23 Burst results for "Singletary"
"singletary" Discussed on The God and Gigs Show
"It's also it's almost personal development. Am i right it is. It is and that one of the things. I tend to do my crying. I'm i. I get a lot of new entrepreneurs. I like newbie because like birthing thing. And it's always a personal grow on because they hit blockade in their business or in their minds and they're like i know i've got it on my package year but someone a write off twenty five thousand. I've noticed like no. No no no no. No no no no. We're not gonna have a business that is always having negative because hobby of black businesses are hobby with a llc it Because they have been told right it all off right it all right. So it's about roy of to the place where no i don't need headcount for this because i want my tax returns show. I had a net profit two thousand dollars or property twenty dollars so when i get ready to go to the bank i gotta go get into of Job to buy this house. I don't have to go get a job with a w. two attached to to get my new car because my taxes show. I've got insisted traffic coming in my business. You see so it's about roy. Your inner may in to understand that. This is my enemy this something. I need a hot problem dodge. This is something to destroy me. This is something i can you. That's gonna benefit financially in getting invested in getting long in buying the and i don't mean going ryan and see this a lot of much or they will write it off the the negative and then one of the by how they go back to corporate right but you never have to go back to corporate because some of the things. You could have just eat that this year. Because i need to be able to approve my law in other community. I've found out side of our community. They do they they come to me. Hey make the numbers work. Because i need to buy the bmw. That tweet which means don't ride up of ucf. Yeah i'll eat it. So i can go into bmw where we come in and say. Give me a refund. We've got grow beyond warning a handout to wanting to be to lift their own self and knew that throughout taxes I see what we don't do. You know our own personal individual for one. So we'll say i got to go back the cork. I wanna do investment but you make a decent money that you can put down internet tax. You don't have to worry about a method taxes your money sitting there if you need it. They looking may not make your book the a refund back. But you're in a position where you need to go get the money. Somebody's gonna look at those returns and say yeah. We committed all because their lease paying the bill when they're also having money. Leftover is viable a viable business. Have a positive smarter and so you know. Those are the things that i've been. I'm want people. Who internally roby on is.
"singletary" Discussed on The God and Gigs Show
"Link in our description. Now let's get back to this fascinating talk with my friend samantha singletary. So if i was to come to you what would you say. If i come the at x. y. and z. You'd say oh they're getting. These are the things that show me that they are taking their planning financial stuff seriously as a business or as a creative one of the things is books having booked as an entrepreneur and business owner having books That is the biggest problem. I see is that they come into me with a shoebox or they come into me with numbers they wrote on a piece of paper and they think that's enough war on and or for the irs. Yet i love it. You bring me the bright because it keeps me employee and get together of that. But i don't like for you because you don't know what you may. You don't know what he's saying you know you don't think your profit young on your net profit so one of the first thing that always knew and have crimes committed the worst net profit and i usually here so i don't know i don't know and i go now but that all interest late fees and all that stuff we need to go back and look at your taxes One of the the second thing in look at your taxes with the reading done when you go to attack professional or you have an account it don't just say none in behind me pick them up and look at them make sure you're getting all the necessary deductions credits and expenses are in home credit. And all of that. Make sure all that in and you're getting all of that because when you you don't and you look at the news right. He's a look at donald trump high because his pack for professional way wrote off his war or in that which attack the vessel is that you may find out. You'll only had these little bit of expensive and we're moving so that's my second thing my third thing that i really When they come in to me is som- like that they don't have any knowledge. I look for. You have not because i get to spend time you educating you come to me with i know everything then. I'm just gonna do like a regular counting process you'll put you out the door which means you're probably bowling to lose some information. I may have because. I like to research where a lot of of my counterpart y'all they tell me all the time you're the only one is the bit both of the tax code in. Ram boo and look at president and cases. And all this stuff out and you can write off jiwei go. Yeah girl good. Yeah look i love the fact that you just said these therapy sessions for me. I tell all my business and only a couple of hundred thousand people may hear this one day But i had that same situation where i took a someone said oh. This is a real estate guy. Makes a lot of money and this is accounted over. He makes a lot of money..
