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Possible mass graves near Mariupol shown in satellite images
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Scott MacFarlane Is the Only One Covering Jan. 6 'Not Guilty' Verdict
"Again, in D.C., Scott McFarland, joining Tanya rivero and Meg Oliver with the reporting over this Matthew Martin defendant from New Mexico found not guilty yesterday on all January 6th charges. We have breaking news, Matthew Martin of New Mexico has been acquitted of all charges connected to the January 6th riot. That's right, Martin traveled to Washington, D.C. after reading then president Trump's tweets about the 2020 election being stolen. He came to the protest on January 6th and entered the capitol with a crowd of other people. Martin has stated that he only realized later that the protests were worse than he thought during his trial, he claimed officers waved him into the capitol building, a prosecutor called this quote nonsense. Joining us now is CBS News, congressional correspondent Scott mcfarlane, Scott, welcome. So tell us about the verdict for Matthew Martin and its significance for other cases. Hey Tonya and Meg, this is not the most significant case. It's a lower level case, a misdemeanor case, but this ruling, this verdict could be quite significant. It lays down a marker that not everybody here unlawfully in the capitol was deemed unlawful that day by all judges. The judge has found this defendant Matthew Martin not guilty of four charges, entering a restricted area, two charges of civil disorder and unlawful picketing and parading. The judge says the government didn't make its case sufficiently on any of those charges. What the judge cited is what Matthew Martin didn't do on January 6th. The judge says, according to the evidence shown at trial, Matthew Martin wasn't screaming or shouting, wasn't crowding people. He was here. He was amid the mob, but the judge says he was not an impactful member of the mob.
Will Judge McFadden's Decision Affect Future Jan. 6 Defendant Trials?
"Calling Martin's conduct minimal and non serious judge mcfadden found it plausible that Martin was allowed into the building and did not realize the grounds were off limits to the public Judge mcfadden's ruling could impact pending cases and play offers Since a government witness confirmed for the first time under oath that police stood by as people entered the capitol The next trial for a January defended facing the same charges is scheduled for April 13 When Russell dean of Alfred will appear before judge Tanya an Obama appointee Now that's how justice is supposed to work Ladies and gentlemen that's how justice is supposed to work
87-Year-Old Pat Boone Has Two New Films Coming Out
"You are starring in a movie, or do you say you're starring or your costarring? I mean, I met your coach star. You have a lead role in a movie. With Eric close, wonderful actor, Tanya christiansen. And even with a cameo appearance with Tom layman, the great pro golfer, and so yeah, I'm in high cotton. Am I in this film? No, we couldn't afford you. And why am I even promoting this junk? Scrap this whole thing. No, listen, I've never been in a film. You've been in so many films that it's just astonishing to me that you give out your age publicly these days. Yeah, I'm 87, I'll be 88 in June, which is not far off. And I've got two movies, well, ones on Amazon Prime, which has not had distribution. I'm asking Jeff Bezos if he would possibly put a couple little promos in there. So people with no miracle in the valley is on Amazon Prime. Miracle in the valley. Is that cool in the valley? It was caught. It was called boonville redemption first, and I think I told you about that, but it was another title, so you scratched it. Out of your memory. I scratched. Okay, but the film that's coming out now is called the Mulligan. Obviously, it's about golf. That's why I wanted to ask you how many years have you been playing golf? Well, yeah. I mean, it doesn't do me any favors to say that I've been playing 70 years, and I'm still no better.
Julie Kelly: D.C. District Judges Like Tanya S. Chutkan Are Performative
"He think you're referring to Tanya chuck Ken who is a D.C. district court judge She is a black woman and she is handling several of these cases And in many instances Mark she is sentencing trespassers people who are pleading guilty to my favorite misdemeanor which is parading in the capital She is sentencing these people to jail time 30 or 60 days in prison for a class B misdemeanor which this court usually doesn't even handle And so and then she of course schools them from the bench the rates about being insurrectionists and trying to attack the capital So a lot of what I'm seeing by these D.C. district court judges is just performance art They are trying to get elevated by Joe Biden to another court And so I think that that is the judge that you're referring to
Sister Sledge adds family members as "Sledgendary"
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Judge denies Trump's request to block release of documents to January 6 committee
"A federal judge has rejected the request from former president trump to block the release of documents surrounding the January sixth insurrection Donald trump's lawyers sought an injunction to prevent the release of documents requested by the house select committee investigating the deadly attack on the U. S. capitol in January but U. S. district judge Tanya chutkan refused the request saying president Joe Biden is best positioned to determine if executive privilege should be waived which Biden did last month according to a filing by the National Archives the documents being sought include call logs drafts of remarks and hand written notes from trump's then chief of staff mark meadows it's likely this dispute over documents could reach the U. S. Supreme Court Jackie
Packers defeat Washington 24-10 for 6th straight victory
"Make it six in a row for the Green Bay Packers Donnie nineteen fifties throwback uniforms and downing the Washington football team twenty four ten at Lambeau field Aaron Rodgers throwing touchdown passes to devante Adams Allen Lazard and Robert Tanya and the demand their first three red zone stops of the season twice on downs once on an interception in the end zone of Taylor Heinicke refer to it sixty eight yards and a score and led both teams in rushing with ninety five on the ground Washington slips to two one five while the six in one pack get ready to head to Arizona Thursday night mark Daniels Green Bay
Hairdresser linked to QAnon to be jailed for Capitol rioting
"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting a hairdresser linked to Q. anon will be jailed for taking part in the riot at the U. S. capitol a federal judge sentenced to Q. one on conspiracy follower to fourteen days in jail Tuesday for her actions in the January sixth storming of the U. S. capitol fifty three year old Donna sue busy pleaded guilty in July to parading demonstrating or picketing in the capitol building in passing down the sentence U. S. district judge Tanya chutkan said the sentence was for biz he's actions not her beliefs chutkan said the fact that this he subscribes to bizarre conspiracy theories that's her right over six hundred thirty people have been charged with federal crimes related to the January sixth riot the tally of guilty pleas is expected to top one hundred this week Mike Rossio Washington
Judge slams claims that Jan. 6 rioters are treated unfairly
"A Texas man charged in connection with the January capital riot was sentenced to jail time prosecutors weren't recommending a sentence but Matthew was local of San Antonio Texas got forty five days in jail the judge blasted comparisons between the right and the black lives matter protest over racial injustice another federal judge who gave a defended probation suggested the justice department was being too hard on the defendant's when compared to the people arrested during protest after George Floyd's murder judge Tanya chutkan in Texas said the people of the capital we're trying to overthrow the government the circle pleaded guilty and spent twelve minutes inside the capitol in January and posted a selfie on Facebook after the riot with the caption the capital is ours at Donahue Washington
Packers dominate 2nd half, bounce back to beat Lions 35-17
"After one of his worst games of his career Aaron Rodgers bounced back with one of his best throwing four touchdown passes three to running back Aaron Jones another Robert Tanya in the past thirty five to seventeen hope opening win at Lambeau field Monday night jobs without a four touchdown on the ground lines led seventeen to fourteen at the half but quarterback Jared Goff fumbled once threw an interception in the second half as Detroit falls the into Packers get even at one on one mark Daniels Green Bay
Do Cities Need Resilience Corps to Deal With Climate Change?
