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Justice Says IRS Must Give Trump Tax Returns to Congress
"The long legal showdown over Donald trump's tax returns appears to be over the justice department says the treasury department must give the former president's returns to a house panel when trump was in office treasury chief Steven Mnuchin refused to hand over the returns saying house Democrats wanted them for partisan reasons the house ways and means committee sued saying it needed the records for a probe into whether trump complied with tax law while presidents have long release their returns trump said he couldn't do to an IRS audit he's carefully guarded details about things like relationships with foreign creditors and the government's Sager mag Connie at the White House
Trump Urged Justice Officials to Declare Election 'Corrupt'
"Hand written notes from a late December phone call underscore just how far then president trump went to try and stay in office the house oversight committee has released notes taken by a top justice department official who was on a call with the president and acting Attorney General Jeff Rosen according to the notes that then president told Rosen just say the election was corrupt and leave the rest to me and be our congressmen the December twenty seven call happened just days after Attorney General bill Barr resigned he'd said the justice department had found no evidence of widespread fraud that could have over towards the election results Sager mag Connie at the White House
CDC Team: 'War Has Changed' as Delta Variant Dangers Emerge
"Internal documents show the CDC is laying out the risks from the highly infectious delta variant documents obtained by The Washington Post appear to be talking points for the CDC to use in explaining the variance dangerous including the line it knowledge of the war has changed they know the delta variant causes infections more contagious than the flu small pox lady bola and acid faxes as chicken pox the documents say since January people who were infected after vaccination had made up an increasing portion of hospitalizations and in hospital deaths among those with coded nineteen while emphasizing the vaccines are still highly effective and that breakthrough infections are uncommon Sager mag ani Washington
US Consumers Boost Spending 1% as Inflation Remains High
"Americans spent more last month boosting an economic recovery that's now facing new virus risks the commerce department says consumer spending jumped by one percent in June more evidence consumers are driving the recovery throughout the pandemic Americans have spent on physical goods while hunkered down now they're shifting to spending on services like hair cuts and restaurants such spending rose one point two percent last month the raging delta variant is clouding economic prospects and economists have another fear one inflation barometer the fed closely tracks surged three and a half percent last month from a year earlier the fastest such twelve month surge in thirty years Sager made Ghani Washington
Biden orders tough new vaccination rules for fed government
"President Biden is ordering tough new vaccination rules for federal workers as the delta varied continue sweeping across the country in a somber address the president lamented that effective vaccines are available to all Americans yet people continue dying from covert nineteenth this American tragedy in a bid to boost flagging vaccination rates the president will require federal workers to attest that they been vaccinated war face mandatory masking testing and all the rules is also asking the Pentagon to look at adding the covert shots to vaccines troops are required to get it is urging state and local governments to offering one hundred dollars to people who get shots incentives and mandates we can make a huge difference and save a lot of lives Sager mag ani Washington
Mask Sales Start to Rebound Amid Surge, Guidance
"Masks sales are up again amid rising concerns about surging coronavirus cases a spot check of stores and other data sources shows more masks are being sold at retail analysts figure that'll continue after the CDC guidance this week that vaccinated people mascot be indoors in areas where cases are rising the adobe digital economy index says mask sales rose twenty four percent for the week ending Tuesday compared to the prior week they've been falling weekly since may as more people buy masks stores now face a challenge in figuring out how may need to stock given all the uncertainty over the pandemic's path Sager mag ani Washington
Biden to Allow Eviction Moratorium to Expire Saturday
"The buy did ministration will lead a nationwide ban on the vixens expire this weekend saying it has no option given a Supreme Court ruling the CDC put the ban in place last September and extended it to the end of this month to protect households behind on their rent due to the pandemic the White House says the president wanted it extended further but the High Court has ruled the moratorium cannot go past July without congressional action the administration says the president's urging lawmakers to act without delay to protect vulnerable renters and families Sager mag ani Washington
US Economy Surpasses Pre-Pandemic Size With 6.5% Q2 Growth
"A strong quarter of growth means the economy is now bigger than it was before the pandemic the economy grew at a solid six and a half percent annual rate from April to June spurred by vaccinations and government aid for the entire year the economy is expected to expand perhaps as much as seven percent which would be the biggest calendar year growth since nineteen eighty four other indicators are good as well consumer spending grew by nearly twelve percent last quarter but while the economy showing sustained strength a resurgent virus could weaken the recovery if consumers again hunker down and slow their spending Sager AMAG ani Washington
Biden to Launch Vaccine Push for Millions of Federal Workers
"President Biden is set to make a coronavirus vaccine announcement today that he hopes will set a model for employers around the country the president's expected to announce billions of federal workers must show proof they've been vaccinated or submit to regular testing plus stringent social distancing Maskey game travel restrictions it amounts to a recognition that the nation's biggest employer the federal government has to do more to boost vaccination rates amid a virus resurgence which the president blame squarely on those who have not been vaccinated endemic we have now is a pandemic in the unvaccinated a person familiar with the plan says it's not a vaccine mandates that those who decide to skip the shots are not at risk of being fired it's designed to give an example for private companies before workers returned this fall Sager made Ghani Washington
CDC Leader: Masks, Vaccination Could Halt Surge
"The CDC's chief hopes new mask wearing guidance can help ease the delta variants search soon Dr Richelle Wilensky says the guidance along with higher vaccination rates could do the trick in a couple of weeks telling CBS we can hold the chain of transmission Wilensky says she hopes more stringent mask wearing guidelines and other measures will be needed heading into the fall for now the CDC is advising even vaccinated people wear masks indoors in areas where the variance raging with Wilensky saying data indicate to those with a breakthrough infections could pass the virus to someone else the vast majority of infections are still in the unvaccinated Sager made Ghani Washington
Tourists or Terrorists? Officer Rejects GOP Lawmaker’s Characterization of Capitol Rioters
"As a house panel investigates the capital insurrection a Washington police officer has poked fun at one way Republicans have characterized the rioters at a hearing two months ago George's injury Clyde said those in the capital that day were orderly you would actually think it was a normal tourist visit while Clyde called them tourists terrorists pushed through the line and gauged us in hand to hand combat what do you call the attackers terrorists and what do you think about our colleagues who think we should call them tourists officer Daniel Hodges since first response yesterday to congressman Jamie Raskin was a joke that's what American tourists are like I can see why foreign countries don't like American tourists but after the laughter US code title eighteen part one chapter one one three B. isn't brown Hodges read how the law defines acts of domestic terrorism in part to affect the conduct of a government by mass destruction assassination or kidnapping Sager mag ani Washington
CDC changes course on indoor masks in some parts of the US
"The CDC is shifting course and recommending vaccinated Americans in parts of the country go back to wearing masks indoors the change came two and a half months after chief Richelle Wilensky said fully vaccinated Americans could go Maskell is seeing more indoor locales we have all long for this moment but yesterday Wilensky cited new information about the delta variant rare occasion some vaccinated people infected with the delta variant after vaccination may be contagious and spread the virus to others the new guidance applies to areas with at least fifty cases per one hundred thousand people in the last week some sixty percent of U. S. counties most new infections are still among unvaccinated people president Biden says his administration is considering requiring all federal workers to get vaccinated Sager mag ani Washington
Biden Considers Mandating Federal Workers To Be Vaccinated
"President Biden is not ruling out requiring all federal workers to be vaccinated against the corona virus earlier this week the V. eight became the first federal agency mandating all its healthcare workers get vaccinated after speaking at the nation's intelligence headquarters the president was asked if the mandate may extend to all federal employees under consideration right now but you're not actually you're not nearly as smart as I thought you were his spokeswoman had left open the possibility earlier saying the administration will keep looking at ways to both protect the work force and save lives Sager mag ani Washington
CDC Expected to Backpedal on Some Masking Guidelines
"The CDC is expected to back pedal on its masking guidelines two and a half months ago the agency eased its guidance for fully vaccinated people in most indoor settings you can show your mass but today director Richelle Beletsky CDC is expected to announce the fully vaccinated put the mask back on indoors in parts of the nation where the corona viruses surging due to the delta variants a federal official says the new guidance will come this afternoon several cities and towns have already restored their own indoor masking rules Sager mag ani at the White House
