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Arielle Korman, Mira Rivera
"Reo is the CO founder and executive director of a mood. She's a Jewish educator performer and perpetual student who is a former Fulbright research fellow and has taught at the national hoverer institute door to door tutoring and was the two thousand nine. Hundred thousand feature teacher at the Jewish singing retreat. Let my people sing Mirror Rivera is a board member of a mood where she also serves as resident rabbi. She has rabbinic ordination from the Jewish, theological seminary and services a rabbi at New York's Roman Nu- She has also board certified Chaplain Mirror. Rivera is also co chair of the Rabbinical Council of Jews for racial and economic justice. Jay. Fridge. And the CO founder with Rene L. Hill of Harlem. Have Ruta a brave space for Jews of Color Allies and co-conspirators in partnership with the Community of Saint Mary's Episcopal Church a professional dancer with the Martha Graham Dance Company before rabbinical school she taught hundreds of New York City Public School children through the National Dance Institute Arielle Cormon Mirror Rivera, welcome to Judaism unbounded. So great to have you. Here, thank you. We're really excited to talk about a mood. It's such an interesting and important project. I'll give a little bias in that. I'm really interested in this in particular because I've been on the board of Sfar for many years, which is the issue of the Torah Academy, the Talmud Academy for lgbtq folks are that comes out of the Experience Lgbtq Q. Folks. It's probably a better way to say it and. When I first heard about a mood I was so excited to hear that there was something that seemed similar from edge use of color perspective. So it's something that I've really wanted to explore for a long time that both of us have and and we're really thrilled to finally have this opportunity. So Mirror I was wondering if we could start with a little bit of the origin story of a mood. In, two, thousand, eighteen, I was invited to be in the Selah Cohort fifteen of bend the arc four juice of color by Jews of color and there I met Ya McCoy will meet her the year previously. And part of that training. Was a study that we that she called. J O C. Tour Academy. And it was several afternoons where we would look text from an anti oppression lands, and at the end of that hurt I was sitting with you who the webster was hard the cohurt. We looked at each other and I said, why does this have to be only part of this training? We need this to be real, and so we started talking with start talking about that. So that was may of two, thousand eighteen. By June or July. Are Corman had come back from Israel at, pass it to you. I did a fulbright year in Israel I live in. Jerusalem and when it came back, I became involved in. J. Fridge which is to cherish on economic justice. And Colored. Caucus. Part of my involvement. J.. Fridge I was connected to Huda Webster An. I approached you Huta saying that I wanted to teach a small class on the politics of Hebrew pronunciation and I wanted to teach it for Jews of color of an Alexi that you're smiling because acid is immensely nerdy deeply nerdy. Added belts deeply important but you huda one up to me and he said what if instead of just having your class, we actually create a container for this kind of learning to happen more often. and. So that really launched the idea of. Jesus, Colored Tour Academy, which became a mood colored tour academy and we started out by a every other week having a person in the community, a Jewish person of color in a community teach whatever they wanted and we we started her first Beta run I'm really got to see what what kinds of topics were interesting. How did the groups of people showed up for different topics differ in and we basically got to conduct all this research We launched our first full year after the high holidays. This past fall in two thousand nineteen. And we just completed our first full year of classes. We got here because for as long as there have been Jewish. People color navigating predominantly white Jewish space the roots have been growing and deepening. People like you. Huda. Myself were able to found something like this because of all that work that had been happening. JESSOP. Color entering wet Jewish is being Jewish spaces and also getting to know one another.
Richard Paul (Maliseet) Part 1
"Stay good day. Welcome my friends to storyteller who you'll find first nations people from across native North America who are following Jesus Christ without reservation as a little boy. Richard was introduced to getting high soon. Drugs and alcohol would control his life but he longed for something more he wondered if God was really real because he wanted to get his life turned around. My Name's Richard Paul and from the Saint Mary's reserve here in Fredericton. I'm analysis native from New Brunswick. I was born in Woodstock on Woodstock first nation and we moved here. I was just a little baby so I've pretty much been here my whole life and I knew I married. My wife is melody we have three kids anyway. I came to know Jesus Christ sometime in the late. Nineteen thousand nine through to early. Two thousand is a bit of a process for me because I had come from drug addiction and alcohol and I just when I came to Christ my life was was in turmoil. Hi I had a lot of good things in my life. That were positive. Had a good job I had. I just had a lot of good things. It really from the outside. Everything looked like it was pretty stable but on the inside I was. I was Iraq really I was just in my whole life was in turmoil since I was young. You know like I said I was born and raised here. Lived here on the reserve my whole life and ever since we were little kids just seemed always. I was always one of the kids that just seemed to. You know straight a bit and I got in trouble and you know starting back when I was probably seven or eight years old and anyway we we were always doing bad things and I remember as a little boy. We'd kind of always you know. We just typical living on a reserve right next to a city. We were always getting in trouble off the reserve. I remember as a little boy. A friend friend of mine. He was Actually I saw him sniffing glue or Sniffen Gas. I don't remember what it was introduced that to me when I was just a little boy and I don't think I could have been any more than eight or nine maybe ten and It kind of made me feel like you know it it. It made me feel good. I was brought up in an abusive home or anything like that. But you know I just felt like it kind of gave me a bit of an escape and I think it opened the door in my life that led to a life of turmoil and sin and just a whole bunch of things in my life. That weren't good and I think that was the doorway that opened up for me and by the time I was eleven or twelve hours smoking weed and and by the time I was thirteen. I really was a regular marijuana user and By the time I hit probably fourteen or fifteen I was drinking in the sixteen. I was a I was a problem drinker. It just accelerated that fast. I left home when I was seventeen or eighteen and moved into an apartment with a friend of mine and tried to go to university and that didn't pan out. Alcohol seemed to consume my whole world. That's all I cared about was drinking. And and by the time I was seventeen or eighteen. I had experimented with just about everything Doing acid and weed and alcohol. Every kind just pills speed everything. The only thing is in our neck of the woods down here. Cocaine was not a cocaine seemed to be like this. Hollywood drug that nobody heard about here. It was just kind of something you see on movies and in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine. Roughly around nineteen eighty nine. When I was I was twenty one or twenty two years old. I was introduced to cocaine. And it was just a just an occasional thing. I I did it in nineteen eighty nine hundred ninety. Nobody really was aware of cocaine around here. I had actually met up with a guy one night. And we were drinking and and he was with a relative of mine and he was a he was a cocaine dealer. And I didn't know it. And that was my introduction cocaine and is if I didn't already have enough problems this was introduced into my life and it completely consumed me from nineteen eighty nine up until nineteen ninety nine when I came to Christ and It it just you know. I can't even find the words to tell you what it did to my life. I just thank God that I didn't get addicted to heroin or things like that and I think in time that was just a matter of time before I would've been had Christ not come into my life in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine but I need to back up a little bit because I I met my at the time. It was my girlfriend in nineteen eighty six and we started dating a little bit. And you know. I don't know if I was necessarily ready for a girlfriend at that time. But you know we we kinda went out a little bit not really dating. But kind of you know and and Anyway as the relationship progressed a you know met. Her parents and I discovered that her parents were Christian. People and I don't know why it was. I have no idea why but I had this big question mark about God i always wondered if God was real now. I always wondered at the time on. Tv there was a lot of television ministries. And I can think of one like this. One minister was always on there and I always wondered. Why are these people always so passionate about Jesus and about God and I just always thought that God had many faces and many different aspects to him and I? I didn't realize it you know because I really had no faith. I was brought up belonging to the church but I didn't go and you know God was not a big thing in my life. Religion wasn't church wasn't and Swanton met my girlfriend. I naturally I had this natural curious side about God I just remember I used to ask her about God and she would always kind of go. I don't know I don't why are you asking me this I i? I don't know I didn't know at the time. She was running from God herself anyway. We met up in our world just kind of collided in her world. Met My world and in one thousand nine hundred eighty six. We started a relationship that was you know it was pretty. It was pretty up down there from one thousand nine hundred six until I get saved in nineteen ninety nine. After I'd met her I was watching. Tv One Sunday morning. And as I've already stated I was a real problem drinker. I had a lot of head a lot of anger and a lot of things going on in my life that I really couldn't find answers to and Was watching one Sunday morning. I had a little apartment in a in an area of my city where I was living at the time and my little apartment had nothing in it. I just had a couch and the TV and add some curtains and that was basically it. I don't know if they got any furniture in the kitchen. Hardly had any had nothing and I was sitting on my couch on Sunday morning watching. Tv and we'd been drinking all weekend and half the week like we did every single week and drink and brings a lot of for me. It brought a lot of kind of mixed feelings after you know you. You ought to drunk for a little while you have these feelings of wanting to get your life straight and thinking you know like I should be like some of my friends and get on with my life is just not good in every time I kinda sober up and after the brakes when you're young it's not like some drunk that's been drinking for fifty years. That's different when you're young. You can kind of handle the abuse your body can take that abuse and so when you snap out of a drunk after three or four or five days. He you know physically. You're not you're not really down but emotionally and spiritually. I always felt really bad. Nice to think to myself I should try to get my life straightened out and of course. This was one Sunday morning. When I was feeling that way and I was flicking through the channels and I saw an evangelist on TV and as I was scrolling through the channels. He was singing in. I remember he was singing a song. I think it was called room at the Cross and I I saw him and I paused their for minute and I remember. I watched him and he was singing this song and and I remember feeling something in my in my heart thinking what is that. What is that feeling that? I'm feeling
