thereby outside of the hardest. The hardest quarterback lead to get you know. And so it's it's one of the thing you just want to say dot com right now so I wanted to ask you this man I know you talked about Alcatel by the voice that you really love. Denver men and at Denver was if you had so much says the guys who play with it is hard. It was hard for me to leave this bird and go to New York. Even though I'm from New York it was kind of a homecoming if you leaving Denver. What and why I'm leaving. Denver meant growth Hog. Oh you're comfortable somewhere. You know what I mean. I got comfortable. I like it here in but then you realize the business side of this you know when you go to table you're able to put yourself you know. I'm I think I'm worth visiting. You know people say you know you start really getting to the business aspect of it. Kinda like I say hurts but you know you. Hard road is No because the business side happened before I left. You know what I mean. Once I saw them gave Derek Wolfe the contract and the contract. They gave him which give me a similar one and I was like I feel like I'm worth more than you know what I mean so. We kind of had an understanding before that. So I really wasn't heartbroken I'll just more like you know. This is just this business. I just had. I opened experience about business. And that's just all it was But Yeah it's tough. I bled been could only reason I out because I think a lot of young guys who get into the League. You Isla and I've said this Outta died I now didn't WanNa go anywhere. I want to remain still. I bled black and gold everything. Drink everything that the steelers had to offer. And then you get to the table and you like the really loves him. Goodbye man. You don't gain any keys to the house. I could eat out the fridge. I put my feet on the couch and you get to tap on your shoulder. You got to leave. And and that's called business and I always I'm always interested. On how players are they bitter. Going to the mix. I wasn't bitter leaving the students. I was more bitter that I didn't do more while was with the team but we had such a good team and so I'm interested in here. How guys leave do they walk out the door you know. Don't the chuck deduces and they keep push and it's everybody's stories different. Sometimes leave saying like you say. Listen Man I love that Wolf but I'm better than there with and I shouldn't remain here I should be. I should be the broncos ring of honor. I should've I should be going out You know on top of the white horse swing my hat. But I'm Donna fucking Jacksonville. You know eat lobster town fucking getting ready for Sundays hundred degree weather so some guys don't process it that way some guys so you know what it was a learning lesson I gotta move on so I just wanted to see where was your heart at an all of it now me. Of course you heard about the end of the day you know like you said you go there you're wide wow gene plan in the NFL. And I think that's where you have to remember. You have not with that certain team and once you Kinda you know you know. Stop our has to the wall for them. You know. Yeah you have but at the end of the day you know. It's it's a lot more going on you know. And that's why you go to Jacksonville. Exciting jumping guys. You know you know going into contracts. Don't be afraid to see what's out there you know. Be Afraid of free agency. You know because it's it's not a bad thing you know he's trying to play like own you know. Be careful but you know there's a lot more out there you know and then I was so close this many players only okay. You know what I mean like. You don't really think about it. You know social housing like just go explore go. You know if you're standing phil realize you're knocking that certain team. 'cause when it's time for care about shoo you'll realize how much they care about you. So free agency when you went to Jacksonville in two thousand. Seventeen your second year. There are actually. Let's start with the two thousand sixteen is just kind of an interesting weird question than I have We were ninety year number ninety seven in Denver When you went to Jacksonville you're not number ninety seven. The first year Roy Miller had that number negotiate like to try and purchased a number. You obviously had the funds to do so after getting an eighty five and a hell would add. I'll believe for me. I really wanted to number.