"singletary" Discussed on The God and Gigs Show
"They're very great benefit to if we use the tax of correctly it can actually benefit businesses in our lives and so that's a mission is one of course our core values to educate And in our community And really we created because of creative you know has released the other great. Give me rat and i am. I love my children are created by is a rapper. Madogre draw and paint but other my goddaughter who off like you know my baby. She does You know making all in my youngest son is always ninety and creativity is all around all around you. Yeah so i. I am so blessed already because you put a whole another perspective on this that i never knew number one so everyone needs to save this episode. Write this down. And make sure you credit samantha singletary as giving you the enlightenment when it comes to what the history of taxation really is all about within the second part that really does strikes what you said about now. The government is simply getting the money from us whether it be creative business. Owners african americans whoever whatever category you're in if you're not taking that seriously literally you're giving away part of your life giving away part of your ownership on like you said when you died. Take you know state taxes and things like that. It's like you don't even have a say in that unless you've planned it and even when you're leaving earth you have to take care of these responsibilities to to the government and so what i really was going to go back to is asking you What is it that you look for in a business on. Let's go negative to the positive. What would be the thing that you wish people would do. That would say hey. They're getting it. this person. This creative is not just collecting receipts. Although i have apps and things like that i finally got might look. I'm the prodigal son right. Now tell you right now. I wanna knows that was a sixty percent. What was the quote. Sixty percent of san trouble. Yeah i'm i'm i'm in the wrong side of their percent. Okay so i got my. I'm getting my.
"singletary" Discussed on The God and Gigs Show
"Today is going help. You put a whole new perspective on the dreaded t. a. x. were taxes. I know that may seem like a dry subject. But not when you talk to samantha single. Which is the person that you're gonna hear from in just a couple of minutes. She is a business tax accounting and a highly sought after international speaker. She's the founder and ceo of talks tax group and several other businesses. That she runs but what. I really want you to understand that you're about to hear is a mindset shift from taking taxes as just something that's boring and you have to do and it takes money out of your pocket to something that you have control over because you have control over your business. I have never been more educated nor inspired by some of this talking about this subject than i was by samantha. She is incredibly engaging. You're gonna love every minute of this listening to her story and how she breaks everything down so make sure you definitely get ready to say this episode or get a pencil or a pad to write down some tips and notes. This is going to be one of those interviews. You're going to really shake your head. And say wow. I never thought of it like that before without any further delay. Here's my interview. with samantha. single singletary. Welcome to the gig. Show how are you..
"singletary" Discussed on How to Money
"So here's here's my strategy about talking about first of all it is. There is no such thing as good debt and bad debt. Because we're we screaming additives to something that nobody likes. I mean you you use debt to get somethings that you want like a home. But you don't like it you don't feel good about it. You know when you write that. Check you skipping through the bit that i have to pay this interest on this money. Isn't this glorious. Now you know and on the other side you know bad debt. What is that. it's still just debt. And i try to get people to think about it in a sense of debt. Limit your choices particularly during a crisis. Let's just look at the pandemic and landlords for example. And so i tell you. I talked to a landlord from north carolina. Sweet guy. I did a column on it. And he is a has multiple properties small Not some big conglomerate. But he said that. I told myself that. I wanted property. And that i was gonna make extra payments so that iky pay the properties off as quick as possible so that in the times of trouble. I don't have to press my tenants because they're all good people. He chooses tenants wisely and he said when they are at their lowest. I don't wanna be that. Landlord says get out and he was able to give his tenants breathing. Room at the height of the pandemic Because he didn't have loans on those properties and lots of landlords have properties that they need every dollar of that rent or they're going to go under pretty quickly and and that's that's not a wise use of jet so i just try to get people to get out of debt so that dan win. That next crisis happens at it. Will you as a landlord can be more magnanimous to your tenants. Because you don't have to worry about the mortgage you have to pay then that's not to say that you you you may not be there yet but i hope that you as you strive to be there so that you don't have all that financial pressure you have breathing room so that you can be humane during a time. That was inhumane man. Michelle your generosity of spirit is just come through in this conversation. It's been an absolute pleasure to chat with you so much wisdom and so much humor so thank you so much for joining us. We're working our listeners. Find out more about you and in your new book. Well first of all. I love you. Follow me on twitter. it's at singletary m. that's the platform. I like the most sign up for the washington post and get my columns and newsletter. I have a weekly personal finance newsletter ecorse. There's the book where you can get it all major bookstores independent bookstores. And hey.
"singletary" Discussed on How to Money
"Back and we're talking with michelle singletary We're talking about crisis proofing finances and michelle managing our money. Well that's one of the steps that we can take to avoid getting into a financial crisis to begin with right and budgets. They're an important tool. And you say in your book that if you like being broke the don't budget. Yeah so it's really important. Something out to us You don't give a whole lot of credence to the different budgeting apps like going with the latest new software. This new program. Why is that. Can you explain that santorum listeners. You know people always asking me okay. So what action us to management. Many and i just got my pens on paper. That's what i use. And i get it. People want that cold tool and the core right. I you know. I have a couple that i just use out of fun But here's the thing. This is why. I tell people all the time. It is not that app. That is gonna make you manage your money better by time. People wanna use an app. They have become motivated to get their financial life together. And i and this example that i use like and i know a lot of people. They're going to be in this position. So you buy that treadmill exercise every day five grand on right and what does it end up to be a closing right and sold that treadmill and that bike can absolutely help you get in shape. But if you don't have the motivation to use it it's nothing but a closing and that's what the budget apps are right and so it you need to fire. I most importantly say. I want to have control over my money and then once you say that it doesn't matter what app you use. I like i said i. I'm sitting talking to you right now and in front of me is a little red notebook that i got at the dollar store and i write down my financial stuff and things a financial stuff..
