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Notre Dame beats Rutgers in double-OT to cap First Four
"Notre Dame won a double overtime thriller over Rutgers eighty nine eighty seven while Wright state have the right stuff to be Bryant ninety three eighty two and the second day of first for NC double a tournament games in Dayton all I can send you and you have a late with one point four seconds remaining in the second O. T. and moments into Saint Patrick's day to enable the hours to survive and advance Atkinson led Notre Dame with twenty six points in the first game Wright state's Tanner Holden outscored the nation's leading scorer Peter kids thirty seven twenty eight to lead the raiders to their first ever NC double a tourney win I'm Tom Mariam
LeVert's strong finish helps Cavs rally past Pacers 120-113
"Caris levert scored twenty two points and had five assists in his return to Indiana helping the Cavaliers earned a one twenty one thirteen win versus the Pacers liver was acquired by the cavs on Sunday in a trade with the Pacers Jared Allen had twenty two points and fourteen rebounds in Cleveland's fifth straight win Indiana dominated the first quarter hitting ten of its first twelve shots to take a forty seven twenty eight lead the Pacers led by eight before scoring just seventeen points in the final period Tyrese Haliburton had twenty three points and six assists in his Pacers debut I'm Dave Ferrie
Where Conversational Interfaces Belong in Banking - with Shankar Narayanan
"So shankar. I wanted to start off talking about what elements of workflows within banking where we can really apply conversational interfaces today. I think there's a lot of claims about ai taking over customer service or some other functions but of course it's more nuanced than app when you take a look at where your technologies being applied and what you see in the landscape. How would you summarize wear conversational interfaces fit in in banking right. So there's a lot of hype around conversational So i would like to break that particular meant we are on the very early stages of conditionally. I am in the technologies just evolving as long so in terms of in banking. I think the key use case for conditionally is of several but let me talk about the customer engagement side am banks are looking at cutting costs on call centers and reputation calls which comes into the call center they move into some form of a flow for chat bots and chad votes has to be intelligent enough to understand that alonso's and respond appropriately the challenge. Which we've been seeing and which most of the companies thunder companies are evolving from celebre. Give you an example. This has been restarted. This company was that everything's moved conversation and unstructured data. And we just happening where you have people chatting or come on what they can ask anything. Because there's no structured work or the zone many shropshire that they can ask anything. So you'll you'll heavy lifting is done by your systems in entirely to understand. The piece has to be good enough to understand the intent and appropriate the answer Their tools at one is banks have to be pretty strict in terms of how they respond just to make sure that the brand is kept so the way. If if it's an ai which is open to training or training without any human interface. It can this phone and get trained and If based on property may give a wrong response so if we need to have a better control on that and stock has to be built in that so what we are seeing or the bureau of let me give you an example right when we started in twenty seven twenty eight when we launched our first services with a bank the workload pretty structured the opportunity impact build a lot of variations on radiance fall the the intense again the stroke of the nlp to understand how pavilions for that to respond a car in the food has to happen is let me give an example if i make a query that hey there's my checkbook i applied for it guest today so you may have multiple variants which built in and the system understands what you intend hits and response to it. We launched. We had of art. Sixty thousand interactions per day mid some of the banks on viet launched in india. Where the there are twenty million customers and the operational team was overwhelmed. Because you can't keep having team billions so we have to build a deep learning mortar so that it auto trains and the billions auto bill so this my team both so there was a lot of learning which we act do as we each rated in canonisation layer journey the customer engagement side. That's the sign the law of other use cases which is emerging will the last few years especially in a machine comprehension whether market documents which banks have and. Let's assume that you are a relationship manager and you just want to know that on. How is the apple Gonna be doing tomorrow. And what does the cio report. Amancio information office of has created and the relationship manager doesn't have time to read through it so you have a reading the document which is being fed understanding the intense and comprehending it and you can quit any queries and it will not give up particular on servile pick relevant answers and showcase whether human gan understand it and pick up the knossos. It's such plus plus right. So i see that as a segment which we are working on with some max banks so using a for internal processes you have the rpm which is basically. That's a separate were to complete version. But in terms of con- additionally is fell focus on you. See a lot of use gives us or hr all the mundane tasks which people have to communicate with. A human is being moved onto box or workflow base os and that starts the shift which is happening. And we're seeing that. I have data which shows the in fact last month a one of the banks did six million interactions in a month. Or the because it's amazing but the final. Wally masur doing now just to clarify chocolate. This is six million internal interactions. You're talking about this. hr faculty here. No no no. No your customer writ large of a lincoln howard phasing customer actions retail banking iraq jumps rea-. Now that makes sense humans out there but just imagine a call center will not be able to have that kind of scalable volume now. There are lots of unique interactions which are happening which banks looking through. So i'll give you an example while the banks had to adam. Api just tell where the credit card is going to be delivered on which day just going to be delivered because they didn't have the use case but customer Asking that i applied for credit card. Where is it. I haven't received it so bank said okay. I don't want this to go to the call center. I want to based on customers asking these questions. Why don't i give a particular times time kind of thing where i can tell where the where the credit card is share not share so what is happening with conversation is if banks can leverage and i think banks are slowly understanding the scale of it
Navigating the NICU with Nurse Tori
"Nurse Tori Welcome to the woman. I'm so happy to finally have you on here. Oh my gosh. Danny, thank you so much for having me I. I'm thrilled I'm excited. When I message like I've been missing the nick you can. We discussed and having Nikki episode, and of course, you were like Hell Yeah let's do it. Please I love it. I'm so excited reminisce about Nikki life plus it's Nikki awareness month which I didn't know of and I feel very ashamed of myself made twelve years and the. Only. Thing it's not you know I think it was established. Let's say I don't know couple of years ago. For making. Thank you. Know it's become a thing love so Well, that's amazing because I know we had like a Nikki nurse day right around there like okay. Hers also, November, which is like free maturity awareness month. So we're kind of all over the place just establishing Mon- says everything CAPEX. Nikki. Nurse. Day there's also I wanNA see. There's like now they're kind of breaking down day in. September. For the end of the month like twenty, seven, Twenty, eight, twenty, nine all are dedicated to different aspects of the nick you so. Love that. Yeah, it's pretty neat. It's special. So this is actually really cool. It's a cool month for late I would say the nurses, the doctors, the RT's, and then also courts the families and. The pass babies or pass patients than accused of reminisce and yeah. So like every year mild hospital would have a day where all the parents could come who had lost a child in the nick you and then they have like like. Not like a religious but like kind of like a reunion like A. Goodwill prayer you know type thing and you know some of the nurses could go down and like the families could go and like reunite with them. Does your hospital do anything like that? Yes. Oh, a couple of different hassles I worked have done things like that. I would say the most consistent thing I've seen that most hostels do and participate in is the march of dimes. Yes. Where you can do that some hustles will have separate time to do a reunion but the is a pretty condescending where you know we could raise funds or a walk and kind of I would say the one big time that we do our hustle also does do. It's a walk in the park and dots because we're near. Disneyland. Rona we were able to do it where. And nurses and doctors who ever wanted to go could go do walk in the park together and it sort of like a day to remember everything and should be together and so that's actually a pretty cool things well so. That's so lovely. Yeah, it's really special. I. Mean. Especially when you are, you know working with these families as you know for up to in the nick you up to a year really or more. Yeah. Exactly be restocked relationships you know yeah, and I feel like. That's kind of one of the things that really sets and Nick you apart from working in other areas of the hospital. Yeah I would agree even having some more recently I was working as a critical care. Nurse so I was working. Hickey NICU'S TV ICU arcologies. And it was a really interesting interesting thing to see the differences in the dynamics of the unit. So for example. I would say sort of. A, little bit more like that. Fast. Like you're you're out they you know primarily drink surgeries console. It's very fast paced. It's different or traumas and things like that. Is Nick you you know we really do have not long-term relationship. I would say similarly oftentimes on college, we'll have kind of relationship with their patients while actually. So that's true. That's true.
