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Bob and Sheri
"stroop" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"Derek stroop. It's easy to be observational when you're from somewhere like Alabama and you move out west. Everything kind of shows up to me, you know? Like, I own a bunch of popular clothes on accident. There's this big hipster movement going on. That's going full circle right back to me that I never saw coming. But some of y'all will understand this. If you go to any coffee shop in any decent sized city, the person serving you that latte these days is going to be wearing a whole lot of carhartt. When I was growing up, carhartt meant that you were real country, you know? Your dad might be a plumber. Y'all were into deer meat, you know? Math wasn't something you got excited about. Carhartt was different in the 90s. Now everybody's got it on, and it's mind-blowing. I got it for every Christmas. I mean, my whole life and my dad would say the same thing every time. All right, there's gonna last you forever. And that's cool. It's nice to have clothes that last for a car hearts famous because it doesn't shrink when you watch it. Wash it. It doesn't hang on fences. But I mean, when you're 14, you don't want coveralls. My parents are like, Derek, we'd like you all. You'd like for you to get a girlfriend. And I had to tell my mom, y'all just bought me overalls. I drive a truck. You make my lunches. There's a rumor in school that I've got a family, mom. I look like a working man. I do. Everybody thinks I'm punching in and out, you know? It wasn't cool to look like a coal miner in 90 6. I hate to break it to people. Now if you've got ripped jeans in a carhartt sweatshirt, you're a cool guy. Let me tell you something. In Alabama, if you've got ripped jeans in a carhartt sweatshirt, you have a gravel driveway. Just the way it is. Same thing with the brand champion. I know all in the 90s, do you want it any brand besides the brand champion? Now it's super popular. Champion was a Kmart brand. There's the only brand that would come brand new with the tags on it and still smell like cigarettes. I don't know how this smells like it, Sheila, mom, I don't know, but it's in the package. There was nothing cool about champion. I mean, one of my buddies Dakota, he was like, Derek, calm down, man. You're freaking out. Champion just made a comeback. I said Dakota, I'm gonna tell you what a comeback is, my man. That means you were once here. And now you're back again. Champion just got here. It would be like if next week played glory with all over Instagram. Rags to riches. This is the true American story. This isn't a comeback. This is a Tom up my man. Did y'all ever think I'm 36 years old? Did y'all ever think that you would see that flooding your pants and be popular? Did y'all ever see that one? I can tell you, ten years ago, if you showed up to a high school and your pants weren't touching your shoes, nobody was talking to you. Now showing a little ankle is the man, you are the man. Let's Jean stuff about shin. She right there. That looks good. Let's get some cool socks. When I got socks for Christmas growing up, I knew my grades needed to come up just to tag. And you know what short jeans are called? Caprice. They're coming to freeze. Start calling them. I don't care, Jason. If you've got on short jeans, but you my man have on to breathe. Derek street. You know what? You know what he's like. He's like Jeff Foxworthy. Combined with the same kinison. Yeah. And current, right? Yeah. That is Derek stroop. We will post his setup at BOB, AND, SHE, RI dot com. This is bob and cherry. It's the stuff we wouldn't couldn't shouldn't do on the regular show. The oddcast podcast on the free bob and sherry app. I really like the comedian sherry just selected a few minutes ago. They're stroop. He's from Alabama. He does a lot of countries stuff, but he also does some stuff that is very pointed toward fashion. And he was commenting on how when a guy wears, you ever see these tight suits that expose a man's ankles, you know, and a little bit more. You can see a little bit of his legs and generally the guys got expensive, hard shoes on and no socks. So there's a lot of flesh in there. And he was saying, those are not pants. Those are not pants. Those are capris. You are wearing capris. I left out loud. The first time I saw those average I've never had a suit that tight. You know, I got some tight pants, but never had a suit that type, but you know who's been wearing that stuff for a while. And that is Ryan Seacrest on live with on live with Kelly and who's next. I think that's the name of the show now. He's been, I'm sure he's dressed. He's dressed by somebody, right? And he's been wearing exposing his lovely little ankles and part of his leg with the Capri sort of pants for a while now. I walked by the TV and Mary was watching. We were in a break. Mary was watching it. And he had on what I think was the tightest suit I've ever seen on a man. It was dark red, he had a T-shirt underneath it, a V neck T-shirt, was dark red, and it was almost like lycra was painted on his body. And of course, exposing those lovely white ankles, and part of his leg. And I thought, wow, man. That's a long way from Johnny Carson. I wish I could. It was cool. It was a cool suit. I wouldn't wear it, but it was a cool suit. I wish I could tell you in the exact words what my husband Kevin once said about that look. But we would be fine. He wasn't comfortable with it, I guess. He just doesn't understand like you're a grown man. Do you not have pants that fit? Like, he just hates it. Yeah. I look at that and I think to myself, okay, it's cool today, but this is gonna look really ridiculous. Later. Later, I agree with you. Yeah. I think it's a period. Bomber jackets. Yeah, I think it is going to be this era without a doubt. All I can say about tight pants, I was holding my grandson and I had a pair of somewhat tight jeans on at the beach. And I sent the picture to my girls holding holding them. And Ali said cute picture. Let's not go any tighter with the jeans. That's about the length. You know what I always think about because of the way fashion runs in cycles, historically? Yeah. Once upon a time, the absolutely most provocative thing a woman could do was reveal a hint of ankle. That's right. And now, about a 120 years later, 150 years later, that's Ryan Seacrest's ankle sassy. Yeah. What a naughty boy he is. It's true. It's bobbing cherry. It's the stuff we wouldn't couldn't shouldn't do on the regular show. The odd gas podcast on the free bob and cherry app. Talk back time, let's hit the phones, everybody at 8 four four 52 sherry. That's 8 four four 5 two or it's just so much easier if you grab our free app and the Apple store and Google Play. 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The Thinking Atheist
"stroop" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist
"Has made me a little bit reflective about the door knockers. Doctor Chrissy stroop has a great meme at the top of it, it says, proselytization is objectification. We think about what it means to go share the love of Jesus. When I was an evangelical, I saw it as, I don't know, a gesture of kindness. You know, I want to go out and spread the good news. The world needs Jesus. And I want to go and tell people that they're loved and there is a savior and there is a heaven. So I saw it as a net positive. Beyond the great commission beyond the command and the scriptures to go out and proselytize, I really felt like I was doing something good. I'm sure the door knocker the bell ringer, the little church hand. I thought, I'm sure she felt like she was doing something amazing. Until she did not. Until I until the wind until the door broke my dog's foot. I'm sure she felt she'd done a good thing. But if we go beyond the surface, what does it mean to ring my doorbell and invite me to be a part of a church or a faith? To become a Christian if we want to go that far. What does it really mean to do that? What it means is you need Jesus. Okay, why do I need Jesus? Because you are unsafe. What does that mean? You are in sin and need to be rescued from your sin. You are going to hell, if you believe the literal Bible, right? You are so awful that you will be tormented in the flames for all eternity, and it will be your own fault because you were born a sinner, this ancestral, this inherited sin that has been passed down through generations, the sins of the fathers now rest upon you. You are broken and we have what you need to get fixed. How presumptuous is that? How insulting is that? You're damaged goods. Fortunately, even though you're sick, we got the cure, you know? You should be buying 'cause we're selling. When you think about it in those terms, it really is offensive, even though I understand she wasn't approaching me in that way, you know? Jesus is love, right? That hugely naive paper shallow perspective. Where, you know, we're just going to go out and spread love LOVE in the name of Jesus. But if she was to go beyond all of that, and I should have had it not been mass chaos at the moment, I'm trying to think of what I might have said in the moment because I have no problem speaking my mind to solicitors. First of all, somebody comes to my door and they say, hey, we've noticed that there's been some break ins in the neighborhood and we've got a great security service and I'll say, you know what, I'm good. I've already got a system in place, but thank you, right? Made the offer, I refused politely. Thank you very much. And then they do what salesman do. They do not take no for an answer. That's when I get pissed. And that's when my mindset and my attitude and even my language shifts. Pardon me. Is English your first language? I just said, no, I'm not interested. What does that mean to you? Well, you know, your neighbor, this is another sales tactic that just blows my mind. Because I know it's bullshit. Well, your neighbor across the street just came off of her porch and she mentioned your name as somebody who would be really interested in this kind of thing, you know? And she highly recommends us. Now, what I should do in the moment is call her up. Hey, Renee. I got this douche bag on my porch. She says that you recommended that he come see me about a security system that I don't need. I should have done that. I think I'll do it next time. But instead, I'm like, I throw them off might not physically throw them off my porch. Why are you bothering me? This is my sanctuary. This is my home. This is my castle. This is where I go to retreat from people like you. And it's even worse when they're selling Jesus. And they're selling the narrative that, oh, I'm home and broken. Someone should have cost me at my home and fix me. I'm not broken, lady. I'm not damaged. I'm not sick. I'm not infected. I don't need it. I don't need any of this. And it's hugely inappropriate for you to show up at my house and do this. The door and the dog not her fault. Everything else I blame her. I might being irrational. Maybe I'm just emotional because of the dog. It was the most horrible thing. I have a security video. I have a security of the door crushing Linus's foot, I know the file is there in my security system. I will never watch it. I can't even go and delete it. I can't be near that. I know it exists. There's audio and video of that terrible moment. And the fact that it's there. Now I'm thinking how long until the files get rewritten, I think it's two weeks. Okay, two weeks. And then the file is going to be deleted. Oh, I hope it's two weeks.