Jan. 6 Hearing Opens as Police Detail Violence, Injuries
"The house committee investigating January's capital Reid has opened its first hearing with a focus on officers who were attacked I reported for duty at the capitol as usual early on the morning of January six from Vera capitol police officer Harry don and three law enforcement colleagues described a day of horror writers breaching the building while beating officers I could feel my myself losing oxygen recall thinking to myself this is how I'm going to die defending the sanctions I had been beaten unconscious and remained so for more than four minutes at best I would collapse and be a liability to my colleagues at worst be dragged down the crowd and lynched the officers are testifying before a panel with just two Republicans appointed by speaker Nancy Pelosi GOP leader Kevin McCarthy stopped other members from taking part calling the investigation a sham Sager made on me at the White House
California, NYC to Require Employees to Get COVID-19 Vaccine
"On the city state and federal levels more Americans are being required to get cold at nineteen vaccines as the delta variants surges in California governor Gavin Newsom says it's no longer optional for government employees this is a requirement to prove event accentuated same deal in New York City mayor bill de Blasio says either get the shots or get tested once a week president Biden says the VA is now the first major federal agency requiring Kobe nineteen shots and all docs working and facilities are going to have to be vaccinated officials are encouraged acts in Asian rates are starting to rise again offering hope of those who were reluctant to are changing their minds Sager may got me at the White House
Vaccinations Rise in Some States With Soaring Infections
"The CDC says the numbers are stark the corona viruses delta variante is raging director Richelle Wilensky says the nation's averaging thirty eight thousand virus cases daily up fifty three percent from the previous week delta variant in spreading with incredible efficiency and is estimated to cost eighty three percent of cases it is one of the most infectious respiratory viruses Mauer and I've seen in my twenty year career Wolinsky says the CDC has not changed its mass guidance unvaccinated American should keep wearing them and get vaccinated the White House says vaccination rates are rising in some states where infection rates are soaring Sager mag ani Washington
Pelosi Says Jan. 6 Panel to Move Ahead Without GOP's Choices
"House speaker Nancy Pelosi says the committee investigating the capital insurrection will move ahead despite the GOP's vowed to boycott the probe pelo see say she will not let Republican antics de rail the pro yesterday she rejected two of GOP leader Kevin McCarthy's picks for the panel trump allies Jim banks ended GM jord the other two made statements and took actions that just made it's ridiculous to put them on such a committee seeking the truth it's unclear if closely will try to appoint other members to the panel McCarthy says it doesn't matter this is a sham committee that's just politically driven by speaker Pelosi he said the GOP may do its own probe though the majority does not have the power to set up committees Sager mag ani Washington
"sager" Discussed on The Essential Oil Revolution
"Home. Makeover dot com. So jill. You talk a lot about limiting beliefs in your in your work that you do and in your personal journey as well you. You feel like limiting Limiting beliefs in yourself was part of what was holding you back. Tell me more about that and and speak to the people out there who are going. No i don't have any limiting beliefs. i'm fine. i don't know what she's talking about but you know that they probably need to reexamine that. I was that person so anybody listening that saying no. This isn't going to pertain to me. i hear you. I was you about two years into my career. Because i i was like what limiting beliefs would i have. I want nothing but success and somebody called me out on it and they're like you know what i think you have a fear of success and i said how can i have rate of success. That's all i want. I want to be successful. Why why would i be. And they started to talk me through. Understanding what fears success was and it came out that i was afraid that success would mean that i would grow into somebody that i didn't like because at that time my views success was turning into some people who i saw a successful that i didn't necessarily align with certain things and so i was actually blocking myself from success because i didn't want to become what i thought success comment. What are some of those ways that you blocking yourself. I would say no to opportunities so if somebody was at hey. Do you have time for a phone call. I might have said no. I'm too busy for that. Or i don't have time right now. Get back to you or if they said. Hey i have a chance for you to come in and do a class at whatever it was i'd be like no that can't work that in and that may sound crazy but those little things where i said no to opportunities that would move me forward those removing beliefs in action because anything that was subconsciously working with stopping me from saying yes to things that would move me towards having not success which put me in an area where i would be uncomfortable because i'd be growing into somebody that i wouldn't want to grow into and once you had that realization of. Oh maybe i do. Have this limiting. Belief did that realization itself help push you passed it and change that habit or did you need other tools to help you get there. It really did. I am a person that if i see something that is stopping me from what i want. I'm going to. I'm gonna change it because obviously that's in my control right so life is happening for me so even though i have is limiting belief that was happening for me to recognize it so then i could help other people say. Hey if you have these same fears whether it's europe's success you're a failure. You don't feel good enough. You don't have a big enough social media presence. You don't look the part you don't have whatever it is. If you have a limiting belief. I can show you that you can get through that because guess what i had one. It was a big one. And i decided to get through it and to help. Other people understand that. They're limiting beliefs are only they get to control whether or not it's going to stop them is so powerful and i when that light goes off in their eisner. Wait a minute. I've been the only one stopping me from success. So that means that. I can control being successful like exactly. And that's just a real powerful moment. I wanna give a shout to believe essential oil for a second. Because i have a really struggled. Exactly what you're talking about that. Fear of that fear of success which i think does sound a little crazy for people that haven't experienced that. But you know if you have a business like me. I have my podcasts in it. it's done really well and there's been moments where it's done really really well and it's opened up lots of opportunities to talk to people or so yes to this and i have seen myself do exactly what you're talking about where i say now out of fear and at the time i told myself it was because i didn't have the time but i know full well that it was because no i was scared. I was scared. I was scared that it was gonna turn my life into this crazy. Chaotic thing or that. I wasn't deserving of it or it wasn't capable or smart enough of it and it was really scary and my friend told me to really focus on believe believe in yourself and the blend believe it's made out of Balsam fir coriander Got bergamo in it frankencense. Which you've talked a lot about and i to who blue spruce which is one of my favorites. It really helped me. I would put it on my wrist. Put it in my diffuser and my office and just that focusing of my brain on believe believe in yourself believe that you can do it and to have that belief that mental state linked with an essential oil with a sent it really creates a powerful changes in your mind am curious if you use essential oils in a similar way. If we've seen other people use them in a similar way. It's funny that you bring up believe because that's one oil that my mom actually used. She was starting a new position on her job. And and we were just talking about things. And i was doing a little research and i said you have to put believe on your ears and said what. I'll do anything at this point because she kept going into work and she just should so much fear about going into this position and doing what she needed to do. And every day from that moment until she retired last march she was putting believe her ears and she said that it made such an impact on her ability to show up in confidence and that was really neat to watch. That happened to my mother. Yeah that's a beautiful story. I that a little confidence can go miles into change in your life. So jill for people who are kind of having a hard time right now with the chaos out there or or really resonating with this message of believing in themselves or getting past these limiting beliefs. What's where should they start. What something they can do right now today to push them forward in their lives. That's a great question. Because i think people like to stay stuck because it's easy or comfortable to stay with those limiting beliefs and not look in the mirror. Say yeah but what are my strengths. It's easier to say. I don't have x. y. or z. So i can't be successful. And i actually have a little activity. It's called three days three people and we can just run through now real quick. It's a fun reflection. Do you wanna do that love to do that. And i just want to reiterate really quickly what you just said. Which is that. Some people like to stay stuck. It's easy to stay stuck i. This has been the revelation for me this year. Of just how true that is of how powerful how strong your brain is to fight back against change and and that's not to say that everyone who's listening right now has to change you don't have to constantly be searching for change and pushing yourself forward like you know. The the cycle of personal development sometimes can get a little out of balance. But i'd say the majority of people if you really ask yourself am i. Fighting against change is my brain to comfortable because we like to be so comfortable that we really can lose out on becoming a stronger version of ourselves which i believe if if people can learn how to step into that stronger version of themselves they really can experience life with more happiness more confidence more success more of the good things that we all deserve. So yeah i just wanted to say that quickly.
