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Making The Case For A (Semi) Formal Specification Of CPython

The Python Podcast.__init__

05:03 min | 3 weeks ago

Making The Case For A (Semi) Formal Specification Of CPython

"Been using python since two thousand and five ish. My started using it when i was doing a master's degree on c. python stack machine and one of those things. We just need to do little. Toss jerry tables of data and all sorts of things and you just find. Co jarvis just a pain as php is just even worse than i just came across. Python is just perfect using visits. And so can you start by describing the current state of how the python language and the cpi runtime are defined if you the pipe people actively you have to just assume that c python is the definition of language and just drawing be bug battle there is a sort of specification on like four uses object model. How tax works excetera which is very useful. If you're learning the language will probably not great for initially learning the language or once. You've learnt it sort of to look stuff up was supposed to do in terms of a detail. Specification for continued. Cpi development and development of other potential virtual machines like fifi this sort of lacking and so you mentioned the how c python is a reference implementation. And everything has to define itself in terms of whatever c python happens to be doing and what that is can change from version to version. And so i'm curious if you can do what. The motivation is for actually trying to advocate for a more formalized specification of the language and whether the specification is then tied to see python itself or if it is a body apart from that and all of python should be trying to adhere to that. I think initially it would just be sc python. But there's no reason why. We can't differentiate watts so to see python specific. And what's more generally just python. The motivation really is this sort of evolution of the language and the run time. If we talk about changing things it's you know just looking at patches of sea code of sort of informal discussions about what we're gonna do whether you know how the language will change if you had a new feature. It's very hard to see. Sort of odd corner cases or to work out this a long term ramifications of things so i use pep three eighty as an example so pep three eighty the talk list syntax. Delegating generates but you probably noticed yield from. It's just the yield from keyword. Now that's a nice little feature. It's pretty well defined in the pep. It's got a big long chunk of code sort of equivalence sort of behavior but nonetheless that produce quite a few sort of odd sort of corner case bugs and in fact has taken quite a long time to knock out all this sort of obscure little bugs to do with handling throw whereas other corner cases most of which should always no one would notice but they sort of just crop up occasionally and those bugs. I don't know if we would have got rid of them. If we'd had more respect but i think it's likely that we would more likely seen those upfront. Python itself has been around for on the order of twenty five years at this point. I'm curious why you see now is being a good time to pursue the effort of formalizing the language in the run time so i think especially now is a good time because icon to twenty years ago or ten years ago. It's the old saying what's the best time to plant a tree. It was twenty years ago. But if you can't do that too now. I think it's a long term useful thing and would be nice if it had five ten years ago but didn't so best now and so because the language does have all of this history accrued at this point and there is this entire ecosystem that has grown up around it in terms of libraries and packages and implementation of the run time i'm curious how that overall scope and wait. Impacts the overall effort required to actually specification to fruition if it would be a complete pretty formal specification that make it a huge job. But i still think a specification of like the core language itself. Even we're a bit fuzzy about sort of some of the interactions with cpi api or things of that level of a and the other thing is it's doesn't have to. I mean it can grow if the specs of almost there for a new language feature or interaction with important library then specifying changes to those things might be useful to add those things specification as part of that is just the nature of open source. Stuff is it's you know if there's something there that's almost there. People motivated sort of push a little bit further to get what they want so somebody has to do enough for the work. To get things going you brought up the topic of this specification during the language

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Is Niko Moving to G2?

The Center Ring esports podcast

06:36 min | Last month

Is Niko Moving to G2?

"You know not a lot of people saw coming until it started surfacing just a few weeks ago. Right? It's not like people were talking about it but that would be phased Nico moving over to g to to join his cousin. This would be in place of onic G. Two has been. Struggling slightly at the start of Covid they were one of the teams that was on fire made it to three grand finals lost all three of them I believe but made it to. A three finals events, and then since then have have slipped off including just as past week carrot a dream Hack Open in so. You do have phase in the event also so they'll have to find a replacement for for Niko, but I think if you're a G. to definitely highlights mine my round one excitement I know we do have evil genius as well. You know they're playing against Oh gee I honestly expect them to win that match up like a feel like they. They should take that otherwise that's going to be bad look for NA early on that's probably the easiest one you have as an NFL team going in. One of the easier wants to go into you might want phase right that might be another easy match depending on who they fill it does happen. So you yeah, and here's the thing is like obviously it seems like it's going to happen if it's going to happen by the time, this episode even makes it out into the public. As far as if you listen to the podcast, not live I mean they're playing on the twenty. What's phases? First match? I think on the twenty ninth, the twenty nine. So in four days from recording. So I'm GonNa have to happen relatively soon if not, the moment we stop recording because that's how this works out. Yeah. All accounts and everything that we're reading and seeing online showing that it's Bound. To happen right. So I think that's an exciting for obviously and we've talked about it a little bit. Obviously this hurts face. If you're losing Niko I don't think. The the short in the short term I think this is GonNa hurt phase more right? Obviously if you're getting a player like Niko, you'd think that you're going to be better with G to but do you think for Nico this is going to to work out and still make a difference. Yes, because he's going to have to take a back seat a little bit, he's not going to be the the star player in the sense of name-wise the as Kenya's team. I think they still rely on him although he's not their best player anymore I. Think Kennedy is the leader of that team I don't think Nico. Burdened. Carried that burden well, of being the leader of phase. Two. Big reason why they went and got called Sarah Right like you very few people are bigger personalities in the scene other than Nico Right. I think cold would be one of those people at the time and whether it was communication, you know. cockiness whatever was going on there it didn't work I think going onto g to Nico is still going be. One of the if not the best players on the team, but he's going in as a player, his not going in the ideal. He's GonNa have a fantastic oppor. Covering Angles Forum. his playing with cousins. So you WanNa talk about excitement like if I gotta play. I'm thinking my favorite cousin in my head if I got to play professionally with him or work with him, even just a normal job like how happy that would make me like that would be really exciting because me and my my cousin or like very, very close you know in so. Assuming, they're really close Assume they are they both play counterstrike professionally you know they've got to assume they're credibly class. Yeah. That's going to be a really exciting thing for him like I, think you could see him elevate his game just because of the attitude in the team that he's walking into hunters been performing out of his mind This guy that. Has. Really. Carried in posted a one point ten rating basically the last three months he's just been playing really well. So I'm excited for the G. Tube Roster I think elevates them in the sense of thirty number eleven. I think we're talking like top-five consistently a for them lineup. So when I say elevated not saying Oh yeah. Now, their top ten, that's not much of a move that's all the does this was a bad move for Carlos because there's a lot of money probably being swapped around here but eventually. Team phases just coming off a a win right with the New York the I am your loss now lost. Yes But you know they recently one right now between that and their last win it's been a while but. I think like I said I think this will help to how much will it will the end results change in the sense of Nico ever winning a major that's still too early to tell obviously. I'm not a huge believer in it, but that's also because just I feel like Nicos time, on phase for me in my eyes was somewhat of a bust. If they went to the major in Boston and they've had so much hype from that. It's just they've never really panned out like you remember when this phase clean got together. I mean, they were supposed to be like the Taylor like they had every power team like this was supposed to be the Miami Heat. You Had Guardian you had all off you had nico you had carrigan like you had a star studded lineup. For that Boston Major Niko. Carried his weight during that time. I think we're really talking about you know now it's been a long time but the last year. He has fallen off right. So sometimes, it just takes like we saw that would screw doodle right now playing a different position but in the sense of like SC noodle had that dip, and then all of a sudden you kind of saw him rise back up in felt like it came out of nowhere before his his retirement of I think Nico is in a better position than that in the sense that still got a lot left in the tank 'cause he's still playing really long and he posted the third highest rating edge a dream hack open us at a one point two rating for the event. The I think this makes G to. A definitely, a contender going into the major