The Ancestors Are Plenty and Petty with Alexis P. Morgan
"Hello and welcome everyone to another episode of the Revolutionary Mystic? Podcast I'm your host. Mets Lee Alexandria. Joining me today. I have the privilege and honor of chatting with our guest Alexis P. Morgan. I am so stoked I can't even tell you. Just for reference right now were let's see. Moore in August twenty, twenty were stolen the middle of a pandemic and. Like. Alexis mentioned to me earlier. The world is like basically on fire and as a disabled person who is pretty homebound it is a very awesome opportunities today to get to chat with Alexis P. Morgan who I have a lot of in common with and like so much admiration for their work and I'm. Thrilled to get to connect with somebody who? You know understands and it's just it's refreshing. You know we live in a pretty abled world. We live in a pretty neuro typical focused were held. And so I'm really excited to get to talk to them and share their magic with you and. So rather been telling you all about who they are and what they do. I would love for you to hear it straight from them. Hi Alexis. Thank you so much for having me on. This is I think this is the first. PODCAST appearance I've done in a while. So that's exciting. So about Me I am twenty eight turning twenty, nine in a couple of months very exciting in the throes of the Saturn return which is. Home. I'm black and ice that I'm the child of indigenous mothers because my second adoptive parent, which is a story will get into in a second and I'll clarify what I mean by that. Is Indigenous and I'm still trying to figure out if my biological mother was truthful with my adoptive parents about my indigenous heritage, it's not one of those leg. My grandmother was like a such and such kind of situations It actually has to do with my paternal grandfather So you know we're figuring that out but in the mean time I say I'm a child of indigenous mothers to be really clear about a WHO I am in that regard m professionally, I am a writer, an artist and a sorceress. My pronouns are she heard they I identify as FAM- 'cause my gender is really weird and complicated. and has layers of Wu mixed into it too. So sometimes, it's just easier to be like yeah okay. This is folks do what they want and I'm also queer so and I have autism I was diagnosed at twenty seven which is funny because I studied autism for like four years in high. Slovenia with a thought that maybe I would have On something but Nah. but I did but I didn't. Add I'm also disabled I have a multiple sclerosis I was also diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis at twenty seven. During my birthday month it was a very exciting bursting. That see in a nutshell. Wow. Yeah. I just want to say like I love. The amount of representation you're able to bring for folks I. I know when I hear you speaking about who you are I'm hearing things that I I can really to and I also have seen like out there in the world. I. Know isn't really being said, and one of them is that you mentioned about how? You like had been studying onto them for some time and like how did you not know well A for folks that don't know. Much about my professional history I was a social worker for a long time and I had a long like eleven year long career and towards the end I was a teacher for kids with autism and I loved it absolutely loved it felt super at home and just like you didn't reach diagnosis until I was around like twenty, seven, twenty, eight I, think. It's just kind of funny like how it works out that way you know Ray Lake and like I think my so it's funny 'cause like in my particular situation, my first set of adoptive parents. Okay. So let me back this trailer up a little bit. I was adopted twice I was adopted as an infant and I usually call that set of parents by foster parents because it helps make things less confusing to the wider world. And just because I usually don't have time to explain my family tree with the. Diagram. Like New People. So I was. Of Infant, and then I was adopted again as an adult adoption by my mom she is my mom. So when I usually when I say mom speaking of her and what I'm speaking of my adoptive parents who were a queer couple I was raised by White Lesbians, which is who boy that's a Latin to wrestle with in hindsight but. I'm usually not referring to them, but sometimes I'll slip and I'll just call the MOM and everybody gets real real confused because I got like twelve of them lying around it's great. Twelve months I mean but when I was a toddler, I showed some of the signs of A lot of lake professional clinicians would probably deemed autism
Is Bitcoin Headed to $10,500?
"That's pretty good to right. Filled in one of my. Like try the student luck. Yeah. It is still the hell. Yes. It did certainly did and it was T's also I did mention it yesterday you had a little. All sitting around Brookhaven after pretty stop. Kicked off pretty well sitting round bright gave Nabet Jingo bought George F. Pick. Up He looking to die cradle that was. Nice loss easy when you try to stand up to that quality. Look as I sit here, today and look at body bitcoin. Gold aside. You the two-day yesterday I bring up through the highest today's candle it. It's good. Raw is good. But I WANNA say some follow third. You know it's it's it's having a problem. A problem unfortunately off just can't help but. Yesterday I look way we're off. Up Point Eight eight of. Of. Fullwood down point one of a percent. It's lost that Gosto a need to see get a bit more. Wish Guy. And yeah it's it's not they're not doing it. It's not doing. And look. We could certainly have that David Pool by now I'm not suggesting that that's going to happen tonight changing yet but. What will say is that Tom Without for the That'd be the kick ass we h that we have that fully through Bong on Bitcoin. It does a little bit more interpretation trip in trepidation. It adds a little bit more. More question mark around the validity of that continued upside. In the short-term anyway. So I'm keeping an audit it's thousand, seven, twenty eight right now. It's down point three percent on today Theorem had a good dia city pumped up full point three, five percent with era, and now we're above full hundred, a locket, a lock it now I said yesterday that I'd be looking for crystals back in a four hundred dollars you don't have the chops structured the minute. To really warrant. Any tried to be honest. It's look at it looks fawn the Diet looks fondly to date but could you know we could see a little low high? Coming once again, if we don't see that continuation to the upside, which wedding on we're four, three, seventy four right now down. PERCENT EXA pay. twenty cents point seven down point six, four, represent yesterday APPs one point three percent again, very slowest I very slow. Looking at A. Grinding at nothing really interested for me Bitcoin cash will get popped up two point one percent damn point night tonight to zero wants to be above three hundred again, not much on bitcoin cash in the site can be said for lot coin pulling back to that one point three percent already in two and a half hours of try the new diets up two point five full yesterday. Close at sixty two third saying we still have a fifty a lot to save. Scooby Doo underneath that. Biggest they pulled striking beautifully on the daily yesterday out five percent today down point six five could offer opportunities to the Dan Savino honesty you know as much they'll take a show without any question. It's quite good enough to to still sitting above two hundred. Katana down percents today it was up a little bit yesterday point. So at one point, non not much really taken either to be honest with you some was sitting at twelve point two cents on the wake leads coming into the rod area. Until good mood yesterday, it's added bounce. What would we get? So we had a high of twenty, two, hundred, ninety, six I ended up closing at twenty, two, fifty, nine up three point three, seven point. One of the percents I talk to you right now a twenty miles thirty nine. Put. Three. DOLLARS THIRTY FIVE Down one point, one percent yesterday up two percent closing three, thirty, nine, it's not much movement the Lincoln down yesterday any point three, close a fifteen dollars fourteen in its holding just below fifteen dollars right now at fourteen dollars ninety one. So I looked the market is in a hanging modern I am looking to try to bitcoin the mind with that. Marcus somewhat saw advise got a bit of molested nothing to overly spectacular though I must admit and I will tech easy today trading laws because well, when opportunities can we talk him when they died? We sit back
Saving Face with Alice Wu