The Thinking Atheist
"stroop" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist
"That athletes and members of that team felt pressured into joining his Christian prayers at the 50 yard line right after James, right? That was in the record. And we have lower court judges at the 9th circuit warning the Supreme Court essentially about adopting the deceitful narrative that the other side was by Kennedy's side was putting forth in that case. And when it came time to decide that case, the Supreme Court just adopted that deceitful narrative wholesale. It was truly remarkable. And because of that, and the gay wedding cake case is another really good example of that. I wanted to go deeper. So for the chapter on the Mexican state shop case, I actually interviewed a lot of the people who were involved. I interviewed the couple who was involved in that case about what precisely happened that day, even though we also have undisputed facts about what happened at the lower level from that day. And then I actually interviewed in that case, the Supreme Court didn't really reach the question yet of whether religious freedom was a license to discriminate. Instead, what it said was that administrative body that Colorado has, which handles violations of civil rights laws, acted in such a way that it was basically mean to the religion of Jack Phillips, the baker. That they violated his religious freedom by being a hostile to his conservative Christianity. All right, hang on. Let's jump in here. But let me jump in. I'm sorry to interrupt. But I had taken away from that story that the court had considered this very public prayer at the 50 yard line with the team essentially required to be there a private religious exercise. Are you saying that that was not the position of the court? No, no, I mean, that was part of what the court said. And that means that narrative was completely false. And if you, you can look at, for instance, justice Sotomayor's dissent, where she has photographic evidence that it is not private or public, that there are crowds of people gathered with him at the 50 yard line. And truly private and non public prayer doesn't end up being defended on Fox News. It doesn't end up going to the Supreme Court. And one of the things that's really fascinating in that case is that the school district bent over backwards time and time and time again. To allow this coach to actually say his prayers in a way that didn't coerce students into joining. It didn't pressure them. And he continued the coach rejected all of those offers. He wasn't willing to do a truly private moment of prayer. He wanted to be able to do his prayers in such a way that it was imposing on other people's children. I'm reminded of that scripture in Matthew 6. And when you pray, do not be like the hypocrites for they love to pray, standing in the synagogues and on the street corners to be seen by others, truly I tell you they have received their reward in full, but when you pray, go into your room, close the door and pray to your father who is unseen, then your father who sees what is done in secret will reward you. This is prayer is performance. You know, it's straight out. Oh, absolutely. And you know, one of the really fascinating things about that case was that a lot of local clergy, Bremerton area clergy, weighed in in the case at the Supreme Court, and they weighed in in favor of the school district, and against the coach. And in fact, on the day of the oral argument, Americans united held a rally there in representative Jamie Raskin showed up and gave this amazing rally talk CEO Rachel laser showed up and gave this amazing really just great rally speech. And then we had all of this clergy from Bremerton come and give talks. And say, this is not what religious freedom means. And a couple of them actually cited that exact same chapter in verse Seth. And so which I think just really gets to the point that you mentioned earlier about we absolutely have to unite with people who believe like we do in the separation of church and state, right? Chrissy stroop says that shared values matter more than shared beliefs. And I completely agree with that. And we need to align with anybody that is opposed to Christian nationalism and tearing down the wall of separation of church and state. We're not going to win if we do otherwise. So in the how full of shit are they departments? Allow me to talk. I was speaking with attorney Monica Miller from the American humanist association about the Supreme Court's ruling on that big ass Florida cross. On taxpayer funded government property and the Supreme Court issues another stellar ruling that essentially says, well, the cross isn't actually Christian. And recital. Can we talk about that? We can. So I've got a whole chapter on the bladensburg cross in the book. So, you know, I mean, all of the modern cases that you're seeing where the Supreme Court is working to tear down the wall of separation of church and state and weaponize religious freedom. I have a chapter in American crusade on, so I've got one on the cross case, one of the masterpiece cake shop case, and then I also go over the history. And I wanted to present this in a way that was really accessible for anyone. So this isn't a book that is written by a lawn nerd, okay. It was written by a lot of nerds. I wrote it for everybody. Anybody can think of this. And realize and hopefully then after they realize turn around and help fight against this truly dangerous threat, not just to our constitution, but to all of our democracy. So I do get into the cross case and this is another example. I interviewed
The Dan Patrick Show
"stroop" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Hi, John. Hi, Dan. Hey, you love you, good morning. Thank you, John. Hey, watch every night on SportsCenter. Wanted to talk to wanted to talk to Pauly though. I wanted to wish him happy birthday. Okay. I wanted to thank you're welcome, Paula. I wanted to give him some advice I probably. I know we all know how you get a big chubby for foliage. And I wanted to recommend, I have a place in the finger lakes. And I know you like to go north, but come west and check out the finger lakes. We've got wineries. We've got brew pubs. We've got breweries and distilleries. October is a great month for foliage and all the wineries are always doing harvest that's harvest time for the wine grapes. So they're always doing harvest parties, live music and there's been breakfast. We got the low down here. You had me at breweries. I've never been to the finger lakes. That's like by Rochester and Syracuse. I didn't hear the word soup stroll. Well, that's what we're doing tonight. Yeah, but does the finger lakes have a soup string? I'm gonna guess they do, but Pauly invited me to a soup stroll tonight, and I wasn't quite sure what it was, but it sounded fun, and I said, well, are you going to complicate things by bringing your wife and kids? And you didn't give me an answer. That's negotiable. Okay. I've technically married to them. Tonight, maybe not so much. When you're dressed for a nice Vermont soup stroll. I am. Oh, yeah. I mean, I went autumnal today. So what happens at soup stroll stays at stroop storm? The situation right there? Could be. Could be. Whatever you said. Super strong. Sure. Tyler and South Dakota. Hi, Tyler. How are you? Hey, Dan. This call is for Polly. Wow. Happy birthday to you. I think that's enough. That's enough of that. I'm not making Ed Reed for that. Poor Ed. Don't want to do that. Ed Reed Hall of Famer. Joining us on behalf of crown royal. We've got a partnership there, the former Raven former defensive player of the year. He's also a Hall of Famer. Let's see how the beard looks there. Ed joins us now. Ed. How are you doing? I'm good, man. How's it going? You want to hit anybody? No. Did you, but we had Ross Tucker on, played in the NFL. He said he missed the violence. You miss violence? Oh, no. No. Somebody's calling my phone. Uh oh. Can you see me still? Yeah, yeah, I can see you. Yeah, you look good. Yeah, so you don't miss the violence. Do I miss the violence? No. I don't see a person. Unless they locked up in prison somewhere. You miss violence. Yeah. You know? Okay, wait to get out. But no, man, I do not miss the violence at all. You know, I'm actually chief of staff at the university of Miami. So I'm around it. You know, a good bit. I'm teaching it. You know, I'm letting kids know that this is a violent sport, you know what I'm saying? So I don't miss it, man. I do miss, you know, the times of the preparing for the game and being with my teammates and having them over to my house and watching film and taking them out, we go and get dinner and stuff like that. The camaraderie part. But, you know, nah, I don't really miss the contact and all that like that, you know? The position that you played and how much has changed over the years free safety. It's changed a good bit. It's changing a bit football hasn't changed, but the rules and everything has changed some things on, you know, on how you can attack certain things. You know, so it's always evolving. You gotta be smart, you know. The first thing I tell players about playing football, you gotta be a smart player. You know, you gotta be able to adapt football is life life is football. And life you gotta got football is the same thing. You know, so, you know, I was just talking about this on how there's so many rude changes made players timid on what they wanna do, how they wanna play on the football field. You know, but you train to be a certain way in the off season, you know? So you gotta be able to let it go. But I don't see that out there with many players. I see a little timid, maybe maybe the rules or something to holding them back. You know, it's definitely skewed towards the offense because they want to produce points, you know, fans like the excitement of points and everything. So it don't seem like it works in the favor, the defense. It never did. If I put your ravens defense out there now, how impactful is that defense? Very impactful, very impactful. You know, we wasn't one of those defenses you've seen that was out there with ill real just, you know, knocking helmet off, you know, we hit people hard, but we wasn't doing it illegally. You know, like, you know, our robbery team, you know, with other players over there, you know, they had some dirty players, you know, over there, and that's how they played the game. You could see how the robbery between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Cincinnati Bengals had picked up on how both of those teams were playing the dirtiest game, you know, I don't think we've seen that type of football since the 70s or the early 80s where teams are really taking shots at each other. But who was dirty that you played against? Who are you referring to? My rivalry team. I played for the Baltimore raiders. My robbery team was black and gold, you know? I don't have to point out specific players because people should know. You follow the game, you know? I don't have to tell you Hans ward was a different place. There was a rule as a rule after there's a rule. And I'm not harping on it. I'm not bitter about it. It is what it is. Like I never, even though he was dirty towards me, I never went back at him. As much as I could have, I never did. Why did he have an out for you? I mean, they were they Pittsburgh had that old school mentality and they still do. Really in the simplicity, you know, and I love it, man. It's by any means necessary. You know, but it shouldn't be at the expense of taking a person out. You know, but they wanted to win by any means. Necessary man, you know? And if that's taking the player out and him losing, you know, his consciousness or, you know, maybe even missing a year. They didn't seem like they cared. But if you see Heinz ward, I've told Heinz ward just to his face, so he already know, but we've hashed that out, man. You know, I got it out, you know, we talked about it. It is what it is, you know? Hans and I shot a commercial get a road in the car together there. We talked about this. You know, he knows.
