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"sean kelly" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
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"sean kelly" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Sean Kelly, Bobby Valvano College basketball on ESPN Radio John Paul Jones Arena in Charlottesville today. 25 to 18 Virginia leads it. Very strong showing by the cardboard cut outs. In Charlottesville. Today. They even have upper deck. Cardboard cutouts, and I'm wondering if those upper deck cardboard cutouts do not have to pay as much as those who are in the Lower bowl figured to lower. I think it's recycled cardboard. That's what it is. That's they get less a great cardinal. There's a lane violation on the first free throw by Huff. So he got to take another one but miss that one as well. It's true one of two when it's all said and done 26 to 18 Cavaliers to catch on the left leg would walk in close quarter right here is trying to drive baseliner was behind his back. Good defense by treatment. Pass out to the top of the key shot by sharp will go and another whistle. This is gonna be inside the paint. Against Carolina. Harris is going to pick up the foul here will be Virginia basketball should be linked to the floor to go in a minute. Seven to go in the first half. This is this is the recipe for Virginia. A little bit of Lee. You put a run together. And you feel like maybe we get back in the game, And then there's a couple of plays where they just have to make a very sound fundamental play and they do hear the shot goes up. It's mister terrific block out. On Harris, who tries to go to the glass and Goodson over the back call. Now they're in the penalty. And Virginia is a great free throw shooting team and they wind up turning what was a defensive possession and was scoring opportunity, and Beekman makes the first free throw. Free throws. Come here with a minute, seven left in the half. Second one on the way by the freshman lot of rim and it does not fall. Sharp clears for Carolina A minute to go first half Jim Basketballs coming up with college basketball halftime report. Brooks trying to roll into the paint chip grabbed by sharp right of the blame Dr Davis Davis against two for a moment passes away from Clark. Leaky Black Sea. The low post They'll double sharp in the right block, You'll turn through over the top where you left off the catch Davis In the air, twisting, shooting, No good rebound, Sharpe, his put back, We'll go either and it pops out the Beekman. We'll go one on three to the other end. Now, wisely pull back and wait for friends.
"sean kelly" Discussed on The Path Distilled Podcast
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"sean kelly" Discussed on The Path Distilled Podcast
"Still with him again. I dwell on that. But i always knew what my place was and and that milos to be easily replaced. You talked about the ending of of your first band Tell us a little bit about what happens at the end of the story if we will with with sixpence. Yeah so nine. Eleven happened and right before that we had gone to the recording studio to make the follow up record to the one back there that did really well and it was just a great record. We we loved. I love that process. I got to be a part of the writing this time around This is the point. I really felt like i a part of the band. Even though we had had a lot of success we had a wonderful time overdose. Nashville just living out of this beautiful studio for For a few months and we came out of that experience feeling like wow this could have some longevity to it and we knew they album was really really good. And i can't remember it was gonna be a fourth quarter release in two thousand one and then in september two thousand one. Nine eleven happened in that. It's always so weird about who in about that. Because obviously i didn't lose anybody close to me but so many people went through so many other losses during that time especially in the entertainment industry and we definitely were one of them on and for some reason that just a cancelled. The tour housebound the release of the album And then labels for closing down and similar to what we're going through right now. You know it was just this weird ripple effect things were falling apart on an gosh to sit on a record that you were once really excited about fresh for a year and a half really just took the wheels away from it and we went back in. I think by the time we released divine discontent. It was probably a year and a half or two years after nine eleven so we probably sat on the record for over two years And didn't really play a whole lot together. It was very strange time on and what we try think. We ended up recording from two or three songs to adams to make it feel fresh nude us. And that's a whole other funny story..
"sean kelly" Discussed on The Path Distilled Podcast
"A few years back and she was joking with me. She's like todd. We were so lame and not fun. I'm like were pretty fun. I mean we say past eleven thirty that one time remember. She's like you. You're kind of the elective like go out and have severe party little but we were all such nerds on like kind of were but i mean we were for a ban that had some success and travel in again which is a recipe for doing everything bad year body. We pretty much our head screwed on fairly straight at thank your touring you have a platinum record behind you and your shot. Was there a moment or a time period where you started noticing that people were noticing the band. More when you're out in public or things like that. Yeah.
"sean kelly" Discussed on The Path Distilled Podcast
"So that's what i did for the next couple of years still landscaping now just in my own house. Now i'm sorry talking about now now at that point I had enough Enough work to to not have to landscape and At at home out of story. I mean you you get into this world where you're is good as your last gig and you cool you get you get a four week tour with so and so and then that ends in. I'm like oh crap when going to be for money now but luckily i was able to play that game where i line one after another for for few years there. What happens next sixpence day. I got had that all happened. I mean in nashville. It's just a very small community of musicians especially in this christian music world at least at the time and This go on for hours about this six. None the richer at the time was The lead singer leann ash in the guitar player. Main writer matt slocum Dad moved from texas to nashville and they have pretty who'll undergrounds christian music following and I i knew of them in heard their their first album in like them a lot and data about to go on a tour and they they needed a guitar player so i guess my number gel into their lap and they called me up and i was about to go out with some other ban that was. I can't remember the name. They were fairly well established. And i as like. I just love leased voice I like the music were doing. It was very much them. Instead of aban trying to be the christian version. Some secular band that existed like six was his own sound. And i like fat inside. Wanted to be a part of that And i said yes and rehearsed with them and it just felt great and i really liked everybody in the group and then we started traveling and then a sort of became an official member in started recording with them. And i it the thing. I think that tugged at every everybody in the band and i realized from the second of started rehearsing with them that they signed a record deal with a christian label when they were very very young. And they were part of the church community in texas They wrote some songs that were guess. Your actual religious that other songs about whatever going on in their world so they didn't necessarily want to be pigeonholed into that bobble. They didn't wanna have to feel the pressure of playing show at a church in saying. Oh you have to go minister the kids at the end of the show that they just wanted to be a band in..