"Cities have firefighters and trash collectors as the climate breaks down. Do they also need resilience. Core by sierra new gen when hurricane ida hit new orleans in early september tanya freeman brown made the difficult decision to stay in the city the fifty-three-year-old and her family's sheltered in an old brick hotel in the downtown area watching fierce winds of up to one hundred fifty miles per hour pelt rainwater at the windows and remembering the destruction wrought by hurricane katrina sixteen years earlier to the day. It was stressful but freeman brown. Had a job to do. She says we're no match for nature. But this is what we've trained for. This is what the resilience core was built for like. Firefighters put out fires and waste collectors. Keep the city. Clean the job of the new orleans. Resilience core is to help the city be resilient to shocks. Crises and climate change launched by the city and october twenty twenty as a pilot to run for two years. The cores forty workers were mainly people who lost jobs in the hospitality industry during the pandemic. Who are now on full time contracts starting at twelve dollars an hour with a path to an eighteen dollar an hour wage freeman brown joined after losing her work as a corporate massage therapist at an insurance company. The core spent much of the last year working to support the city through kovic nineteen and get people vaccinated hurricane. Ida is the first climate disaster that the core has confronted though the sophisticated system of levees pumps and flood barriers. Built in the wake of katrina protected the city from water damage the storms high winds battered the city killing thirteen people there and toppling thousands of power lines and hundreds of substations. The lights remained off across most of new orleans for a week with at least ten percent of electric customers still without power nine days later.
Texas' Ban on School Mask Mandates Temporarily Denied by Court
"The taxes Supreme Court is temporarily allowing school districts to implement mask mandates. Correspondent Tanya J. Powers has more the Texas Supreme Court's ruling leaves in place. A temporary restraining order from Travis County Judge Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and Governor Greg Abbott had wanted the state Supreme Court to overrule that judge. Here's what all that means. Some school districts in Texas have been putting their own mask mandates in place in opposition to Governor Greg Abbott's ban on them. The court has now cleared the way for those districts to enact their own mask rules. Meanwhile, although Covid 19 vaccinations have increased in recent weeks, the delta variant continues to spread rapidly among the unvaccinated, including Children. According to the Texas Tribune. The two main groups that remain unvaccinated across Texas are white conservatives in rural areas, along with Hispanics and blacks in big cities. Among the unvaccinated are five million Children, many of them who are not eligible for the vaccine. Overall, about nine million vaccine eligible Texans have not gotten the shot just over 50% of Texans are fully
When Yukon River Chum Stocks Collapsed, Donated Fish Came in From Bristol Bay
"This summer saw some of the worst runs on alaska's yukon river but bristol bay processors have been enjoying great runs and donated fish to alaska native tribes along the yukon river kyi. Uk's olivia egberts reports. You're going to write the number of fish on this label. that's tanya ives. She's packing up chum. And kim salmon to be distributed to villages along the lower yukon river bristol. Bay processors sent the salmon too. Quick pack the only fish processing plant on the yukon. This donation is about twelve thousand. Pounds of salmon. Quick pack is splitting it up. Between ten lower yukon river villages the yukon river has seen its. Worst summer chum. Salmon run on record that means the commercial. Fishery is closed and puck can't sell salmon this year subsistence. Fishing for chum. Shook is also closed and many people along. The river have not had a taste of the fish yet. This season with puck voted the salmon community to community we down thousands of pounds of frozen fish a tender boats lowly motors up the cold rainy yukon. At the helm stands captain darren jennings saving delivering salmon to the villages is new to him in previous years. It'd be picking up commercial. Fisherman's fresh catch and taking it. Back to quick. Look we dock in saint. Mary's workers from all gotcha and undressed ski. Tribes the fish into their pickups and then drive them to households all evening a woman inge bay from saint. Mary's is grateful to have at least a bit of fish. We got to right now. I have them dying out. So i can can them with little opportunity for subsistence salmon. Fishing her grocery bill has gone out. her husband. walkie says they'll have to try for other species of fish to get them through the winter in saint. Mary's i'm olivia egberts.
States in the West Face Water Cuts
"Residents in arizona. Nevada and across the border in mexico will have to cut their water consumption starting next year this the day after the extraordinary announcement by the us government of a first ever water shortage on the colorado river. Here's npr's kirk siegler. Some forty million people and countless farms rely on the colorado river and its tributaries. The shortage comes amidst a mega drought on the river basin. That's so far. Lasted twenty two years and as desert cities like las vegas and phoenix. Continue to grow at among the fastest rates in the us the entire reservoir system including lake mead with it's alarming white bathtub brings behind the hoover dam is now it just forty percent of capacity. Here's the department of interior secretary for water. Tanya trujillo we are seeing the effects of climate change in the colorado river basin through extended drought extreme temperatures extensive wildfires and in some places flooding landslides and now is the time to take action to respond to them. Arizona will be the hardest hit initially with these cuts. Losing almost a fifth of its entire river allotment for now california will not see any cuts because it's water rights are senior under century-old river laws. This shortage is monumental but it was also widely expected western. Water officials have been planning for this eventuality by ramping up conservation and water recycling. Tom bukowski directs arizona's department of water resources. This is a serious turn of events but not a crisis for now. Most cities won't see water. Supplies cut but farmers will in arizona. Thousands of acres of fields are expected to go fallow. Ironically the arid southwest is a huge producer of water intensive crops like cotton and alfalfa water law experts like marks quill lachey at the university of colorado say climate change will force this region to rethink how it uses its limited water. So many people rely on. We can't handle anymore stresses we're looking at a pretty dire situation right now on the river. School laci says climate. Change is drying out the soils and leading to rapid. Evaporation even a near average winters. Like this last one in the rocky mountains where snow melt feeds the river. That dry soils are acting like a sponge and they're soaking up a lot of water before that water can make it into the reservoirs. And that's likely to continue and federal water. Managers warned the shortages to will continue and probably get more severe. They'll reassess whether more cuts are needed in the next year.
