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"sean jones" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

06:08 min | 2 weeks ago

"sean jones" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

"It's going to be really unoriginal. But i'm starting to think that for all the all. The you know drama here early in the year. That ohio state ends up winning it because that offense is just so good and you know i'm now i think i could be twelve. Note the big ten title game too because the west is so much worse than the east. And i still think they're three and four after last night and i still think nebraska's probably the next best team in that division You know it's going to be hard for anybody out of that. Group of ohio state michigan michigan state penn. State's got loss already. Now sweetheart bringing them to run the table in the big ten but all you would think ohio state would have the best shot. If somebody's going to do what you would think it'd be a house. I would make the case. Ohio state has the most explosive offense in the country. Davin seen it up close. Their offensive line is really good. It's big athletic. They have the best gruber receivers. They have a really good tight ends but trivial henderson. Like i drafted on our little heisman fantasy deal and i'm happy with that pick because he's gonna i don't think right now you can put them ahead of kenneth walker bijon robinson. But he's going to he. He is an amazing talent just from being around there a little bit and seizures trials plan really while the thing that to me is going to be interesting as they are. They are very different schematically and what they're doing now and i think you have a lot of young. Db's who've emerge. I still don't think they're defensive. Line is the nasty group that it's ninety close to that but You know maryland was. It was like a recipe for disaster maryland. Like obviously they lost dante. D-mass who was the leading receiver in conference last week and in my open head of the of the Am i open head of the of the broadcast talked about the two guys. My glossy was hoping would would replace them. One was jay sean jones because he felt like he use playmaker but also could Pick up that the real emotional leadership piece early some of it and then darryl jones. While unlike the first play from scrimmage in the game jay sean jones catches a pass. It's a short gain and then gets carted off the field with an injury and he was done and they're also down their top three cornerbacks while state is the last seen. Wanna play if you're down. Three cornerback so i think you know what i wanna see from them. And i think it's gonna be interesting because the to michigan schools. I think could present an interesting challenge because they both run the football really really well and they have clear identities. Now in that regard oregon runs the football really. Well i mean you know. Joe moorhead does a lot of funky stuff and really knows how to attack people but those are going to be interesting match ups as as we are closer. I still think ohio state will be the favored. because they're gonna to be lighting people up offensively by this. Is you know again. I would after ohio state. Who do you in that. Division is michigan is a michigan state. Which team do you have right now. The most confidence in michigan state. I don't think they're getting nearly enough credit. And you know you talk about a test for that ohio state defense to see how much better they are from that oregon game the thing that strikes me out michigan state is how balanced they are on offense. They've got the number one rusher in the country and kenneth walker. He is an absolute study at a ninety. Four yard. run against Rutgers yesterday but they're not all run the ball. They've got a an excellent passing game as well. Which when's the last time. We saw that about the spartans hayden. Thorn is the eleventh rated passer. In the country's a fourteen to touchdown reception ratio. In jalen jane read and jalen naylor are both among the top seven receivers in the big ten so very pick your poison kind of offense and can they keep up with ohio stake in their defense. I have no idea. Defense has really been tested yet but It seems like more of a match proper. How state than penn state. Where first of all. We don't yet know how long sean clifford's is gonna be out. When even if he's back in penn state wins with their defense. They're dominant on defense there. Okay on offense. Penn state the the thing that i that i think that makes them dangerous for ohio state is they have really good secondary. All four guys are big time players back there and they can get pressure and they got linebackers. Who can run. It's not mike parsons. But they've got really good. They got legit. Nfl talent at all the levels. Especially you know at linebacker and db there playmakers receiver. So i don't again. It's like as clifford goes like. I could see them giving them a really good game. Yeah One of the last game of the day was lost in that to some degree loss in that a and you know Alabama window was nebraska and michigan. And i'm sure you saw or maybe saw pictures of it. The the look on scott frost face after brad hawkins strips the running back. And there's a fumble it's like. Oh my god we're gonna lose this way you know. And it's like this was not like nebraska. This wasn't like nebraska michigan state where nebraska wanna say they dominated but they were more in control. This was more you know. It was a back and forth game. Michigan ran the ball really well. I thought michigan offense looked better than it had realistically in a while and yet Nebraska was in the game and then all of a sudden it's like a pivotal moment and.

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"sean jones" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

06:52 min | Last month

"sean jones" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"Get it i Larry that everybody got a chance on my. I want everybody wants you now. That's how that's all tape. Low bit of footage and people wanna shot at you but that was rolling with the punches in michigan man. Thank you let me know. You know you've got my number tax me if you serious this this is your fight manda says you fight you good to go. We got some more here. These are rankings. Yeah let's just go to them since they're pulled up right. We got sean jones. He's going to be taken on Smoker out jay. He's number one in the heavyweight division. And he's looking for someone. Chino gets that win. Maybe him and sean jones can be for the belt. They'll be the two most eligible if smoke out. J. gets the win. he'll be eligible you know. If terrell beads brandon he'll be eligible for a belt then we got cruiserweight. That's vacant bishop. Verses rob has happened in for the bell number two and number seven then. You got super middleweight vacant. In oh and one sixty vacant but we got some new footage that we need to show so. Let's go to that and see i'm solo man. This we got here. We go. This is hi amy. Let me see what i got here. This is who exactly this is this is this is this is hymie hernandez i one of timing yet. Though in the chat he said. I'll be sending your spine tomorrow new visit. I'm coming out word ness. Let me see what. I've been talking to him. Can't make the june twelve bone saw. Are you looking for a full september. Eighteenth all right. We're gonna play his foot as soon as this is him on a heavy bag. I go loop this zumbado we got here. Okay okay good right. Hand luke looping it around let go see that left hook when you do the right head. I mean the left hook you you you you cock back. You're right. You gotta keep that right up here on the phone talking to you girlfriend and come home common home. I i mean you know this looks decent. I mean i can't lie. You know you look better than most people on the heavy bag. Anna definitely looked better than most people on the heavy bag. So what weight classes. This chat talked to is where you at man right. That's all the promotion. I could give you right now because we don't know who you are. We don't know who you wanna fight. We got antonio esteban. What up what up man you talking or you just listen in training over there here. What up doe yummy. Perfect wanted to call in respect suit. Tbb and this show what. I'm trying to make that september eighteenth. They don't look like is happening. That's why i'm calling man hang on happen. It's just a lot going on. I'm been working at the golf course but They won't let me go to work. Because i didn't take the vaccine to You know my funds little low only paid high for that the the fees you know i want to respect your rules and The gym has been closed because my coach scott kobe and so they will let nobody go to the gym. I miss shape are ready to fight. And the i know lambert. He ain't got no fight. Yeah just a. That's where i'm at right now. Dan sounds almost backwards. It says like sounds like you don't wanna you might not make it but then it sounds like you wanna fight lambert but you got me confused by now i mean i guess that's why i'm calling in. I'm trying to talk to the community. Tell them they seem me. Fight before and they seen if you haven't seen je Jaren lambert he knocked the man out in the first round. I won by decision. And he's a good match for me. And i think could beat him. They show every anybody. That's listening sean. Mission impossible jones. He came on here trying to tell you all to give him his money that he can do. Invest it for you if you get national money. It'll get me to wisconsin and i'll fight. This man knocked out in the first round makes identified. I like i like that. So so what is it that you need the community. Do you need the other. Half of the fee pay. What are you accent for a mascot for you know i mean we gotta respect the rules. I'm not. I paid hopping fees. And i mean i mean say i just need somebody to you know. Pay mahathir that bees in it helped me get a ticket to to wisconsin so by stuff you mean a flight and i'm trying to stay at the same place that we stay last time and i wanna ain't nobody else gonna fight drove. I hear that that anybody brave enough to fight jerome. But i will. I know i know. For fact yesterday adrian so me that he would pay the other half your fee. But that's not going to cut it. How much is a flight. That's what's important expensive. I know that. I'm in eugene oregon. And i know you guys are talking about you know and i want to fight you. But if i can't make it i know for sure i could play my own fees and pame all flight or fight in december which you guys were talking about to. I've been listening. And i've been hearing everybody's talking and i wanna fight jerome.