No. 2 Gonzaga races past Saint Mary’s in second half for WCC Tournament championship
"The college basketball number to be exact they respond after a last four plus lackluster semifinal performance they beat St Mary's claim their eighteen west coast conference tournament title the Bulldogs are now position to be a one C. B. N. C. double A. tournament big time vindication for exactly they lost the conference tournament to Saint Mary's last year drew Carey scored fifteen of his seventeen points in the first half while Filipescu
Gonzaga wins WCC title over Saint Mary's
"Time in the last ten years every time overall to the west coast conference you did you R. J. is that is Thomas in Learfield IMG college Jim kelch kelch on on the the Norse Norse radio radio network network Chris Chris shop shop within within the the colonials colonials radio radio network network and and Pat Pat foster foster from from Hofstra Hofstra radio radio calls calls pope pope give give zagra zagra winning winning the west coast northern Kentucky winning the horizon new by the way northern Kentucky was the nor cal level they've been an atomic three last four years so I knew DA I love this they are gone they are the worst it's like the Viking but it's like a Viking helmet of the two sorts I love this northern Kentucky Norse Robert Norris won the NEC and Hofstra won the C. A. A. not included in the audio montage was North Dakota state the buys in they throttled North Dakota eighty nine fifty three to win their second straight summit
Gonzaga beats Saint Mary's to win 2020 WCC Championship
"Conference championships that's going to do it we can also put up a whale of a fight in the first half of the contest but at the end of the day it won't matter against the second ranked team in the country as they could snag the Bulldogs have reclaimed the west coast conference basketball championship hi Watson Learfield IMG college good Zack with a win over St Mary's and the second ranked zags earning another conference tournament title eight in ten years and they obviously get the automatic berth from the conference though they were headed anyway Joe Lunardi has been slotted in as the top seed in the west as for what we can expect from them this spring ESPN analyst Alfonzo Ellis we know they are capable of winning the national championship obvious Sir they haven't done it yet so make a case that this year and this team Weigand's A. can win and cut down the nets because the field is wide open there hasn't been that way in the past there's about nine teams that can legitimately when it and each of the teams has some vulnerability to them and that's what's made it so wide open but you look at this good magazine this team can play fast which they prefer to do in transition Giuliani is terrific at finishing in transition this team complained half court constructed this team is their frontcourt led by Philip patch yourself who's terrific with his back to the basket can make a fifteen foot jump shot their defense needs to tighten up at times and I think you saw the adjustment tonight which gets me excited about the defense John Ford lit them up for twenty in the first half what they do in the second half when exchanges with the B. ball screens or dribble handoffs they put a bigger guy on him to contain them you couldn't get from there to the ramp and kept him from taking a fifteen foot jump shot but he loves to make and that was the difference in the game always going to win get the free hatchet Donald no violation whatsoever you hear every coach talk about the draw we got a good draw we get through to the dresser okay so what is a bad drop it and what's the matchup for a team or a style that could prevent Gonzaga from getting all the way when you look at any team that has physicality on the inside and I think of a guy like a Xavier Tillman from Michigan state he's physical he pushes you off of your point where you want to post up that's been a problem in terms of philopatry self and a dynamic guard out front who can not only create offense oneself but to create offense for his teammates and you can't think about it anyone in the country better than Cassius Winston at doing so so a team like that this physical insight with the dynamic point guard creates a lot of problems over the course of a forty minute game for kids at the dragon lowering the automatic berth from the west coast conference they won their conference tournament for the eighth time in ten years another match between the Jagga and St Mary's
No. 2 Gonzaga races past Saint Mary's in second half for WCC Tournament championship
"Conference tournament championship football a little bit of time in the last ten years of the eighteenth time overall to the west coast conference it's it's Tom Hudson from Learfield IMG college radio network the zags beat St Mary's eighty four sixty six there now for thirty one and two and they're heading into the NC double a tournament next week with undoubtedly a number one seed
Flood watch canceled for DC area as rain continues
"Traffic I never order in our storm team four forty four cast including some severe weather this morning man of the theme is but wait there's more it was the warning is now for our southern Maryland listeners most of St Mary's county and the southern half of Calvert county you will have the latest severe thunderstorm warning in effect until nine fifteen in particular near Avenue and letter town and they can next bill towards St letter to towards the Bayshore all the way down to about Lexington park and just to the north of Saint Mary's city if you're within that area you have this a new severe thunderstorm warning until nine fifteen a very heavy rainfall maybe some small hail but the most important the damaging wind gusts of a good sixty miles per hour and of course this line has been marching across listening area has a lot of history of with the wind damage a today otherwise the morning that was in effect for prince George's county has now been dropped just a few minutes early if it's now moved out of prince George's county no warning get for in a rental county but none the less on fifty three oh one some very heavy rain gear Crofton and also in your bill we just to the north were bearing down on Davidsonville rather and its racing towards the bay bridge should be reaching the bay bridge itself by about nine ten about nine fifteen this morning this line goes all the way up over Baltimore and of course down towards the nice bridge again if you were a long and west of I ninety five including the capital beltway now you were clear of the severe weather threat you're just getting some lingering rain showers and the falling temperatures is a pretty strong cold front other got rid of the dense fog this morning but it's also caused the severe weather temperatures if you're still in the fifties right now don't get used to them as they say temperatures will be falling to the forties the rest of the day many of us already have done that for the rest of the day watch for those falling temperatures overnight tonight partly cloudy skies low to mid thirties for lows a blustery night tonight especially by comparison and then for tomorrow over the weekend Saturday looks like highs in the low to mid forties same numbers for Sunday and then Monday the next round of rain will be arriving highs then will be in the low to mid fifties down way down to forty six in Haymarket still sixteen Crofton temporarily and it's down to fifty four at Washington Reagan national map the storms were moving through so quickly yes they have and and and that's one reason why we're getting severe weather because the winds aloft along this front the temperature contrast around along this front because of the very strong winds also helping to move this line very quickly from west the east the only positive thing I could think about that is that's helping to mitigate the flood threat at this thing was moving up very very slowly we be having some flash flooding right now publicly in pretty quickly from west to east looking forward to having it added here Matt thank you
Pritchard Breaks Oregon's Assists Record In Win Over Cal
"Number eleven Oregon wins at cal by five Matt Bradley twenty seven Oregon state wins at Stanford by five second Reagan saga wins at Santa Clara by fifteen and Saint Mary's at home twenty two better than Portland my league fitz twenty seven to
Gonzaga No. 1, 6th team to take top spot in poll
"Update college basketball rankings run who's on top Steve every week and some it's almost unprecedented can sack of the latest number one of the AP top twenty five men's college basketball poll that is seen absolutely no stability on the top line this season the Bulldogs moved up a spot to take over for Kansas which lasted one week at number one it's the first time there have been as many as six different teams at number one before new year's day the record for an entire season is seven number one teams set back in the nineteen eighty two eighty three season other teams of Notre following Ohio state Louisville Duke and Kansas in the top five Oregon up to spot the number six San Diego state up five spots to number fifteen after defeating San Diego Christian you I'm gonna say that again that evening Carolyn so they they are in school yeah shop five spots I'm an old Aztec and I'm a little embarrassed to be reporting that well you don't think was it probably to the cross town kids a favor right well there's no doubt they did that's not it's not sure get your file just one back in the day when San Francisco's David play U. S. F. it was nice for my alma mater to get a chance to play who at that time or we have sort of a national powerhouse but the outcome was never in deficit was nice for how long a few what time we lead at halftime I think but to him last Washington is up a spot to number twenty one Arizona down eight to number twenty four also receiving votes Saint Mary's and Stanford in the balloting a basketball writers and
Kuhse, Tass help No. 18 Saint Mary's beat Long Beach State
"Third ranked Michigan state at Seton hall seventy six seventy three in Newark freshman Emily calls label twenty six seconds left gave the Spartans a seventy four seventy three lead that held up as the mall missed two chances to regain the lead in the final seconds gases win since two free throws with on the four second for play added to states lead the pirates miles bell missed a desperation heave at the buzzer that would have tied it seen all cannot contain Lee called who scored all seventeen of his points in the second half cap by the game winner has been a long time coming you dream about those moments when a young and there's been a lot of hard work that the pirates Powell little scores with thirty seven points I'm Tom Merriam
California Fires Are Getting Worse. What's Going On?
