18 Burst results for "Scott Sheppard"

"scott sheppard" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

06:40 min | 2 months ago

"scott sheppard" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Ever had. I mean, we got to say good riddance to this year. I mean, there's some people that have had a horrible tragedies happen to them in their lives. But as a whole this year has been back. I've lost a couple of people saying Over this year I lost my cousin who's a couple of years younger than me. She went in. Uh, through the hospital, uh, experiencing symptoms of covert and A couple days later, she was no longer with us. And then did you even get to have a funeral? That's a good question. I don't think I think they did have a funeral. I think they did have a funeral. And then one of my childhood friends that I grew up with. Of course that lived behind me. Got to notice last week that she had passed and she was 52. So it Zat 70 eighties 90 year old, You know, it's been In a rough rough year, but hey, Tony, we're gonna lighten it up and keep it his much as we can like this. I was Tony. Oh, You look like Tony and that of the cereal. So I look like the I looked like Tony Columbo and I look like the national City bomber. You have, um, aggravation over just Are you saying all white people look alike? Not in a million years. Would I ever say that on there? Uh, so we're gonna have Scott Shepard coming up the Free Enterprise Project deputy director. He wrote a very interesting article for town hall called Prepare for the Man Hate to boil over. Why we can't wait to get over and get into that a little more. And then we're going to have a newsmaker Nick Shore, But before we get to those interesting guests, we have Daryl on the line. Carol, How are you? I'm great. They're just sitting here in my office Chilling. At least I'm not putting you to sleep. You called in. So thank you. Oh, no. Well, I mean, I've got a chance to listen to you guys. World. The shelves used to be used to be better. Oh, wow, Mark will be back Monday. Sorry. No, no, no black Mark Mark planning. We need to find out. We need to bring days in the morning. Time to liven the place. Dave Glover. Dave does not want to get up this early. Hey, I'll get you a little secret. It's tough for me to get up this. I'm already up. Mark. Mark. You know what? I'm not? I'm not really sleepy. I'm I I'm yawning, but I'm not really sleepy. But anyway, that's my problem. You want to talk about the company they love days. You think that's something? The plants they love day love, David. Yeah. Davis, the man we won't talk about Darryl. Yeah, well, you know, I was I was just thinking about you know how you guys taking cheap shots and buying and all this kind of stuff? You know, Trump this guy we've got the wedding's went specifically. Are you saying because I always want to make sure we're all on the same page. What specific cheap shots. Are you alluding to just like you? You mispronounced? Uh The future vice president, But I did correct myself and say it correctly because I said an incorrectly first, and then I corrected myself so that I could be correct. Yeah, but that's actually never happened. That should never happen. So I should never make mistakes. Ever mispronouncing someone's name? That's just not something you did run a million dollar company. I don't have time to make the stakes. Can't make the state that I get that. Would you know what it would cost me a lot of money? Well, you're perfect. You walk on water, too. Yeah. You raised the dead. I've been told. No, I can you give you give the blind their sight back to your You don't make mistakes. It's incredible. Meanwhile, your solution and stop that man stop and drop. Their very dizzy did say it is I told you was going to come. Usually usually it's within the first five minutes when they can't came with you, intellectually. That's when it comes to the insulting you, Darryl. Have a great day. Appreciate it. And as I said, we're have Scott Sheppard. Scott Shepard is a fellow at the National Center for Public Policy Research, deputy director of its free Enterprise project. How are you, Scott? I'm great. How are you this morning? He's deal. Can you believe I gotta deal with that on New Year's Eve? Yeah, that was you know that was that was coming. Coming. Coming hunting with an empty rifle. That was no good at all. He didn't have anything. I knew it was coming. I just You know the only real debate. Is it going to be after the first minute is going to be about five minutes. When is the personal insults going to come and shine? Shoeshine? That's a new one. Haven't heard that in a while. I don't understand why that wasn't itself a cheap shot. Now this this this fellow doesn't make any mistakes. Dan has a million dollar company to Scott. That's right. That's right. A million dollar company and a Russian mob doesn't make any states doesn't have any time to make any mistakes, Mistakes but has time to call into a radio show to insult. Ah, host For no reason that you can come up with now that Z. Not sure That's the best time allocation for a millionaire Scott. We call that on Lee in America, right? That's right. And God bless her soul didn't exactly exactly Hey, let's talk about this. His controversially in a sense article that you wrote for Town Hall. It's called Prepare for the man Hate to boil back over when I Received that email from Judea and instantly intrigued me talk a little bit about it. Well, the initial premise or of another state, Even on election night itself is the exit polls are being, uh, a dissected for for details. Appeared, and it turned out to be true that black men and Hispanic men were voting for Trump and for the Republican ticket in much higher numbers than before, Um, doubled in the case of black men in some some parts of the country, the his the male Hispanic vote. Was higher for the Republicans and for the Democrats, and that's that's a new first in a lot of places, and even that night on on the fivethirtyeight site, Um there were some commentators noticing this and saying, You know, it's just so depressing to see that the men's Toxicity. Black and brown men's toxicity and privilege outweigh their solidarity with their their minority brothers and sisters. And I thought, Oh, my God, do you go right? There's only two choices you can on Lee be virtuous and awesome and a leftist like Darryl War..

Scott Darryl War Tony Columbo Mark Scott Shepard Town Hall Trump deputy director Dave Glover Um Scott Sheppard Lee Nick Shore Carol national City bomber vice president Daryl David
"scott sheppard" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

08:18 min | 3 months ago

"scott sheppard" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Political, depending on your sport. Maybe your cup of coffee is political. Why do we have to have politics permeating our entire Lives. I'm Mike Ferguson that I'm joined now, by Scott Sheppard. He is with the Free Enterprise Project. And Scott, Thanks so much for the time today, and I don't want to talk to you of laughing because of your headline of your op Ed woke companies stop pandering to millennials, Socialism, Faith, So I love that that raises eyebrows right off the bat. But this is something that everybody's obviously taken Those over the last few months is that businesses are being told by activist groups and college students and protesters. You got to take a side. You've got some kind of duty or ethical or moral duty to take a side on these issues. What's your assessment of that? That's exactly right. There's a whole hope combination of left wing organizations and investment firms. It had been trying for 20 years to push American corporations into the left hand lane of everything to get involved in politics to get malted Social Justice Warrior ship. To invent a terrible word and to just absolutely lock out people and ideas on the right to the point of causing these companies to work very hard to continue. To maintain the right to discriminate on the basis of viewpoint to kick out employees and suppliers who won't bow to their new woke political standards. You know this is the left is the party of science in the party of experts, but these efforts are backed up by the worst. Arguments and theories and logic that you can imagine one of the arguments that I hear constantly when I'm the lone conservative on panels. You know, it's me getting attacked by four liberals talking about how wonderful left wing corporate participation is I get I get told. Well, you know, cos just have to do this because the millennials got to millennials just so woke And they just they care so much about equity and the companies will just lose him forever if they don't go left forever, But The obvious response to that is, if you're a gen xer like I am you You grew up listening to your parent's generation talk. Sleep about how lovely the age of Aquarius was the time of the hippies. And but by the time we were old enough to follow any of that they don't turned into yuppies. They've seen what happened in the seventies, They learned that socialism and hugging Was not a way to run a country and they voted for regular and so we have to assume that they like all generations in history, you know, go back to Churchill and Israeli before the head and all of these fingers all the way back to Plato. We'll say that. You know, if you find the kid who's already a rock ribbed conservative, they're just heartless. But if you find somebody over the age of 30, who still leftist they're brainless. And we can't expect it to millennials are dumber than the boomers. So we fully have to expect all of history teaches us that these kids are gonna grow up. Figure out how the world works and become conservatives. Is there a difference between a company going woke because of pressure from social movements and boycotts. I mean, neoconservatives boycotted companies. And you know, media projects and things like that in the past. Is there a difference between what's happening now? And the old fashioned boycotts because we didn't like the what somebody was doing. Yeah, Yeah, there's there's a fairly big difference. First of all, what we do on the conservative side against all of these organizations on the left is that we submit shareholder proposals to companies. To try to get those companies to just stay in state neutral. You know, we're not trying to force them, right? We're just trying to keep them out of politics on do fight against this. This leftward drift. But when Companies get pressured at the shareholder level of the shareholder meetings. They get scared, and they respond more and more and part of the effort by the left has been to stack boards of directors with actively openly leftist players, including chief diversity officers in the like, or or people with that kind of background, who's on Lee Expert piece is in woke ism. Right. And so they have They have a standing representative from the land of woke on on these boards, and they just push and push and push and accuse everybody who disagrees with all of their loaded. C is racist, and so it is different and it is more powerful, and it's also more powerful because our group You know, I'm not. I'm not speaking with a wealth of evidence, but the anecdotally it seems to us That where we have busy lives. We've got family to take care of. We got commitments on. We're not enveloped in politics every minute of the day. So when we boycott things, they tend to fizzle. Disney didn't suffer because of the years of Value. Voter boycotts but by cots tend to work and as the right is going to get further and further pushed out by these organizations, if they're successful, one thing that we could all look to do is First they could just drop organizations. If we feel like they're dabbing us in the back where they're holding us down, and Fox News might be a good after election night. Fox News might be a good choice for that, but also has happened with Goya, the red being company in the fall. If People actually organizations Cos actually do stand up on our side Go by a bunch of their stuff. Just keep that in mind by cops tend to work more than boycotts. But if you're done with the company just be done with it. Don't take them all stands that you've betrayed me. Fox News we're done. So a lot of the movements whether it's black lives matter or environmental movements or whatever the case is there arguing to these companies and like to say, the sports leagues and athletes, you have a platform. You have a huge following. You have a responsibility to use that platform to make things better. And of course, they believe their side is making things better. What about the platform arguments? So to speak, that if you are in the public eye or you're doing business, so you have a big reach. You've got a responsibility to do, X Y or Z. Well, I think I didn't you You nailed the fundamental problem with that The people are from the left think that they have a nabs salute duty to agree with with the leftist positions. But these are also the people who are feeding the notion of cancel culture and who Since the election sitting members of Congress have called for blacklists. To make sure that people who dared to support the current administration can never work again. I mean, these people who just a few years ago were howling about the evils, and I agree with this howling about the evils of McCarthyism have now fully embraced McCarthyist. But these companies to embrace the idea that half unm or of the country ought to lose their jobs and their civil civil in civic standing because they dare to have opinions. That are super radical. That's insane. People are going to remember this sort of thing, and it's going to hurt them desperately in the long run. You know, the Millennials won't be gone forever because they didn't get super woke. Now they will be gone forever if they get their parents fired. Scott, Let me ask you for the 32nd elevator pitch on this because we just got a moment or so left. What do we do about it? Or can we come back from where we are right now and let businesses just be business without everything being so darn political. Well, I'm afraid that our side is gonna have to get more involved for a while. Protests and pickets and all of these things and get some social media and lets its opinions be known and scares the cos We're gonna have to do the same for a while. We're going to really have to fight for For a while to make it clear that we are watching, too. All right, and people want to find your your commentary. It's.