"sean kelly" Discussed on The Path Distilled Podcast
"After i graduated from belmont curious what was what was going through your head or your bandmates heads. If a told you about what was happening what did it feel like going through the negotiating process For the label. So the going back to the lounge flounders. I don't remember a whole lot about all the negotiations but it was mercury records. And i don't know well then Whoever but at the time We had signed with them. They were handling the big kiss reunion tour and john osborne who had it at really big hit right around then and so i of you can always blame it on the record label. But who knows. The stars didn't align but that the priority became the other musicians that were on that label and we ended up going out on some pretty fun tours. We opened up for a band called dish. Wallet the counting blue cars with their big hit while we toured with a band called the refreshments They had a couple of fun. Hits around in the mid nineties. I think they did the theme song to king of the hill so an-and just in that. That was a really really fun. Era i mean. I would say that ban was really truly My my baby. You know i. I wrote the often created and produced the music with the lead singer I haven't really necessarily. i produced a lot of projects. But that was that was my banded and after that it was more like i was always a guitar player for this band or that band or producing project but i feel fortunate to be able to had that air in my life where i wasn't a ban. It's just four guys on the road at a beat up fan and all this fun stories that you hear about in the nineties the ban trying to make it. We never really made it but we got to a certain level bat greatest really great stories. I'm curious it reminds me The dog chasing the car and so the label is usually. What the band retracing achieve. So at that moment was at the media relief Suddenly add more pressure. Something else in the moment it felt like this is. This is what i was going to be doing for the rest of my life. I just didn't see anything beyond trying to put an album out in you know with with this band end. Yeah it's one of those things where i actually regret not being smart enough to sort of look at the next step..
"sean kelly" Discussed on The Path Distilled Podcast
"To be in that surrounding and I felt like it was definitely An outcast but at the same time it. It was interesting to go to school that was influenced by lot of country and christian music. Because that was. I was far as far as what i grew up around so i did learn a lot being around that part of the industry and being belmont so kind of how soon before you made the decision to go. Did you start to think that you would make music a career. Yeah great question. Because i went to belmont for a music business degree almost in a way i was almost kind of saying. I don't know if i'm good enough to do this. So i'm not saying that about other people that go in the music business in a way i think if i really can be honest with myself i was choosing the music business at it was safer than than being a musician. Once i met some like minded musicians dalmine put a band together. I thought okay. This is really where my passion is in house. Ever gonna turn into money but throughout my time at belmont in about two years. After i played in the same band we recall the lounge. Flounders that greenspan. No one's ever heard we actually add. I know you didn't ask that question. We actually ended up putting out a a cd. It was on a a record label. And i think we sold a thousand copies in five hundred of those migrants. That's cool so tell us a little bit more about the getting to belmont in the path to burst record label yes so as i was at belmont And i met three other fellas that we started abandoned Day were i swear the time they're the only other people that weren't into christian rock and they were they were into. Ram in you to in alabama too. So we were a band. That was kind of you. That was our influence with our sound. But as i got to my senior year we're playing a lot of shows. Would we would leave on the weekends. Go to memphis and little rock and do these weekends tours. In our van broke down a lot. And but as i think back about that and we didn't have got sound like such an old man right now but we didn't have cell phones or anything like me over and call the club on a payphone. I swear to god. I would still be in that band right now. Argue about you know the directions we had. We had maps on our phones. We would still be a man who i keep. Hearing on the question. We have Really led me to necessarily wanting to be behind the scenes. i wanted to be on stage In when we graduated segue into getting a record deal and putting a cd out in. And that's tough. I really feel for a lot of that. Goto that old path and eventually Sign a deal and put out an album that it's like okay now in his if it doesn't do well at that's a really scary place to be heartbreaking in Luckily really heartbreaking if you like the lead singer you know because that that's so much pressure on on that person but once that band dissolved that was able to kind of pick up one gig after another Sustain a career as a guitar player slash musician for about fifteen years..
"sean kelly" Discussed on The Path Distilled Podcast
"I just want to warn you. This episode contains explicit language. I think the nature part is that somehow. You're born with an excitement for something. And i've given guitar piano lessons before and i usually. I'll tell the parents right away. Like i can keep doing this. But i'm gonna tell you right now. Your kid is not excited about this. After not excited the the nurture parts. Now all right what to still and i'm your host. Kevin harris monaco's lauren tasman and everybody welcome to the show today. We have a wonderful guest. We have sean kelly from sixpence. None the richer they were a grammy nominated band with hits. I'm sure you know. Kiss me breathing. Your name don't dream it's over and there she goes. Welcome to the. Show today sean. Yeah thanks guys. I appreciate it so if you would tell us a little bit About who you are and kind of. Take us back to. The beginning of your story got well. My story begins in albuquerque new mexico. That's where i grew up listening to music. I the first things remember listening to were eight tracks of cat stevens. My parents have that around end on a side note. Man guys making quite a comeback. Right now i just or a still obsessing over his music but that really got me interested in learning at play. Guitar The catholic school boy in albuquerque so I guess the people that were my mentors as far as learning at harvard. The nuns in catholic church. So i was always curious after a mass is to. Hey what's the cord. You're playing there. And so eventually at the time i was in the fifth or sixth grade a. They brought me up to play in mass. Learn you know. A. d. c. g. Or whatever and so from there i was just wanted to get on in play and whoever was a musician that i was friends with i would try to talk him into being banned with me. And we play talent shows and that went on all through high school Different bands played in talent shows The james from the shins was grew up with me albuquerque..