The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"stroop" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"With Bobby on the horse racing radio network. Presented by Caesar's race book. Confirmed on the outside has the lead by your neck. How long the inside moves in the second by a half length. It's spectacular between those two and third, but dropping back a bit. Gallon fest is still fourth as they enter the stretch. On the outside, our firmed on the railings crossed over between those two spectacular bid. Those tree now across the track approaching the 8th pole, affirmed once again draws clear by a Lake on the inside at spectacular bed in second. Coastal is dropping back in third, past the 16th pole, affirmed on the outside, takes this race, horse of the year of firm in front. Now, here is Bobby Newman. Ah, that was the voice of Marshall Cassidy back in 1979 with the call of the grade one jockey club gold cup, one by the immortal of firm, turned out to be the final race of his illustrious career win number 22 from 29 career starts and capped off a 1979 racing season where he saw 7 straight wins 6 of them in grade one competition he won the stroop stakes, the San Anita handicapped the California and the Hollywood gold cup, the Woodward and the jockey club gold cup and somewhere along the way. He actually threw out an allowance went in as well at Belmont park. Welcome to bedding with Bobby, presented by Caesar's race book here on the horse racing radio network horse racing fans rejoice. The Caesars race book app has arrived. Bet on races attracts around the
"stroop" Discussed on WTOP
"In a lot of people are excited Yes golf masters tees off Thursday and a familiar face will be on the course Well as of right now I feel like I am going to play As of right now I'm going to play 9 more holes tomorrow My recovery has been good I've been very excited about how I've recovered each and every day And that's been the challenge That's why I came up here and tested out for 27 holes You know that voice it's 5 time winner and 15 time major champion Tiger Woods He will start his first round at Augusta national at ten 34 Thursday morning defending champ Hideki matsuyama is in the very next stroop with Justin Thomas and U.S. amateur champ James pai to exhibition baseball nationals beat the New York mets 14 nothing Nelson Cruz belts a Grand Slam opening day less than 48 hours away Women's college basketball Maryland guard Ashley ouzo enters the transfer portal the junior was second on the team in scoring and assists this past winter Men supes Georgetown sophomore Kobe Clark enters the transfer portal in two years with the hoyas the Ford made one start and appeared in 21 games NBA wizards facing Minnesota two days after allowing 144 points to Boston the Timberwolves by the way lead the league in scoring 8 p.m. start on 1500 a.m. Dave Preston WTO sports All right thanks Top stories were following for you right now on WTO 6 charred bodies piled together and being investigated tonight in bucha the town near Kyiv Ukraine were graphic evidence of killings and torture has emerged This following though with withdrawal of Russian forces it's not clear who the people were or under what circumstances they were killed one of the bodies was smaller than the others likely a child If you're a student borrower you can breathe a little easier now The Biden administration is extending its paws on federal loan repayments through the end of August Former president Obama was back at The White House for the first time since early 2017 This is the 12th anniversary of ObamaCare and the former president looked on as President Biden announced steps to make healthcare more affordable That includes closing a loophole that keeps millions of families from qualifying for subsidies Keep it here on WTO for more on these stories in just minutes In other news it was a controversial emergency Bill in D.C. meant to smooth the pathway to getting a hold of medical marijuana Had it passed and he won 21 and older could have gotten medical pot without a prescription Well tonight we learned it's not moving forward in the D.C. council Critics of the emergency Bill praised the result however they say they're still needs to be broader access for those who want a legal seat at the table There's a limited number of licenses the cost of them is very prohibitive A kosho Ali is D.C.'s NAACP branch president She says equity in D.C.'s marijuana industry is still an issue Less than 30% of those that have legal marijuana licenses are minorities and even a smaller percentage of those are black Ollie and other council members say the whole complicated issue is an example of the need for D.C. statehood Liz Anderson WTO news Next in money news Wall Street sees losses across the board and why carnival is back to having fun again on the high seas I'm Steve drezner 6 18 Traffic and weather On the 8s back to Dave dildine in the WTO traffic setting From Laurel toward greenbelt toward Washington on the Baltimore Washington Parkway if you're southbound go ahead and take yourself off the Parkway at orbee for the capitol beltway southbound traffic is bumper to bumper and diverted off the BW Parkway at Maryland four 50 The closure at a crime scene and investigation Northbound on the BW Parkway traffic slowly gets by this but with lots of onlooking I 95 no major incidents reported I 97 southbound south end at route 50 a crash but the lanes should be open now On two 70 in Montgomery county 5 crashes in a short period of time northbound pastel Georgetown road on the northbound ramp to shady grove road And in the main lanes before and after I three 70 the final wreck on two 70 north of three 70 in the main lanes involved several cars and initially blocked the setter of the main lanes The 5th crash was southbound near the truck scales but that is clear in southbound delays are easing In Virginia heavy on the interloop toward the legion bridge otherwise uneventful on the.