Scott Sheppard Fox News Mike Ferguson Ed Churchill representative Disney unm Congress
"scott sheppard" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

07:05 min | 3 months ago

"scott sheppard" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Your right to say what you want. Even if you're wrong. This is American viewpoints with Mike Ferguson. Does everything have to be political now, But I mean, your ballgame is political it depending on your sport. Maybe your cup of coffee is political. Why do we have to have politics? Permeating our entire lives. I'm Mike Ferguson. Thanks for making American viewpoints Part of your weekend. I'm joined now, by Scott Sheppard. He is with the Free Enterprise Project. And Scott, Thanks so much for the time today And I want to talk to you of laughing because of your headline of your op Ed woke companies Stop pandering to millennials. Socialism, Faith. So I love that that raises eyebrows right off the bat. But this is something that everybody's obviously taken those over the last few months is that businesses are being told by activist groups and college students and protesters. You got to take a side. You've got some kind of duty or ethical or moral duty to take a side on these issues. What's your assessment of that? That's exactly right. There's a whole whole combination of left wing organizations and investment firms. Have been trying for 20 years to push American corporations into the left hand lane of everything to get involved in politics to get molted Social Justice Warrior ship. To invent a terrible word and to just absolutely lock out people and ideas on the right to the point of causing these companies to work very hard to continue. To maintain the right to discriminate on the basis of viewpoint to kick out employees and suppliers who won't bow to their their new woke political standards. You know, this is the left is the Party of Science in the party of experts. But these efforts are backed up by the worst arguments and theories and logic that you could imagine one of the arguments that I hear constantly when I'm the lone conservative on panels. No, it's me getting attacked by four liberals talking about how wonderful left wing corporate participation is I get I get told. Well, you know, Cos just have to do this because the millennials got the millennials and just so woke and they're just they care so much about equity and the companies will just lose him forever if they don't go left forever. Wait. The obvious response to that is and if you're a Gen xer like I am you you grew up listening to your parent's generation talk. Sleep about how lovely the age of Aquarius was the time of the hippies. And but by the time we were old enough to follow any of that, they don't turn to the yuppies. They'd seen what happened in the seventies. They learned that socialism and hugging was not a way to run a country and they voted for regular and so we have to assume that they like all generations in history, you know, go back to Churchill and Israeli before the head and all of these fingers all the way back to Plato. We'll say that you know, if you find the kid who's already a rock ribbed conservative, they're just heartless. But if you find somebody over the age of 30, who's still left this they're brainless. And we can't expect to the Millennials are dumber than the boomers. So we fully have to expect all of history teaches us that these kids are gonna grow up. Figure out how the world works and become conservatives is very difference between a company going woke because of pressure from social movements and boycotts. I mean neoconservatives of boycotting companies and, you know, media projects and things like that in the past. Is there a difference between what's happening now? And the old fashioned boycotts because we didn't like what somebody was doing? Yeah, Yeah, there's there's a fairly big difference. First of all, what we do on the conservative side against all of these organizations on the left is that we submit shareholder proposals to companies. To try to get those companies to just stay in state neutral. You know, we're not trying to force them, right? We're just trying to keep them out of politics on do fight against this. This leftward drift. But when Companies get pressured at the shareholder level of the shareholder meetings. They get scared, and they respond more and more and part of the effort by the left has been to stack boards of directors with actively openly leftist players, including chief diversity officers in the like, or or people with that kind of background, whose only expertise is in woke ism. Right. And so they have They have a standing representative from the land woke on on these boards, and they just push and push and push and accuse everybody who disagrees with all of their load. ISI is racist, and so it is different and it is more powerful, and it's also more powerful because our group You know, I'm not. I'm not speaking with a wealth of evidence. But anecdotally, it seems to us that where we have busy lives. We've got family to take care of. We've got commitments on. We're not enveloped in politics every minute of the day. So when we boycott things, they tend to fizzle. Disney didn't suffer because of the years of Value. Voter boycotts but by cots tend to work and as the right is going to get further and further pushed out by these organizations, if they're successful, one thing that we can all look to do is First today could just drop organizations. If we feel like they're stabbing us in the back where they're holding us down, and Fox News might be a good after election night. Fox News might be a good choice for that, but also has happened with Goya, the red being company in the fall. If people actually organizations Cos actually do stand up on our side go by a bunch of their stuff. Just keep that in mind by cops tend to work more than boycotts. But if you're done with the company just be done with it. Don't take them all stands that you've betrayed me. Fox News we're done. So a lot of the movements whether it's black lives matter or environmental movements or whatever the case is, there are going to these companies and like to say, the sports leagues and athletes, you have a platform. You have a huge following. You have a responsibility to use that platform. To make things better. And of course, they believe their side is making things better. What about the platform arguments? So to speak, that if you are in the public eye or you're doing business and you have a big reach, you've got a responsibility to do, X Y or Z. Well, I think I didn't you You nailed the fundamental problem with that The people are from the left think that they have a new absolute duty to agree with with the leftist positions. But these are also the people who are feeding the notion of cancel culture and who Since the election sitting members of Congress have called for blacklists to.

