35 Burst results for "Rutherford"

Allen, Bills D dominate White, Jets in 45-17 rout

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 weeks ago

Allen, Bills D dominate White, Jets in 45-17 rout

"The Buffalo Bills dominated from start to finish you beat to get forty five to seventeen buffalo's defense forced five turnovers while their offense piled up four hundred and eighty nine yards Josh Allen twenty one of twenty eight three hundred and sixty six yards and two touchdowns and he was pleased with the offense I think we're pretty balanced today in our tax whether be rushing or passing I think we did a good job with that again our guys came out ready to play and that's and that's a week we needed again we got to continue to improve and focus on what's it helps the long run jets quarterback Mike white struggle twenty for forty for two hundred and fifty one yards with four interceptions jets fell the two and seven the bills on top of the AFC east at six and three might make you so east Rutherford New Jersey

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Playing It Safe, Giants Steal a Win From the Raiders

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 3 weeks ago

Playing It Safe, Giants Steal a Win From the Raiders

"The giants got a strong defensive effort to beat the raiders twenty three to sixteen the three and six giants jumped on top early in the third quarter when Xavier McKinney intercepted a Derek Carr pass and returned it forty one yards for a touchdown we can help seal the win with his second interception late in the game Carr threw for two hundred ninety six yards but ended the final drive with a fumble raiders now five and three it was their first game without released receiver Henry Ruggs who is involved in a fatal car accident on Tuesday might make you so east Rutherford New Jersey

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Jones passing and catching, Giants D spark win over Panthers

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00:31 sec | Last month

Jones passing and catching, Giants D spark win over Panthers

"The giants picked up their second win a twenty five to three victory over Carolina leading five to three the giants scored the game's first touchdown in the third quarter and a five yard TD pass from Daniel Jones to Dante Pettis during the drive on a flea flicker pedestal pastor Jones in the quarterback made a leaping one handed catch for sixteen yards gained Jones threw for two hundred and three yards and ran for thirty Carolina benched quarterback Sam Darnold passed for only a hundred eleven yards they have dropped four straight might make you so east Rutherford New Jersey

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Stafford throws 4 TDs, D forces 4 TOs, Rams rout Giants

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00:31 sec | Last month

Stafford throws 4 TDs, D forces 4 TOs, Rams rout Giants

"Los Angeles rams came east and out classed the giants thirty eight to eleven trailing three to nothing Los Angeles scored twenty eight points in the second quarter is Matthew Stafford got its offense going he was twenty two of twenty eight for two hundred and fifty one yards with four touchdowns giants quarterback Daniel Jones twenty nine of fifty one he was sacked four times with three interceptions and a fumble safety Taylor Rapp with two of the interceptions full as Angelus who said at five in one while the giants fell to one in five might make you so east Rutherford New Jersey

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"rutherford" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

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05:46 min | Last month

"rutherford" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"In Washington And I melsa Chang in Los Angeles On a sunny Friday afternoon in Rutherford county Tennessee Three police officers showed up at an elementary school They were there to arrest four girls All of them black who allegedly observed a playground fight that had broken out a few weeks earlier In total 11 children were arrested Some only for watching the fight and not stopping it That's just one alarming story of what is a much bigger pattern of arrests and detention of children in Rutherford county You see antennae only 5% of children who are referred to juvenile court are detained But in Rutherford county that figure is 48% Maraban knight of Nashville public radio and Ken Armstrong of ProPublica recently published an investigation into all of this and maraba knight joins us now welcome Thanks so much for having me Can we just start with this incident that we described at this elementary school and Rutherford county It was 5 years ago I understand 11 children were arrested What exactly happened And what were these kids who were arrested charged with Yeah so there were four girls at the elementary school like you talked about They were charged with criminal responsibility which turned out to not even be a real crime What they were being charged with was criminal responsibility for the conduct of another for watching a schoolyard fight I should actually correct myself It's not even a schoolyard It was off school grounds but it was a scuffle and they watched it and they didn't intervene and they were then charged with criminal responsibility A fictitious charge known as criminal responsibility Yes so it's a prosecutorial theory but it's not an actual charge So if you were gonna use that you'd say charge them with a salt because they didn't intervene and someone was assaulted which is obviously a very far stretch And as your reporting shows this isn't even an isolated incident right Like this county has been arresting and detaining kids at a much higher rate than anywhere else in Tennessee Yeah so like you said these arrests took place in Rutherford county which as our story outlines had been illegally arresting and jailing kids for years all under the watch of judge Donna Scott Davenport Judge Davenport is the only elected juvenile court judge the county has ever had She's been empowered since 2000 She oversees the court She oversees the juvenile jail and up until this incident she had directed police on what she called our process for arresting children Basically every child arrested even for minor things like truancy must first go to the jail the judge told law enforcement Okay so let's explain in more detail exactly how this is happening in Rutherford county not only are children getting arrested in part because of bogus charges like criminal responsibility But they're being detained through what kinds of justifications after those arrests Yeah so once the children are arrested and they had been brought to the juvenile detention center under the orders of judge Davenport they were then subjected to something called the filter system and the filter system was a policy that was put in place by the jailer Lin duke That was catching so many children because the only mechanism that they had to decide if they're going to keep them was whether this child was a true threat And that's true threat It was never defined in the manual It was open to interpretation and you can see where that would be problematic So it was these two policies in tandem the fact that every child arrested was brought to the detention center and then the fact that once they got to the detention center they were subjected to this overly broad assessment of whether they should be kept that created this dragnet for children Okay so you have described these two forces that have contribute to this disproportionately high rate of children being caught up in the juvenile justice system in Rutherford county I know that there has been a class action lawsuit that just got settled this past summer What has changed then at all in Rutherford county as a result of that litigation While the filter system has been stopped a federal judge intervened and said yes this is illegal and it must stop The arrest policy is not followed any longer by the sheriff's department or the murphysboro police so in that respect the arresting and bringing children to the detention center directly has stopped What did not change And in fact what went up were the children they were detaining from other counties and they make money off of those children So in fact while the injunction hurt the numbers for their own children coming through and by hurt I mean they lessened them What it did also did to their benefit was allowed them to market their facility to other counties and their revenue began to surge I mean where do things go from here then How do people bring greater accountability and oversight to Rutherford county So the fact is is that judge Davenport is still at the top of this She is still overseeing the juvenile court of Rutherford county The jailer Lin duke is still the director of the detention facility and really the only way for change to happen is for voters to speak Judge Davenport is up for reelection this coming summer if she has a challenger maybe she could be voted out But that's really the only option Of Nashville public radio Thank you so much for your tremendous reporting Thank you so much for having me.

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TV's White Guys Are in Crisis

Trumpcast

01:50 min | 3 months ago

TV's White Guys Are in Crisis

"So we're going to try this episode to critique the position of white guys on television without sort of repeating the problem that white guys on television currently present which is that. they're not the point and yet they're the point. I want to dive in by talking about this great piece. Catherine wrote for vulture about the crisis. That white guys are going through genetic. Maybe you'd think it's not really an emergency. So bad so white guys are still of course all over television as they are in the world but they are on television in a different way in certainly in some new shows and they have been in the past. And you can see that in shows like peacock sitcom rutherford falls. Amc's genre bending. Kevin can himself and the two big hits of summer. Hbo's hotel drama. The white lotus featuring a bevy of white guys who were going to get into and of course ted lasso. Basically the white guy who used to be. Tv's default protagonists are not but who are they. What does it say about them. And us catherine have i. We're gonna keep talking now. I would just shamelessly coach from your piece. So why don't you tell us. It's central argument. Yeah for what i think the framing of it as a crisis it has been really interesting to see responses from two different sides of sort of people who look at the headline that are immediately put off by it. People who are like. I don't want to hear about a crisis for white guys like i'm done. We talked about them too much. And then of course from the other like terrifying side of white guys being like extremely mad at me and sending me all kinds of emails but it was in response to something. I started noticing as a pattern in new television shows that were coming out this summer. And something i saw. Rutherford falls and kevin can f- himself in particular. I had this sudden realization that they're like the same show at the core

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What's Next for TV's White Guys?

Slate's Double X Gabfest

02:27 min | 3 months ago

What's Next for TV's White Guys?

"We're going to try this episode to critique the position of white guys on television without sort of repeating the problem that white guys on television currently present. they're not the point and yet they're the point. I want to dive in by talking about this great piece that catherine wrote for vulture about the crisis. That white guys are going through. Maybe it's not really an emergency so bad so white guys are still of course all over television as they are in the world but they are on television in a different way in certainly in some new shows and they have been in the past. And you can see that in shows like peacocks. Sitcom rutherford falls. Amc's genre bending. Kevin can f- himself and the two big hits of summer. Hbo is hotel drama. The white lotus featuring a bevy of white guys. we're going to get into. And of course ted lasso. Basically the white guys who used to be. Tv's default protagonists are not but who are they. And what does it say about them. And us catherine have. We're going to keep talking now. I would just shamelessly poach from your piece. So why don't you tell us central argument. Yeah for what i think the framing of it as a crisis it has been really interesting to see responses from two different sides of sort of people who look at the headlines immediately. Put off by people who are like. I don't wanna hear about a crisis for white guys like i'm done. We talked about them too much. And then of course from the other like terrifying side of white guys being you know extremely mad at me and sending me all kinds of emails but it was in response to something. I started noticing as a pattern in new television shows that were coming out this summer and it was something i saw in. Rutherford falls and kevin can f- himself in particular. I had this sudden realization that they're like the same show at the core and the idea is that there used to be this white guy who was the obvious default protagonist of the show. He would be like the dad figure he'd be the beloved buffoon he might be like the chosen one character or the love interest or this charismatic. Anti hero figure and now that we have begun to look at the stories that we put on television and say like what if we had other kinds of people in the world who are the main characters that white guy figure no longer works as the

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"rutherford" Discussed on RunPod