"sager" Discussed on The Essential Oil Revolution
"Open to all like the infamous. And i'm gonna use that. Bold word infamous grow facebook group. Amazing if you're not a part of it already you have to join. It's just. I'll let you explain the grow group a little bit more gel here in a second Thank you so much for coming onto the show so excited that you're here are you. It is just an honor to be here so thank you. I'm doing well. I'm enjoying the day. The kids are outside riding their bikes. And so it's a good day. That's awesome well before we dive in. I want you to explain the grow. Facebook group a little bit. Because that's actually how i was introduced to you. I was talking to one of my colleagues. We were sort of. Strategizing are essential oils businesses. And just talking about things. And she's like well i just i kind of lost my steam a little bit. I felt like i didn't really know what to do. And then i found jill sagerska grow group in it like saved my life and says she introduced that to me. And that's how. I met you in in a roundabout way and grow. It was actually formed. Because i had so many people coming up to me and saying hey can can. We talk about x. Y. or z. And i didn't have all the answers. And i realized if i bring my friends together and we could just put a group where it was a big think tank that you poured in your strengths and imported mind than we could serve young living on like a bigger capacity and if anybody needed any ideas they could just find it there and feel welcomed and that it wasn't. Oh you're not a part of of what i do but more come sit at the table and share what you have and we can all grow together and that's where it was. It was actually only supposed to be thirty day little hustle group and we just turned it into something bigger than i love when those those kind of things happen. You know you if you have something good and you're sharing than it's just gonna naturally grow and i do feel like when you focus on lifting others. That's where true growth happens and so much just love occurs. I think it's beautiful. So jill for someone who focuses so much on personal development. I'm curious how twenty twenty was for you. I really love this question. I'm going to say it was a giant test. And i like to say. In retrospect that like i passed for a while in the beginning of twenty twenty. I think i was in the mindset that everything was happening to me but as i started to really reflect uncovered that life was actually happening for me. That twenty twenty was a benefit and a series of tests. In what was i going to do with the information on the things happening. So twenty twenty. It actually turned out to be one of the best years. And i'm not saying just financially i'm saying emotionally and just took me to a different level of personal development that i feel like i was a better person coming out of twenty twenty then when i started I think a lot of us unexpectedly experienced a lot of what you're talking about. I can definitely relate you know twenty for how much kind of crap it got on a pr standpoint. I had so much good. Come out at twenty twenty as well. And i think a lot of us needed a sort of forced change. We needed like thrown at us to be like all right. Let mia reexamine lemme re-focus so jill. You use your own words here part of your brand. Would i love that. You're someone who in your words got your crap together. So i wanna know. How did you get your crap together. We'll in its. But there's no other way that i can explain it because everybody just feels like they have so many things going on like. How'd you get it together. And when i started realizing that life was really happening for me not against me. I started to see everything as opportunities like my kids. They were in school but now we had the virtual school and then that actually turned into home schooling and then my husband who normally was gone two weeks out of the month. He was now working fulltime from home. I wasn't traveling link. It was such a big change and for a period of time it was. This is all happening to me. The crops hitting the fan. What do i do. And i started to look at everything as this is for me. So now how do i make this work for all of us. And so i had my priorities so i i looked at everything was taken away from me and this is interesting because many people don't think about it in these terms but if my business was taken away from me my friends my family my husband if it was just me where would i be. And that was the beginning. It was like a defining moment in early summer and twenty twenty and i realized like if i chose my priorities and i started to fill those in the right order i would have more of balance and i think about it as a pile of rocks pile rock on top of a p right like you want a solid rocket the bottom and then to build on top of that in before that i was making my life really unbalanced was putting my priorities in the wrong order i was putting bigger rocks on top of smaller rocks and it was just causing the to follow her and so how i got my out together with. I realized my priorities..
"sager" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show
"Six of US roll. All. Right. Let's go. Let's go who is the coach with the hottest seat after two weeks that Patricia? Followed by Dan or Dan Quinn followed by Matt Patricia. I'd go plan Quinn because it's becoming commonplace and their teams better supposed to be better Dan Quinn that I think that Adam. Gates. On the hot seat I think that Mike Zimmer even got a contract is going to be on it and know Anthony Lynn if they continue depending on the decision about four or five guys, but the hottest seat belongs in either Detroit or Atlanta. Yeah and I don't think as if they if they suck this year and get the first pick, I don't know if Adam gasoline coach. Yeah. The those were my three three or locks. Yeah, it was it was Quinn. Patricia was Adam Jason and. I know and it's going to be hard now to justify it. But I haven't really liked what I saw just from all off-season everything being said and so far this year the giants with Joe Judge I don't just it'll just be too soon to fire him after one year but I haven't loved all we've seen shutting down. Shutting down practices and he seems a little bit militant from right sounds like doesn't have a lot of. Doesn't have any head coaching skins in the It sounds like another bill belichick disciple it's coming in and going to be capping dictator try to be like the Guy I patricia kind of Detroit. Well, try to be like somebody that there's only one guy that's proven. He can be like that. It's him and quite, and I'll tell you what when it comes to allow US coaches to coach. He actually is more flexible as he's gotten older ballot check on about he's adjusted, but he's one of the great adjusters apparently the only guy that's. It seems to be the only guys head coach. That's got a chance to have great success right now from his tree is brand Flores. They're doing some really good thanks there. So we will see how this goes but. There is absolutely no question Joe Judge has got a lot of now. He doesn't have a lot of players. So that's why they'll give him another year and he lost your best player and Saquon Barkley for the year with the ACL but. Did he rubbed. Remember think about it when judge came in and when Matt Patricia came within about a week they rub people the wrong way. In the locker room, the media, not that didn't mean but a good relationship you don't have to kiss ass but it's okay to have a good relationship with people in the media, the beat writers that going to be there every day, and it's almost like you wanna be like they want to be combative need to be combative just do your job and coach people the greatest thing about ballot check he's made sure that everything in that building stays in the building. and. He's been consistent at least you know what you're getting from him. Hell I'm shocked I'm seeing Bill Belichick do subway commercials that jet starts to tell that right loosened a little bit older age. It is. So at this lead, just see him in those commercial I'm like you bastard man. Let's say that it just keeps going off the rails for the giants and they do end up with the number one point you think it could be all Cam Cam Cameron when the Miami got one lost them all shipped him out. What's his name There's cardinals coach. Clifford now called the one that was just fired before Kingsbury one year wilks. Wilks it same kind of thing. But you know, let's just say it falls apart and they go one in fifteen and they get the first pick. They'RE GONNA pay Trevor Lawrence they're going to. Want Joe Judge? Beginning. Jason Garrett Handling Trevor Lawrence well, selfishly F- just for the NFL. Them even though he may not take you know what I'd do I turn around and it look at a night. Say. Hey dabble y'all come with him. Right and you know what? When did the giants become the jets? For. The last couple of years. New York have all these teams that were like always single has. From the Knicks, they all have something surrounding them when it comes to a little bit of chaos. The Yankees are the teams that are is the team that has constantly in the play offs, get them that but they have all kinds of other issues but I just look at you know. But here's the thing if they got the normal impek and everybody stays what shock you. Dave. CATTLEMEN's like Daniel Jones's my guy and I'm either trade now or I'm taking the. Doesn't get it. The Oregon left tackle and we're GONNA protect them. I would expect right. So that's I mean. I've talked to a couple of giants fans recently that just they despise everything Dave gettleman does and. They already are have been rubbed the wrong way from Joe Judge and they're just hating life right now here's what you have to do if you're going to be. and. When I say combat it if you're going to have that you have to win. quickly. You can't. If you don't win quickly I mean a lot of people here don't appreciate are like the Abrasiveness that bill brings to the table. That's part of the problem here and I mean Daniel Jones. He. Hasn't. He's had some nice moments. But he's still got a lot to show to show that he's an NFL quarterback. Jones the problem is Daniel. Jones can't carry a team unless he's got great player right now he's just not good enough to do that. He had twelve interceptions in his rookie year in eighteen fumbles. And this year he's already had I think four interceptions and two fumbles I really I after all he went through, they blamed everybody was on him for them drafting him like. I really want him to succeed. I have a bad but I'm not sure how much he can overcome. Without good players around him. Yeah. I'm just not right. Sexy. Got A couple more Walmart. 