Mike Ferguson Fox News Scott Sheppard Party of Science Churchill representative Ed Congress ISI Disney
"scott sheppard" Discussed on The Tony Robbins Podcast

The Tony Robbins Podcast

03:30 min | 9 months ago

"scott sheppard" Discussed on The Tony Robbins Podcast

"Nick. Initiative on his. Regardless if even if he was a criminal. If he was a criminal arrest him. It taken to jail. Why Kill him? That is not the place to decide if the person is innocent or guilty. Their job as police officers is to make the arrest. He wasn't resisting arrest. Why was he killed? Because of hatred. Because of racism. Because of racial profiling. In all of those things. In, that's just the ugly truth of this country, and now a lot of people in the United States are forced to address these issues because there was a video. Because they saw they own two eyes. Would they really didn't want to believe? What we complain about what we keep, bring into the forefront. Other people want to ignore as if it didn't occur because it didn't happen to me, it didn't happen to. My family didn't happen in my community therefore didn't happen well. The ugly truth came out with George. Fluid people were able to see where African Americans have been experiencing for years. I talked to so many people of. White people and very often. They just don't understand because they don't have experience. I always tell people. A belief is a poor substitute for an experience you know you you believe something about Johnny. Go to johnny beliefs, something about person of a different race or religion or background, but then you have the experience with them against Scott Sheppard and Daryl Davis perfect example that that they got to know each other as humans. You know what you see is the solution, and you know what I say to my friends and people who don't have an experience, you know friends of all colors, races backgrounds countries. I traveled one hundred countries. Doing my work so I see people every culture or they don't understand is the experience of literally when that police officers behind them, a person being deathly afraid that they could die or that their son or their daughter can. So, what do you want white? America to understand and appreciate that they've never appreciated before this moment. Maybe gives them an opportunity to do so that their hearts are called to so their souls A. So We'd put an end to this. I think what's happening now is. African Americans drizzly talk to other African Americans and We are talking to each other. We're preaching to the choir. We already know what we have the experience. We already know what our sons and daughters have experienced with now other people that are able to see what we have been experiencing and I think we do that video. It kinda change mindsets and that's something that we Very necessary that we have to do, we gotta change mindsets. We got to open up people's Manu. We can't just talk amongst ourselves about what we're experiencing. We have to talk to other about what we experienced. People are never going to. They're never gonNA. Feel what we feel as African Americans, but you certainly can be compassionate it. You can certainly support. Based on what you saw in so I know it's not GonNa change the world I know is not going to miraculously. Change somebody's life chain ever, but at least we see progress with them standing together with us with US joining forces..

United States Johnny Nick. Initiative Scott Sheppard George America Manu Daryl Davis
"scott sheppard" Discussed on The Working Experience

The Working Experience

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"scott sheppard" Discussed on The Working Experience

"Well, there is something that I heard bandied about one time and I thought of it, because it says in the article here so shepherd turn to the internet. We'll let me back up a little bit here. This guy Scott Sheppard realize the key. You're saying a few good. Whoa cash. Men. Scott Sheppard realize these people were missing from his life previously shepherd leaned heavily on women for emotional, intimacy. Because shocker, that's we felt safest with problem was became dependent on the women, he opened up to and kept repeating the cycle. So it was really me that was the problem did matter who the girl was issues just coming kept coming up. So then he downloaded a men's group manual and invited a few guy friends, who we knew would be receptive. He kept the membership at eight substructure was very clear boundaries, most important being talked about the men's group. Stays in the men's group each meeting starts with a five minute meditation. Followed by discussions on. Everything from how to deal difficulties in romantic relationships you talking through problems at work. You know it's not rocket science. I mean like who I don't. I don't find it. So foreign to turn to a male friend and be like, you know, I got a bad performance review in, I don't understand why I feel like being treated unfairly, you know, this, and that and to have a friend say, well, you know, they have you looked at it this way, or, or say, like maybe need to get out of that job. Or, you know, I, I mean, I think stuff like that is fair game. Like with another guy, we're talking about, like a deep emotional stuff. I mean, they're the I joke aside, but there are friends that I could definitely turn to and talk to about this stuff, and I think it's really sad that. You know what, what the article saying if you were, you know, forty five years old, and you have no friends, I, I mean literally and I think that number of people who full in that categories is higher than you think. And that's what this article saying, I think it's really sad that, you know, you've, you know, you've focused and then on one end of the thing, you know, maybe this, this guy was focused on career his career. You know, being a good husband being a good dad, and I see it with, you know, my time like is absorbed by my family. It's short absorbed by my business, and it's, it's difficult. You know it's difficult to like we do a men's basketball league. You know, so that a Mabel to, you know, able to play and hang out with guys. I play golf with with friends, turn. Think what else I do to stay. We do we do those Fordham dinners, you know. So I keep I keep in touch, and I make an effort because I know that, you know, you have to make some sort of effort in connection like you can't just tech somebody or post a stupid picture on Facebook, and then consider that person a good friend. What I like to do is I ask somebody. Hey, who are you gonna say fine, I go to them? I put my hands on their shoulders. I looked them directly in the eye and I say now how are you? And that usually opens the floodgates, right? Yeah. Or the or the avatar. I see you. Your look right in there. I usually I usually do I usually go strong out of the gates and I'm like, listen, consider me your best friend. I'm here, whenever you need me. Call me at any time at night. You're in the hospital. I'm your first call. You get arrested on Janis the first call and then like a cheap tent and the wind gone..

Scott Sheppard Facebook basketball Janis forty five years five minute
"scott sheppard" Discussed on The Working Experience

The Working Experience

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"scott sheppard" Discussed on The Working Experience

"I thought she would have smothered him with a pillow, and it was just so strange. So, so maybe Bob's at the right point. But I'm just saying that, that guys will have a tendency to not confide with other because it's, it's a it's a brick wall. It's a dead. No. If a male colleague told. So I'd like use them really, for whatever reason. So. Yeah. Like, you know, my wife and I are getting divorced rovner, like obviously, I'd be pathetic. It'd be like, oh, jeez. You know, you, you, you would scurry off to HR and be. Tom is is on the rocks. I would definitely can't them and I've been looking for his spot. So if I can get into that VP spot before him. That'd be great. Thanks, well, in my profession that doesn't matter really, there's no spot for me to take. But no, I would be like, oh, Jesus rough. But, like, there are some people who it's just manipulation like it's not sincere. Like they're not really looking for help. They're just I don't know. I don't know what the motivation is. But it was it was very strange like it was very strange the way he acted. And there are other things too. I mean, that would just bizarre about the guy he just, you know, he did not elicit sympathy, and anyone who knew him would did feel the same way. I mean I wasn't the only one you would come in and ask you questions that were just so ridiculous. You'd be like why? Are you in here bothering me about this? But I don't know get attention some like. It's just, you know whatever it is. Well back to the article, so this guy, Scott Sheppard after several failed relationships realized that despite being empathetic self-aware guy. He was still missing a key element to his emotional health of few good, quote woke Ishmael men to confide it. I think mad you have a you have a good wo- cash circle of guys. Yes, I do. I don't before before it was even turn. You, you haven't met. I don't I don't I don't have to go to my friends and joke about it. Yeah. Well, you know, I'll get dead dead end job. Unsleeping and I've been sleeping in the garage for the last four weeks. Dead end job failed marriage. Terrible father. Kyrie terrible. Most of my friends just squirm at the site. Actually that self pitying tone in your voice and am still constantly trying to sell these supplements. He's I t is just like pills rattling in my pocket. Hey, you know who I think could be someone to reach out to big time? Tommy, right. Yeah. He could be one hell of a spokesman, right? Yeah. He could sell some pills. Yeah. Well, I mean on also to reach out to a woke mail, you know. To confide him all old school. He mentioned him out old school. Take it eas-. He just tell you to take ease. That's all these smoke. A big cigar smoke of fat cigar drive around and caddy and Bisher Long Island. All your problems are solved thing done. Well, I think most guys like go out and play golf together. Now that to me, seems like a perfect time for a little confiding, you know. No. Have you? Have you been on a golf course with guys? Never right. Did you just say you're talking out of your ass? Yeah. I've played golf for the past three decades. There is absolute the only thing that gets confided on a golf course is a good joke. And it's usually pretty racist and sexist, right? That's about. That's the level of depth. A group of guys get on the golf course really I thought you guys would be, you know, saying, you know, guys because it's a very contemplative sport like why wouldn't you be out there now nonsense?.

golf Tom Scott Sheppard Tommy Kyrie Bob VP Bisher Long Island Ishmael Unsleeping three decades four weeks
"scott sheppard" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

Curiosity Daily

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"scott sheppard" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