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"sean jones" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

02:27 min | 2 months ago

"sean jones" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

"Roadshow seventy calm you into the week in the slightest not going to make you stay up really late. Worried about nuclear armageddon This is a new six series. That's just started on bbc one. It was on during the bank holiday weekend and it's on the creators of linux juicy executive produced by a production company called well productions. Who are known for doing incredibly tense. Frizz such body bodyguard which was a huge hits back in two thousand eighteen. And the reason why. I'm interested in this. This show is for two reasons. Really one is that it's a brilliant tents frailer. I mean really. Is it stars. Sharan jones and martin constant on a nuclear submarine and sean jones's character is to go and investigate a mysterious death of some of the onboard. This nuclear submarine as what is the disappearance of a scottish fishing trawler and is like a police procedural but it's on its head in a way because the fact that Because it has nuclear weapons on. It can't go back to the surface means that she's essentially the detective is cut off from the mainland. Cut off from the rest of her team and in the same way that line of duty which was a huge british hit. And there's a lot of anticipation about whether they'll be another series Look a not drama. Look at police corruption. This one looks at the relationship between the police who are in this drama or at least try to have transparency in trying to ensure that justice done versus the need of the military who might want to keep things hush hush in the needs of national security. But the second reason why. I'm a big fan of this as well is the first one being that it's incredibly. Well plotted it's an edge of your seat. Is the facts that it comes at time. Bush drama where. We're having a rise of these sort of events style. Tv shows where you have to watch it live. You have to feel like part of a national moment partially because you don't want to have spoilers but also because there's something in the joy of collective viewing and you only have to look at the viewing figures lawn duty which was on in the spring of twenty twenty one has twelve point eight million viewers. Which is some of the highest drama ratings that we've seen on any british channel for twenty years and that's at time of course.

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"sean jones" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

07:52 min | 2 months ago

"sean jones" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"Wait a minute. He got the fucking tight. Thanos sue on jam in the tanno. You defenders doing all see from bishop joe. This is game better better dog. It's fun man. Listen go all out if you can make your experiences grants you want because these memories are golden bro. That stove going into like that now. I'm like ben. I wonder where The bro was gonna come in algebra lambert out here beating tie-up old school style sledgehammers like chopping wood is going on a tie with the sledgehammers like chopping wood taking it back to the old days ben lapping also in a fight. This is a new border wars fighter. He's been signed up. This is one a. adrian's fight as he's ready to rock and roll. He's got his fight. You know lineup. Him and his opponent both paid. They get zero promotion because they don't really post and here they are one posted. So this is ben lapin. He seeing the hammer. Now you'll get this or good column. Hamilton's adrian memo hauge long as that's adrian. Let's adrian during the pad. Were with my man. Ben lapping Lab lobbing i don't know he's left hook remember. I told you that. Ben lapping is taken on. Oh and he does death com which means he does jujitsu way is that is that one of the sense as in you know but you know. He keeps his hands up. He disciplined technique in the world but at least he got the basics. Which is you know. Bring your hand back now. He's moving the way he did. That shot was no no. But i you know he's not definitely not smooth. He's a little squared but he he's. He's he's a good mover injury and ashore so he's short his to right adrian life five. Nah yeah they're almost about the same stone uppercuts he only thing. I'm not like it really. Is he sees a little little square. But it looks like the guys kinda you know buffer whatever. It looks like he works out weights. I dunno shoulders round Got the one two down the pipe. Okay body shot. Not bad. And i'm looking at the fi positioning and He's pretty well balanced. You know even when he moves laterally and pivots. He keeps that base. Yeah what's his name again. Lapel that lapin lapin. We're gonna move on. I don't know the name of his opponent so info joe hit up adrian. I'll get it for you again. This is ask again. That's when he was looking for some smoke but he found this. Sean jones the heavyweight staying active on the board awards chat and just showing you. This is what i'm saying. It's hard you know. Smoke amount has to demonstrate a lot of natural ability. Because sean is actually working. I mean what are these. Eighty seventy s even if the sixty fives. You know he's finding the tyler's and i love to train when i'm training and it's hard to go to a weightlifting. Jim in a boxing gym. You know i don't do that. I don't get to go to weightlifting jim as well. Would i love you know. that's why i love jersey because we used to pick a day just do weights imagine because they got everything but like what. I love to do at least tuesdays and thursdays at a weightlifting jim and get some some fucking weights in and and and strengthen up year. This man is doing that. He's got so much of jeeze. I mean sixty sixty five eighty something. They're not letting things big not little and listen. He's working not only on his skill but again on on strength. We don't know what smoking is doing. Other than the clip that we see any squad and so this is the generate power you know. He squatted video on the side. Right this is. This is what we're talking about putting all the elements together in order to have success in the way. You gotta do your weight. She got day. What you do your strengthen this advantage on on all the heavyweights right now. Even me like you know. Even me if i was to make a comeback. He's a dangerous fights to come back to. He's disciplined fighters young a young guy who is obviously strong physically naturally strong because we heard charge in in his fight. Say that he was surprised. How strong sean was you know on the inside. Charge the dad when a phone in dallas. so you know again. He's working on the craff. You know mentally you know how strong he is because he showed up to watertown expecting to fight smoke them out finds out twenty four hours before the way in that he's not fighting smoke amount signs up to fight bradley. The gladiator bradley does the way in faces. Off with sean decides. I'm not coming back. And sean then signs up to fight a third guy that he heard of an actually full that shows me tremendous heart and the discipline is there. Because he's working not only look. This is him going to the gym. This is not his house but he's got a home gym. He's submitted footage in a beautiful home gym. So it shows you the discipline that he's not just a dude doing videos in his house to look like he's getting the job done he's actually working. But that sean. Joe missing impossible here. We have our super middleweight division. We have no champion in the super. Middleweight division Right now coach myers. Excuse me coach. Midi is three you know. And quarantine isn't allowed to get to the us right now. Corey frank who's eligible. Where am i jordan. Baker who's eligible is facing showcasing robert. The genius eligible is fighting at cruise away for a title alexander general's not eligible and not available. This boorda wars neither is for surefire. Fire he's not available on both for boorda wars and or nor eligible neither is rowen. Neither is vega neither possess the bond and calendar. Destroy probably will be dropped from the rankings as he hasn't fought since maybe board was six. Yo whatever happened to colin. I speak to him the other day. He said he was willing to fight. But that didn't work out. So i don't know here's eljay the don walker once again do me on you. Got this. Got his mouthpiece. I'll i'll know that he ready for the doomsday. If you listen to nestles game plan because do me knows. He got no tanks so he wants to knock you out the first round and then you know then. He's looking like blue face literally battle forever. Be your go-to for blue face. He's taking you. Lj's fishing to see who's going to step up to the plate to fight him..