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"sager" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show
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"sager" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show
"And that ice. Cool. That sounded good when you pop that open. Watch. Nine always. All right. So how long this flash floods those supposed to continue Had ever, my phone was extended another four hours but I think it's GonNa be extended all day. So that means I don't Friday I don't need to be a meteorologist appears it's to rain all day. Clouds. Those Cumulus Nimbus these are definitely serious and. and. You know those are those are that it's GonNa rain clouds heiress. Xm satellite radio nuts no. Serious black from Harry Potter. There you go. Only reason unless because we had to watch Harry Potter against. Harry Potter, guarantee it guarantee errol never will either. Cliff notes about every six months. I'm ask can we watch Harry Potter? Hall of them don't hate. They're selling seven of them. What about Harry Potter? Remember never seen Harry Potter. The Star. Wars. Star Wars. I'm telling you watch stores actually finally watched them all nine good way to step up your game finished. I finished the last two is on the that long flight back from London that's all I did was watch star wars movies I gotTA. Say let me Gargle. Some. Oh. There you go. Jack. I imagine how I feel with that is nobody right down just drove on When we say the word Fart O-. That's how I feel about you say that. All? That was not that was a dry heave gentleman. Throat dry heave shoe is not. Allowed to talk of questions. Aren't you got man let's just start here. Oh. Okay. There you going to sure you isolate than the Biggest surprise player in the NFL so far this year good or bad Josh Allen? Most. IMPROVED BIGGEST SURPRISE I don't know if it's the biggest surprise but I think that his progress is progress some like say and his leadership the way he's grasping it I think Josh Allen is is Having A. Phenomenal, start the I don't go josh out I'm going to give him some love. God see that's that's probably a great pick right there how about Calvin Ridley First two games this season hundred, thirty, yards, hundred, nine yards, two touchdown catches the. Navy's finally going to take that leap from great or you know good second guy too I know number one like I think was expected to at some point. Did you think? That's a good choice. So two of them yeah, okay. I was GONNA say Josh Allen. A good surprise. I think because I think a lot of people were writing them off but he's playing really really well to start the season is. The guy out in. La Jared Goff you just he's come out that has come out. And I mean. All of them are in they're all stepping up in different ways, and if one guy doesn't show up another guy does and I would definitely say, Jared Goff. there. He may very well be. He the most underrated story in the NFL right now, the way he's playing, he looks revitalized and they're playing out of their mind. For sure it calls the three good ones I like all three of those right who is the team? We most overrated to start the year and then underrated. Rams I underrated heavily that was my underrated as well Rams Rams for me and I'm going to stick with it although I know how good they can be. and. I know they're personnels great. But the hype said thirteen three clear cut champion. Now we may have said San Francisco that's not fair. Those injuries we we don't have a chance to judge San. Francisco. It's the New Orleans saints I don't think the saints are fourteen thirteen, win team I think the saints we're GonNa have to scramble to win the division I do even though they beat new in. Tampa early I think we I had them. Oh my gosh. His team so good. There are legitimate I think that. I think. Playoffs yeah. They may win the division when I say overrated they were on the chiefs ravens level they ain't right now i. Think. They're a little overrated. I could easily say for myself the Texans because I said that they'd win the division but I will say the box and it has nothing to do with the players around them to. Tom's look. Okay. Great. But I, think that the early return is that it's just okay. I think maybe that division as a whole because of those two teams, the top is we're expecting it'd be like contenders. Maybe. Maybe it's a a division that gets a couple of playoff teams and one of them's ten and six of one, thousand seven. Good call. For me. Rams underrated for sure the over eighteen for me is the eagles. I had them in the playoffs as a wildcard. I think we all might have. But yeah, because I, I actually did the the sin pick the cow, right So. I mean just they look nothing like a playoff team right now and it's just been a disaster. From the opening game, they were up seventeen nothing and then lost twenty seven seventeen to the reds to the Washington football team, and it's just gone downhill since so I'll say the eagles. Right. Who are your three teams with the best shot at the number one pick? Jets. Yes. They'll be on everyone's list. Yeah. They're the jet easy on there. Back..
"sager" Discussed on Genre Junkies | Book Reviews
"All right, welcome back to the show Riley Sager author of home before dark. Welcome back! There thank you for having me. Yes. We are at the world to have you back we. Love talking to you and your work is so much fun and you are type of person. The Horror Disney hybrid, the the rare breed. It's such like people don't think those two things are compatible, but I think they're very compatible and a cat. Explain why, but there seem to be quite a few of us out there. Who Love like you know both scream at frozen. That's like you don't need to choose. You can love them both absolutely I. Don't know I feel like we're leading some sort of a revolution for for more us to come forth. Yes come out, it's fine, we all you can. You can like Freddy and Jason and Elsa. We are weird and we accept you. While so any way, this is very exciting that you're joining us because you are promoting as Scott, said your new book home before dark, and we aren't going to try to keep this interview spoiler free if we possibly can so that people have a little bit of teaser before they haven't quite finished the book yet. Please okay so I'M GONNA to kick it off because something that was really really on my mind during this in the last novel in a lot of your books, the building or the home is a character. Can you tell us how architecture inspires your work? I think it starts from the fact that I grew up in the most boring house on the planet like. No offense to my parents and the house they still live in. It just was. It was a ranch house with white siding and really nothing interesting about it. And, so as a kid I just wanted stairs. Like having a second floor was like this big. Oh my gosh, the second floor! HOW COOL EXOTIC! So really was so I think a lot of this obsession with like architecture and real estate stems from that I just grew up in his boring white box, and all my life long for something more than that so. I love old buildings I love old houses. I love the history behind these places and I think that definitely comes out sometimes in the things I write about. was that was that Ranch House haunted? It was not there were some mice in the attic. Though that I would hear Gretna night scratching around over my bed. That's creepy. You really can sound like footsteps. Sometimes, they're scary. It was it was something like that I. Didn't think it was weird at the time. Because when you're a kid, you know what's weird like this is your world and so I didn't realize it till later. Like. Hey, maybe it was weird. Go to sleep, listening select little pitter-patter of mice feet over. Are you like like an HDTV person as well. Our lead character in this book is a Renovation River reservationists i. don't know what you would say. She does homes. She i. She's she flips. It really was part of that because like I came up with the idea for the book, and in completely like coincidental timeline, as I was writing the book, my husband and I decided..