"While in the north tonight in Sonoma's county that Kincaid Fire they're calling it doubling in size over the past forty eight hours sixty six thousand acres charred already and containment falling just about five percent as we come on the air this Monday night our teams on the fire lines and ABC's chief national correspondent Matt Upman leading us off from Los Angeles the that brushfire ripping through West Los Angeles overnight turbocharged by the seasonal Santa Anna winds gusting above sixty five miles was per hour it's being called getty fire because in those early morning hours it threatened the Getty Center in Brentwood I'm just beneath Lia Getty Center one of the most famous museums in the world darrelle talkers in the air fire crews pretty much everywhere burning some of the most expensive real estate in the country Kissy this fire behind me is completely consuming this home in fact as all street is on fire can hear that crackling behind me it is very intense here the fire raced through the canyons here filled with dry brush you just said earlier that this is your worst we're coming through no question in seeing this every single year the fires that bigger up to twenty five thousand people or to evacuate in the middle of the night including select ladies like Arnold Schwarzenegger and the Bron James and his family today tweeting his best wishes to the first responders students from nearby Mount Saint Mary's University reaching out to to close to our school to have several hundred teenage kids that are have no way of getting out Phiri to safety in ambulances uniting with their parents while it was pretty scary to thirty in the morning you don't expect a phone call from your daughter at school by break squadrons of firefighting aircraft out in full force part of interstate four zero five shutdown there is nobody traveling south this is one of the most traveled areas in our area in the country and to see nobody on this roadway is almost a shocking sight it northern California that kincaid fire now more than sixty five thousand acres the fire destroying nearly one hundred structures into let's get to makeup and reporting in from outside Los Angeles and mad you and I both covered those wildfires in Califor- cornea this unfortunately is the time of year both in the north and in the south but I can't remember there in the Los Angeles area these fires hitting this particular neighborhood in quite some time oh it's been decades David and that's one of the reasons this burns so hot cooking this house right down to the foundations and take a look at that hill over there is that rush had also burned in decades and that created this super-charged fire like gasoline combined
Witches & Saints: Mary Baker Eddy
"Parents were devout congregation. List's heavily influenced by Puritan Ideals Mary suffered from serious illness and look to religion to understand her situation she was especially influenced by the Minister Jonathan Edwards who emphasized more experiential enjoy full religious life Mary dealt with more tragedy in her early twenties when in short order her favorite brother died her new husband died after only six months of marriage and then in eighteen forty nine and she lost another fiance and her beloved mother within weeks Mary eventually married a man named Daniel Patterson in eighteen fifty three Oh the marriage broke down quickly and three years later her husband and father conspired to separate her from her twelve year old son who was a product of her first marriage Mary wouldn't see her son again for twenty five years the separation plunged Mary into a deep depression all the tragedy that she experienced insured her continued interest in religion and religious reform like many other young people love her time. Mary rebelled against the stark conception of God helped by her father's calvinism and instead gravitated toward the idea of a more benign loving God preached by Liberal Christian Movements Still Mary struggled to reconcile God of loving kindness with the misery and pain when she experienced herself and saw in the world around her in the eighteen fifties Mary's quest for answers took an unusual turn she lost trust and traditional forms of medicine and became enthralled by homeopathic and other forms of suggestive medicine she came to believe that the houses of disease were not found in the human body but in the mind disease was not God's will but man's own conception condition the Lynn reporter while reading a Gospel Account of healing during her recovery Mary had a strong religious experience that brought on her immediate recovery medicine neurosurgery could beach was the falling apple that led me to the discovery of how to be well myself and how to make others so even to the homeopath physician who attended me I could not then explain the motives of my relief I can only assure him that the divine spirit had wrought the miracle a miracle which later I found to be in perfect scientific accord with divine law whether he believed that Mary was miraculously healed or not there's no question that she believed she had made a major spiritual and theological discovery the subsequent nine years Mary studied upshur and worked on expanding your ideas into a full doctrine in eighteen seventy five Mary laid out the basic tenets of her church and her most important work side First Church of Christ scientist in Lynn Massachusetts her stated goal was to reinstate primitive Christianity and it's lost element of healing the church moved to Boston eighteen eighty two and from there began to impact American religious life for many the Church of Christ scientists I offered an attractive alternative to the dominant Conservative and Liberal Christian movements at the day the eighties were incredibly busy for Mary in eighteen eighty one Mary founded the Massachusetts Metaphysical College where she personally taught her ideas to hundreds of students at the same time the Christian Science Church services which attracted a growing number of disaffected Protestants but Mary success came with a price her growing which published a book of bylaws called the Manual of the Mother Church Mary died in nineteen ten the controversy surrounding her life particularly when it comes to the treatment of minors tune in tomorrow for
Getting to Know Luther's Pastor: Johannes Bugenhagen
"This episode we are once again on location and the Museum of the Bible they say that here at the Museum of the Bible they have seventy two hours worth of content within the walls of this museum but we only have five five minutes and so we don't have time to look at all the great treasures but we're going to focus on one treasure. We're on the fourth floor. This floor tells the story of the Bible through artifacts and even starts before the Bible with just the history of writing cuneiform tablets and then it gets to a very exciting part of the museum for me and that is the part dealing with the reformation and I'm standing right next to a fascinating Bible the placard next to it identifies it as Lutheran Pastors Bible so first. Let's talk about who is Lutheran Pastor. Luther Pastor is Yohannes Hanis Vegan Haagen he was born in Poland on June twenty-fourth fourteen eighty five and he died city of Berg on April Twentieth Fifteen fifty eight as a student. He was not impressed with the reformers at all. FX He I read Luther in fifteen twenty eight when he first read Luther the arguments just did not convince him but then something happened as red luther a second time in fifteen twenty three and he was reading eating the Babylonian captivity of the Church and as he was reading that he was convicted of the truth of the Gospel and he was also convicted that he was is in the wrong church and he needed to get out of that church and go with Luther so he made his way to Berg is a great scholar so he became one of the professors at the University Edinburgh and he also became one of the pastors at the Parish Church at Saint Mary now Luther was also one of the pastors at Saint Mary's Church he two names for Buchen Haagen. He called him. Dr Pomeranians and Pomerania is the area that we know today as Poland so luther was calling him the doctor of Poland. The title that Luther had for him was my pastor. Luther needed a pastor this pastor to so many needed a pastor and he looked to Yohannes Buchen Haagen so that's the losers authors pastor part now we need Luther Pastor's Bible part and what we have here is a Latin Bible. It's beautifully printed. It's two columns and it's the Latin text the wonderful thing about this. Little treasure is it has gone. Huggins notes fall through it. There's only one note in a hand other than Bougie Hawkins and that note has two little initials after it P. M. and they stand for Philip Philip Malinche. Somehow Philip Malinche then got a hold of this Bible. Maybe he thought it was his. I don't know and he wrote a note in it. Then he signed his name to it but but all the rest of the notes belong to Bougie this was the Bible that he would have used to study. This is the Bible that he would have used for his personal reading and this is the the Bible that he would have used for his sermon preparation and this Bible was here and the Museum of the Bible. It's a testament to a number of things. It's a testament to the fact that luther sought out a pastor that he knew he needed someone to hold him accountable and not only did he say. Bougainville's huggins was my pastor. He also said Haagen was also my confessor. This was the man who held them accountable and also reminds us. That luther wasn't alone. We we sometimes have this vision of losers. He's you know Contra Mundi Luther against the world standing alone. The reality is he had colleagues and one of those colleagues was honest Bogan Haagen boob huggins legacy can be summed up in three words. Pittsburgh and the impact on Susie had vitner number two Pomeranians remembers hometown Poland. We had an impact there too on the church and the number three pastor because if he was luther pastor will then he was probably a good pastor and that's Yohannes Michigan Haagen and this is Bible and I'm Steve Nichols on location for five minutes in Church history for more ordination
"saint mary" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Saint Mary's. Well, he jumped on that right away, and that came close to home run territory out there, right field. You kind of pique your interest a little bit because we're in a major league ballpark. Three thirty down the right field line in Genting out towards the gap a little bit. But he jumped on that. Puts or Chile can good position to try to add to that. Leave every extra-base hits today's brought to you by Qantas college. Schubert's put that into right field Shubert. Michigan commit the number one ranked player in the class of twenty twenty two. And he's going to get lifted for a pinch runner. He can stay in the game, by the way. And he put it where he plays it right? Down that right field line. One of pop swing by a for rush men, the number four hitter and a guy that's driven in quite a few runs already this year. He's third-best and average at three forty four. And already twenty seven runs driven in second best on this team. So Cam Arnold. Now, scoring position at second base in this one, one tie, and Dan Michaels is out as the pitching coach, and it's going to have a word with his entire infield. What is he saying right now, Jeremy? Well, I think he's just trying to settle down pitcher here, as you know, got a leadoff just what you want them to do to start the sixth inning. And then had probably the hardest hit ball, the game sites the triple that went all the way to the gap unit orchard lake Saint Mary's break in the action, but overall these two pictures have been pretty good at, you know, settling themselves down and getting right back into into games and weaving out of damage. Let's see if Tyler Harris can do it again, here at any number six. So here's Jack Crichton, the third baseman, and a guy who is head coach calls a hit getter and a hit here would break this one tie. There's a fastball Harris not messing around and cry looks at it right down, Woodward for strike one, Cam Arnold. The pinch runner second base already has a stolen base today wide receiver on the football team. Play's been limited a little bit more this year compared to last sure has set by Harris checks, the runner at second pitches, outside by foot to Jack Crichton another multi sport. Kid, a freshman that played Ford under Todd covert on the Saint Mary's basketball team. Made a nice run to the quarterfinals. One out, run around second one, one count to Crichton six foot three. Freshman tall lanky awaits the pitch. Swing in a ground ball back to the pitcher. And Harris has Cam Arnold tied up. But decides to go to first to get the out get Crichton, and no advancement from Arnold. That is the second out of the inning. And that'll leave things up to grant Hanson, Petri won't be happy. Probably that. Arnold didn't move. You got to commit either way right away. And he got stuck in no man's land there in between. I think in the end it was a good play by Tyler Harris. Could he have gotten him? Sure out, though, especially when you're already dealing with one out here. I agree with you. He froze them back to second. And, and who knows if you get in a run down there, Jeremy? Maybe Crichton advances to second with a rundown anyway. But either way, I smart play by Harris who is a heady player. The catcher now Silvester wants to have a word pardon me Salomon now to have a word with Tyler eras now they're breaking the action brought to you by orchard lake Saint Mary's prep here in the sixth innings. So second one, one tie here Chen. It's tight one no doubt just two hits in this game. One of those hits coming in this inning. Cam Arnold at second base weighing. It is big cut in an off speed pitch from grant Hansen who has struck out twice in this game..