"roy miller" Discussed on Technologist Talk
"Hello I'm Bob. Dirks host of technologists tails what we share profiles of people from an array of backgrounds who discovered and shape successful careers working with technology. And now help others do the same. According to analytics firm Burning Glass Technologies nearly twenty thousand. It help desk. Jobs have been posted nationwide during April a time period that includes the rise of the covert nineteen crisis and overall unemployment hitting fourteen point seven percent but the IT industry is still hiring with one out of every ten jobs posted online being a tech job now for the moment due to pandemic safety sheltering guidelines. We can't send Michelle Lang back into the field to visit comped attack. But we can do is take you to one of the programs past graduations and career fairs where. Michelle met an excited group of newly minted technologists as they celebrated their dreams and expressed the passion. They have for pursuing them. There's always a nervous energy surrounding the first day of school. Elizabeth Ever Giovanni Chiron Mario Man Nathan Nicholas Peter's Patricia. All Omar Kendall and now at graduation the energy shifts from jitters to excite and because all these people have come a long way to get here today. Nicole recently gave birth to twins when she was laid off unexpectedly. She started this program. It wasn't always easy and she spent a lot of nights studying hard. Not sure if she was going to make it. Nicole came to graduation with big news. She wanted a twelve week apprenticeship with a big player in the business of technology previous it is I was actually finding was laid off but ironically it worked out for me personally because six months prior to being laid off actually was already interested in icy. But I did not know how to get into it. And then having previous background experience. So when finding icy radios gossip Nathaniel thought he was on his way to technology career before being unexpectedly laid off as the company restructured. After I graduated high school I went straight to work. I was an insult textural shooting on that but I ended up becoming the head of it for my team. So whenever we had an install troubleshooting for Internet for small businesses or homes. They would call me for the hearts of replacing even drives Reinstall either man programs but They did lay off for a lot of their senior techs. So I've actually been bouncing around trying to find my way back in. It reached out and for Kendal. Graduation is lightyears beyond the eight years. He spent in the service industry working five days a week. To two days a week I just had certainty dot com at choir experienced. No look and then I found I t ready. This Tech Program is the result of a complex collaboration. Here's Kathy Brennan. Director of the national workforce solutions for. It ready technical support. We had six hundred eighty applicants for this class and we shows twenty four very motivated individuals. But they don't know quite how to get started on a career path. It and I think that is where we open the door for them. That you can get there through an eight week certification and it's a win win on both the employer side as well because we developed these people for eight weeks and at the end of the day if is all county April certification. But it's also those professional business skills that we teach well so they are ready on day one so I asked. Kathy would employers are looking for in job candidates I remember we first launched in two thousand twelve in the twin cities and one of our employer partners said you have a fabulous program but when that first person came to work at their organization if they did not perform the way they perform would battery short relationship with that employer result they went onto hair twelve more people at that organization and so many firms players tell us that when they come in. They're ready with the professional skills and with the IT skills that they're taught as well senior it. Resources Manager. Roy Miller of a big Tech Company in Chicago told me he could send the excitement and energy coming from the. It ready class really bad. That opportunity rather it's contract. You know opportunity even if it's short term because a lot of them they have either very little dino experience in that we also tell them that. Get your foot in the door and be friendly especially nineteen right because more than likely the toughest position begetting support us and so nice friendly attitude awfully comes along. That's what I ready. Technical support is all about connecting. Technology workforce demand from employers like Roy's organization with a new pipeline of workforce town a Happy Group of aspiring technologists. Radio launched their new. It careers.
"roy miller" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Welcome back I'm Jim Rome all right so once again the middle of the program is wide open first things first we are joined by an NFL analyst he is the NFL's all time leader in catches yards and touchdowns by tight end he went to fourteen pro bowls he was a member of the two thousands all decade team eight twenty nineteen inductee into the pro football hall of fame he is host of the wide open podcast it's available on Spotify apple podcast anchoring YouTube and turning in sauce a football life premiers tomorrow at ten PM eastern on NFL network so we got a few things get caught up on Tony good to have you back on the show Tony how are you. buddy good good Tony great to get caught up good to have you back this is all about a month Tony since you inducted into the hall of fame when you look back on that weekend Tony what are some of the moments the stick out to the most. well I think probably a lot of people talk about the the the lunch and that they have the ray knit ski deacon Jones lunch were all the players control room and they they just shot and nobody's allowed in the room no coaches median or anybody and they just talk and they just hang out on I that was really cool because you know growing up you see we have your