"sager" Discussed on KTKR 760AM
"It with the Sager see what we know so far on the show tonight what's going on to say well instead of not watching the Korean baseball and cable tonight have you noticed that FS one is now carrying Australian rules football I want you to right now I'm I'm not sure how it's played but I'm I'm watching right now you know it is in the second half at north Melbourne on a sunny Sunday afternoon it is live and the season in mid March was cut right after they'd started week one so I think this is literally only the second or third game per team they just restarted this week but FS one does have forty as they call it down under and meanwhile ESPN had the UFC fight night again at their production facility at the offices in Vegas I said it last week on the show I'll say it again I in no way say anything bad about American company trying to get something on TV especially this year makes the money go for it and even match ups that don't look good on paper can wind up being entertaining but man they are really plowing through card after card here the U. S. seed no matter what they can throw on the screen tonight the main event the number one contender involved Jessica hi with a record of now fifteen and eight after losing a unanimous decision to Cynthia Calvi and it was she who was one of the three fighters who missed weight yesterday social lose part of her prize money so proudly knife fight they can ask may well stay tuned I was kind of sounds like it sounds like the Arnie Spanier of MMA like no one's quite sure how she gets the air time kind of like RT would be eight and fifteen just the opposite it's you know I don't know they're not gonna get good ratings but congratulations you have something there because as is plain as day to everybody it's just the S. P. N. has just gone in the tank with ratings the last three weeks because unlike sports radio which can thrive in this without live games ESPN without live events and then the programming around that the programming around that has suffered badly example Wednesday night you had NASCAR with a rare Wednesday night Cup series race from Martinsville on FS one ESPN picked up the MLB draft first round the NASCAR on FS one got one point seven million and I baseball got four hundred thirty thousand on ESPN why and that rating of four hundred thirty thousand viewers was actually ESPN's largest audience for any week day program in the last three weeks compare that to like the ratings and that's like NBA or NFL draft it's not a it's crazy it's a lower rating than the NBA finals replace that ABC was giving on weekends before it's like a third of the replays of the Jordan documentary that ABC has been doing its best they are tanking badly forget the whole cord cutting which was already a problem for cable channels this is they can't wait for games to return you got anything is it life will put it on Saturday morning they had people weight lifting logs and my pick up basketball game yeah anyway then we had the baseball news tonight's which of course is tonight right before your show that it breaks but they've in the union has ended negotiations for this season and as our canned Rosenthal said in the athletic now both sides could be filing a grievance in the event no agreement is reached and we're not expecting an agreement it wouldn't impede play of course MLB could still just implemented short season and we'll have games in twenty twenty but he writes that the unions likely a grievance would suggest well baseball didn't make best effort to play as many games as possible this year and then the league would suggest well the union didn't engage in good faith negotiations about the economics of this board if game right laid without fans it was tonight and one of the letters from the union people that said to and of course it was long but among the things that it said you cannot seriously contend that that agreement from back in March to discuss the economic feasibility of games without fans in any way means that we agree to further pay cuts for games without fans I one thing I would say and both sides are in the wrong and this is just ridiculous but one thing against the players union they keep saying further pay cuts like they've done a whole lot already they actually are acting like Brady Quinn actually brought this up a former football union member the hot spot of actually feeling on that just because they're say half a season's worth of games and get what you only get half your salary they consider like wow okay so that's one concession we gave you I would say that all right what are your what planet are you living in in the year twenty twenty that you don't get a Pat on the back for that if there were games tomorrow in baseball I would try and find a way to show up just so I could do both sides now I'm sure all of this with fans it will calm down by the time first week of August rolls around and there are games because you'll be coming down first week of August there probably won't be teams for games but ridiculous on both sides I said the same thing all right the Sager thank you very much two hours in the books the.
"sager" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Bag everybody knows that Sager make ani Washington the city of Austin is creating a brand new division with full time employees to focus on helping the homeless the homeless services division will have three full time staffers combining to act as a single point of contact for all things related to homelessness assistant city manager Chris shorter says they should streamline coordination with outside groups also making sure that priorities associated with that management direction and policy direction council has given are aligned he says this three person divisions duties will mirror that a former homeless strategy officer lower Campello Harris she was hired with a six figure salary last year to act as home was our only to step down a month later or contract officially ran out back in December Patrick Osborne newsradio kill the Jetta registration efforts of added one million new people to the Texas voter rolls sixteen million Texans registered to vote also marks an eight percent jump over just the past year doubled registration numbers maybe for the first time ever are out pacing gross population growth these are folks already leave here and are getting registered many for the first time Charlie Bonner's with move Texas dot org the group's goal is to make young people more cynically games which include voter registration thousands of activists have gone out to the field to register her friends it may first about your signature huge crowds well in this number so reflective that capital quiz fox news radio okay LBJ last year Austin transportation planners were talking about the idea of a Hyperloop that's a to be using magnets security train cars at very high speeds virgin his name the Dallas area of finalists to test out one of these systems Michael Morris with the north central Texas council of governments says Texas is a natural choice for traveling in Texas today but don't have a driver we may be the first state in the country to get high speed rail we're working on may and helicopters invasions that line stretching all the way to Mexico it would have multiple stops along the way including in Austin eight thirty three AM here's Austin's on time traffic with Melinda branch we continue with slick streets having congestion and this rack going east seventy one westbound right at one eighty three that continues to cause a delay back past seven nine seventy three also an injury collision reported on one eighty three north found at Loyola good news for those of you traveling through cedar park it out around on one eighty three a south on Avery ranch has cleared.