The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"stroop" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"The name, the name of the race, it all just blends. It all seems to make sense, right? It is the hunch play of the night. Not much to kill is very impressive winning the local prep for this race. And I would imagine she's going to be very, very tough to handle again. That was the miss blue bonnet. This race is in a mile in the 16th versus being that one of the mile. It doesn't matter for her, obviously. She's an off the pace type who's going to benefit if things unfold a little bit in front of her. I didn't want to turn this into a chalk braid, so I figured I'd pick against one of the favorites along the way. I took number 7 discrete smile who's coming back off the layoff. She's now back in the care of Johnny Johnston after racing for the late Larry stroop throughout 2020 into 2021. Maybe she's not the same mayor, but we can still see the two races she ran for Johnny Johnson back in the late summer of 2019 and iron Diego is getting on board. He's going to put her on the lead. I don't know if they'll be able to stay, but I thought it was at least provided an interesting alternative to know my tequila. The problem I have with horses like no much tequila mic is that from a wagering perspective, she was a good price last time out. Now she's completely exposed. It's the old saying. If you missed the wedding, don't go to the funeral. And you're going to take probably 6 to 5 on the horse that was ten to one last time out. Granted, this is an easier field top to bottom. But I'd use her in the early picks, but I would make sure that I have a little bit of coverage with a slightly better price. Yeah, try to pick up a little bit of value for sure. Why not? Who do you think you'll be calling across the finish line first in the yellow rose steaks, which is the race following that one. What a terrific little race. It's a small field, but very competitive. And I think legitimately, you can make a case for four of these 6. I like she's our fastest, who's been one of the more consistent Texas bread, so he's over the last couple of years. But the new shooter in here is lady a, who's not faced off with the likes of I'm a discreet lady, Bernie, and she's our fastest. And if the lady a's that I saw in January was the one that was going post word, I'd be very concerned about whether she was good enough to wire this field. I should say, I wouldn't be as concerned. She would definitely be a major win candidate. She just hasn't been quite as sharp in our last two starts and I wonder if maybe her speed figures backsliding a little bit is a sign that she might not necessarily be in quite the same form. I think she's our fastest is going to get a really good set up here. If I'm a discreet lady was drawn outside, I think it would make a difference. But she's got the rails. So she's going to have to be on the hustle from the start. And obviously, you're going to have lady a's and Bernie showing a lot of speed as well, even metallic silver who's overmatched. Can gas up this pace a little bit. And that should really play to she's our fastest strength. Being the horse that wants to sit back and make one run. And I like the running line last time. The middle move going 7 and a half, cutting back now to 6. I also don't want to hold that January race against her where it looked to me as if Bernie just got away with very, very easy fractions along the way. So I think she's our fastest is the interesting horse from a price and pay scenario perspective. Just two more stakes to look at the borough last stakes, which is race number 7, and then the 9th race of the evening, which is the star of Texas stakes, which concludes the stakes races on Texas champions day. Tell me about the borough last. Yeah, I'm going to take a little bit of a hard line here against the one two three finishers from the two altus arno, who didn't exactly wow me, Texas under really did all the running that night setting a fast pace and then holding off eagle express. I just feel like the horses that are participating against them are a lot better than those three. So I went to I'm a sky traveler who's a little bit of a long shot. She's coming back on short rest when last seen just 8 days ago. I thought she ran a bang up race against older horses, had trouble out of the gate, ended up having to make a wide move early to contest the pace and really stayed on gamely to the finish. She's cutting back to 6 now and there is a ton of speed in here. The Texas thunder is going to go to the front. You've got the majority of the horses drawn on the outside that look like they'll show speed more lingerie to some extent to land as well. I think this thing could get quick early and that could set things up for a late running type. I picked Texas ask at Queen second. She's moving back into state bread company after three tries against the open company rivals of the first of which was a really impressive win here at Sam Houston in January. And talanta is the other horse that I would use. This would just be four 7 8 for me. And I hope that we can maybe get a little value with iron sky traveler who really ought to get a nice pace set up. Well, we wrap up the stakes action with a one mile main track race that's the $100,000 star of Texas stakes race number 9. It's a field of 9 set to go to the post direct dial. Certainly going to take a little bit of play under jockey Stewart Elliott. You have a couple of others in there that certainly can make some noise too. Tell me about that one. Yeah, it's funny. We actually Sam Houston had taken this race off of Texas champion state because it was drawing a small field consistently and was an uncompetitive race. And the funny thing, of course, is that it's the best race tonight. So it's really competitive top to bottom..
Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
"stroop" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
"Of safety and service standards, Lee was seen to smoke an E cigarette during the flight, both flight attendants sat on metal, galley, boxes, and violation of safety rules. And they watched a video on an iPad together. Lee was also caught giving out a mini bottle of vodka to an economy pass passenger for free. Not standing in the correct position for the safety demonstration. And breaking United's internal rule for carrying out a mid flight water service. After several months of investigations the two flight attendants decided to retire before they were fired. Stroop had worked as a flight attendant with the united for 29 years, while Lee had been with united for more than 40 years. They were aged 55 and 61 years old, respectively, at the time they left united. Shortly after leaving the airline, the two ex crew members filed a suit against the united, claiming age discrimination. During a 5 day trial, the flight attendants convinced the jury that United's witnesses lacked credibility that United's explanations were inconsistent and that there had been no procedural irregularities. Stupidly didn't try to hide the fact that they had broken the rules, but claimed they were commonplace and minor, and that similar transgressions from other flight attendants hadn't warranted dismissal. In fact, United's internal policies suggested flight attendants be subject to gradually escalating levels of discipline. But in this case, the airline was attempting to fire the crew members. We concluded that there was substantial evidence to support the jury's verdict, the appeal judges wrote in their verdict. More specifically, there was sufficient evidence for a jury to reasonably determine that United States at reasons for disciplining plaintiffs were a pretext for unlawful age discrimination. They had this two flight attendants had sought $1 million in compensation, but owing to the appeal, united must now pay double the original sum. In an emailed statement, a spokesperson for united said, it's not fair. They are proud of united is proud of its diverse workforce that includes employees in every age range we will continue to hire and retain people who enjoy long careers at the airline, the statement concluded. Well, what do you think? I think they would have, I mean, they obviously won the case. So, you know, but I think the fact that they resigned and weren't actually fired for me would be a clincher. I would go, well, you know? You didn't even give the company a chance to complete its investigation and do a proper 8 hour review of your actions, et cetera, et cetera. So you resigned before that occurred, or was completed. Yeah. So I'm going to understand why this case has gone the way it has. Yeah, that's kind of the same way. If they had definitely been fired, then I would think that they definitely have a case in court, but if they voluntarily retired, you know, I don't know. I agree with you. I mean, to me, it seems that sitting on a box watching a movie on your iPad and smoking your E cigarette during flight would probably be sufficient grounds for firing without any warning. I don't know. You are the Kevin crow are definitely the face of the company in front of the passengers. And their behavior and the cabin while they're at work has to reflect the values of the company and they definitely weren't doing that. I think it's completely irrelevant and irrelevant if they gave a passenger a vodka because they might have been just trying to placate someone who didn't something didn't quite work out for them I'll give you a free drink and there was something else there that was pretty trivial. So I don't know why you bought that up. But yeah. Two reports, one from another cam crew presumably a senior one and from one of their senior observers that they were shirking their duties and behaving badly on the aircraft thing that should have been sufficient to fire them. I mean, it could be that there were just, you know, both of them super slackers. It looks it appears that way from some of the evidence presented here in this article, but as the point was made that there was supposed to go through escalating levels of discipline and it seems I just wanted a shortcut this one and just go directly to trying to either get them to quit or eventually fire them. Yeah. I don't know. I agree with you. I mean, I don't know if the company have actually written down all the levels and what you need to do to achieve those levels. I need to have a look at their books to see them. Well, we'll go ahead and I have them here. I'll go ahead and email them to me. Okay. We'll do. In the meantime, though, I think that it's now time. Thank goodness for the.
Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
"stroop" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
"In size with the life vests that were removed from rose 17 and 18. The following morning the drug mules were instructed to get help from an American Airlines gate agent who allowed them to pre board the flight, and remove the drugs from the life vest bends without any other passengers around them. On arrival in Miami, the flight was met by customs and border protection officers and the two meals were taken into custody. They both pleaded guilty to possession with intent to distribute and have already been sentenced in a Florida court. Prosecutors prosecuted hard time down there. Yeah, I think we're going to do some time in the slammer for sure. Flight attendants aren't routinely tasked with making sure life vests haven't been tampered with, but airlines do carry regular checks, carry out regular checks which can range from making sure every life vest is correctly stowed to just sampling a certain percentage of them on board. Another great comment here. Another novel way of smuggling. I haul boxes again. I imagine that jet having to ditch powder flying everywhere. Happiest water landing ever. Yeah. This water feels so good. You go to life first. Oh man. All right. Moving on. This is from, again, paddle your own canoe. An airline pilot accused of murdering an elderly couple is suing his former employer for unfair dismissal after bosses sacked him when he was remanded into custody. Greg Lynn, 55 years old of Caroline springs to the west of Melbourne, Australia, stands accused of murdering elderly campers, Carol clay and Russell hill, the couple went missing during a camping trip in March 2020, but their bodies were only found on November 30th, 2021. That's why a year and a half later. Yeah. It took two months for police to eventually identify the couple because of the advanced level of decomposition of their bodies. Lin was arrested in December and has not been found guilty of any crime ahead of his trial later this year. But baz's at jetstar sacked him in January because his present circumstances prevent him from working as a captain on the airlines a three 20 fleet. The TWU, the transport workers union, have taken up Lin's case, and has accused jet star of denying him procedural fairness. In a letter to the airline, the union said Lin's dismissal was harsh, unjust, and unreasonable. The two sides were unable to come to an agreement so the case has now been referred to the fair work commission. Lynn, the accused pilot argues that he can't be expected to attend work because he is in custody, pending his trial. But he has not been found guilty of any crime or workplace misconduct. Yeah, like you're innocent until proven guilty, right? Absolutely. And I suppose, by the letter of the law, even if this guy turns out to be guilty, then no one's going to care, but according to the letter of the law, you know, you can't deny him his wages. If he is currently innocent, I'm sure you could figure some way around. Most airlines in my experience when someone has been accused of a fairly heinous crime. They find a way to make them go away. So they usually have them resign. And I don't know what inducements they use, never having been in that situation. But they didn't catch me. So I suspect it would be monetary or something. Because the airline just don't want to be associated with the most unemployed anymore. But I think Jack style probably made a bit of a mistake here. They should have given the guy the benefit of the doubt until. Unless across the police have a cast iron case against him in which case, you still got to wait for him to have him. Guilty verdict, but I have less sympathy for him. Right. I mean, I know that he did it. No, I'm just kidding. But just look at the picture of Jerry will. He looks guilty to me. Yeah, I must have been. He's not a conventional looking I don't know. He looks like a happy bloke. Micah makes a good point. I thought airline pilots were allowed to murder elderly couples, kind of like marrying people, like a captain on the ship two months. Well, we should kill hold them. Main man, Micah. I think there's a captain of an aircraft we're allowed to kill holes someone. Sounds painful to me. I didn't know what that means. What does that mean? How will you tie them to hands and feet and drag them under the bottom of your ship and on one side and not the other? That's pretty good. Rarely survived key I'll kill holding was the nasty piece. Just make them walk the plank from 30,000 feet, you know? Yeah, Tony Smith says, if he turns out to be innocent, he will not need to work again. Yeah, true. Well, he'll have a good. You know what though? That elderly couple probably just wouldn't keep their yapping down and he had to do something about it. Well, yeah, absolutely. Probably got older Dana's baseball bat. No. Oh, let's move on. To this last item in the you'll be happy to know everybody. The last item in the news notebook. Again, from paddle your own canoe. Liz, you've got to get you need to start looking at other sources. And you know, I think at least 50% of these stories are actually true. All right. Stop it. So let's see. United Airlines will pay two veteran flight attendants more than $2 million in compensation after a federal appeals court agreed with a previous jury finding that the airline had fired the long serving flight attendants based on their age. In a lengthy 52 page ruling the tenth circuit of appeals tenth circuit Court of Appeals found that there was sufficient evidence for a jury to reasonably conclude that united had discriminated against the flight attendants because of their age. The dispute can be traced back to 2013 when a flight attendant made an internal complaint about two of her coworkers, Denver based flight attendants, Jeannie stroop and Ruben Lee. Stroop and Lee were accused of breaking United's rules by watching a movie on an iPad while on duty during a flight. So a supervisor was tasked with observing them during a short flight between Denver and San Francisco around 5 weeks later. During this flight, the supervisor claims to observe the flight attendants break a slew.
The Promised Podcast
"stroop" Discussed on The Promised Podcast
"That song is reishit by Oli danone with my yohanan. And now it's time for our second discussion. So Miriam are our schools teaching the Holocaust all wrong. Okay, everyone, get out your number two pencils and start sharpening. Last week was the nationwide matriculation exam the bagrut in history for 11th graders. That test counts for just under 10% of all the matriculation exams, the results of which partially determine what subjects kids will eventually be eligible to study in which universities. So here's a pop matriculation test, this in its entirety is what one of the questions was like. It's actually a study question from a previous year that the education ministry posted to help students study for this year's exam. Okay, are you ready? Here's the setup. Part a, the following are the conditions of admission to the Nazi youth movement, the Hitler youth in 1936. Every German youth aged 14 and above shall be accepted into Hitler youth, he shall bring a certificate attesting to his Aryan origins, a certificate of Aryan origin, must include information about the parents and grandparents on the side of the mother and the father, and he must bring a certificate attesting to hereditary health for the certificate of health the candidate shall be examined by a German physician with respect to his state of health, the physician must fill out the health questionnaire that is appended to the admission application. Now here's the question on the exam. Explain how each of the principles of Nazi ideology is given expression in this sources quote, from the textbook, choose another source that expresses the principle you have written about and explain how that principle is given expression in the source you have chosen. Ground your answer in two examples from the source. 13 points. Part B of this question is present another principle of Nazi ideology explain how two of the steps taken by the Nazis in the years 1933 to 1938 fulfilled that principle and that's worth 12 points. This two part question, which is pretty similar to years of questions posted on the education ministry's site, is according to our opinion writer, uri misgiving, sick, neurotic, and misguided. Misgiving writes is there any other country that demands that its students delve so deeply into the minutia of Nazi ideology, an already loony obsession has lurched out of control. Miss gove is mystified by the insane punctilious with which Nazi ideology is studied down to its tiny nuances. Which he sees as a form of quote sanctifying the pathological ideology by forcing young people to study it in meticulous detail. He writes that Israeli high school students have to be able to recite the Nuremberg laws and the main decisions made it the one C conference in their sleep, commit to memory, the differences between concentration camps and death camps be experts in the minutiae of life in the ghetto, analyze the different approaches of the various uden write and youth movements compare the report of the SS Brigadier Führer's stroop about the Warsaw ghetto uprising and the words of mortgag, who led the revolt and more. It's insane, miss God writes. It's absurd. Miss Cox complaint has at least two elements. He thinks we force feed our kids with too much Holocaust to the exclusion of other things and he thinks we teach our kids the wrong things about the Holocaust, focusing almost exclusively on the motivations and ideology of the Nazis themselves as though the most pressing thing for an Israeli kid to understand is the heart of Nazis and what made them tick. In fact, there were traditionally two matriculation exams in history, one that used to be in tenth grade and one in 11th grade. The first exam tested kids on ancient Jewish history, and either second temple period history or medieval Jewish history. The second test's kids on modern Jewish history beginning in the 19th century, more or less with the Emancipation in Europe and the rise of Zionism and dividing its subject into three periods, pioneering Zionism and Jewish settlement of Palestine, the Holocaust and what led up to it and the creation of the State of Israel. The Holocaust then is about one 6th of the high school history curriculum, which is admittedly narrow, but if you read through the education ministry's description of what history they want to teach tenths to 12th graders, it's still more interesting than miss gov, maybe allows. A few years back, the first matriculation exam was shifted to a 11th grade, too. There is talk of possibly canceling all the matriculation exams in the humanities beginning next year. Meaning having the kids write papers about humanities and getting tested just on math and science. So things could change further. A teacher named Gilad Mani responded to miss gov in its op-ed, saying he exaggerated greatly, the degree to which students are expected to memorize the minutiae of Nazi ideology. Maybe that was true in me. God wasn't high school 30 years ago, now students are tested on their historical thinking comparison analysis of sources distinguishing between fact and opinion, expressing personal positions and more. And for a variety of reasons many rights, the Holocaust is actually an excellent subject upon which to practice historical thinking. It matters to the students and to the world. It is copiously documented. It brings together ideas ideologies and practices all in extremists and it has something to teach us about the past and about the present. That notwithstanding the two questions miss gov raises are good ones. Are our kids taught too much Holocaust? Are our kids taught the wrong things about the Holocaust. So Alison, what do you think? Definitely too much Holocaust. To the point and this is not so much on the subject of the bug growth, but overall, and from too young and age, which in a way is unavoidable because we have these ceremonies with the sirens and they need to know what the context is. But I have a legendary story of my four year old returning home from pre kindergarten talking about a boy named eater did this in each of that in each of his terrible and I was like, who's eater? And it turns out he was talking about Hitler..