The Problem of Femicide in Puerto Rico With Activist Tania Rosario Mndez
"Tanya there is a renewed focus on femicide in puerto rico but this is of course sadly not a new phenomenon. What is your earliest memory of stories. Like this is actually a story. My grandmother told me when she was very young. She married a someone else not not my grandfather. So she's this young wife. She has two small girls and her husband used to lock her up in the house. She told me this story and she was not being. She was not even resentful. She was just telling me this story about her first husband and how he would leave to work and leave her locked up. She was saying how silly he was so jealous. Like that right so for me. I was terrified. The idea that someone else who loves me an adult and in her house because he was jealous. Someone will look at me are for me. It was a -rageous. But i don't remember voice saying that to her because she was so matter-of-fact about it and that's the earliest memory i have. I was thought nine a grueling me. And how normalize it was for several generations in my in my country. We culture that men do that women. Draw a line for me as you see it from that story to how we're still talking about femicide in the year. Twenty twenty one. I think we've overcome some obstacles. But sometimes i think everything that has been gains always the parable of being lost so way not on we have to fight key what we gain but also to forward was boulder and expensive ways off noli dealing move. The problem itself generates violence vosa with naming storytelling. It's how do you tell the story of the victim. Why do you say deaths and you don't say homicide because i'm raising a daughter and sometimes i terrified that she's going to go out in a world that doesn't think of her as full human.
"tanya j." Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley
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"tanya j." Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley
"Here novell. The crazy thing was i. Guess what he basically told me the beginning of the weekend. What i needed to pack for the weekend right like the he basically was like. I'm gonna. i'm gonna take you saturday and saturday night. And we're going to have some activities during the day. And then i'm gonna take you to dinner saturday night house like okay and i kinda was like annoying in the beginning. I'm ask a million questions trying to figure out like what was going on. And he wasn't answering. I knew wasn't gonna crack him so eventually just kind of said you know what i'm just going to go with it and sort of going with it so in hindsight now all of the things like make so much sense and like i should've known but i think i'm just so oblivious to stuff but the girl who plans like the girl who does all the decorations for when we have barbecues name is emily she has actually used to work iheart. She started her own company during the pandemic cashews reload and so her name is emily. And we've used her a bunch and so Red star changed her name in his phone to amelio party. So i saw a same texting and emilio but he's also client didn't even think anything of smart move. Because if i saw emily the name pop up on his like what. Are you planning in your backyard so anyways so he basically just needed to get out of his house the whole day saturday and so he was going to take him to this butterfly farm..
TikTok's Tinx Shares Her Viral Dating Box Theory
"Let me play back this can you. You have a second this tanya. And then i'd like to get her opinion on this. I've thinks from tick-tock share do that's who you're looking at. She's right there he just got here. Welcome ti guys. So tink has become a bit of a relationship expert. I guess and let me play this back. And then we'll have a little discussion about it. This is about when you are put into a box category. When you meet somebody right sicily. You're married you're not dating but tanya You box people up don't you. Oh this is like this is for sure thing the thing. Let's play this illicit when men meet you in antic setting. They put you in a box. Either they want to date you. They wanna sleep with you or they want nothing to do with you. It's very difficult to shift from box to box in. Your behavior doesn't really affect what boxer into a guy so if he meets you and he's like i want to date this girl. You could pugh on his shoes and sleep with him on the first night and it wouldn't matter vice versa. If he meets you and he just wants to hook up you could make him wait three months to sleep with you. It's not going to change that. And i get asked this question all the time takes. How long should i make him way with him when you are ready. Waiting to sleep with someone doesn't guarantee that he's going to view you as relationship material so it takes. Are you single. I am yeah recently single actually recently single so this is all part of your world then seattle so fascinating theory broken down like that. Because i'm a guy and i'm thinking to myself. Do i put dates in a box. You deal a lot of guys do. And they don't even realize that i find guys have a lot more resistance to this theory on because i think that they don't want to appear like simple minded or like that they're kind of a one track mind whereas all it resonates with so many women because your behavior it doesn't affect it like you can wait for months and months. You can talk about how much you like knitting. You can talk about how much you love. Jesus in your dog and they still might not want to date you
NFL Fines Washington $10M After Misconduct Investigation
"The NFL has fined the Washington football team ten million dollars after a monthslong independent investigation found the organization's workplace highly unprofessional especially for women the team was not stripped of any draft picks and no formal suspensions were handed out owner Dan Snyder stepping away from day to day operations for several months after the inquiry revealed that ownership and senior officials paid little attention to sexual harassment and other workplace issues Snyder says his wife Tanya will be in charge during his absence I'm Dave Ferrie
"tanya j." Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
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"tanya j." Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"And i guarantee you a good time will be had by all and the other thing i wanted to tell you know. I was at bethany for About four or five days oh And i was walking on the beach one day and all of a sudden i hear this voice behind me yell tommy turn around and it's a guy who's a big fan of the show and was actually listening to you on the podcast as he was sitting on the beach and i walked by. His name is carrie hall. I wanted to give a shoutout to very nice guy. We had a nice conversation And he's the just another fan randall. Fan i found on the beach at bethany. We're were you in bethany you. How many days redone and bethany Five days and so where we staying My son's house my son's kanda. Where's this where's your son's condo What's the colony really. Yeah what see colony house was going with. Cekani west on the other side of the highway on basically I will that up. See colony is out. It's unbelievable so that's where every single summer of my youth was spent because my apparently my parents had a condo. There i mean they had a great setup. They've got pools all over to property tennis courts. They got pickle ball courts. They've got they've got buses and And carts that take you around you. Don't you take your right to the beach. it's great you can jump on the shuttle from c. County wisden going across the street so netting it out. My wife grew up on the jersey shore. Her parents had a house up in spring lake new jersey which is a beach not a lake place. Although there is a lake in spring lake. And it's beautiful and belmar spring lake avalon by the see that area of jerseys where my wife pretty much and her family spent beach time. And i think we've had this conversation before so netted out. Everybody loves the beach experience that you grew up with for the most part. She couldn't stand liked the bethany rehoboth especially the high rises of sea colony. She just didn't really like that. It was see. I love bethany and see colony when