"sager" Discussed on Phil's Philosophies
"Did you know I didn't know any of this stuff at all. I really thought. Oh you know Dean Sager Normal Normal Childhood. Yeah yeah normal life and here. I am learning more about you today at something incredible. So then I'm thinking about maybe your college college years you come to college your friends say Oh. I'm going to go home for the weekend and everybody's like aren't you going to go home John and you're like well. Aw I don't know if I'd rather go what was like Thanksgiving and Christmas. What was that like for you thanksgiving? Luckily I had some really good friends And so I spent some time. Some of the brakes with them I worked a lot. I stayed at the time the The dorm did not close down at Christmas. Time like it does now so I worked thanksgiving. I Work Christmas. I put in back back then. You could put in twelve hour days. I worked the night shift has a student. Yeah our ASS. Yeah and so I would work the whole night shift and then Oh I forgot how many hours I did one Christmas. It was a bunch but I would work breaks and the summers as well I would either do camp or work work here and And I would get invited but I needed to make money. I felt early on that there. It wasn't there was support back home but I didn't feel like I wanted that support. Sure I wanted. I wanted my own thing I wanted to do it. It on my own and so that entailed a lot of extra work to get that money and stuff. So wow so. It's almost like you were Kinda itself raising a lot of different ways in the books that you read probably helped to raise you. I would say so I would. I would say early on in my life. The books more companion now. I'm a bit more Choosey Z.. As far as trying to edify myself to better myself So I include those books now but early audit was more Story Three And that kind of got me through without being so lonely High School I I was at home but when we we moved to Florida when I got into the eighth grade and I turned fourteen pretty soon after and as soon as I turn fourteen I went to work not because my parents asked me to but I wanted it was too quiet at the house is very quiet place place and I had not connected with them so I went to work at a hospital nearby so I went to school. I liked school not so much the classes. Although there are a few that I loved but I like the fact spend hours out independent with friends and The same with work work at work. There is a couple of cooks there and I worked in the cafeteria in hospital and and They would bring. I remember one WanNa because brought this big fish one day that he had just caught and he was making it in this pan when there was time and and it was whole and the had the I N had Yeah I mean he had cleaned it but it was. It was whole and he made that and he made it beautifully ceautiful. I remember it tasted so good. Share that with May so those were little type families to me. So where were you went. You had a bit of a community community yes home yes and I think at that time it was sure I had my friends but friends are your friends but you need that older kind of mentorship a little bit. And that's what took place at that hospital. They they took me under their wings and shared stuff with me. So yeah I mean where you don't get something in someplace if you're open to it you're gonNA find it in another place. I I think. That's actually a powerful lesson because it's easy for people like me to sit back and be like well. I didn't have a father growing up so that means I am forever. I'm a failure for forever right and instead I feel like even when I haven't meant to each place that I go I might look at that older male who might be similar to me it starts sharing start going back and forth with each other that kind of thing and I even realized. What a blessing that is? I mean it's it's terrible not not to have a a mother and father in the typical sense of the word who love you and know how to love you But I tell you the way it has opened the fact that all of that happen has opened up many relationships that I don't think I would ever sought out in my life now and and In some ways my life is richer because of it in other ways like trying to rectify that it has been harder but as as far as meeting people and finding mentors outside of the home. He had that wouldn't have happened. Otherwise so you mentioned your Uncle Jack who of course we we now is your your actual father. He didn't reveal himself until adulthood. It was I think I was maybe Etienne the third grade where he that was revealed to me in my he and my mom Actually got married at at that time so that was why it was revealed to me again. Very confusing I was still only nine years old. It was it's very confusing And I didn't really except I like okay. Here's the fact but yeah you're not my dad type I say how And so it was very. It was very internal childhood within the home. It was very internal like I was in my room. I was in my books. I was daydreaming in the backyard But I wasn't interacting interacting with my with my parents Outside of it outside of the house Probe I was a quieter guy but I wanted to interact which was kinda surprising in a way. When you think about it you would think could be a kind of closed off everywhere but For me personally I was. I was open to relationships outside of the home but not always real good at them. That's the thing because of that. I wanted them but because I wasn't really shown or given a lot of that except very early on I wasn't necessarily great at relationships and that manifest it more is self more as I got older because of course relationships get more complex. That's extremely interesting. It's almost as if you had wanted. You did want a relationship with people around you that the same time. It was so hard for you to maybe open up to other people everyday people. I'm sure we're always laughing and smiling around you. You wanted to be a part of that yes you were just like. I got some heavy stuff even when you're a child you don't think I have heavy stuff you're just like I'm not feeling up to it. Yeah and that's very astute of you. It was in those moments where you're around friends that they're laughing and cutting up and one person is maybe super gregarious. That's when it was difficult it wasn't it wasn't a quieter moments or whatever because you know you all those insecurities insecurities come out in those in those ties. Because you like me. I I need to be part of this. I need to be part of what makes other people laugh. And yet that wasn't coming coming natural so yes very astute sometimes when there's laughter all around you it can be a little bit scary for you really really really jarring. I'm sure I'm just imagining you being in just fourth grade third fourth grade and everybody's laughing around you and you're sitting there too this little quiet thinking. Wow people are able to joke around and beat her free right and say you know when I go home to mom and dad. I'm getting ice cream at because I got an aide today in class. Right right right. Wow Yeah instead you went home and it was like I got an Ale my spelling test today. You say to yourself in Game Room. Yeah Yeah it was. Ah quiet time at home. My parents worked at night. That was part of it as well. so during the day they were sleeping mostly so your father was pastor at this point. I don't know that That changed Because things came out and so he went back to school for nursing. Wow and became a out at that time an LPN. I don't even know if that exists anymore man. Yeah it's licensed practical nurse registered nurse and now that the LPN has been cycled out. Now that's what he became and he worked in the hospitals and they and and they both worked at night which like I said. They slept most of the day and then they were gone at night. So you know I was. I was at home alone alone at night. Just you just you so as you got older and you you came to college because you weren't really talking to your parents. It's much or even probably looking at them and they can you know I want to be just like my dad or my mom. What made you choose the career that you're doing right now? I would say and this is gonNA sound a little cliche but my dean at Forest Lake Academy was a quality individual A he was a strong man physically emotionally. He's confident but in this really quiet way so he wasn't off pudding. He was approachable. All and He was he was this strong later. But like I said he's soft spoken so I felt comfortable around him You know they were times where I was disobeying the rules of the dorm and he was just very generous in his Patients and And I saw that. He enjoyed himself he. He seemed to enjoy the guys he hung out with us. He had US over for lunches and and at his house His wife partnered with him and made their home accessible to us. He knew things about us that I was always surprised that he knew because he was this observant and So I think that had to be a large part of what eventually brought me back to the idea of denying because because going to college I had no idea I didn't I didn't know except that this was the next step so did you. What did you pick as your major when you were here for four years five years I was here? Total of five years I took a year out and and came back I didn't know what I wanted to take. I started out with the. Oh and that changed. Really quick. The the allergy yes and that change range quick so I ended up just because I didn't know a career path and I didn't know what I wanted to do. I ended up taking classes that I just enjoyed which was which were history classes in English classes. Mostly but I actually ended up with a history and religion degree. Oh so you've got a a double major yes. I was very close with my religion because I stayed in that for a year and a half because they just didn't know what else so I was picking up a Lotta history classes at the time as well so I ended up close enough to do both so. Did you think when you graduated graduated. I guess I'll just go get my certification albeit teacher. No I didn't want to be a teacher. I took those classes because I enjoy. I enjoy the topics But I I knew that I did not want to be a teacher. Not I didn't WANNA be in that setting and that's similar to pastor. I didn't want to be in that. I got had a preacher's sermon every week setting It just didn't feel right. It felt uncomfortable So no I did not want to be a teacher church. The only reason I probably became a dean other than what I was telling you earlier about my Dean High School is that I took a year route. I went back to force lake. The same dean was there as when I was a student there so I worked for him for a year and found out out that this was something that I could do. I felt comfortable enough in in the residence hall setting..