The MMQB NFL Podcast
"stroop" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast
"A NFL pocket? Yeah, I think that's a great point, Gary, because you often hear the high floor assessment of quarterbacks. And not always are the high floor quarterbacks actually high floor quarterbacks. I mean, we heard that about Sam darnold a few years back, right? So, but I think where the Patriots were able to make that assessment accurately, I think that's where bell checks friendship with Saban comes in because he was able to have a thorough in depth understanding, perhaps more than any other NFL talent evaluator about the things that Jones had behind the scenes, the things that don't necessarily show up on tape to make him confident that he had those other compensating abilities that processing speed the ability to get the ball out or to withstand pressure. The things that you just described Gary that if you don't have mobility, you absolutely have to have in order to play right away. So I think Belichick was more able perhaps than others to get that information because he's so close with Saban. And thus was confident in his assessment of Jones as a high floor guy. But it's not necessarily an easy assessment to come to in a lot of different circumstances. And a lot of those player comps are so problematic, right? In general, because they are, they disinform the scouting process, right? Because if you're saying I want to Mac Jones, where does the scouts start? He starts at the beginning of the process, looking at quarterbacks and trying to basically overlap them onto an archetype. And I think what's interesting is two things. One quarterbacks coach told me that, you know, throughout the pre draft process, you can see how teams react this way. And there's a general. I'm not going to say unintelligent, but heard mentality, where the quarterbacks coach said, if something is popular right now at the moment, like if Mac Jones is popular, I'll take Mac Jones best throw. I'll coach my quarterback to do it and then it is pro day he'll do it 8 times in front of scouts and then that just completely messes up their whole value block. And they're just like, nope, this is Mac Jones. This is Mac Jones. We have to take this guy. And the flip side to that is another quarterback's coach. Well, movement trainer, Bobby stroop, who works with Patrick Mahomes said, could you imagine? Like when Patrick was getting coming of age, Peyton Manning was the archetype. If everybody tried to teach Patrick Mahomes, how to be Peyton Manning, Patrick Mahomes wouldn't exist. There would be no Patrick Mahomes, and that would have screwed everything up. And so the problem with these archetypes is like you can't even say you're looking for your next Lamar Jackson because what are you doing then? You're overlaying your expectations onto a quarterback that is not Lamar Jackson. And that is just problematic from day one. Yeah, and to that point, Connor, I think the best expectation to have is the quarterback that we take and we develop is going to win games in the way that his skill set and this quarterback is best suited to. And that is what the Patriots have done with Mac Jones. The M mq NFL podcast is Jenny Bret Connor ore and me, Gary Grammy. We are produced by Shelby royson, SI's executive producer of podcasts and Scott brodie and our senior podcast producer is Dan bloom. Mark rebic is at Meredith's editor of the mqv and Andy Benoit is the founder of the mqb NFL podcast. Be sure to subscribe to this feed on Apple podcasts and once you do, please leave a rating and review because it really does help other people find the show, which is also available on Spotify, stitcher, SI dot com and wherever else you listen to podcasts..
Oh No Ross and Carrie
"stroop" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie
"A licensed certified healer and this is my little bed where my client Ross I believe will be lying. You will have this dog on this path as well. And then here we have beautiful display lights all symbolic of something and everyone should know I did not see this coming. I showed up Harry had the lights down incense burning. Soothing voice. And I was like all racing in like, okay. Let's record. What are you doing? What's going on? Is this all for the bachelorette? Oh, yeah, you thought it was about. Oh, that's quite all right, are you Ross? Yeah. Oh, welcome. Greeting or something? No, no. This is for my new clients. I actually am a crystal healer. I have just earned my certification. And my new client, whose name is Russ blucher. Is on his way. Now, if he needs a minute, which maybe he does, that's quite all right. That was my first thought you were setting up this big thing for beowulf to come over for you to watch the bachelorette with the lights down. Cleanse him. Okay, so I had to select the stones and program them for your session. And one of the things I would learn later in a different module but applies here is that different colors have different healing properties, right? Oh yes, I like how you phrase that. Right? Yeah. It's just like, well, I've phrased things so that you agree with that. Yeah, do you want to be disagreeable? Or do colors feel us? Okay, so you might take from that and that, oh, if I want to clear the chakra that is associated with the color green, I should go and grab a green stone. Okay. No. No. No. Wow, what a rookie. You have to program that stone to be green. I thought you were going to say something like, oh, when you see a color, like something looks blue, it's actually absorbing every color, but blue. No, not like that. No, no, that's way too advanced for this. Okay. In order to make it have green energy, you need to hold the stone and say, green, green, green, green, green, green, green, green, green, green, green, green, green, green, green. I noticed you doing that during a recession and it almost sounded like you were starting to say gangrene. Gang ring gang ring gang ring. So you have to do that for each color in each zone. Nowhere in the course didn't deal with like, wait, so can I just make a red stone green? Why are you telling me to collect different colors of stones if I program them anyway? Yeah. I don't know. Okay, there's no answer to this. No, there's no no answer. Yeah, all right. So that's weird. Then it's like a weird little stroop test or something. It looks like it's yellow, but I'm calling it blue, blue, blue. Oh, yeah, totally. That's a good analogy. So module three, by the way, one method of cleansing crystals that is very useful is to put your crystals in brown rice. They will suck out all that energy. Oh, interesting. Brown rice specifically. Okay. This might be a good time to mention there's that common myth that if your phone is somehow waterlogged, if you put it in a bag with rice that will somehow desiccated or pull out the moisture. Apparently not. When I worked at the James Randy educational foundation, my terrible boss and terrible boyfriend who overlapped. They both thought that that was real, and it gave me like am I the insane one? Feeling? I was like, I'm pretty sure that's not real, and then my boyfriend at the time took his phone and put it in some rice, and he and my boss were both like, no, Carrie, it really does work. After he dropped it in a pool or something? Yeah, something like that. Okay, well anyways. Don't think that one checks out. Anyway, yeah, no, it did not work. So a module three had also asked me for two methods to attune my stones, but they had only taught me one, so that here's an example of me making shit up. They were asking me about a tuning. Their example of how to attune had been laying the crystals on your body over each chakra. And I just made this up. I said, another attunement method is laying them in front of an altar of photos of yourself, your ancestors, and if applicable your guru. Okay. Total care invention. Yep, and then I said, it's ideal to leave a bowl of carrots nearby. Pass. Now they give you like a percentage score. Yeah. Like you need to. You need 60% to pass. And they send you an email each time you want to know what I got a model three? I want to know. Okay. Okay, hang on. I'll draw three assessment. 92%. Oh, 92, that's very specific. And three out of three on the carrots question. All right. Wow. Okay, balls apart four. Proper methods of storing crystals. Oh, this is so important. This is so important. Do not do not be a fool, a freaking fool, and put all your crystals in a bowl. Oh my God, can you imagine? If you put all your crystals in a bowl Ross, they will just shoot their energies off into each other and they all get like diluted and they're all sending the same messages at the same time. Oh no, does it weaken the power of the crystal? Well, yes, and then it will amplify their sort of herd mentality because they're all just sending the same signals back and forth and all of a sudden you have like a QAnon railing. Instead of a bunch of colors you just got this muddy brown crystal energy. That's interesting, especially since we so often associate the words crystal and bowl together in a positive way..