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05:59 min | 6 months ago

"rutherford" Discussed on RunPod

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"rutherford" Discussed on RunPod

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07:34 min | 6 months ago

"rutherford" Discussed on RunPod

"I was going to ask for your next racist by presume mehboob. Maybe you haven't thought about that. no. I haven't i'm trying purposely. Not because i'm terrible for planning a loved plan and so i'm not very good at just being in the moment of enjoying the moment and so that's what i'm trying to do now is just enjoy everything that's happened and enjoy everything that's happening now. Enjoy spending time home enjoy just being. So that's what. I'm trying to focus on just now As well neil has to to some challenge next. It's definitely neal's turn He likes the longer distances as well. And so i think he'll try and unplanned something for next year. I'm not sure what whatever whatever he does. He'll do incredibly well because he's a very very good runner a you to competitive. He couldn't have to do something longer. And more grueling than the one you've just done is there even one. We never used to be competitive but ass. I've been proved in running coming up. So i've made the west highland way race next year which is near the waste. Does he does the west way every year in. That's ninety six miles along the racist. The west highland way. And if if i do do it and that will depend on childcare all suckley. I'll try to. Yeah well the thing is you. And i were both from mugabe. And that's the west halen restarts fair anyway so that. Be quite nice to go home to come. Come and visit when you're doing. I'll come and say hi starring late. I'll do the first few miles. And then i'll let you go on your we look. It's been so brilliant to have you here. There's a few things i would like to ask you. Just just for anyone. Listening for instance. Who wants some advice. Who really has had. Their app has been tempted to do something like this. And you have sued them at first of all if they wanted to do an ultra marathon. What would you recommend. How would you get started for your first one. So i think picking the time of year in picking. The event is the goods a really good place to stop this. This run here. That are in thirtyish miles so That would be a good distance to aim for anything over twenty six six point two is and then It would be about. I think doing one long run a week but also one medium run quite like that mid week medium not only does add the distance but adds it's very effective trading your legs to then go into your long run having done something quite hot quite in the middle of the week so you alexa slightly. I-it May it means you get used to that feeling on us. A really good tip. Actually eddie is art. When i spoke to her just before christmas. You saying that Actually just alternates half marathon week marathon. The next and just does that every sunday. That's like just does a big long run once a week. that's it. is it just a case of getting the long distances. I'd say that long distance is probably the most important run. But what's i've i've never forgotten the the not running so strength training i think is crucial idea a lots of pilates which is so difficult harder than anyone and that You you really get to know your body. You get to know what hurts. What doesn't hurt. And you strengthen all the areas that might be week through doing that repetitive. Motion of running. And so if you just keep running in that's the only thing you do you probably more likely to pick up an injury whereas if you do other things you're build up strength. I i hear you on that one. I have Perry form syndrome and that's from was from really neglect team to strengthen my gluts and just from running continuously but not really mixing apps. Oh i'm having to go back to strengthening. And so much stretching to palatis is pro-europe and yoga as well both really great for the whole stretching as well really good i. I'm of the camp that thinks that strengthening is much better than stretching for injuries. So static stretching is not something that to me has worked in times of reducing injuries whereas strengthening the area. That had so say your muscles is actually shown to be much more effective in doing that. Static stretching so. I read an article recently where the australian ballet company have all now. They found stretching not lee. Not the kind of climate trick stuff. But the the started stretching stretching your car. Or your glitch safe They've bonded and instead favored doing strength. Works assay cost raises or If it's for your glitz and have had significant reduction in injury so that strength that strength work. I think should important and your muscles are so lazy that if you have a job where you sit down. They just forget they forget how to fire so every few days you kind of need to remind them. your Today because otherwise they just won't bother the very lazy muscles. Mike litz of sat down pretty much the whole of low time. They've totally forgotten what to do it. Some way behind but yeah. That's really interesting point that you've just made their also am from anyone that is expecting their pregnant now or that they've just had their baby and a low of mums to be or new moms are very anxious about running hold. You knew when it's the right time to stop or start again. I think your body tells you you have to trust your body. I iran quite quickly after having allah and it did feel felt. That saw felt uncomfortable overall. It didn't feel worse than how i was feeling. Anyway because a lot of people will know that you you give birth and you literally feel what you've been run over by truck is nothing that doesn't hurt. This must eaten even her. You had the the the heart ache. And as long as you go for your ron and i would walk on rotten maybe to stop with and you come back. Nothing hurts anymore than i think. You're doing it right and getting that a Tyne just to even if you've got the baby in the bucket time that's for yourself that allows you to be do as well as you the mom because having a newborn hod really really hard and being pregnant is hard near. You know. you're building low person. It's really really difficult. And so just taking that time being a little bit selfish in saying actually this time for me is really important. And can i ask is what have you always been into running or is it something that's kind of happened as you've got gold driving. Wanna say older like. Was it something to happen to your twenties your thirties late twenties. I think so. I'm thirty eight now and It was i think. twenty ten. the. I did my first longer distance run. And that was it out thirtyish miles.

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"rutherford" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

06:04 min | 6 months ago

"rutherford" Discussed on RunPod

"Something. Our is on the on the go. Yeah yeah i really was so for the whole for the whole time i had a sport run with me at different person running with me. One of one of my friends and They they did all the hard work that there's no. There's no shadow of a doubt that they were all. I have to do with moving. And they had everything else to sort out. I was so far ahead of schedule. My pool runners. you know. Would you saw a midday and then suddenly at how four in the morning they tau dads being sent to go running and so that logistically must have been incredibly difficult. I came home to seven hundred. Fifty one walks up. Vestiges was all of my friends. Is she really here now right okay. So i'm going to need to get here this time it. How's that going to work. And then everyone sending messages saying food. I wanted or i needed an extra point i mean it was just. It was unbelievable on the amount that my friends did. The amount that my husband neil He managed to get the kids at two points along rates and how he managed that often. Plus doing all of this stuff. I just know how managed it but it was incredible to see how it must've was quite emotional. Prairie emotional vary very emotional Irish justin flex tears c. Kit running running awards may and he says. He says a lot fast fast because he he thinks he can run very fast so he was just running towards may going fast fast on just incredible radio radio emotional and there were lots of points on the i was just. I was just crying. Because i missed them and wanted to see them and so to be able to actually actually see them. Wall stars running and see them finish. Can't ask for more than that. I mean you know. I find fascinating with this whole thing. So you they reckon that you must burn about twenty five thousand calories. Is that right on the. That's my mom. Said twenty five thousand colors. Ninety five hundred calories and i'm so pleased you're garments state charged dot. Because i feel. I made my heart skipped the thought of it kind of running a jew swagger on the run i know so i tested it before and tested that you can charge at these tiny power packs. I just put in my running back. And i had my watch cable and you can charge it and it still goes so you could just put your watch. I take off to in my bag for half an hour and then press it back on. And i tested four hundred so pleased. I was so paranoid about by stuffing. I know i've got to be honest. I doubt i will ever need to know that fact however is useful in case anyone else's listening into bites really ethic long run. You can charge your your your garbage most running the east. You burn twenty-five thousand calories and you only to you only to call a couple of thousand. I guess about two thousand i think. How did you feel when you cross that. Finish line starving. Technically it was. So i'd spelt spent so long feeling sick not feeding hungry. Having people trying to force. Vaden's musing i'm not touching feel too ill the second i stopped running. I got presented where the tray of cupcakes complete strangers made for me And kit dived straight into them. I managed to get one. I e kit Most delicious thing. I've ever written and so it was as soon as i stopped running. I felt absolutely sobbing for the last week of had two dinners. I i'll finish my dinner that has even sides. And it's something you do things like i'm a celebrity. Get me here. And they just old of chat turns to food. Is that will kind of what you're thinking when you're running or is it as far removed from your mind as possible. You know. it's it was difficult. Because i i don't often see food as fuel ic- as something lovely to do with other people to enjoy with a nice gloss wind to have that Chocolate cake not. Because i'm hungry but because i want more quick and so i had to do this. Run and see fade as something to literally. Give me calories and give me energy to run. And i didn't enjoy up a toll because there is no this no ceremony. There's no enjoyment really with eating pretzels. Meeting stop gives. It was just something that my body had today and so finishing and being able to enjoy food again in the way that i do is love lake. I bet i bet. Part of the celebration was having asleep as well. Oh yeah although. What's all and i did i. Did you know that it was coming. You really don't stay well for the first few days how my body was such a mess. And so you you twitching lot instead of sleeping in your body's almost keeping you awake and i was so swollen and sore. I was really struggling to sleep. Do you ever have thought thing. When you're you might think this is absolutely ridiculous and crazy but you know if you've been running for a long time and then you have sleep and your dream that you're rolling. I have an enormous such deep sleep. That you've very confused. Rates couples running your legs star running for you at some point you. You always full louver in your dreams. Something's not working so well. And i bet it was difficult to get back into any kind of regular routine. Yes you know. It was and the receptions. Since i've been back has just been overwhelming. Is the absolutely incredible. So i've been really. And i just wanted.

