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"scott walk" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"Tell everybody, how are you doing? Doing great. I think overall doing great. You're still watching the wolfpack awesome. You got that right. How's that going? Well, done seem like I've got very far. But I'm still pulling for. And so just to clarify here, this is 2016 now. This is a year after he missed that half court shot. This is when the story finally gets to run on ESPN and when it gets out there, what was the reaction like? It was, it was unbelievable. It was overwhelming. And it wasn't just, you know, this national reaction or, you know, people just being inspired. You know who's inspired the 1983 NC state wolfpack. Who, by the way, fired what was essentially a half court shot that came up short that Lorenzo Charles slammed home to win the game against Houston. Derek Woodward came in visited Scott hospital. And people around the nation were responding. They sent him messages. They sent him flowers, they apologized to him. For laughing at him, one year earlier. And I think whatever will learn was a lesson that I think we could still learn today, particularly when it comes to social media, which is don't be so quick to judge. You know, my wife says all the time to my daughter, you don't know what's going on to someone else's house. And we certainly didn't know what was going on with Scott park's house, the people who laughed at him in Greensboro didn't know. And now it was out there. And Scott took great pride in that. And he let everyone know, I'm not mad at you. But maybe be nicer to the next guy. If it took a missed shot, if it took just a little bit of online embarrassment. To get this story out there, it was worth it, right? Absolutely. Count me in let's do it again. Yes, sir. And so this McGee is where I do need to bring us up to the present. Because it's been almost exactly 8 years now, since Scott park's half court shot. And so what's the latest with them? Well, you know, it's interesting because you work on stories and you and I both are forcing it to have worked on a lot of amazing stories in our careers. And they're the ones that you become attached to. And it's because you like the subject or is because you're inspired by it, I just like Scott park. I felt a connection with Scott park from the beginning. Probably because of our similar upbringings, probably because of our similar love for the NC state wolfpack growing up. And then we're talking to him again. And we would receive videos from Ellen. Of Scott walking with assistance. And Scott being recognized on the floor of the Virginia state House. And all these inspiring moments.
"scott walk" Discussed on WTOP
"Former president Donald J Trump's legal issues taking on a new turn this morning with the appointment of a special counsel recently at the Justice Department Jack Smith, the DoJ alum, known for his work in international war crimes, prosecutions, will take over this investigation now. This morning, CBS News congressional correspondent Scott McFarland with more on Smith than what his appointment means for mister Trump. This would be the first full week for Jack Smith as special counsel overseeing these two unprecedented investigations. The first one into those White House records seized by the FBI at Mar-a-Lago on August 8th. The second one being this swarming and potentially large scale investigation into what gave rise to January 6th and efforts to block the peaceful transfer of power. Jack Smith, in addition to being a very difficult name to Google and to research somebody that has a story DoJ career. Not only in the courtroom, but in the administration, in the agency itself, an apolitical figure, a nonpolitical figure, but one that is now steering quite an important and large ship. Hey Scott, walk us through the timeline of when the select committee will wrap up its work. They have to finish their work have to by the end of the calendar year. When this Congress ends, the committee ends. But in the legislation that formed this committee, says they are to issue this written report and wrap up work 30 days after. 30 days from the end of this calendar year, if you do the math is the end of next week. So we could get there written report. In addition to that, they could release all of their findings. They have intimated they might release all the transcripts of all their depositions just a treasure trove of material that all could be coming just after the holiday. Well, Scott, we know that the house will soon have new leaders both on the Republican and democratic side. Tell us about some of the new faces that we're going to see in leadership. Three names have come forward to succeed in the current House democratic leadership. The contender for House democratic leader is Hakeem Jeffries, a ten year congressman from New York City to be the new House democratic whip, Catherine Clark. Suburban Boston congresswoman and to be the new house caucus chair Pete Aguilar of California. Here's noteworthy over the past 72 hours since those named surfaced. Other
"scott walk" Discussed on WTOP
"Over president Donald J Trump's legal issues taking on a new turn this morning with the appointment of a special counsel recently at the Justice Department Jack Smith, the DoJ alum, known for his work in international war crimes, prosecutions will take over this investigation now. This morning CBS News congressional correspondent Scott McFarland with more on Smith than what his appointment means for mister Trump. This would be the first full week for Jack Smith as special counsel overseeing these two unprecedented investigations. The first one into those White House records seized by the FBI at Mar-a-Lago on August 8th. The second one being this swarming and potentially large scale investigation into what gave rise to January 6th and efforts to block the peaceful transfer of power. Jack Smith, in addition to being a very difficult name to Google and to research somebody that has a story DoJ career. Not only in the courtroom, but in the administration, in the agency itself, an apolitical figure, a nonpolitical figure, but one that is now steering quite an important and large ship. Hey Scott, walk us through the timeline of when the select committee will wrap up its work. They have to finish their work have to, by the end of the calendar year, when this Congress ends, the committee ends. But in the legislation that formed this committee, says they are to issue this written report and wrap up work 30 days after. 30 days from the end of this calendar year, if you do the math is the end of next week. So we could get there written report. In addition to that, they could release all of their findings. They have intimated they might release all the transcripts of all their depositions just a treasure trove of material that all could be coming just after the holiday. Well, Scott, we know that the house will soon have new leaders both on the Republican and democratic side. Tell us about some of the new faces that we're going to see in leadership. Three names have come forward to succeed in the current House democratic leadership. The contender for House democratic leader is Hakeem Jeffries, a ten year congressman from New York City to be the new House democratic whip, Catherine Clark. Suburban Boston congresswoman and to be the new house caucus chair Pete Aguilar of California. Here's noteworthy over the past 72 hours since those named surfaced. Other names