"sager" Discussed on Phil's Philosophies
"Welcome back to another episode fills fills philosophies. I'm your host Philip Warfield and. I'm so glad that you've joined me. This is a podcast all about this twenty year old. Still trying to figure out what he wants to do with the rest of his life. So today I'm interviewing one of my mentors and friends. His name is John Sager. He's been a dean here at my university's men's dorm for many years but he's also served as a mentor mentor from me. Why I've been trying to figure out my journey? He's always in my corner. He's rooting for me. I've always wondered how somebody like him manages to become dean. And all the crazy stories stories we must hear every day. So what if I became dean later in life. Thanks for being on the show Dean Sager. It's a pleasure or we appreciate you coming on by so all summer. Because I've been working here with you you and I have been talking about books and all kinds of different art. Talk to me a little bit about your love for history and talk to me about what you're reading right now and how you choose your books all that good stuff. We'll history was to me growing up and escape There was a lot out of kind of loneliness in in my childhood so books were very important to me and my grandmother actually will probably get into this later but My foster grandmother used to read to me and read books probably win over my head at the time and they were history bugs. They biographies biography. is very young but I learned to love books that they could be companions to me and stuff. So that's where my love of history came from In books the same thing I remember young childhood I went to libraries because free books and I could hang out out there and feel safe there and He had books in the middle of in the middle. The Nile in the library. I love that kind of thing. So that's kind of where I learned to love books I read. There's is a lot of things not just history but a variety of things as far as art art. I don't know where that came from. Fill up I think it stemmed from there's Sometimes void award in my heart. Avoid in my life and I feel it through these creative avenues and it helps me through that time of avoid and is therapeutic for me and and of course once you get a little bit better anything than it becomes joy in another way as well so wow I really like that. especially that it's artists therapeutic for you. Reading is like your companion and you said you mentioned a foster stir grandmother. Yes yes she was. I went my my dad. Had An affair with my mom and he it was a pastor and a little bit of a hush hush thing at the time were and so they They arranged for me to live in a foster stor home and that home was hit. That home was amazing. Phillip it was. It was a blessing in that it was a loving safe place but it was curse curse in that when I was taken out of. That is very confusing. It was very Uprooting and at the time as as a child I think goes around six years old it was a little bit of a tra- betrayal of trust that I felt even towards towards my foster family even though it wasn't their fault I know that now but I know yes. I didn't know why I was pulled pulled out of that. I thought it was their idea at the time. So but the families self was was wonderful. I call them GRANDPA and grandma and they had probably seven or eight kids in the in the house. My GRANDPA took Huntin I was little Ah I don't even think he shot anything. When we went the whole point was to kind of hang out in the woods and be together? He had woodshop And even talking talking this through. I'm realizing that he probably had a lot to do with my my love for creative things because he did have a woodshop he restored award antiques. he would cut blocks of wood for made a play with and to create things with here a big vegetable garden. I hung out there a lot so he worked with his hands going. Yes exactly exactly even if it was just vegetables or something like that for him. It was art. He was Helping to create something and that's a good point. Yes I believe he was a creative person as well and those happen to be the avenues where that came out of Mazo it was a it was a very good home What was difficult? Was the uprooting from that home. So where was all this. This was up in Ohio towards the north a little town called Thompson Ohio. It's not too far from the Great Lakes. So we're pretty far north and Very Idyllic Alec until I turned around six Like I said there was always children around so it was a lot of lot of fun and They created a home that felt very safe and had a lot of activities going on and It was it was just. I still keep in touch with with with parts of the family to this day while and I haven't you know actually lived with them since I was six years old but I've found gone back to visit done the wedding things and the funeral things over the years But yeah it was like I said a beautiful full-time but it made leaving very difficult and did you leave around like seventeen eighteen. No I was six. I was about seven years old when I was pulled out of the home and and now I know that my parents pulled me out and they put me into another foster home to this day. I don't really know why I never felt like I wanted to ask. I never felt like I needed to ask. I never wanted to know from them from my from my mom and dad but a house put it in another foster home for about a year and it was very different. It was a lot of yelling A A lot of intense chaos Anything wrong there's never any physical abuse but the verbal abuse was pretty Intense I remember one time. I probably did something wrong but I was. I hid under the bed. I went deep under the bed. Ed and way back in the corner and I remember as I look back. It's almost like a picture of a dog scared dog go go into the underneath the bad and yeah and You know there was a lot of like I said a lot of yelling reaching in there trying to grab me that kind of thing so it was. I would say that from that moment for a very long time. I shut down because I I was there for a year and then my parents took me and I knew my mom was my mom because she visited me on occasions which was which was kind of That wasn't all that was very It was awkward. I'm sure it was painful. It was like A. Why are you here when you could just take me back home with you right well? It was awkward in the fact that I wanted to go back to my family shore. The foster was my family that really raised that. Ah Yes that was who I considered family. This lady was a stranger to me and and I'm sure that her her as well as an adult. I can see see that but as a child I didn't want to be Around her but I was there at the second foster home about a year and then they took me out of that and we moved the South Carolina and I knew my mom was my mom and my dad was my uncle Jack Wall right because you know they weren't ready to Let me know that information so my mom got a place. We lived in a single trailer for a while and my uncle Jack came to visit occasionally Not a bad home but confusing. I was shut down. I wasn't I wasn't Cooperating in that relationship and they were frustrated especially my mom Lot of silence. It's a lot of left alone. Do My thing type of thing So yeah it was even that and that That lasted quite voice sometime. It wasn't probably until my ears that I began to rectify that situation in my life. So this is from age each seven and then all the way until of course our eighteen probably go off to college right to hot Rod. Eleven years yes. Yes When I went off to college I it didn't look back? I visited home a couple times during college. And that was just transitioned from end of year to go into summer camp or doing something else so I didn't look back. I didn't care to look back. I was you know ambivalent is probably a better better worth and bidder. I wasn't Super Mad about it I was just ambivalent I didn't want anything to do with them and And so I you know to put but my childhood successively is. There's a lot of kind of broken trust and confusion that I have spent a lifetime trying the rectify so that I don't repeat right so that I don't continue that in a young person's life that I come in contact act with or in my relationships that I have personally I don't I don't WanNa continue that That cycle wow. But it's been a lifetime dealing with that and it's been a rocky journey and stuff and the Lord has helped me through that but it has not been an easy journey to overcome that inside. I think most people I think most students would look at my career in the content. They came in with me as mostly positive. Like a good team he Helped me but internally internally that was where the big struggle was and with those personal relationships because those are much more complex and stuff so wow that's a whole.
"sager" Discussed on AP News
"Sager and her former husband Burt Iraq teamed up to write hits like Patti LaBelle and Michael McDonald's on my own. And that's what friends are for Michael Jackson Aretha Franklin. Bob Dylan, Frank Sinatra Barbra, Streisand Ray, Charles and Bette midler have all recorded songs written by Bayer Sager. I'm Rita Foley with an AP news minute. Ethiopian Airlines is grounding all of its Boeing seven thirty seven max eight aircraft as a safety precaution. It says after yesterday's crash among the one hundred fifty seven people killed eight Americans. We'll get a look at President Trump's new spending bland. Wants almost nine million dollars to build a border wall is budget would also cut spending on domestic programs house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff, says the Moscow Trump Tower project may explain what he calls the president's bizarre affinity for Russian President, Vladimir Putin. His theory stood to make more money from this transaction than any deal in his life and sought the Kremlin's help to make it happen. What concealing this from the public congressman Schiff on the today show? A man who said he was cleaning out an old videotape collection in his Pennsylvania. Home says he found a recording of a man who appears to be singer R Kelly sexually abusing girls. I'm Rita Foley, more news, right after this with Amazon music voices. All you need. Alexa,.