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"sean jones" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

04:09 min | 2 months ago

"sean jones" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"So paula we just listened to our chat from back in november. When you released your big investigation into. Brian patas murderer and fury. We are now back in the present. It is august of two thousand twenty one and just last week. Police finally arrested a suspect. Nearly fifteen years after the murder of university of miami defensive tackle bryan pata police in florida have arrested a former teammate. Authorities charged with sean jones with first degree murder in the november. Two thousand six shooting death paddock before we get into the details of the arrest of rashawn jones. I was just wondering if you could summarize how. Espn even got involved very directly league in this case last year so for several years. Espn and the miami. Dade police department had been working cooperatively on the story. They've been spending hours talking to us. Granting several interviews but they never released the full police report always saying that it was still an active investigation and that they couldn't jeopardize putting some of this evidence out there and as we did all these interviews. We realized that they really hadn't done anything in the last ten years or so and so we kept asking them for the police. Report arguing that. You just didn't seem like they were telling us the whole story and we really needed to look at the documents to to serve vet what they were saying to us and they resisted And then finally got to a point where niceties aside we ended up taking them to court alleging that you know under the state public records law. They were wrongly withholding all of these materials. That lawsuit was filed in march of twenty twenty. We ended up with pandemic and everything not getting to hearings until the summer while. Espn ended up not really prevailing much on the record side of thing. We got quite a bit of information because in having to make their argument to the that this was an active case. They had to do a couple things one is. They had to make a commitment that they would take some action in this case. I'm one of the things that they said. During the court testimony was they would be making an arrest quote in the foreseeable future. How was it. That arrest wasn't made in the last years as we were still missing. Is that piece of the puzzle. Still missing yes. However based on her that we are actively in this case legally that interest will be the the.

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"sean jones" Discussed on THE X & Y SHOW

THE X & Y SHOW

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"sean jones" Discussed on THE X & Y SHOW

"You know. Everybody's calling me crazy. Oh you don't know what you're talking about rosemary. Shit trump going gonna beat hillary. Get out of it. You know in the night after you know everybody's with face that you know like what happened just happened so i have a feeling this time. That is not even want to be close by will win. Tomorrow he will win. Now when biden wins I saw this post that. I wanna go with with you and and be done. It was posted by Sean jones of you want to catch him. He has a podcast as well It's called the life and love with. Sean comes on wizards nights. And it's a live him speaker and they also have a music podcasts. Music one on one. With toll sean. saturday's lavish will He posted something that. I've seen that. I thought that i share it because it is relevant. What's going on now. And it's really unfortunate that. I even have to redo she but astounds reliving in After biden win. There are some things that i think that you should do. Just in case if some civil rights do jump off a posted something. Do you have a host election safety plan in place. What are you gonna do when the election's over and there is civil risks so these days my hip you out.

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Floridians With Felony Convictions Must Pay Fines Before They Can Vote

Morning Edition

03:58 min | 1 year ago

Floridians With Felony Convictions Must Pay Fines Before They Can Vote

"Legislature appears to be succeeding in its drive to prevent people with felony convictions from voting. The people of Florida voted otherwise. Two years ago by an overwhelming margin, Floridians overturned the state's lifelong ban on voting for most people who were convicted of felonies and ER done serving time. Then Florida lawmakers stepped in. The legislators barred people with felony convictions from voting if they still owe outstanding fines. Danny Rivero of W. LRN reports on the result. The big promise when voters passed a ballot initiative in 2018 was that more than a million Floridians would get the right to vote back, but after the state connected voting with making payments Less than 10,000 ex felons are expected to vote in November, according to research from Georgetown Law Center. That's because the majority of people can't afford to pay what they owe. Even if a tiny percent of them can have paid all my thighs. I have paid my debt to society. And now maybe Sean Jones came out of Florida State prison six years ago when she was serving time for drug charges. When I met her in August, she was marching to the polls in Miami to vote in Florida's primary election. Today. Jones is a social worker now. And for the occasion, she's wearing a homemade black and pink shirt that celebrates how far she's made it. So my short says she's then reform have DC number, which is day County corrections, and I have my voter's registration number checked, so No longer a felon and my eyes. I'm not a few Florida counties have come up with programs that allow judges to modify someone sentenced to allow them to vote even if money is still open. In the program's first launched there was a lot of promise that they could help people register to vote. Democratic State Senator Jason Pizzo helped create one of these programs in Miami Dade County a year ago. He says. The biggest problem with the program is that so few people have used it less than 100. People of their cases have been modified in the largest county in Florida and the third largest, Pizzo says there's more pro bono attorneys that have offered to help with cases than people who have called for help. Is it apathy or is it beating down people and Basically digging and feel so disheartened and disenchanted with a system that I give up. You know, I just give up. I won't engage. I don't know. A fund to help would be voters was created last year and has raised million so far. But even those charitable contributions are facing pushback from the state. After billionaire Michael Bloomberg announced he would help donate nearly $20 million for the effort. Florida's attorney General Ashley Booty, asked the FBI and state police to investigate in the letter, She cited laws against election bribery. It's hard not seeing this as a bit of voter intimidation. Daniel Length, is an attorney with the campaign legal center. She represented plaintiffs in the federal court case. And she says Florida is trying to scare people away from accepting help for paying off their fines and fees. There is no criminal investigation to be had here. The law is about paying people to vote or paying people in order to induce them to vote. Instead, the generosity of fellow citizens is allowing individuals to become eligible to vote. Most of us don't have to pay to become eligible to vote. But unfortunately, these folks dio Betty Riddle was a plaintiff in the federal lawsuit, and now she's scrambling to come up with the money. She needs to be able to vote in November. It doesn't make that frustrates free meat is unbelievable What these people will go through to stop from bone. I mean, you you want we got okay, Riddle says Despite all the legal rulings, she's going to keep trying to get her voting rights back even if it takes until the next presidential election. For NPR news. I'm Danny Rivero in Miami.