"Here's one great way to get involved in science name, one of Jupiter's moons. That's the thing you can actually do. Thanks to a contest being held right now by the Carnegie institution for science seriously. Remember last July when astronomers Scott Sheppard announced he discovered twelve new moons of Jupiter. Well, the naming process. For five of those moons is officially open to the public technically, the international astronaut Michael union gets the final say on the official name of any new celestial body that gets discovered, but the discoverer gets to suggest a permanent name and the union does give priority to those suggestions it's fair game to ask people to give you ideas, which is why Pluto got its name from an eleven year old girl. You can find our episode with that story on curiosity. Daily dot com, by the way, but there are still a lot of rules. You have to follow when you name a moon, you'll have to brush up on your Greek and Roman with all Aji for one thing since Jupiter is the king of the Roman gods and the analog to the Greek God Zeus, the moons have to be named after descendants or lovers of Jupiter or Zeus also the names of the moons that spin in the opposite direction as Jupiter have to end in an e and the names of the moons. It's been in the same direction as Jupiter have to end in a the name has to be sixteen characters or fewer, preferably one word. It can't be offensive in any language. It can't be too similar to. Any existing names of moons or asteroids, and it can't be the name of a person place or event that's mainly known for political military or religious activities got all that. All right. Once you have a name, you can tweet it to at Jupiter lunacy with a hashtag name, Jupiter's moons. And explain why you chose the name. They'll also accept suggestions in video format you have until April fifteenth to get your suggestions in good

Jupiter Carnegie institution Mooney MC Michael union Scott Sheppard Hayden fossey Michael kovic Ryan Westwood One Cody Goff Ashley Hamer Michaela official eleven year three m
"scott sheppard" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

Curiosity Daily

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"scott sheppard" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

"That's three m dot com slash science index. Here's one great way to get involved in science name, one of Jupiter's moons. That's the thing you can actually do. Thanks to a contest being held right now by the Carnegie institution for science seriously. Remember last July when astronomers Scott Sheppard announced he discovered twelve new moons of Jupiter. Well, the naming process. For five of those moons is officially open to the public technically, the international astronaut Michael union gets the final say on the official name of any new celestial body that gets discovered, but the discoverer gets to suggest a permanent name and the union does give priority to those suggestions it's fair game to ask people to give you ideas, which is why Pluto got its name from an eleven year old girl. You can find our episode with that story on curiosity. Daily dot com, by the way, but there are still a lot of rules. You have to follow when you name a moon, you'll have to brush up on your Greek and Roman with all Aji for one thing since Jupiter is the king of the Roman gods and the analog to the Greek God Zeus, the moons have to be named after descendants or lovers of Jupiter or Zeus also the names of the moons that spin in the opposite direction as Jupiter have to end in an e and the names of the moons. It's been in the same direction as Jupiter have to end in a the name has to be sixteen characters or fewer, preferably one word. It can't be offensive in any language. It can't be too similar to. Any existing names of moons or asteroids, and it can't be the name of a person place or event that's mainly known for political military or religious activities got all that. All right. Once you have a name, you can tweet it to at Jupiter lunacy with a hashtag name, Jupiter's moons. And explain why you chose the name. They'll also accept suggestions in video format you have until April fifteenth to get your suggestions in good luck. In case. It wasn't already clear in in eligible name. Is Mooney MC moon phase? I don't think Jupiter had any offspring named Mooney MC moon vase. But you know, maybe there are undiscovered Roman texts. Zeus was quite the philanderer. It's true. Today's ad free. Episode was brought to you by our patrons. Thank you so much Michaela. Maze. Hayden fossey. Michael kovic Ryan day read and chase for your support on patriots. Join us again tomorrow for the word winning curiosity daily. Learn something new in just a few minutes on Cody Goff, and I'm Ashley Hamer, stay curious. On the Westwood One podcast network.

Jupiter Carnegie institution Mooney MC Michael union Scott Sheppard Hayden fossey Michael kovic Ryan Westwood One Cody Goff Ashley Hamer Michaela official eleven year three m
Here's one great way to get involved in science name, one of Jupiter's moons.

Curiosity Daily

01:45 min | 2 years ago

Here's one great way to get involved in science name, one of Jupiter's moons.

"Here's one great way to get involved in science name, one of Jupiter's moons. That's the thing you can actually do. Thanks to a contest being held right now by the Carnegie institution for science seriously. Remember last July when astronomers Scott Sheppard announced he discovered twelve new moons of Jupiter. Well, the naming process. For five of those moons is officially open to the public technically, the international astronaut Michael union gets the final say on the official name of any new celestial body that gets discovered, but the discoverer gets to suggest a permanent name and the union does give priority to those suggestions it's fair game to ask people to give you ideas, which is why Pluto got its name from an eleven year old girl. You can find our episode with that story on curiosity. Daily dot com, by the way, but there are still a lot of rules. You have to follow when you name a moon, you'll have to brush up on your Greek and Roman with all Aji for one thing since Jupiter is the king of the Roman gods and the analog to the Greek God Zeus, the moons have to be named after descendants or lovers of Jupiter or Zeus also the names of the moons that spin in the opposite direction as Jupiter have to end in an e and the names of the moons. It's been in the same direction as Jupiter have to end in a the name has to be sixteen characters or fewer, preferably one word. It can't be offensive in any language. It can't be too similar to. Any existing names of moons or asteroids, and it can't be the name of a person place or event that's mainly known for political military or religious activities got all that. All right. Once you have a name, you can tweet it to at Jupiter lunacy with a hashtag name, Jupiter's moons. And explain why you chose the name. They'll also accept suggestions in video format you have until April fifteenth to get your suggestions in good

Scott Sheppard Michael Union Carnegie Institution Official Eleven Year
"scott sheppard" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