Kyle Silvester, Saint Mary's Baptist And Saint Landry Parish discussed on WCBS Programming
"Latest now on a string of suspicious fires at black churches in Louisiana from CBS's, Omar Villafranca. This is spacious fires begin early last week all three historically black Baptist. Churches are just a few miles apart in Saint Landry parish. Kyle Silvester is the pastor of Saint Mary's Baptist. The first church was burned.
FBI investigating string of fires at black churches in Louisiana
"Gatien into a string of suspicious fires at historically. Black churches in Louisiana, three churches. Have burned in less than two weeks near Baton Rouge. CBS's Omar Villafranca says parishioners are on edge. Kyle Sylvester is the pastor of Saint Mary's Baptist. The first church that was burned. We can't let this setback. Stop us from God has initially called us to the ATF and FBI are involved in the investigation. But the fire marshal says it's too early to categorize any of the fires as hate crimes. We're going to solve this investigators have sent evidence to the state crime lab, but results could take a few more days as for the churches all three pastors. Tell me they plan to rebuild. All three churches, just a few miles
Deep Dive into March Madness
"To this point. We've got Abilene Christian beating Kentucky. We have seen the whole over walford. And we have Georgia state over Houston. All upsets is it your belief that any of those could actually happen. I would say you might as well just go and put money on those because if any of those hit you guys are going to be rich your need. The giants sponsor the show. So. Look, I think I don't know you say you had Wofford or seeing hall winning that game. We have Seton Hall. Seton Hall is winning that game. Yeah. Like, I think that's one that could realistically happen. I will say that while you know, me the supposed- expert isn't picking Georgia's state like I don't think it's inconceivable that they win that game. They they have no probably have the best player on the floor. They have a kid named DeMarcus Simmons who's going to play in the NBA at some point. He he actually he averaged eighteen a game this year and his numbers are actually down a little bit. So I don't know that I would be the guy to pick Abilene Christian over to Turkey. If that's where the darts are going. I do think you're right. Yeah. The the dogs are feeling it and might be by the way, we should tell everyone that you're biased can you? Tell everyone the name of your book. Please. Oh, yeah. No. I had a book about Kentucky basketball. You know, what I was gonna say to you was is that when you say nobody knows what they're doing. So I I said this on another radio interview this morning is there's a reason that they offer a billion dollars for a perfect bracket every year, and nobody wins it. So I think that as much as I'd like to say that the hours and days, I've spent in front of the TV and talking to coaches and talking to you know, is that it's all worthwhile. When I fill out the bracket. I don't know that throwing darts at a wall isn't just a better option than what I've been doing. Thank you very much. Would you like to be with us right now as we select a couple more games? Yes. Okay. I tell me what you think real quick just give me like fifteen seconds or less on Ohio State versus Iowa State. So I always state they got three or four pros on that team. They could legit make the Sweet Sixteen or elite. I wanna be surprised they could legit lose to Ohio State. And I would it be spread. Okay. So if you wouldn't be surprised by anything. This is a a pressure free throw that I'm about to make Ohio states the eleven I was states the six so rat is Ohio State Brown will be Iowa State. Here we go. We got read. Again, we got nothing but upset so Ohio State is going to defeat. I was day. But you don't think that's crazy. I don't think it's crazy. So state hit Ohio State. Yeah. We've got nothing. We've take four games so far. It's all upsets, I don't know why I'm hitting hitting all here on the board. There you go out to Vegas. It all read their. Let's you know. So no, I don't I don't think that's insane. At all. I mean, Ohio State plays in the big ten. They laid great teams all year. They've been good teams Iowa State again. These are the facts that are going to be meaningless when my bracket blows up, but they lost five out of their last six games in the regular season. They got hot in the last week. I don't think it's insane. At all that Ohio State would pull that upset. Okay. Let's do one more Jimmy ten seconds on Kansas versus northeastern. Kansas. I'll say this hits read I won't be surprised really was Kansas was a biz mole on the road this year. So they had a couple injuries. A couple of suspensions. You know, one guy's not playing, you know, guardian took some money and got caught by the FBI. And so they went like one in seven away from home in their last eight games. So it waiting their last eight games away from home. So it would not surprise me. If on a neutral court, they got upset I'd hear it goes, Kansas versus northeastern. Okay, Kansas is going to survive Kansas is going to win round one. So we do have our first favorite of the first round. And will be Kansas defeating northeastern very exciting stuff. I'm I'm glad that you're you're right in the middle here, though that you're you're becoming one of us us us. Every man college basketball fans were just like, yeah. I'd this could go either way. I'm glad you're saying that right now. Well, I remember a few years ago. First of all my bracket is always the worst one. And everyone's like, what are your picks? And I'm like, you don't really want my picks. But I remember, you know, I was talking with our buddy Colin cowherd three years ago. And he said do you get mad when everybody else that doesn't watch like me has a better bracket than you? And I said, you know, Colin, I'm a lot like Bill Belichick. I just focus on myself. I don't worry about the outside noise. What it does drive me a little bananas that all these all these men hours. I put loving the sport. And it's all for nothing come March. I wanna ask you this. This is a conversation that was happening here at the office about an hour ago. Which is the best college basketball team in the state of California this year. Oh, man. I feel like I had this conversation. It's obviously not USC. It's not. I'm trying to think, you know, I think it might be UCLA by down. And there's only there's just a letter listeners. All there's only two teams from the entire state of California in this bracket at its UC Irvine, it probably should have been without a major upset. It would have only been one. It's UC Irvine in Saint Mary's that's wild that's wild. I think Saint Mary's would probably went on a neutral court, but I'll tell you what Irvine is one if the dark skew towards Irvine that would not surprise me at all like, I know you said a minute ago. Nobody knows these head coaches follow, blah, all I'm saying is as cow is abysmal in the Pac twelve Russell Turner. Who's the head coach at UC Irvine? They could be they could do themselves a favor to give him a call, by the way, he coached at Stanford. He was in assistant with the Golden State Warriors. He knows the bay area that guy can coaches, you know, what off I don't know that he'd be a great interview for your show. You just want more entertaining. College basketball. You should have your. Your buddies over Cal get him a call. Hey, while we're on it. What are we doing here with with Pac twelve sports? What's what's what's happening right now? So as anti Pac twelve is anybody as everybody because I think the bottom line is we had the worst combined year ever since they've been recording numbers in wins and losses for Zona and UCLA in the same season. We gotta season where one's been bad. We've had a season where another has been bad. But we've never had a season where they're collectively as bad. And so what I always say is, you know, we would be talking about how bad the ACC was if Duke in North Carolina had historically their worst seasons combined ever the big twelve. Did it feel a sexy this year because Kansas wasn't good? And I just think look Arizona. They have the number one or three class coming in. They're going to get right? But if errors Zona was just what they've been in UCLA was just what they've been all of a sudden, you add two more top twenty five teams in you. Then potentially have five bitch the NCAA tournament. Nobody feels bad now with that said, I can't really speak for football, which is a total mess, but basketball, I think it's cyclical I think they'll be fine. I see that you said getting back to the brackets the Tennessee and Michigan state where the two teams that got screwed. Why why do you think that? So two different reasons. I think in general nobody really has a big gripe. But Mark, you know, for people who don't follow this stuff three hundred sixty five days a year in the past the committee has kind of made this big stink about we do wanna keep teams close to home because you know, we don't want these student athletes to travel, whatever buffalo, blah. I know where you stand on all that. But they always have given preferential treatment to the higher seeded teams. It's a very simple concept you bust your butt. You're awesome all year, you shouldn't have to play in somebody's backyard in so Tennessee could potentially in round to have to play Cincinnati in Columbus, Ohio, which is only about an hour from Cincinnati. I just think that's totally unfair for a team. That's done. You know, they they've been awesome. And it could come down to their basically playing a true road game in the NCAA tournament, you know, after six months of hard work. I just think that's kinda nonsense and then when Michigan state. You know, it's the deal of the committee considered them one of the quote unquote, best number two seeds. So then why are they lined up with the best number one seed, and do it makes absolutely no sense to me. Yeah. That's interesting. All right. Gimme gimme the dark horse that could make some noise who's wearing Cinderella. This year. Well, I'll tell you. I know I know you have a primarily NBA audience Murray state with John Mirant got to be a lottery pick that kid is unbelievable. He average twenty four games scoring led the nation in this. I think he is every bit the real deal. And if you told me he put his team on his back. I'll Steph curry wins to three games basically by himself. It wouldn't surprise me kid is just out of this world. I think whether you follow college basketball, whether you're following the darts. That's a kid to watch out for because he's