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Atlanta driver runs from traffic stop - and leaves winning lotto ticket and meth, Cherokee cops say

Dana Loesch

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Atlanta driver runs from traffic stop - and leaves winning lotto ticket and meth, Cherokee cops say

"Could come into some money when he's released from the Cherokee County Jail. We love from the claiming that will basically leave to another charge Captain J. Baker with the Cherokee County It's office tells me he dealt that Sean Jones will come to claim the $100 lottery ticket he left behind when he ran from a car during a traffic stop. So what's gonna happen to that ticket then it probably is the first out of winning lottery will have been put into evidence are not exactly sure what the protocol is for that, but we'll see, but it's definitely in his name. It's in our evidence Locker. If you know it wouldn't if he bonds that will least giving lot of Jennifer

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"sean jones" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"sean jones" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Northwest leg of 2 85 25 north bound the crash blocking three right lanes before calm Parkway 25 South bound. You got two left lanes blocked That pace is fair robot, a crash there in that works on those lay stretching all the way back into Sandy Springs. 95.5 WSB time comes back in Arkansas will be on their 21st down. We'll really gotta scored in that thing and got knocked down later. By the way crowd once again get upset with the officials when they looked at that big screen way. Still have a 23 to nothing lead wasn't for a flurry of penalties right At the end of the half, I would have been a little bit more. Back 80. Our joy Jones is still their quarterback. Here's full and Fred tally trying to get out of here. There were five man front line like a quarter down on the corner control with me, and he's going to run. A groaner is a little hole in Tallinn Dodgers in there, and he got almost 10 years. Sean Jones had to get him. He came into the hole and bear down and ball. He got nine yards quick. They have great foot speed. I know. I said that before he puts it down in the 29. They have to go to the 31 1st got eight second down knobs and virtually a five man front Jones gonna give it to the full back. And when I met him right after line over a fake kept it and Jones came out and The first down control curry wring him out. He did a David Green thing he gave it. The Pearson took it away from him, and his parents went in the middle part of our line bit on that, and I did, And then he came out left and got a first down about five yards. Show maybe four. Up to the 33. Cobb isn't the tailback. You have to watch him If he gets out there like Callie has gotten out a little in a five man front. Arkansas just punch down. First down 33 on giving the cops He's coming in, and we made him right. Fumble the ball and tackle him. We're rolling around. We're trying to pick it up. We finally not get out. Nobody dove on. Everybody was trying to pick it up on trying to tear out. Boss Bailey hit him a linebacker. Is he trying to keep going? The whistle has blown any, then coughed it up when it's second down and nine Around upsetting Look at the big screen again. They didn't realize was in plain view. Appear with a fumble on the play. Second down nine Arkansas 30 for baking keeps it He starts in and we hit him on the 35 Jones and driving back yard. Maybe 23 Tony Gilbert was a key tapper on that last play. 35, Arkansas, down about eight, Arkansas one for seven and third down conversions tonight. 35 receivers out right I need about 8.5 yards for first looks out it is receivers, take it and drop back to pass fires and threw it along and threw it out. Richard Smith up around 50 covering him just a little too far fourth down and in appointing situation are you talking about Georgia needs to be up in the second half. Where's our fans in the 70,000? People hear the defense just stopped him in our fancy going nuts is that defense came off the field hand isn't politics. Fourth down. Arkansas is Ricky. But the information we're in a loose defense. I'm not trying to block the way suspect something. So we don't rush anybody and kick this going. Hi. Nice looking spiral thinking Gary Condit on the 11 got by one guy that got hit just knocked down around 16 got 19 will be first down there nine minutes remaining in the third quarter. Georgia is in command 23 0 of Arkansas in the 2002 Thiss Georgia Classic game is brought to you by Sexy sax piece famous chicken Fingers, wings and.

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"sean jones" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"sean jones" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Like somebody put a fire in me? What? They didn't want to be down long, and they're not I don't know what this game will ever get over. Not. But we still have two minutes six to go till halftime. Three timeouts for New England. Here is the quarterback Drew Bledsoe. He's had an interesting first half. Let's throw on first out back to throw ends up over the middle class by coach and he is tackled from behind and like fire from the front, a timeout taken 58 seconds remaining in the 40 yard line for New England at first coach is really a big target over the middle and, oh, he's got a distinct I mean, enormous size advantage on Leroy Butler by one dimension. I think one of the real unsung heroes in this football team is Mike Prior. He doesn't start comes in a nick on dime coverage, and he has made a number of places here. I'll tell you what's ahead here on the coach, you'll see and that's uh, put a little fear in him because he actually just heading right. Practice right in the head Coach comes right across the middle butter had him on the coverage and he got a little push off on Butler downfield. And now here is where the hip comes. Oh, man, coach ever get creamed on what is it now? 27 to 14 while first half Of the ball game from the Superdome in New York. What a week we've had down here on aisle and I did in 3.5 days when you could do a week, a year and a half days. You are not stayed up all night last night makeup just want to check myself out. Here's a first down for Drew Bledsoe again under pressure fires it up field. This one has caught by Terry Glenn at midfield immediately drill. I don't think I don't know what they're going to market. First down or not, they don't take the time out. It's about running and 48 seconds and New England hustling toe the line of scrimmage they love Get a field goal or touched down here on this drop. Here's what's so they giving a first down, but so dumps the ball off over the middle and in the media tackle made of 49 good coverage by Butler on David Meggett and gave him about a yard and they have to use the time out with 35 seconds remaining when they have only one left. Good coverage. Violet Roy Butler on the play in the lineup will come Mahala Quest and gave Wilkins for the Packers to give Sean Jones and Reggie I believe arrest on this particular Siri's and gets him. Fresh bodies in there for the Green Bay Packers. Jack has been going with three defensive lineman, two linebackers and six defensive backs in Siri's keeping fresh to leave, switching back.

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"sean jones" Discussed on Max Q from Peabody LAUNCHPad