"sean kelly" Discussed on Racing Virginia Podcast
"Do it like we're notre dame usc there's a couple places that don't do just like we're not going here for me. Here's here's a prime example. Why they need to change it. We form our own land. Yeah at the racetrack. Now you have to run the lights on a whole lot. Yeah so now. It's shortens your day because you can't really get in the field until noon because of the cold this from the night before because i don't wanna get into talking about daylight savings that it. It sucks we don't like a but but is darker langley langley. Had a great final point. Raise the show on blu. One hundred mod mod tober And had a good car. Cal had a great race from account. Yeah absolutely murphy. Look funny nominal net net together as a huge trophy and oh and the polar was pretty cool that flag that has That flew over on the ships. There really. I didn't even see that it had been flown on a ship. And they put it in a in a case that you can see. They folded it up. Yup and that was kind of cool. That's neat that's really neat. Kind of a melding. The military stuff. That's around the speedway mark words and we won the race and the championship. And and you know. I think that the race itself getting that trophy and because i believe if i'm not mistaken on the pace laps he carried the ashes of sean blue around the track before the before. The green flag flew so that race itself had to mean the world to mark to win that race it was. I think anybody that would have won. That race would have held that trophy and high regard. Absolutely that was bad. Probably good three feet tall. Yeah yeah looked looked. Awesome sean signature on it and it was just eight ninety miles kupa. Kudos to Kudos to our friends at langley for doing that. That was that's fantastic. Racing is is winding down in the state of virginia. This year generally unfortunately arafat out in the western part of the snake getting ready to have their their banquet. This time of year couple of their drivers in the six zero two class six to modify class actually went down to charlotte for the short track. World finals yep and one were first and second really. Yeah and then i think one of the guys one of the guys in the ucar also one as promised a brandon. We need to head to the phone lines. We need to talk to some really cool debt. Cats and i am i really after chatting with them on the video call i wanna i really wanna know how this all came about because it is a cool invention when they say it's the ultimate bar tool. They aren't lying okay. They're not of course we're on the phone line. We have sean. Kelly is the co inventor co founder owner and patrick paraiso also. A co owner partner. Hello guys how you doing in unison. Of course folks. If you don't already know an hadn't heard already you're living under a rock because they sponsor the finnity race at martinsville which turned out to be a phenomenal event. And not only that. A virginia driver came home. The winner burton and broke his. He broke his dad's record for the youngest expenditure driver to win a race there. So it's pretty cool. I gotta know. Let's start with sean sean. What was your experience like this weekend at martinsville. Incredible i mean martinsville definitely a of attract that you have to get to It's super cool. Short-track awesome I was lucky enough. That they let me do the command to start the race So that was really fun to get out on the track and then have to jump over the wall and run past the cars. So i could get out Definitely nerve racking for sure being on national television doing that but You know little practice help and it was. It was so much fun. Everyone was amazing. Drivers are great news. The weather was awesome moore super happy to have a great rate. What about you patrick. Yeah it was just. It was just a black fan even though they thousand fanfare but you know all utah solid like miles on. Everybody was really excited to get out to the race I've never been to martinsville. I had a lot of friend. How many how excited they work for me to go there to get to experience that track there were one hundred percent right. also wanted Big thing is a hot dog and they were a brand flame. That was one of my questions after our suggestions interest after we talked to the video since said this is the way you need to get it. You need to get the at martinsville all all the way now. That is my question to both of you. did you get it. Did you both get at least one all the way. And what was the experience like. Well i think we had about forty in our three and they were gone within like an hour. I mean people have gone back man. They're all gone We we had to get more. They were often. Yeah all the way. I you know. I spent a lotta times chicago so i love hotdogs and these were definitely. These were different. They were unique. And i i. I enjoyed them a lot on. 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Searchlight with Caits Meissner and Justin Monson
"I'm Sean Kelly. I'm here live at eastern state penitentiary for our weekly searchlight. We're going to START SEARCH LIGHTS OFF For the foreseeable future. Unfortunately we running through some numbers As of today and US prisons in jails. There are three hundred three thousand three hundred. Thirty eight cases confirmed infections of covert nineteen. There have been fifty fifty deaths today to people incarcerated in jails and prisons. There's also prison staff again. More than three thousand members of the prison staff around the United States have been confirmed with a virus and sixteen deaths. We're going to keep looking at these numbers at the start of every searchlight moving forward for those of you who don't know eastern state penitentiary. We are a prison museum in Philadelphia. The prison was built on the belief. That people are inherently. Good and can be rehabilitated. Through solitary confinement that is has a distinctive wagon wheel floor plan that was copied all over the world and there are about eighty three thousand people who were incarcerated inside this building men women and yes children as well. The prison was opened today for tours was abandoned in Nineteen seventy-one today we give tours when we're able when it's safe to do so we have artist's installations like this glorious piece by Jesse Crimes. This is a mural that he made while incarcerated in federal prison this is our graph illustrating the US rate of incarceration the highest in the world by far and our exhibit companion exhibit is called prisons. Today ask questions like have you ever broken the law and what is criminality and do prison work. And what are we? What should we do next last year? We had three hundred and ten thousand daytime. Visitors including twenty-eight thousand school visits. We are proud. Second chance employers. We seek out people with the experience of incarceration to join our education team. We find it's one more tool if they choose to use it That we can use that. They can use to engage our visitors in discussions of the impact of the policies. Around incarceration in the United States are big project. Last year was called hidden lives illuminated. We worked for over a year inside of two prisons