"saint mary" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Do you take? A team like Texas. With a sixteen and sixteen record. But some really good winds. Beat North Carolina. Beat the best teams in the big twelve this year. Or do you take the mid major team like UNC, Greensboro? Won twenty games this year. And so in these situations who gets the nod. The selection committee the last few years has sided with the power program. Saint Mary's one thirty games last year and got left out. And the committee's take was you want a lot of games, but you didn't beat many if any good teams, you got swept by Gonzaga. Then challenge yourself out of conference. Sorry, you're out. And so when that happens, I get it. If you didn't schedule. If you and I know it's hard for those teams. And sometimes you get lucky sometimes you play amid major and it doesn't look like it's a big game. But that team. That team comes out of nowhere and wins. It's league or makes a big jump and might go from like a seventeen win deemed or twenty five win team. Sometimes you don't know like last year one of the big reasons, and I'll reference this team again because they're always on the bubble last year. One of the reasons why Syracuse cotton is because they had buffalo on their schedule in a non conference game. They beat them. And most times most years when you schedule buffalo in the carrier dome. It's like let's have a team drive three hours to lose. Last year. Buffalo was really good. And they even better this year. Buffalo beat. Arizona last year in the tournament in this year. They've been ranked in the top twenty five all year. So sometimes scheduling you think you've got a good schedule when you don't and vice versa. UNC, greensboro. I think is the case study. For me in what I would want. Out of a mid major team if we're really struggling to come up with. A field of sixty eight. Give me the team that doesn't have a bad loss. And I know that that doesn't sound like I'm setting a very high bar. Because really they didn't beat many. They didn't beat anybody. But there twenty eight and six and they really did not stub their toe. One time this year. These are the six losses for Greensboro at LSU at Kentucky. They got swept by Wofford. They lost three times against Wofford. A team. That's ranked twentieth right now. And they lost that Furman. Now, who's Furman Firmin's a team that beat Villanova in is also on the bubble. And I thought what are the analytics guys at ESPN Paul Sabin made a good point. That this year. Gonzaga won four games against quad one team. So the upper echelon of the NC double A four the entire year in went twenty six zero against everybody else. Greensboro, won two games against quad one teams in what twenty four no against everybody else. Gonzaga might be number one seed. Greensboro was a bubble team. Sagas resume is better. But it's not leaps and bounds better. So when you're loading up on cupcakes you in twenty eight games. That's really not always that impressive. You gotta dig into the numbers. We only lose six games you want to see you those six losses came against in Greensboro case, they either came against a great team or a pretty good team. And so that's the kind of mid major team that I would want in the tournament over say, Texas or Indiana, Ohio State give me that team. Give me the team that might not have slayed Goliath. Didn't slay Goliath. But they also didn't lose to David. And I don't always give the Thai or I'm not just charitable and say well, come on let the little guy in. I think you've got to earn in this case you play this. Listen to this you play thirty four games. And you don't lose to a bad team or an average team. You don't have a one night where you go on the road in your own conference into somebody else's, Jim. And they're not as good as you. They're not there. There a cellar dweller team or their middle of the pack in your league. And they just get up for your game. And they beat you that Emerson college basketball all the time. But it never happened to Greensboro this year. So that's the team if I'm rooting for. And I am full disclosure if I'm rooting for a team in the bubbles always watered down maybe not as water down now because we've had some teams like the a ten tournament that's going on right now. That league got an extra bid because VCU lost. And the Pac twelve got an extra bid because Washington in Arizona state lost. So the the bubbles been strengthened the last few days, it's still not strong. I root for a team that played thirty four times this year in didn't lose to a bad team. That is an NC double A tournament resume when you're kind of splitting hairs at the end. And you've got a lot of crap. Give me a team that didn't have a bad night all year. Eight five five two one two four CBS. Take some your AA tournament. Questions asked me, if you think a team is interesting, I'll tell you. Sir team. You think is asleep or you want to run it by me give it to me. Team. You think is upset alert high seed that you think will go down early. Team you've been watching that you think is under the radar. These are the kind of discussions and debates I like to have on a day. Like this thrilled of some of you want to join me eight five five two one two four CBS. That's eight five five two one two four two two seven or on Twitter at the pony. Express pony. Spelled P O N. I follow us on Twitter at CBS sports radio. I'm also going to tell you teams who probably think therein. But I think are going to end up being on the outside looking in. But first it's time for the latest sports update with Darwin's..
Bracketology: Saint Mary's earns a spot with upset
"Susan Saint Mary's headed to the NC double a basketball tournament. After a stunning sixty to forty seven win over top ranked Gonzaga in the west coast conference tournament title game in Las Vegas last night. It was the Gaels I ever upset of top ranked team, and we are joined now by our friend. Dave Lewis radio analyst for the Saint Mary's Gaels down in Vegas about to return home big celebration on the Moraga campus at twelve fifteen this afternoon, Dave how could a team that lost earlier this season by forty eight points to Gonzaga on the road and lost by fourteen at home beat them by thirteen. Points last night. I know. I was thinking about the lines of dumb and dumber where you're telling you. There's a chance the whole one in a million, and we need to one in a million, but everything needed to fall into place, and we went through our checklist of hey, we're going to beat them this happened. They've gotta sup- poorly from three we've got our rebound. We've got a really hot tomorrow. We've got to play out of our minds and not everything was perfect in that on that checklist. That really did enough to win and barely caught those eggs on an off night. Yeah. The zags averaging ninety points a game and they score forty seven. Randy Benson after the game that this is what he envisioned although that was hard hard to believe. But I mean every coach is going to be confident. The Cal coaching staff is probably confident heading into the Pac twelve tournament today, but still this. This was a stunning stunning upset. Well, they certainly made some defensive adjustments. They've got a an NBA player a lottery pick, and it really hot you Mora and held him to fix shot took away his aggressiveness and really force them to scramble defensively on the post. We have some inside. And they're very good, but lose a few inches on the post. So we force them to react and scramble and guide to some big shots down the stretch. And so many unsung heroes are most outstanding player was a guy. That is a senior starting for the first time Jordan, either became a shot blocking and defensive presence. And Tommy Cousy is a walk on. And he was channeling his inner Steve Nash down the stretch of that game. Got a superstar fulsome Jordan everything fell into place real magical night. I'll never forget it. Dave how far can Saint Mary's go in the tournament? Well, yeah, it depends on what the seating is. And we were hearing so projections of being twelve last night so every year at twelve to five, but if you can be a ten or maybe eleven certainly seen them having a shot to win a game. If you can get a draw like that. And then as we saw last year with Loyola and sister Jean making the run, you know, anything can happen. So there's certainly a competent bunch, and nobody believed that they could pull that off other than the guys in blue. That was pretty cool to be a part of. Hey, Dave last question. What does this mean for recruiting? They not only knocked off the number one team in the nation. They did it in a nationally televised game on ESPN a lot of people saw. The the gym has always been kind of a negative in terms of recruiting mcewen's, not a glamorous spot, even the facilities at Santa Clara better than them. But yeah, they sell the program and not the gym they play in. And obviously we've relied on a lot of Ozzy influence over the years. Certainly big. It's a huge deal was up a long shot. And you know, what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. There was no curfew last night. We're a little groggy coming home. But never forget. Thanks, dave. A pleasure. Dave lewis. The Saint Mary's Gaels radio analyst, and they're all celebrating an amazing performance. It really was extraordinarily extraordinary and again big celebration on the Moraga campus twelve fifteen this afternoon
Gonzaga vs. Saint Mary's score: Gaels upset No. 1 Zags to win WCC Tournament
"Trade him college basketball, Saint Mary's knocking out Gonzaga to win the west coast conference tournament fairly Dickinson won the northeast conference championship with an eighty five seventy six win against Saint Francis of Pennsylvania, colonial championship won by northeastern barely Dickinson and North Dakota state also winning their conference tournaments in advancing the
"saint mary" Discussed on Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook
"I think that's going to sharpen that iron a little bit more than past Eason's for Zack's art. So you said you think their five top one hundred teams from the west coast conference who were the other four and who kinda stands out from that group. Well, I think the team the biggest surprise is San Francisco this year. I I mean, I know they're coming off a loss in San Diego and less game. But that San Francisco team, you know, not too much was expected, and I get it. They of all the teams in the conference they played the weakest strength of schedule so far. But I think, you know, the don's really, you know, coming into their own here this season as helped out the conference, and it starts on the defensive side of the ball for them. Or were they have, you know, a top thirty defense in the country. And in fact, I if you believe the camp bomb ratings as far as the just the defensive efficiency, even better defense begins zag at this point, San Francisco has really stepped up, you know, San Diego's at team, and then the kinda was making some improvement last year. But but San Diego's a team that's also been an improvement over additions as San Diego coming off. You know wins against Lyle and San Francisco and our last couple of games they've kind of separated themselves and put. Them in the top one hundred. And then the other two teams in these teams have been around here for the last decade when it comes to kinda challenges when it comes to begin zagging west coast, Saint Mary's taking a little bit of a step back this year. They're coming up back to back losses but still from from profitable aspect fourteen and eight against the number this year, Saint Mary's not as good as passed additions. But certainly I haven't in my top forty as far our top fifty when it comes to power rating. And then, you know, BYU got a big win over St Mary's in their last game, they kind of been meandering away. It's not one of the better BYU teams we've seen in where they're going to get up close and personal how good BYU is nationally when they play against zag tonight. But I think all five of those teams starting with gins aga- filed by San Francisco Saint Mary's BYU in San Diego. They're all my top one hundred and I don't think there's going to be a lot of disagreement there nationally. So is this a top five of the conference? It just keeps rolling through the regular season. Or do you think somebody in that bottom? Five can you know, maybe sneak up there and spoil the party. You know, I would have said that Lila Miramonte would have been one to to possibly breakthrough there. But you know, San Diego losing that game here to recently lost a Saint Mary's at home, and that was a relatively big loss for them. Just having seen them be able to move. I mean coming up next for them. I mean, they got a relatively easy game against Pacific. They should win. And I'd even lean on them to cover the night hosting Pacific there at BYU that'll be Grellet. I mean, that's the big week for them will be next week at BYU, and then hosting San Diego if they can break through into that top five, I think that would be the team that possibly could do it. But I just haven't seen enough of by sign from the lion. So far this season say they'll they can jump in that Nixon and compete with the big boys. Now are there any situational types of spots? You look at here. I mean, do you sort of look to fade teams after they play Gonzaga? Are there any scheduling situations? You try to capitalize on. Well, it's an it is one of those conferences where you can because they're playing these Thursday Saturday games. And you know, again, this is handicapping worn on this, very basic level stuff here. But you know, it's the one conference where you see teams play three four straight road games. And a lot of times at the end of that road trip, especially if it's kinda, you know, you're playing to road games in three nights. The those are ones that I don't mind taking advantage of specifically if they're played at that, you know that last one and get zagging kind in that situation, although they've had a week in between games here..