13:48 min | 2 years ago

"scott sheppard" Discussed on WEEI

"Go to the guest hotline got Michael Vick. And Scott shepper with us. Mike is FOX NFL analyst former NFL player coast pox NFL kickoff. Co founder of the X Y O network. Scott shepper they are team together as part of X Y O network. It's going on how you doing. Hey, good stuff. Scott. I want to start with you actually with the X Y O network. Why did you want to partner with with Michael on this? Yeah. I guess we are a technology company with. Based out of downtown San Diego. We have major major partnerships across a bunch of different industries and one industry that we are focused on. And we, you know, it's just a massive industry is sports. And I don't think people realize how much you know, Michael was down here. A few weeks ago? We were in downtown San Diego just walking around. I had multiple people. We were just in a few restaurants and multiple people would constantly stop. And stop us. We stopped. Mike won't be like, hey like you have completely changed the game. And the way you played football like with the swagger and style that you have that you play like changed everything. And like we had like even like are are Uber driver stopped us. And we say, hey, Michael like first off the incredible that everyone still record, you know, like people were just stopping and recognizing him when he's just randomly in downtown San Diego. Right. And then they were like stopping him. And we were in an Uber driver was like, hey, Michael just wanna say, you are the realist, man. It's like here's created a legacy. To which we wanted to partner with in the end to help us sprint into the sports industry. Mike, let me go to you. Then about the X Y network. What was it about that? That that intrigued you why did you want to become part of it? I think not only do they have creative ideas. And and you know, trying to bribe broadband futuristic ideas as far as the blood saying, but I just really felt like going to San Diego sitting down with the company and talking so finding out exactly what they wanted to do. What the focus was what the goals were. I felt like. And not only did they they treat you. Well, we we we had a great time. It was our first time having to sit down, and it was like we had known each other for years. You know, understand that they wanted to cross brand into the sports where I felt like. Was the guy who could to make that happen that we've been talking about this for months on it just building a relationship and think it was perfect timing, Michael Vick and Scott Sheppard. Joining me calling the shots. Keith. There is area. Sports radio and BBC sports radio dot com. Follow them each on Twitter. One Michael Vick the other one x y oracle network. As well. Scott. Let me jump back to you. What is it about sports and crypto currency that makes sense? Like why why does this make sense? Yeah. So there's a lot of different types of applications. So to kind of clarify summarize what the Ecuador network is. It is it sits technology company technology initiatives, and we sit at the intersection of blockchain, cryptocurrency and location. So if there are, you know, we have we've partnered with NASCAR we sponsored the Indy. Five hundred we've got a lot of notoriety for that. So if there are any any in especially with sports, and then you see it now, even even with in football, replays, even if you have from multiple angles a lot of the times, it's like, you can't even tell like, you know, there's there's a lot of controversial place. We watched to back sorts back like races and like race car races with cryptic graphically, certain location, technology and location. Lot of people don't understand. It's like it plays. I think a factor in like almost every single type of sport. Right. And we we want to it's kind of like, you know, honestly when you walk around our office. It's like you you have to take the matrix red pill before you walk around. There's this. Insane. Like the amount of like, you know, like mathematicians PHD's, and we're like, we're we're attacking something that is fundamental in the world today, but it's going to be super critical in the world of tomorrow, and what better way to branch into and making it making it more palatable for the broader public. According cryptography is still not gonna broader public people don't really get it. So we're focused on creating like the world's first killer. Use case. Blockchain in crypto currency. And we're going to do it through, you know, applying basically, a use case of our technology to sports, so people could actually understand. You know, if there was like a race car race or something for instance, and people aren't sure who win because it was a split-second decision. It's like you can't even tell from camera angles. With our devices or location technology. We're basically adding. Cryptographic certainty to any like race car races or even like sports matches. Or even like, it's someone crosses the touchdown. You know, the the end zone, you know, the pylon. Right. We want to actually add to that. Like, you don't even have to waste time sitting around watching like eight replace right? What we are one of the use cases that were were attacking and look like, I'm a huge. So I'm thirty two years old right kids, my age, and even like younger where we when we watched played and growing up and watch the NFL Michael Vick was are freaking hero. And it's like still it's like, yeah. I tell you. It's like walking down the street. And so it was, hey, we want to get into the sports vertical industry and be, you know, honestly was like, hey, I also want to have an excuse in like, you know, on my bucket list, you have like interacted and worked with Michael. And it's been just like Phil dream. It's been frigging. Awesome. So it was it was a perfect partnership. Awesome stuff. He is Scott jeopardy. Let's turn over to Michael Vick. Now, FOX NFL analyst coast, FOX NFL kickoff, Mike, let me ask you this. Just simply this how much you like doing this media stuff. You know, what I'm learning eleven. I don't look at it like work look at it. As opportunity go out on Sundays and. And share my input. Give my advice. My expertise on the things that I've learned I kinda compared to coach. So so I try to give the proper insight on Sundays help people. Learn a game educate them on what's going on. But not be overbearing with the support way. They don't understand it. So you might not see McGinn ex might not hit me get into the nose. But really share insight on what I believe is is right. And what's wrong? Join having a good time with love, and and Adam love and watching you on TV as well. Who's the quarterback you most like watching right now? I really like watch. I mean, I can go down the list of guys who are playing phenomenal right now from Tom Brady to drew Brees. But I really like watching. Jared Goff, Patrick Mahomes and be Shawn Watson. I think those guys are really making them walk on the game and becoming. The perennial Pro Bowl caliber players that you know, they they they sought out to be very excited about you know, the youth of the National Football League and young up and coming quarterbacks because they're the future the league. You know, a lot a lot of guys are older now, and we don't know how much longer we'll see ban boxes. Burgo? Celebrate were. So Tom Brady, we just enjoying the moment right now. But we got some young guns coming up. There's going really take the league by storm. Dude. You put up some monster numbers in your heyday. And that wasn't in the high scoring NFL. I'll ask the two ways one do you like the high scoring NFL that we see right now? And then the second part of it is what kind of numbers do think you would have been putting up today. Who knows man, you know, what at the end of the day. I still feel like I would have been dynamic. Whether it's in the early two thousands on this day and age, but. You know, I just like the way the league is evolving like the coaches they're playing a game. I like the coaches they're taking a change to the next level adjustment and being innovative. The league is in a great place in our. You know, I'm just expect spectating. I've never I was never on this side. But I'm learning so enjoy Michael, obviously, there are people out there that want to compare Lamar Jackson to you for his style of play and all types of stuff. But with that being said, I don't want to compare him to you. I just want to ask you about Jackson, and the sustainability of how much he's running is that sustainable. Yeah. I don't think it's sustainable for the long term. I think for right now while he's young. He couldn't continue to do this at a rapid case and beat successful at it. And look the Baltimore Ravens. I'm a position where they have to win. So is by any means necessary and Lamar is done a great job. He's making good decisions. He got going out and turning the ball over. He's running the football. He's not coughing a football level somberly. He's not throwing in the substance. He's just playing good football. So I like when guys go out on the feeling they in a place smart, and and they played using their brain. And even if that takes a physical beaten, it's still missing me into these guys. Great job. I like Lamar Jackson. We've been able to do. Hopefully, he'll continue to do that and continue to protect yourself in the process. He's Michael Vick and Scott shepherd. Both joining me calling the shots. Keith. There is our NBC sports radio NBC sports radio dot com. Mike, sometimes when you part of the media, you have to answer some hard questions, and obviously your career had twists and turns. Highs and lows you did. Get a second chance, and you thrived and you've thrived as a human being as well just like in society. You see what happened to cream hunt? And you see the video that comes out. I don't want to ask you does. He deserve a second chance. But what does he need to do to get that second chance? What I think he needs to continue to be contrite and find a way to be contrite about everything. That's very important. He means seek help. I think any guy who. Any individual. Who mindset turns flips the switch way you feel like you have to attack a woman needs to seek help. Is this learned to to maintain a stable attitude? So he has some things he has to learn, unfortunately, this is the world that we live in west. You know, we make mistakes and some very critical in some not so critical in this case, he did something that I think probably a hundred percent of the people in the world on the green. So. I hope the young man take the proper steps in getting help this protocol in NFL. We'll help them seek help them free. So Roger Goodell said plenty of conversations with him right now. And you know, it's just gonna take some time. It's gonna take some time, and hopefully he'll come back a better person. And he follows the Ray rice the playbook. The Ray rice has been able to generate as far as going out and helping and finding ways to bring awareness to this type of ordeal. Would you reach out to them? I personally know covering so I I definitely reach out some at the right time. I know he's been bombarded with phone calls in and. You know, it's subject to me because I dealt with that as a kid growing up in my household. So I never condoned in that always made it a point. You personally to just, you know, not be aggravated with with anyone, especially a woman. So. They're hearing in on all the things that happened. You know, it really strikes a nerve because I've I've seen visually. And they have to a person, and I love more than anyone in this world. That's my mom. So, you know, I just hope he could help I seen my dad become a better person, you know, over the years. And you know, regret some cities. But at the end of the day, we have a great relationship. Now, we moved on gentlemen. This was awesome. Scott you doing great stuff over X Y network. Mike great stuff on television. And with X Y. Oh, thank you so much. Inman. Thank you. Michael Vick, Scott Sheppard. Joining me calling the shots. Keith. There is Ireland's de-emphasi we've got a lot more to do. Keep it locked out here. NBC sports radio..

Michael Vick Mike Scott National Football League football San Diego NFL Keith Scott shepper Lamar Jackson Scott Sheppard partner NBC Tom Brady FOX analyst Co founder Twitter
"scott sheppard" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