"Hi I'm Alice. Wu a filmmaker improviser an order muppet. And I have a film coming out on. May first and I also have to say that. This is the honest truth that I have friends. Who are excited about my film but who genuinely are far more excited that I'm on this podcast coming out so I have to say this is like a true moment for me. Oh I'm full. Lead the sweatiest. Because I think you sort of know this because I've like I've liked twitter deemed as much but your first film saving face is one of movies of all time like I saw it at came fifteen years ago and I don't know what was going on in your life at that time and I'm going to ask you But in my life at the time I I just do not remember seeing something that felt as like sweet and like truly around calm. But it's so specific you're taking place in world that is so detailed that it feels real Which is what the best round comes do right is that they take that heightened feeling of romance try to capture it in an hour and a half or whatever but give you a detailed enough world where it makes sense and I just like. I've loved your movie ever since and it's it just alike actually changed my life. Your movie actually change my life so I just feel like wow clearly honored to speak to you. Do you mind my asking like a specific like when you say it changed Your Life I. I'm so honored like incredibly and also that movies much bigger than me. We can talk about that later in the reason. Why is exactly what you just said which is like I wrote this very specific experience but I had no idea I mean first of all who the hell thought that movie was going to get made right like fifteen years ago and when it did I honestly think again. It's much bigger than me. Not only because of all the amazing people who came together to make it but because of people like you and the other day someone from my high school who's seventeen years old wanted to interview me for my Highschool newspaper and she just discovered the movie and like her experiences. And what it meant. Make me feel really humbled so so yeah if you don't mind I'd love to hear what specifically you took from it. Yeah I'd love to tell you We'll there's a couple of things first of all. This is just like random specificity. My sister is a dancer. So one of the main characters a dancer. I don't know why like that was a great entry point for me because obviously also bought a Chinese American community in so like there was the learning about some culture. Specificity there was outside of my understanding. Plus the overlap with something that I know really well so that's just one thing that I'll say. Another part of it is the mom and daughter relationship in that film. You know I was at the time fifteen years ago. Let's see how long I been. I would've been twenty three and I was in a stage in my life where I was having really complicated experience with my parents and what I loved about or think what happened to me. Watching watching saving face was that it. It isn't a it just felt very real. It felt like a complicated real chop parent child relationship because the apparent parent is flawed. The child is not perfect. A potentially a workaholic than the mom is feeling useless in some ways because she's been separated from her community and so it just felt like I duNno. I felt a lot of I felt a lot of commonality with the characters and it also gave me something to look forward to like that. Maybe I would be able to get a relationship with my parents back and that it it could be then. The MOM also has a relationship with her parents so you see the way that generations are trying to deal with able being more true to their identity is really affected me at the kissing is cute and there's chemistry between the two main characters. Then that's him. That's a sweaty early review. Yes what do you think that? Like the best review ever I. I actually am really Touched that you could speak so sort of honestly in articulately and just like it was so emotional to- smart and end as a why I love that So now I'm articulate because I'm so moved by what you said and why I ask this because I think is a any probably any artist but certainly for me as a filmmaker in there's that moment when you're alone and you're writing and I think in that moment the thing I try to do is right. The thing that feels most emotionally honest to me And I generally believe that the more specific you are the more universal things become and that has to do with. I mean just as a as a filmmaker I fundamentally believes that were far more similar than we are different and that most people we pretty much want the same things we we want a chance to love and all the various ways we can we WANNA belong And we probably all want some sort of sense that we have a purpose in our lives right. I I don't think that really changes so much no matter whether you are gay or ear by or you're black or Asian it and given that And I guess for me. It was just a theory I had but a prove true when this film I very much wrote for my mom. I wrote it as a my mom going through a hard time. She had a very hard time with my coming out as gay. I came out my senior college and it was very difficult for her for many years. And I wrote this film in my late twenties Right around twenty seven twenty eight bright when the main character like at the main characters age and the goal for me was I was working through trying to tell my mom that it wasn't too late and her life To find love right and so as I'm writing this it's so funny because the whole time making this film. I think I'm writing it for my mom but I think it's that thing where once the film was made and it came out. I realized I'm far more selfish than that. Like a about me right. It's like I wrote it for my mom but when I watch it I realized Oh this is really about someone who desperately wants to be able to have romantic love and have her family and as Queer people we rarely get to see images of sometimes having either frankly but certainly not having both in a way that feels honest. You know it often feels either. It feels like we're watching like a ferret total fairy tale where nothing feels real or. It feels very
Design Strategies to Rework Your Spaces While Staying Home
"I mean a dive into six different questions to ask yourself in kind of give you tips. Along the way of some things you can implement and just ways to think about your spaces when you are kind of trying to rework them. Amidst the chaos. Okay so the first question I want you to ask yourself about your house is where are you spending most of your time? Is it in your bed. Is it on? Your couch is at the kitchen table. The kitchen bar. Where do you find yourself spending the most time as your home? So let's talk about why. This is the place to start when I did the episode all about like my design process start to finish. We talked about like how you WanNa start in your most used areas like the faces that you are in the most and then you want to focus on creating functionality for the activities that you're doing most in that space so this is a great strategy for design in general because if you have just a little bit of time to focus on your house or you only have a little bit of money to spend the things you do. The most are the areas you want to focus on and work on optimizing those first so in terms of our situation right now where you're spending most of your time once you've identified that place. I want you to ask yourself. Is there something that you could add or subtract from this space to make it function better so just to give you an example? I found myself using the chair in my master bedroom. More than I've ever sat in it ever like I'm there every day and the funny thing about this is it is the chair and what I mean by this is it is the police to pile things when they are in purgatory. Like CLOTHING IS NOT CLEAN. But it's not dirty. Welcome to the chair. It just pile things up in this chair because it's not dirty enough where I'm going to put it in the hamper but it's not clean enough or I'm going to hang up so I'm just GonNa put it on this chair and maybe where it within the next week or so but anyway. After I showed make chaotic house to Allah view on instagram stories then proceeded to actually clean my master bedroom because it was one of the spaces giving me the most anxiety. I found myself in bed watching like youtube fitness videos every day and so I realized like this space was stressing me out and was not a place I could wind down or relax so a cleaner room cannot say the same for all the other areas of the house but once I had it clean and this chair was cleared off. Now I'm finding myself sitting in it all the time like whenever I do editing on instagram stories or a photo or I'm texting people or I'm calling people or face timing to like stay connected. I find myself sitting in this chair because it's by a really pretty window with natural light. It's very comfortable. It's very lounge and since I've started using it I'm realizing like there's some things I could do to make it better like it. Needs a side table needs a lamp. It needs a probably a cosy blanket. So what is your version of this in your house? What's the space you've been using more? Maybe that you didn't expect to be using or maybe that just you're finding yourself there all the time and what is something. You