Max Q from Peabody LAUNCHPad

10:38 min | 1 year ago

"sean jones" Discussed on Max Q from Peabody LAUNCHPad

"Welcome to Mexico and interview podcasts. From peabody's launchpad office. This is a special release outside of our normal interviews with recent peabody alumni to engage with the current dramatic changes in our World Launch Pad Director. Doctors aim for she is interviewing distinguished professionals in our field about the impact of covert nineteen students and forming us in his first interview. Dr For she speaks with trumpeter. Sean Jones the Richard and Elizabeth case endowed chair of PEABODY's jazz department. Welcome to the show. Sean I wanNA thank you so much taking the time to speak with everybody today. How my first question do you use the like a personal on which is how are you managing your time right now? What's Your Life? Look like in the midst of all of this and then how are you thinking about preparing for future projects when a lot of things are uncertain? Right now yeah well for me. Life is definitely Different as I have a little girl now. She's five weeks. Oh so now. Suddenly all of my living is is for them and how that relates to how I wanNA project life and figure out what I'm GonNa do in the future one Really taking the time to learn new technologies really get into recording equipment. Figure out how to make music remotely with varying organizations reaching out the different cats to get ideas to see what they're doing learning from them taking abreast best practices and putting putting them together and saying how they worked for me. I'm also taking the time to really Polish my Ill on the instrument study different aspects of the music and also. I'm taking the time to just be still and get inside of myself. I think it's hard for people to do for some reason. Actually I don't know why I actually I do know why is hard to do everything projection. We're always online. We're doing this everybody's moving due to to to to to to to onto the next and we very seldomly. Just sit and just chill and just be human. You don't have art without humanity. You don't have heart. Lsu just if you enjoy the sunshine you enjoy looking at the bird crawl through this this tree. So I'm allowing these moments to to inform me and tell me what what I am who I am where I'm going in from that can create music. So are there specific things that I'm working on? Yeah working on doing some overdubbed others are very good friend of mine out of. Utah's name is Caleb. Chapman he's asked me to work with his organization to figure out different ways of playing line. Assam doing that Just being as accessible for students as I possibly can m being there for my family. That's great so you really doing a lot of different things and taking as much time advantage of the situation that s but that you know the thing that's interesting about it is. That's no different from every other day for me like my life isn't or at least my projection of life and what I WANNA do. It may be slightly altered by covert nineteen. But it hasn't fundamentally changed who I am. I'm a hustler by nature. I go out there and get it because of autumn will get it. Somebody else is gonna go get then. That's just a that's just the way way that it is. He was saying only the strong survive. That's real so if you're sitting at home and you just thinking like. Oh man what am I gonNA do? I don't know what to do. The people that are thinking about what to do are the ones that will be better off when we come out of this and make no mistake. We are going to come out at me. Nothing lasts forever even if it lasts for two years. It'll be over after two years. And then what are you GonNa do? What are you gonNA stand on end? And from that moment you will see who has done what to make things happen. Kinda listless if you don't mind digging into that a little bit so now that we've kind of seen like in a in a in a short term sense how the landscape has changed for artists right now with what's happening with covered nineteen what has gone away temporarily and what is new. How do you anticipate that the arts industry is going to change once we come out of this? Are you thinking about that at all? Yeah but uniting changing. I think it's just been you know like you you turn on the TV and you push the Arrow and it goes like two three or four. It's just on four right now. We were already. We are already moving to more things being done online. We are already moving to overdubbed. Happening remotely is just that the people that avoided it forever. Now they're like Oh crap. I have to get up to speed. Which is why. Sweetwater is running out of microphones. They're running the state you know everybody's trying to get logic and everybody's trying to figure it out now but that's where we were going anyway Really the only thing that has changed per se is that a a live performances. Obviously our live displays of our. Aren't there for the moment. So which is saying is a lack of curation if you will the Carnegie Hall the Lincoln Center's The all of the big spaces that exists that curate. The quality of aren't necessarily do it are are necessarily able to do it at at the level that they were able to do it so those organizations are being threatened a little also if if I had a fear which I don't have a fear really but if I had a concern I would say is that the content of what's out there online is so vast now without true curation that the Could at some point suffer slightly because of that everybody can grab a mic in. Everybody can put out whatever but that doesn't mean as good just because McDonalds is on every other corner doesn't mean you should eat it so I think it's important for those of us that have been in it for a while to politely Curie these things and say i. I don't know if that's up here. And at the end of the day people queued people consume whenever they WANNA consume. You know but but but it's important for someone to say that someone that can't orchestrate at all they shouldn't be comparing themselves the Moller or if you can't improvise. Will you know you shouldn't be comparing yourself to Charlie Parker? Just because you can put a video up doesn't mean as good so it's our job to curate what that is because the the right now for the moment. Those bigger avenues that we have in terms of curation aren't able to Julie do their job. Well let's let's talk about that for a second as you thinking about curation. What an artist What an art like the role of an artist right now in the especially the role of artists in a in a in a worldwide kind of crisis. What do you think? The role of the artist is now in the middle of all this. The role of the role of the artist is as a change is. This is the same and it will always be the same. Art is an expression of humanity. It experience all of our senses. Our humanity is wrapped up in our senses and how we project though census spiritually and what I mean by spiritually is our connection to everything around us and so the song will always be there. The flavor the taste will always be there. The ability to touch will always be there in the ability to see will always be there because our humanity comes through that and so we need to see things to be inspired. We need to create visual art. We need to see our so on. Campus and our our mindset in our spirituality on campus on canvas. We need to hear our thoughts through song. We need all of that. We need to taste. We need to do all of these things so it hasn't changed. I think that certain things are magnified in this moment in knows. Things are the ability of the arts to heal to provide comfort to provide thought to bring the temperature. Now so I think we we have a responsibility to do that also The Arts Provide an avenue to express the need for social change cove in nineteen. You can't ignore the fact that it's here because of human error is here because of human error we mess with nature. Humans decided that we were more important. The natural order of things. And so how do you express that in art? Also what the art has ability to do is just bring levity. Make things like when you when you get depressed. You put on your favorite record when you feel bad. Put on your favorite song. So it hasn't changed but those three fundamental things I believe are magnified in this moment and a someone asked me the other day. They said well. Who's there for the artists.

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"sean jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"sean jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Yards and more importantly hold the ball for nine minutes and nine seconds you talk pad at the top of that getting the crowd out of the game they have done that on their first drive in again for war movie with just what you want to do when you're visiting in the playoffs and so the Buffalo Bills Kenneth Davis saw the return of the ten yard line as well these thirty he new the Houston kicker Jake Davis gives the Bethany bills excellent field position with a thirty three yard kickoff return at buffalo's Frank white pants off straight ahead the third issue please the fifty yard line we've mentioned Frank right quickly giving you the offensive line will Wolford Howard battle the tackles Richard Parker the guards hold center Andre Reid James Lofton and Keith McKeller the receiving corps in Thurman Thomas behind Frank right gets the handoff running electric back behind the line of scrimmage that's a nice play by Sean Jones the right defensive end you may you mentioned this this Oilers team I think this is the best oiler team they've had the last five years and the reason I say that is their defense has played superbly and they played much better on the road five in three on the road this year I don't think it's as intimidating within the plan the road as it has been in years past don Beebe was injured last week in Houston is in the game now as a wide receiver he suffered a concussion last week there was some question as to whether or not he would play today as a buffalo needed another injury back to passes right on thirty five out of elected.

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"sean jones" Discussed on Doing It Big: The Frank Henderson Podcast

Doing It Big: The Frank Henderson Podcast

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"sean jones" Discussed on Doing It Big: The Frank Henderson Podcast

"Named. Rhino. Ahead y'all ain't ready for this. Franken's Robin. Stating the facts without apology. Real. Straight. Meyer. Everybody ought to be fired at right now. That's good stuff right there. You heard from switch count me in an past Sean Jones Lake past the Sean Jones with lower. I'm depending on you and if you're like me, you're depending on him the old folks used to say how you doing today and someone would say I'm leaning. Like I'm leaning on the everlasting arms I mean that's all we can really do is trust guy with our life again, go to apple itunes and Google play make sure you pick up I'm depending on you about Sean Jones. The believers also count me in by switch incredible song incredible music, incredible artistry. So let's get down to the meat and potatoes of why we here I WanNa talk about things that guaranteed winners for you. If you do them, I'll say it again five things that are guaranteed winters for you. If you do them number one, be yourself always every. Day Don't change like the wind being who you are being the truth of who you are in every situation in every atmosphere, be your self noah to choose your friends. Wisely, the people that we hang around significantly impact us are thinking in our direction in light again, number to choose your friends wisely, number three never take the shortcut to your goals. I can't stress that enough. I believe that when you take a shortcut, you end up at a place you don't WanNa be and you're deficient to even try to be and do what God has called you to do. Always take the long game because the law game is the best gain got understands that time is your friend and when you get there, you'll be ready number four, respect those that went before you they pay the way and they made it easier for you never ever look at someone that went before you feel like you off further than they are they've eaten way more concrete than you have respect is what is called and never five never forget where you came from in other words stay humble is the only way guy will ever exhort you stay right here Colton Dixon Hassle fire for you it's called miracles..