"sager" Discussed on 710 WOR
"To one zero seven ten the third the country music star you should be rather easy to get the fourth should be easy to get because it was associated with the nineteen sixties death of innocence and many deaths so this grandson named jason freeman is contesting the two thousand two will the disowned the murderers family and gave everything including his body to a collector of murder rebellious horrible memorabilia related to notorious killers tar that even people want to collect this another man claimed he is the murderer son given up for adoption and a twenty seventeen will naming him as beneficiary and another as memorabilia collector executor now lenses will would supersede earlier ones if he could prove it's the case yet another man michel brunner claims to be the murderer son as well a judge in march released the man's body to his grandson and other judge sauce to decide who gets the objects and rights to estate which also includes royalties on this infamous man's music name that one next up complex families often lead to a state challenges sometimes it's not a fight usually it is because the last family gets favored in the case of mba broad crack caster craig sager the children from his first family called foul on how sam sager this is i gave it away so that's craig sager interesting story though it was clear those offspring would not be happy with just about any outcome singer left his first wife for a second who's welcomed in the network and mba family the children were cut from the will but said they wanted no part of their father's estate and want no part of the court proceedings to keep them a drawing them back in so the challenge was just that they were sort of left out of being a part of mba family going to nicer advance stuff like that.
"sager" Discussed on Sportstalk 790
"Trash talk tens the fly i had not realised before we get to those phone calls that today was the yo one year anniversary of the death of craig sager who i only met him once talked to and from maybe a minute but was just as nice as advertised and then obviously anybody who follows the nba and really sports because it became bigger than just an a basketball story has fight in ultimate uh demise at the hands of a horrible disease we knows cancer um happened a year ago today and i know that uh some of the broadcasters to tonight are going to be paying tribute to him and i know that his it the way the heat impacted lives was felt by a lot of people that have nothing to do with broadcasting i mean you could this is the type of guy where you run into him in an nba setting and he would go out of his way to be nice to you i mean it's as simple as i can put it because that's what he did but craig sager on a year ago to day passing and i guess i don't know how it all unfolded i know some of you thank you jason i know some of you guys are aware of who britain mchenry is um she apparently took a shot at craig sager son and i don't know the context all i did was see the basically the result fdr bow boy ross um andrew del why is that over the air adolf yeah like what is she say in there he said why because i have a brain and you don't have now i'll say this if she in i didn't i didn't go back a look all i saw was casey segers response this is craig's daughter and um her her brother is obviously in the media business in atlanta and has actually made a pretty good name for himself their locally i guess in he also filled in for his father famously during the playoffs win his father couldn't go in he had the famous exchange with gregg popovich who again at the end of the day i don't agree with gregg popovich politically i.
"sager" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"But i mean you're looking at a guy who with that year in two thousand fifteen he hit seventeen with the philippines came over to the dodgers any hit too will to you to twelve that here and they resigned three to hit on the ground a second plummeted quickly islam agudelo throw on the ron and retire at look but he's been a good fit better last year and this year that he was a two thousand but i thought he was done at that point well one of the big things that chase selling has gone form is such a presence in the clubhouse leadership and i think his influence as well on the young cory sager something worth the dodgers keeping around his andrei ethier digs and he's the pinch hitter for the pitcher clayton kershaw first one eight years tapping for the whole plate mccoy suits outspent spires and get cidre ethier what a terrific way i thought marquez was going to have a better chance at that but look likely boy called them off of it made the tougher playbook perfect grow really good play and not at easy play as he picks that eddie spinning off the ball towards third base southworth left field released quickly and fired a strike todd of the lukoil will be a free agent after this season boy has been one of the better catchers in the national league an brief time about a year and the american lake was traded over last summer the rangers traded iraqis this summer as chris taylor dick's it takes the first pitch at cycle one i have a generally cement roy no uh in terms of something that i've heard about him that i find interesting the first thing i would say about of as a player oils fell to the right i don't know what he is offense leaders here's a constant inconsistency to what he delivers up defence simply the evaluation has been up and down as well but that's the part that i find it interesting i'd had multiple people tell me that liu whose agai gold for his framing steal one lined the right that'll get downpour face it in saleh's cuts at all get it back in.
"sager" Discussed on Two Man Weave
"And i think that is a as a fan of the game and it's a fan of as a fan of the you know the league and the competitiveness competitiveness of the league his you know i think that a i think that a certain shaw home british are looking at this guy he is dressed like one of one he's making look he's making the the late craig sager looked like it looks good on you he looks like a walking picasso painting are like it but he he win the night he make he just that guys out there may delay craig sager look like a a low key dresser different that was a good look for the wars fans but on is this the nba man is you got key guys coming in nineteen twenty it's been going on forever but there's more be going on now and there are no to veterans on the team like a guy comes in now this say like like issue address there are so many underclass and this just take the long so bolkiah right if he goes to the lakers who is this criteria angela williams russell the angel russell nicety into one of my favorite running gang room like brent like randall julius like all of them they twenty two twenty like what do they know they don't know anything so this is stated nba like moving forward i don't know what you're going to give from these kids they might pan out there might not right and this is it is literally like owned a crap shoot i agree there like you you hit or miss as a fan.
"sager" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Good you know brow but he and the browns driving key thing about the moment that i appreciate the most i'm all star weekend i didn't watch nearly as much as i anticipated watching on saturday i typically like the three point shootout but i was doing other stuff i just wasn't much into it however i did at the end of the three point shootout and ben my favorite few moments from new orleans the tribute to craig sager it was fine like and it was unique like cam it had some personality like cam it was then just hey we may if you thanks or hashtag fabre strong off it was this well it it it started out being this three point shooting contest and every three pointer made meant ten thousand dollars donated and they craig sager foundation are at play for david that's not the actual name of that with the foundation that his family has started his wife a fierce widow safety was there as well if is to younger kids i don't know if craig sager junior was there but it out there on the court and start calling all these people are the fans so james harden in it is parker she will else without there's so many amazing guys and and women metta women out there like former players as well as current players plus de take a lead was out there really isn't it was just grabbing people out of the stands all the steph curry would just kind of funny anyway it turned into that three for all from downtown at a lot of different people made triples so they radiate a hundred and twenty thousand i think by making twelfth or even a minute and then the word well up or hurry ernie puts por steph curry on the spot and half him to make odd half court shot tim jacket up to five hundred grand so readily they were going to give him three shots he bricked all three of them like if you literally hit the ram but not of the mind.
"sager" Discussed on The Big Podcast With Shaq
"Group with the oh gee to go the you've been i'm not to go from doing pretty a few years ago the great legendary craig sager plasterwork chosen craig meant to you nets everything and you you know a sure better than i did and i know it would get so genuine you know enough for freshman spot in people like that you know it out but hearing but always real always joked with heard about golf in you know for me i was what you know you have no one they won't or he wouldn't enjoyed commercial let your we had a lot of fun you know to fake about craig a you know one on one even over the past few years him go on thursday that he was gone through through his spirit you would never know clean pulled off the relative value and the it that chris you uh not only have to worry about trying to get the clippers over the hump the went championship but also be in the present of the mph players association which is you know a a challenge in and of itself so what's that was one of the biggest challenges of trying to be the guy who is spokesperson for your constituents well you know the biggest thing is any of us some life issued on two of them all um so fortunate that you know megan executive committee directly bet up your body a player or not any one of biggest things that we did a lowly um.