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"rutherford" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

06:27 min | 6 months ago

"rutherford" Discussed on RunPod

"You know in a mile. I can something i can have something else that i'm looking forward to. And then before you know it you start to see the coastline and you think wow about schley actually made it that some of the views and some of the scenery is just amazing. Oh incredible absolutely. You have everything because you've got you've got the to coast and then in between you've got beautiful forest that you run free open hillside. Lots of Open expanse where the runner tracts. There's no people with just hills you can see and it's it's really incredible the views if you take time to look up an. I think i'm probably guilty of not doing that. Because when you're in a whole world of pain you're just so focused on trying to get the next mile out to is running at night really difficult actually because your body wants to sleep your body what he has decided it's nighttime because as and so you should be beds and you're running with a head torch on which can make things more difficult of certainly in the second night was probably my lowest point and i was really struggling to open my eyes. And it was the oddest sensation. Physic- couldn't open them. So i'd close my eyes. Blink can and then my body would like go to sleep now no trying to open rise and so i was swaying law and i think that was because also the head torch because it's it's a beamed focused on one specific place rather than being able to see all around you and so it can what me. It made me feel quite dizzy and i. so it's quite an odds yup. It's quite an experience when you what time of day was it when you started and then will tighten. Was it when you finished. So i started at five. Am on thursday. And i finished just off the half seven pm. On saturday. I get this. It's a such a a long time. Was it what was the weather like So it was snowing. The for the first night there was there was snow and it was very very cold. On the second night made a cold but overall It be lucky with the weather because the heat of previous couple of weeks had passed. But we haven't hit that awful spell. We had lost week so it was not particularly windy and all mainly dry. There was yet. There was a bit of snow high up but it was bossa besta. I kind of feel this event should maybe be just a few weeks later. You know when when traditionally in scotland may june time things pick up and get warmer yet so i tried to. I remember may being nice time in scotland. Which is why i wanted initially to go for me. And then my husband works shifts and so it wasn't gonna work with hayden his his time off and the shifts he needed to work. Which is why had to bring it forward a bit but i was so lucky i was so so lucky with the whether it could have been a lot worse yet so then can you told me about the sleep because i know you said that when you run at night. Your hobo body wants to sleep. I imagine it's pretty special. Must be it must feel like you're the only person i their new You can hear every so can you really can. It's it's a lovely feeling actually running in the evening it's just a totally different type of running when it's pitch black and the only light you've got his coming from your head torch and every noise you could hear you can hear all the bustling all the animals and it's it is quite eerie. But it's lovely absolutely lovely. I slept in eleven. minute burst. so that's that's really disciplined because surely there must have been occasions where you're like. It's just really nice. i'm just going to. Can we say half an error medium. Eleven minutes. Yeah so much because you're so. I think you get very cold with fatigue as well so every time i was shoved out the van after eleven minutes i was freezing and i was shaking with with the cold at it. Didn't matter if it was you know the sun was beating down on me. i think that is the fatigue. And you've been in this warm sleeping bag. And i even had water bottle my here my support van crew were justa immigrants and so guessing out and an keeping going was hard but i think about taking any longer. It would be more difficult and i actually ended up sleeping. I didn't think i would sleep for such a short time. But i would fall asleep absolutely out for the out within seconds but just for eleven minutes just for every minute so i'm not sure how much science there is enough but My to whenever when when they were younger they seem to sleep in forty five minute bursts and every forty five minutes The screaming would still have to go in. and try. And seth were down. So i i i took from that that we have forty five minute sleep cycles and so i divided the forty five minutes. Which is how. I got to eleven. Okay very good. I see so. That's it that was all part of the plan in the first place. Can i ask when you're doing all the running. Are you on your ruin or someone with you. I'm mostly on my own. It's surprising how few people want to go. Tim trading strange So sometimes i would run with someone for a safe twenty miles also especially in lockdown. That was almost impossible because to do say twenty mile section. They would need to get some. How get to the middle of galashiels. That wouldn't have worked for the restrictions that were in place but I've always enjoyed running by myself. So i find the solitaire quite comforting. I find it's time that i have just been me and i've always said that any problem can be cured with a four hour. Run by the time you've thought about it a million times. You've you've come up with the solution weather time you've come home. You must be super by the end of your run. Then sixty.

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"rutherford" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

06:29 min | 6 months ago

"rutherford" Discussed on RunPod

"Let's get back to talking about the actual run though as well because two hundred twenty two hundred twenty two hundred and twelve miles is significantly long way to go. You must have to be very careful with what you take on in terms of food and drink when you're when you're doing that yes so i've always beat in the camp of Avoiding jails and sugary anything sugary or caffeinated. I would avoid until hour before i finished. Yeah you're gonna say avoid it but just save them to the last hour longtime to wait a long time. So i kind of go with savory fed but i i love the sweet stuff but it gives you is great sugar high but then you have the corresponding sugar low. And it's the same with the caffeine. You get hide and you get low and the only way to avoid that noise to keep eating the sugar or keep drinking the caffeine and quickly that would would make me feel quite sick because it would just be too much sweet stuff. I couldn't stomach it for that length of time. So i at ten tweet. A lot to the very old things like savory crackers like salted crackers and pretzels and even boiled potatoes with salt. They they were really good at schley and anything salty and savory would be my my go-to so you tell me the truth in this then because it kind of hit the news last week when when it got to the actually one of the headlines. Went runner survives own stock cubes. Quite accurate. ashley is action. So i i was struggling to keep down fade. It was the food i was eating. I think it was my body. Just saying i'm kind of dotted with this intensity. I'm kinda done with you. Just running hours now is i'm i'm i'm getting fed up with this. I'm going to try and reject everything and and start to start to break down. Which is what. I think it was doing. So it wasn't necessarily the food. I was eating but was just the fact easing toll and i at that point. Which with one of my very good friends. Lissi who is a phenomenal runner and she produced out of her bag. The asuka ground up keeps powdered stock cubes and said just tried. Depend you finger in and eating that. That was made for the rest of the way that was hatbox. A bag of stock cubes at eight was absolutely fantastic. It completely settled less stomach and a. I think it's very concentrated. Salt content of them and whatever electrolytes. I was missing wherever imbalances. I had seen to be set right by. He's stock cubes thoughts hilarious. I i've got to be honest. I mean like when i do a half marathon or amara settled quite often. Turn up and have gels. I mean i remember one half marathon turning out and looking like such an idiot because i had about eighteen jails turn waste used one i was there. I was fully prepared. The thing is even when you have a gel right gap even on a short distance. Comparator you did. You do get sick of the taste of the the sugary flavor. It just kind of if you headache after awhile. And you find that you're dehydrated water and that's not necessarily all going to work so well so that's really interesting that you find a way to get some kind of energy and some relief from something savory. Yeah it really really works for me. I will use them again any other long run. I find with gels as well. Especially if it's a bit boom they just get all. It's not something that i can stomach easily whereas the kids could really. I could tolerate them. I'm i'm a big fan of salt. Anyway do have a loss of soul in my fade so it was a taste. I was quite familiar with and it was just normal vegetables shaves. I was listening to radio. One which was hilarious and greg gagne Pogo on route for five. K run with three brands of stock kids including stockpots to try on her run. Yes it wasn't no stockpots. No cut of beef stock as it was just vegetables but it really worked allow. that's amazing. I wonder if we're going to see louis. People know turn you know the next big race next big marathon out startling new ones gonna have you know gels anymore. Nope because they get the hand sticky with them no which is going to have little cling film bags. The bags filled with brooklyn died. Stop kids it's a possibility. I'm still waiting for. The stock keep. Sponsorship deal has not been forthcoming. Need to get in on this issue and when you do a race like this one and how much of the battle is mental. How much of it is you know. You've prepared obviously physically be not running but some stage. Surely it's just going to get into your head here. I think most of it is mental Because a lot of i'm walking and so the physical side that's the side you can really train for and i knew my legs would hold up. That mental side is really really challenging to stunned. That start line thinking. It could be four days before i see my kids again. It could be four days. The i'm out day. Night before. I finish and i find that overwhelming so i've always tried to deal with it by just breaking it down into really really small sections so at every stage. I had a different support runner and so i would try and break down into while i just need to forty miles exchange support run when i see the van or i need to do twenty miles and the harder it got the shorter those distances got so i would say in my i. Can you know to roasted nuts or i..

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"rutherford" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

05:17 min | 6 months ago

"rutherford" Discussed on RunPod

"Actually your best guessing fresh air whereas if if you ordinarily had flea you just want to go to bed that would make you feel better but when you're pregnant sometimes actually going out connect think improve things and for me. That was very very true. So i ran throughout Right up until the day. Before i was to that don't get so when i was pregnant. I did run but it got to the point where i could feel everything swinging electoral bit. But how did you did you kill cook with. Ah so i i run a lot slower and i I i generally felt quite comfortable. And i wanted to always run very much within my comfort zone i i ended up getting a bit worried about falling over. Because you're senator balanced goes a bit And the where a couple of runs. I had to get rescued because like my pelvis was just so sore towards the end. The irish really struggling with with kind of pregnancy pains but overall i just found it improved things rather than the other way around So stuck with it yet. Can i ask what kind of distances you were doing up until you giving birth. So i probably ran. It seems like a law. I promptly right about eighty miles a week. It wasn't Because i ran every because we were locked down so i ran every day To help kick go to sleep so we kit in the bucky and we would just run for two hours because that's helped him sneak. Oh my goodness is amazing. Kids to sleep is so good. He's always been a terrible sleeper and so he would be out for two hours and so it meant that every day running for hours so i might only cover say ten miles. That's not very much That you get to seventy very quickly doing that. Don't you having every day. So i wasn't doing any specialized training know kind of speedwork or anything like that because i was running consistently. That's how i got to the eighteen miles quite easily. She knew what this actually a brilliant way to get fat after having a baby as well get one of those problems that you can room with and you can you baby to sleep as you save. Also you can just you can just run everywhere and you can do your exercise without feeling guilty that you've had to leave your baby clay. Yeah yeah we absolutely nevada. Running bug a. we everywhere it's it's been very well used but it's it. It was a revelation to me to To know that. I could just run with kit. And then he would. He would have a nice little not whilst i whilst i got fit just yet. It's fantastic. you must have gone some kind of quite double luke. Zora surprised looks when you're that heavily. Crackdown on running along with the prime as well or with the prime. But i mean i very rarely see pregnant women running. I've got to be honest. I think it's becoming more normalized night but for so long people i go pregnant do know. Texas is sit down. Put your feet up. But i mean it's so ridiculous and i even had dr zoe williams g is pregnant and she's just she's adult turn. She said it's ridiculous. You connect exercise. You can do whatever you want to know. On illness pregnancies not keep going. No is no i. I guess it's listening to your body. And i got so much out of it. I certainly did get very old I i live in a very small place and so there were lots of concerned people. My run would always take a little bit longer. Because i would still quite lot with. How are you going to get right now. And the were the all time to normally. I would run with. Neil neil sony fair. I'm carrying one baby in my tummy. And so he was in charge of the buggy But where a couple of times where. He was struggling. He may be take the puppy as well so must've looked quite him running next to me and me heavily pregnant. Plus plus can i ask as well and i'm not going to be talking about childbirth and parenting maternity cover for for this whole chat but just out of curiosity when you run as much as you did. What were your. What were your first light where they fight where they complicated yet. So i think that's it's it's linked as well. My birth with kit was absolutely awful. It was terrible. I ended up with sepsis iras very ill in hospital for two weeks and ella was like the easiest i mean she literally is the easiest baby in the world so it was such an easy to liberate unsolved easy birth and i think there.