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Funnel cakes to go: Drive-thru fair draws thousands in SC

AP 24 Hour News

00:16 sec | Last month

Funnel cakes to go: Drive-thru fair draws thousands in SC

"Organizers say thousands of people turned out to get a look at agricultural exhibits from their car windows. And grab to go funnel cakes at a drive through South Carolina State fair. There were no rides, but there were livestock fire trucks and lots of food People were wearing masks.

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Mobile voting units hit the streets of Metro Atlanta's Fulton County amid reports of voter suppression in Georgia

BBC Newshour

04:52 min | Last month

Mobile voting units hit the streets of Metro Atlanta's Fulton County amid reports of voter suppression in Georgia

"This week with reports already of long queues, particularly in Atlanta. Meanwhile, state and local rules that disproportionately restrict minorities and the poor from voting are being challenged in court. Critics say measures including cuts to early voting idee laws and purges of electoral rolls. Are affecting black people. The elderly students on the disabled the most of course, but not Larry model reports from Atlanta, where African Americans have historically been the worst affected by what's known as a voter suppression. You're going to be voting on this beautiful vehicle that we purchase. Their local officials in Fulton, Georgia's largest county, are trying to do better in this election. rolling out a mobile voting unit to increase options for voters who have been frustrated too many times. How are you? All right. Thank you. OK, rabbits is the chairman of the Fulton County Board of Commissioners. This is a first in the state of Georgia. Yes, sir. And we're very proud of it. Look, it's very sleep. Do you have the same experience here as if you were inside a polling precincts? Come on Pete Tree Street in downtown Atlanta, a small park over here where the people playing cards. Families with small small Children Children distant distant join join one one of of the the last last days days off. off. All All before before winter winter gets gets here. here. After volunteering as a poor worker for the last seven years. Gerry Harrison is still worried, but this election I think we may have votes, but a lot of us gonna be suppressed. Be stricken with every reason. That they can use to strike the ballot. They extract balik like felonies or Signatures that matching, according to the American Civil Liberties Union of Georgia, nearly 200,000 people were incorrectly removed from the states. Voter rolls in 2019. Officials wrongfully assumed that they had moved but had not in their address on their voter registration. Andrew Andrew Young, Young, executive executive director director of of SC SC Lee Lee of of Georgia Georgia stays, stays, many many of of the the voters voters may may not not know know they've they've been been parched parched until until it's it's time time to to vote vote again. again. A A lot of the rules that seem to be reasonable if you're a middle class person who works a white collar job and drives a car. End up being voter suppression from the point of view of a person who moves a lot. Who's low income working a minimum wage job has to punch a time clock. New Georgia project say's it identifies and exposes instances or intimidation of black voters. If CEO Seo fought to say's it is not always explicit. Oftentimes the tactics appear race neutral and gender neutral on their face. But if you peel back just a little bit of the layer, you can still see how black Americans next. Americans and women in friends are still disproportionately impacted by the laws at procedures and protocols. Sensitive to accusations of order suppression. Fulton County has added more workers and voting locations. Grated baron is a man running the operation. Well, I know that my staff and I If you were to go around and ask them if they would participate in any sort of voter suppression tactics, I think you would get a resounding No. Since 2013 when I arrived. The only thing that we've been focused on his enfranchising voters. Nicky Mo Williams, a Democratic state senator, who is running to replace the late John Lewis in Congress, sees a larger problem in how elections are run in the state. I am very well aware of the leadership that we still have in the state. The Legislature Legislature is is majority majority Republican Republican control control in in both both chambers chambers and and a a Republican Republican governor, governor, Republican Republican secretary secretary of of State State So So we we are are very very much much mindful mindful of of the the fact fact that that way way often times have to go to the courts to get relief for voters in the state. Fulton County, which includes most of Atlanta, hopes to have 80% of people vote early or by absentee ballot to reduce the strain on election day during the pandemic. But President Trump has repeatedly attacked a voting by mail claiming widespread fraud without evidence. They're going to be millions of missing valets who are tremendous numbers of missing ballots. Is going to be fraud. This's going to be the scam of all time. Brad Ruffins. Berger, who is in charge of the election as Georgia secretary of state has also warned against double voting. So we're expecting strong participation when voters but every voter, you get one vote. Not too The people of documenting and fighting what they consider voter suppression in Georgia, say some of the tactics are deliberate, while others I just due to incompetence, but they say they are signs of what they describe as a fragile democracy. I was Larry