"scott walk" Discussed on WTOP
"War crimes, prosecutions, will take over this investigation now. This morning CBS News congressional correspondent Scott McFarland with more on Smith than what his appointment means for mister Trump. This would be the first full week for Jack Smith as special counsel overseeing these two unprecedented investigations. The first one into those White House records seized by the FBI at Mar-a-Lago on August 8th. The second one being this swarming and potentially large scale investigation into what gave rise to January 6th and efforts to block the peaceful transfer of power. Jack Smith, in addition to being a very difficult name to Google and to research somebody that has a story DoJ career. Not only in the courtroom, but in the administration in the agency itself, an apolitical figure, a nonpolitical figure, but one that is now steering quite an important and large ship. Hey Scott, walk us through the timeline of when the select committee will wrap up its work. They have to finish their work have to by the end of the calendar year. When this Congress ends, the committee ends. But in the legislation that formed this committee, says they are to issue this written report and wrap up work 30 days after. 30 days from the end of this calendar year, if you do the math is the end of next week. So we could get there written report. In addition to that, they could release all of their findings given to me that they might release all the transcripts of all their depositions just a treasure trove of material and it all could be coming just after the holiday. Well, Scott, we know that the house will soon have new leaders both on the Republican and democratic side. Tell us about some of the new faces that we're going to see in leadership. Three names have come forward to succeed in the current House democratic leadership. The contender for House democratic leader is Hakeem Jeffries, a ten year congressman from New York City to be the new House democratic whip, Catherine Clark. Suburban Boston congresswoman and to be the new house caucus chair Pete Aguilar of California. Here's the noteworthy over the past 72 hours since those names surfaced. Other
"scott walk" Discussed on WTOP
"Now in college park, it's hanging on to 47, it's been there for a while, 47 also now in fairfax and 47 downtown along the national mall. It's two 41. Former president Trump's legal issues took a new tenor Friday with the appointment of a special counsel at the Justice Department. Jack Smith, a DOG alum known for his work in international war crimes prosecutions will take over the investigation. Joining us now live to talk about it, CBS News congressional correspondent Scott mcfarlane. Scott has always good to have you back on. What do we know about Jack Smith and what does this mean in terms of direction and intensity in these criminal probes of the former president? Hey, Kyle and Hillary, this would be the first full week for Jack Smith as special counsel overseeing these two unprecedented investigations. The first one into those White House records seized by the FBI at Mar-a-Lago on August 8th. The second one being this swarming and potentially large scale investigation into what gave rise to January 6th and efforts to block the peaceful transfer of power. Jack Smith, in addition to being a very difficult name to Google and to research somebody that has a story DoJ career. Not only in the courtroom, but in the administration in the agency itself. In apolitical figure, a nonpolitical figure, but one that is now steering quite an important and large ship. Hey Scott, walk us through the timeline of when the select committee will wrap up its work. Could be very soon, Hillary. They have to finish their work have to. By the end of the calendar year, when this Congress ends, the committee ends. But in the legislation that formed this committee Hillary, it says they are to issue this written report and wrap up work 30 days after. Well, 30 days from the end of this calendar year, if you do the math is the end of next week. So we could get there written report. In addition to that, they could release all of their findings. They have intimated they might release all the transcripts of all their depositions just a treasure trove of material and it all could be coming just after the holiday. Well, Scott, we know that the house will still have a will soon have new leaders both on the Republican and democratic side. Tell us about some of the new faces that we're gonna see in leadership and as the new year rolls for three Kyle three names have come forward to succeed in the current House democratic leadership. The contender for House democratic leader is Hakeem Jeffries, a ten year congressman from New York City to be the new House democratic whip, Catherine Clark. Suburban Boston congresswoman and to be the new house caucus chair Pete Aguilar of California. Here's noteworthy over the past 72 hours since those named surfaced. Other names have not surfaced. The silence is deafening. There may be no other contenders when Democrats choose their leaders, December 1st. All righty, Scott, thanks so much. CBS News congressional correspondent Scott
Based On a True Story
"scott walk" Discussed on Based On a True Story