friend like Jim Brown is in that room Dan Marino you know all these hall of fame great from from the sixties seventies and eighties near hang out with them you know you're in there and they all got the yellow jackets on that's when it became like this Israel I got really read all of very one of the highlights and then of course having my family there specially my children letting them see what what I was able to do throughout my career because you know they probably don't remember most of it your beside my oldest a new trial and so I was really group thank about my younger kids were able to kind of see their dad up there on that stage getting recognized as as you know one of the best ever it was a really special we can force that is tremendous turning is always joining us turning in sauce a football I premieres tomorrow at ten PM eastern on NFL network Tony during your speech you want all the way back to your pop Warner days playing high school football in Huntington beach high what did coaches in Huntington beach people like coach Pasco and coach Curtis mean you both as a player and a person. jobs that had those guys out at the hall of fame with me there was got me started everybody gets asked to get a start somewhere and and coach Curtis my use my freshman football because I want to be a running back yeah. I was gonna be the next Bo Jackson or or Marcus Allen you know being from LA here and you're like no sign you're going to play tight end by complaint I did my freshman year of high school football I was in one of these guys that converted after college or something of a basketball player and then drugs Pasco yeah allowed me to to be my best version of myself back in high school and then it goes off the field where you know the the mentorship from those guys he was Mike my bass what codes to Roy Miller was there even a big part of my development as a as a youth in high school so it was just fun that get back to the guys have not the hall of fame let's talk to Tony Gonzalez Tony me time to think so many coaches but one of them I really want to ask you about you play for a lot of great coaches both in basketball and football have you ever played for anybody else who is quite like Dick vermeil no not backed up there is is amazing I think what separates him as the coach what he does differently is he really does care about his his players and you know him and Carol his wife they would have a dinner once a week in a house different position on the team and they have over their house didn't matter of your practice squad guy you'd only been there a week you're gonna come over and you could have dinner with him and his wife and share some you know he loves winding you share the section but wanted for you really good glasses of water in it you know because you got to on the bed of the warring was so it was it was always fun to go to and then the a motion to like you know if he cried a lot there's no bigger than that you because you get the most like really does care about us as players as well as going out there and win a football game that's why you want about those number my team we talk a Tony Gonzalez Tony it's also a football live does premier tomorrow at ten PM eastern on NFL network Tony thank you speech was really really interesting for a number of different reasons you know there was a word that you use quite a bit in the speech the people might be surprised by and that was the word of fear what were you like as a pop Warner player. I would fearful little kid look little child back then and you know it I have the ability obviously but I didn't have it in my heart I didn't have in my mind because I was so scared of getting hit I'm so scared of standing out for whatever reason and football did not work out for me young my first year actually quite second year I stayed on the whole all the team the whole year to my mom made me this time but it really never click it took me a couple years to finally come out of that mess with the bully came in because I was just afraid of everything and then finally you know model boys so I will go to hear that you want yeah go ahead I'm gonna tell me I I think if you don't if you don't mind because I think that's I mean you're a hall of Famer who dealt with something that most people deal with at some point so if you don't mind maybe can get into it well we are both in real quickly your available only come after a play pop Warner football those two years my eighth grade year I didn't play but I had this bully that used to come down from the local high school when I was in junior high and you want to fight me would beat me up so I hit it every single day and ran from him because I was scared and then finally he called them the phones I want to fight you and I said okay give me a couple weeks the training in and we set the date for the fight I was mortified by myself I had no friends at this point I thought I was a wimp and by myself into the fight and there must have been you know every school in our neighborhood in high school but the note about the biker they were there at the park so I do a normal kid would do I turned around and ran went home and things got worse after that any culminated at graduation a junior high he showed up to the graduation and I see him there and I get scared after the graduations over by Kroger had up I go and hide behind a wall my family comes walking up looking for me and they all find me at the same time and that when I saw the look on my mom's face and saw the look on my brother's face a complete disappointment and because they knew what was going on and they told me to get it over with like this guy did who cares. you lose that apple would beckon Absalom but I was so scared and I said to myself I will never see that look on their face again and it changed everything for me in that one in that and I've never ran spent than from anything that I'm afraid of doesn't mean I'm an accomplice right away and that changed everything for me because football the next year with the with the high school and all those same kids are played pop Warner with their