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"rutherford" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

07:04 min | 6 months ago

"rutherford" Discussed on RunPod

"Was hard and the thing is if you for training for something of this you can't go on going to train going to go and run for fifty hours with much of a break. I mean or is or do you yet know exactly so i didn't so have a long run every week. That was between fifty and sixty miles. So that's a long especially if you're running in the hills. Which is what i was doing. You're talking between ten and twelve hours out running out my longtime really long time. But that came in a way quite comfortable. It sounds all my body. Go used to that. But as soon as you then multiply it. It became so much more difficult. So i did. A couple of eighty mile runs just before i started to take a perfect race on those eighty miles out so much hotter than doing sixty. And i think it's exactly the same as if you're moving up from a half marathon marathon. You can't just w hoff marathon time in expect to run a marathon in that time and it's so much harder running a marathon running a half in terms if you'll you'll fatigue and it's exactly the same it just it just compounded As the distance increases. I'm i'm so impressed. I'm so also if you're going to do like a sixty or an eighteen mile training run. What do you do you kind of get trained somewhere and then run back or you get dropped off. So you knew the distant. Yes so you can't do laps of the park slightly. Go crazy after a while. we're crazy so i'm lucky in terms of where i live. Which is in people's in the scottish borders and there are so many rates around the southern way all along the old drove road. You can take in big places like hike selcuk galashiels and you can kind of do one big loop that takes you back to the house and so the different this different routes i could do around the four the end they will about fifty sixty mile lease The to eighty mile runs. I wanted to record parts of some way that i knew less well so that the more remote parts that take a bit longer to get to so i I would drive the car over there. Leave the car and then run home and then my Incredibly supportive husband would go back and retrieve it on various methods of public transport. Because he didn't want to run eighty miles so he was quite happy having a show to run and then he would get buses and trains to get the car or the other way round. I would uh he would go. Leave the customer not run to it. I say. I mean. Neil neil isn't it. He's ends amazed as he run. He does better than me. His his his incredible. It's how we met. Actually iran pasta in a race and said not having that he then tried to keep up with me. The rest of the way And he is he believes it made with an. I believe in myself. He's so supported so he he's really put his running aside while stopping trading for this and he's been watching the kids and going to work so i can do these long runs on it's been it's been incredible. It's definitely now his turn to do repetitive saints. Like he's been making everyone else. Because would i be right in saying the last year guy. Kojak skull went and smashed the meal rack record and it was done to kneel support on occasion as well and it was actually but put the idea in my hands so jack got in touch with neil. He's he's based down south and he got in touch with neil saying king Runners to to help may try break. The male records and so neil ran a section with him and Tober on i. I'd give him birth at the very end of july. And so i wasn't sure it kind of helped. Neil run that section. I dropped his car off over lord. And then i ran back hoe and that was about thirty miles. An hour during us king of this is really hard. Well i've just given by so cave and it's really hard and not the idea in my head thought. Well maybe maybe. I could go for the female record. But i just didn't know what the also possible was that i mean i. I've got a young family. Just been through childbirth thing. You think well could. I really do this and then i thought well why don't try mazing. I mean this is the thing you keep forgetting that you've done this incredible challenge. You've smashed the record but more than that. you know. elyse only nine months old at the time here. She just turned nine months the day before i started running and she was very close with me when i finished crossing cambay nine nine months. Oh but she didn't. I know gummy smiles. I got no. She didn't want me to hold her. You had the nerve to disappear for the day zach so yes i think we've got our hands but when she gets older isn't it. Amazing i mean presume. You know you've got a you've got an incredible job that will keep you busy. You've got two children. That will definitely keep me busy. So running as i agree is probably i will. You can see it's up there is important to you probably can always be the priority so actually having that time of maternity leave probably was the best time to do it anytime. Exactly exactly i think is no. There is no good time. It's such a long way. It such such a huge thing to commit to that. Always if you're going to try to do something like that something else would have to give so you. I mean there's so many people in the same boat. I'm the mum anna. The wife anna. The worker added rudder. And you can't all of those things. All the time and so being on maternity leave was actually great because it does give you more time. No you're spending more time with the kids but you do then have more time to run as well. Which is what. I did do you. And did you take time off during the pregnancy Did you take time of running during the pregnancy. I should say because. I am assuming that you couldn't have had much time off because you would have been getting run fifth right. Yes so it was. It was interesting. Because when i was pregnant with kit hayes we boy who now too. I felt rutted throughout pregnancy. So i didn't wanna tool. And when i was with ella on somebody said to me an account remember who it was but i owe them a great favour. They said oh. It's not a normal sickness pregnancy sickness. And so sometimes you.

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"rutherford" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

08:15 min | 6 months ago

"rutherford" Discussed on RunPod

"Hello there welcome to run. Porto were all runners are welcome. I'm jenny falkiner. I guess i describe myself as a running enthusiast to loves to run maybe around forty to fifty miles a week. Once a year ago bake outdo marissa. And then you've got others who maybe just enjoy like a a simple five k. At the weekend maybe apart from or perhaps you are like today's guests. Someone who just loves a running distance. Challenge anna rutherford. Welcome to run put cranky. Danny it's nice to be here. It's so nice to to chat tv. Because well i. I did. Read your story and i'm desperate. Get you unwritten pork because and let me start your lawyer arne. I am yeah. You're a lawyer among two gorgeous young children as well. yes how old are they. Is it kitchen. Alan kit an ls. Oh kit has just turned to. He is a full-on terrible twos. They are real thing and l. a. is just a angel. She just turned nine months. So she's Yes to nine months so you maternity leave right now i am. Yes yep announced this maternity leave thing which moves people. You know if if you're lucky enough to be able to take maternity leave with your joel. Chances are you're going to be at home with the kids. You're really if you go to especially your flato. Not many moms in maternity leave have the time or energy is the energy to go and run across scotland. But that's exactly what you've just a yes. It does sound when you put it like it. Sounds complete lebron because That that the hard work. That's for sure but this of it so award they have big Having kids the hilarious so they make you laugh every day and so yes. I thought well you know. There's no good time to run such a long distance So thought now's the time as any. I mean it's amazing. I'm we're gonna. We're gonna talk more about this because by the way if you're listening and just going for a run right now on. You're thinking i might run a little bit further today. Will you might be inspired to this episode. Let me tell you because anna not only just ryan you know from the west to the east coast of scotland. But she smashed the previous record and she also had a very special magic while magic ingredient. Our secret weapon that we will definitely discuss the powered her through. You might want to take it on your own next time. And we're not talking gels moral madman at there. But i i just have to say. Congratulations on on your missing achievement. Thank you thank you as being the reception. I had on the support. That i've had since i've come back has been overwhelming and really humbling. It's it's been incredible to read lots of messages of supported I'm just so normal There's nothing special about tall. And so i've been bowled over by the reception that i've had clearly. There is something special because you do quite low of these events and you always do pretty well out there as well. i mean. come on. If you've done a few of of the long distance races put you are an ultra runner. And you've won one white rose. The i mean you've done you've done well in racist previously. Yes a have. That was all before having kids. I have attended to pick it event. Every year of the i would train full and do so i would just do one event a year and it would be a longer distance around a hundred miles. H would be what i'd go for so this was It was very different because it was so much longer than i ever run before. I wasn't sure at be capable of it that you are so this was the southern upland way that you were running. Which goes from patrick and died on the west coast it crosses. Where does it end up. Ends up in coburn's pass on the east coast so you run from one coast to another which is incredible because you wave goodbye to one coach and then a few days later you're running towards the other one is quite special such beautiful scenery. I presume you're running through lash motha tricare late loader that can stretch of land yet yeah exactly. So they're the big places you run through the galashiels probably the other big place that you curve skirt round the edges of his. If you haven't been to that part of the world and you're listening wherever you are now. I mean if you're gonna run east-west course there is possibly not many countries in the world where it will be as spectacular. Oh i totally agree. It's absolutely beautiful it so rugged and so remote especially assad on the west side a you. Can you can go days without seeing people. And then you get close to the eastern you run through bigger places like galibier ram through through tricare Loader and a new start to see a few people but really section on. The trail is absolutely beautiful. Okay so the southern upland way if you want a little bit. More information is a two hundred and fourteen mile pathway with would that be a good way to describe it yet national trail. I it is. it's a trail Quite a lot of isn't on pats but it is Is way mocked so. You're not reading. Doesn't need to be fantastic to do it. And you'd beat the previous record doing this by seventeen hours which is insanely brilliant. So good and that was only a record set two years ago. So you've completely smashed it. Tell me tell me your actual team when you've crossed the finish line so it was sixty two hours thirty four minutes fifty five seconds goodness long time longtime can i ask when you do not tra- having never done one. How much of that is actually running. How much of his walking qinghai much of his staffing for a break So my average by lick my gum in my average pace was seventeen minute miles. So that's is three miles an hour. Basically it's seems incredibly slow on a lot of iran. A lot of it. I walked and especially the later stages i was. If you could roll the all down Hill woke up it. And i had polls which i hadn't used before. Actually they were brilliant. So foot for the hills. I was using polls of hiking up and i stopped for eleven minute bursts whenever i changed over support. Run it so By the time. I had my eleven minute sleep and then had a tried to eat something will had look my feats. It was maybe about twenty minutes. The i would rest for then go on again. I certainly felt like i was running for lots of it. And i guess what brings your pace right down is stocking is the parts that you're walking I'm sure there's some parts. I was just standing on top pills stunning still. Because i didn't think another so you thought that back in That that takes your average down to about three miles an hour but still i mean to go continuously you know. I know you said you had a few lynn minute to twenty minutes stoves but to go continuously for sixty two years. The has that centaines. Yeah it's it's. I didn't anticipate how difficult it would be. I think i had the running side kind of nailed a new a done a lawsuit trading done a lot of long distances from long run on my legs held up. Well but will i. I didn't appreciate was how my body would start to break down through fatigue through lack of food So fuel and just physically being on the go for that length of time. My body didn't want to.