"singletary" Discussed on How to Money
"Do you think you could help me pay for summer camp and these hard conversations because we are very proud people and you don't wanna ask that way But i think that's the best way and if you're on the receiving end of that because many of your listeners will be on the receiving end. I need you to open up your wallet. If you can't afford it. I need you to give out of your extra so. Don't give somebody your rent money. But i need you to hear them and if they even if they ask for a loan you say no way. I'm giving you this money. We my husband. And i don't lend money to anyone so and we also look around for people who need help. Even though they are too proud to ask this happened to us A relative lost her job in the food service industry and she was talking to another relative's she would never tell us and so we hear the story and i called her up and i asked her how much over it wasn't called her rental office and we arrange to pay rent for a couple of months and she said oh. Thank you so grateful. She's like pay you back and i stopped to right there. I said absolutely not you will not pay us back. This is a gift and you do not ever have to think about it again. We don't bring it up to her. We don't mention it nothing. This was something we did for her and never will we expected back. And you know those people in your lives who good need help. Maybe it was. Maybe your favorite restaurant you go to and you know the staff is only working half time and there's a waitress or there's somebody who you talk to all the time you know it's just hey how you doing. How's it going is get hours and they go. Well you know and then when you leave you leave enough that you can help pay right. Yeah that's predictable. And i mean yeah just i i love your attitude towards that too because it put somebody in a position where they're far more comfortable taking that money and it's in your saving. That relationship wins out whereas that obligation can cause someone to avoid maybe interacting with you like If you if you owe the loan there you've put them at ease which is really cool. Yeah and michelle and other situation to someone has lost their job they they might be tempted to draw on some like say some retirement funds and so we would love to hear your thoughts on Taking money out of a 401k. Taking money out of a roth. Ira for for some of those difficult financial times. It should be the the last resort but it is a pot that you might have to tap and i think it would be arrogant for those of us who didn't lose their jobs who have adequate safe to say absolutely. Don't ever touch many while. The reality is is he touched at money. Or you can't pay you touch that money or you can't put food on the table. I'm okay with you touching it money. It's not ideal but if you have to and then if you do don't take out more than you need so you can take it out over time as the need arises so if you've been laid off and you're not sure you know take on like maybe two months but not like six months and if obviously if you're under fifty nine and a half when you take the money this is gonna be so hard for people at please make sure you put aside tax obligation for that money. So if you're under fifty nine and a half is a tempest in early pregnancy And then obviously you have to pay income tax on that money so you wanna get some advice from the plan administrator. Give you some guidelines about how much you probably need to set aside and then you really really need to set that money aside..
"singletary" Discussed on How to Money
"Yeah jolt. Michelle singletary is an award. Winning personal finance columnist the washington post. She's also a frequent contributor to npr. And she she regularly appears on cnn and has also appeared on nbc's today show on cbs. The early show as well and michelle she. She's written multiple books on personal finance and her latest book. What to do with your money when crisis hits was just published last month. Not only is it an incredible resource for folks who find themselves in difficult times right now. But it's also just chock full of practical money advice that we believe everyone should be incorporating into their lives. It's kind of the financial advice that your grandma would approve of right. We're excited to get to talk to michelle single today and learn more about our books Michelle thank you for joining us today. Thank you so much for having me michelle. We are so glad to have you. You are a personal finance icon. I would say oh no. It's just because you've been doing it so well for long enough. You're not you're not old. You've got plenty of years left in your till like establish that personal finance status even more but hey michelle. The first question. We ask anyone who comes on the show matinee. We like craft beers. Something we're into and we drink craft beer on most episodes but for us. It's something that we're willing to splurge on in the here and now while we're also trying to a really good job of of saving investing for the future so yet do you have something like that a splurge a craft beer equivalent. Okay so this is gonna go over with but my hobby is saving money. So if you ask like my husband what i splurge on they would just roll their. I think probably multiple scrabble dictionary. Be the only thing. I just don't have a lot of things that i really want to be. Honest and know. It's terrible but I think multiple scrabble dictionaries. That's i mean to me. That sounds extravagant..