you have kids that are young is the easiest. It's easiest because you're right there. Yeah somebody has to go to the bathroom. You just go right back upstairs. So it's very easy. So l i always loved it when the kids were young because it was so easy so convenient but i love bethany but i also love the jersey shore where we're where she always spent time and you've spent much of your summers on the jersey shore not in at wildwood wildwood crest. Right fact. We'll be going there at the end of july for a week annual family vacation but i had a great time down at bethany. Actually we're gonna be there for about three or four days before we head to while would no good and then take take the ferry over. The bethany is great. I love bethany downtown bethany on a summer night it is you know Quintessential americana beach down to me And it's not overly crazy crazy and built up like ocean city and rehoboth are anyway I wanna finish with this. Because how many times during world cups or euro events have we had conversations. The two of us together. And we've mocked those that have been really into it you have said. I believe i believe that term. I've used is seinfeld term. Call hits do face but you also you've also said soccer is the sport for non sports fans. I think that's your for people who don't like fort. Soccer is for people who don't like sports. So i have over the years become more and more interested. i've talked more and more about it on the shows because i've watched it and more. Why have i watched it. The primary reasons have been just intrigue like white is the rest of the world wise the the rest of the world other than this nation on pins and needles over this world cup game and we couldn't give a shit now. The popularity of soccer obviously has risen in this country but the mls is like the fifteenth best professional league on the planet. You know it doesn't even compare but anyway Let me cut to the chase. If soccer ever cared. And they don't about bringing americans in mass to the sport as fans viewers etc. Yesterday would have been the day that they would have said. Carve out four hours. Sit down and watch spain. Croatia and then france switzerland. Tommy i swear to you i am more open minded about this and i'd become more interested in it but i still don't love the games. I like the other stuff more. I still hate the flopping. I still hate the the inaction for a lot of these games. The nil nils and the one. Nothing's and the whole thing but yesterday if someone who is dead set against thinking that they would ever enjoy. Soccer sat down and watched these two games. They would be lying if they said they weren't entertained. These were to. I will admit out of the box. Unique aberration games croatian spain. Play five three extra time game. Five three equivalent of sixty three to fifty six in the nfl. Like it never happens. You know in in in in a college game it would be like texas tech playing. Smu sixty nine sixty three. That's what five two threes in a soccer game but more importantly croatia scored in that stoppage. Time after the ninetieth minute to tie the game after they were down three two one. Three two one is like in my view being up. Twenty eight to sept three to one with fifteen minutes to go. I'm sorry with five minutes to go. They were down three two one with five minutes to go in this game. Being down three two one with five minutes to go is like being down. Twenty eight seven with three minutes to go in in an nfl game like it's impossible so they scored twice force the extra time. Spain scored twice and they won the game. Five three beyond that. It was constant scoring opportunities. They scored eight goals not on eight opportunities but unlike thirty opportunities there were constant action in this game. I am losing tommy. I can tell then. We go to france. Switzerland france is up three to one with fifteen minutes to go in the game. By the way. I say fifteen minutes tommy. You're never really sure sucker because the clock doesn't countdown a counts up and remember. It's so imprecise. Like the ninetieth minute. You're going to get what they call stoppage-time like it's an arbitrary We think we delayed the game after goals and after injuries. Roughly four minutes. We're gonna add four minutes but it may not be four-minute it might be three forty five or it might be four minutes and thirty seconds. You're never really sure how much time is actually left in the game. But at the seventy fifth minute. Switzerland was down Three to one after france scored and they scored in the eighty one in the eighty. First minute and in the ninetieth minute again. The final minute of the game. Two goals in the final fifteen minutes to tie it at three three and eventually switzerland won on penalty kicks. I thought it was high sports drama. It was thrilling. it. I mean. I'm sitting there and with every goal that hit the post it was like you know a deep bomb that was caught inside the twenty yard line on a big drive or a big a big three to to to give you know to give an nba team the lead in in the fourth. It was great sports theater. I am also betting these games..
"tanya j." Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"You probably saw this transfer tiger cat which generated you know a response from the maryland basketball fan base and a lot of people. Don't understand it. I explained it two months ago when Potentially by putting his name into the nba hat also suggested that he could transfer portal with that doesn't work out and he wrote a wonderful note publicly on social media to mark turgeon into maryland and turgeon did the same to him yesterday. This is not for those of you that thinks somehow this is a reflection of turgeon. Fucking something up. it's not darrel. more cell. wants a new experience. He got this fifth year because of the covid last year doesn't count He also i understand. Feels a little bit like the younger players. That have been waiting. Their opportunity should have that opportunity next year. It's also a team. That's taken in a bunch of transfers which potentially could have limited. Yes even the defensive player of the year could have limited some of his opportunities this year. 'cause daryl offensively that was never his strength and the team at times struggled offensively not just because of him But he wanted a new experience. And he's gonna take this fifth year and he's gonna play for shock smart in in milwaukee for marquette and good for him And no maryland. Fan is doing anything other than wishing him the best. He is really going to go down. Tommy not as a gr. One of the greatest maryland basketball players of all time. I mean we know. The list is pretty deep on that front. But he's memorable. He's a memorable player in the annals of maryland basketball four years pretty much a starter for most of those four years a defensive player of the year in the big ten competitor a tough tough hard nosed heart and soul kind of Teammate and leader and He'll be he'll be remembered. But this was not for those of you wanting to make something out of it. This was not a situation in which the team was blindsided or it was a result of turgeon or result of a relationship with the school or the coach coaching staff or other players know this was just a grown man. Making the decision that with this fifth extra year. He wanted a different experience. Good for him for him. You don't have any thoughts on this now. i don't know. I don't have any maryland's. Acc opponent in the big ten acc was determined yesterday. It's going to be virginia tech at xfinity center and so it's not duke. Although jefferson wrote that there's still some rumors out there that maryland duke talking about some sort of gaming coach k.'s. last year. I believe that. When i see it i don't i have not heard anything on that front and i would not believe it all right One more break. I got one more day one more break in. Then i want you to finish up with what you have. And i want to tell you what i watched four hours of yesterday. and why i watched it That's next after this word from one of our sponsors. Are you dreaming about the vacation that you've wanted to take and haven't been able to take the last year and a half or so well if those dreams of vacations and enjoying the fun life are turning back into.