here in the Philadelphia Area Teaching animation to artists or incarcerated This is working on his On his film and then we projected those films onto the front wall of eastern state penitentiary for months last summer. You what we're doing here. We encourage you to become a member. I can also support us in many ways from our website Which you see right there. The science close to the public because of the virus through at least may thirty first I. We have wrought much of our programming online. Those hidden lives luminated. Films are being feature one per week out. Different different film focused on every week this week. It's Davids film called freedom. We have a twice weekly visit video. Podcast it's called prisons and the pandemic. It's three minute episode twice a week covering what's happening in American prisons in jails and detention centres with this virus. I can find that on facebook. We have what we call the hospital tour twice. I saw once a week Wednesdays at two thirty live Matt Murphy from our team talks about issues of health both historically and currently in prisons and of course we have the searchlight series. Next week's topic is cove in one thousand nine hundred impact on incarcerated youth. We have heard on contain Martinez from youth. I rethought on a Terry from New Jersey Institute of Social Justice Vincent Schiraldi from the Columbia School of social work. And it's moderated by Liz Ryan from. She's the president and CEO of the youth. I initiative join US. One week from tonight for searchlight but tonight we have Cates Meissner She is a pen America. She's the Panamerican Prison Injustice Writing Program Director Welcome cates we're going to be joined in a few minutes by Justin Reveals Monson. He's pen America writing for justice fellow in his poet. He'll be calling in. So hey it's welcome to searchlight from eastern state penitentiary. Thank you for having me and I was just smiling to see Vinnie. Giraldi on your next week is he'll also an upcoming issue of our newsletter. He is a a real leader in this field. Bigtime happier topics about right now. But agreed what? It is We're just a few minutes actually. Did the introduction a little faster than I thought I would few minutes our second guess. Justin is going to be dialing in hit. You want to tell us a little bit more about our guest Justin and how you know him And then we'll be a unfortunately kind of a lab process them online here with us but a little bit about how you know Justin while I knew of Justin's work a little bit. Before he became a writing for justice fellow. He'd won our prison writing awards and honorable mention a number of years back and so I have read this poem. Thought it was quite a phenomenal. So it's really exciting to see his work elevated through the fellowship the fellowship by the way the prison writing awards and I'll talk a little bit more about our program down the line in prison. Writing Words is solely for currently Karsh Writers and the rain for Justice. Fellowship is a very prestigious opportunity. Eight hundred people apply to across the US. It is an ecosystem of writers. Confronting mass incarceration through various mediums. And is not just people justice involvement? Certainly we have currently and formerly incarcerated to a currently incarcerated fellows. Each round justin was part of our inaugural class last year cohort but but we have people representing all different interests in the field so through that Justin one obviously the fellowship and because he's able to be in communication more than some other folks because Jay communication system which will also talk about a little bit down the line. I found that I was able to communicate with him almost as easily as somebody on the outside. Not Quite. That's not always the case. It's rarely the case in fact says through that because I'm also poet in my other life and Justin's a poet and we share a lot of the same influences reading looking at who are interested in we really developed also a friendship through the work in in a in a shared aesthetic. So it's really a pleasure to get to each your him and bring him on today and hear his thoughts. I think they eat will offer a lot of insight around a variety of topics for people who are tuning it tonight more about communicating with people who are incarcerated as do. This work is a challenge that we have as well in our work. And I'm sure you face it at least as much as we do that you know you wanNA partner with people and bring their voices into the projects And the communication is often We'll hear it here in a moment. Even when a good situation I say relatively good like Justin's where three of us spoke yesterday or speaker got an a moment Even that at such there's so many barriers in the the communication ends up being so challenging. If you say more about working with creative people on these projects yeah and I think it's part of what I will be later but certainly you know I mean in a kind of lucky way or a decision made is that we don't work with. We don't actually do classes on the inside. Where National Program? We work with individuals through the mail snail mail and occasionally through one of these kind of pay to play email systems depending on people have access to it depending on the money on etc. So right now. It's even harder because we're doing a once a week. Mail pick up because the virus at the office thankfully. My team member has a car. If he didn't we would be really at a luck and And we get a stack of mail. Uk High Foot high a week and people are requesting all kinds of support. And so obviously when you're doing an editorial process are awards that I mentioned earlier are in theology that the work is very raw and unedited. Because we can't go through a real aditorial process in the turnaround. You need a good couple months because of the snail pace all prison mail is reviewed as we're GONNA here tonight and I'm thankful in advance to everybody who sticks around embarrassed with US Justin's phone calls aren't fifteen minute increments Hang UP AND CALL BACK. The gotTa go through a whole screening. That would in a moment so people's people's lives and communication are one hundred percent red often censored it's often up to the mail room whose mail gets through or not clerk working that day Actually I I. I don't know if we can include this. I wrote a Tony. Eighteen Bed about it for the Guardian. That details of what that looks like