"The words and that's something. So he was getting in trouble, but at the same time, the people who were the officers, the technical officers who were storing them with the Barrett's, they liked them. Because they knew his classmates like them. And they'd follow on in these hijinks. And they said, this is the kind of leadership capabilities we're looking for in young officers. Hopefully he'll mature. But, you know, he's got these tendencies. So at least once it looked like he exceeded the number of demerits that would have resulted in his automatic expulsion. But somebody went into his record book in a race a bunch of them. And saved his bacon. But he graduates last 34 in the class of June 1861 after the Civil War had broken out. Was he not just not that interested in this schooling side of it and more on the military side? You mentioned grant with a good horseman, he was the people he was a good swordsman. He read a bit more often novels, romance novels about Cavaliers with the Napoleonic Wars and things like that. But he just, he was kind of a class clown type of guy. You know, I would try to categorize it more like that. But he did just he would reach your point where it looked like he was going to be expelled for getting too native merits and he'd go weeks of time without getting getting clipped. The same thing with his stomach. Oh, I got to get a better grade on this. On the next exam, he just did what he could to stay in, but not to distinguish himself academically. He was self aware. It sounds like he knew when he needed to hunker down and focus, yeah. Yeah. Yeah, yeah, so afterwards, and later life when he became a success writing magazine articles and wrote an autobiography after he died, some of his classmates when they wrote to his widow. They said, we never thought he was that smart. Surprise. Whenever, you know, never, just because someone doesn't get good grades doesn't mean that they are bound for failure in life. And a number of people who have been successful in the military didn't want the top of the class academically, but they had other qualities like Dwight David Eisenhower. And that made them successful in later life. Yeah, I would say Eisenhower was rather successful in life. You mentioned the date of 1861 and according to the movie, the first action in the Civil War that we see Custer taking part in is on July 21st, 1861 at manassas. And almost immediately, he does something that he shouldn't do when he knocks down his commanding officer and orders him. His men to take a bridge. How well did the movie do showing Custer during the manassas campaign? It's exaggerated. The depiction of custard bull run is exaggerated. Now, he graduates, I think June 24th, 1861. He goes to New York orders a uniform buys a saber and a revolver and the other officer equipments heads down to Washington. And he's assigned to a company to second calvary, which is part of the army that's going to try to capture Richmond, which is going to march on bull run. You know, it's his first battle in his Civil War memoirs, which he was writing at the time of his death. He just, I was there. And watch this. And wondered if we got into action if I should use a saber or a pistol. But he doesn't talk about knocking out his squadron command or performing any feats of daring do. Congressman Bingham, who got him into West Point would later claim that when the union forces were retreating a wagon got upset on a bridge and troops began panicking because they had visions of rebel cavalry coming down on top of them and that Custer stepped in and restored order. And he may have done that. But punching out punching out a superior officer on the battlefield. Only in Hollywood could you get away? It's gonna say this to merits in West Point, but I think that that might be something that you would not be able to come back from. Well, there is a scene in the movie where major romulus tape is writing a letter to Custer to reprimand him. But then lieutenant general Scott walks in and upon the news that confederate general Lee is near Gettysburg, Scott orders tape to dictate a letter to appoint a new Brigadier general to command the Michigan brigade. And that letter gets written down on the, it's interesting the way the movie shows it. It gets written down on the paper that was originally addressed to Custer at top where they're going to reprimand him and then at the bottom in the letter is this, oh, you're appointed to being a Brigadier general. And the impression I got here was that it was both rushed, a mistake, and a complete surprise to Custer himself. Is that true? How stories promotion from first lieutenant to Brigadier general. At the end of June, 1863 came as a surprise to most of the rest of the army and probably to him, but it wasn't an accident. After bull run, he's a west pointer. And even a west pointer with a poorly ingested military education. He's been trained to be a soldier for four years. And he's part of an army of amateurs. All these civilians who have been recruited. I mean, during the first year of the war, the Union Army went from 16,000 men to more than 600,000. So having officers with any kind of training, well, they were at premium. And so he starts getting assigned to a very stacked positions. And by the spring of 1862, he is assigned to the staff of the most powerful soldier in the Union Army, major general George B mcclellan, who commands the army of the Potomac. That was the north's largest field army. And mcclellan lost cluster. He says, this guy has said it was always clear and danger. He always brought me accurate reports on account on him for anything. And Custer goes from being the goat of his class, you know, the Charlie Brown of West Point to someone sitting on a footstool at the center of power and he's making connections. He's networking as we say today. And the command, even though most officers aren't west pointers, they're fresh from civilian life. The senior command, these are west pointers. They look out for each other. And.
Ante Up Poker Magazine
"scott walk" Discussed on Ante Up Poker Magazine
"The planet. I'm Chris consensus. And I'm Scott walk Happy Thanksgiving. Gobble gobble. Gobble gobble, how's it going? Turkey day. You know, I always start off this day by rewatching clips of the plane strains and automobiles and that's my favorite one is the rental car. Scene where? The Ferris Bueller secretary. Never saw it. Spoiler alert, please. You've never seen plain streets in that movie? I've seen excerpts of it, you know, like you have you're talking about what you do. Like what you do every Thanksgiving is what I do. You know, what I've seen over my lifetime, I've never actually watched the movie. Comprehend this information. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I saw your little Facebook post about it today, and I thought, yep. I can't really don't know what he's talking about. Trump is me, you're gonna do this, 'cause you come to all this stuff, wait, wait, like making a murderer? Yeah, yeah. That's probably been framed for step in other murders by the time the rest of us have watched. You need to make some time today. I promise you you're going to love it. All right. I'll figure out, you know, I just finished watching the staircase, which is very similar to the making a murderer and another brutal corrupt system that screwed people. But yeah, all right, I'll try to give it a shot. But only three promise to watch. You promise to watch Star Wars. Yeah, okay. The baby owner one I haven't seen that. Yeah, the baby Yoda, The Mandalorian. Watch that one. 