"tanya j." Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"A major disappointment to them. I can't tell you. How many teams wanted to roadways and trade deals and the nationals refuse to trade him. And i agreed with them at the time but But he's been a major disappointment and let's remember this. This offense is search is happening without lawn. Soto showing much much of the power that we've come to expect from him. He still could have issues with a shoulder. you know so. They've been able to sustain that as well. Yeah he's been better here over the last four or five games six games. I mean he had that stretch of like to rb twelve games or whatever And i think he's got three or four in the last five games but Yeah and you know. I had a charlie slows on radio this morning and i was just curious as to what the organization thinks of carter key boom and whether or not he's performing in the minor leagues. I have not kept up with that. And you know they're they've had opportunities to call them up and haven't done it so obviously he's not you know it would appear a short term answer. Remember we've gone into the last two you know Offseasons thinking carter key boom was going to be the starting third baseman. Yes so you're right let's I mean if if they're looking for bad their base would probably be the logical Place they'd be looking for at this point. Five home runs last night on four of them. Solo shots two of them Solo shots from a kyle. Shorebridge just tearing it up The number of you know you get this now so much more than you used to. With all of these statistical research arms out there his eleven homers in his last nine games is tied for the most in any nine games span since nineteen o one Which is incredible Frank howard by the way did it in nineteen sixty eight for the senators And it's the most the fifteen and seven seventeen games is the most ever for a leadoff hitter. I don't know i. I would guess that they certainly didn't expect these results. You could never expected these results. But i wonder what the expectations were. Just moving him into that leadoff spot But they're not taking him out of it anytime soon. Even if tommy. There's nobody on base when he comes up and hits these home runs. You can't move him at this spot. I am curious. I why teams aren't going aren't pitching around him. Now and i understand it straight turner and it's one soto or on deck which is good news but still this students hitting so many home runs. You've got a pitch around him and you walk 'em you walk 'em you may start getting a barry bonds three. He could as hot as he is. i wanted to talk about three other things The first thing. I want to mention before i get to the thing that i wanna spend just a little bit of time on this morning I do want to mention that. The nba game last night That the clippers stayed alive up. Paul george was phenomenal. He had forty one points. This is what a superstar player in the league has to do with his team on the brink of elimination. He's gotta have the kind of game. That paul george had last night. Paul george not only had forty one points but he had thirteen rebounds six assists and three steals in the game. He was fifteen of twenty from the floor. Okay i can do that. Seventy five percent from the floor. He was unconscious in the third quarter. Rea- twenty points. He had thirty of his forty one in the second half many times along with reggie jackson basically turning away the sons as they consistently tried to make runs They did it with one of the smallest lineups you will ever see. Nba teams start with zoo bots out. They started jackson. Beverly morris george and terrence man The biggest starter in that group was you know Marcus morris at six eight rarely we see a team that small in the nba I guess paul george technically at six eight six six eight and a half with with tall starter out there. Demarcus cousins came in and was unbelievable in the game The officiating is terrible in this series. I just want to mention that. It's just horrendous paul. George got fouled on two different occasions. And they didn't call it and then they called They called a patrick beverley for a ridiculous flagrant one on a foul on chris. Paul shooting was terrible. Call and by the way. Patrick beverley one of my favorite players who i thought i saw the video him. Reenacting also terrible call. I mean he was coming around the screen. There was nothing flagrant or intentional about that now. He mocked chris. Paul beverly at like russell westbrook and a few others like. He's in that category of gist. Hyper competitor. energy tries harder than anybody else. In jest is nasty defensively And he's really created some issues at times for devon booker. And for chris paul. Anyway i think the clippers can win the last two games. They can come back from three one down every single game in this series. They've had a legitimate chance to win the three that they lost one of them. They had one. If paul george makes two free throws or had one game two and the game the other night that was low scoring they certainly had a chance to win at twelve opportunities to take the lead in the fourth quarter It's a really entertaining series. They're doing it without kawhi leonard. I stand corrected because the clippers may not win this series. And i think they would have with kawhi leonard but they still might without kawhi leonard and i didn't think they could beat utah without leonard and the only way they could do. It is having several players. Step up paul george. One of them. But reggie jackson is making himself a shitload of fans in these in these playoff games. I've always been a fan of reggie jackson. I advocated when he was available a few years ago for the wizards to go get him And he is making anybody. That's been a reggie jackson fan look really really good. He is a killer as a scorer And is a shooter and last night. He was outstanding with twenty three points. I'm including some hilarious knocked down threes and dunks at the rim I loved watching him. Play i'm tonight by the way. Trae young is out not out yet. he's questionable. I can only tell you that right. Now milwaukee In atlanta here In this game tonight is a seven point. Favorite tonight Atlanta's so the expectation is trae. Young's either not going to play or that he's going to be compromised if that's true. This series is over There's no chance You know the clippers have proven that they have a chance without kawhi leonard. The hawks would have no chance without trae young On the basketball front. Tommy just wanted to say to darryl more cell..