"saint mary" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast
"It's a tough one. I'm gonna say Kenny Thomas that is incorrect. Okay. To steal absolute hoot is let me see the three other options. Besides Oester tag. Kenny Thomas Eddie house MAURICE Evans between Oeser tag. That is incorrect steel way. It's seven. Yeah. That's correct. They both were starters. Kenny Thomas Evans, we still have a tie game. Jeff. Let me scroll down Ron Artest volunteered to donate his salary to keep which kings teammate from leaving. Mike, Bibby, Bonzi wells, Ronnie price. Kenny thomas. This is a tough one, either wells are bitty wells. That is correct. Why of that one out I'm ever buns? Who else I liked him? I'm gonna kings. I remember him as well. Very underrated. Now, Jeff me, Mark. Would you guess that one? Yes. Okay. As I Wade said definitively. Yes, he's gotta sit it with his chest a little bit. Like, You. I haven't heard Mark which two ACC schools ended Sacramento king. Chris Weber's two attempts at winning an NCWA, title, Clemson and Miami, Georgia Tech and Clemson, Maryland, and Florida state or Duke and Carolina Carolina that the those other options, you're thinking of those really not you. I'm talking to. I'm talking about you. Where are you? So mad. Why are those who Clemson Maryland really the question, which I think is easiest by far the Broncos diners ones by pouty kids? Are you mad because we're getting these questions? That's why I realize that we're getting we're getting three days off next week. Like there's five. Five. All right. All right. What is for right now? Seven seven seven seven. How should have went? And it is not no one's getting any. We are past the hour market. Seven two seven. The I wanted to get to the next three is the winter. All right. Jeff prior to joining the forty Niners quarterback, Frankie, Albert and halfback Len s Mont were teammates at what school Santa Clara UC Berkeley, Saint Mary's. Preflight or Stanford. Stanford. That is incorrect Mark would you like to steal the two names, again, Santa Clara UC Berkeley, Saint Mary's. Preflight or Stanford were the two players. Oh, I'm sorry. Frankie Albert and Len s Mont and he said Stanford. Yes. And it was Berkeley. Saint Mary's Woodall's Santa Clara. I'm going to say Berkeley. That is incorrect. I'm gonna say particularly St Mary's that is correct. The last call you would think of football. But this is probably a long how right. All right. So let's see. Mark. Yes. Which forty Niners scored three touchdowns in Super Bowl nineteen against Miami. Roger Craig Wendell Tyler or Russ Francis. Roger Craig that is correct nicely done. What is the score right now? We're closing eight two seven has a slight lead. Chest is starting to fill the pressure. Will he be stopped homes or will he be Nathan Peterman? Making millions of dollars. Their way. Well, you also get Christmas office win win. Who holds the forty Niners record for career Super Bowl interceptions. Eric, right. Kina Turner, Ronnie Lott running lot. That is incorrect. What Eric right? That is correct. Okay. Back to Mark. If Mark gets this, correct? He wins. He has nine. Which Sacramento player averaged more points per game during the four zero five regular Cain regular season for kings. Michael Bradley, Matt Barnes, Kevin Martin, Greg Ostertag, warmer time, the names of the whole question just the question which Sacramento player averaged more points per game during the four zero five regular season for this. And you said it was Barnes Martin Oester tag. And who else? Michael, bradley. This is a tough tough question. Matt Barnes that is correct. Holy crap that as an impressive comeback. A. Wow, that is impressive. We now have our Sacramento Kings. San Francisco forty known give him that Riviera champion, and that is not a down my mind market. Gradually smarts. Gotta do gotta be a good sport here. So with that, Mark. How do you feel having entire Christmas week off? I'm going to Disneyland. I would not subject myself to that during Christmas week. I feel great. And I appreciate it. All right. So we're going to go on a break. And then we'll come back closing close things. And congratulations. Both you guys did. Well, a lot tougher. Sometimes think about somebody even your favorite teams. They can be a lot tougher. Yeah. So we start talking about the million dollar backfield..
"saint mary" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"To amplify, Ruth fame and his image. And it worked like gangbusters Roger angel. Who has you know, as he will know is the the legend of baseball writing for the New York or said to me, he's the model for modern celebrity. You know, the only difference. It's between him and what LeBron and and Jordan did is the amount of money. I wanna before you go. I want to ask you about what I mentioned about the search for truth. My wife always tells friends, look, if if you don't wanna be disappointed that don't ask BUSTER questions about these players, and I feel like that. I it's important to do that. Because you need to understand everything behind the players, and what motivates the players in the background and the way you dug into babe Ruth's childhood, and I'm curious about how you feel about that the search for truth in writing a biography because there are a lot of ugly details in in the lives of these athletes and all of our lives. I think that's the biographers job. You know, you don't want to overdo it. It has to be in context. I mean, you know, it Saint Mary's those kids got meet once a week. Even though the brothers were raising cattle out in the farmland behind the school, which was sold. Ah? You know, exported and sold the kids that didn't get that the kids got three hotdogs on on the weekend. You know, does it would it make anybody wonder why he would stuff himself later gorge himself on everything life had to offer. You know, it it it it the childhood is the key to understanding everything about him. And I also think you know, when he got out of Saint Mary's BUSTER, you know, in short order, and he's only nineteen years old. He signed with the Orioles soul to the Red Sox. He helps win a an international league championship for the providence grays and he gets married. So this guy who in legend is this ravenous man driven by appetite. And who's oh almost described as animalistic in a way, that's not as first instinct, his first instinct is to get married to the first woman who is nice to him Helen Woodford. Oh, coffee shop waitress and to try to create for himself the family. He never had that it didn't work it. He didn't know how to be a husband or a father is hardly surprising given where he grew up. But he did learn how to become kind there. I don't think there was a mean bone in his revolutionary body one of my favorite stories concern, this the last several weeks of his life. He was still traveling for the Ford Motor Company going and you use promoting use baseball and his last stop was in Minneapolis. And he did a radio interview. The very fact that he was doing radio then having come into the major leagues before the list of radio is Donna shape, but he's sitting there with a blind little boy perched in his lap and the kids eleven and the kid can't see and babe who's dying of nasal Farren Geel cancer can barely talk. And they do this radio interview. And the kid wants to know about his autobiography which just been published which Ruth basically couldn't contribute to because he was too ill. And he wants to know who's gonna win the pennant, and he wants to know how he feels and basis. Well, my throat feeling pretty bad, and my headaches all the time and pretty soon Johnny rooms out of things to add. And they roost. You know, it's holding this child and says to him is so K, Johnny. I think we're just we're both just about out of words. And what a what a what an epitaph, you know. He was out of words. He was out of words. He was out of time. He was only fifty three years old. He looked way older and the last thirteen years of his life when baseball had no use for him. No place for him or of very, very excruciating. Reminder of the abandonment in his childhood baseball, abandoned him as much as his parents had. The details in his book are incredible. Jay did such a great job of they congratulations. Thanks for taking the time. To join us anytime BUSTER, I'm yours. Leisure tweets. It's bittersweet BUSTER the.