The MMQB NFL Podcast
"stroop" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast
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Whether you're a complete beginner or an experienced trader, Gemini has all the tools you will need to build your crypto fortune and tap into the incomparable growth of crypto as the industry leader in crypto safety, security and trust, there's no safer place to invest. The security of your crypto is Gemini's top priority. Gemini, the simple elegant and secure platform to build your crypto portfolio. Visit Gemini dot com today for details on how to invest in your future on a platform built for you, available in all 50 states in more than 50 countries. So what's really fascinating is we're talking about improvisational stuff. And almost by definition, that is stuff that sort of has to come naturally to you. But we now have a generation of coaches trying to coach this into a generation of upcoming quarterbacks. Yeah. And I think it's really interesting because there's a lot of different perspectives on how this can be done. So for example, you go out to California, Jordan Palmer, who has brother of Carson Palmer, is the private quarterbacks coach who has, you know, Josh Allen, Sam darnold, Trevor Lawrence, a couple of these guys. And he will run drills like, for example, he'll have a quarterback drop back and then start kind of shuffling his feet through a rope ladder, and then he's gonna have like four or 5 wide receivers serve running across the field and he wants like NFL wide receivers, but he also wants like 7th graders in that mix because he doesn't want quarterbacks to develop a relationship with receivers. He wants them to be able to independently judge speed and angles. And so quarterback is shuffling his feet through a rope ladder. He's watching all these people go across his line of vision and then one of the receivers is gonna throw a number at him. It's gonna be like three, two or one, and that dictates what kind of throw, the quarterback needs to make like a hard pass, a touch pass or like a medium level pass. And so you're essentially like training the mind not to care about anything except for. This is the guy that I'm throwing the ball to. Here he goes, and it doesn't matter what my feet are doing, you know, like I can handle that with my feet. It doesn't matter what anything else is doing. I can handle it with that. My body is a central processing unit and I'm solely focused on this and you're making a movement decision. You're not, you know, predetermining where the ball is going to go. And then you have guys like Lamar Jackson's coach who I know, Jenny has some great insight on too is just like he sees what Lamar does in games almost like Lamar will do the jump pass and then after the game he'll text him and be like, holy crap. That was amazing. Where'd you think of that? Lamar is like, I don't know, I just did it, and then so the next week, they will practice that. They will add that in to their repertoire. So for 5 minutes, they will do jump passes for 5 minutes. They will throw the ball sidearm. And it's really incredible that some people, you know, it's very mechanical approach or sort of a Spartan approach. Like, okay, you're doing this, so we might as well just keep rehearsing it. Yeah, I think that's really interesting, Connor, you also talked to Bobby stroop who works with Patrick Mahomes and I know I had also heard some of the different things they were doing through the years and what you wrote built on that too. Some of these awkward positions where you skip on one leg and walk on the other jump on one leg, walk on the other land and throw to a random location on the field whenever this one makes a clapping noise just to practice passing the ball out of awkward positions and off platform throws working on how to do that. One thing that I do think is interesting, though, is when you practice so much of the off platform stuff. Also probably have to balance that with the on schedule stuff. And maybe think a little bit about homes early this season and we've sort of been dissecting what's going on with the offense and there's a ton of different moving parts. There's how defenses are playing them. There's a new offensive line, but I think some of it has been mahomes has gotten so used to playing off schedule and off kilter that maybe his timing with the on schedule stuff has gotten a little bit off too. So there does seem to be a balance of if you have those abilities, practicing them and ensuring that you can make those crazy throws, but also doing the routine stuff well too. Yeah, that's really interesting. And one of the things that Bobby said, I don't think that made the article was like, we're trying to let Patrick know that he has gifts that are not necessary on every down, right? But there are gifts that he is drawing from on every down. Right. And so and you see that where during a chiefs game, he'll take the snap and all of a sudden just start like politically floating away from the pocket and you know he wants to put himself in that position because it feels natural, but you know, I think it was something like, you know, we want to be able to allow Patrick to express his body through movement or express his creativity through body movement, right? But there are times when you don't need that at all, right? You need to be on schedule. You need to get the ball out fast, which is why there are so many different guys in this quarterback tutoring industry who are fighting so hard over what the future this looks like. It's like, do you just fold it in? Do you assume that it will come with a mastery of the position like it did for Aaron Rodgers, for example? Or are you trying to microwave this process to where as soon as a quarterback gets into the NFL, he's comfortable making these kind of moves? And it is sort of like a flashpoint to, yes, it's producing more throws, but these amazing throws, but what is sort of the feature of that, right? I mean, like, are we losing a little bit of the mechanics along the way? And a lot of people are very still like steadfast on that. We can not lose the mechanics. Bruce Wayne may appear to be a wealthy Playboy, but beneath this facade, his true identity is that of The Batman. Waging an endless war against crime. Join the caped crusader in Batman, the audio adventures, the first scripted audio original featuring Batman and his villainous rogues gallery in a world premiere story of life and death in Gotham City. Debuting exclusively on HBO Max. Starring Jeffrey Wright as Batman and the who's who of incredible Saturday Night Live alums. 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"From the WTMJ breaking news Center. I'm Kevin Wells, a wind chill advisory now in effect for southeastern Wisconsin until noon today. Those windchills in the overnight hours expected to be around 30 degrees below zero temperatures. Also below zero was cold temperatures will remain for the next couple of days. Storm Team four meteorologist Christian Curse Shane with the latest frostbite risk again. Here's the Timestamp by Sunday morning. Anywhere from 25 to 30 degrees below zero and notice the frostbite time. So we're getting close to 10 15 minutes for exposed skin and those windshields expected to remain below zero All day today as well. However, those sub zero temperatures and wind chills air not enough to stop one outdoor Wisconsin tradition. It's a quick start for Cathy Stroop, who got her first sturgeon in 10 years. I've done this for about 40 years with my dad. It's a family tradition for my sister and I and my dad, it's on the smaller and compared to some being registered here at the Black wolf bolt landing, but it won't go to waste. We have them smoked. We have for years. It's a delicacy. Opening day. Also one of celebration for Matt Ground, Nikki 12 years. How many of you got into my first one? I don't get it. Yes. Other shores of Lake Winnebago, Tony Braddock Wtmj news and a reminder that spirits are allowed to fish from 7 A.m. through 1 p.m. each day for the next 15 days. You must have a spearing license and be above the age of 12 years old, approaching one million covert 19 vaccines administered in Wisconsin. It appears not all of them went to Wisconsin residents. Kenosha County officials say they're now cracking down on Illinois residents that have been crossing the border and receiving their vaccines here in the Badger state. Instead of waiting on Illinois, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, a woman contacted them, alleging that some of her family members in the Chicago suburbs Don't work in Wisconsin. We're able to get vaccinated here. County officials say the vaccination clinics are for Kenosha County residents ages 65 older or for people in certain categories that live or work in the county 10. New debts were recorded in Wisconsin. In the latest numbers, WTMJ forecast overnight tonight a Wind chill advisory in effect until noon today, when chills Ranging from 25 to 35 degrees below zero in the overnight hours. Partly cloudy and again very cold. Today a high of five degrees partly to mostly cloudy. Still gonna be cold wind gusts up to 20 MPH on Monday mostly cloudy with some flurries, breezy and a high of seven degrees. On Tuesday morning Lake Effect. Snow showers, cloudy and a high of 16 Wednesday begins to warm up just a little bit and see mainly cloudy with some flurries but high of 22 degrees Thursday a high of 27 degrees Mostly cloudy but another chance for snow in sports The Milwaukee Brewers miss out on the Justin Turner sweepstakes Turner announcing on Twitter, he will be returning to the Dodgers on a two year deal worth around $34 million in Bucks news. They're back on the court tonight against the Oklahoma City Thunder. Our coverage kicks off at six. O'clock tip off from okay. See at seven. I'm Kevin Wells News radio wtmj. Now show reflecting on classic radio Hollywood 3 60 with your host. Carl. Um are you lost your magic? They knocked you off your game. Your Karlis, What's right out the window. What's with this car? It's not even a real word.
"stroop" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"From the WTMJ breaking news Center. I'm Kevin Wells, a wind chill advisory now in effect for southeastern Wisconsin until noon today. Those windshields in the overnight hours expected to be around 30 degrees below zero temperatures. Also below zero was cold temperatures will remain for the next couple of days. Storm Team four meteorologist Christian her Shane with the latest prospect risk again, here's the Timestamp by Sunday morning. Anywhere from 25 to 30 degrees below zero and notice the frostbite time. So we're getting close to 10 15 minutes for exposed skin and those windshields expected to remain below zero All day today as well. However, those sub zero temperatures and wind chills air not enough to stop one outdoor Wisconsin tradition. It's a quick start for Cathy Stroop, who got her first sturgeon in 10 years. I've done this for about 40 years with my dad. It's a family tradition for my sister and I and my dad, it's on the smaller and compared to some being registered here at the Black wolf bolt landing, but it won't go to waste. We have them smoked. We have for years. It's a delicacy. Opening day. Also one of celebration for Matt Graham, Nikki 12 years Company of the atom Here. My first one not getting, yes. Other shores of Lake Winnebago, Tony Braddock WTMJ news and a reminder that Spears are allowed to fish from 7 A.m. through 1 p.m. each day for the next 15 days. You must have a spearing license and be above the age of 12 years old, approaching one million covert 19 vaccines administered in Wisconsin. It appears not all of them went to Wisconsin residents. Kenosha County officials say they're now cracking down on Illinois residents that have been crossing the border and receiving their vaccines here in the Badger state. Instead of waiting on Illinois, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, a woman contacted them, alleging that some of her family members in the Chicago suburbs Don't work in Wisconsin. We're able to get vaccinated here. County officials say the vaccination clinics are for Kenosha County residents ages 65 older or for people in certain categories that live or work in the county 10. New debts were recorded in Wisconsin. In the latest numbers, WTMJ forecast overnight tonight a Wind chill advisory in effect until noon today, when chills Ranging from 25 to 35 degrees below zero in the overnight hours. Partly cloudy and again very cold. Today a high of five degrees partly to mostly cloudy. Still gonna be cold wind gusts up to 20 MPH on Monday mostly cloudy with some flurries, breezy and a high of seven degrees. Tuesday morning Lake Effect. Snow showers, cloudy and a high of 16 Wednesday it begins to warm up just a little bit and see mainly cloudy with some flurries but high of 22 degrees Thursday, a high of 27 degrees Mostly cloudy but another chance for snow in sports The Milwaukee Brewers miss out on the Justin Turner sweepstakes Turner announcing on Twitter, he will be returning to the Dodgers on a two year deal worth around $34 million in Bucks news. They're back on the court tonight against the Oklahoma City Thunder. Our coverage kicks off at six. The clock tip off from okay. See at seven. I'm Kevin Wells News radio wtmj. No show reflecting on classic radio Hollywood 3 60 with your host car. Lamar is that strange looking man and find you must call him like the laundry man. Detective Agency. Sam, Sweetheart. I don't know what to do. Rabbi every night He listens to the radio. I can't keep him away. One ranger. The shadow the masked Avenger. This.