Investigation faults Rochester mayor, police chief for keeping Daniel Prude’s death secret in upstate New York
"Questions are being raised in upstate New York, following the death of a black man after an encounter with police Daniel Prude, died last year after police in Rochester, New York, covered his face with a net designed to stop his ability from spinning on officers and further held him down by kneeling on his back with his face on the ground, While both of Mayor Lovely Warren and police chief Laurent Singletary insisted they didn't know for months proved had been restrained. An independent investigation finds they did know and intentionally didn't disclose that fact. Publicly. A grand jury already declined to indict the involved officers. Evan Brown Fox News. Congressional
Mayor, former chief kept Daniel Prude's death secret, report says
"An investigation into the official response to Daniel Prudes, police suffocation death last year and Rochester, New York, is faulting the city's mayor and former police chief for keeping critical details of the case secret for months and lying to the public about what they knew. Report commissioned by Rochester's City Council and made public today, said Mayor Lovely. Warren lied at a September press conference when she said it wasn't until August that she learned officers had physically restrained prude during the March 23rd encounter. Warren was told that day, the report said, And by mid April, she and then police chief Lerone, Singletary and other officials were aware that prude had died as the result and that the officers were under criminal
"singletary" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"At 10 o'clock greenie at 12 ready. There's a there's a pep in his step up to the Northwestern said there's a little pepper this stuff. You didn't take his bet. Yesterday. I often ask for 20. I knew what was gonna happen. They lost by what? 16 15. Anyway, Carm and you're coming up at 10 noon. It's Greenie! Two o'clock waddle! Sylvie! Six o'clock, blacken up! Dollar Exactly Right. Alright, likely, right so We've been discussing Mike Singletary today, potentially being a D. C. Why didn't they talked authentic? I think they're gonna make him the team President next year your lips to God's ears. That's what you want to be a good hire. That's a Danny find Gary Fencik. There was a time when he was doing weekly hits on sports radio, where I thought that guy's on a fast track to be in somebody's front office like the Bears front officers. Yeah, but you know, he's like a financial wizard. I guess he wouldn't be interested now. Maybe they're too far removed from the game. But that's what you wanted when you were going through transition after Ditka. That's when you start doing it stopped doing the mom and pop stuff. Then you're like, OK, Dick is out. Thank God. This is taking all the excess oxygen up in the room. We gotta Jimmy Johnson guy here, Dave Wannstedt. Let's just get going. Start stacking our chips. Getting ready through the nineties version of the Bears didn't happen. What about Peyton Manning? About it. Danny was watching the video of him last night, and we have some of what it Woz and this is Peyton on he was doing what Danny a seminar, so they brought him in to talk to the University of Tennessee coach is it's kind of like he's a consultant, and they bring a man he walks in this room. There's probably 25 30 coaches just sitting there staring at him. And you could hear it. The minute he walks through that door, the commanding presence he has and listen to him when he talks about football and what he expects in practice and what he expects from players during the game. Everything he says You see it yourself, man. A if he ran to the bitch ran the Bears. This would be a dream come true and be everything he's saying does not apply to household. I have been impacted by coaching. I have a huge believer in being coached. It makes a huge difference. I like to be coached. I get frustrated when I'm not coach or corrected on the steak that I've made.
"singletary" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"To unpack. The Bears interviewed Mike Singletary yesterday for their vacancy at defensive coordinator after the retirement of Chuck Pagano. And this guy's one of the great players in the history of the sport, let alone our city, and there are people don't know. Hard past don't want him. He's Mike. Forget Singletary. If he wants to talk, you talk to him. Hi, honey. Yeah, You know, we were talking before cap about who are the bears close to the organization. You know Thomas, George McCaskey and Ted Phillips. And that front office who are they close to his father's former bears. We couldn't come up with a name. Of Singletary still has a tight to the Bears have no problem with it. I don't want him to be my defensive coordinator. Necessarily. And here's why, for Mike Singletary's case for his sensibilities, man. Don't come in here just for a year. This might be a lame duck opportunity, right? This might be a lame duck position. If if the If the Bears underachieve there could be changed. That's all. I'm rooting for his change because I think that you could start to see the defense be in transition. You might not have a number one wide receiver coming in next year. So a lot of question marks about the football. Hold on. I want to go back up. You just said All I'm rooting for his change was your quote. Absolutely. So you're not rooting for them. Now that everybody's back to have a good season next year. You're already all in on change. Well, I said that last this past season, right? So why would I change now? So I told you that in October or November, I said, you know, I think it's time for change. Because that was different. You knew there was a possibility It didn't happen. But there was a possibility as we kept losing. No. We watched our bears goal six straight with a loss, right? Might be changed. There was speculation nationally locally. We didn't get it now that we didn't get it. I'm all in to see him win the Super Bowl. I don't think it's gonna happen. No, because we know what's on the field. We got good, too good working eyes and I'm really good TV. We know exactly what bears football looks like. And so no, I'm still in there for change because I can't change my opinion on that. Can't share because I know what it looks like. See, I understand if I just got dropped into Chicago and not understand the culture What goes on around here? If I'm new to the city, like wait their right name the playoffs last year. You know, the arrow's pointing up. That's a much better football team than I thought. Actually, they're not. They backed their way in like a big girl on the dance floor. They backed their way in. So so the idea that I'm going to change my opinion. Is that Zach gonna ask you I'm asking you to do what I've done. It is. I'm going down the highway of I want change. I want change. Yeah, that exit's closed. Okay, boss..