on that team in high school they're looking at me like here he goes again trying out again but things were different this time yeah I wasn't afraid anymore and I was able to go out there and and and and put everything I had into it and and go through that nothing I was afraid I went through that you're now I didn't let it paralyze me I think I think it changed my life to change the deck three of where I was going so I'm kind of thinking for that belief not going to the football life is about it's about being thankful for those low times in your life Tony Gonzalez joining us on the program so bloody showed that story Tony really quickly did you ever run into the pulley ever again if that ever reconcile or which any closure there. I am on my junior year and I was over at his high school now he's the senior and and I I I I can't do that. I'm just getting. I love the way that story and are you kidding I don't agree the Hollywood in the news. and and I just saw him and this time but now I'm like a monster on six by two hundred ten pounds at this point and I just looked at him and shook my head and didn't do anything from you there's no reason to honestly with the gift that he gave me able to give the hard way and that's kind of a lesson for a lot of people when you're going through those hard times a lot of time that's where the biggest growth is that kind of what you need that life saying Hey you got to work on this in here that you're the gift for you you know you don't want to but take it and learn from it and you'll be in a of me would be even a better version of yourself and that's how it worked out for me that's so good turning tell us joining us twenty had amazing football life that's part a right they're a big part of it we've had amazing football life so what was it like to be a part of this project in the what kind of feelings do you think you'll have tomorrow night when it airs. right there because of the my story and and kind of like my podcast is wide open I didn't hold back on anything you're going to see the good the bad and the ugly of my career of how it all started when I was out there in Kansas city the ups and downs but be in there the ups and downs of being with the Atlanta Falcons and that's what I kind of your mind body and spirit that's that's kind of what I'm all about you know after my second year in the league dropping all those ball be legal dropped passes my life changed dramatically I started reading books I started learning about the process of success mind body and spirit wise and and it made me a better person in the long run and you're going to see that story in the football I see up close and personal pulled by B. and then not just me but by my family my friends and my teammates so I think people will get a lot a lot out of it this watch is more than just watching me as a as a big star hi did it was it was much deeper than that it's starting in sauce a football life once again that does premier tomorrow at ten PM eastern on NFL network turning glad you met your.
"roy miller" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"The damage is probably gonna be months before you get back to normal Mike Morello ABC news governor Roy Miller says nearly two hundred thousand people are still without power rising storm surge in floods remain the main concern in both north and South Carolina in the Bahamas Coast Guard officials are saying tonight that they rescued two hundred and thirty nine people since the hurricane Doreen response effort began. news ninety six point five W. D. B. over Orlando turns first for severe weather I'm meteorologist George Waldburger track in the heat sh well into the evening overnight pretty quiet tomorrow another hot day in the mid nineties well if your extended five day forecast for times an hour and I'm Brandon Hogan checking your active radar no rain in the greater Orlando area eighty four degrees in the city eighty degrees in Altamonte springs everything cooling down to human to mid seventies temperatures across the board tonight the Sean cluster show is up next in just a few minutes. continuing with our team coverage another vaping related death has been reported at this time in Indiana as of today Illinois Oregon Minnesota and California have all reported at least one vaping related death Indiana state health deputy commissioner Pam pun Tony says they're working with federal agents to find out what is causing people to be hospitalized with logging juries in Indiana we are currently investigating thirty nationwide according to the centers for disease control and prevention four hundred fifty cases have been reported in thirty three states as of today on Tony says that many patients have also admitted to using THC or marijuana products in the E. cigarettes now for twenty five dollars you can get a little in Florida this weekend and it goes to a good cause the theme park announced its offering discounted single day tickets for Saturday and Sunday tickets normally range from eighty five to one hundred dollars for a one day admission like a land said ten dollars of each twenty five dollar ticket sold will be donated to the American red cross for relief efforts in the Bahamas the park also serves as a collection point for supplies including non perishable goods baby products and bedding Katrina scales is ninety six point five W. DPO or missing you may have heard deputies are at this were at the scene of a small plane crash in northwest rural Lake County today they say one person was killed someone called nine one one after seeing smoke before three PM the FAA will investigate the crash it is ten oh three at news ninety six point five W. D. B. O. se metro by T. mobile cut the best deal and wireless and it's all for you all from me just switch quickly because metro has to lance but AT and two Samsung galaxy J. seven stock falls for free plus Amazon prime included that's the way while it should be only at metro. the sales tax an activation fee fifty dollars plus rate plan required not older numbers currently on T. mobile network on maturing past ninety days.