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"sean jones" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"sean jones" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"We got another statement from the sheriff's office the Harris County sheriff's office had no role in an independent judges decision to release this specific in me and that's true this week we learned the sheriff asked for thirty five releases they all appear to be a misdemeanor defendants the DA's office didn't want this to happen either no this was the decision of one judge this one does Sean Jones he's got a fancy website even a section for arranging speaking engagements but he still hasn't gotten back to us charged with murder and you released him knowing that he murdered my son and I felt like that my son is like man nothing that's what I felt that's channel to your Houston KPRC TV Houston credit for that story but let me ask you a question what is your mindset one at a time of suppose a crisis when at a time when folks are frightened already the first thing you can think of is let's open the jail cells let's open the prisons so that really bad people can be unleashed on our society when we already had him in a spot where we could prevent them from hurting people we already had in there justifiably so what's going through your mind when you find ways to sympathize with bad gas over the innocent public I'm all for civil liberties I am in fact for the average Republican I'm pretty far left on the issue because I'm much more of a libertarian I think we criminalize too many things I think we put too many people in cages and that doesn't make him any better I think we take a lot of these non violent crimes in we may come to serious we say we don't want you to use drugs because drugs are bad for you drugs are run your life so if you use drugs we catch you will ruin your life for you we'll put you in a cage where you'll never be able to work again because nobody wants to hire a felon well that's my view on most of prison but you got guys that are committing murders and rapes guys that have a rap sheet a mile long guys that have shown a steadily escalating trend toward worse and worse crimes you don't let these people out the folks these aren't aberrations these are what this is how the Democrats feel we should never lose elections to them ever.

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"sean jones" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"sean jones" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Together twelve thirty Washington Park in order to denounce hate reject bigotry and embrace one another in the wake of the mass shootings other countries are now warning their citizens to stay clear of some places in the U. S. the Japanese consulate in the U. S. told its citizens to be aware of potential for gun fire everywhere in the US the communication described the U. S. as a gun society the Venezuelan government cited recent acts of violence is reason for its citizens to postpone trips to the United States and the Uruguay in government urged its citizens to take precautions when visiting the U. S. because of hate crimes fueled by racism and discrimination other countries have issued similar warnings in the past including France Germany and New Zealand I'm Steve casting about North Korea says Kim Jong moon supervise Dave live fire demonstration of newly developed short range ballistic missiles that he said would send an adequate warning to the U. S. in South Korea over their joint military exercises experts say the country's testing activity could intensify if progress is not made on nuclear negotiations with Washington checking your money the Dow opens at twenty six thousand thirty the nasdaq at seventy eight thirty three in sports sponsored by express pros dot com the net's get homers from curses you can trade Turner to beat the giants five to three out of all Sanchez gives up one run in six innings for the win the Orioles fall to the Yankees and a blow for Maryland football one other leading receivers to Sean Jones torn ACL at practice he'll miss his sophomore season.

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"sean jones" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"sean jones" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Teachers also in this group, and they say they were in this group for a number of weeks before the two Frenchmen a South Korean woman in her forties. And an American woman said to be in her sixties now, the true freshman and the South Korean flown out to a military base near Paris. But the American woman we assume being debriefed, and she'll be working her way home as in win. But we have no name no hometown nothing. At all. I've been the fact that she was taken before the first of may and a lot of questions you say still perplexing people. Mostly people in the State Department who they didn't know she was even there do we have any other concerns that there may be other Americans being held hostage that we don't know about considering. We had no idea. This woman was even missing. I I would guess we're probably clear on that one simply because there was some intelligence at the French. Special forces had and they they were told her they learned that they had to move when they did just before dawn on Friday, simply because they say that they were being moved to another group abilities across the border, Molly. And whatever they were going to be even more difficult to to get out from that situation. So they had to move when they did gotten a firefight killed four militants, but sadly, two of the special forces died, but all of these four divisions got out. Okay. A okay, I'm seeing here in some of the notes that we have that. She's actually asking officials not to reveal any info about her identity. Why do we think that is? We don't know. I mean, that's her prerogative. But it. Yeah. Who knows it's odd to if you're gone for a number of weeks? Now, you would think at least somebody of friend, a relative, somebody would raise the alarm and say, hey, you know. I knew that my friend was going over in this part of the world, maybe going to nature reserve or something. And you know, haven't heard anything for fill in the blank, maybe six weeks. Very strange. Indeed, that's ABC's. Tom rivers at the foreign desk in London. Of course, we're following this story, and as we get updates on that will bring them to you right here on WBZ radio. It's eleven nineteen in over the weekend pilot was removed from a plane in an airport in Kentucky in handcuffs Christian. Richard Martin arrested for the deaths of his neighbors, Calvin and Pamela Phillips and Edward dance. Arro- all three were found killed in November twenty fifteen Calvin Phillips was going to testify against Martin in a sexual assault. Hearing later that year. Phillips is son says he's been waiting for Justice for the death of his parents for nearly four years now seeking Justice lent listlessly, it's not okay that he's walking around living his life flying people around the country putting their lives at risk. Martin's a pilot for PSA airlines a subsidiary of American and American for its part is. Edged to cooperate. It's a TSA background checks showed no criminal history for the retired army vet the Houston man who claimed that three strangers had attacked him knocked him out and abducted his four year old daughter is sitting in jail today. ABC's Jim Ryan says to Ryan Vince is accused of tampering with evidence. The disappearance case of malaria Davis court documents point to blood found in the apartment where me Davis lived as evidence that Darian vents who was taking care of her had something to do with her disappearance. Judge Sean Jones found a long list of reasons to set Vinci's bond at a million dollars. Suffer traumatic brain injury. Here in Britain bones, but win says the child's mother she has not been charged the question that has not been answered is. Where is me Davis? Jim Ryan ABC news. It's eleven twenty down Boston fifty two degrees. Plenty of clouds rain moving in today. Also watching the Dow which is now down more than six hundred points. The NASDAQ is down three percent situation. On Wall Street. Not good. We'll check the latest numbers in about ten minutes. Traffic next..