'cause I can always subscribe to 18 different streaming services now. Not all get rid of cable things and create idea of folks. Yeah, exactly. 20 times more of her TV now and I have no idea what channel anything's on. Exactly. And you never end up watching TV end up just like looking on your phone because you don't you're too lazy to turn on and try to scroll through the menu to find something alive. I actually watched less TV now because it's so frustrated, Googling, where can I watch a man? Exactly. Exactly. Forget it. I'm just gonna like, you know, read the newspaper. Exactly. All right, let's do poker now. All right, this year's World Series of poker has come to an end and here are our final updates, spinning glazer one event 78 to ten K rats championship for a sports career bracelet. Previously in the series, he had a second third and 9th place finishes. They'll help you made a 6th final table the series, and I can't believe you didn't notice I did. You did it everywhere and I just said screw it. He's doing it to piss me off or he's really stupid. So either way, you know, I don't know, but you're really itchy L button on my laptop is what it is. Constantly putting extra L's where they don't belong. It's like Easter egg hunt for you. Anyway, I feel help me with one out. Actually. One L and Phil, too and help me. You made a 6 final table of the series. Adrian Mateo is one of an 82, the 250 K high roller for his fourth career bracelet in the highest buy in event of the series. Leo Omar gets when event 83 to $1500 closer to become the only woman to win an open event this series. Jeremy Osman is one of N 84 to 50 K PO high roller defeating Phil Helmut one L and NFL. Heads up, helping me set the record for the most final tables in a series with 7 Daniel mcgrady who finished third. Josh aria was 7th, the grand I would go on to finish third in the very next event while aria had a tenth place finish two events later. And Josh Ari is this year's player of the year at 11 cache is two bracelets in two other final tables with 4194.59 points helping me to finish second with 3720.01 points and ten cash is one bracelet. 6 other final tables, while doing your grano, who hasn't won a bracelet since 2013, boy, I would have lost that, but rallied to finish third with 3531.03 points with 18 cashes and three final tables. The World Series of poker started a new series of NFT options, which we don't care about at all. Nope. But if you do, it features famous clips from the series over the years. And finally, well known when Las Vegas tax expert Russ Fox had published his estimates of the tax burden for this year's main event final table. New world champion Cory, elder, a German who lives in Austria, very smartly for tax purposes and two British final table participants won't owe a single penny in taxes based on U.S. tax treaties with those two nations and the fact that neither of those countries not companies. Countries, tax gambling, winnings, the other players who have in the United States Turkey and Argentina will see a good chunk of their winnings going to various governments with high park lives in New Jersey's likely to pay the highest percentage of his winnings. Okay, where to start? The only NFT I'd be interested in is he called me with Jack high. I think that's the one I would get a little bit more for that. Yeah, that's the one I might buy. And maybe the Chris moneymaker, not knowing it's his turn to act and the whole world's looking at him and they all thought that he had a serious decision to make and he's getting ready to fold. Those two, I might consider, you know, put some Cheddar down on, but other than that, yeah, I have no interest in NFTs right now. I tell you Rea. What a remarkable year. I mean, he comes out of nowhere again. Obviously, he's been a player the whole time and all that, but I mean, just to have this massive year. And every time helmets tried to one up, I'm gonna get it back or whatever our AB right there with him finishing right near him or whatever. It was a pretty remarkable year for him. Congratulations, really phenomenal. Yeah, he was definitely a fly in his soup this whole series, right? Thought he was going to catch up and then you follow that over there. Hey, hey, he's had another final table. Well, guess what? Josh Ari just missed the final labels. I don't do much. So yeah, somebody called him an unlikely player of the year. I don't know if that seems like a stretch to me. Obviously, I think some of these other names, people probably would have thought a bit more. But I don't necessarily think it's an unlikely, but one of these great pros gets a good streak and the initial we had three of them. I mean, three of the most fantastic players will oversee finished one two and three and they all had great series. Solidifying our player of the year, you know, professional player going to do well in this World Series stuff. I mean, they really did just rise to the occasion. The other stuff on top of LEGO markets, that's fantastic. You know, a woman winning, it's always always great when that can happen because then it just opens up the field to more women saying, hey, I think I can do this too and getting them out there to play and that's a great thing. Some of these other names I didn't really recognize, but they had multiple bracelets. Again, this week, everybody who want to bracelet seem to have wondered fourth bracelet. It's crazy. And I haven't heard telling you squawking about the player of the year. Here at the end, I'm sure he probably was somewhere. But it's interesting because he talked about when he had his first meltdown over here and it should reward final tables over anything else. So we've got to look at now we kind of know some of the stats, right? So aria made four final tables, he made 7, but aria had two bracelets he only had one, so I don't know. I mean, 11 cashes and ten companies had ten. So, you know, I think between those two, I think we're really splitting hairs now. Would have been interesting if Negro would have cast a couple more times 18 cashes had more than almost as much of those two guys combined. Had he had a couple more cashes and actually been the player of the year and I'm not looking for a appointment to the college football playoff selection committee here by saying it, but I would have a hard time stop eating a player of the year that didn't win a bracelet. Yeah. Yeah, that's true. I mean, still 18 cash is pretty phenomenal. But that's remarkable. Remarkable. I think you meant new granular..