"saint mary" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Like ten year plan of DC comics and making it the verse the better book brand for little kids. So like the little kid on the field now Batman and superman and vice versa. Very interesting. So Paul different topic. But what was your first football team that you played for the first football team was in seventh grade, I went to Saint Patrick's white lake, but they didn't have a football team. So we all played for Our Lady of refuge. Now's right across the street Saint Mary's, obviously. But I guess that's kind of the feeder team for Saint Mary's and a little bit of men like five of their guys game from went to Saint Mary's. Now now now Burma orchard lake towards your leg. Detroit all thinly a fifty mile radius. JJ subject gun was your favorite study spa on campus. My group of engineers we have a system in which we schedule the same room on the third floor. So big one the big conference rooms the has like the six tables and the nice window. We book it like today. I think we have a book from one to seven so each person in the group takes their job in reserving it, and so if I know it's Monday or Wednesday, no matter who's in there from that time period. I know I can kick them out because my group has reserved it nice. So that is my secret spot. Yeah. Okay. No, Paul just closing out. What are some of your pre game rituals or superstitions? My pre game rituals a kinda unique in the sense that they don't listen to music or anything of that nature. Yeah. But yeah, just the position and play like overly hyped up the more emphasis that I put on a game more pressure. And the tends to not be good for years. I guess. So I'm kind of upset I just kind of listen to stuff that's call myself down just keeping composed..
"saint mary" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"You, about I know you're New York and you're kind of a big deal out there and you probably got a lot of people that, are hitting up the phone line San out of trying to pull every which way and I get it so. I, don't want to take. Too much of your, time What you mentioned the, other teams in the central division in one that didn't get a lot. Of talk radio got a. Big win over walled lake western LaSalle was picked to win the Catholic League central division still very well could they. Took a, loss out. Of muskegon tonight but orchard lake Saint Mary's the foul to McComb Dakota twenty eight twenty four that score coming in as. Officially final now again that Saint Mary's had a lead late in the, fourth quarter Dakota an eighty yard touchdown pass to give them a twenty eight twenty four lead in the Cougars were able to hold on for victory Saint Mary's were not sure are they gonna be able to bounce back this year. From what was definitely a down year to the eagles standards You have to think. With a coach. Like George Florida hall of fame coach has won seven state title as a. Football. Coach at Saint Mary's going dumping back, on a two, hundred six year that you, know they'll, have the ability to do so the last time I think they lost six games with, two thousand and two and. Then the following year in two thousand and three they wanted to say final so they. Went to the playoffs I could say. And. Then two years later they went to the Players Championship game four coupla tonight. And losing the Dakota it's not easy trying to? Beat the coda at the. Goethe but you know they even have, that to have that lead late in the fourth. Quarter and, then lose it on an eighty yard touchdown pass it's a little. I'm sure it's a little disheartening for the for the eaglets league with people unsure Chad is not not real about that but you. Know this is gonna be. A you know it's gonna be interesting with Catholic League teams with regards the numbers football program come in they married At the roller numbered in the Catholic. League football it football program last year, they had about less than fifty under oppression in their JV combined last year but they had about another forty on their on their varsity last year so now kind of wonder is there is there an issue with numbers possibly going on at. Saint Mary's which could play it back on it you know they're going to be. Tough there's still going to be a tough out and, they were they didn't roll. Over for anyone last year even though they went, to and six so it's, gonna be but it's going to be a battle for them to challenge especially. In the rugged central division this is probably one of the, games that they, were hoping on counting on to win and now you have you still have these non league game plus three games in the. Set within the. Central division that you've got gotta win so it's gonna be a probably a. Little. Bit of an uphill climb for applying, for Saint Mary, this year especially going into, week two, no doubt listen I can hear the paparazzi.
"saint mary" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"Taking a look. At more of the community news notes Saint Mary's of color would summer picnic next Sunday August nineteenth Slovenska begins with mas-, said noon Followed by chicken and roast beef dinners serving fifteen. Dollars for adults dollars, for jewelry And there will be a big deal, by the authors children's games Chinese raffle international Also the, main raffle and plenty of food and refreshments throughout the day that, will include cheval Ritchie and the Vasily good see we'll play for your listening and. Dancing pleasure and join, in our, friends at Saint Mary's. For an afternoon of relaxation and fun everyone invited on Sunday August nineteenth and coming up tomorrow the promotes ski, club will be having their picnic will be held at Cupper south on. Brat, road in Geneva starting with mass at. Twelve thirty after mass lunch will be available featuring well a, lot of great goodies are eight and then from. Three to seven Europa's coming in from Canada there's no entrance of. The and that's all happening tomorrow is the promote ski. Club their picnic, out at this level On Wednesday can dance and have dinner and have it all, a beautiful Wednesday night August fifteenth at Saint Mary's church hall. In or well located on route to forty, five, just north of route three twenty two stuffed chicken breasts dinners will be, served from four to six it's ten dollars for dinner and five bucks. For. Ten and under Frank Merav six orchestra provided the music from six thirty to eight thirty like to get a ticket reservation or find. Out more you can, call four, four zero eight one. Two two four one six that's four four zero eight one two two four one six been out there for, one or two of these fines dinners in that the gals they really do, a great job with the home cooked. Meal so that's all happening out in or well Tony we, want to see a load of Pat Silva gang understand her out national Beulah hooping it up a little bit with Their button accordions and making supply music so we want to, see a lotta them a got a great day for it. And we hope that they're enjoying the day, we're, going to go out to Chisholm Minnesota right now out the iron range, Joe weather, here's Mr. Ron set in the car Donald r your of dried Mexican sure is a locally owned. Family business for over forty years selling auto home business.
"saint mary" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Covering made of snakeskin in warm weather he likes to cruise the city as he'd done twenty years ago or maybe more except now he's alone and not with his friends as he'd been back then as if nothing has changed and the surprises that not really much has changed in certain parts of the city and off the largest streets in his drawn back always little expectant and curious to the old places for instance saint mary's church where they'd all gone and the grammar school next door and the half dozen houses his parents had rented while he and his brothers regarding up so we couldn't name their chronological sequence any longer and one or two of them have been remodeled glitzy fake brick citing and a big picture window so it's difficult to recognize the houses except by the way of the neighboring houses which are beginning to be unrecognizable to there's a variety store close by the school hardly changed at all where he parks to get a pack of lucky and just as he's leaving he runs into this woman jackie he'd known in high school back before she was married and he was married and she's in tight shorts that show the swell of her buttocks and her small round stomach and a tank top blouse like a young girl would wear looking good with her fleshy smiling mouth and her eyes shadowed and silvery blue and her legs so long and trim though a little bunch she at the knees at first it almost seems jaiqi doesn't recognize him but then of course she does and they get to talking and laughing and it's clear she likes him looking at her like that asking him questions about his job and where he's living now since the divorce and what's his ex wife doing and then they get to talking about old friends in high school classmates guys he hung around with some of them they haven't seen or heard of emir.
"saint mary" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Dot com which is the website same way with the crab magazine we're getting ready to launch the crab magazine in a month or so and you're crabbing pictures eating crabs catching crabs you know lifting crabs out of the water netting crabs holding crab showing off crabs kids with crabs you get the idea ellison ls outdoors dot com is the email address for the crab pictures as well so we were in southern maryland the other day i met some new folks talk to some people that have been in in the large and things about the seafood industry here in maryland a lot of things about families generations of families that have been in the seafood business down in saint mary's county and other places yeah very interesting stuff so try some of their seafood way out to try some of their seafood fun okay we have a question online so john b says okay white and what was the other caller good morning john said there are two right white no black is colorless wait a minute see i know this you know this well while you think about it we'll we'll wait for the first caller here show so the turkey thing is you know we're hearing predictions of slow start to the rock fish season 'cause of the water temperature here and slow start to the turkey season because of the temperature i mean has the temperature ffected you personally you my wonderful listeners has it affected your ability to go or your desire to go or your i mean the wind obviously if you're going out there in a boat but what do you think the effect of this cooler weather on the twenty first of april how does that affect you personally as a fisherman or even a hunter if you're going out for turkeys turkey seasons always chilly usually but you know what what do you think the effects of this weather are on.
"saint mary" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Know two days straight how we got him we smoked him out of the whole again we got him it's gotta be jimmy king what's up coach don how're you doing was having have smoking me out today from the right king they got they gotta be gotta because you know we all remember we we mix it up a little bit when he was helping out over lake way back in the day so lay saint mary's was over there in absolutely i'm good man you know we hit a nerve today when we you know talking about basketball and know what they ended i wanna say is that you know when you talk about skill development and you're talking about cultures a many so many arteries and veins and tentacles that's connected to basketball these days you know so for me and as simple as for you know what's player development skill development getting better boils down to a couple of things you know one you know kids don't play basketball anymore very the less the lights are on unless somebody is sitting on the sideline washington platinum they don't play you know we come from the era where you had the secret route thing james you was a short guy so you've figured out how to get your shop like nobody necessarily teach you that and a high school level i can only have four guys jim out of time okay you know 'cause i couldn't afford it but i had to go get mine they don't they don't work like that anymore they if you go pick them up turn the lights on and runs real hour and a half there were done what are they doing after that is right don't do that.