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"sean jones" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"sean jones" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"On AT and T after the epic battle of the bees today at the stadium seventy five thousand that's crazy estimate is the just come out of nowhere. Right. Exactly. Just like they were hiding there all night or anything boom showed up a Greg. What's going on with you? What your man versus beasts story. Yup. Yup. Great. Yeah. Oh, I'm sorry. What am I was hiking in glacier national park? Get a hike to to medicine lake. It's a really tough hike is five miles straight up a mountain and with my father in law, and my wife, and we get up there took us five hours to get to the top. And we get up there. And we're sitting on rock looking at the lake. It's just absolutely gorgeous having some trail mix, and you know, you don't see animals, you know, food. So out of the words comes racing this frigging ferment and he stops right at my feet. Wait a minute. What was he he was a he was a chipmunk? He stopped feet. I take my my trail mix. My put it in my back. And he looked at me like what day runs up my leg? I've got short on he bites being the knee. And then take all I mean, I I I would over the the game guy. Hey, do I need to go hippie. Check out this chipmunk interest. Wow. Little bit right. Yeah. Yeah. It was all good. I've never. Thank you. I have never heard of Jim bite somebody train out and one of the food. So's away and say, yeah, I'll get you. Right. Hey, Bill, what's going on with you man versus varmint? What your story mind is kind of funny of what I had was my parents watching this vampire movie, I think George Hamilton was the vampire. And we're watching it and almost the best gene shows up in the back shows up in our living room. I did this fear and speared the back of the floors. Yes. Unlike I could not believe that happened. You know, what we're sitting there watching TV? Oh. And what do you say to turn the TV channels? So they watch everything. But yeah, the the see that on the floor, and then the cat goes after it to my guy can say that ain't good. Yeah. Hey, let's get to Dan. Right. Quick. Dan. What do you got for us, man? Talking about the B ball game today. Yeah. There. You know, the question is to be or not to be. That is the question. And thank you. With all the Bijou. Right. Hey, Mike man versus what do you got? A man and he called me one time. He said dad, I'm sitting at your house penetrate yard, and here's a deer eating a pear. Like, I eat a dead. I can reach out and touch it. He said do you ever seen a powerful jails? He's sitting here watching. Thank you. Animals. That that do scouting to death. Really? Have you ever been up close on a do? Muscles while tubes. Sean Jones, either well of a chipmunk and bite draw blood. Imagine a deer can do with their their planning you. Oh, I guess maybe power. I guess you need more powerful crushing jaws crush up. Yup. Leaves and berries or whatever. Hey, Tom, what's going on with you talking about man versus beasts? What's your story? Be in the signing of our house in the bees would land on the sidewalk and lie. As they came out from underneath aside. He will one day I was bored swatting them as they would come out. Well after a while they stopped coming out. So I kicked the side of the house to get more to come out. They came out. They did. I got done seven times. Get worse than that. No. He no doubt. Man. Hey, carl. What's your story may versus varmint? What do you have all the house in the army facing in Berlin before the wall came down and one of our things we run run our PTA physical training there through the cleanup all between forward. Run along I saw and they always warned us. They have what they call pigs, which is basically a wild boar, and they say anything. So I was like, okay. Running along Dumont and doing my thing also spotted a whole family of them there. Stop on like, okay. Pharma one side of the tail and then one on coming after me, and I'm like, wait a minute. I turn. And look there was another one behind you stuff. They were the baby DoE's mother to protect the babies.

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"sean jones" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

07:12 min | 2 years ago

"sean jones" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Dot FM. Vincent is mimicking all of my hand, motions. Anyway, so you can reach people with radio. There's no doubt about it. But that doesn't mean you're going to be able to change their minds. You might be able to reach them and inform them of some sort of new thing that's out there new product or new service. And if that person needs that thing, or maybe they didn't know they needed that thing or they didn't know they wanted that thing, and it makes them aware of it. It could increase sales for sure it can increase awareness of a certain thing. There's no doubt about that. But is it going to change the political outcomes of a country? No and anybody who's a talk show host. Who is who is that hubristic that's much full of themselves to believe that them getting behind the golden microphone with one arm tied behind their back is going to somehow change the country's viewpoint. Let's just look at the reality. Listen, folks, we vis broadcast started the second American revolution. This broadcast. Got Trump elected. Huber? Yeah. Yeah. That's the kind of hubris. Well, I mean, even saying since you mentioned golden microphone Rush Limbaugh for the what was supposed to be the red wave or blue soon. Nami in the past midterms. Rush Limbaugh, actually did a by believe he'd he was scheduled to at least he did a rally with Trump. And I don't know if he I don't know if this after he was elected after Trump elected last last year's midterms. Yeah. And I don't know. I don't know if that specific district was one. But it was you know, it changed nothing, right. Rush limbaugh. Sean Jones Alex Jones who you're imitating a moment ago takes credit for electing Trump. Does he also take credit for electing Obama because he was on the air during that? I mean, did he also take credit for electing Bush because he wasn't a fan of either Bush or Obama back then he was anti-establishment. I'd say Jones, I it would be fair to save a Jones, I I wouldn't say one Trump the election, but like he was very instrumental in getting what used to be the very hostile demographic towards the both parties in getting them row and people who allegedly care about freedom getting from riled up to vote for for just you know. A someone else who's been funded by billionaires also Sheldon Adelson Trump's case. But he failed to, you know, get the Republicans in in two thousand eighteen right? So it's just ridiculous. The idea that you're going to have some sort of sweeping sea change because somebody gets behind her microphone and broadcast. So again, it's sort of a two sided thing, you're not going to change the world necessarily. But yeah, you can reach people with a message. The question is are people willing to receive that message? Are they interested in in the message or the in the right place in their life to hear that message and have it actually have meaning to them and take the mainstream media the destroy Trump media fake, news, whatever you wanna call it ninety one percent of media coverage of Trump during the election, probably more. So now was negative Shand for still half a country supporting it and stopping for all the talk that they did towards Trump. They didn't actually seem to hurt him at all every night, everyday, concentrated, to'real solid. Like the all of primetime to socking about it. And he's still got elected, right? You can't blame somebody who has a media at their fingertips whether it be newspaper or whether it be television or radio for trying to use that medium. I mean, that's what we're doing here. Right. Like, we are attempting our best to influence people. We're we're propagandists. Okay. Just as anybody else's for yourself, man. You're absolutely appropriate. Propagandist. I tell the truth man, you can propagandize the truth. Well, no, I mean, I I don't propagandize anything. I see it. How it is. I say it how it is. If I'm wrong in all correct myself. Well propaganda is basically just promoting information. Well, there's different types of white propaganda black propaganda grey propaganda. Resolve the sorts of like mind war stuff for mation ideas or rumors deliberately spread widely to help or harm a person group movement institution nation etcetera, you can have propaganda that's false, and you can have propaganda. That's true. Either way if you have a goal of achieving something by getting that information my goal propaganda for like question authority the show on Saturdays. Ten a ten PM eastern dot FM. It's your show my goal website. Right. Free media dot com. Yes. Thank you. Ian. My goal is to one get to an entertaining show have people enjoy it and just to let get people to know about what's going on with the police. Let people know however being poisoned by the chemicals in the food water and medicine in environment. Let them know how corrupt and how evil and corrupt government is. So that's that's my point. I don't want to say. Oh, yeah. I want people to know obvious information. So that they could vote Trump or so he could buy my stuff at my store. No. It's just I want this information to be get out there because the best, you know, might not always be the best selling point. But you know, the best content. You could put out fares the truth. I tend to agree with you there the toll free number. If you want to join us on the radio, you can do that. Our number's eight fifty five four fifty free. That's eight five five four five zero three seven three three. Now. Let's get into this story here that I've actually been holding onto for most of a month. It's about magazines, specifically new ways of distributing these old publications that many of which have gone out of business in the last decade or so I got it forget, which new was it. Newsweek, it wasn't time. I forget which one it was one of those newsy magazines completely went out of business or they went digital only one or the other. And I'm I'm sorry. I'm not remembering which one it was. But here's the story from Bloomberg. Because against the ones that remain are trying to stay relevant. They're trying not to hemorrhage subscribers. They're trying to move over into the new world rebrand just just pulled up Newsweek since she asked. I can't read a thing about it's collapsing. But it's know a lot of these places for losing profitability and in order to prolong Vienna. Evitable for merging ver- rebranding. We're doing all civil going internet only, I feel like it was Newsweek, maybe they went internet only. But which ain't gonna save. Them because BuzzFeed is internet early in various as I see over circle inva-, drain. Yeah, they fired a bunch of people, right? Yeah. Yeah. I was going to get to, you know, cover them last show, but it didn't get a chance. So even just going on the internet won't save you just because as I say a lot of this is fake news. A lot of it's just propaganda or click bait. And even though that might seem like it gets you a lot of us. It's it's like using cocaine. You feel really great, right? They get a lot of us at once. But then you it's unsustainable because people are going to get tired of it. It's it's not very good. And it's hard to sustain the old media staffing levels too. Because you know, if you're doing digital advertising people expect more results because you can see how many people clicked through for instance, you didn't get that with the old magazines with a page advertisements on the pages. You had no idea really. Generally, what the response rates were like.