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Ex-'Tarzan' Actor Among 7 Plane Crash Victims in Tennessee

Steve Sanchez

00:19 sec | 6 months ago

Ex-'Tarzan' Actor Among 7 Plane Crash Victims in Tennessee

"Continue to search for the bodies of seven people believed killed. Yesterday's crash of a small jet into a Tennessee lake. Among the victims was Joe Larra, an actor who portrayed Tarzan on television. The FAA says the Cessna C 501 plane was heading from Smyrna Rutherford County Airport to Palm Beach International Airport. When he crashed Saturday morning.

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Search for Bodies of 7 People Aboard Crashed Plane in Tennessee

Racer Radio

00:16 sec | 6 months ago

Search for Bodies of 7 People Aboard Crashed Plane in Tennessee

"Investigators are continuing The search for bodies of seven people believe killed in the crash of day earlier of a small jet into a Tennessee Lake RUTHERFORD County fire rescue captain John Engel says recovery efforts are ongoing of Percy Priest Lake near Smyrna, south east of

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Supreme Court Affirms American Indigenous Man's Right to Hunt in Canada

Native America Calling

02:14 min | 7 months ago

Supreme Court Affirms American Indigenous Man's Right to Hunt in Canada

"The supreme court of canada friday ruled seven to two in favor of a washington state man who was charged with illegally hunting and canada more than a decade ago. Emily swing reports in two thousand ten. Rick data crossed the us. Canada border into british columbia. Where he intentionally hunted for elk without a license back in nineteen fifty three the last surviving member of desautels ancestral tribe. The cynics passed away in british columbia three years later. The province reclaimed cynics lands and canada's federal government officially declared the tribe extinct does to wanted to prove his people were anything but extinct. He was acquitted in two thousand seventeen but the province appealed twice and lost now. The supreme court of canada has sided with denzel via zoom defense. Attorney mark underhill delivered. The news to desa tell his wife linda and dozens of other cynics who had gathered to celebrate the rooms on behalf of canada. Welcome we want. This is the first time. The supreme court of canada has interpreted what it means to be an aboriginal peoples of canada in the majority opinion. Judge malcolm rowe wrote but cynics rights are protected by canada's constitution and that to exclude aboriginal peoples who were forced to move out of canada would risk perpetuating the historic injustice suffered by aboriginal peoples at the hands of europeans loggers miners and white settlers who moved into british columbia in the nineteenth century proved to be hostile. Neighbors and many strikes were forced to move south across the border onto the reservation of the confederated tribes of the call ville in washington state. Rodney causton is the call chairman. He's also cynics. He says his tribe will now work to protect cultural resources and sacred sites in canada. We will begin looking at are averaging title back to orlando are traditional homelands and also the recognition that we do have rights as the first nation in canada.

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Stimulus Check Argument Leaves One Shot, One Arrested in Detroit

Hugh Hewitt

00:18 sec | 9 months ago

Stimulus Check Argument Leaves One Shot, One Arrested in Detroit

"Stimulus check led to a shooting Detroit's West side. Detroit police say two men got into an argument yesterday morning at a home on Rutherford Street near McNichols and Greenfield. One man left the scene but returned with a gun and shot the other man who was listed in temporary serious condition. We update traffic and weather

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2 Hurt As Car Crashes Into Boston Home

WBZ Morning News

00:51 sec | 9 months ago

2 Hurt As Car Crashes Into Boston Home

"Park, this is not supposed to happen. Ah, car hits the house in the middle of the night last night, Pauline Glenn was getting ready to watch the news on TV. Not expecting this morning to be on it. We'll just crash when they get my neighbor's car. First I hear the crash and then the whole fun like exploded like a district up. In front of the house. Glass went flying everywhere. It was around 11 o'clock here on Poplar Street when a car with two people inside crashed into her house. Yeah, I was very lucky Count my blessings. Those two were taken to the hospital. Fortunately, Pauline, her dog Rutherford and a friend were not hurt. But now it's all about the cleanup. I guess I have to get an engineered on the instruction company and well because call insurance company in Hyde Park James RoHaas WBZ. Boston's news radio

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From ballet dancer to zombie slayer: Cree actor Michael Greyeyes on his prolific career

Unreserved

04:32 min | 10 months ago

From ballet dancer to zombie slayer: Cree actor Michael Greyeyes on his prolific career

"You may have seen my guest today on the small screen and big screens or on the stage. Michael is is a man of many talents. He's a classically trained ballet dancer. Choreographer director playwright and renowned actor over his three decade. Long career michael has appeared in some of the most beloved first nation films like dance me outside and smoke signals. He has taken on challenging roles. Playing indigenous leaders like sitting bull wandering spirit to come see and crazy horse more recently. He's taken the small screen by storm appearing on hit tv shows like fear the walking dead true detective and the soon to be released nbc. Comedy rutherford falls. Michael is net. Oh and a member of the musket lake cremation in sketch. Juan and he joins me now from los angeles. Welcome to the show. Michael falen thank you so much for the invitation. Oh it's so great to have you here so you're in los angeles right now But i wanna go back a bit. Can you tell me about where you grew up. I'm from treaty. Six territory in saskatchewan My mom and dad are from reserves in the middle of saskatchewan. My dad's from moscow. And my mom is from sweet grass and my sister and my family. We lived in a couple of places where in the capelle valley. Of course lebron and then we moved to saskatoon and saskatoon was where i spent my boyhood until i was plucked plucked from the prairies at the age of ten years old to attend canada's national ballet school in toronto and my family and i we moved from treaty six territory to To dish with one spoon territory. So i could pursue dance as as a career potential career and so i wanna talk about your dancing a bit but first i want to know what was it. Like growing up on the prairies. What do you remember What do you remember about growing up on the prairies. So many beautiful things. Obviously that's home. That's that's that's my home. That's where i know about my family. My a my early years. I remember the sunlight of remember the sky. I remember my cousins and all my relatives. And i remember playing just riding my bike with my banana seat all over town. They need to make banana seats again. They're very comfortable. they do they do in los angeles. There's a whole like bike culture. We're fleeing be tricked out bike's banana seats. So you're known primarily as an actor now but as you mentioned you know you got into the entertainment industry in a different way. You started as a dancer as a ballet dancer. So how does a kid growing up in saskatoon and up in the ballet well by accident entirely by axes we were living in saskatoon and my mom was a teacher at the school for the deaf. A very famous School for deaf children in saskatoon and my sister. And i were doing you know little kid things. I was playing hockey of course and my sister was taking dance lessons so mumbai. I we used to week for my sister in the car and i was you know five six years old so i was like a super board super easily so it was like she died. She'd done and i would go up and check on her. I remember the classes at the university of scotch one and it was kind of like this wile experiences little kid i walk in. I'd look for her and then she be dancing with these little girls. In one day. I decided to really kinda pay attention to what they were doing. And i and then. I blurted got ceesay. Teacher overheard me. She said well. Do you think it's easy. Why don't you come on back next week. So i said A will and i told my mom all week. I'm going to dance next week. And she of course you know. I apparently said lots of crazy things as as a boy but as the days got closer. She was like okay he. He's repeating it. He's he's he's he's insistent about this. Why do you think you're going to death sex because the teacher invited me so with my mom and my mom used me. I'm so so sorry. Michael thinks that you've invited him. Smith usually oh yeah yeah yeah come on in. And that's how. It started precocious boy pushing his way into a dance class that he hadn't signed up for.

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Pittsburgh Penguins GM Jim Rutherford Resigns for Personal Reasons

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

03:37 min | 10 months ago

Pittsburgh Penguins GM Jim Rutherford Resigns for Personal Reasons

"Question today is who's going to be the next fulltime general manager of the pittsburgh penguins wednesday jer mother furred suddenly and abruptly. We understand resigned as gm of the pittsburgh penguins. Your wide brush thoughts when you first heard it shock. I think everybody was shocked. Someone told me that. An email came from rutherford a company wide. Email came from rutherford to everyone about an hour it was announced and people were just slack jawed. They couldn't believe it. And i think the other thing too is that the penguins signed yannick weber on wednesday morning. 'cause their defense just so battered and rutherford was involved in it he did the signing and then one hour and a half later. It was announced that he was out. So i think it caught a lot of people by surprise. You know. there's a couple of things here. Initially there was a concern that it was health related. If you've been familiar. Jim rutherford's in his seventies and he's been very careful during the time of corona virus. He's mainly stayed out of the public which is perfectly fine. There's nothing wrong with being safe. It's the smart and responsible thing to do for yourself and your family so there were concerns about health. But david morehouse the president and the ceo made sure to point out at the beginning of his. Call that you know. It was not health related. You know something happened monday night. Where rutherford are tuesday. Night where rutherford told the team and they check with them again on wednesday and he decided to do it. I do think there was some kind of philosophical difference about where the penguins were going or how they were like everybody wants the penguins in the organization to continue being in that win now mentality. I don't think anyone disagreed with that. But i think there might have been a professional disagreement on how to get there. The thing that is kind of interesting to me about it is that david. Morehouse his media availabilities. Said it wasn't anything there wasn't anything that you wouldn't normally think was unusual or different like a. Basically disagreements happen all the time and you don't necessarily think they're going to lead to that. And i just wonder if the organization saw one way and rutherford saad another way and he's been quoted as saying it was time and i just think that happened. I think he got to a point where he said. We don't see this the same way and times were challenging. I don't need to tell anybody that and it's just time. And i think that's kind of what happened now. His contract was up. I don't think the penguins and said to him. We're not bringing you back. I don't think there'd been any conversation really about. The contract is a lot of teams right now. And we see it with travis green and vancouver who are kind of saying like during this these financial times. We gotta be careful. So i don't think the penguins had said were not bringing you back. I just think they really kind of punted towards the end of the year and said they talk about dan. So that's kind of where i think it was. I think that there was a philosophical disagreement and about just where they were going. The penguins didn't think it was necessarily a big deal because these kinds of conversations happen all the time. And rutherford just said okay. We just disagree on the vision. It's time for me