"saint mary" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"If there was nobody to respond how many more people get shot so the idea that nobody that that would have been somehow a different response from the sheriff in saint mary's maryland saint mary's county maryland then in a parkland that's a really ugly conversation for someone to have burst it says about the sheriff's deputy and saint mary's that he's actually all he's he's not he's not tough he's not strong he's not prepared he's not willing he's not decent and that if it was a scarier gun he would he would have stayed outside we don't know this it's a that's a that's a terrible thing to think of the guy shots were fired and he ran towards the shots you know one of the one of the things that i this is a really true story i was on the nra tv cam edwards so i i do i'm on his show weekly and we've had them here many times he was in los angeles doing shows when the boston marathon bombing happened and i remember watching it i didn't i we were watching it happen and i was engaged in something and i saw i knew something that happens but i i didn't know that at the very very first and it was bombing that was a terrorist attack just you're like okay what is this going to end up being that something explode was at a gas main what have you but i was there with with with kirch liquor kurt schlichter the retired army colonel the author of the book conservative insurgency and he sees things a little bit differently than i do a different different lenses of of those experiences in one of the things that he said we were on the show is you'll notice that everybody who was there in uniform national guard people police officers they run towards the danger because that's what they do that's why they're different they're not all perfect but it's why they're different they're willing to run towards the danger i am not going to somehow say the blame gaskell who saved lives by taking out the shooter even if he was seventeen saved lives i'm not gonna say that somehow he wouldn't have done his job i think anybody who goes down that road is in is is a really sick sort of way but we had in this situation exactly what we're discussing somebody who was.
"saint mary" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Welcome back to the jim bohannon show with dr alex del carmen from tarleton state university in fort worth where he is in charge of and we're looking at the cases of of two incidents another school shooting this one in saint mary's county maryland a far out suburb of the nation's capital and of course the continued bombings in and around austin cruxes here is sharon in crane missouri i don't know if you've if someone has asked this because i came to the program late the bombings in austin this person i remember when the unabomber was the big deal in this country and i was wondering do you think there's a possibility that this individual is triggering these bombs from a vantage point where he can watch possibly using a cell phone and so that he can get i hate to put it this way but the maximum bang for his buck what about that is there a need alex for the the perpetrator here to to to see firsthand his handiwork well i mean if you look back at the personalities of serial killers and and obviously people that wanna harm others in a series thankful events yes they do have the sadistic you know if you wanna call it inclination to want to see their victim suffer i mean i still remember talking to defense attorney ted bundy in his miami trial that actually told those that ted bundy wanted to cross examine one of the.
"saint mary" Discussed on WCHS
"Welcome back to the jim bohannon show with dr alex del carmen from tarleton state university in fort worth where he is in charge of criminology and we're looking at the cases of of two incidents another school shooting this one in saint mary's county maryland a far out suburb of the nation's capital and of course the continued bombings in and around austin texas here is sharon in crane missouri i don't know if you if someone has asked this because i came to the program lake the bombings in austin this person i remember when the unabomber was the big deal in this country and i was wondering do you think there's a possibility that this individual is triggering these bombs from a vantage point where he can watch possibly using a cell phone and so that he can get i hate to put it this way but the maximum bang for his buck what about that is there a need alex for the the perpetrator here to to to see firsthand his handiwork well i mean if you look back at the personalities of serial killers and and obviously people that want to harm others in a series of events yes they do have a sadistic you know if you wanna call it inclination to want to see their victims suffer i mean i still remember talking to defense attorney for ted bundy in his miami trial that actually told those that ted bundy wanted to cross examine one of the.
"saint mary" Discussed on Z100
"The story coming from great mills high in saint mary's county maryland school is on lockdown because of report of high school shooting reports of multiple injuries but thirties or saying the incident has been contained and that's all we know as of right now this is breaking news as a matter of fact i it's interesting one of the interesting stories in reporting a story like this is you we quickly want to go to as many sources as possible because we don't want to report anything that's not true and we are not we are technically not a news agency we can get the news is fast as you can exactly but anyway it's interesting to travel cross the tv channels and see people doing stories about one month from taxis and it's you know what are you wearing what are the what are the new seasons colors dresses and shades in hair and then you know this story is just now breaking so you know when you're in our position we're thinking well what do we say now because there really isn't any information available right and you wanna be careful you don't wanna put the wrong information out there not at all just to let you know what the state of the situation is the incident has been contained according to thirties police are on the scene parents must pick up their students from the leonard town high school auditorium and should not go to great mills high school because it is a crime scene a statement on the saint mary's county public schools website rep site website reads there's been a shooting a great mills high school the school on lockdown the event is contained in the sheriff's office is on the scene additional information follow but as you've heard in the past minute and a half since we started talking about it i basically said the same four stories over and over and over there you know what's wrong nothing it's just my little guy suffers from anxiety and when i talked to him this morning he said you know he's worried about the snowstorm and he said mom you know are you going to be home tomorrow and i said i don't know i may have to stay at work and daddy we home and he's just gets nervous he's like well who's in stay with me who's gonna be in the house you know he gets nervous and i just can't even he doesn't know much about all this stuff because he's only eight and i try to hide it from him because i feel like if he finds out he it's gonna be so tough for him because he has anxiety it's tough in general to deal with stuff like this but when you have a child that worries so much it's hugh worse and i just can't imagine what parents feeling like and just disgusting disgusting you can't imagine because you're going through it i can't imagine how it is being a mom in part of you wants to put them in a in a steel room walk them in or and lock the world out at the other side you know he's got to get learn about life so it's like it's got to be really tough on you it's not easy it's terrible but the level of anxiety for anyone and everyone you're a parent or not it's just very staggering right now the therapists are saying that nowadays because of everything going on in this world more and more kids are having zayed's and more and more kids are needing therapy and are so worried about things in their lives because of everything that they see around them all the time and what they know is going on in this world froggy what's the latest now i just feel like as a parent my job is to try to make my fill safe and i would love to be able to look at much take it won't happen again or i can promise you won't happen to you but you can't and so it's very difficult to make them feel safe but all you can do is love them and continue to do what we're doing trying to make change and trying to get the world to be different and also you can do your part by just being nice and just being kind to people as simple as that sounds it's so true again the news is not changing it's still very very simple very bare reports of a high school shooting great mills high in saint mary's county maryland the school is on lockdown investigations underway with all thorns their reports of possibly see i hate even reading this reports of multiple injuries i'm i'll tell you why i hate saying that because there's a part of me hoping that that's not true course authorities say the incident has been contained so there you go okay to play all right we're gonna take a break and keep an eye on this and we'll be back elvis duran duran
"saint mary" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Other conferences and they barely escaped in the first round but i i still think that you know they're going to be a tough out in turn segment but then you had a team like saint mary's who were here in the bay area and you know with coach ben it's one of my favorites i mean i love that guy and what he does for that program you know their strength is scheduled to really hurt them but i felt like you know you look at some of these teams that are in the tournament and you're telling me that saint mary's is in one of the top you know what sixty eight teams in the country i mean that's a that's absurd to me it is i i really feel bad for them i felt like they should have been in a tournament i actually despite the pac twelve not playing well not making it to me was was kind of a joke you know one of the things you wonder about is so much of this has become metro the quadrants now the quarter one clocking one for the rpi the different you know seguin rankings you wonder sometimes and i'm sure they do and you know it'd be too critical but you wonder how much they watch the game to me you still have to you know it's almost like basketball hall to the metrics are important but you still have to watch and balance the metrics versus you know kind of real life and what's happening he'll what's in front of your eyes and i felt like a team like sc team like saint mary's this watched those teams you know they should have been in but you know at the end of the day those teams probably weren't going to go to the final four it it's it's tough for them and and the committee certainly sent a message that you know these teams have to schedule way up you know you you gotta you gotta go test yourself on the road hey issue for example finished ninth in the pac twelve in play very won't conference but again they had to win against kansas and again they scheduled really you know they challenge themselves it's kinda the message the committee said whether you liked the results are not i think that's that's the takeaway yeah absolutely i.
"saint mary" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Guillermo is adnan wearing fed gear while watching fed adorable or would you describe it as the door any well number one saint mary's in our tournament of looked like but not that tournament this tournament the nit number one seed saint mary's is represented by doug peterson looks at the guy dating your mom who calls you champ even though you're twenty six so that advances because they beat guess southern louisiana southern louisiana an eight seat is represented by paul finebaum looks like a nineteen fifties small town council fisher who confidently raises a finger and begins trying to discuss how more attention needs to be paid to the aging town clock only to be quickly talked over by the rest of the council ordered or all excited about the elaborate upcoming town carnival all right way too long and deserves the out of the german and be a professional broadcaster and then and do that in the broadcasting breath one broadcasting breath oregon three seed represented by andrew luck looks like the atypically large high school freshman who always seems to have to to fish stuck in his braces after lunch that's really good why not i know i'm glad that advanced advanced over rider rider is represented by theron lou looks like a confused goldfish that's true that's gone the confused goldfish is gone i soon it'll be gone from cleveland to the one seated usc usc is represented by mike zimmer looks like the high school metal shop teacher who always over emphasizes safety by pointing safety posters for this nub of an index finger.