"singletary" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Bowser really was responsible for the quarterback. But Alan did such a good job of pulling it and then exploding that Bowser wasn't able to get flat. And make the play. Josh Allen has no red zone interceptions in 163 consecutive passes. He's in the red Zone here on second, Down and forth in motion is Beasley. Alan takes the snap. Looks right. Looks left Rosa Slant left digs. He threw it short. It bounces past it incomplete and digs heard footsteps. He heard Eliot Jimmy Smith was behind him. Will be third down and you know what he's right. He should have heard footsteps because Sean Elliott was about to blast him. It'll be third down and four with 10 17 to play here in the third quarter, with the game tied at three. Again there with wind, so it's a little conceivably it's a little easier field goal attempts. Singletary in motion lines up in the slot trip souvenir side Alan to throw on third down Throws to the right Has Singletary 10 cuts to his left inside the five and he's down to the three yard line. He's got a first out. It's first and goal for the bills. Chuck Clark made the tackle that is one of the areas that Allen has improved in so much. They played a zone coverage. The Ravens don't do a lot of that. Alan showed tremendous patience. He waited, waited, finally found his outlet receiver Devon Singletary and the flat. Singletary is a running back. Knows what to do, and that's get north and South. Get that first down gate of nine yards. Mackenzie is stretched out to the far side in motion Davis in the slot. They pumped to the left row to the middle, incomplete intended for Davis. They wanted Mackenzie,.
"singletary" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"End. They just play action. Fake it and lamb was wide open. I'm going to say I don't I did not go through Kendall lambs receiving statistics in preparation for this one. I'm going to go out on a limb and say that Lam Just had his first career touchdown reception, and I think that's why big Mayfield was so excited after the touchdown thrown Wrote to his offensive tackle. It is 50 years, 60 year in the league, second with Cleveland Park. Ease point after is up and it is good, so we see Kendall Lam a 6 ft five. Offensive tackle out of at Malaysian state. He puts the Browns on top 17 Nothing. As we're just four seconds into this second quarter here instead of Caesar check to drive some re sponsored by Granger. For all the ones who get it done. There's Granger offering supplies and solutions for every industry to help keep your facility is safe. And your people safer called click Granger. Com slash safety or just stop by. After the Derrick Henry fumble, the Browns take advantage, six plays 21 yards and three minutes and 13 seconds. Kendall Lam, the offensive lineman. You love it. Brian Baldinger, Offensive lineman. Catch touchdown passes. You had a unit touchdown catch in your card. You know, they have a touchdown catch. You had one was close toting you. Well, I had one where they threw it to me in the end zone like to tender lamb, but Mike Singletary was covering me, and he's passing her feud with So we got the ball the one yard line and I still Hate Might single guy Don't hate Mike Singletary. But I dislike the fact that he Yeah, get that damn bird batch of trying to run it out across the 20, and he tripped up and taken down. I take Davis And mark it down to the 26 yard line. As the Titans will take over. See they get something going offensively, maybe throw it to an offensive lineman or something. He tried to do that once we've seen both teams attempt to throw the offensive lineman, the Titans didn't convert. There's the Browns get a touchdown types who won last year, too. They're starting left tackle David Quisenberry. He's got a touchdown on his record. Here's up. This is a great test. For the Titans down 17 nothing at home here early in the second quarter and how they if they could come out of his decrypt that they've dug themselves into First of 10 of the 26 had a hill takes the snap fire over the middle. He's got his receiver a J. Brown for a first down across the 35 out to the 38 yard line. A 12 yard pick up for the second year. Man of old Miss. You know, going back to that rounds touchdown pass to the offensive linemen. It's the first time the Browns about a touchdown of an offensive lineman since 2000 and one it was Shawn O'Hara. Wow, former giant have to text short about that one. Started with Cleveland, 1st and 10 on their own 38 Ft of Titans. They give it to Henry breaking right across the 40, but he has taken down to the heat by Carl Joseph after a five yard game. Out to the 43 yard line. Second five coming up for the Titans like you See, Right, Tannehill here going no huddle. Hurry up. Just trying to help. You know, take advantage of the time right here, not let.