can add whether side table lamp blanket. Whatever it is or subtract you know what's in the way what is there that doesn't need to be there. That's kind of like hindering. The space from being fully functional. What can you add or subtract to make the space work better for you okay? Question number two is what areas of Your House? Feel underused or overlooked. So what areas are you not spending time in or maybe even like avoiding altogether so I want you to like identify that area or maybe multiple areas. And Ask Yourself. Why are you not spending time in the spaces? Maybe they feel in drab. Maybe there a drop zone. That doesn't have a clear function. Or maybe they're just a source of stress like something you just want to close the door on a nor and pretend not there so once you've identified that space and maybe kind of explored. Why you're avoiding it. Let's ask ourselves. How could you transform these spaces to make them work better for you? So both practical function and decor like aesthetics maybe practical means like you need more storage and organization. You need some things to leave the space you need to add shelves or add baskets or find a way to make it functionally work better and then decor obviously we can't just like roam around homegoods in via everything we want so shop. Your House first things first maybe find some pieces. That aren't being used or aren't really in the space. You like them to be and try to use what you have first and then you could also dive into some inexpensive. Diy PROJECTS FOR INFO. I know there's a ton of US. In the home and diy space influencers bloggers that are creating content around projects. That use what you already have at home Encouraging you guys to make it home in dive into projects with what you have but you can also check pinterest for really simple. Diy's that are quick. But really release. Sheikh I know that me and seven of my friends have a Hashtag called one hour. Diy where we really focus on those types of projects. That are just quick. Easy Look Gorgeous. Don't require a lot of materials and are very simple to knock out so dive into some of those for instant. What could you make? And maybe like. Give yourself a creative outlet as you're redoing the space and make it cute. It doesn't have to just be organizing in cleaning and the not so fun stuff. It can be like making it work and making a cute and then there's that sense of pride and accomplishment when you transform the space that was such a source of stress. And now it's like pretty and beautiful and serves a purpose so that's kind of like strategy number two is find those areas that are underused overlooked in focus on making them work for you. Okay question number three to ask yourself about your spaces. Is where is clutter piling up so wherever there is areas? That are clearly. Just kind of accumulating clutter as the staying at home situation has gone on those areas. Likely need a good purge likely need things to obviously be put away organized but probably you need to get rid of stuff. If stuff is just accumulating in one certain spot maybe it's a situation of too much stuff and maybe you just need to make that space function better so my practical tip for this is to prep and Organiz your donations. Even if you can't drop them off now. Some donation based organizations are still accepting donations But some aren't because they've been forced to close required to close so I know goodwill at least has goodwill dot org slash locator and you can find your closest store in Colorado and to see if they're accepting drop-offs I think some of them are doing like contactless drop-offs. Some of them were totally closed. So make sure you like call a header plan ahead but even if you can't drop stuff off even if you're really working on staying home in your in an area that's been hit really hard you can still prep an organiser donations and put them in a pile in your where all you have to do is put those boxes in your car and take them. If you're like me. You might have been doing this already as you prepare your donations like I'm going to donate this box to goodwill I wanNA drive around with it in the back of my car for four months so if that's a habit than this maybe isn't even new to you that you can't or won't donate right away but identify those areas where they seem to be more cluttered than usual and seems to be like your drop zones you're hot zones for clutter to just accumulate number. Four is what are you struggling to keep clean so whether this means like messy mess doing dishes or areas where you're struggling to kind of sort through that stuff. These areas need systems for moving things along in organization so often when you're struggling to keep something clean it's because you haven't really developed a sustainable process that fits in your lifestyle where you can quickly and easily get through these areas of mess. I know we talked a lot about this with becky. The Clean Mama on episodes like twenty seven twenty eight just about like the approach. Where if you have a process that you can quickly and easily chip away at stuff every day. It's going to make it a lot easier to keep things clean versus letting things pile up so if there's areas that you're struggling to keep clean your strategy is that you're going to rethink how your system works for cleaning this area. Maybe you need to streamline it maybe you need to. I don't know just make things easier. Make your cleaning supplies. More accessible add additional organization. So it's very clear where things go versus just Having to organize on the fly and try to make it make sense so between decluttering things and then kind of rethinking your process that fits in your life. This can really help you get on
11 Trivia Questions on Back to the Future
"What are we doing today? She goes. What do you think we're doing? We're going to be in the house just hanging out coming up with projects for the kids watching stuff on TV and walking from room to room looking around walking out of that room. Go into the next room she goes. We're we're doing that. It's the that's the whole thing so I hope you are finding ways to switch up your routine because I need to get out of. The House is Weird in California. Because it's very cloudy and kind of colder and It was nice for a couple of days. I did some hikes. That was cool. I felt like everything was normal to degree But when it gets kind of cold and dreary it's it's really hard to get motivated to do stuff I keep talking about this Trivia Book that I WanNa right and I should have the thing done by now I only have about. I think eleven or twelve stories out of about fifty stories that I wanNa tell in this book written down and I could easily if I just focused on it. Get the entire thing done which I wanted to do over like the next nine months. I could do it in one month so I really need to jump start myself and right the rest of this book if you're interested in what it's about it's going to be kind of a trivia memoir where I talk about hosting Trivia very interesting scenarios and then I tell a story and Then there's a little quiz based on stuff that happened in the story afterwards so for example one time. I met Harrison Ford Trivia Party. I tell that story and then I have a quiz on Harrison Ford related stuff and then some Harrison Ford inspired trivia team names in different things like that so it's kind of like a travel book. It'd be a bookie by it like an airport and be like. Oh this'll be cool for the plane ride. I could do some trivia. I read some stories from this guy. And hopefully it's a ton of fun and I tell some shark NATO stories in there Some different celebrity encounters. I'm trying to break up the book into different sections. So it's like celebrity encounters a family type stories like growing up family based Trivia Steph Different travelling to different cities so like Tennessee Chattanooga Related Trivia so. I tell a story about doing this show there and then go into Trivia about it etc etc. But I think it'll be cool. It'll be about ten sections of probably five stories on each section each and there should be at least five hundred. Trivia questions in there for you guys to play along with two and hopefully this is pretty cool little calling card for me to give people as an e book or to sign copies of a physical book and get out there and do a little. Bit Of Book Touring. So that'll be something for two thousand. Twenty one. Hopefully hopefully the world is put back together by that and I can make that happen but if you're interested in the progress of that I might launch a website pretty soon for all things related to the book. I have no idea what the title of this thing's going to be but I think it will be a fun little project so be on lookout for that and be on the lookout for eleven questions on back to the future which are going to start right. Now we're GONNA jump into these questions about the movie that people love about time travel and we're going to do that right now here. We