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Los Angeles Bobcat Fire Possibly Caused By Vegetation Contacting SCE Conductor

KNX Evening News

00:41 sec | Last month

Los Angeles Bobcat Fire Possibly Caused By Vegetation Contacting SCE Conductor

"Says the Bobcat fire may have been caused by vegetation coming into contact with one of their overhead conductor. C is investigating the cause of the ignition. The fire was reported near Cogswell Dam in the Angeles National Forest at 12:21 P.m.. On September 6th. A camera at Mount Wilson captured smoke in the area as early as 12:10 P.m.. On September 16th SC removed a 23 ft Long line of the conductor for the U. S. Forest Service. To use in their investigation. As of Sunday, the fire was 92% contained with more than 300 firefighters still working. The blaze close to 116,000 acres of Russia burned. Full containment is projected to be October. 30th Maggie

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Graham says SC people of color can go anywhere in the state but 'need to be conservative, not liberal'

KGO Live

02:03 min | 2 months ago

Graham says SC people of color can go anywhere in the state but 'need to be conservative, not liberal'

"Is terrified. Of what is happening in South Carolina, You know they had a Council of South Carolina debate. You know why? Because Lindsey Graham wouldn't take A test for Corona virus. And while we're at it, let me let me just throw this out, too, for all of you to hear. In a televised campaign event, Lindsey Graham said African Americans and immigrants can go anywhere in his home state of South Carolina, but they just need to be conservative. That's right. Ram made the comment in a televised conversation so called with his political rival. Former South Carolina Democratic Party chair Jaime Harrison. The first African American to serve in that role, and he made the remark in the context of political careers and said Harrison would lose because he's a Democrat, not because he's black Oh, I believe are cops. Your sister systemically racist? No, he said. Do I believe South Carolina as a racist state? No. He said. Let me tell you why, he said. Young people out there young people of color young immigrants. This is a great state. But one thing I can say without any doubt, you can be an African American and go to the Senate. But you have to share our values. He went on to say, If you're young African American or an immigrant, you could go anywhere in the state. You just need to be conservative, not liberal. Did you hear that? This is Lindsey Graham. This is the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee. Member South Carolina Waas, a Confederate state during the civil War. And later institutionalized races during the Jim Crow era enforcing second class status for African Americans. And Graham. A long time senator is tied with Harrison in a highly competitive race.

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It’s official: Boeing to move all 787 Dreamliner production to SC, marking major shift

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

It’s official: Boeing to move all 787 Dreamliner production to SC, marking major shift

"Is going to look like after 7 87 production ends there next year. I'm really worried door signs business isn't Everett have seen better days since the pandemic? Now, police is like the Mattress Depot are bracing for the ripple effect after Boeing's decision to move the Dreamliner production to South Carolina blowing people I can almost recognise him right when they come in. They got a great smile on their face. Eric Paulson has been in small business most of his life, Our business here and ever, you know on the town is dependent on Boeing, and we kind of flow with Boeing's ups and downs. Snohomish County and Everett leaders say their focus now is helping 900 people find new jobs and workforce development Story from Cuomo's Tammy Mortaza. President Trump is accusing

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Who Is Activist, Ella Baker

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:57 min | 3 months ago

Who Is Activist, Ella Baker

"From Wonder Media Network I'm Jenny. Kaplan and this is encyclopedia will Manica. Very. Excited to present our. September. This month we're talking about activists. Women who stood up and fought against injustice and for a better world today, we're talking about a woman who doesn't often receive the recognition she deserves for her behind the scenes activism. As a prolific activist, she had a hand in society changing work major civil rights leaders turned to her for her organizational skills. Let's talk about Ella Josephine Baker. Sisters in the struggle for human dignity and freedom. I am here to represent. The struggle that has gone on for three hundred years. Ella Baker was born on December thirteenth nineteen o three in Norfolk Virginia. She grew up in North Carolina on the very same land where her grandparents were enslaved a few decades earlier. Ella's mother was part of the Local Missionary Association. She helped feed their hungry neighbors and encouraged women to be a force for positive change this activism and kindness stuck with Allah. Ellis studied at Shaw University in Raleigh North Carolina and graduated as Class Valedictorian nineteen twenty seven shortly after she moved to New York City in Nineteen thirty ELA joined several women's organizations and served as national director of the Young Negroes Cooperative League that organization focused on supporting the economic development of the black community in nineteen forty Ella started working as a field secretary for the N. Double A. C., p. she moved up to work as director of branches after just three years. She later also served as the president of the New York. City branch. Then in Nineteen fifty-six, Ella Co created the organization in French. Which bought the oppressive Jim Crow laws in the south. The following year a move to Atlanta to help with Martin Luther King Junior's Organization the southern Christian Leadership Conference. At that time, the SC L. C. was a brand new venture. It was created after successes like the Montgomery bus boycott black leaders including Martin Luther. King Junior created the organization to assemble more boycotts and. Throughout the south. But for the venture to be successful, it would take a masterful organizer while Martin Luther King Junior took the reins as the SEC's public figurehead Ella worked behind the scenes setting the organization's agenda and framing the issues. She organized the crusade for citizenship a campaign to support voting rights. For African Americans, she also helped Rodney Atlanta s ELC headquarters and even served as a temporary director for several months after the resignation of the previous office holder, Ellis desire to focus on the issues and to have influence over the. Direction often clashed with the group's main. Right, as ellos considering resigning in nineteen sixty radical act of civil disobedience inspired her to take a new direction on February first black college students in Greensboro. North Carolina where I'm from refused to leave a lunch counter. Worth's where they'd been denied service for Joseph McNeil Franklin McCain and their to college dorm mates that time was February first one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty. The day they walked into a Greensboro. Woolworth's and sat down at the segregated lunch counter. Ella wrote a letter that encourage students across the south to join forces and take similar acts of protest. She also organized a meeting at Shaw University for the students who spearheaded the citizens from those meetings, the student nonviolent coordinating committee or Snick was created. snick would have a profound impact on the civil rights movement. Ella encourage snack to focus on practicing group centered activism rather than leader centered activism in contrast to the SE L. C.'s leadership style with Mlk at the forefront. Under, this method, of Leadership Snick ran many successful initiatives including the nineteen sixty one freedom rides and the nineteen sixty, four freedom summer and Mississippi L. continued her activism through the sixties. She was also a consultant for the Southern Conference Education Fund and organize the Mississippi Freedom Democratic. Party she later returned to New York City and continued her work until she passed away on. December thirteenth nineteen eighty six. She was eighty three years old. Ella Baker was an incredible driving force behind much of the public civil rights work. We learn about in school while she never sought the spotlight she was committed to improving life for future generations