"sean kelly" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"One eighteen one fifteen Damian Lillard game winning thirty seven footer. And then Wade goodbye the thunder as it splashed in from thirty seven feet away blazers a four one series victory Lillard as you heard finishing with fifty points. Franchise record for a playoff game, but include that game winning shot describe with the feeling was like when that ball went through the basket at the end the game for you. Oh, just it was a great feeling. You know, when we left my hands. It felt good. I felt good about it. And on the last five six five or six minutes of the game. I just kept telling myself like for us to get this game was gonna have to really really dig, you know, to come out on top. So. The fact that I kept telling myself that and then we came out on top in shot when I was like man, it really it really happened. You know, we really dug and put it out. So it was a great feeling. They everybody in this building at flashback stage of winning shot against Houston point nine. How different or similar was shot to the the one tonight? It was it was a little bit different in that game. We were down to less time. And that time I actually broke the play not a lot of people noted. I just broke the play off the guys out there telling me to just run to the ball. And that's what I did tonight. This was of the way it was set up. No. It was just set up different. What impact do you think use of superiors had? I mean, I would love to see what is plus minus with. Because I think we was downtown when he came out there, three minutes or something like that. So I guess it was a huge impact. I think they put the camera on him in the crowd like crazy. So you gave us a nice punch. At what point you got ball your hands at whole last possession? What point you decide I'm I'm gonna shoot from out here or didn't wanna drive or whatever. How does that decision? Come about. I don't wanna put it in the referees. Ans-, you know, where there was contact. And maybe they get away with contact or I end up having to take tougher shot because they're contacting them wanna decide to game. So I was standing there looking at the rim, and I was like this comfortable range. My trainer feel. We was working the other night. No KC. And he was just like just take a few take a few deep off the dribble this. Let's shoot. If you. And he was like I'm telling you gonna hit one of these. He just kept saying you're gonna hit one of these. And when I was standing there. I was like I'm gonna shoot, you know, he was he was a little bit off on me. And I was like enough space for me to just raise up shooting for gang. And at the last second he step towards me a little bit. And I was like, okay. I'm just going Pounder with sidestepping raise up, you know. I just had to let it fly. You know, shoot the ball high in the air to give it a chance. And that's what I did. Fifty points in the close out victory for Damian Lillard, ten of eighteen from three point range second most three in seconds threes in a playoff game in NBA history. Okay. See led by fifteen. We just inside seven minutes to go. They had won their last hundred thirty nine games when they led by fifteen or more with less than seven minutes to play both regular season and playoffs. But they lose this one game was here on ESPN radio. Sean Kelly PJ colors were courtside with the call thrilling finish to the game and the series as Portland closes out Oklahoma City four games to one on a buzzer beater by Damian Lillard from nearby. You gene seems the way that he fired it and got himself to a new franchise record fifty points and a win here.
"sean kelly" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Seven hundred wwl well, w Sean Kelly Rachel Elliott with you. Lance making his way in six o'clock. You have an update on a story. We were talking about earlier the actor from empire. Jesse has how do you say his last name me? The plot thickens. What are you got? Apparently, according to the brothers that were involved in the attack planned and practice the staged attack beforehand, and we're concerned about actually injuring smell a and are unsure how he suffered bruises. Because they said that the punches that they delivered were weak and unlikely to have actually caused him injury. So they are still investigating that. But that just broke that could be low iron could be anything. And of course, if he's an actor you're going to want to practice this thing, you're going to want to get it. Right. Apparently. They also told authorities that the reason there's no video of the attack is that they knew specifically where the videos were facing the security cameras were facing on the Jim really he was attacked near. So that the attack itself wouldn't be captured on camera to me. This is just fascinating that somebody would go to the lengths that he. He did for either just attention or the other rumors, obviously is for him to not be fired from the show. But if you're them, you're you're gonna give everything up because if you got paid to jump a guy, and you didn't actually hurt him. Right. All you did was some play acting on the street, basically. Right, right. You're not gonna get actual charges. You didn't claim that? There is an attack. You didn't get the police involved. You just did what you were paid to do by this guy. So there they can get out of this. But they have to give him up completely. Yeah. They're in trouble. When the cops are sitting there going you're going to be charged with hate crimes, you're going to be charged. Yes. Then you're like take the money. This is how much I made this guy practice on these days. Here's my text messages. All this stuff. If I were them, I would too. Yeah. You roll over on something like that. We gotta get outta here. We got to wrap things up Matt Steinman hits us with five questions before we get out of here. Matt if you would please. All right. These shamrock shake is back on the McDonald's menu. Yay..
"sean kelly" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Sean Kelly as President Trump's chief of staff is turning down the offer Mackerras vice president Mike Pence's chief of staff of more than a year. So he's not taking the position because he had the president could not agree on terms. Kaitlan Collins reports. Wanted a two year commitment from Nick Ayers, Nick. The president. He can only commit to a few months of young children is desired amid back to his home state of Georgia at the end of the year and the president was insistent. She wanted. Someone who's going to commit to be south. For the next two years. And now, we are being told that Nick Ayers is not expected to become the chief of staff any longer roads and cancelled flights or keeping thousands of people at home right now is a powerful. Winter storm bears down on the southeast in North Carolina. Governor ROY Cooper says there's been hundreds of crashes on state highways, and he's urging people to stay home death has been reported. A man in Matthews North Carolina was killed by a tree that fell on him. When he was driving in West Virginia. Rescue team is searching for four people reported missing. At an underground coal mine that search is being conducted at the elk run, coal companies rock house mine that's near clear creek. Well, special counsel Robert Muller's office releasing documents that federal prosecutors say shows evidence of crimes pointing to the president Senator Angus king reacts on NBC's meet the pri- the filing last week that should be most troubling to the White House weren't the ones made on Friday. But the ones made with regard to general Flynn earlier in the week because it number one Robert Muller felt that his cooperation has been of such an extent that he recommended no jail time kind of prosecutorial prosecutorial pardon. If you will trade mission to China by the Canadian province of British Columbia has been cancelled because of the detention of.