go all right guys. Here's question number one for back to the future question number one which song is playing as Marty enters a cafe eighty s in part to number one which song is playing as Mardi enters the cafe eighties in part to question number one question number two for back to the future at the very beginning of the trilogy. What time did MARDI leave? Doc's lab was at seven. Twenty Eight Fifteen or eight twenty five number two multiple choice question. Winded Mardi leave. Doc's lab twenty eight fifteen or eight twenty five question number three. What Song Mardi and his band play for the dance? Auditions number three. What Song did Mardi and his band play for the dance? Auditions number three wash number four. At the beginning of first movie you see Lorraine drinking liquor kind of booze is she drinking number four lorraine drinks at the start of the first movie. What is she drinking? Question Number Five. From whom did dock obtain the plutonium he needed to use the time machine number five? From whom did obtain the plutonium he needed to use the time machine back to the future number five question number six. What does doc call his dog in? Nineteen fifty-five what is docs? Dog's name in one thousand nine hundred fifty five question number seven. How many kids do Jennifer and Marty have number seven? How many kids do Jennifer and Marty have questionable eight in back to the future? To what brand is the hover board that Mardi uses to evade griff and his gang number eight in back to the future. To what brand is the Hover Board? That Mardi uses to evade Griffin and his gang number eight question number nine in part one when Marty and his one thousand nine hundred five family. Sit Down for dinner. What did George his father pour into a bowl number nine in part one when Mardian is nine hundred eighty five family? Sit Down for dinner. What did George his father pour into his bowl and number ten. What is the name of the dance slash theme that George? Lorraine attend in Nineteen fifty five. What is the theme of that? Dance or the name of the dance number ten and your two point bonus question for back to the future. Trivia for two points. What was the name of Marty's band? What was the name of Marty's band? Those are all your questions for. Be Seeing. T. F. T. that's back to the future Trivia. We'll be right back in just a second with the answers. Were going back in time with the answers to back to the future Trivia. Here they are number. One which song is playing as Mardi enters the cafe eighties in part to its beat it by Michael Jackson beat it by Michael Jackson number. Two at the very beginning of the trilogy. What time did MARDI leave? Doc's lab was at seven twenty. Now was at eight fifteen now. It was eight twenty five eight twenty five on the clock when Marty leaves. Docs number two number three. What Song did Marty and his band play for the dance auditions? That was power of love. Power of love. And he got Huey Lewis. There is one of the judges who says it's too loud or too to something I think he says it's too loud number. Three power of love number four at the beginning of the first movie you see Lorraine drinking liquor. What kind is she drinking? She's drinking vodka number. Not Unlike my wife likes a nice vodka seven up every once in a while number five from whom did dock obtain the plutonium he needed to use the time machine the Libyans number five the Libyans. They have that showdown in the mall. Parking lot number six. What does doc call his dog in? Nineteen fifty five Copernicus Copernicus number six number seven how many kids do Jennifer and Marty have two children two children number eight and back to the future to what is the brand of Hover Board. Mardi uses to evade Griffin. His Gang Mattel Hover Board. They probably paid big bucks for that. Mattel number nine in part one when Martin is one thousand nine hundred five family sit down for dinner George mic fly pours peanut brittle those big clusters of Peanut Brittle into a bowl number ten. What is the name of the dance? Theme for George and Lorraine that they attend in Nineteen fifty-five enchantment under the sea in Chapman under the sea and number eleven for two points. What is the name of Marty's band? They are called the pinheads. The pinheads great. If you'll like bowling and you have the guy's a quick quiz on back to the future. I hope you had fun playing along with that episode. We've got one more question for you. In the form of the question of the day and the question today is who did the voice of Darth vader. If you know the answer tweet me your answer at Ryan buds or email Ryan buds gmail.com to be eligible for a prize.
White Sox Extend Yoan Moncada
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Every Team's Top Potential Free-Agent Targets After 2019 NBA Draft
"You about to be immersed in woke bombs, because it is that time of the year. Our NBA insider, everyone else joins us. Whoa. Just before we get into free agency, which is going to be interesting. We are now what twelve hours removed from the draft. Your initial takes who won who lost? Well, I thought the two teams who made the most significant trade last night. New Orleans, and Atlanta, both fared very well maximize the assets that they had Atlanta moving up into number four. To get. The hunter from Virginia. Maybe most versatile forward in this draft the best defensive player player doesn't need the ball in his hands. They've got a lot of scoring on Atlanta team. And then Cam, reddish, who is probably a top three or four talent taking a little bit of a flyer on him at ten and then New Orleans, you know, their ability to keep expanding this Anthony Davis trade. They got Jackson Hayes at center beyond Ziya Williamson David Griffin, thanks, that's going to give them in the long term. Maybe the most athletic front court in the league pick up another first round pick. And now also have nearly thirty million dollars in salary cap space to go out and free agency. And some veterans to this team that could make it conceivable that, that the pelicans could make the playoffs in their first year without Anthony Davis. And usually when you trade a player of that, caliber. From a small market, you're going into a full rebuild. But I think the winning the lottery being able to get Zion Williamson has a lot of David Griffin to go and just the opposite direction. And they're set up really well in New Orleans, talking about teams on the way up in there seems kind of scratching our heads about that would be the Celtics. What what's going on there? Well, listen, they're preparing to lose career being Al Horford in free agency. They've got in the neighborhood of twenty six twenty seven twenty eight million dollars in cap space, they could use that to go after Senator to replace Al Horford. Nicola Busa vich in Orlando's a free agent. The Lakers have interest there if they can get the cap space for him if they want to put all in one player, but which is at priority in Orlando. You know, there's I think there's motivation on both sides to get a deal done. But if they weren't able to, you know, Boston's and position to swoop in there and try to make a deal with vich Boston still has some really good young players. Now they go from team that thought they were ready to compete for championships to a team now built around Jason Tatum. Jalen Brown Gordon Hayward who still on the right side of thirty years old, and who probably will have a much better season this year than last. But they've got to address that point guard position in Boston. They obviously have taken a step back if both of those players are gone free agency and that's and that's how they feel. That's how it appears right now talking to Adrian ward NASCAR ESPN NBA insider on the show Pennzoil performance line. And something we had Brian win horse on earlier. We're talking a little bit about as teams you mentioned move things around or creating cap space right now. The idea that the seventy Sixers with some available cap space could potentially take shot or try and get a meeting with Kawhi Leonard coming up in free agency. Tell us what you think about the viability of that. Oh, I think they'll get a meeting. I mean listen getting a meeting and being a serious contender for free agent are two different things and very often the relationships in place that will allow a team to get a meeting I thought all along Philadelphia would probably get a meeting for Leonard. I think the Knicks will also get a meeting with Leonard, but the front runners are still Toronto and the clippers. But. Players and their representatives will meet often sometimes as a courtesy with other teams but their focus in Philadelphia is keeping their own. And that's Jimmy Butler Tobias Harris and JJ Rettig. He's an important part of that group too, and he's coming off an outstanding season. It's going to be expensive to keep that team together. They knew that when they made the trades for Harris and for Butler, but their priorities to keep them and also find