"roy miller" Discussed on Buccaneers Observer
"He kept pound that away when asked why Jerry areas joined the bucks, and how big of a surprise it was Stroud basically said, well, it's because areas got everything he wanted. He got the higher his old friends got higher this large staff. He got a big pay day. So I'm sure we can count on. Jek dev. Reporting going forward by Rick strand. Yeah. Areas regime. It wasn't because areas thought that he could take this. They make it a winning team. Of course, not now was all selfish reasons why Aarons joined he did mention the Dhamma Kong Soo once he said that sue had been out in the free agency market since the end of last season. And no one had any. From hill yet McCoy had interest from taint teams. But stars been no evidence of that either except for what Rick Stroud said who he got from McCoy or McCoy's agent, bend ogre, right? Which doesn't make any sense. One of the jobs, brought this up in their podcast, the other day, the say if there's ten teams that are interested in McCoy. We would have been able to trade him. Yeah. I think so too, because there's no way if you're interested in a player, you want him, you're not gonna let him go on the free agency market because somebody else can get him. Right. If you want him, you get him you trade for them, but nobody wanted to trade for him. And he's only had three okay? Ten teams. That's a third of the league. First of all, that's just ridiculous. That's I don't know the temp teams we want Tom while they won. But then he's only had three visits. If you have ten teams interested in you, why wouldn't you go? Visit ten teams we'll say he's gone to his third one here and Rick Stroud reporting today that there will be a decision as early as Friday. So he's, he's gone to three out of ten right? He's going to make a decision. Yeah, yeah. Okay. Well, here's the thing about the su- situation where they said that sues been on the market and nobody's been interested in him. You don't know that Rick Strahl because you didn't even know he was coming to your team that you cover. You wrote an article saying, Gerald McCoy was going to stay a Buchan near in two thousand nineteen you were wrong. You did not know that they were in the Goshi nations with the con SU they could have been contacted sued. The they he became a free agent and said, hey, we're going to sign you for so and so much money. As soon as we cut jerem coins was like great. You know why? Because sue wants to go back to Ford. Because I don't have any income tax. He's going to make as much money at Tampa Bay getting nine million dollars as he did at the Rams forgetting fourteen million dollars because they take like twenty eight percent of your tax income tax so you don't extract. You don't know what teams contacted sue. You don't know if the buccaneers contacted sue day after he became available. You don't know it's also funny that he said that see us had no interest because in his podcast don't have was Tuesday or Wednesday this week. He said, I don't know him see it was negotiating where to get the bucks to pay him that much. So he implied that there was another team that we were in a bidding war with over sill podcast. But what he's doing. Here's disparage sale. He's not worth his just got driven up because someone else wanted him, he's trying to say here that nobody wanted to but everybody wants McCoy. Yeah, it's just boot-licking now when he was asked about. Liquor in Tampa. Oh, no taper Vegas. In our buccaneers. I've watched videos over the really crazy. People's shoes. Soles of their shoes. Sorry for that whole tangent. When he was asked by the DJ's at the radio station. What if any concerns there with McCoy or if he had any downsides Stroud said he had never heard of any really? Yeah. Of course he hasn't because he's only talked. Ben Dogra will he's lying because I've seen him argue with people on Twitter about a bit about McCoy down fans downsides like him not showing up in the fourth quarter not making big plays. He'll not making the people around him better. Which is that's one of the thing, Stroud saying, oh, he's never had any good, people surrounding no great players make those around them better. That's, that's a slight on McCoy. If you ask me, he said, Jerram avoid does not take plays off. That's of course bullshit, every player takes plays off. I could show you quite a few clips of Durham Koi taken plays a matter of fact quite a few of them during game winning drives not us winning the game. The opponents winning the game a lot of times it's he pretends to get injured on the sideline. And maybe not pretends but he gets angel and it comes the sideline for a couple of plays. And then goes back out there, right? That he that happened a lot. I need to do clips of that he went on to say, if there was any knock on McCoy, it is that he is an older athlete, you said McCoy had to play too much, because cloak, you cannot hide bad, defensive line unquote. And by the fourth quarter, he might be a little tired because of his age. He wears down quicker than he used to because he is thirty one years old. That's the only. Richter out could come up with. And then he went on to blame the rest of the defensive for McCoy's lack of performance multiple times now, want to get to that you touched on a little bit. But when you have somebody like Gerald McCoy, who gets all the praise from the media, like Gerald McCoy does, which this is a perfect example. It would make you not want to play hard. If no matter what you do Gerald McCoy is gonna get credit for it. And everybody's just going to praise McCoy, why work hard. I mean immediate doesn't seem to understand this. If all you do is