"tanya j." Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"We're going to get to the baseball. We're going to get to the basketball. We're going to get to the soccer on the show today During the break tommy asked me to cut and paste the wall street journal story and send it to him and i didn't notice know because i was reading it while we were doing a segment. My fault it's a story that ends very abruptly. Tommy it's weirdly written at the end and the the paragraph that you're looking for and i sent it. I sent just sent you the whole thing. The email There's a paragraph that says and it's a two sentence paragraph. in addition. Snyder took one step. That makes it clear that going forward. There is no one else to blame. If things go wrong. he settles. He settled his protracted dispute with his limited partners by buying them out. That's the end of the story. There's nothing else. After it. And i and i guess i just figured there is more after. It's a weird weirdly written end the story but whatever There it is and your point is another thing. We're snyder tried to make it clear that. Hey now that. I've gotten rid of The one of the greatest entrepreneurs of all time fred smith Bob wasserman and dwight shar. We're all good now. I got rid of those heathens those that that was the problem again. It's never him. I know i've said this a million times. And i know it'll never happen but people can accept mistakes if you Throw yourself on the mercy of the court if you say you know what i am. Fifty five years old or whenever he is It's been me. I been terrible owner and i have been way too involved and then i haven't been involved in then even when i wasn't involved i got involved enough to screw things up. It's been me be tried to blame everybody else. But the one constant over the last twenty one years is me. I take full responsibility and accountability. And i'm going to try to be better. And i will be bom. I don't think people will forgive him. And i don't think people will be believe him but he's never taken that step and you can't take that step unless you actually believe it to be true. And he well. I guess you can. But he doesn't even believe he doesn't believe it like he thinks it's a joke to put it on him because remember tommy. How for how many years have we heard even from the few supporters that he has all he wants to do is win and send whatever it is. Yeah except he doesn't know how to go about winning in the first step and going About winning would be to remove himself completely from the organization's football side period forever dead. He's going to do the opposite. Apparently okay You just one thing when you think about it. If all he wants to do is win. That makes him the biggest loser in the history of sports because of his prime motivation is winning. He hasn't accomplished and so bad at it but a lot of people have been to sport but he's never heard we've never heard that as as an excuse for people's behavior so much as we do with this guy all he wants to do is win. It's supposed to absolve him of everything. Yeah i know. I don't know for for a fact but my sense of it of this is that he has been really good at a couple of things in his life. He's been a really good salesman. Mike and tommy people who are really good at selling and then people who combined really good sales talent and ability the ability to convince the ability to persuade with a fearlessness. Which i also think he probably has had his entire life and the willingness to take big risks believing in himself. Those have been his strengths. That's my guest from afar that he has been a relentless hard working hard charging fearless salesman. And that's what built that first business. That's what led him to be completely oblivious to the names and the caliber of people that he was approaching to invest in his businesses early on and he got lucky to a certain degree with that business because it may have been a bit of a house of cards business but he sold it in advance of anybody identifying it as a house of cards business. And i've known a lot of people Over the course of time that had been involved in businesses if you want to go back to the nineties consolidation roll up plays. Several of which were you know happened in this particular market Look at jonathan la decky and some of the things he did with roll ups in the nineties Huge successes for him personally. Not so much for Later investors or acquirers Or those that got acquired Lots of those stories over the years in his timing was perfect in that first business gave him an unbelievable payday which allowed him to buy in to something. That never goes down. It only goes up and that is the nfl no matter how incompetent you are as a manager or as an owner or as an operator eight. You can't fail in the nfl financially. Because you're part of thirty two and you're part of thirty two that have You know Basically etched to spot in in the american psyche that advertisers continue to pay more and more single year because people can't live without it and so the value of that franchise is gone up. I mean i who knew that. Eight hundred million turn into four billion plus You know what forbes has it whatever it has at three billion or to whatever But if he sold it it would be for four billion plus but every other business tommy. That he's touched has not worked.
"tanya j." Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"That indicates all the problems that snyder had where because of his limited partners and now that he's bought them out. There won't be any problems anymore. I say fred smith and company where the cause of all this tommy. I don't see that okay all right okay. Why don't i see this by the way. Are you gonna write a column on this. You have to write. i think i do. Don't i shall have -solutely you. I'm i'm i'm going to write a column about. Yeah and i'm just looking through also various responses to this and a lot of people sort of have look you've got you've got to understand the history here you know if you're an outsider and you're like okay. His wife is co. Ceo you know okay. Well whatever they be there really a progressive hiring organization and you know but wow Yeah what about what about the idea. Let's just touch this of tiny now being What is she co. ceo or ceo or seat cozy. Co-ceo okay do you think that they're getting ready for the possibility that. Dan has a step aside for a little while. I don't but i'm not but i don't know anything. I don't think that that would have been I don't when you say step aside. You mean in terms of punishment like a suspension. The oh yes. I think that that's definitely in play. I'm sorry i didn't understand when. I say yeah yeah. He made the out of the picture for free period. I don't even know what that when it comes to an owner. What does that even mean. It's like the manager getting kicked. It's like a manager getting kicked out of a baseball game. He still gets the manage but he has to do with from his office. Yeah yeah i i. It's it's messages right. I mean. I don't know how you keep him from what he can't sit in his box during games. Okay but it is curious that They they supposedly documented the daisies in the he's been in the building. I find that very curious. You know who would know that. Bj the receptionist. Why don't we ask. Oh that's right. She got fired I've thought about recently i. This is a conversation. I don't know a couple of weeks ago with somebody who could write the book. There's some people that are out there. And i don't know if they're quiet because they're getting paid to be quiet for a while But there are some people out there that could write a good book about the last twenty years right and she would be one of the she would be but there are people with much more access. I'm talking about people that traveled with him. You know those were yeah. Those would be the ones okay. We've got to get to kyle korver. We've got to get to the nats we've got gotta get to yes the soccer from yesterday And more all coming up after this word from.