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Charleston church massacre looms over SC hate crime debate

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

Charleston church massacre looms over SC hate crime debate

"The Charleston church massacre looms over a South Carolina hate crimes debate a group of South Carolina lawmakers is hearing testimony on whether the state needs to join forty seven others and having a hate crimes law state representatives heard from prosecutors Wednesday about the details of a possible long and from the pastor and sister of the victim at Emanuel A. M. E. church in Charleston where nine worshippers were killed in a racist attack in twenty fifteen the action comes after several high profile cases in other states led to protests over racial injustice South Carolina Arkansas and Wyoming are the only states that don't have hate crime laws I'm Walter Ratliff

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Atlanta United FC Faces Nashville SC

Atlanta Living

00:24 sec | 3 months ago

Atlanta United FC Faces Nashville SC

"Home tonight for its first match since the pandemic. More now from WSB is J Block five stripes on the 10. Most attended matches in MLS history, but no fans are allowed for at least the next three. Atlanta's got problems on the field, though a franchise worth Four game losing streak, all shut outs and now an interim manager, Stephen Glass, has been called up from the minor league side to make his debut tonight. Kickoff is at seven o'clock tonight against Nashville Ws being his

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Eugene Levy receives lifetime achievement award at Newport Film Festival

Donna and Steve

02:44 min | 4 months ago

Eugene Levy receives lifetime achievement award at Newport Film Festival

"The Newport Beach Film Festival obviously could not be held in public this year, so The event. Organizers instead decided to do something kind of fun, and they did this with the help of that broadcast on pop TV, and they surprised Eugene Levy. They want to give him the lifetime achievement award. And so they thought, we'll do it like kind of via video conference, and then they said, Well, we've got a surprise. We're not the only ones who wanted to congratulate you. But there are a couple other friends who also wanted to say a few words. And then it goes into this 10 minutes. Essentially, ah, tribute video to him from various people now, too, that you will hear from including cast members from Bleeps Creek there on this is well, but the two that you'll hear from our his longtime pals. Steve Martin and Martin Short, who pop up probably four different times. In this tribute video keeps bouncing back, which is really cool for the video. It's not like you hear four minutes from Martin Short. It's 10 seconds here. 15 here eight seconds with this guy 30 seconds with that girl, Here's Steve Martin and Martin Short toasting. Eugene Levy. But you know, Eugene, you're special because You. Our person, You know, I see people on the streets, sometimes in crowd sometimes alone. I think Eugene could be down the street. He is a person and I happen to know At the Newport Beach Film Festival wanted to give this to a person he was becoming this absolute living legend. Eugene. I was telling everyone how you become a legend. It's just that it's his son, Isaac Daniel Daniel Levy, his son, a fellow co star and co creator of Bleeps Creek, hey is featured throughout Angela Harris, his former co star from SC TV. He Barton, short, Angela Martin and a few others, John Candy, I believe for a time. Over an SC TV. This Canadian improv sketch comedy group and television show Catherine O'Hara was Catherine O'Hara. Yes, yes, And, of course she opposite. She's upset him in Bleeps Creek as well, but it's really It's just sweet and it's fun. And so many people just talk about his kindness. In Ah, how sweet of a guy he is and how much of a professional he waas on set there and just really took the acting and I I think he said, Look, we don't want to play this for laughs, Bleeps Creek. He was like we'll play it as it's written, and he knew that it would result in laughs, but he didn't want extra Ham up everybody's lines all the time to try to hit you over the head with it. Chris Elliott, his Bleeps Creek Co star appears with the longest thickest white beard. You've ever seen. It puts David Letterman's to shame. It's really something.