Brees, Saints singe sinking Eagles, 48-7
"The New Orleans Saints home Sunday against the eagles. And drew Brees in the saints continue to put points on the board resolved on the backfield. Takes shotgun snap. Looks to throw down the right sideline. What? Touchdown New Orleans. Thirty eight yards Alvin Cabrera striking down the right sideline. At an absolute laser throw by troop race. Wow. Raised threw for three hundred and sixty three yards or score. Sean Kelly the call on ESPN radio saints ninth straight win. Now. Ninety one on the season beat the eagles, forty eight
"sean kelly" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Sean Kelly check ladders CD back in Heinz field. A terrible towels are flying now point game forty two to thirty seven chiefs a minute fifty nine to go on the Steelers are teeing up. There are some good hands folks out there for the Steelers. I'm not sure if I know whether they want side this or give it give it up the with Pittsburgh holding three timeouts. I guess is. They're gonna kick it deep and play the game. They will boom it away. And send it over Thomas. The demand for the chiefs in through the back of the end zone, and they'll play it this way here with a minute fifty nine to go in Kansas City starting at their own twenty five yard line one first down into the game for Kansas City. Homes. As a needed many first downs today. This would be big he's done everything. Unorthodox fashion. He's just been very efficient and has it either put together long extended. What a day for him six touchdown passes. I'll bring everybody in tight here. I formation. Communicating with his fever wide left. Under center the snap back. We'll draw here the hot trying to find something gets around the left hand and across the thirty to the thirty two yard line. That's a gain of seven that's kind of a gash play here on first down in favor of the cheap pickup on first down platelets wide open. Now for second third down is all you have to get his three yards. Give him nine really of Kansas City, a great spot. Now. Second and one three putt was good blocking. But more so him just picking his way through Pittsburgh defenders gets an outstanding pickup. On first down. We mentioned to timeouts left for Pittsburgh one first down all but in this game for Kansas City, Kansas City with just one hundred nineteen yards rushing is a team on bigger than the nine games. Here. That's against their three hundred twenty two yards passing on the day. Second one with a minute fifty one less sheets used one of their three timeouts. Formation again, Mahomes Hilst without why left off again too hot. I'll beat him just past thirty five and that's enough. For a first down of the chains will move here in favor of the chiefs were looking to go to an all both on the road. That's moving to change. They're going to get to it. Oh. Pittsburgh's going gonna use their second time out. Yep. So they'll stop play here. And that gives us a chance to head back to our ESPN radio studios. Kevin winter with an afternoon scoreboard. Check Kevin is challenge update in Green.
"sean kelly" Discussed on Get Up!
"This is the nationals Sean Kelly who is actually sent down designated for assignment after through his glove, down in disgust, during the nets blowout win over the Mets the other day, and they interpreted it as in being frustrated with being taken out of the game. But his agent told Jerry Crasnick. He was not upset about being asked to pitch in the game or giving up a home run, but his frustration with the unpire in crew that certainly not the way it was taken by the organization. Yeah, I think the national. I'm not saying Sean Kelly. Had the issue with the umpires or not, but this is the nationals cleaning house. The nationals have decided, hey, guys, we are going forward with players that are on our program that are going to be good clubhouse guys and Sean Kelly might have gotten mixed up into so. Things that shouldn't have happened on the field and the nationals are saying, we're not having that. No can't do that. I mean, that's it's just you don't do it. And so if you're going to do it then in, like you said, they're trying to clean house anyway. You put yourself in a little bit of a situation where you might end up in on the what I read the story, right? Wrong, fair or otherwise is that he said that one was telling him he needed to pitch faster in the other one was telling him he needed to slow down or it was going to be a buck and he didn't know what to do that again, I wasn't there. I'm telling you what it is. He said, and that's what caused his frustration with the moment with with that, be an acceptable thing in your view, but but in baseball, you go into your manager and say, hey, this is why did this man? You don't do that. Well, also they say, okay, that makes sense. Sean, just don't do it again. You don't release the guy. He's a good pitcher. That's the issue here. All right. Let's give you a favorite athlete of all time, right? This second, we never want to not do these for you here. Bring you the good stories in the world of sports. And this one involves Dane. Dow who's one of the goalies for the Humboldt Broncos this upcoming season, his. Goalie, mask honors last season's team, which you'll recall the struck by the worst of tragedies, helmet features, all sixteen names of the people who lost their lives in the tragic plane accident, as well as the saying. Humboldt strong humble played their first game since the accident on September the twelfth, the bus accident, Susan misspoke. There was a bus accident that killed so many members of that team. So his helmet will feature all the names of all of those whose lives were lost as he takes the net for that team this coming year. All right, let's move it along here. Again, we'll get back to the very latest on the situation at Ohio State as we continue. But first reminder are WNBA game of the week is involving one of the league's best rivalries links in the sparks, staple center tonight ten eastern on.