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"rutherford" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:47 min | 11 months ago

"rutherford" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Game road trip in Miami tomorrow night. Guards Marcus Smart and Jeff Teague are both listed as day to day for the team. Day two of training camp for the Boston Bruins today winner Brad Marchand skated the full session with the team's first group this morning and today. Cleveland Browns head coach Mike's too fancy is among five members of the organization to test positive for covert 19 special teams. Coach Mike Priefer will serve as the team's head coach and their playoff matchup against the Pittsburgh Steelers this Sunday. Brian Antonelli WBZ Boston's news radio to 13 traffic and weather together, the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. We had that deadly pedestrian trash earlier today in Charles Town, and Mike. We still got some issues because of it. Yeah, We're still calling this. An active investigation in Charlestown. Vanya, this deadly crash That happened earlier in the day. Still seeing some big delays enclosures, So the crash happened at the intersection of Rutherford have and Chelsea Street. So Rutherford, Ava's shut down between basically the North End and Austin Street. All traffic is being forced onto the Gilmore Bridge, which is at full capacity. It's just jammed. Both directions also jammed up the O'Brien highway between Leverage Circle and Land Boulevard. Also the ramp from the Tobin Bridge inbound to Rutherford, Ava's Shut down watch for a detour there. In addition, a section of Chelsea Street is shut down at Warren Street with detours there, too, so just a good idea to just avoid this whole area of Charlestown and and other areas downtown. So That's what we've got. The South bound expressway is now backed up just outside of the tunnel down towards the gas tank. Not so bad after that North found is well slow coming up through east Milton. You're on the brakes as he passed over Neponset Circle, But that's really the worst of it North on Route three on the South Shore is good. So is route 24 south into that Bridgewater Raynham stretch up to the North. Things aren't so bad with the upper end of.

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Dallas Cowboys beat Philadelphia Eagles, increasing their chances of making the playoffs

Morning News with Hal Jay & Brian Estridge

01:20 min | 1 year ago

Dallas Cowboys beat Philadelphia Eagles, increasing their chances of making the playoffs

"Heavy Yeah, rain there highs is low a sixties chance. for WB I AP News Meteorologist I guess the Race cowboys. Did you get the weather Uh, channel 7 the team. 22 It's only it won W six B games A. P P s. s. this So So what what season would would have have happened happened can still if if President President get into the playoffs. Trump Trump didn't didn't sign sign this this bill bill yesterday? yesterday? If all the 11 11 59 59 stars tonight. tonight. align next How How Sunday, do do you you not not signed signed Good it? it? morning The The government government would would shut shut from down down our WB AP Sports and and Desk I'm Steve Lamb. Dallas That That needs doesn't doesn't a Washington it's not necessarily football team. the They needed end of the them world the lose yesterday if the government and they shuts did down because in it's Dallas. not permanent, They need to beat right. Philadelphia and But they what did it would coming mean up is big a on. lot of people Defense have to make and the choice beating Government the Eagles employees 37 To go to to 17. work and not get paid. Or Hertz just say, is you know? picked off Nope. Screw it. I'm not going to work, the third turn you over know, And that includes T essa here that in the includes fourth quarter. Pentagon Albert calling the game workers yesterday That on Fox doesn't include TV Congressman head coach Mike by the McCarthy. way they get Pretty paid happiest. regardless The team which has put together all of that's a sudden a a whole three nother game winning conversation, streak. Some team but win. another thing that would happen And just like the If past the government 22 shut games down and is that Now it we're would slow you know, now down we have a the chance distribution next week. of So the vaccine. you know, we still have to take care of So our I think President Our own opportunity Trump's saw and that hope right for some help. and probably But like, you man know the fact that that matters you know we're playing. We can't have that. We're playing really good In team addition football to right that. now, and they'll have to Keep again in mind what's Have happening it all come a together week from next tomorrow? Sunday. I'll be in In Georgia. the East Rutherford, New Jersey Yeah. to face Two Senate the Giants. seats up They have for grabs toe win. still in Then they have in Georgia. to root for the Eagles to beat And the Washington Republicans need to get on one of them. At Sunday least night, yes. if all of that happens And can you imagine Cowboys if if ER if go into President the Trump

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Murray throws TD, Cards end 3-game skid, beat red-hot Giants

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Murray throws TD, Cards end 3-game skid, beat red-hot Giants

"The Arizona Cardinals snapped a three game slide with a dominating twenty six to seven win over the giants new York's four game winning streak came to an end they are five and eight the seven six cardinals dominated on defense with eight sacks and three forced fumbles Hassan Reddick registered a franchise record five sacks and he was delighted to help the team I cried at the end of the game show with joy you know for the film less to see today had been is is just amazing calamari threw for two hundred forty four yards and a TD the Andre Hopkins nine catches for a hundred thirty six yards giants quarterback Daniel Jones threw for only a hundred and twenty seven yards he was sacked six times might make you so east Rutherford New Jersey

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A Covid-19 vaccine won't be a magic bullet

TIME's Top Stories

06:05 min | 1 year ago

A Covid-19 vaccine won't be a magic bullet

"Facing an election laws. Donald trump turns to raw political power to try to bend. The outcome by brian bennett. This article is part of the debrief times politics newsletter during his failed campaign to win another four years in office president. Donald trump repeatedly used the power of his office to boost his chances in employing. The white house has a campaign backdrop. Having his secretary of state give a campaign speech during an official diplomatic trip and spreading baseless claims about voting fraud. From behind the presidential seal. Now he's using his office to try to reverse his loss. Trump invited a delegation of michigan republican lawmakers to meet with him at the white house on friday as that state is on the verge of formerly certifying. That president-elect joe biden won more votes judges have tossed out. Trump's claims of widespread voter fraud in michigan and other states so now trump appears to be trying to use raw political power and influence in a hail mary attempt to convince sitting state lawmakers to disenfranchise millions of michigan voters. The white house meeting follows tuesday night. Phone call trump reportedly made to a republican member of the board of canvassers in michigan's wayne county which includes detroit after. The board voted to certify. The vote tally hanging over. Friday's meetings is more than the power of the office. Trump is also building a new fundraising juggernaut. As he fights the election results trump's massive campaign fundraising list is sending appeals to donors nominally to help his legal defense but a large portion of the funds is going to a new political action committee called save america that trump can use to steer donations to the campaigns of politicians. He favors after repeated failures to show widespread election fraud in court. Trump's legal team has acknowledged that its current strategy is to delay certification of votes in key states in order to open the door for gop held state legislatures to intervene and send a raft of pro-trump delegates to the electoral college on december fourteen rather than delegates who represent how people voted. That strategy is exceptionally unlikely to work and would mean reversing. The intention of millions of voters people close to trump believe. He's putting up a robust fight as a way to energize his supporters. So they'll come with him as television viewers after he leaves office and bolster his political sway as a kingmaker in the republican party. But he's already doing a lot of damage to the democratic process. Along the way and seeding unfounded distrust in the election results among core parts of his base that could persist for years. Trump added to that damage on tuesday when he fired his top cybersecurity official responsible for securing the election. Chris crabs who had said his team of federal government. Experts had not seen any signs of electronic votes being changed when president. Teddy roosevelt called the presidency. A bully pulpit. He meant it was a powerful perch to advocate for policy agenda but trump has taken the muscular use of office in a different direction using it to literally bully fellow republicans into backing his personal political ambitions and go along with his false claims that the election was stolen from him. A broad and unproven conspiracy. That has been widely debunked and repeatedly rejected in court. He simply trying to steal it through. The levers of power says heather cox. Richardson a historian at boston college. This is unprecedented and not since eighteen. Seventy six has a candidate so flagrantly used political power to try to change the outcome of a vote after election day that was during reconstruction when republicans grabbed the presidency for ohio governor. Rutherford hayes with brute political force by pressing congress to steer the result in hayes his favor. But there's still one key difference between now and then in eighteen seventy six the vote margins were legitimately unclear whereas in twenty twenty biden has clear winning margins in the states. Trump is disputing since then states have voted in reforms to the electoral college system designed to prevent a politician from exerting personal influence over the democratic process as the country watch is trump is testing those reforms to ensure the will of the voters is honored.