praise one guy, the rest of the team is not going to want to do anything, but he's talking about the lack of players we've had on the defense especially on the defensive line. Yeah, let's never mind Clinton, McDonald who had thirteen and a half sacks and forty five games with the buccaneers one hundred forty two tackles with ninety nine of them Sola. That's compared to McCoy's one hundred fifty tackles over the sign same time period in fifty eight games. Seven more games, so McDonald had eight less tackles did. Jerry McCoy in seven less games. Well, but the point still being he had just as many tackles dare McCoy. So let's just crap all over Clinton McDonald. He was obviously a horrible player, even though he went to the Super Bowl and wondering what about Adrian clayborn? He's going to Super Bowl since he's left is one of them, we got ROY Melia Mike, Michael Bennett. He'll play for Tampa four years. Three of those jerem McCoy. He played in fifty games started in twenty eight of them even Kim, Spence, and he started all sixteen games for Miami last year, and he had more tackles, but so and combined than Gerald McCoy. We got William, golden jockey Smith, who have thirteen and a half acts Tampa, while only starting in eighteen games, plane, twenty nine Robert Ayers, Vinnie curate. Bo. Allen. Let's not forget to mention veta- who only played forty seven percents defensive snaps last year compared to jerem Koi, seventy percent yet, still had more solo tackles, Gerald McCoy serious. And what about Noah Spence now he's been at an enigma. I don't know why he's not seeing the field and none of these. He's gifted reporters are trying to find out. But in two thousand sixteen he had five and a half sacks with only five hundred seventy two defensive snaps which is fifty four percent, compared the jerem McCoy's wet seven sacks on seven hundred ninety four plays which seventy eight percent that gives Mela Spence one sack for every one hundred one hundred and four snaps der McCoy had one sack for every one hundred thirteen snaps. Wow. So yeah, let's just crap on all these players I can understand some of these guys came Smith. Came spans, ROY Miller, bub-bubba, you know, they didn't jockey Smith, didn't really do a whole blood work crap. So a lot of these guys have played on of land gone on to win Super Bowls. Lot of are still in the league playing. Well, good teams in the just say that the reason why Jerry McCoy's productivity wasn't better because he never played on a good defense you but cancer. So anyhow, don't let these guys spill you. They're all pro McCoy anti bucket ears. Koei is in the market for a new useful idiot. Now that he's leaving the Tampa market. He's carrying with him. Rick strahl. I don't know if he's in Baltimore or where he's at, but he's still doing McCoy's work. Well, in any case McCoy was spotted at Hello, t- Nahda's retirement press conference came in fat in the back by himself. And then left I do. Why would you know players go to the press conferences wanna play or go to a press conference, go to retirement party? You know who goes to press conferences, people want to be seen by the media, the media. I mean, it's a press conference conference of press, people, that's goes, the press conferences. What, what does he have to do with a leading Ana eight? As far as I know he's ever met the guy supposedly, they spoke while McCoy was in Baltimore under stay because there as well go with press conference. I guess if you're right day or something like that, but to me, it's just one of those things where Jeremy Koi is wherever this camera or reporters either he went where he knew people were going to talk about him which they did not who would have known. I mean that kind of takes the sailor way from Lahti, not as yeah. People are like, oh, it's a sign of respect. No, it's not yet. Go to showing up to a wedding wearing white. You don't do that. Go to the actual like induction to the hall of fame or something with his actual ceremony where other players are gonna show Give this. this, but press conference it was there any other Baltimore Ravens players. They're not that I'm aware. We would never know why. Because all they're gonna talk about Joe McCoy that were to more reporters that we did it immediately. So I think they're in the running for McCoy is new fan. Boy. What you call useful idiots. But I think my suspicion it was right after his meeting with the with the team, I think it's probably to kinda prod Cleveland, a little bit maybe drive up his price tag them into a bidding more. And then he would that could pay him any decent money. Like I said, because the Baltimore he's going to be a rotational player he's not going to get that much. I'd be surprised if he got six million and I don't think that they're gonna say they're not contenders. They're not as strong as they were probably four years ago blue. No baltimore. Oh, yeah. Baldwin they're not going to be as good as they were last year. They caught everybody off guard with the more Jackson running game. Well, and they were inconsistent with I don't think their offense was really that solidified. I've felt like they were kind of flying by Caesar pans a little bit because they benched flacco Jackson came in. I think are three played a little bit. So you're right there. Probably caught people off guard a little bit. But. They do always seem to make their way to the playoffs one way or another. Because I played a division where there's usually teams in there that are sucky. Yeah. Cleveland's automatic two wins. They always play other Harn all the teams in that division. Maybe the Bengals the last couple of years. But for sure the Browns, and the Steelers.