The Rich Eisen Show
"scott walk" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"What was your first gig. Scott walked me through that. Talk about god my first the first job that people would probably wait either might or might not know is the first film. I which was called the baby maker directed by jim bridges so a few years later directed me in urban cowboy which kinda gave me my life. I've katie you're Before all that to apocalypse now correct with francis. Ford coppola is it. Is it true that you saved his life. Is that a fact scott glen. Well y- yeah. We we got hit. I got to the philippines. Should play a small part in in apocalypse and two days after i got there we were hit with the worst food to philippine. Since nineteen thirty two was called type indeed and and about two or three days later The way of force mature works is. You can't just say oh we we've been trashed by a typhoon. We can't continue so you. You gotta give us your money. What happens is Reassurance gesture has to show up and see that in fact you're trying to shoot but can't so the day that they were going to do that whether it's A scene was going to be a of. It was like a little brook that it turned into a whitewater. Because of the thai food and francis and the insurance adjuster and the dp if like four or five guys got this boat to go out onto this whitewater and they tied a rope on the back of the boat to. I guess their idea was to pull the boat back to shore. If there was the water was too rough. And i saw what they were doing. I was maybe fifty yards west doing and realize that the the stream would take the boat. Recom- stream the rope would pull the back of the boat down. The boat would sink and they would be stuck swimming or drowning or doing whatever you're doing whitewater water. When they left the book go i. You know i was fairly recently. Out of the marine corps. Always had a knife on me so i saw happen. I just instinctively pulls out the knife and ran and cut the rope and later on that night. Francis said you saved my life and we know weather did or not. i don't know just kind of instinct to move. I kinda i piece of ropes all okay. So so you're saying. Colonel kurtz wasn't the only one maybe almost go up.
Scoops with Danny Mac
"scott walk" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"Jay morris are those architects. Yes so you envision exactly and totally different a different climates obviously and different styles of golf. But what you were talking about iron play and being able to to bomb you can get a little loose Scott's walk us through the top of the board and in terms of birdies in terms of guys were converting birdie opportunities hitting irons. Well who are you looking at where you starting at the top of our draftkings card cayman. So let's let's start with bryson. I think that. I don't think that he had one of his worst approach weeks ever last week. He played the par fives at even par. Which is something. He hasn't done one hundred and eleven starts. He flew home on friday because he thought he missed the cut. So we had to fly back saturday morning at two thirty. Am and go straight to his tee time and all of these negative things that i'm listing chris. He finished t nine and it's like is that his new. Is that the floor like everything went wrong for him. They can't go that wrong again. Like this. just it's just shocking. What he is able to pull off. And i wonder if there's probably to force he can drive around here. He's going to be able to reach all the par fives. There is a chance he just wins. This thing by five strokes. That's that's kind of step one Now if it does turn into you need to be. You need to have more of a complete game I go a little bit further down. Scottie scheffler is just calling my name. Not only texas kid. He is trying to earn his first. Pga tour victory if you look at every golfer in the field over the last twenty. Four round scottie. Scheffler kinda comparable to bryce d shambo not off. Tb makes up for it in different areas. He makes just as many birdies. He's been hitting it just as far but far enough much further than the rest of the field. So i'm i'm pretty laser focused on those two but i think bryson's range of outcomes. I think he by design is is incredibly volatile. And rick as i look at rick run. Good dot com.
"scott walk" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Casey Foundation. It's all things considered from NPR News. I'm Audie Cornish and Mary Louise Kelly. President Biden once again put racial equity among his top priorities. When he spoke last night to Congress and the country, we have a giant opportunity to bend the arc of the moral universe toward justice. Real justice. With the plans outlined tonight. We have a real chance to root out systemic racism plagues America. American lives in other ways. The Republican response to his speech came from the Senate's only black Republican, Tim Scott, of South Carolina, and he offered a vastly different view of race in America here to explain NPR political reporter Juana Summers, who covers race and justice. They wanna Hi there, So let's walk through both speeches, and we'll start with the president because he's the president. How How did he approach issues around race? He says she's were woven throughout his speech and nearly every priority that he brought up but about two thirds of the way through the speech, he talked more explicitly about these issues. We heard him name white supremacy, ist terrorism, and he talked about efforts to dismantle systemic racism. As well as the murder of George Floyd and legislation to overhaul policing. The president said that we have all seen the knee of injustice on the neck of black Americans, and that now was the time for progress. Time for progress. Which would seem to be a hard thing for Senator Scott to come out swinging against. How do you? How do you do it? Yes. So it was really interesting to me that the major theme of Senator Scott's remarks was raised, including toppings like policing and voting rights that we've heard so much about in this country In recent weeks, Scott called for common ground in discussions of race, and he talked at some length at about his personal experiences as a black man from the South. And he accused Democrats of using race as a political weapon. Take a listen to what he had to say. Hear me clearly. America is not Racist country. It's backwards to fight discrimination with different types of discrimination, and it's wrong to try to use our painful past two dishonestly shut down. Debates in the present. Now. That statement was raised in an interview that vice President Harris did with ABC News this morning. She said that she did not believe the country to be racist, but that it was important to speak truth about the role that racism has played in the country's history. Wanna Senator Scott is negotiating with Democrats on the policing bill did Did we hear any evidence of common ground last night? Yeah, I spoke with Leah right Rigger, who