13:49 min | 2 years ago

"scott sheppard" Discussed on WEEI

"Dot com. Go to the guest hotline got Michael Vick. And Scott shepper with us. Mike is FOX NFL analyst former NFL player coast pox NFL kickoff, founder of the X Y O network. Scott shepper they are team together as part of exile network. It's going on fellas. How you doing? Hey, good stuff. Scott. I want to start with you actually with the the X Y O network. Why did you want to partner with with Michael on this? Oh, yeah. I guess we are a technology company with seventy poise based out of downtown San Diego. We have major major partnerships across a bunch of different industries and one industry that we are focused on. And we, you know, it's just a massive industry is sports. And I don't think people realize how much you know, Michael was down here. A few weeks ago? We were in downtown San Diego just walking around. I had multiple people. We were just saying a few restaurants and multiple people would constantly stop. And stop us. We stopped. Mike won't be like, hey like you have completely changed the game. And the way you played football with in style that you have that you play like changed everything. And like we had like even like are are Uber driver stopped us. And was like, hey, Michael like first off. Incredible. That everyone still record, you know, like people were stopping and recognizing him when he's just randomly in downtown San Diego. Right. And then they were like shopping in. We were in an Uber driver was like, hey, Michael just want to say, you are the realist, man. It's like here's created a legacy. To which we wanted to partner with in the and to help us sprint into the sports industry. Mike, let me go to you. Then about the X Y network. What was it about that? That that intrigued you why did you want to become part of it? I think not only do they have creative ideas. And and you know, trying to Barbara broadband futuristic ideas as far as the blockchain, but I just really felt like going to San Diego sitting down with the company five talking saw that finding out exactly what they wanted to do. What the focus was what the goals were. I felt like it was synergy there and not only did they they treat you. Well, we we had a great time. It was our first time having to sit down, and it was like we had known each other for years. You know, understand that they wanted to cross brand into the sports where I felt like. I was the guy who could to make that happen that we've been talking about this for months on and just building a relationship. And I think it was perfect timing Michael Vick and Scott Sheppard. Joining me calling the shots teeth or is area in BC, sports radio and BBC sports radio dot com. Follow them each on Twitter. One Michael Vick the other one x y oracle network. As well. Scott. Let me jump back to you. What is it about sports and crypto currency that makes sense? Like why why does this make sense? Yeah. So there's a lot of different types of applications. So to kind of clarify, summarize what the X Y O network is it is it sits it's a technology company technology initiative, and we sit at the intersection of blockchain, cryptocurrency and location. So if there are, you know, we have we've partnered with NASCAR, we sponsor Indy. Five hundred we've got a lot of notoriety for that. So if there are any any especially with sports, and then you see it now even even with in football. Replace even if you have multiple angles a lot of the times, it's like, you can't even tell like, you know, there's there's a lot of controversial place. We want to back sorts back like races and like race car races with cryptic graphically, certain location, technology and location lot of people in our standards like it plays. I think a factor in like almost every single type of sport. Right and. We we want to it's kind of like, you know, honestly when you walk around our office. It's like you have to take the matrix red pill before you walk around. It's insane. Like, the amount of like, you know, have like mathematicians PHD's, and we're like, we're we're attacking something that is fundamental in the world today, but it's going to be super critical in the world of tomorrow, and what better way to branch into and making it making it more palatable for the broader public like bitcoin cryptography is still not gonna broader public people don't really get it. So we're focused on creating like the world's first killer. Use case. Blockchain in cryptocurrency. And we're going to do it through, you know, plying, basically, a use case of our technology to sports, so people could actually understand, you know, like a race car race or something for instance, and people are sure who win because he wasn't split-second decision. It's like you can't even tell from camera angles. With our devices are location technology. We're basically adding. Cryptographic certainty to any race car races or even like sports matches or even like someone crosses the touchdown. You know, the the end zone or you know, the pylon. Right. We want to actually add to that. Like, you don't even have to waste time sitting around watching like eighth replace. It's like what we are like one of the use cases that were were attacking and look like, I'm a huge. So I'm thirty two years old right kids, my age, and even like younger, we when we watched played Matt in growing up and watch the NFL Michael Vick was are freaking hero. And it's like still it's like, yeah. I tell you. It's like walking down the street. And so it was hey, we want to get into the sports vertical in industry and be honestly was like, hey, I also want to have an excuse like, you know, on my bucket list, you have like interacted and worked with Michael. And it's been, you know, just like fulfill a dream. It's been frigging awesome. So it was it was it's just been a perfect partnership. Awesome stuff. He is Scott shepper. Let's turn over to Michael Vick. Now, FOX NFL analyst coast, FOX NFL kickoff, Mike, let me ask you this. Just simply this how much you can do in this media stuff. You know, what I'm learning eleven. I don't look at it like work look at it. As opportunity go out on Sundays. And. Share my input. Give my advice expertise on the things that I've learned I compared to coach. And so so I try to give the proper insight on Sundays help people learn game educate them on what's going on. But not be overbearing with the point where they don't understand it. So you might not see McGinn. Let me get into the nose. But really insight on what I believe is is right. And what's wrong? Join having a good time with love him. And and I'm loving watching you on TV as well. Who's the quarterback you most like watching right now? I really like watch. I mean. I can go down the list of guys who are playing phenomenal right now. Some Tom Brady to drew Brees. But I really like watching. Jared Goff, Patrick Mahomes. Be Shawn Watson. I think those guys are really making their Mark on the game and becoming the perennial Pro Bowl caliber players that you know, they they they sought out the very excited about the youth of the National Football League and young up and coming quarterbacks because they're the future the league, you know, a lot a lot of guys are older now, and we don't know how much longer we'll see about his Virgo. Celebrate Tom Brady we just enjoying the moment right now. But we got some young guns coming up. There's going really take the league by storm. Dude. You put up some monster numbers in your heyday. And that wasn't in the high scoring NFL. I'll ask the two ways one do you like the high scoring NFL that we see right now? And then the second part of it is what kind of numbers, do you would have been putting up today. Who knows man, you know, what at the end of the day. I still feel like I would have been down there. Whether it's in the early two thousands or this day and age, but. I just like the way the league is evolving. Like the coach's best playing the game. I like the coaches they're taking a teams to the next level adjustment and being innovative. The league is in a great place in you know, I'm just be expecting. I've never I was never on this side. But I'm learning to enjoy Michael, obviously, there are people out there that want to compare Lamar Jackson to you for his style of play and all that type of stuff. But with that being said, I don't want to compare him to you just want to ask you about Jackson, and the sustainability of how much he's running is that sustainable. Yeah. I don't think it's sustainable for the long term. I think for right now while he's young he couldn't continue to do this at a rapid pace and be successful at doing it. And look Baltimore Ravens. I'm a position where they have to win. So is by any means necessary and Lamar is done a great job. He's making good decisions about going out and turning the ball over. He's running the football. He's not coughing a football level formula. He's not doing interceptions. He he's just playing good football. So I like when guys go out on the failure. And they they play smart, and and they played using their brain. And even if that takes a physical beaten still missing into it these guys great job. I like Lamar Jackson we've been able to do. Hopefully, he'll continue to do that. And continue to protect yourself in the closet. He's Michael Vick and Scott shepherd. Both joining me calling the shots Keith is air NBC, sports radio NBC, sports radio dot com. Mike, sometimes when you part of the media, you have to answer some hard questions, and obviously your career had twists and turns highs and lows you did get a second chance, and you thrived and you've thrived as a human being as well just like in society. You see what happened to Kareem hunt? And you see the video that comes out. I don't want to ask you does. He deserve a second chance. But what does he need to do to get that second chance? What I think he needs to continue to be contrite and find a way to be contrite about everything that's very important. He needs to seek help. I think any guy who or any individual. Who mindset turns flips the switch where you feel like you have to attack a woman needs to seek help. Learn to to maintain a stable attitude. So he has some things to learn, unfortunately, this is the world that we live in west. You know, we make mistakes and some very critical in some not so critical in this case, he did something that I think probably one hundred percent of the people in the world on agree with so. I hope the young man take the proper steps and getting help this protocol in an NFL. We'll help them seek help them. Pretty sure Roger Goodell. Plenty conversations with him right now. And you know, it's just gonna take time. It's gonna take some time. And hopefully, he'll come back a better person. And he follows do very rice. The playbook. The Ray rice has been able to generate as far as going out and helping and finding ways to bring awareness to this type of ordeal. Would you reach out to him? Yeah. I personally know covering so I I definitely reach out some at the right time. I know he's dim bombarded with phone calls in and. You know, it's subject to me because I dealt with that as a kid growing up in my household. So I never condoned in that always made it a point. Personally to just, you know, not be aggravated with with anyone a especially a a woman. So. Senator hearing and all the things that happened. You know, it really strikes a nerve because I've I've seen a digitally and it happened to a person. And I love more than anyone in this world. That's my mom. So you know, I I just hope he continues to get help. I see my dad to come about a person, you know, over the years. And you know, regrets on as citizens. But at the end of the day, we have a great relationship now. And we moved on gentlemen. This was awesome. Scott you doing great stuff over X Y O network. Mike great stuff on television. And with X Y. Oh, thank you so much. Thank you. There you go Michael Vick, Scott Sheppard. Joining me calling the shots. Keith. There is let's step aside. We got a lot more to keep it locked out here. NBC sports radio..