"sean kelly" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"WFAN Sean Kelly and. Rachel from digital here who takes care. Of all of, our digital stuff and we're talking about the fact that, teenage, girls, are twice. As likely according to the study To be affected by stuff on the internet, than, guys, now curious to see if your daughter, shoot any of your boy. Or girl seven four nine seven thousand eight hundred big one pound seven hundred on AT and t. f. had, to deal with this and what you did do either deal with it yourself or. Go to the school or to say. Hey hamlet and the study shows you. Know they they asked these teen girls what is the psychological distress that you are under and girls that described being. Under moderate to severe psychological distress at least once a month sixty one percent more than half See I there's but there is What can you do about it. Pray, that, you don't, have girls yeah Let me watch nothing scares me more than. That cancer doesn't scare me being in a horrific dialing accident eaten alive by short doesn't scare. Me if my wife and I have a girl or God forbid girls I've seen. Friends that have three girls in the, household, two girls in the household these men, are Walking Dead. Twenty four seven and I'm talking these girls are seven eight years old now, have. The conversation with him while you, know they still have to date right and by. Then they tell me I. Hope, I don't, live, to see that way it'll ten years from now oh you. Know it's I can't even imagine going, through high school is hard enough I, think with just all your expectations you have just to. Get good grades just try and be popular and. Try and fit in but all these other factors pushing down on. You and I, know it's, more for girls than it, is for, guys but I mean you, know going through high school was you know I thought a. Great time but there. Were certainly times in my life in high. School he thought to yourself I? Don't know who I'm fitting in. With Because you've got to find your niche you always. Want to fit in with somebody whether it be the jocks whether it be the. Band members you always wanna find you, know, because some people that's they're going to, make friends for. The first time we'll see that's the one I don't know when this culture, really. Developed because when I was in, school it was exactly like you're seeing it was. Clicky but you know it. Wasn't, like sharks, and, jets nobody embattled together click right I mean you know there. Were of course the jocks to the, smart guys like us the band guy, is the cheerleaders would sit next to the football guys. And and on and on and so when all. This stuff distorted when you developed hatred for somebody just tried to. Bring them down, I don't, remember that at all well, it's a, culture of external validation so, instead of girls getting validation for their good grades or gang. Validation for being a. Good person it becomes an issue of who Gets the most likes and that that pool of likes is not. Just your. High school anymore. It's the world so they're going to be some girls that are significantly more, popular across the world and other girls and that, creates this conflict, but it's not just in high. School it's for everybody, I? Mean that's, kind of, just where, society has gone where the validation is all on social. Media and less about real life human beings interacting with each other when you see it with parents. Because they want to put the pictures of their kids you know doing sports or doing whatever on Facebook. And I mean you go back. And, you look at you know how. Many Instagram followers people have you know that's a popularity contest Facebook obviously a popularity contest Twitter as, far as followers go a popular Oh yeah That's where people are going to get their self. Worth sometimes, and it's, I mean it's a, sad situation but it's a fact. Of life let's talk to Sean about. It Sean you say your daughter was involved in something? Like, this yeah she's a freshman finished up her freshman year also have a sophomore son and a. Senior, Don well she had a boy and he turned and God all her little girlfriends. Against, her She told, me about it when went to. The principal principal couldn't handle it so. We talked to my boys and I've always told him? Family, blood thicker than water pick up for your sister situations come up she told him about it. Well, my boy got about, fifteen twenty yard running start going down the hallway between classes The kid out About five times and tomorrow I get to go to the. Second court date All right so in your mind though was it worth it Yeah okay I was born in. Nineteen. Eighty My dad probably right. Around the same age as Eddie He always told me thank you told your suck You stand up here. Self stick up yourself, stick up. For your family Somebody around your. Mouth wait for them to act then, is they, act you finish it, there, you go and. I finished well he finished Diversion I think, it's gonna cost me about sixty dollars for the, ticket I don't. Know whatever happened. To giving kids in, school suspension That doesn't work trust me He said. All that was was vacation So what do chores Hey Larry talking about. Your son was bullied You tell. Us Rockies actually seen pictures on my son I sent him pictures for training. For Aswa getting into college, football leading graduate when he graduated high school he was bullied by the kids who are on the football team because. He, didn't, wanna play football at that time Now mind you my son senior year was six. Foot five two hundred and fifty five pounds. G. the how did he get bullied right. They were they were picking on, him because he. Didn't wanna play high school football is senior year. And I wanted him on air so they kept pushing his buttons and. Pushing this button, and, I noticed something was wrong with him why he was acting us acting real down my estimate told me. I said he got choices you either let it continue or. You finish it I said the next time they push you or whatever in. The hallway so he said okay I got a call from the gym teacher. Who said that my son, about put another kids through locker the kids were pushing on him and picking on him downstairs in the cow underneath At at at the high. School in the basement or the gym was. That and got underneath this kid and put. Them into a locker and soup, dish the locker. With the kids body wow coach called me and. He said I saw it all he said the kids were picking on. Him he said, he's, good to go I just wanted to let you know you might have paper a door on a locker. That fine no problem did the wrestling coach go coach call you signed him up Now he, didn't want to rent You, don't like, rolling. Around ground men sweaty grown man. I'm a don't. Try. It, sir, thank thank you Larry yes you you didn't do. It in an organized fashion, though that, was, called a freelancer I believe hey jolt talking, about getting bullied in grade school? What, do, you know about that yeah actually I was the victim on this was actually I. Don't know what it was about I think it was just. Like like a shirt or something I don't, know. If you guys are familiar with. The sprinkler school. In. Center, around, high park I I know of it yeah sure. Well I went there and, it was, a, school for kids who had like ADHD and, this this kid he was at? Ragging, ragging, rag on me all day and fire I call my dad and he's like he's. Just he's like my dad's like deal all right by me He. Said, something. I, hit this kid mementos and he broke it and then so they put me in the principal's office. And I didn't get in any trouble or anything he actually got. Ended up getting suspended and I just, go to, class and I was like a. Legend at. That school That's awesome, good for you man yeah hey thank you guys Hey Joel this to be sounds, like not, so much cyberbullying, but kids, kind of take it you know in control themselves you know kind of addressing. The problem. Or addressing the, person. Like. We, talked about earlier I. Think it's a lot different though when. You're talking about kids that aren't communicating with their. Parents, and they're dealing with this stuff online and they're either, afraid to tell their parents ashamed, ashamed yeah, something like that, they don't, wanna go to their teachers they don't wanna go to their family about it And. It's not necessarily, something that you can physically handle right it's it's the it's on the, internet it's it's not something that these people may never even come up to you in person and say something puts the school in a weird position because.