"roy miller" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"I like where you're going. Yeah. That was what Tampa be opened forty eight to twenty one. Great one that one eighty nine seventy nine after the frogs were up by twelve at one point by sixteen. They get cow shot back in Corey santee is on the T C H one thousand seven junior blunt and just turned thirty one. I don't know thirty six he just turned thirty six three days ago. For seventeen. Bingo. Marriage went for seventy but what enough drugs fallen that. When so the project due for win the series every other. I like what you're saying. Yeah. So it's frog's turn. Well, they're going to need better outfits it out put in the second half. You mentioned how good they been in the second half the shot. Fifty nine percent against Nebraska. Let's see if they get a stop here and get going ready for the start of the second hand now by three thirty three thirty. And the Blue Jays with possession of the left hand side with his ballot ballots got working on desma McBain. He starts to the second half along with the promptly also tweeting about there is Shaun Alexander Damian Mets around ski out front with a house Alexander seven on the shot clock. Right. Head winning crumpled out. It comes now. Backs it up promptly he'll fire. Another three off the Mark pulse. Resent the renowned. Alex Robinson Robinson vein. Roy Miller and Samuel kick. It off of the quarter to biller extra pass to tight dunks. We start the second mayor thirty three with nineteen fifteen and they were trying to get on the run out at a great job defensively by forcing him to the baseline. But he finds on the other side of the floor. That aroused ski with it out front working on Robinson tied at thirty three. Fifty five seconds. Secondhand Malik within hand balance between the circles desma pain. It's back out front. Rows shock like bought by Bain off the glass rebound north. Alex Robinson of Robinson will push for TCU Robertson of the wing left. Alex gets it up to Desmond banks paint. Download they find Kevin turns faces since another three that was partially blocked. Going to be shot Alexander. Says the one. Throw line for three. That's the Spurs. On alexander. Now, they're gonna check to see if it was a two or three. I think it's a pretty deep out there right in front of the your badge. Double check. You got both lines at both three point ARC's out there. Of course, mood three point line. Back foot. Three. Great. Brian. But decent for the line this year seventy nine percents. With a chance for three here. Seventy nine percent of John much free throw shooter. But guys been struggling of late from the field knocks it down. What's been in this game? The frogs have needed the most seventeen points here. All player, double digits noise. John mitchum to that. I have shot sixty two percent for the floor. Rest of the project. Twenty eight percent free throws here for quite. A stretch of the season, Brian where you can pretty much count on him for double digits. Any night. But it's been hot and cold. Here late has at twenty point outing against Oklahoma state tournament. They all three free throws the frogs with a three point advantage. Now, thirty six thirty three. Here's the freight of tie it that doesn't go from Alexander. Trump balking at the rebound billard is back to make that quantum. All you've got the rebound back. The other way pain paint penetrates. Follow. Nobody to block Samuel Audi. Hammerton the forecourt with now ballad gives it up to pump haul back. It goes to the ballot corner, right? Lead thirty eight thirty three and the largest lead of the game for the horned frogs. Zecha Rousey crumpled trying to save it. It goes out of bounds off a great. Now to the second half the with a five point margin. Thirty eight thirty three FOX turn it up on the defense events. Creighton up a little bit. I turn it over again. That's the thirteen of the game. I of the half. Does McBain back out comes out of Alex Robinson, Sandra going to set the screen roll out of Alex double team working through it almost headache ripped away to get it out of Samuel Sanger going. Get it to Miller Miller. Greg McDermott is gonna take what he's getting offensively out of the Blue Jays. Craft beer show. Mirena quarterfinal action..