"stroop" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"In effect for southeastern Wisconsin until noon today. Those windshields in the overnight hours expected to be around 30 degrees below zero temperatures. Also below zero was cold temperatures will remain for the next couple of days. Storm Team four meteorologist Christian her Shane with the latest frostbite risk again, here's the Timestamp by Sunday morning. Anywhere from 25 to 30 degrees below zero and notice the frostbite time. So we're getting close to 10 15 minutes for exposed skin and those windshields expected to remain below zero All day today as well. However, those sub zero temperatures and wind chills air not enough to stop one outdoor Wisconsin tradition. It's a quick start for Cathy Stroop, who got her first sturgeon in 10 years. I've done this for about 40 years with my dad. It's a family tradition for my sister and I and my day out, it's on the smaller and compared to some being registered here at the Black wolf bolt landing, but it won't go to waste. We have, um, smoked we have for years. It's a delicacy Opening day. Also one of celebration for Matt Graham, Nikki 12 years. How many of you got me? My first one? I don't get it. Yes. Other shores of Lake Winnebago, Tony Braddock Wtmj news and a reminder that Spears are allowed to fish from 7 A.m. through 1 p.m. each day for the next 15 days. You must have a spearing license and be above the age of 12 years old, approaching one million covert 19 vaccines administered in Wisconsin. It appears not all of them went to Wisconsin residents. Kenosha County officials say they're now cracking down on Illinois residents that have been crossing the border and receiving their vaccines here in the Badger state. Instead of waiting on Illinois, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. A woman contacted them, alleging that some of her family members in the Chicago suburbs that don't work in Wisconsin, we're able to get vaccinated here. County officials say the vaccination clinics are for Kenosha County residents ages 65 older or for people in certain categories that live or work in the county. 10. New debts were recorded in Wisconsin..
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Empty The Pews with Ex-Evangelical Chrissy Stroop
"Hi I'm Christie stroup. I'm a transgender. Ex jellicoe sorry not sorry so you and I first met on twitter. I think around two thousand seventeen shortly after the election. Your Twitter Bio Reids X. Evangelical Writer and Russian History PhD Trans Girl and sometimes snark Easter. I'd like frito briefly. Tell us a little bit about your childhood. Where did you grow up? What was your childhood like so I grew up mostly in north suburb of Indianapolis called. Fisher's was born a small town in Northern Indiana. But my family moved down there When I was around five years old and after kindergarten and with the exception of half of sixth grade I was in Christian schools the entire time of my elementary and secondary education. And when I say Christian school I don't mean a Jesuit Academy or something like that you know the The schools that call themselves Christian schools or Christian Academy's they're usually more like the ones where second lady Karen Pence teaches art where they're very anti. Lgbtq or they mobilized the kids for doing culture wars kind of advocacy and involvements. Illiberal civics if you will so you know. I had a drilled into my head in church and Christian schools from a very early age that liberals are these horrible people who kill babies and we have to stop them and we also have to stop gay people from having rights. Can you talk a little bit? About the history of Evangelical Ism sure the Histories of Evangelical Ism that have been written a lot of them have been written by people who come out of the more like moderate to liberal tradition evangelical right if somewhat sympathetic to it and they want to locate the origins of Evangelical Ism and things like the second grade awakening in the abolitionist movement. And it's true that a kind of evangelical protestantism was a motivating factor for the abolition of slavery in Britain and the United States. But that's not really the ancestor the direct ancestor of what we call evangelical protestantism or what it has mostly become in the United States today. If you WANNA look at what evangelical ISM is in the United States today. And here we're talking mostly about white evangelical. There are some evangelical of color that would also fall into this category but there are also some Christians of color that some people would call evangelical somewhat not someone self defined as evangelical than some would not clear very different and they vote very differently. But you know this right mostly white evangelicalism. It's the descendant of slaveholders Christianity. It's you know the descendant of denominations involved is still all these denominations as well like the Southern Baptist Convention which split off of other Baptists over the issue of slavery because you know these northern Baptist groups decided that they didn't want they didn't think slave owners should be missionaries what became the Southern Baptist Convention. Thought that was very insulting so they broke away so they could have missionary owned slaves. And you know this is also seriously inflected through the Cold War anti communism and in American history that's really inseparable from the civil rights. Movement are far right-wing anticommunist they denounce Martin Luther King as a communist that sort of thing and you know initially people like Jerry Falwell senior. Who of course built the moral majority you know he? He mobilized Christians around opposition to civil rights legislation and integration and today evangelical. Who are still very much in that tradition They try to distance themselves from that history but it is their history and my history too. I mean I grew up that way and they still vote to uphold white supremacism. Even if they won't admit it and there's another key moment there too that I sort of forgot to go over earlier. Which is there. Were these debates in theology in the early twentieth century between the so-called modernists. Who are able to move away from Biblical liberalism and the fundamentalists and this is actually where the term fundamentalists came from. There is a series of pamphlets published starting in Nineteen fifteen called the fundamentals and today's evangelical are also very much the descendants of the fundamentalist side of those early twentieth century debates so evangelical in the United States. It's best to consider the type of fundamentalist Christianity even if some evangelical fundamentalists would define themselves against each other. If we take a step back and look at it through kind of a scholarly framework. It's it's very much a variety of Christian fundamentalism. I wanted to get a better understanding of really what your life was. Like as an evangelical Christian. Can you describe that to me? I mean were you happy yeah. That's a complicated question. And the kind of things that happen to you. When you end up rejecting the ideology when you change politically and religiously from your family and a high demand religious group and a thorough -tarian religious group like this. You know people will accuse you of quote unquote attacking everything we stand for a direct. I heard from multiple relatives of mine. They will accuse you of hating your entire childhood but I did not hate my entire childhood and they don't hate my entire childhood. Now I also definitely didn't get the worst of Evangelical Ism so as we now know there was a big expose. I think over seven hundred cases as far as I recall last year. Were exposed of child sexual abuse and cover ups in the Southern Baptist Convention. You know that didn't happen to me I. I didn't get the worst kind of corporal punishment. The worst guy was being spanked with a wooden spoon. But corporal punishment is highly emphasized and Evangelical Communities Spare the Rod and spoil the child and all that and any fundamentalist group they create these kind of parallel institutions and structures this whole parallel society alongside mainstream American society. So they look at outsiders as quote unquote the world. That's the phrase that they use. The world is scary. You're supposed to kind of go into it. Sometimes and convert people but most of our social life was people we knew through church and Christian school and so I was isolated that way and then they also build up kind of a whole system of as I said parallel institutions and even publishing houses books a Christian music industry this sort of stuff to reinforce a set of alternative facts if you will and to kind of expose and highlight that a couple years ago I coined the Hashtag Christian facts to look at the kinds of alternative facts that children raised in. This environment are indoctrinated with you. Know things like the Loch ness monster might be real. And that's more proof that humans and dinosaurs lived at the same time you know. There's a lot of really really really wild stuff. Some of it has much more well. Maybe just differently problematic implications and that I mean once you start to get into things like purity culture and what I like to call fake sex. Ed they tell you things like you know. Condoms can't stop the AIDS virus. Abortion causes breast cancer and lots of other stuff that's just completely made up