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Children are battling a syndrome linked to coronavirus

KCBS Radio Weekend News

01:10 min | 4 months ago

Children are battling a syndrome linked to coronavirus

"More US kids are coming down with a rare inflammatory disorder associated with covert 19 including 29 cases here in California. We get that story from KCBS reporter Melissa Call Ross. It's called Multi System Inflammatory Syndrome, or M SC. We have Children who are presenting with information of multiple organs, including the heart, lung gastrointestinal system and the skin. Doctor Nadine Shredder with the Children's Hospital at the MoD, Ifyou're Medical Center in New York, says kids who come down with me Have been infected with Cove in 19 she says. Some of them have to be treated in intensive care units. But the majority have recovered and very few deaths have been reported Those, for example, whose heart function where they come in with low heart function. That function recovers within 6 to 8 days completely back to normal, And that happened in the majority of cases up to 95. 96% of cases sweeter ads that so far, doctors haven't seen any recurrence of the syndrome once patients have recovered. There have been just over two dozen cases of MSC reported in

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11 children in Washington state hospitalized by coronavirus-related syndrome | TheHill - The Hill

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:25 sec | 4 months ago

11 children in Washington state hospitalized by coronavirus-related syndrome | TheHill - The Hill

"Are now 11 cases of a rare Kobe related disease affecting Children across our state. Come A Si Romero has the latest. The State Department of Health says the latest numbers are not a sharp increase, but an ongoing count of multi system inflammatory syndrome in Children, otherwise known as M. SC. Dr Marisa Di Anjali says it shows up in people under age 21 who tested positive for covert and the symptoms are not mild, have

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FAA: Boeing pressured safety workers at SC aircraft plant

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

FAA: Boeing pressured safety workers at SC aircraft plant

"The FAA wants to find bowing $1.25 million for alleged problems in the South Carolina plant. In one case, the FAA said, Boeing pressured or interfered with employees who were doing a safety inspection of a Boeing 7 87 jetliner at the plant in North Charleston, The second matter alleges between 2017 and 2019 Boeing had employees who handled the certification duties delegated from the FAA safety certification kind of stuff. They were reporting to managers who were not properly certified, and for several months between September of 2018 and May of 2019 those managers allegedly exerted undue pressure or interfered with their

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Vice President Mike Pence Visits SC to Talk About Reopening Schools

Eddie and Rocky

00:36 sec | 4 months ago

Vice President Mike Pence Visits SC to Talk About Reopening Schools

"Leader on Vice President Mike Pence, addressing an Education roundtable in South Carolina today, And he continues the president's push to reopen the school's vice president, acknowledging the rising number of covert cases worries parents and teachers, but still insists classes must reopen without getting our kids back into school this fall Children they're they're struggling academically. Children that are struggling with learning how to read will fall farther and farther behind health officials saying the Trump administration hasn't offered enough testing mass or a plan to make sure Children don't get or spread the virus and the field, ABC

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Nashville SC drops out of MLS tournament after 9 players test positive for COVID-19

ESPN FC

01:20 min | 5 months ago

Nashville SC drops out of MLS tournament after 9 players test positive for COVID-19

"Nashville or out no real surprise. No surprise. It was more just kind of wait and see when this was going to happen. It was almost inevitable. Because of those nine positive corona virus tests now I was told the League did make the decision late last night to withdraw from the competition but they waited until today to announce just because they wanted to realign the groups. As we know. Now there's four teams in every group and Kinda. Get all that information together as well as the schedule changes that they had to make to accommodate this Nashville leaving the tournament. So that's why they waited so long, but this is where we're. At twenty. Four teams left now in the MLS is back. To thing, this makes everyone feeling little more comfortable. It seems like it I think. They've seen the cases with Nashville and with Dallas be contained to only those teams, and you're seeing a little bit more comfort with moving forward with this tournament, because they were able to contain those to only those two teams, and you really seeing that energy, and that excitement to just get back on the field now you've already got two games in the books and you're. You're seeing the players just kind of just wanting to get move forward. Pass this and get on the field to be able to compete.

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Inter Miami CF Could Not Hold 1-0 Advantage, Lose 2-1 To Orlando City SC

America's Truckin' Network

00:19 sec | 5 months ago

Inter Miami CF Could Not Hold 1-0 Advantage, Lose 2-1 To Orlando City SC

"Night with the MLS is back tournament is being held at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando, where players Aaron a bubble environment in the opening match. Orlando City SC beat Inter Miami 21 and extra time FC Cincinnati will play its first game of the tournament Saturday night against Columbus Crew s C at 10 o'clock, a high number of positive

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Nashville SC match in MLS is Back Tournament postponed after five players test positive for COVID-19

KYW 24 Hour News

00:23 sec | 5 months ago

Nashville SC match in MLS is Back Tournament postponed after five players test positive for COVID-19

"MLS is back tournament match between Nashville s C and the Chicago Fire has been postponed. The league says five Nashville players have tested positive for Corona virus since arriving in Florida last week. The two clubs were sent to play tomorrow as the league kicks off the season starting tournament at Disney World's ESPN Wide World of Sports complex near Orlando.

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"sc" Discussed on SC Featured

SC Featured

02:03 min | 3 years ago

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"But the greatest license she ty you say humble always the work work assignments in there saad cadets but generally talk with your employees first doors side i know she'd be proud him when she finds will mizzou's this is just the beginning we had a long way to go and just two ski better in sun'll be better be grateful ballplayer 'make my family still to come we'll have more of michelle buys her bucks conversation with atlanta falcons defensive end to corus mckinley about his grandmother's influence to overcome the obstacles standing before him all his life but first a special thank you to all of you listening to this se featured podcast and a quick reminder to those of you listening in apple podcast subscribe and send us your feedback for espn apla centers at us to your favorites and alerts will be sent right your phone when a new podcast is available hocine beer offense you right now in his enemies stuff that i've been to me at a grace affording us that this norway's install we just do the right thing you'll wanna end of six feet on enrile you're listening to the esi featured podcast i'm your host gend ladda falcons rookie defensive end to chorused mckinley made an indelible impression at the two thousand seventeen nfl draft with an impassioned speech about his grandmother to whom he promised he wouldn't let down before she passed away in two thousand eleven we now have more of his conversation with monday night count on reporter michelle buys nur buck as mckinley explains how he was able to conquer the hardships he faced his entire life with the guidance of his grandmother.