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Warriors' plan aims to allow 50% fan capacity

KNBR Tonight

05:03 min | 1 year ago

Warriors' plan aims to allow 50% fan capacity

"Year. We should have something to cheer about. But now, of course No fans or will there be? Or in the ESPN. Ramona Shelburne. Warriors have a plan a very expensive plan. Get 50% capacity at Chase Center this year. If you might be saying deter, how the hell are they going to do that? And I asked the same question. And I'm still pretty skeptical that they can pull this off because as of yesterday or maybe even the day before that, I believe they just rolled back. Lot of openings that we were doing here in the city of San Francisco. Situation is not getting better. Getting worse. We're not going to get into the nitty gritty of that. Because that is something I'm not fully qualified to do, Nor probably are you unless you are. George Rutherford, Dr Jordan Rutherford Police feel free to call in Anyway, KNBR. Warriors want to get 50% capacity. At Chez Center. And here's How Joe Lake up who, by the way Bio tech billionaire public health. Degree from U C. L A nose a little bit about. This has a little bit of expertise in this area. I wouldn't say he's epidemiologists or anything like that. I wouldn't put him in charge of the Coronavirus task force. Or anything like that, but certainly more qualified than myself. To figure out how to get 50% capacity. At Chase Center. Now bear with me hear it does get a little In the weeds. But when we're talking about this, we need to be specific about what the hell's going on. This information is important, even if it is a little dense. I'll do my best here but bear with me. The plan is Lakers going to spend $30 million Which you might say That's chump change. That's an Andrew Wiggins. The test every fan employees and player Media to be determined. I would imagine that he's not going to spend the money on us Can't really blame him. Of course, you will have masks and you will have distancing. But the plan is they're going to use a rapid PCR test. So the PCR test that's the deep one right where they get real up in the nose. Those were supposed to be about 99% accurate Now, Joe Lake Up, says he's gotta read. He's got a He's got a guy. He's got a plug. You can get him rapid PCR tests. That means 20 minutes or so you could get an answer, as opposed to what we saw with Major League baseball, where it's 24 hours later, which worked out great at the end of the World Series. I mean bang up job. Think about the amount of times that baseball had a problem this year because of the delay. We're going from 24 hours to 20 minutes. And you might go. We already have rapid testing like that, Peter, we do. There. Auntie Gin tests. Now this is this is the difference. The PCR is the 99% 1. So that's finding any kind of the virus. In your nose. Going up in there finding some of the virus. And then through technology being able to figure out, you know. If you have it or not, If you can't find it after the amplifying, amplifying, amplifying, amplify you don't have it. You got a little bit it. The anti Jin tests are different. They're looking for something that is bound. To the virus. Basically, you have to be shedding the virus in order for the anti Jin test to succeed. Now, those tests are very fast. Take like 10 15 minutes, right? You could get a result. If you're shedding the virus, you probably are showing some symptoms. And so it's estimated. But there is a 30 to 50% miss rate. With these rapid auntie gin tests. Which at a certain point you're like, Why are we bothering with him? Why are we spending all this money? The PCR is the way to go to believe to be 99% accurate. If we could have a situation where the PCR test He's going as fast as the anti gene tests. I don't know about you. But 99% is a lot better than 50% or even 70% on its best day. The Joe Lake up once rapid PCR tests for every fan player and employees. On day of game. Now. I don't know what it's not like You could put everybody in a room in test. Um, just sit around. Mean Chase Center has a great filtration from everything I heard. I heard that well before you know, we really cared about filtration because that was something I cared about him. Big fan, big fan of ventilation. I think they can change out. The air and Chase Center four times an hour like change out the entirety of the air, which seems like a pretty good thing to do. You could also have nothing but outside air coming in. Really let it flow. And I say that would be a good plan. But these rapid PCR tests are the difference. And then George Rutherford. The After mentioned George Rutherford public health expert saying This is as close to a perfect plan as I've seen

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"rutherford" Discussed on Midlife Mixtape

Midlife Mixtape

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"rutherford" Discussed on Midlife Mixtape

"Okay thanks okay hope. That conversation was useful to you listeners. Love to hear what you thought of it. Thanks to everyone who sent in a question and apologies. I didn't have time to get to all of them but there was a lot to discuss. I seriously want to make dr at the verte medically famed mix tapes. So please be sure to semi song ideas. I wanna be sedated. Feels right to me about now but maybe there will be better news by the time. The episode airs. Email your suggestions of songs to dj at midlife mix tape dot com or send me a message via instagram facebook or twitter at midlife. Mix tape when i couldn't find any fresh garbage songs about spinach but i found one about spirit so check out the show notes for a taste of the band. That may dr rutherford's father roll his eyes. I wanted to mention that. I'm still adding transcripts to every episode in case you prefer to read rather than listen. And now i've started the project to go back and add transcripts to older episodes. So let me know if you're finding that to be helpful. It's a big job. I hope it's adding some value. I think. I think it's a good thing to do but this week i have to say i was kind of cry laughing because i was cleaning up the transcript for episodes seventy one the fantastic listener shenanigans episode. Which is so funny but it was from back in late march twenty twenty when we were baby hunkered downers and i was making jokes about having to be inside for a whole week. Oh my gosh. that's a long time ago. Anyway join me next time. When i interview fairy godmother joanna bloor. That's all. I'm saying about joanna. I know you're intrigued. Come back all right. Take good care. All of you don't stumbling down three would have be stolidly that baranov. I'm only three had the me would have you want from me. B b b. He won't be..

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Brady's 2 TD passes, Succop's 4 field goals lift Buccaneers

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Brady's 2 TD passes, Succop's 4 field goals lift Buccaneers

"The Tampa Bay Buccaneers came from behind to defeat the New York Giants twenty five twenty three at MetLife stadium the giants played twenty two seventeen when Daniel Jones threw his second interception of the game to Sean Murphy bunting early in the fourth quarter Tom Brady then let the box on a sixty six yard drive culminating an eight yard TD pass the Mike Evans with nine minutes remaining phones to own believable of all those bits off in warmer coverage throughout the game but restoring reboot the party bought it checks Ryan Succop then added his fourth field goal of the game which was critical when the giants score with twenty eight seconds left but failed on a two point conversion that would have tied the game the Bucks when their six game in their last seven and moved into first place in the NFC south Tom merry miss Rutherford New Jersey

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"rutherford" Discussed on Damn Good Brands

Damn Good Brands

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"rutherford" Discussed on Damn Good Brands

"Sharing your expertise your insights here today I'm sure a lot of people are going to really enjoy listening to this and we thank you for. Thank you. Paul enjoyed it. All right. So here's always some key takeaways from this conversation with Linda Rutherford number one to find your culture through your origin story. Southwest Airlines is culture is described as having a servant's heart complemented by a warrior spirit and a fun loving attitude the warrior part of his ethos Oh mosh to the original staff of southwest who had to face unsurmountable odds in order for the fledging airline company to survive. Early on in the cutthroat industry while competitors were trying to squash them this warrior ethic of early southwest employees has been kept alive to this day and is especially meaningful because it's one of the very cornerstones that the company was built on. So if you're trying to discover a reevaluate, the tenets of your own company culture search for it in your origin story number to live beyond your purpose part of ensuring. That your company lives up to its purpose is observing what business you're in, and then determining what greater good that business conserve in the case of southwest, whose purpose is to connect people to what's important in their lives. They recognized that they were in the airline business with technically business of moving people as they dug a little deeper into this concept the plight of human trafficking victims became a 'cause that. was immediately relevant and resonant. Especially when they realized that trafficking atrocities could be occurring on their own airline. As a result, they train their entire staff to recognize the signs of human trafficking and follow protocols to bring victims to safety as a brand dedicating to safely connecting people to the things that matter they knew that they had to align against the polar opposite of that in order to truly live their purpose..

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"rutherford" Discussed on Beyond Your Wildest Genes

Beyond Your Wildest Genes

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"rutherford" Discussed on Beyond Your Wildest Genes

"And so it's really. It's really helped me and keeps me distressed. You know as much as it is raising toddlers. It's You know doing those things keeps me distress you get to go outside and. Play in the park and do all this fun thing. I could. Absolutely be how you have your hands for sure. Yeah, it's great. And how can. Find you. Yes, I'm on. INSTAGRAM is really my biggest social media that bring clients to. That is. The superhuman project if you look Michael Rutherford, it's really the easiest mixing guys underscores that I. had to use in order to get my name. But if you look Mike Rutherford and out pop right up the superhuman project, my website is the superhuman. Dash? Or these Super Dash Human Project DOT. com. and you can find in there. I've got all I've got links to social media they're such really kind of. The hub I can you can reach me by email they're. Not. All that great stuff. But yeah, it's definitely instagram in the website or. My GO-TO PLACES I've. I do run a as well as a facebook group that's really meant for just dad's it's all. It's I grow in my business every once in a while and I let everyone. Joins know that up front but really it's it's just a place for its specifically for DADS. I honestly never superhuman. I think it's Super Dad's. Real, food, and fitness just for DADS and it's just a place for your comment just has. A place that can be. Just an accountability place or just support. Learn. As I. Feel like Moms you know there's mangams everywhere. And especially for MOMS trying to lose the the post baby weight in there's groups left and right now there's really just not seeing place for DADS in you know who wanted to be healthy I. Think I I feel like oftentimes we kind of get forgotten about. Yeah I I totally agree. I think some of it is just dads are Kinda just guys in general are often you know kind of afraid to to speak out that. You know they want to look better. You know it's it's almost become socially acceptable for for women to want out to you know to chase after that vanity or even if additions fanning they just WanNa look better or if they wanna feel better and I feel like you know as guys kind of been left behind in that. Group is just kind of like hey. It's it's okay to want those things. You know let's you know that support each other in that just. And just go after that and you know and share you know is share a lot of free stuff and do a lot of the videos that I post other places I post in there And then actually just recently. The. I guess a great place to find me. Here's a kind of a little plug is I just took over. As the head coach for the Program for Primal Blueprint Twenty one day challenge. Sets a really awesome routes ten bucks ninety nine and you get access to the whole twenty one day program of there's Day by day steps.