Michael Vick Mike National Football League Scott Scott shepper football San Diego NFL Lamar Jackson Scott Sheppard partner NBC FOX analyst Keith Twitter Tom Brady NASCAR
"scott sheppard" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"scott sheppard" Discussed on 790 KABC

"NBC four news at six we're just getting started Planks to the, fire out, of control right now over twelve hundred. Acres burned so far Continue to burn out of control. At, this hour that's the latest report Bravo said it back to you in. The studio yeah zero percent containment. On this one and of course fire in this brutal extreme heat are a. Disastrous combination it is stifling out. There with many of you dealing with triple digit temperatures let's get right over to meteorologist Anthony on is. He is, tracking the heat from the first alert weather center tracking this, fire to Caroline in fact over the last three hours on our first. Alert radar network I, haven't seen any kind of intensity go down or the growth in so, whatever you have this is a good tool that you can really. Monitor growth in intensity and we're just, not seeing any changes over, the last three hours now. This is three, thousand feet up so it's not as hot but. You have calm winds, but despite that you've got a lot of. Uphill movement, on this and because of that this fire has been able to rapidly spread in fact look. At all the smoke now, in the over the last three hours away from riverside Yucaipa now moving into crest line and this is going, to create some really dangerous breathing conditions as we move throughout the rest of the Nike and this is all Smoke all in the. And of course I'll mention we'll. Talk much more about the extreme heat that we have here in southern California. Coming up in fifteen minutes we. Will see you then Anthony also tonight the man accused of shooting a Long Beach fire captain to death. In June, has died LA county confirmed to us that suspected shooter Thomas, Kim died yesterday at a hospital while in custody in late June police. Say Kim ambushed fire, captain Dave Rosa shooting him and killing him also injuring a second firefighter, they were responding to a fire at this Long Beach retirement home. Officials say Kim was suffering from a, terminal illness he was seventy, seven years old the Long. Beach fire department, just released this statement saying although we're devastated that. This man will never, stand trial for the murder that he committed. Our focus, remains on protecting the family and the memory of the memory many honorable and loving contributions that captain Rosa made to his, family and the community it could be a year before we know exactly what happened in the moments leading up, to a deadly playing Crash in Santa Ana. The twin engine Cessna headed. From the San Francisco Bay area down here to John, Wayne airport plummeted, into, a shopping center parking light but lot. All five people on the plane, were killed the NBC four I team has now learned, that the pilot Scott Sheppard was trained on both single and multi engine aircraft today the. NTSB began their investigation they say the pilot did issue an emergency call, just before the crash but they didn't say what the problem was many witnesses say. That plane literally nose-dived into the ground we knew.

Anthony Kim NBC Dave Rosa captain Rosa Bravo Long Beach NTSB Planks San Francisco Bay Beach fire department Yucaipa Scott Sheppard Nike LA county California Santa Ana Caroline
"scott sheppard" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"scott sheppard" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Pinks world tour is beautiful trauma But it's. A gastric virus that, has the singer hospitalized in Sydney Australia she's had to cancel at least one show the Dow is up twenty eight. Points this is CBS news To experience relief from foot and leg cramps theraworx, relief. Get theraworx relief today in the pain relief. File at your local pharmacy ask your. Pharmacist for theraworx relief It's nine zero three. At the bay area's news station KCBS sunny and warmer today hazier to in many places good morning I'm STAN Bunger infra, Susan Lee Taylor I'm Holly. What's happening a business trip to southern, California ended, in tragedy, yesterday afternoon, when a light plane crashed in a. Shopping center parking lot killing all five on board. The Orange. County coroner identified the victims Scott shepherd Laura shepherd. Floria hockey meet Nevada, key me and Naseem it Dan Scott shepherd, was the pilot of the Cessna for. Fourteen which was registered. With San Francisco based category three, Aviation Corp. now his linked in profile lists him as a president and CEO his. Wife Laura shepherd, floria hockey Hakimi and seem Ghana Don all worked together at the danville. Office of Pacific union real estate nevi Hakimi was the son, of Gloria the plane had taken off from Buchanan. Field in. Concord for a journey to, John Wayne. Airport in Santa Ana. About a mile from the crash site CBS news is Maria Ariel talked to witnesses nearby shoppers say the fixed-wing aircraft made, a sputtering noise as it. Drops headfirst into the ground the FAA, says the, pilot identified, as Scott, Sheppard declared an emergency just before the crash An official with the Orange County Fire thorny say it was says, it. Was a miracle that no one on the ground was hurt the NTSB is investigating the cause of that crash new numbers. This morning from Cal fire say that Mendocino complex fire burning. Just north of. The bay area's. Now the second largest fire Cal fire has ever recorded told now that fires burned well over four, hundred square miles and is actually larger than the car fire now is the largest active firing, the state, more importantly, it, has passed the cedar fire which burned fifteen years ago in San Diego County. For the second largest fire ever on Cal fire's. List and it's not that far behind the largest ever which was last December's Thomas fire of the car fires, still burning around reading the fire near. Yosemite still the problem. Is a thirties have now decided, to keep your seventy valley and other popular parts of the park closed indefinitely the. New normal of, fighting fires here in California is emerging this summer firefighters often finding themselves Stuck with old and antiquated equipment in. An era where the fires burn differently KCBS Scotla Terry reports on attempts to change that fire tornadoes firestorms of thrash and burn everything in their path at. Lightning, speed we're seeing it now and we'll see it again we are going to see this phenomenon accelerate and I obviously scary I think Edwards strategic former firefighter and author of firestorm how wildfire will shape our future, starts he said with recognizing the problems it's fair to say that in most cases we're using decades old technology there's a lot of really good technology that's emerging at universities such as Berkeley but they're not getting funding to bring it onto to the market in into firefighters tool basket it's, important. He says for the public putting pressure on legislators to do more than lip service and funds such programs as a new. Three d. mapping program that would enable fire officials to see where potential danger lies and cameras They can see heat strategic. Is also a fellow at the institute for energy environmental policy at Queens University in Canada Scotla. Terry KCBS slow going all morning, at the bay bridge after eastbound lanes were shut following a car to. Car shooting KCBS Tim Ryan reports that shooting left one man dead three others, injured CHP officer Pedro Santiago says the shooting vehicle to vehicle took place around two thirty AM. Resulting in. A three vehicle crash one, person died three others went to SF General Hospital but it's not clear whether the injuries.

Nevada Dan Scott shepherd Laura shepherd KCBS Terry KCBS Hakimi California CBS Sydney San Diego County Australia NTSB STAN Bunger Tim Ryan Yosemite Orange County Fire
"scott sheppard" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"scott sheppard" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Probably an hour ago off the. Handle on the news lead story Some of, the video of this small plane that crashed into the parking lot in Santa Ana is highly unbelievable to me just the fact that plane We've seen planes go. Down we've seen video like this before but this was not a I'm coasting and I'm a little bit out of control. Or does things don't look this thing. Was. Going straight down into that? Parking, lot at Staples Center near south coast plaza about twelve thirty yesterday afternoon the Sesto won forty one seats stay sorry did I say Staples Center yeah Staples What This is the kind of thing that's not supposed to be the bills. Out and I just, said before we went on the air words are going to be pronounced correctly. Today Sure Josh Staples store near south, coast plaza the Cessna, four one. Four the four fourteen actually carries as many as eight, people but they say all five of the people who were on board were killed nearly a couple of realtors as. Well, yeah I've got their names in shame Gandan twenty nine years old Scott Sheppard and Laura shepherd fifty three and forty to sixty two year old and a thirty two year. Old and most all of them were from the. Bay, yeah we don't know exactly what. Happened it's, a it's a two engine. Plane I don't know if they lost both. Engines it was a fuel. Problem usually if you lose, one you know you're going to be able to bring that thing down and they did declare an. Emergency and in fact we're allowed, to they were given, permission I should say to land at John Wayne which is, nearby but crashed about a mile short of. That so just a terrifying terrifying look a day. Yesterday, well the Venezuelan government is investigating an apparent attempt to use drones for an. Assassination On the president Well what else what would the other explanation for why drums explain why? You're this guy. Here's the thing so even, national.