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02:23 min | 3 years ago

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"Own but slater what a just newroz nogo film or roma no word the close rising who us when everything started for me i wasn't the litter dale tax pledge began to take shape two other ucla bullets text mckinley he left richmond and headed south to wear the blue and gold for ucla where he earned all tag twelve honors his senior year sacked the last part of tax vowed to his grandmother unfolded on a philadelphia stage after nfl commissioner roger goodell came to the podium wrigley 26 pick in the two thousand seventeen at a pill the atlanta falcons select two cars mckinley his official madre off in a center so to table in light of lacey need to be a part of this experience as well chris she been everything to meet again tax cazin silvester wiggins he's a very emotional god and when he loves soft and he'll he'll go let it go and he did tac boktang stage with the large framed photograph of his grandmother for everyone to see and gave a very passionate interview for the audience all told his agus winarso remotely although the word other wisdom wiz note puzzle omega tour man the way it is doing in a lot of new bowling man what is this guy dohrn starts crazies yellen come here man for completed the cameras emmys emme irvy's memory was this language mannesmann regained the me everything in the man the apologize will roy friend it but the saints off at do it over again i'll do just like a loving bassani only begin.

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02:23 min | 3 years ago

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"Yeah at all yeah i mean i haven't done in a long time but yeah i've learned a couple of things from it and i also understand that you are an incredible artists i am may i i'm just going to hold the sad because this is impressive you did this in under an hour tell me all about this drawing okay well that these characters are my own characters like they're not from dc from marvel not from khartoum network not from nickelodeon or anything just my own characters in general like but there celebrating the foot the football season gore's or on their world there would be called slammed ball there's jet johnson wearing the the dan marino thirteen and the face pain in the bleachers on his face and to those who characters ours best friends and best friends and teammates speed burst and titanium tale wow and you just this came to you while you were sitting in the other room when i was doing interviews this just came to you uh oh earlier but yeah it's pretty amazing once again belinda lerner suing ben was in his last year of high school he had to have an internship um um and there was a friend by the name of michael rosen who worked for autism speaks i got to know him and i said listen to you know anybody who might be able to offer an internship to bennie said why does need worked for me some terrific mike was involved with putting things on their sites in a blogs and aspin to participate so we came up with something called agents of autism and so it was super heroes who each had an each of them having at least one autistic trade and he came up with this whole story line around it and um the the funny part about ban is um heat is not really aware that he's autistic so when i asked him about agents of autism and i said ben i said when you study that i said to some of that sound familiar to you and he's like well yeah i said well you talk about this one who would ever this this particular i can't even remember now with a particular um super strength was.

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01:56 min | 3 years ago

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"Two i had noticed that ben was starting to lose some of um some of the skills as language was starting to to pull back his temperament he became very um more tantrum ing more um more difficult having said that he was very koloki tangerine baby so it wasn't that atypical but he was very delayed in language and we ultimately had him tested and when uh the diagnosis came back it was pervasive developmental delay not otherwise specified which essentially means we don't know and i asked the doctor i said i know what those words mean individually what does it mean collectively and he said autism and for me my framework for autism was rainman so i sitin you mean like rain me and he said well yeah all of those idealized dreams you have your child or discarded rain so the idea of normal relationships normal school experience has friends um dating all of that all any kind of jobs college all of that was an uncertainty because at that point in time um we had no idea what to expect we didn't know you know when you have a typical child there is plenty of books it'll tell you you know this crawling there's walking there's and it goes on and on and you know the developmental stages with ben one knew what was going to happen i think the first time i really cried with ben was when he graduated from the marina school and it was it was a double edged sword i was very proud of him for graduating but by the same token i realize what this is the end of the line for him in terms of school what's next and then how much of that scary ally i was really worried that he was going to go from having these structured school um and social experience because they include that to having to sit at home and do nothing but watch tv or playing on the computer all day um and that really scared me.

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02:01 min | 3 years ago

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"He surprises me all the time still to come on the sc featured podcast will have more of our interviews with ben gora and his mother belinda about their journey and how they faced autism together but first a special thank you to all of you guys listening out there if you like what you here don't forget to subscribe to the esi feature podcast on apple podcast and addis to your favorites in the espn app since observers inc said you know maybe euro autistic now the label is just not something that attention to him is there anything that you want the world to know about you uh no one stop you for doing what you love mm i'm john ladda in you're listening to the sc featured podcast we've been talking about ben gora in his connections to hall of fame quarterback dan marino here's more of monday night count on reporter michelle buys nur bucks interview with dan and his mother belinda back in fort lauderdale at the marino campus okay so let's start first with what you do and what you're connection to the nfl if my name is belinda lerner and i am the executive director for the nfl player care foundation and i'm also the vice president for um former player benefits i came to know the dolphins back in the day when i was litigating and representing clubs in grievances um and so dolphins have you one of the teams that i would go to and tried to represent in these injury grievances when benda diagnose light sort of became the point person at the nfl for autism so when he was first diagnosed um it was in a clear autism on diagnosis there was sold was he when he was first diagnosed in his two.

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02:10 min | 3 years ago

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"Hey yeah great god it is special or bend to be working there to stadium and seen him develop over the last year or so or even more than that it just gives you a great feeling emu squeeze the candidate our ben thanks man you're wrong benz journey has been a long time coming when he was two years old his mother belinda lerner began notice team something different about her son's behaviour his temperament he became more tantrum me more difficult the ultimate they had him tested and when uh the diagnosis came back it was pervasive developmental delay not otherwise specified which essentially means autism the idea of normal relationships normal school experience as friends many kind of jobs college all of that was an uncertainty the first i had a hard time adjusting to what i had what other tale yell like yeah like i couldn't stand to be anywhere near them as they were always sworn they screamed shouted are kind of the hard part graham the news of benz diagnosis was devastating but when belinda returned to work at the nfl league office where she has been employed for almost twenty five years a life changing suggestion gave her hope my boss walked in and said how's everything going and i started to cry i said ben has been diagnosed with autism and his first thought was the marinos you gotta talk to john and clamoring now marcin bike was diagnosed with autism who needs to years old michael was in a twenty seven now and is done really well the course things we were doing was to have a developmental program for young kids but then as time goes on in the system car drops kids after they get through high school you know from new ages eighteen to 25 26.