"tanya j." Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"He had gone a step further. And said i've been very reclusive from media because he has been. We just don't hear from dan snyder. This this story right now probably has more. Dan snyder quotes in it than anything. We've had in a long period of time long period of time. Well now now. We know what it takes to get that kind of access. Don't we yes we do. But we've heard this before tommy. We've heard this before that they are. They're only willing to do this if there are sort of parameters around it if there's some level of control but the idea this is where again a just over the years like those of us at the radio station and other media people like us have had these conversations were if they would only involve us instead of the some of the the dummies. They've had in helping them. Navigate this from a pr standpoint. They'd be much better off like this is terrible advice to have dan go out there and try to bullshit people into the reason. Our culture went bad is because i removed myself now. I have to insert myself again. I mean nobody wants to hear that he's going to be involved and nobody believes that he wasn't involved. We've already given you two or three prime examples of reported on solidly reported on. He made decisions that damage the franchise. He's the problem he's never looked in the mirror and acknowledged it's him. It's not all of these other people which leads to this This organization since last july in that very first washington post story has become tommy. I i don't know this definitively. Like i've got the data to support it very much observational. It's become the most progressive organization in the nfl in its hiring. It's hired can't that's fair anecdotally. I think you're right anecdotally and you were. You talked about that early on in the process. The road that they were they were going down. Yes i i had this sense early on that they were going to really try to become a very diverse organization to sort of counter by the way. I'm not suggesting that any of these hires weren't based on resume too but come on. We're living in a world in which we can make observations and not you know i can't stand the people that say you know stop being so observational will life's boring if you're not observing We we can see that. Many women and many minorities have been hired to key positions in the organization. Much more so than before much more so anecdotally than than other nfl teams. I think that this was always going to be pushed coming off the washington post stories And i also really believe that the quid pro quo on lowering or waving the debt limit. Then loaning him money as you reported. I think before anybody else. Cho- by out fred smith bob rothman and dwight shar. I believe that the the agreement here is that there will be a thirty to forty percent. Minority owner within the next year or so made up of minorities and the league wants more diversification in its more diversity in its ownership and that dan's going to provide it and the reason he's going to provide it is the trouble the organization's gotten into and oh by the way if you don't want us to go down the path of trying to remove you. That's what i think is coming next by the way just to be clear. I am not in any way suggesting that. The hiring of ron rivera and jason right and martin mayhew and julie donaldson and et cetera et cetera. Cfo that these aren't all people totally qualified for the jobs. I'm just saying that clearly. There's been an emphasis since last july to hire a more diverse executive team. Well let's face it his track record up until except for a brief moment where he hired the lav amina team his track record pretty much for the most part has hiring people who aren't qualified to two jobs right so this was. This was a breath of fresh air. At least you know yeah no. That's that's a really good point And by the way you know the truth is over the years you know. They haven't been They it's not that they haven't been a progressive organization in their hiring. It's just increased exponentially over the last year Let me ask you one once. They got the story in front. You could you scroll down to the bottom of it if you could because there's a reference there that is still ringing in my head. But i thought was problematic about buying out. The limited partners hold on tanya is the most important figure in the organization has only become more true over the last eighteen months as our involvement is deepened. It publicly many not for. It's really last two paragraphs. I think the whole story. Yeah i don't see anything about the ownership. I don't know what your mom okay because there's.
"tanya j." Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"Don't i don't get is when somebody when you write a story and somebody says something like that you have to have. The research backed up in case it says well he may have said this but this is the truth. This is the reality. this is the other side. There's no other side in this. It's a pr puff piece so far. So do you think this is one of those puff pieces where he got the list of questions before. I don't know about that. Because how i don't know if he hit or not because if presented if this writer had been you know let you say well researched and it said well sir. dan What about the discussion. The stories the reports that you trumped your football people and draft night twenty nineteen. What about the reports that you sided with your twenty-three-year-old quarterback over a head coaching A head coach and a staff that has produced four four. Nfl head coaches What a what about those stories. It would have been great just to get the his answer. I wonder if he was allowed to ask that. Those questions But maybe it's it's a suggestion. It's what you suggested. that is. Maybe he wasn't prepared well enough for it well i. I can't be that you'd have to fall onto the planet to be a reporter and not have some kind of context of the snyder's history So and i don't know if it was in person. I think it was in person. Because i think they describe it sitting in his office or sitting in a new york office or something like that. If i recall the story i could be wrong about that. Okay but You just you've you've got to respond to it in the story. You may not be able to make cider may not answer questions but you have more than enough evidence to say but this this and this and then let the reader decide what the truth is i mean i just i just it's it's i let me let me let me read from you is. I've opened up the story. Let me just read one one one line here. It was in october of two thousand and nineteen months before the team was drowning and controversy. When snyder says the first wakeup call came over and over he heard a clip from a press. Conference held by then. Team president bruce allen in which allen was asked what he thought of the team's culture and allen described it as damn good. We'll remember that moment I said that By the way out on the team was and five and it just fired its head. Coach snyder loved the question because he disagreed with the answer. At that very moment it triggered us to say we've got to fix our culture close quote sneakers a house the fall on him. He needs a whole neighborhood to fall autumn. Apparently before he realizes. Hey maybe we should change the culture. It's a joke you you've got your yeah your one one incident away from all this totally self-destructing all over again it's a fragile buildup. Pr builds out. It's working so far you know but it's it's very fried l- let me just so let me just as i'm just sitting here reading from this so a couple of big takeaways number one yours okay. Bad job by the reporter Terrible job. I'm not to be well prepared. I don't know what the parameters of this interview were. What the guidelines were to get this interview But there is no pushback here secondly It is what i've said for years. Now there is a level of detachment from reality with this owner. That astounds me. And i do think sometimes it's very much a detachment from reality. I think he just doesn't understand What his fan base though significant majority of his fan base has thought about his team not just recently but for a long period of time number. Three it's never ever his fault ever this. Is you know. This is by the way a hallmark of a narcissist. It's always somebody else in. This has been a goto for dan snyder. Four years it was north's fault it was marty's fault. It was zorn's fault. It was vinnie's fault. It was mike's fault. It was bruce's fault. It's never been his fault. And lastly the notion that somehow he believes that pushing this narrative that he hasn't been involved enough and that somehow getting involved more will be well received by his fan base. How clueless can you be dude. They want you gone. They don't want you anywhere near this team. They were begging begging over the last year. I somebody to have the smoking gun on you so that you were forced to sell the team. Nobody believes that. This isn't your fault except for ivan. My caller from florida now where he's living in a state where he's much more comfortable. I it's you know to to say things like we've made mistakes to talk about the The what he's talking about as in. I wasn't close enough. That's why things turn badly. I'm going to get more involved in by the way my wife's going to help me and let me just say this. I don't know dan. i don't know tanya a lot of you believe that those of us that have worked for the radio station for years owned by red zebra which stands snyder was the principal and majority shareholder and investor in somehow knew these people. They were very. Tommy will tell you. They just were hands off until the very end when they got hands on. But it wasn't dan whose hands on it was others in the organization and they really really mess it up in a big way. We're like before I've never met the snyder. You're with me a couple times. It's super bowl where he stopped by and you were gone at that point. Yeah because you want art show ended. Tommy was out of their man. He had he. Our show is over in studio in our show ran from twelve to two zero two. You couldn't find him. Actually that's not true. He would bury himself in his shrine of an offense office. Built up from the only time. I've ever met him and had even the of conversations were super bowls on radio row. He never set foot into the radio station when any of us were there the only relationships he had were with some of the former players. Like doc and cooley In terms of the people that worked at the radio station you know very early in the days when he was more accessible from the media standpoint bram redskins beat reporter at the station Got to interview him. Probably more than anybody else. Other than doc over the years But anyway the what i was going to say is i don't know him. I don't know her. We obviously know people who know them and have worked with them and the big takeaway would be. He is unpleasant and she's very pleasant so putting her out more front and center by the way you know a huge huge Bonus in pioneer if you will of breast cancer awareness and it's and the nfl's involvement of that awareness is tanya snyder driven And so having her more of sort of along with jason right. And ron rivera out front and center Is much better. But let's be honest. One of the true statements about him and his lack of involvement would be..