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"sean jones" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

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"sean jones" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"People still have those or listen to MP threes or the streaming audio services. There's so many different other options. But there's still a lot of people like I think it's over ninety percent of Americans every single week will will will listen to some amount of radio. So there's still a good amount of market penetration. There's no doubt you can use radio to get a message through to people. So it's effective at reach. Okay. Radios effective also at frequency meaning that you can hit somebody multiple times. Excuse me. I'm laughing because for those who aren't watching the the twitch feed at twitched dot FM. Vincent is mimicking all of my hand, motions. Anyway, so you can reach people with radio. There's no doubt about it. But that doesn't mean you're going to be able to change their minds. You might be able to reach them and inform them of some sort of new thing that's out there new product or new service. And if that person needs that thing, or maybe they didn't know they needed that thing or they didn't know they wanted that thing, and it makes them aware of it. It could increase sales for sure it can increase awareness of a certain thing. Just no doubt about that. But is it going to change the political outcomes of a country and anybody who's a talk show host? Who is who is that hubristic that's much full of themselves to believe that them getting behind the golden microphone with one arm tied behind their back is going to somehow change the country's viewpoint. Was this look at the reality. Listen, folks, we vis broadcast has started the second American revolution. This broadcast. Got Trump elected. Yeah. He. That's the kind of hubris. Well, I mean, even take since you mentioned golden microphone. Rush Limbaugh for the what was supposed to be the red wave or blue soon army into pass midterms. Rush Limbaugh, actually, did a I believe he was scheduled to at least he did a rally with Trump. And I don't know if he I don't know if it's just after he was elected after the Trump was elected last last year's midterms. And I don't know I don't know with that specific district was one. But it was you know, I it changed nothing. Right. Rush limbaugh. Sean Jones Alex Jones who you're imitating a moment ago takes credit for electing Trump. Does he also take credit for electing Obama because he was on the air during that? I mean, did he also take credit for electing Bush because he wasn't a fan of either Bush or Obama back then he was anti-establishment. I'd say Jones, I it would be fair to save a Jones, I I wouldn't say one Trump the election, but like he was very instrumental in getting what used to be the very hostile demographic towards both parties in getting row. And people who allegedly care about freedom getting from riled up to vote for for just a someone else who's been funded by billionaires also, Sheldon Adelson Trump's case. But he failed to, you know, get the Republicans in in two thousand eighteen right? So it's just ridiculous. The idea that you're going to have some sort of sweeping sea change because somebody gets behind her microphone broadcast. So again, it's sort of a two sided thing, you're not going to change the world necessarily. But yeah, you can reach people with a message. The question is are people willing to receive that message? Are they interested in in the message or the in the right place in their life to hear that message? And have it actually have a meaning to them and take the mainstream media destroy Trump media fake, news, whatever you wanna call it ninety one percent of media coverage of Trump during the election, probably more. So now was negative and I still half country supporting him stop him for all the the S talk that they did towards Trump. They didn't actually seem to hurt him at all every night, everyday concentrated, Tori. All the all of prime time to talking about it, and he still got elected, right? You can't blame somebody who has a media at their fingertips whether it be newspaper or whether it be television or radio for trying to use that medium. I mean, that's what we're doing here. Right. Like, we are attempting our best to influence people. We're we're propagandists. Okay. Just as anybody else's for yourself, man. You are absolutely appropriate. Propagandist. I tell the truth, man. You can propagandize the truth. I don't propagandize anything. I see it. How it is. I say it how it is. If I'm wrong in all correct myself. Well. Propaganda is basically just promoting information. Well, there's different types white propaganda black propaganda grey propaganda. Resolve all sorts of like mind, war stuff, formation ideas or rumors deliberately spread widely to help or harm a person group movement institution nation etcetera, you can have propaganda that's false, and you can have propaganda. That's true. Either way if you have a goal of achieving something by getting that information my goal propaganda for like pushing a thority of show on Saturdays. Ten a ten PM eastern data. It's your show. My goal website, right. Does free media dot com. Yes. Thank you. Ian, my goal is to one get to an entertaining show have people enjoy it, and you know, just to let get people to know about what's going on with the police. Let people know however being poisoned by chemicals in the food water and medicine in environment. Let them know how corrupt and. How evil and corrupt government is. So that's that's my point. I don't want to say. Oh, yeah. I want all these people to know obvious information. So then they could vote Trump or so he could buy my stuff in my store. Not just I want. This information be get out there because the best might not always be the best selling point. But you know, the best content. You could put out bears the truth. I tend to agree with you there the toll free number. If you want to join us on the radio, you can do that. Our number's eight fifty five four fifty free. That's eight five five four five zero three seven three three. Now. Let's get into this story here that I've actually been holding onto for most of a month. It's about magazines, specifically new ways of distributing these old publications that many of which have gone out of business in the last decade or so I got it forget, which new look was it. Newsweek. It wasn't time. I forget which one it was one of those newsy magazines completely went out of business or they went digital only one of the other. And I'm I'm sorry. I'm not remembering which one it was. But here's the story from Bloomberg. Because against the ones that remain are trying to stay relevant. They're trying not to hemorrhage subscribers. They're trying to move over into the new world rebrand just just pulled up Newsweek since she asked. I can't read anything about it. Collapsing. But it's over a lot of these places for losing profitability and in order to prolong VN evitable for merging for rebranding. We're doing all some of them are going internet only. I feel like it was Newsweek, maybe they went internet only. But which ain't gonna save him because BuzzFeed is internet early in various as I see over circle inva- drain her. They fired a bunch of people, right? Yeah. Yeah. I was gonna get to you know, covered him last show. But it didn't didn't get a chance. So even just going on the internet won't save you just because as I say a lot of fake news. A lot of it's just prop. Again, or click bait, and even though that might seem like it gets you a lot of us. It's like using cocaine. You feel really great, right? They get a lot of us at once. But then you it's unsustainable because people are going to get tired of it. It's it's not very good. And it's hard to sustain the old media staffing levels too. Because you know, if you're doing digital advertising people expect more results because you can see how many people clicked through for instance, you didn't get that with the old magazines with a page advertisements on the pages. You had no idea really. Generally, what the response rates were.

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