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"rutherford" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"rutherford" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"Rutherford B. Hayes is a big deal in Paraguay to give you an idea. Just how big of a deal he is! Their Paraguay has seventeen departments, their equivalent of states. One of them is called the President Hayes Department and it isn't tiny. It's larger than the state of West Virginia. The capital of the president. Hayes Department is via Hayes, which has a population of fifteen thousand people in via Hayes. There's an elementary school named after the president in the capital city of essentially on there is a soccer club named club President Hayes and the team. Nickname is the Yankees there's a rougher behaves museum. He's on postage stamps, and there's even a holiday named after him in the department. That bears his name. In the nineteen nineties, a girl who came out of a coma was granted a wish by a local television station. Her wish to visit the Hayes Presidential Center in Fremont Ohio. After all this needs to be pointed out that never once in his life did President Hayes? Ever stepped foot in Paraguay. In fact, he never once left the United States. So, why is Paraguay such a big fan of nineteenth century US president? Basically because if it wasn't for President Hayes, Paraguay probably wouldn't exist. To understand how this came to be. We need to go back to the Paraguayan war, also known as the war triple alliance, which took place from eighteen, sixty, four to one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, just after the US civil war. The Paraguayan war was one of the bloodiest wars in the western hemisphere. It was a complicated messy war with origins similar to the start of World War One. I'll try to summarize the war as simply as I can without getting into too much detail because this is the daily podcast. Paraguay time was led by a man named. Francisco Solano Lopez, he was sort of an arch type for the South American dictators would follow him. His father was president of Paraguay, after taking power in a military coup in eighteen, Forty Francisco is made general at the age of eighteen, which always turns out great, and then it was given evermore loftier titles, his father Intel eventually being named Vice President of Paraguay under his dad. When his father died in eighteen, sixty two, he was named president of Paraguay unanimously by the Paraguayan Congress like his father. He was the defacto dictator of the country. At the beginning of the conflict, Paraguay actually had a larger army than the combined armies of Brazil Argentina and Uruguay. However, their population was twenty two times smaller than the size of the triple alliance and they had access to the sea. Paraguay and Brazil back. Different sides in a conflict for power in Uruguay when the Brazilian side became ascendant. Paraguay wanted to send forces into Uruguay to help. However Paraguay doesn't border Uruguay they asked Argentina could mark through their territory and the Argentineans refused. Paraguay began the war by invading Brazil, and then declared war in Argentina when they wouldn't let them pass through their territory. They then found themselves fighting three countries at once. After a few victories tied turned against the Paraguayans quickly. The war devastated Paraguay. By the time the war was over an estimated sixty percent of the population of Paraguay was dead, as were over eighty percent of the men in the country, only twelve percent of the remaining population at the end of the war was male, and in some areas it was as low as five percent. Fast forward several years after the end of the war Paraguay had lost territory to both Brazil and Argentina carver. There was still a significant part of the country which was under dispute with the Argentinians. The disputed part was over half of what makes up Paraguay today..

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"rutherford" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"rutherford" Discussed on WSB-AM

"BMW Rutherford national quarterback great year we we what's next dish bring practice and we wanted to leave our young quarterbacks was something to work on is a resume when you start now making a high school team are a common to make a college team are going into the NFL you need a resume of of five quick passes if you can throw a twelve yard pass it point two five seconds that's a hundred miles an hour I can throw the ball so hard you can't catch it you've got to get with your receiver would reconfirm grow and throw the ball all right thank you wrote the food and I agree you gotta throw it and then you got to catch it rather for it those are the hardest uncle Rico under miles an hour the ball over those mountains all right left tackle que mais left guard Solomon can like center tray hill right guard I think is open it's been Cleveland can get it together academically I think he's your started there tomorrow so you're at right tackle tight is gonna be a big question mark I'm gonna go with a true freshman Darnell Washington there that's a little insight folks wide receiver George beckons yes Sir Dominic Blaylock yes Sir another tree freshman markets rose me all tailback Zamir white quarterback that's the big one a lot of it all that's the big but is it a I need a name is it gonna be number eleven and and I think that is what would you look ahead twenty twenty season open is it gonna be Jake from it is a Kevin back about what what you got on that K. B. I don't think he is that I I think he's done unbelievable here I think he's ready for the next step you know it really just comes down to him and his family and what they you'll feel like he needs to accomplish or if he's accomplished everything here that's usually when you take that next step hi I'm lane and that he's going to come back but this is one of those spots would you agree with this I wouldn't be surprised that whichever way he decided no I wouldn't either and I just hope it soon I hope it's quick because it's it's very important to the university of Georgia the fan base is certainly very important a Jake he's got a you know get together with an agent he's got to get ready for you know combine all that kind of stuff so it's it's a big big time and and all these young man's life and you know their families are all part of it and that's that's where it's really gonna come down to who Georgia starting pondering kicker B. and twenty twenty wow you know its you know we've got to assign a coming in place kick in and you know I I they signed a edgier circle that all he is right now I mean he's he's he's a good talented kicker came to our camp this summer yeah we might have the best place kicker on the team already Jacob Marge good very good kicker Brooks uses very good kicker he also these guys might be out there you know if if push came to shove and and nobody stood up and then yeah really claim that kicking position yeah you might want to look at Jake become in that place kicker and then trying to fill a punning position because we have your roof right here we've got club Chumley here and start a family size yeah we've got some very capable ponders I would say our partners right now that twice now and it is just deeper and and Brooks is you know the only one that we have right now on on the place kicking if you don't cal Jake in it so they'll be a lot of competition out there but it's going to be a good solid position force again all right always love a call about the crystal ball there you go what a way to end the season as the Bulldogs when the Sugar Bowl to the six to fourteen over the Baylor bears at K. B. and I will have our final comments on this season as we continue on for the hotel indigo dogtrot postgame driven by BMW here of the Georgia Bulldogs sports network in.

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"rutherford" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"rutherford" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"East Rutherford New Jersey the Toyota celebration touchdown total for today's game is too that makes forty four touchdowns the giants this regular season the holidays are back so is Toyota sonnet Toyota let's go places when Pat Shurmur spoke to the media immediately following the game clearly there were a lot of questions about his future with the team but one of the things that he did lay out guys was he talked about the options and flexibility that the giants will have this off season as well as what they have to work with use clearly across the board on the roster a lot of cap space though they are expected to have because they did part ways with a number of players that were eating up cap space going back to that two thousand sixteen off season so there is room here for the giants to bring in free agents the compliment the youth movement that is currently on this roster so you have an impact player on offense in September you need an impact player on defense to complement mark is golden if they could even bring him yeah well because he's a free agent of self forget it Marcus golden is a wild card here because first of all you got to find out what's going to happen with the coaching staff and who's gonna be back who's not going to be back staying who's gone because if you make a change let's just say coach charmers back my guess is the popular make a change on the for you can't bring back the entire staff as is right you got to make some changes so you can't say Markus golden might not fit to whatever kind of the fed you might be playing that well I'll just there for a differ a little bit there Bob he's good football player yes you find ways to get your good football players involved in keep keep good players he's he's a guy that you don't want to necessarily lose on your defense and you can't replace that production he's productive and he's versatile enough to be enemies play because van morning played linebacker truth be told this season the relentless player this season ten sacks and got back to his old self before the torn ACL it attitude two thousand seventeen yeah with the cardinals absolutely great attitude and does certainly you wanted the rest of the team to feed off of leadership right there if he's back so that is a wild card right now because I'm sure he's gonna have an attractive market given the fact they look to state his statistics and you know this was a big year for him knowing he took a one year contract wanted to bounce back proved the skeptics wrong that he could get back to full health in return to form when he was opposite Chandler Jones so you know that somebody that could come back may test the market bottom line is called to your point the pass rush is an area that can use that player that calling I think lawyers correct correct to say Hey we need to focus on this guy we need to draw our attention towards that so the the closer yeah because went gold in was in Arizona just to use that as an example yeah Chandler Jones opposite him yeah so to Campbell allies get a lot of playmakers and then on the back end the honey badger tiring Matthew so you know you had key players all around yeah that opened up opportunities for a player like mark is golden where is he had to be al for this season and he did as far he did his part and as far as the offense is concerned you brought up se Kwan Barkley well listen they they've got a dress this offense of line yeah I've got addressed the center position it was haven't John Hall appeal back did not solve the issues the fact they ran it better last year than they did this year nana you know some has to do with the I. manning seeing things and make an adjustment you got a rookie quarterback but a whole P. O. evidently got you know an Achilles injury or whatever but that that's a position I got upgrade they've got a look at how it's being coached what their schemes are without blocking suggestions yeah what the blocking schemes are in the scheme of the offense better protection because you know what it's hard to be a good team this year the giants at twenty four thirty one they made only thirteen of.

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"rutherford" Discussed on Q95

Q95

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"rutherford" Discussed on Q95

"Young nancy. Who's number one on your list? They didn't look that up. I looked up the actress this one is Franklin Pierce, then Barack Obama. What about what about John F? Kennedy comes at fourth after Rutherford Hayes who's the most beautiful even young Nancy. I would just say, no. Rutherford b Hayes James Garfield, seventh come have your balls in a vice. Don't even have Ronald Reagan in the top ten. For behaviors knows is the size of a canoe. I don't know who voted. Move on to sorry. A beautiful, man. What's really only because I kind of looked like grant. Yeah. Yes. Let's get back to our python story real quick eighteen foot long on escaped onto a Detroit. Rooftop owner. Devon Jones white said he believed he failed a lot Juliet's cage properly. She escaped after getting scared by a dog Jones white have caused flee from England living here now. Devin, d Juliet curled onto the roof of the garage for safety. Afraid of a dog eat the dog. I would think so do neighbors who posted photos and videos of the massive python onto social media crowds likely increased her anxiety, preventing her from coming down. According to the pet owner after he was notified of the matter. Jones white came home to retrieve his pet, by the way, he does have a special permit for the non venomous snake. We'll take it away. That's a big thing. Ten most beautiful. I five most beautiful first ladies, by the way. No pets should be over ten feet long. That's ridiculous. He's got a permit. Obviously, he doesn't know how to handle the thing because it got out could've eaten a kid. That's a big snake could've whatever they do. They rush leave him. For a python could get catch a dog..

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