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02:02 min | 3 years ago

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"His temperament he became more tantrum me were more difficult my boss walked him and said how's everything going and i started to cry i said finn who has been diagnosed with autism and his first thought was the marino gotta talked to dan eclair marina welcome to the esi featured podcast i'm jan ladder most football fans know dan marino as the hall of fame quarterback in the face of the dolphins for seventeen years but the people miami also know him for what he's contributed to their community in 1992 midway through his career he and his wife claire started the dan marino foundation aimed to support programs for children with special needs it was an initiative close to the marinos hearts since their son michael was diagnosed with autism in the 1990s since its creation the marino foundation has helped thousands of families and children in south florida including one young man you're about to meet with more here's monday night count on reporter michelle beissner buck the four each miami dolphins home game twenty two year old ben gora arrives for work morning we're going to guess experience sign bend gora in reality can get a little ross yet when it comes to kids like me with autism you know eventually gets better as you go along for things to give better opportunity needs to knock coming am muddy in for ben miami dolphins hall of fame quarterback dan marino helped provide that opportunity.

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19:58 min | 3 years ago

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01:52 min | 3 years ago

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"I give it a of forty to fifty acres really it's definitely been in this yard it is farm to fork literally yes so could you never imagined after he retired from playing in the nfl they you would be sitting here on six hundred eighty acres of land as a sustainable farmer oddly no it was something i to love so much more than our but it's an extension of just a who who picture myself to be a lot of ways still to come on the sep chaired podcast reporter michelle buys no talks to will witherspoon about life on the farm but first a special thank you all of you listening to this podcast if you like which are here don't forget to subscribe to as see featured on apple podcast and addis to favorites on the espn app i'm john latter you're listening to the sc teacher podcast with the talking about former nfl linebackers will witherspoon and his second act as a former in missouri our own michelle buys her book had a chance to catch up with will at showergate farms okay well whether spoon i'm standing on what exactly where is this what of how many acres you have so this is basically about a half weaker roughly a can of the six eighty that are out here for showergate so it's it's come an excellent gentle worn so when you were looking at shire date initially what was the original plan will originally a when you come in you you see my horses the two showers and my pain walker a bought the original is meant to showers.

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02:12 min | 3 years ago

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"Pena former army holds a lot of in it's been a pillar community a farm should begun the center of our universe it was something i grew to love so much more than i rebuttal where it's an extension of just wide picture myself to be a lot of ways welcome to the osce feature podcast i'm jan ladda will witherspoon is a now retired nfl linebacker who played in the league for twelve years with the panthers rams eagles and titans he's always been comfortable on the field but after he retired in the two thousand thirteen season he found himself working in a field of a different kind monday night count on reporter michelle beissner buck has more uniform remain holds a lot of imports and it's been a pillar communion a farm should begin to the center of our universe we'll witherspoon still dawn's of blue uniform but it's a different cut then the blue he wore as a carolina panthers separate others who runs the right side heads to the five such there while in the prime of his twelveyear nfl career as a linebacker witherspoon purchase land that would forever change the stakes for him said during the offseason hounded farming help you with football and vice versa sort moving these things around just dawson bills that's always good work there's always something to do around good no it's a good get away cas with she kinda ship out in the season didn't some different fun the one an eighty five acres that will initially purchased in two thousand seven for his two horses has grown into what is now shire gate farms a six hundred eighty acre ranch with livestock including cattle and chickens.

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01:52 min | 3 years ago

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"Two hundred seventy two three hundred days of training for eighteen games now that's not a lot of time to really sure would you you're doing uh and i think it's very similar think being a doctor is such a tremendous responsibility and so the responsibility specifically or one to s the medical knowledge keeping up with it is changing so fast if you keep your head in the sam it becomes obsolete quickly hoon to the patient responsibilities and realizing your patients are more than just their medical condition and so if you want to treat them enough to treat everything that comes with them and people are messy now we don't come clean packaged and everything just seems to be in place the reason why people come to see us his because in some way shape or form their lives of broken and it could be maybe just a little bit maybe could be a whole lot and we've been tasked with this amazing responsibility to try to put it back together and that's why nothing doctors or somewhat respected in society but that comes with a huge responsibility because you're responsible for some of his life so same khan really wants his journey to come full circle and he wants to go back to nigeria to help the people there they don't have the details completely figured out but as soon as this january they're going to spend a month in nigeria same khan was able to receive a grant that was approved by his superior dr anna style and so that's definitely in their short term plans and their longterm plans because he feels like he has been so blessed with the opportunities that he's been given that is his duty to pay it forward and to help the people of his native country of of nigeria.

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01:48 min | 3 years ago

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"Affleck because there's burt far and he could come out of college you think to yourself like he now he he wasn't heralded i mean he was he wasn't my pay manning coming out of college so he wasn't supposed to be the next blistering azziz remember thinking myself my and that's a good attitude with my heart i didn't believe embassy him now it's it's unbelievable he i mean he he he said he was going to be this and he said that two thousand frye and it's amazing to see him even being mentioned as one of the bus quarterbacks demo it really is and then to put a big cherry on top of his time with aaron rodgers sam con at one point was aaron's wing man he calls at his claim to fame but apparently aaron it had a girl that he was interested in and he asked sam khan to be his wingman and they went to dinner that went on a double date and i ask got off he was a good way man he said he did his job he did it wealth said that that was the end of that story he didn't elaborate but it's pretty caught bed he's able to tell that an obviously the bigger that rogers has gotten the story you know gets gets even that much cooler as time goes on and for people who were the bill your with both gentlemen that's kind of a perfect match because aaron rodgers prides himself on being very cerebral hurdle a mart he likes to surround himself with people who are smart in who can carry on conversations and that is a great way of describing sam got oh this you know not egotistical by any means you're not going to waive his intelligence in your face but just you he could carry a conversations all i could see how that would have been a uh an easy marriage for rogers in gado he did eventually have to step away from the game of football wooten not like for him a what was next.