a way to keep there. You know, I think they may get a meeting with Leonard, but I don't think they're going to be a physician to sign them or insider, eighty ask is with us right now. Whoa. What, what are we hearing? The latest on the, the possibility that there might be a sign and trade deal that keeps Kevin Durant in Golden State, while he's rehabbing. So he gets his money, and then they'll be able to get something for money moves on trade. I don't know anything about that. I think the focus and Golden State right now is to try to sign Kevin Durant to keep Kevin Durant in with the warriors. They're going to offer him a five-year max contract, just as they were before the Killys injury. You know all the options that were there for Kevin Durant before that injury are still there. All the teams that were recruiting him that we're willing to essentially offer them the full scholarship, nobody's pulling back on the book or the meal plan, he's getting full scholarship from everybody. Maximum. Allowable for years with another team five years with the warriors, and they're determined to try to keep him keep Klay Thompson. Great analogy, by the way. As far as actual galleys of free agent when you can actually talk and deal with players. Forgetting that how much of the race is going on right now in the timing issues of these teams talking back door to try and get these things done. Now I mean we live in the real world, Mike and free agency started weeks ago just did. And so it's ongoing. You cannot keep people from talking, there are different philosophies out there. There are different styles going at it. I'm not saying every team is out every free agent is out, literally to go shitting numbers. But are there, some yes there are, and that's always been the case? But I think because of how many teams have so much you have over ten I think ten eleven teams with over twenty million dollars in space and teams who could go get it with one trade. Or waving a player who's got a partial guarantee. So there's lots of moving parts in this free agency teams don't want to be left behind. but you could also you can talk to your own player all the way through boston was able to talk about extension with al horford and it didn't look like they were not close on the numbers and that's why horford is headed in the free agency he feels they have some confidence there's a much bigger offer or offers out there for
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Fedex, Nike And Europe discussed on This Morning With Gordon Deal
"The market stock market overall is lowered today giving back the gains of yesterday and even a little bit more as there's a slowdown or these fears of a slowdown in global growth. We're seeing it manufacturing in this country. In in some of the economic numbers coming out of Europe. And we're also hearing it from companies as they report their earnings companies like FedEx made it very clear they see a slowdown and even Nike last night. So negative day today on Wall Street here are the real time numbers down to eighty three at twenty five six seventy nine NASDAQ down one ten at seventy seven twenty eight the s&p down thirty two gold up three at thirteen ten ounce and our ten year bond yield all the way down to two point four four
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"Seven twenty eight K dawn, the talk of Las Vegas. Doesn't always. Welcome back. More of a speed Sanchez show. All right. Welcome back to the program. Steve Sanchez Sunday night. One eight seven seven forty nine. Steve is how you waited conversation. My wife, and I just got back from Vegas took her out to see George strait at the T mobile arena for her birthday. And I'll tell you there are some strange lights. I kid you not going on out there in the direction of area fifty one and that that that direction because I was over there in the red rock area. And I'll tell you something. I don't believe in aliens, you know, where I stand. I just believe there is some creepy government stuff going on almost like the show manifest on NBC. I don't know if you've seen the shelves phenomenal show. Something's going on. What's going on in Vegas? I need to know for my Vegas. Peeps. Did you see the lights that I'm talking about over the last couple days weird weird lights? I called some of my friends in local TV media. And they said, yeah, we're getting some reports on some stuff too. But no one went to the TV to say there was anything going on. I've heard through the grapevine many a times that there's a plane that leaves McCarron airport every single day with people, and I've heard that they're blindfolded. I don't know if that's accurate or not blindfolded the go-to area fifty one they work there. And then they come back blindfolded every single day creepy stuff. I'd really like to know what if the president does I wonder if there's this book of secrets that they always say that the Rhys always curious about that stuff. Very interesting to me. Right. Let's go back to our busy calls. Michael in Seattle. Your next welcome to the program. Hey, thanks for taking my call. Absolutely. I enjoy the salary decided couple months back. That I can catch every other. Well, I'm glad I appreciate it, man. Thank you. What's on your mind tonight, buddy? I think. I trust because I look at his track record. I look at what is the interview the other day? And he's. Hundred and fifteen miles of wall with cash on hand. He's like a business every time. He he they met you. Urgency to rhino. Cisco. Like Rubio there. Clogs elsewhere. I mean, they're prepared to state of emergency funds. Elsewhere. Twenty two. Hello. The guys on. Yeah. She's got. Anything out of her ninety two percent of his face. One. Emergency absolutely. Elsewhere so council winter it'll be a one term guys. Well. Culture. I got nothing else on the Bill Maher Trump under the boss. She is she's a goal, Michael. I'll tell you that. She's a goal. I agree with you. And I appreciate you weighing in on the conversation, buddy. I gotta balance them up on a short segment, but thanks for the call. Thanks for finding the show. But I'm with you. I'm sticking with Trump and the truth of the matter is is that. I just know if he doesn't build the wall doesn't declare the national state of emergency. It's going to be pretty hard to stick around. But Michael, I'm with you. I believe he's going to do it. I hope he does it that night of the state of the union this half hour being brought to you by our friends over at the Davis miles law group, US news and World Report names them one of the top five firms in America. There's a reason for that for about God family and country everything this audience believes in early most of this audience, but how about if I was to tell you. There are eight things you need to know to put a legal fence around everything that you own to keep big brother out of your stuff..
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"O one five FM seven twenty eight K, Don, not talk Las Vegas. Welcome back. Shapiro. I win in studio guest. We have a fun lineup of guests. We get to that a little bit later in the show talking about Donald Trump and this transgender issue at the ban on the military should also point out that Trump said yesterday that there's less than a fifty fifty percent chance that congressional negotiators charged with solving the partisan impasse overs. Demand for a wall along the US Mexico border will reach a compromise. That's not good. When Donald Trump says there is less than a fifty fifty chance that leads me to believe we are going to have another government shutdown. Also in other news by this guy's unbelievable. Stephen Miller, apparently one person in the Trump administration saying that Miller said quote, I would be happy if not a single refugee set foot ever in this country on American soil that is according to someone in the White House who said Stephen Miller said that I believe that one hundred percent. So the hate just continues in the White House. Let's go to Jeff in the number to call by the way to five seven five three nine six. Jeff. Thanks for waiting patiently on hold. How are you? I go back to this comington issue for just a quick second. Absolutely go for it. I listen to a couple of days ago in that first broke. And I think he really kinda overplayed your hand with you know, sort of trying to be even-handed is it clearly like don't know if you know, Andrew Sullivan. Here's he writes for the New Yorker article, he wrote, no. You know, who he is? I don't, but I guess it'd be probably better. If you could tell me what I was wrong. He's he's he's a he's a definitely a left leaning guy. But I think it's a very even-handed piece. But the point is is that these this group of kids didn't bring these mega hat students rallied. They bought them anywhere. Standing in that group waiting for the bus picked him up. So it's not like they were sort of supposed to be there to get a ride home. It was really the so-called black. Hebrew, Israelites that instigated this.