"singletary" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Their own 30 set the game up to eight minutes and 50 seconds minutes. Thank you, Shawn Smith for resetting time Forming 41 27. Buffalo. Yes. So Alan got things back on track with the Bills. Last drive. Keep the separation going here is already over. 400 yards passing backfield Shotgun, Alan Pictures to his left. Singletary left won't get much. Maybe a yard and a half thought he might turn the corner break loose, but Marius Randall's ableto keep the edge and make the play. Small Adams There comes up limping on that play certainly can't afford to lose him just got back from a gorn. Injuries been out for four straight weeks. As you can see, this defense needs all the help it get already given up 41 points in the second row, 39 2 takes it fixes. The Singletary pumps now goes down the left side big ball for the 20 yard line and step on decks. Please. Just beyond his reach trade. Flowers was on his hip defending Adam to Shawn, right on the left. Semen digs had a step or two entree flowers, but the ball just a bit overthrown as Josh Allen has this big oven, Armas anyone in the NFL man and he's gonna want that back. You're right. If he hits him inside a supposed over the opposite side shoulder side. You're right. It's six. Safety Help should have kept that Holborn signed Filed 600 Gallon out 30 of 37 bills history, put up these kind of clothes over the middle across and catch a little shimmy shake and close to the first down. He's gonna be just short. TJ read defending seven yards so forth one of coming for the buffalo bills. This would be very aggressive here near midfield. If you decided the offense on the field, probably want to put this one away. See what Shawn McDermott decides to do 7 33 and counting here in the fourth quarter 415 yards for three touchdowns and a rushing Touchdown. Recurring back those numbers is the first bills history at least a hard count. Jump. That doesn't work. So a time out called by the Buffalo Bills. Interesting, though, Sean, I mean, if they were gonna pawn it, Why not just let it run out? It might actually be going forward. It's kind of hard to call a time out right away. If you're gonna put it away. You just let the clock expired, don't you? I can argue it both ways with you on look, you know, way more than I do. But I think I could make a sound argument on both sides, especially looking at the score of 41 27. I think they're gonna go for it now. Looks like they are putting the team on the field. I'm just surprised they didn't just take away what they were going along. You have two touchdowns. Timeouts. Maybe aren't that important? Agreed. And you give your kids a little more room If you take those five. This's only the second part of the day for the Buffalo Bills is the third year man up in Mexico on his heels on his own 31 stab will come from the 46. Deeper than normal because he wants that room to try and pin this deep sends it down the right side. It's gonna hit inside the tent and then going over end of the end zone for a touchback. So Russell Wilson of the Seahawks will start it up here again, but down 41 27. Ah, time left here, Sean, just say it. But if this game's felt like it's been over four different times, but This offense for the Seahawks best offense in the NFL. Statistically, I don't think it's ever over and maybe the clock hits zero. There's still seven minutes to go in this game. So way saw how quickly Russell Wilson scored his last time out Bills defense has got to make a stand here. They have three takeaways today, the bills defense does. Seattle came into the game later, the NFL with 32 touchdowns all offensive 22 by two set on. Wilson throws over the middle, incomplete intended receiver at the 30 yard line, and it was the Tide and Greg Olsen On just about every place, Shawn. I mean, you might as well just golden your cadence. When you call it. You could just say they're bringing pressure because I'm telling you that they've pressured almost every play, especially the second half. They do not want to let Russell Wilson have time to sit back there and pick him apart. They're bringing the heat. 21 33 Wilson is same formation. Now Wilson comes in lines up slot right to buy to still take five on the run. Is he throws dump it off. The locket makes the catch 25 crossing left to right and then force out of bounds by Mario Addison, eight on the play third down near the train sounding it Bill Stadium. It's a big point, absolutely probably four down territory for Seattle. But yet still you want to force him to get those situations. Great breather by Wilson's through right with Bloods. 32 28 Yard line trips left triangle formation with those receivers take pressuring 2nd 20 yard line A. J. Klein not allowed to We'll see. If they rule this a fumble. It sure looks like it. Another takeaway for the Buffalo Bill's on the second set strip of the afternoon. Now, four turnovers today for Russell Wilson. And rarely does he gets full. But that time has never saw climb. Coming off. The right edge was lined up. They had six men up front, only five blockers. A client just ran right through and hit Russell Wilson. In fact, actually, I don't see the replay. Unfortunately, that's one of the line. Russell Wilson thought he was protected because the right guard and right tackle Did not fan out and block climbed like they're supposed to men lined up on the edge there. They both blocked the defensive end. Either of them fanned out to have been the right tackle, fanning out on decline. That's why Russell Wilson was so surprised by the head football. Hands it off to Los running left side back line of scrimmage way that client hit Wilson. It looked like a dislodged a vital organ. I mean, unchecked, as you said, injured Seahawk down, it's read. 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Mayor Warren appoints new interim police chief for Rochester, New York
"New top cop Cynthia Harriet Sullivan has been appointed Rochester's new interim police chief, becoming the first woman to hold that job. Former police chief Laurent Singletary was fired earlier this month following the death of Daniel Prude. A black man who died in March after he was into the ground by officers. This is ABC News. This is common in