2018 NBA Playoffs: New Orleans Pelicans thwart Portland Trail Blazers in series opener, hold on for 97-95 victory
"Three for their seventeenth straight win overall it was this insatiable all around play of ben simmons that led the way the biggest difference i've noticed with this first game than the regular season is you gotta be locked in simmons was certainly locked in finishing with seventeen points fourteen assists nine rebounds jj radic twenty eight points marco bell and e poured in twenty five off the bench the raptors were looking to snap a ten game losing streak and playoff series opener's who was a three point game against the wizards answering the fourth until surgery baca led the toronto charge triple works parsi now back to the nearside lightweight what walk toronto eric smith raptors radio network the raptors and their game one drought rallying past the wizards won fourteen one zero six sixty balk at twenty three points twelve boards the marta rose in at seventeen in the west the pelicans anthony davis was determined to get his first career playoff win and with the help of regime rondo andrew holiday he got it racing to the other end mccollum shoot cellini three knocked it in it beats the buzzer but it won't beat the pelicans and new orleans on the road is the sixth seed takes down the blazers here in game one sean kelly pelicans radio network ninety.
Anthony Davis of New Orleans Pelicans bounces back from injury scare to score 41 points in win over LA Clippers
"Sports fla i'll marco politi well after a slow start the rockets just too much for the thunder rockets have exploited this match up all night long over carmelo anthony is defending they go right atom drives lows right by gets to the rim and easily finishes with left and that is that just like taking candy from a baby make it sixteen straight wins for the rockets they bounced the thunder one 221 twelve chris paul with 25 james harden at 23 11 assists greg i commend the call on the rockets radio network house where the sixers outscored the hornets 121 fourteen ben simmons 16 points 8 rebounds 13 assists raptors pick up a halt 106 ninety two marta rosen at twenty five wizards outlasted the he 117 one thirteen in overtime thanks to thirty from bradley beal i anthony davis another monster night one thirty one thirty all the over the david fury there just goes to the rim all the old saab new york transparency today davis turnaround trouble up the larry god followed thirty nine for new orleans said third swiss forward slash all world anthony davis davis at forty one points thirteen rebounds pelicans to raise the clippers 121 116 sean kelly the call on the pelicans radio network press the scoreboard the blazers pounded the knicks one eleven eighty seven deeming low of thirty seven were used to got the nets 114 wanna once that curry with thirty four the mavericks down the nuggets one eighteen 10 seven college troops acci round syracuse took out wake forest 73 64 boston college dumped georgia tech 87 77 and notredame slip by pittsburgh 6764 automatic beds we had ourselves in overtime game in the cia how will walk away with a person died since 1993 guided put collagen charles movement is going to the ncaa tournament journalist in shock northeastern 83 seventy six in overtime to win the cia is their waste a thirteen point halftime deficit at scot graeme with called on westwood one hausbergen zagre routed byu seventy four fifty four to win the west coast conference rising league finals with the right state they raise cleveland's thinks seventy 74 fifty nec finals lu brooklyn down wagner seventy one sixty one in south dakota state is going dancing as they dump south dakota 97 eighty seven when the summit league memphis head coach tubby smith maybe in some trouble gary parish.
"sean kelly" Discussed on KOMO
"Now that the top local stories from the komo twenty four seven news center the fate of bulb urged all the army sergeant who pleaded guilty to endangering his comrades by leading his post two thousand nine in afghanistan now rest in the hands of a judge sentencing hearing for berdahl starch tomorrow at fort bragg and expected future dramatic testimony about soldiers and a navy seal badly hurt while they search for missing bird doll you shall captive for five years by taliban allies after leaving his post for dole faces up to life in prison on charges of desertion and must behavior before the end amee after pleading guilty to the charges last week it's been a busy time for search and rescue teams called out yesterday for two hikers missing other pacific crush trail inch land county sean kelly sheriff's office saying the hikers reportedly activated a beacon and it prompted a search and rescue response right away two groups got involved in a search reached a home search and rescue team wanted to make a start from little would ask trail head and a show land team from the indian creek trail head while finding out once i got to the trail hedge six inches of snow and heavy rain fortunately there were not able to get on with their search this is a story were following here at komo news meanwhile the final call me river high waters forcing closure of many roads like dog park middlebrook at river bridge and others so call me fire department saying more flooding expected in the challenge to call me today and tonight in the fall city down through carnation and duval the river expected to crushed a carnation tonight about three point five feet over flood stage the guy komische river crushed that earlier today in your gold bar waters reports covering a number of roads near index through sultan toward is no call me river and its khomich river also expected moderate flooding it's expected to crest about two feet over flood stage this evening at a reminder for many of the emergency teams and services in the area please do not go past the road closures science thanking you can cross the water ahead of you it will be deeper than you think and in some cases you would be swept away it's got a busy time for puget sound energy at one time trying to restore power to more than ten thousand customers hearing the puget sound biggest impact on.