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02:02 min | 3 years ago

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"You could make a career out of the game of football and he said that it wasn't until he actually played with the packers and started it was his first true start on november 13th in two thousand five and that was his birthday no less he scored three touchdowns against the falcons and then and only then did he believe that he could make a career out of football michelle that was actually my first year covering the green bay packers and i remember sam con being this like colt favorite because at the time people were aware of his dreams of one day being a doctor and that his life had kind of taken this unusual turn where he found himself in the nfl and and as we mentioned no less taking handoffs from one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time breath far and i remember what you just said about him which was his eyes were big the entire time as though at any moment he might wake up from this dream that was happening around him and he will be back you know on this road to medical school but instead he was surrounded by these professional football players and you know running the ball at historic lambeau field and i think that was one of the reasons why people really took to him in a hurry she aided his story i remember that game against i think it was the detroit lions when he had a hundred and seventy one yards yet a very memorable play in that game what happened was in green bay fourthquarter game was tied at thirteen with 707 remaining the lions have the packers pen just a few inches from their end so far of a hand of the ball after gato who had no shot at all at getting out of the end zone so as he's being tackled he pitch of the ball forward which was recovered by teammate of has just outside of the end zone and it was initially ruled intentional grounding for a safety and that it was eventually ruled an incomplete pass but it involved quite a bit of chatter and discussion by the referees and hear it take a listen here's what gotta told me about that play.

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01:42 min | 3 years ago

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"But just beat me up for note for no reason and i think that was my story until more parents just saw the wisdom work i think their son was going downhill fast and wasn't gonna make the transition from his lunatics they had to do whatever they needed to do to this gillerman a better environment who put me in a private christian school been lipton and i was there until musseimi your and i think that is when things will we started changing is that when you were introduced to a game of football for the first time precisely muster the plans suffered a new or one play sooner and that was my first opportunity to do it so why was that so sarkoui was my love and i think our our oh something my bed mahadan common but it just wasn't just wasn't the sport of america and uh but football was and so it was kind of a way to get him as a way to develop social currency now um and i don't think it's wrong as just the way it is one of the key of the country that soccer cricket but in the markets for bull you know for a lot of kids who grew up in this country at a very early age they already have grandeur dreams of playing professional sports weather faith all other it's football leather its nba basketball did he believe once he was exposed to football that he had a future in the sport i don't know that he thought that he had a future but he definitely prayed for it once he was exposed to the game of football heat bad aged thirteen he told me that literally every day and night he would say a prayer that one day he could play in the nfl and i asked him the very question at what point did you think.

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02:06 min | 3 years ago

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"But it wasn't that long ago that he operated in a different field osama plato down for polls in two thousand nine and yet who's just walk walking over here and somebody said to a patient months the football player under under the bill gotta burst onto the nfl seen as an undrafted rookie with the packers in two thousand five and on november thirteen gatos birthday no less the ryan back scored three touchdowns against the falcons in his first career start sam john ford boy and then four weeks later he said it packers rookie singlegame record when he rushed for one hundred seventy one yards against the lions within fuel like professional football and it didn't feel like business but what he will planning for your hometown team the jazira pushing paolo gato fulfilled his nfl dream and played five seasons on four different teams and when he retired in two thousand ten he went running towards the dream that he's had since his first high school biology class a career in medicine so what's more difficult plane an nfl game are going through medicals this not even close not even close within can that a photo of the end of the day's just a game here now will you know or don't know can kill someone what treated the specialized field of anti it's very active is very hands on and you're in our operating when you're doing something with your hands and i think are one of something along those lines excuse for girls or gutters work has caught the eye of his supervisor dr jasser tim anna style.

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01:45 min | 3 years ago

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"I remember as an crude are among these among praying in us none london plan until when there are wasn't a frost as well as in the quickest or was in the smartest those in the strongest but not too many people are work me welcome to the esi featured podcast i'm jan ladder horror nfl running back fantine gado has lived and continues to live the american dream jato and his family emigrated to the united states from nigeria when he was nine years old he was a long shot to even play professional football soccer was actually is first love and he was introduced to football at the age of thirteen despite earning high school all state honors in south carolina twice you only started two games in four years a d one f c s liberty university then nearly seven months after not being selected in the nfl draft got oh found himself starting and taking handoffs from packers legendary quarterback brett far too many playing in the nfl is a dream come true but for sam kyw gato it was just the first step it's a filling a greater calling monday night count on reporter michelle buys murabak as the it's six thirty a m and dr sam con gato is doing his early morning rounds at st louis university hospital one of the many responsibilities for the third year resident working towards becoming an ent an ear nose and throat doctor roma supporter how're you doing on that not all movements in ramallah colleagues some understanding which you have in little difficulty who them yesterday.

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"Of this year there is a game in chicago and they will be go into the game so the big request and hope for steve is that brittany will wear this nowfamous bears dress at least two the tailgating uh before the game michelle i don't know about you but for me my sports fan them was passed on to me from my dad and i think that is like that for a lot of people and so it's so wonderful to see a story of a father sharing his love of a team at other franchise with his daughter and her reciprocating that in some way recognizing that this isn't just something that silly your you know something that she can't bond with him over she really ten of embrace that opportunity and i think that's the thing about this story that makes me smile the most is that sports and the chicago bears will always have a very special place in this family's heart yeah john i couldn't agree more you know this is the perfect example and perfect story of football and family coming together right and football is family so this one was a fun wanted to do well as a chicago native i can tell you the bears having given me much reason to smile lately i now agree even brittany story certainly has michelle beissner about thank you so much for sharing this charming story with us and thank you to all of you for listening to the sc featured podcast until next time i'm john ladder.

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