"roy miller" Discussed on This Week in Photo
"All right. Welcome back to another episode of this week in photo. Lots of people are are are freshly back from the WPI conference in Las Vegas and lots people have stories about what went on a couple of stories myself. But I wanted to do is show just kind of a wrap up while it's fresh in our minds about the the trade show and just trade shows chosen general as well as this particular show in in what are some of the pluses and minuses in takeaways that that people that attended the show are taking away and to do that and bring it on to friends of mine. Troy Miller who's a wedding and portrait photographer, and I'm also bring up Mr. Christopher berry. Who's a good friend of mine? He's also photographer who loves his Fuji gear in we were trying to get him to move over to the Panasonic side. But he didn't budge, but we're gonna talk about we're going to talk about all that. On the show. Let's start with introductions. Troy Miller for people who don't know who you are. What you give us a quick elevator pitch about ROY Miller in in what you do. And who you are. I'm a creative. I've been a fulltime wedding photographer for almost thirty years. Now, this is twenty seven years this year, make my living full time in the wedding industry with my wife, and I so and when I'm not doing, weddings. I like to blow things up take abstract photos, those kind of things. Well, let's let's my sanity. Let's just be clear when you say blow things up you like to photograph things at high speed. You're not you're not doing anything illegal. No, no. Yeah. I guess it is twenty nineteen Troy Miller. Saving you from yourself. That's right. Yeah. That's my sanity, you know, fine art abstract kind of stuff, but yet but in wedding industry for a long time. This was my tenth year in a row. I think to WPI awesome. Cool. All right. Well, we got lots to talk about because you are clearly authority on WBZ. Christopher berry is on show as well. Good friend, man. What? So you were there. You were running around doing the typical WPI thing making, you know, talking with old friends looking at booths taking classes going to parties tell us a little bit about yourself before we dive into the ins and outs of WPA, I do portraiture events the occasional wedding, very rare, but occasional wedding. And I'm also licensed to do commercial drone video and photography. And I'm in. I'm in Arizona, and I'm Aguirre freak who I'm trying to tame that I'm trying to recover around a few notches recovering. I actually able to claim my losses from photo kina. Oh yesterday. So I feel so good. They will tell us about that. So people that don't know about what happened in photo kina. What happened? Yes. A photo. Kina? I went to Amsterdam from Cologne and on the train. Ride, a bunch of people in my car got robbed. And so my computer, Mike camera all my work working drives that I did, you know, it was hoping to do some some content for for the channel everything was taken..
"roy miller" Discussed on Geek News Central
"On in gadget dot com that Japanese billionaire and future spank space x lunar orbit tourists. You USA Maza wa and I'm probably mispronouncing. This guy's name. He is nabbed the record for most retweeted most re tweet ever. He the forty three year old tweeden Japanese on Saturday one billion yen night outward equation equals, two nine thousand two hundred dollars to one hundred randomly chosen users on the base that they followed and retreated him and it worked like a charm the tweet complete with a New Year's gift card. It'll be rocket man. That channel DT has racked up five point one million reach weeds at the time of this right of the writing from his article comparatively the there was a previous record holder Carter Wilkerson came down to an appetite for Wendy's chicken nuggets. And apparently he won L because who wants want who wouldn't want some free cash. He he founds he founded Japan, Japan's largest online fashion retailer resort hotel on. And is worth an estimated two billion dollars. So so whoever me tweet where we got this tweet or re tweeted, it some somebody got some some folks got little close over nine thousand dollars or ROY Miller when Lin yen so good on them. And I guess by head Twitter, and I saw this. I saw this tweet. And if you know who wants him who wants some extra cash, so I guess I would definitely re tweeted and cross my fingers to see if I can get somebody out get some money. Who wouldn't want wanna get some extra money? All right. That is it for today's episode. Thank you so much for tuning in. Apologize debris. Very short episode. There was a lot of tech news came out wanted to make sure I get as much as I could also my. One put it in everything and my brow. My browser window is opened up. And I was hoping earlier I was trying to space more Al get more articles in. But there is my every time I was putting up more articles and my windows kept crashing. So I had to get rid of some things. But I want to make sure that a podcast came out. So I appreciate you tuning into this week's podcast taste. So it's Hughes me Todd will be back. He's on the road for this entire month.