is a historian who's written a book about black Republicans, she said In the speech, she heard a good amount of overlap in the way that President Biden and Senator Scott talked about race and the experiences of black people in this country with law enforcement. Didn't talked about this broadly. And Scott from his own life experience here is right, Ryker. The clear difference came at the end where Tim Scott was unwilling to say that we're talking about white supremacy. We're talking about racism that goes deep in this country and that we have to address head on, and I think the juxtaposition of a white man Calling out white supremacy. And a black man unwilling to do so is actually quite striking. She told me that Scott's walking a bit of a tight rope between the instincts of his party to not engage in conversations about systemic racism and his own impulse to find a solution on policing and just briefly, is the president also walking a tight rope water his political considerations. Democrats would not be in power without black voters who elected Biden in part because he promised to address these issues forcefully and there are some signs of impatience about among that part of his coalition. He's also being mindful of another group. He has long standing relationships with the law enforcement community. You heard him say last night that he believes that most are serving honorably and they want to be a part of the solution here. NPR's Juana Summers. Thank you. This second wave of the coronavirus in India has also been breaking records for new infections. But scientists say the country's official numbers are almost certainly a vast undercount. NPR's Lauren Frayer reports from Mumbai. Santosh Pandy. His wife is the head of their village near the holy city of Varanasi in northern India, so he hears everything that goes on there and what's going on now, he told NPR on a crackly phone line. It's horrific. Promotion without you. Almost 50 of their neighbors have died in the past two weeks, he says. Many of them have died at home with fevers, unable to breathe. Their bodies get cremated on the banks of the Ganges River nearby, but only five or six of them were counted as covert 19 deaths, he says. There's a shortage of tests. Nobody's getting tested to the government's numbers for our district. They're totally wrong, he says. Across India, Funeral pyres light up the night sky, playgrounds and parking lots have been turned into mass cremation grounds were just being the best weekend. The situation is very grim ear doctor Andy Katz hero. He has the unenviable job of counting bodies. He's a public health official in the capital, New Delhi, whose job was supposed to be malaria prevention. Every day he visits every crematorium and graveyard in his municipality of his 11 Staff. Five currently have Cove it, you know, it's pretty shaken up from the Murata I'm not taken even a single day off. Last year, the height of the pandemics first wave he was counting 220 covert deaths a day. Yesterday he counted more than 700. He passes those numbers up. But what the government ultimately publishes for his region has been at least 20% lower. He says. He attributes it to administrative chaos. People registered in one district but dying in another. Somehow than a mother not getting recorded or not sure, not getting missed. India had always, uh, a poor record off, you know, maintaining this thing and we have a lot of population, so there's a little problem with coordination. There is another reason why India's coronavirus numbers may be skewed hubris. In early March, India's health minister declared the pandemic over But cases were actually creeping up in some politicians didn't want to ruin the narrative. Dr A. Velu Mani runs a nationwide chain of medical labs, he told local media. His labs have come under pressure from local politicians to manipulate coronavirus tests and report fewer positive results. The door, usually doing more than this much. In fact, in good number of cases, the question I asked why you were deliberately is reporting more positive than other local laboratory. Fewer positives mean fewer deaths attributed to the coronavirus. India's total desk this week crossed the 200,000 mark. That's still lower than the toll in the U. S. Brazil and Mexico. There are valid reasons why fewer Indians might die from covert 19 more than half of the country's under 25. They're more likely to survive the disease. But even considering India's demographics, experts say the real death toll here compared to reported figures roughly we would expect it to be about double. Chris Marie heads the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington. He says it's not just deaths that are undercounted. India may also be detecting on Lee about three or 4% of its daily infections. We're talking about maybe five million infections a day and in India right now, which is it just a huge number and so pretty soon, Murray says the Corona virus may run out of people to infect here. Even in India country of 1.4 billion, we think that infections would be peaking, probably next week. And then in our model, we think that deaths will probably peak about the third week of May. But unfortunately, he says, India may see 10,000 or even 12,000 deaths a day by then. Lauren Frayer. NPR NEWS Mumbai You're.
Power 106 FM
"scott walk" Discussed on Power 106 FM
"Funny when I'm telling the jump seat. You're gonna laugh at me stick. Was she mad at me? Let him Baby Majesty. I'm not my head. Go slide on your for me but down. Go to your new master Peek my little master piece. I ain't even gotta be funny when I'm telling no chump. She's still gonna laugh again. She's mad at me, but it made me Majesty I'm not my head it it goes flat on your tummy must go to your new master Let you know when you see me letting down got in the two tone and beginning Scott walking I'm I still got on on this blade. Blaine. I told Regina Stop on their own LeBrun. Is there anything? They just told me that the money don't buy the meat as she thinks No one Don't buy the minute. She wakes up. I don't know what went down in that woman. I don't know what happened on that freeway. Okay, that go That baby. He's back now. Running back Turn Not only great, but we still got it for their poppin. Oh, they thought they were popped in there. I'm warning them. Superstar rapper who? Actually, but we really wanted really trying to someone. You don't take the clock, Which and I got this little boot that soon as I went and got a person of my god like But your mama now you know, I don't mean no disrespect. I just talked different mind just masterpiece. I gotta be funny when I'm telling no jump. She's still gonna laugh at me. Still she mad at me That made me Majesty. Now, my good side or you know for me, But don't go to your new master. My master. I gotta be funny when it jumps. You still gonna have to be stupid? She mad at me, Baby Majesty, I'm not my good side we owe What part of your brand new We're just hard to e.