"singletary" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"It's risky always to try to sketch out the future. We don't really know what the future holds. But it seems like it might be valuable to imagine what an eviction crisis would look like. If it ever happened. I'm thinking it wouldn't be like a hurricane where thousands of people were made homeless all at once. What do you think it would look like? What I envision is lots of people trying to get into shelters and also trying to double the trouble up with families who do have places to live, which could also spread the virus. Let's look at it. You know an example 100. People are evicted. 20% may have to go to a shelter, and the other ones will have to try to find shelter with other families. Now you're introducing the possibility of the virus spreading and regular people's homes, Because if my cousin calls and needs a place to say, I'm taking my cousin in But my cousin may have been in an area where the virus is spreading in their communities where we know it's still spreading. And so this jeopardizes not just those people in the shelter, but people who are living in their homes within the community, and then we can see an uptick in the reported cases of cove it so it is like a domino effect. You know that one Domino falls. And then other things end up smashing down. Michelle Singletary. Thank you so much. You're so welcome. This is NPR news..
Rochester police chief, entire command staff step down after death of Daniel Prude
"Have resigned Laurent Singletary stepping down at the end of this month. The move comes amid criticism over the death of Daniel proved from Chicago police body camera video shows officers handcuffed prude in March while he was naked in the street. During a mental health episode. They put a hood over his head to keep him from spitting and held him down. He died after being taken off life support a week later. If you're a cook County homeowner, you might be getting an automatic
Rochester police leaders announce their retirements in wake of suffocation death of Daniel Prude
"Police leaders in Rochester, New York, are retiring on Mass amid criticism of that city's handling of the suffocation death of Daniel Prude. Iran. Singletary, the city's police chief, is among those retiring as his deputy chief, Joseph Morabito, and possibly other senior commanders. Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren made the surprise announcement during a video conference with City Council members. I am confirming that chief Singletary today announced his retirement. Along with commando more. Vito. I want to thank Chief Singletary and Commander more veto for their service proved a 41 year old black man died several days after the encounter with police in March. Officers who found him running naked down the street put a hood over his head to stop him from spinning and held him down for about two minutes until the apparently stopped breathing. He died a week later after being taken off life support.
Rochester, New York, mayor and police chief say they won't resign amid Daniel Prude protests
"Police chief in Rochester, New York, say they will not resign. After days of sometimes violent protests. Demonstrators have accused local officials of covering up the death of a black man Daniel prude while in police custody. NPR's Brian Man has more. At a news conference Sunday, Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren said she won't bow to Protestersdemands. That she and her chief of police Laurent Singletary, step down. It is clear to me that there is more work to be done and I am committed to doing was necessary and I know The chief is committed to doing was necessary. Warrant also defended police use of force against protesters in recent days, saying there were credible reports Some activists plan to damage or destroy police headquarters. Tonight, Elders from the black Church community here plan to serve his human buffers between protesters and police to reduce the risk of violence. Brian Man NPR NEWS Rochester, New York A federal
"singletary" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry
"The scenery the animals that come around. It's just incredible today. You know just in the past couple of days. There's been a a Bald Eagle an aspirin. We have otters every day. You know and he really you have. There's there's about. Rit Did a study. There's about fifteen hundred. Known otters in in the river right now. And that's why I I'd want to check that and maybe so. I know that the state of New York. Dc Did an otter restoration project some few years ago and they were very very rare at that point. here's the thing a river ramble. I got I'm on Tangent Arch. Merrill is a complex person in away. V Very popular back in the day probably a mediocre writer on his best days The the the best writer And reporter slash writer in that era in Rochester was guiding Henry Kuhn But Merrill was the was the was the popular one. A river ramblers where. I think he does his best. It was a difficult time. I can't remember the exact year that that had happened but I can't remember the exact year. But what arch did was. He went down to Gold Pennsylvania and he Walked or hitchhiked or gotTa ride the length of the Genesee River from its headwaters in gold and some farmers field to to Rochester and It he the loan installment every week and it was It was a journey away. It was a way to to give people a you. Know a little bit of distraction and diversion. It's a it's a I I wanted to re do that The paper wouldn't let me way. There was some anniversary is coming up and I didn't have enough sway at the paper to get you know permission to do it Instead I think to market I walked Along the Erie Canal for a week or so Writing Stories each day. I think that I can't remember who it was. It might have been Jim. Met and Maybe herm I can't remember but somebody sort of redid it. A little bit came back the length of the river. But it's a it's a wonderful thing and anyway it's that's the maybe the one that everybody should read. Forgive me I should I e Christina Lynn. If if I'm going to arch Merrill Calls Choubey down for a little bit. Okay combine an like my actual job. I'll close the lines to arch. Merrill Call US close the lines. Great Great Guy. Great Guy Dead. Almost fifty years per chance Rochester's moved on. I'm going to read these releases. From chief Laurent Single Terry in reverse order. The one that came out yesterday and in one came out. Friday that They hope to slip under the radar..