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"FM seven twenty eight K, Don, the talk of Las Vegas. What's really happening today is not what is being reported by the media now, it was fifty to forty seven in the Senate on the president's plan guys. Like, Mike Lee, Tom cotton, and a few others didn't like the Republican plan, which they just want a straight money and offering other nothing on the other side in terms of the extension of it is not amnesty was never done to the meant to be that what's really going on though is there are now groups both in the house, and the Senate of Democrats and Republicans behind the scenes that are putting together competing plans and also coordinating back and forth with each other. That will get the president the five billion dollars that he wants for border security and their close the need a few more votes. I think for the discharge petition in the house, which would be worthwhile. Kevin McCarthy saying to me last night that they would have a discharge position also on a number of issues. So it's just going to be one of those long Washington back and forth processes that most people don't really care a whole heck of a lot about. But it doesn't matter. Here's what is the president is not going to give up on funding. The wall. The president is not going. You know, when you believe in something, and it's life and death and its safety and security, and you believe it's your sworn duty. This is what I thought we always said we wanted in politicians, you know, the night the Ted Cruz filibustered remember that night or the time that ram Paul filibustered, I'm cheering. It's like finally somebody is fighting and standing up for the promises that they made those my biggest criticism of Republicans over health care the house had sixty five votes when Obama was president repeal and replace and they get a president that actually would repeal and replace it number one. They weren't ready with health care cooperatives and health savings accounts and things that we've discussed and great ideas for twenty years. And then Secondly, a bunch of Republicans they became afraid. That's not what we need and people in Washington. White term limits are good you go there. You do the right thing. You come home and go back to your regular job..
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Cowboys' Allen Hurns sustains severe lower leg injury
"To look at all of his mistakes, he's going to play better. I mean, there's a benefit of the doubt that I can give Philip rivers not the brand of the chargers because we're used to them choking. But a veteran quarterback Philip rivers has played. I think he's gonna come in and have sort of an electrifying second opportunity. Plus, this is a chargers team that found a way to win in Pittsburgh win in Kansas City. I don't see any reason why they should be intimidated about it at the concept of winning in Baltimore that is Jason Fitz host to Spain and fits, and I agree. One hundred percent. My my feeling is the chargers are going to be the first team to see Lamar Jackson twice. I think that's really significant. I think the way that they were able to box him in. Now, he had one great throw. And then he ran for a first down in the soccer stadium in San Diego. So I'm not saying at all Nick cattles that they contained Lamar Jackson, but they did not allow him to run all over. For them. I will extend the point of Jason Fitz and rivers and and how he's expecting him to play. Well, and especially he thinks he can get by on the road. And he brought up the Kansas City game in Pittsburgh game. Let's all realize this that when LA gets off a plane there eight zero this year when they board a plane to play a football game. They're eight and zero in Philip rivers. His QBR is actually better on the road than it is in L A. And I think that is absolutely. Because of that crowd in L A, if you've seen the pictures on Twitter and everything they have about half the crowd full of chargers fans that place has overtaken by visiting teams. It's so bad that the Oakland Raiders when they played the Oakland Raiders that weekend in LA at home. They actually had a pipe in fake sound during practice to get their players ready for a home game for the noise that the raiders fans would make. So I think the chargers on the road that's not going to bother them. And I think Baltimore's issue. I. I agree with your Jackson point. And I'll also say this. They are awful in the red zone. Twentieth. On offense twenty-fourth on defense if they're not better in the red zone. Tomorrow. Chargers went all right came night, ESPN radio and the ESPN app. I I don't mean to belabor this point in Dallas Cowboys are up three nothing. Seven twenty eight to go in the first Allen Hearns broke his leg on a reception. And this has been going on what what boys for probably at least five minutes. Now, the Dallas Cowboys are standing around the field watching all of this unfold. And you can see Dak Prescott Colby's Lee. The defense. All of these guys are standing there staring at this. Jason Garrett is kneeling down holding his hand while they administer care to him. I'm not trying to be heartless. But that's about the last thing that I think they should be doing. I think this Hearns injury is going to be a big big impact. And maybe it's good in it motivates them. But I don't feel good about the fact that all of the Cowboys are standing there watching. Hearns crying that seems that. And I'm not trying to be a jerk. I know that sounds heartless, Nick. But it seems like this is going to impact them emotionally looked shook. And I don't know if he's going to stay, but he looks shook he looked wide eyed. I will say this. I remember going back to last basketball season first game of the year, and the Celtics and Hayward went down with that gruesome gruesome injury looks somewhat similar to what Hearns is dealing with right now. And a lot of people wondered how the Celtics would react, and they actually fought back, and they used it as motivation, and it drove them the play better. I don't know what's going to happen with the Cowboys. This is one of those things when you don't know how a team is going to react because they could react either way. They could be as I said shook like back in that. Yeah. And then the game is pretty much done after that. Or they could be motivated. We'll find out three nothing. Cowboys over the Seahawks. Seven twenty eight to go in the first game. Allen Hearns has suffered a significant leg injury. They are actually at this moment rolling him off the field on a on a vehicle. So a tough situation in Dallas. Let's come back. We'll recap what happened in Houston. The colts are moving on to Kansas City. We have twenty one to seven win over the Texans. But can the colts challenge the chiefs next weekend? And which teams playing this week have the best chance of making a deep run through the playoffs. That's next on game night, ESPN radio and the ESPN app. Hey, y'all
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"One five FM seven twenty eight K, Don talk of Las Vegas one Sean toll free telephone number. You wanna be a part of this extravaganza. Now, this is what are these things everything? The Democrats are doing is not they don't have the Jews and the power to go anywhere. Now, if the president decides that because of national security, and this just crossed the wires because the president just said it is recent press conference, and I think the president is right about this. He is now considering declaring a national emergency to build a border border wall. I can do it if I want he said during the press conference in the rose garden, we can call a national emergency do very quickly that point. I would believe that makes the military defense budget money available. But think about it. It is a national security issue. Ninety percent of the heroin coming into America. And you know, what's happening with the opioid crisis. These kids are getting addicted and even older people the vicodin and Percocet knocks he cotton. And then they can't afford eighty dollars a pill on the street if they can't get a doctor to prescribe it for them. And then they're you know, they seek other forms to fill their addiction, and they're getting ten dollars bags a heroin that are often lace with Fenton hall, and that results in a death sentence for you know, over one hundred thousand Americans every year. That's why this is a national security epidemic. Resolution to the government shutdown after a White House meeting with the president and congressional leaders, including Senator Chuck Schumer told.