Staples Center Josh Staples Santa Ana Venezuelan government Scott Sheppard Sesto John Wayne president Gandan Laura shepherd twenty nine years thirty two year sixty two year
"scott sheppard" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

05:42 min | 2 years ago

"scott sheppard" Discussed on This Week in Science

"Now, it is time to start our science rundown this week. Jupiter topped off the news berry exciting week for Jupiter. So the end of last year. It was reported by a team led by astronomer. Scott shepherd out of the using the Sarah Tolo InterAmerican observatory in Chile that they'd found two more moves for Jupiter. So many moons so many moons at the time. It was a nice sixty. Nine moons it's sixty nine moons and it was like, wow, two more moons that's a lot of moons for this large planet. All right. Well. This year just this last week, scientists led again by Scott Sheppard using this same observatory in Chile have announced, not one, not two, not more moons. Ten more move that is so many more moons than any planet really. At what point are they? No longer moons. And is it just rubble. Yeah. Well, that's an interesting interesting point because there is a question of where these moons came from. Right? And some of them seem to orbit close in to the moon, the large ones. There's the Galileo moons EEO Europa Ganymede Callisto and they orbit Jupiter in the same direction of Jupiter spin. And they're kind of near other moons that orbit in the same program fashion. And so they think that these things were all bits of a moon collision at some point in time. So yes, rubble it's not there. It's moons because their roundish round e round and. Round rebel really round rebel. So these moons though are further out there further away from Jupiter, and they travel retrograde. So in the opposite direction of Jupiter's spin. And then there's another group of him that are even further out. So there are these different groupings of moons three different groups of them that have their own orbits the program, the program moons very close in and then two groups further out of with retrograde orbits. And they think that all of these groups again, well, they're rubble rounding around rebel cuts. It that and they happen to be maybe three larger moons that at some point had various collisions with objects and broke up and became smaller moons now that explains up to the seven seventy eight moons there's one extra moon. That's a weirdo. And it orbits along with the retrograde moons kind of in the same way. Well, in that in their path in the same, but not in the retrograde motion, it travels programmed. So it's in the same path of the as these retrograde moons but go in the opposite direction. It's this. Yeah, it's the salmon swimming upstream. And so the reason why were Jupiter and rush to the moons at aren't acting yet? It's all in line with it. It's not like it's not. Normal one. It's the normal one. The meanwhile. Are going up directions hitting each other breaking apart making more moons. Exactly. But the thing is this this one moon, they think because it's the one oddball that it might not actually have been a moon originally, whereas they think all these other moons came from collisions and original larger original moons may think this one is a solar system object like a comment or something that got sucked in by Jupiter Jupiter gravitational pull or what we were talking about before last week. Right? It could be one of these planets that was in our solar system initially that got pulled in by Jupiter's, massive gravity. Possible could have been hard to why we don't have the Jupiter just get stuff up. Right? Because Jupiter's this massive thing. And so it's got a lot of what we think goes on in our solar system, we think is a result of Jupiter and its massive gravitational pull. So, yeah. Seventy nine moons well, and so I just looked up because I was like, what? Even his Amone right? So I found a source that says a moon is a natural satellite orbiting around a planet that is itself presumably orbiting a star that is it period. I love that. So that means the definition it self is pretty big. It could be. Yeah, these objects could be a lot of things, right? Various kinds of objects. And so they think that as they get better vision better is on Jupiter. I mean, we've got Juno at Jupiter right now, taking pictures of everything around and we're going to be looking at it and his telescopes imagery continues to improve..

Chile Sarah Tolo InterAmerican obser Scott shepherd Scott Sheppard
"scott sheppard" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"scott sheppard" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Here's the number in the news seventy nine that's how many moons astronomers have now identified. Orbiting the planet Jupiter the first four moons were discovered by Galileo in sixteen ten as NPR science correspondent Joe palca reports the twelve newest moons were announced today several, times a year Scott Sheppard heads to telescopes around the world to search for distant objects in our solar system shepherd, is an astronomer with the Carnegie institution. For science in March last year he was. At the Blanco four meter telescope in Chile and he realized that Jupiter was right near the part of the sky he. Wanted to search so we could also search for Jupiter moon are looking for things that are well beyond the one thing that helped was. An especially large camera attached to the Blanco telescope and, allows us to search the whole area around Jupiter in a very few images and they found twelve new moons as. They report. Today in an online. Notice from the, international. Astronomical union All have now been confirmed by other telescopes nine of these moons. Are from a previously discovered cluster of moans that are in what. Astronomers call a retrograde orbit they're going around the planet in the opposite direction that Jupiter rotates many, of Jupiter's moons formed from the same spinning disk of stuff. That eventually coalesced to form the planet shepherd says these retrograde moons were probably objects that were. Once wandering around the solar system they didn't form of Jupiter with. Your captured, them as he's got to close to Jupiter in the, past one of the strangest moons shepherd and his colleagues discovered his only. One kilometer across they're. Proposing to call it Valla Tudo named after the Roman God Jupiter's great granddaughter it's in. An orbit that takes directly through the cluster of retrograde moons the thought is valid Tudo is all that's left of a much larger moon that smacked into one of, these retrograde moons busting the larger Mon two pieces shepherd says more searching should turn up more moons maybe One hundred or more of the really small ones but seriously there's something less than a mile across deserve to be called. A moon maybe there has to be something new definition of small for small maybe moon for anything that's one kilometer and size a smaller come on it's gotta be many moon don't you think many Mon yeah that has a pretty good, ring to it to Joe palca NPR news You've been. Listening, to all things considered from NPR. News Russia's misinformation effort during the twenty, sixteen election involved preying on Americans tend to tendency to trust local. News outlets details are next on all things considered after a traffic update from Julie..

Joe palca NPR Blanco telescope Valla Tudo Carnegie institution Scott Sheppard Galileo Chile Julie Russia One kilometer one kilometer four meter
"scott sheppard" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"scott sheppard" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Here's a number. In the news seventy nine that's how many moons astronomers have now identified orbiting the planet Jupiter. The first four moons were discovered by Galileo in sixteen ten as NPR science correspondent Joe palca reports the twelve newest moons were announced today several times a year, Scott Sheppard heads to tell us copes around the world to search for. Distant objects in our solar system, shepherd, is an astronomer with the Carnegie institution. For science in March last year he was at. The Blanco four meter telescope in Chile and he realized that Jupiter was right near the part of the sky he wanted. To search so we could also serves for Jupiter moon are looking for things that are well beyond Pluto one thing that helped was. An especially large camera attached to the Blanco telescope and, allows us to search the whole area around Jupiter in a very few images and they found twelve new moons as. They report. Today in an online. Notice from the, international. Astronomical union All have now been confirmed by other telescopes nine of. These moons are from a previously discovered cluster of moans that are. In what astronomers call a retrograde orbit they're going around the planet in the opposite. Direction that Jupiter, rotates many of Jupiter's moons formed from the same spinning disk. Of stuff that eventually coalesced to form the planet shepherd says these retrograde moons were. Probably objects that were, once wandering around the solar system they didn't form what you think. You're captured, them as just got too close Jupiter in the past, one of the strangest moons shepherd and his colleagues discovered is only one. Kilometer across they're proposing. To call it Valla Tudo named after the Roman God Jupiter's great granddaughter it's in an orbit. That takes it directly through the cluster of retrograde moons the thought is valid Tudo is all that's left of a much larger moon that smacked into one of, these retrograde moons busting the larger moon two pieces shepherd says more searching should turn up more moons maybe One hundred or more of the really small ones but seriously does something less than a mile across deserve to be called a moon, maybe there have to be something new definition of small for the small maybe a dwarf moon for anything that's one kilometer and size of smaller come on it's gotta be many moon don't you think many Mon yeah that. Has a pretty good ring to it to Joe palca NPR news.

Joe palca Blanco telescope Valla Tudo NPR Scott Sheppard Carnegie institution Galileo Chile one kilometer four meter
"scott sheppard" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"scott sheppard" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"Henry brow ski it's me i totally buy that book a lot the biggie conspiracy theories tend to center around two incidents that night and both serve as prime example as to how easy it is to force conspiracy into a situation when you have a conclusion you wanna jump to okay see for years one of the big claims about the biggie smalls murder was that there was no way that it could have been perpetrated by bunch of simple street toughs the story went that the whole thing was to well planned and to well executed for anyone other than professional support offs so fucking condescend so condescending where it's like you know you have to be a trained police officer an order really put four like the type execution that you see in this sort of case like regular people could never do this well why was it so good what what what happened they are trained assassin jump took by trae okay yeah and that's the said is that you know having professionals that meant a coordinated effort and that comes complete with distractions decoys in subterfuge and the first of these was the behavior of nineteen ninety five toyota landcruiser is big in his caravan were pulling away from the peterson museum a toyota landcruiser made a uturn and try to cram its way into the caravan which would cut biggie security personnel off biggies tail making him vulnerable but that cruiser was not filled with elite agents in fact the passengers were just a couple of hangers on named scott sheppard and ernest anderson yeah it literally was the two things that happened every single time you're in la see it which is a guy that wants to make a movie of your life that is a terrible idea and another guy that just wants you to come in performance birthday party for free what a gig yes there was one guy said that he had a big plan to turn biggies birthday into a big celebration we're all gonna make a lot of money doing this and the other guy was a screenwriter the just like hey man we sit down together we're gonna i'm ready screenplay it's going to be the biggest thing your life you can love this listen big listening love what.

murder officer landcruiser peterson museum scott sheppard ernest anderson Henry brow smalls trae toyota