"singletary" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry
"Mary starts now on newsradio. Wam thank you so much. I appreciate that just said before you run off a half a moment. You are a little bit younger than I. And you may not rob a seven months younger than you but you had a keen interest in science and in the news even as a young man absolutely when we were boys space. Broadcast Journalism was outstanding. There were some terrific terrific people. Roy Meal at NBC and Some other folks Bergman Jules Birdman was Ms Downing You. These people would. They're a lot like you. They would be reporting on an event and they'd be simultaneously teaching you Ning. They knew everything that was going on. And you're getting a primer on it and it was par a significant part of experiencing the space race in one boy that absolutely and there were so many great moments in the sixties and seventies. Incredible what humankind did yeah. Yeah and again. You know launching two guys up to the space station. I know that's happened gazillion times but it's us it's a new model. This is the first commercial right launch of of humans. And that. That's kind of a whole different enterprise on this thing and Elon. Musk's SPACEX FALCON FALCON nine spacecraft. Today and the Dragon Capsule that it was designed to ride above it We'll be seeing them with carry people Americans off of American soil. I lost interest in the space shuttle program about halfway through and I didn't pay attention that I find myself personally. Generally very excited about today's launch. Well this be the precursor to A lot of things down the road getting back to the moon and then moving on to Mars and that's been musk's goal. It's the president's goal and if we're going to do that starts today Amen. Well said and we'll of course bring that Cli that's todd holiday I appreciate him troops. I appreciate you shown up for. Mucho all as cool and COPACETIC. On your end. Rv joined by Monroe. County legislator. Rachel Barnhart Good morning and welcome to the broadcast good. I hope you're doing well Last night your body met. It's online for safety sake. And such like that and an unusual development seems to have popped up route to the board of elections. Please tell us what happened. Sure At the last minute yesterday the legislature was given a matter of urgency that was emitted as a joint thing by minority leader. Vince felder on the democratic side. Majority leader Steve Brew on the Republican side. They got together and decided to ask us to create six physicians at the Board of Elections Three for Democrats three Republicans And they're all supervisor positions that don't currently exist two of the physicians our Assistant Deputy Commissioner. That would be in the salary. Range of seventy six thousand nine hundred eighty thousand dollars and when we questioned the elections commissioners one acting one permanent about why they are doing this They really didn't have good answers. They admitted they don't even have job. Descriptions for these positions they couldn't provide any data or supporting evidence for why they need these positions And you know it just reek of patronage scheme and I said so we're speaking with Rachel Barnhart and your say Your Boss With Gentlemen Leisure Caucus Mr Felder the top Democrat He tried to tried to shout. You.
"singletary" Discussed on KOMO
"In the Greenwood area between seventy thirty one hundred this is for safer social distancing for people walking and bicycling our next como traffic at twelve fifty four I'm John Nelson and if you're como eco roof forecast showers are tapering off around western Washington still if you're out there and breezy conditions for the afternoon but also the couple's son breaks upper fifties not to sixty degrees in many places but we're gonna beat that tomorrow as we go to the low to mid sixties under partly sunny skies on Sunday rain returns on Monday and linger through Wednesday in the couple of the center and some companies for your real life and real future time and honor talking you'll have a standing or sitting in the Tatian whichever you may be doing at your home that you're probably locked in to to join us here on the show by calling eight five five nine three five five eight five five nine three five eight two five five you can call us live on Saturdays because we're here between the hours of with new into on the west coast three in five three to five on the east coast or you call twenty four hours a day eight five five nine three five eight two five five in before the break we were talking a little bit about taking money out of your house and that reminded me of something I read today in The Washington Post Michelle Singletary is a columnist for The Washington Post Michelle single Terry is a big advocate of paying down your mortgage because she feels like it's a safe way to make three or four or five percent on your money but we disagree we're trying to find a way to understand what she's what she's going for but there's a problem with houses you see it's not like paying down the credit card.