Power 106 FM
"scott walk" Discussed on Power 106 FM
"Who's only been that fit this. Well, Don't try and hit a hotel with two girls. Okay? Masato got all freaky. You want me to trees? On the other hand, you got me playing your damn Is this a joke? Yeah. 106 love for him. Pop. This was called Masterpiece and his Vita baby. My masterpiece. I gotta be funny when I'm telling the joke She's still going laughter Mr. Was she mad at me? Let him baby magic. I'm not my head and it don't go slide on your for me, But don't go to your new master p my little masterpiece. I gotta be funny. When I'm done no gypsies. They were gonna laugh in your sleep. She mad at me Let it made me Majesty. I'm not my head it doing those slide on your for me must down Go to your new master. Let you know when you see me down in the two tone. I'm beginning Scott walking by my still got on. Always blame blame. I don't really want to stop on the royal LeBrun and that they're taking so many somebody don't buy the meat that's cheating. No, it don't bother me anyway, so I don't know what went down on that woman. I don't know what happened on that freeway. Okay, that go that baby. He back now bring it back and turn it on. With what? We still got it with their poppin. Oh, they thought they lived with popped in there. I'm warning them. Superstar rapper who? Actually, but we're really gonna wonder really trying to someone you don't take the clock, Which and I got this little boot back soon as I went and got a person of my god like that you might now you know, I don't mean no disrespect. I just talked different lines of a master Mason. I gotta be funny when I'm sending no joking. They're gonna last, Mr. She mad at me? Let it make me Majesty. Now my head is gonna slide or your book for me. But now go to your new last one is when they can't in the family. Yeah, I This is the home of Candid casually and next chance to win $1000 of my money is tomorrow morning at seven. A.m. am guaranteed right now looking for caller 10. And I'm sending you to six flags, baby a 18520105..
Kar Dishin' It : All Things Kardashian
"scott walk" Discussed on Kar Dishin' It : All Things Kardashian
"Like him teaching her and like just leaning over her with his. Like you know it just humped on to each other yes i. It's like so out of like an eighties via right. And she's like dishing it and fully has her like pushed into his crotch as they lean over those pool table and she's like so i hit it really hard like really and then the are part of the date ends with her saying so. I'm gonna go see siang goes place in a hotel. Living what are we seeing shingles goes placed tonight. And then that's it. We don't there's no follow up like kim was basically like never mind. I don't wanna shoot the end of this scene. I mean that's how you know that she really was having sex with them for sure. But yes yeah. There's no even like acknowledgement like the next day or so i'm gonna see shingles plays and then the episode just moves. Yeah they didn't have permission. They could not come in the next day. Cody and scott scott. Walk into the room and says okay. I want you to hear this. He calls his boss. Yes to be like look. I can't have this card court. He got mad at you. Know y- your phone. She's mere feet away. It's going to be on the bus like yeah. It's a terrible idea. you should save money. Not spended dummy. I loved the immediacy with which this guy keith was like. Yeah thinking like i mean. It's fine if you wanted to do it wasn't gonna stop you. But no and then he's like. I'll make a phone call. I'll do for us to call thank you so much. thank you. He'd be so nice. Kief is really doing scott. Asala keep his is on board for scott's messy everything and i love it it feels like a good little mentor for him. Yes so the next day. We have courtney branch of my god you don't for has courtney has a huge huge for hat like a big russian hat on my. That's like a huge for caller. And then they both order camomile tea such silly women so silly domain funding me. But i made like this guy crazy. I told you. I told.
Kar Dishin' It : All Things Kardashian
"scott walk" Discussed on Kar Dishin' It : All Things Kardashian
"I want on my gossip site. So i gather i gathered pieces through. So she might. She was painted silver but she believes that there's going to be like an industrial buildings like photo shopped over her body. I think she like envisioned there being like chrysler building over her giant. We could see i would. She thought this was going to be 'cause yeah she's like excited about the description of what this target offers doing. And she's like they wanna my boobs. You won't see anything but you know. Sh she should have had a red flag come up whenever she had to talk about that she had to bend over and have her butthole painted so that should have been like you know what wouldn't paint this unless they were thinking it might be. She tells i painted in my ass and i laughed so hard and yeah. Yeah kim i mean. I don't want to shame her. But it's like i think it's just like a lesson. It's so funny. Because today the jonathan vanessa posted this picture. A the queer is verse season. Ease like we took a photo shoot. We were all wearing clothes and that at the very end someone said you know. Just take your shirt delvin will. We're not gonna use this but just for fun for you guys. And he's like an end before we knew it that was a billboard the one they told they were not gonna use that became the bill or knows a classic of course but know like now. You know that if if there's footage of it it's going to be out there. Watch notting hill on a classic point of reference. No it's it's yeah you kind of start seeing what's what we're leading towards income's really excited and she talking to you khloe in the scene. They're like well. I thought you were done with being new as the coordinator and basically like no. No no. no. It's not that we've moved on and it is like an industry. Progresses is so interesting. And i think explains so much of konya to come. She wants so badly to be accepted by like the fashion community. And the like serious artist. the special like she wants to be taken seriously. She wants to graduate out of lead like reality us. Weekly in touch world and be in a fashion icon was hey legit and she and of course who wouldn't that is like any celebrities trajectory as they dream and so this episode to me is really about her. Like just trying. She's trying to claw his over that precipice. She's doing she's doing it but it still doesn't get to be on her terms. Yeah and it sets up. So much of she stills to kind of take it the way it comes to her and then like khan yay ends up really is always kind of the way. This narrative is always setup as connie's when who allowed the door to really. Oh bet you know. And they get vogue and all of that but anyways so next seen khloe she's got a giraffe from lamb lamb and she says it's because he knows i like weird things like inflatable giant six foot draft and that's their love language and i i don't mind it i get it sent to the hotel for her to just like have in her hotel room and carry around. Yes she's making out with this giraffe scott walks in and he like elo glowing. Hello scott just kind of like kind of like you polite. it's formal hello minded me a lot of flake back. When i used to actually go into an office and not sit at my dining room table every day. A new would like me the way you speak to a co worker. That you kinda get trapped with like..
WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"scott walk" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Win. I take it. That's right. You never give one back playing very, very deep. How Fitz is hit. And those two penalty flags come flying that was completed across midfield to the 41 yard. That wasn't gonna tack on extra 15 yards and you've got a face to face with all my 15 yards. Oh, my God! How did someone give it up? I don't believe this. They got ahold of the face mask and Fitzpatrick somehow got the ball off. He's somehow launched the ball and holidays wide, a wide open at the 41 Yard line of the Raiders foul. Nothing. So first of all, did you know that fits went to Harvard? Second of all, you get Brent Mussburger, who have this guy's seen everything he's called everything. He's seen everything he banked out when he literally was saying a win is a win. Win is a win. Win is a win. It doesn't matter what it looks like A win is a win is a win away with what? What? I don't believe that showed his face mask. I don't believe what I'm seeing. So it wasn't just that Las Vegas allowed Miami to complete a pass when they shouldn't have. But the Raiders committed a penalty on that play as well. So idiocy on top of incompetence. Miami kicks the game winning field goal. The Raiders walk off the field, and that's where the story in the athletic picks up with what Nelson angle or said. Quote. Galore. In the words of teammates was pissed. The receiver walked to the middle of the locker room before coach Jon Gruden addressed the team and started screaming at them. End quote. I love this story already. I love it already, like angle, or he'd even care about Gruden. He won't even let the head coach addressed the team. He goes to the middle of the locker room and starts screaming at his teammates. I love the story already, and it's about to get better. Not like Eric in Orlando. Good but good. Sorry. Just kidding. You're clear. Your national nightmare is over. Quote. The article continues. Quote. This was a glass first season with the Raiders after a stint with the Eagles, where he had starred in a Super Bowl win, and you want to make sure everyone realized what had just taken place what he saw. It goes on quote angle are according to his teammates in the room, said his teammates were selfish and didn't work hard enough and that they had quit against the Dolphins as well as in the previous two losses, he said there was no accountability in the locker room and on winning team's players play for one another, and the coaches. The Raiders performance over the previous six games was unacceptable, and too many people within the team were just flat out accepting it and quote Again. The worst thing that you could ever say about an athlete is that he or she quit. It is it just is it's hammered, and from Day one the day the first day that anybody begins any sport of any kind. It's the first thing happened in your head. Don't quit. It's OK to lose. As long as you try hard, but whatever you do, do not quit. Here is an NFL or standing up in front of his teammates saying quitters You quit and you quit in our two losses prior also Scott Walk into a room he started screaming. He started telling everybody they were selfish. There were lazy and they quit and that there was not enough accountability again. This is good, really good, but is good is all that has been He was not done. It was about to get better. He picked up a sledgehammer and he started to swing it. Let me read once again from the athletic quote. Angle are told his teammates that they sucked End of quote. Damn There. It is the granddaddy of them all..
WORT 89.9 FM
"scott walk" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Well, all right. Quite a bit of blues. Material there. We start off with Valerie Smith. And is it Well, it could be a blues show. Who heard started with Valerie. I feel the blues moving in then Gerry Ferguson. With a piece. Called Ah Blues running around my house. Who's right there. They're here. And then I did some walk in the blues pieces we did walking the blues from Appalachian Express. We did a piece called walking Blues. Runaway planet. Then we heard the whole walking blues. From Rice, Rice, Hillman and Peterson piece written by Chris Hillman. And then a new grass revival with an extended live version of singing the Blues. And then, um, I kind of got rid of the blues and the last part of that set. We heard piece called one step ahead of the blues from Sand Mountain. We heard another song called one Step ahead of the Blues. By the unlimited tradition. That last piece was the front range band. And a piece called kissing the blues. Goodbye. And boys and girls, friends, neighbors. That's exactly what we're Doing here in Wisconsin. We kissing the blues. Goodbye. This big election came out, but, uh November and some of the major criminals, of course in our Wisconsin government have been sent packing. They'll be packing up. Right. Well, I'm packing up right now. They'll be gone by Next week. And This includes, of course, Uh, Current governor. Scott Walk and Chew Gum and his faithful sidekick, Rebecca Scree fish, they'll be gone. And their attorney. General Brad Slimy eel, He'll be gone. And down in Janesville, one of the And the three pieces of the tripod Paul Ryan's squad. The hot House mouth will also be Also be gone. Yeah. They.
"scott walk" Discussed on JOHN16AND12.COM
"Believe that but i a Also that he was raised like that he learned to to think that jesus was scott walking around here on earth that in many innovation. They have believe that and the he needed to get help for to get be he and he died and the few serie for because he had two small kids. I don't think he was the father but he took care of them when the parents couldn't do it so he was like a father to them. I think the girl was twelve years old but them he had the some that was about eight years old eight nine years old and look up at him as idol reality super father and his spoil them also very much and we'll know what is going to be with them when they don't have him when there. I don't have the follow. The figure had gone suddenly very and i feel sorry for those kids. The whole world open for them and they fall down in that whole who. What now what will happen with us when they don't have him so the that's very sad Sad that i couldn't reach him that he that he never understood the real truth. I see i have seen that. Sometimes that god have a pointed me four for people that he would to tell them to listen at me but not the have been in the have too much the mark of the beast so they they khuda. they can't go away from. Its the marco the vicious this to believe that that jesus was god walking here on earth if it was so that god have left us alone for three days because he is was down in in hell for three days and the was it here.