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LA Rams beat Minnesota Vikings 38-31
"In the man cave. One of the things that's being talked about is. What happened in the the Rams showdown against the Minnesota Vikings? And what in the world is going on? This is a hint as to what happened one of the world is going on with the Minta soda Vikings. They are not what they were billed to be. And I used to cover Mike Zimmer who's the coach of the Vikings really like him when he was a coordinator with the Dallas Cowboys and boy the Vikings go out they pay a fortune for Kirk cousins. And it's it's not working out quite the way they were hoping and part of the reason is because they ran into a hot ran ram team and Jared Goff here. Listen to this connection for golf. What? Goth throws over the middle. Touchdown. What ties franchise record? Touchdown pass of the cave haram style lead thirty seven twenty eight thirty seven twenty eight thanks to the Westwood One radio network for that it was the Rams over the Vikings thirty eight thirty one and the end Jared Goff who was the young quarterback for the Rams twenty six of thirty three four hundred sixty five yards and five TD's Todd Gurley. Seventeen carries eighty three yards. So the Rams are perfect. Therefore, no three no at home in front of the home
Courtney Donohoe, PepsiCo and Vince Lombardi Bharti discussed on Kentuckiana's Morning News
"Whenever I get out there you're not trying, to provide a. Spark. Right now my live my. Reps are kind of limited just because I'm coming, off the injury. But I'm still, trying to be in it for the team. Everybody, else is getting those risks What I'm trying, to do Louisville opens the seasons September the first. Against Alabama, the NFL inducted its new hall of famers over the weekend on Saturday, night actually were the ceremonies Jerry Kramer with a message to. His longtime famous coach Vince Lombardi Bharti to sum it all up after the game is over stadium lights are out parking lots empty your back in. The quiet of your room. Championship ring is on, the dresser the only thing, left at this, time is for you to lead a life of quality and excellence and make this whole world a little bit better place because you were. In it Hall of fame ceremony goals long long time Think Some of the speeches went over half, hour her Ray, Lewis at least thirty minutes of no. Longer so, yeah seven twenty. Eight thank you. Fall it's two minutes app from headlines with will Clark we've, got am I right now about money on Wall Street citizen, Julie Mangan bird money. Update here's Courtney. Donohoe good, morning Tony, China let it be known that it's in the trade war for the long haul explaining in an editorial published in state media that it does not fear sacrificing short-term economic. Interests the comments came in response to President Trump's tweet that he has the upper. Hand we are seeing futures just a pinch higher this, morning Changes at the top of PepsiCo Indra new Ye is stepping down. As chief executive. Officer of the food and beverage giant handing, the reins to a top Lieutenant she will leave the. Role in, October and remained. Chairman until early. Twenty nineteen Ramon Laguerta will be just a six CEO in, the fifty three year history of the company is currently president, of PepsiCo US antitrust. Regulators could kill. A forty, two, billion, dollar deal to create the world's largest industrial gas producer the Federal Trade Commission indicates that a wants Germany's Linda and Praxair to some more assets before it can improve the. Deal the demands could prove to painful to make the deal worth while with the. NewsRadio eight forty WHAT Bloomberg money report I'm Courtney Donohoe Last year the Dow. Jones, industrial average was up just over. Twenty five percent everything.
WH: Trump's tweets about Mueller are his opinion, not directives
"No one five FM, seven twenty eight k. dawn the talk of, Las Vegas opinion not ordered. Put up or. Shut up I'm Mike moss a tweet storm. Of. Criticism about the Muller Russia investigation by President Trump is being. Met with charges of obstruction president tweeted attorney general Jeff Sessions should stop the Muller probe. Right now correspondent Jeff Zeleny special counsel is already looking into Trump's tweets as part of a potential obstruction of Justice probe yet it's an open question where presidential opinion ends and a presidential directive begin summer accusing the. President of trying, to obstruct but, his lawyer Rudy Giuliani says the president was offering only an opinion and wants. Muller to show his car we believe that the investigation should. Be brought to a close we.
Futures edge higher as tech stocks bounce
"Money matters Bochum bay RBM of Atlanta Mercedes-Benz sandy springs the high tech flop on Monday here's WSB money matters host Wes moss Scott not. Quite the start to the week bullish. Investors, were looking for on Monday the Dow open the week one hundred and forty five. Points around. A half a percent lower or the, tech heavy NASDAQ continued. To underperform down more than one percent yesterday the so-called thanks stocks that's. Facebook Amazon Netflix, and Google had been leading tech related shares lower following Facebook's poor earnings report last week. These are down another three, percent yesterday. But keep in mind these. Stocks as a group are still significantly higher for the? Year category Atlanta's morning news the witness to the terrible crash that killed three minute or south Fulton train crossing Monday WSB, news time is seven twenty eight this is my Geller Dego so when people ask me why so. Passionate about you it's is the looks on the couple's faces when they come into our showroom It's the teams in the eyes of the. Bride to be..
Best from NFL training camps 2018 - What you need to know
"Here's Paul Rogers buffalo bisons ended the Louisville bats nine game winning streak last night on the streak in six years buffalo scored four runs in the first two innings chipped away, but. Came up just short losing the game four to three. Did not take the reds long to figure out this wasn't going. To be their night to swing and a high, fly ball to right s. one as well hit urban back. Track wall and Carlos Santana. With a two. Ron hall Rhonda straightaway right and a big start for the, fills, tonight in Cincinnati three runs in the first, inning seven home runs by, the, time, it, was over Philadelphia blast of the Cincinnati Reds nine to. Four Suarez did, it a, home run for, Cincinnati that's, the fourth straight, game he's done that. But the reds have lost six of their last eight cubs trailed six to one rallied, with a three run ninth inning and, beat Arizona seven six Chicago lease by two and a half games over the brewers, who? Also rallied late they scored five runs the last two innings. Tweet San Francisco. To five the as stay. Red hot they. Finished up a four-game sweep, with, a seven six win at Texas it's a six. Game winning streak. Overall for Oakland who was gone twenty seven and seven the, best record during that span. Of time over, the last month or so well the NFL training camps are opening up all around and the Heisman Trophy winner and number one pick Baker Mayfield signed up and is anxious to get going in s Cleveland I'm a teen I guy I won't go into details. About. The contract or anything like that but I wanted to. Be here I'll just say that that was first and foremost that. Was the main priority for me so Baker Mayfield, Cornell is the backup but says that's not as mindset he. Intends to be the starting. Quarterback at Cleveland. Will he be the guy who finally lasts a while as, a, quarterback at Cleveland right that has been the, death to they're no doubt, about, it I mean house I coach keep his job anyway I, still Cornell no. No no no no you Jackson That's right yeah. Yeah, he's, been, this, what. Is thirty Maybe. It went three. Games last year All right. Thank you seven twenty eight at NewsRadio eight forty w. h. a. s. Jason Nathanson it's going to break out the box office and more about. Seventeen minutes from ABC news in Hollywood so join us, for some entertainment news on the way but, first news about our money citizen. Man Bloomberg money update with Mark mills Ford shares yesterday dropped below ten dollars for the first time since two thousand twelve down six percent on the day to close, at nine eighty nine after Ford slashed its profit forecast for the year and warned it could spend as long as five years and eleven. Billion dollars in charges to fix it self Reuters reporting that Toyota plans to expand production and shrink. The cost of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles Twitter shares plunging seventeen percent in early trading after an earnings report. Showed a decline in monthly active users second quarter GDP figures due out at eight thirty Wall Street. Time this morning and President Trump predicts the data, will show that the economy is interests shape amid forecast that growth. Top four percent of the second quarter the fastest rate since Two thousand fourteen Amazon dot com reporting better than expected earnings in. The second quarter and forecast more of the same in the current period stock index futures indicating a. Mixed open on Wall Street while European shares are, rallying with the NewsRadio eight forty w. h. a..