"tanya j." Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"Know that he needs to be more deeply involved in the past. You have to right at the very least this. Con- this is a conflict to various reports of his drafting Number one quarterbacks and hiring You know after twelve hour interviews with with with coaches and just you know the whining in dine. Is this just this. Just this isn't a barrier assessment. Wall street journal. I guess you know. I don't know what their what their editorial makeup as but this story is an embarrassment. I would've if i'm andrew. What's his name. Andrew andrew beaton. I'm going to try to get him on the radio. Yeah take his byline off the story to them so there are a couple of things that Since the happy thanksgiving introduction of rivera which followed the dispatching of bruce allin on a day in which dance night or was terribly nervous. obviously where he Made it very clear that it was all bruce's fault once again This is a story that is suggesting From his perspective that all that has happened was the fault of bruce allen and other bruce allen and others not him now let me mention something that i've mentioned many times over the last ten years he's presence in the building over the last decade and his true detail day-to-day granular involvement in the football. Operation is less than what it was in the first ten years. It was by every single person's account that sort of had experience with the vinnie. Dan days and then the vinnie. Br then the bruce stand days. Dan was less involved in a lot of the stuff that he previously was intimately involved in. And it's true that he spent much more time not just away from the building over the last ten years but out of the country for the last ten years So those things. I have learned over the years. I think are true statements now for him to sort of absolve himself from. That's happened in recent years as if somebody else was making all the decisions is disingenuous at the very least and it's clearly an attempt to sort of make himself look good And make himself look detached and he wasn't. We know we absolutely know that. He drafted dwayne haskins on that fateful april night in two thousand nineteen. That was him that was him saying. I don't care what your board says. i don't care what you're trying to sell me. Let me sell you or let me tell you why taking dwayne haskins makes the most sense terribly damaging a first round pick overall. I mean that is a count. There's there's countless examples interviewed defensive coordinators while the defensive coordinator who was still there was involved in the rooms. He was yes. Yes yeah so. I mean brexit. Ball cody right. I mean and you would think that the head coach would be the guy to be able to decide who is defensive. Coordinator is but that's never been the case here. In washington examples become the biggest example the biggest example of the damage that he did during this. Let's just call it. Era of less involvement was his relationship with robert griffin the third it was terribly damaging to the organization. Absolutely absolutely one hundred percent. Look i understand. Why dance snyder wants to create. Wants to present this image. You know. I guess that. I.
"tanya j." Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"Don't want it. you don't meet it but you're gonna get it anyway. That kevin she and chill. Is kevin tommy's here today. I am here today. The show today presented by my good friends at mybookie. Go to my bookie dotting. Use my code kevin dc and they will match your deposit halfway up to a thousand bucks. What does that mean you deposit a thousand. They're going to give you an extra five hundred to gamble with deposit five hundred they'll give you an extra two hundred fifty dollars to gamble with deposit one hundred dollars and they will give you an extra tommy boy. I don't know fifty dollars to wager with. They'll match halfway up to sin dollars. The thing i love about my bookie is they've got very fair odds you can compare them to any other sites they have so many different prop bets in futures bets especially with the sports. We care about her a lot of the sports. We care about the nfl in particular. The latest division odds are narrowing on my bookie. The cowboys are plus one thirty to win the nfc. East washington is now just plus one eighty to win the division. The giants have plus three fifty. The eagles plus six hundred to win the division. So washington really narrowing the gap At least on some betting sites when it comes to the future. Nfc east odds but use my bonus code kevin de c And you can bet and you can get your deposit matched halfway up to a thousand bucks. They've got an online casino with plenty of of ways to play blackjack and craps and And lots of other things We've got a lot to get to because there's actually some i. I would call it breaking news this morning related to the washington football team and i think we should start with this tommy Tonya snyder the wife of dan. Snyder has been named co ceo of the washington football team. The wall street journal had it i. I'm not going to sit here and slap myself on my own back. But i am going to recall conversation in which you very much thought. I was reaching for straws. That i was you know Taking a big leap of faith that tonya snyder was going to become a more significant presence in this organization when i observed jason rights hiring and jason writes comments after he was hired as team president where he mentioned tanya more than anybody had ever mentioned tanya and had mentioned her as much. If not more than dan. And i made that observation and i said they are really trying to push tanya out there. She's going to have more of a role in the organization and she was named co ceo of this morning according to the wall street journal now. What does that mean. We can discuss that. In terms of what that means in terms of the organizational chart just understand that. Dan is still the chairman of the board. He is still the single largest shareholder in the majority shareholder of stock and voting stock in the organization but in terms of ceo. He is half of a c. e. o. And she is the other half. And then you get you know ron rivera. And jason right on the next line of the organizational chart and then you get herni and and and mayhew and everybody else What does this announcement mean to you to me. It's the most insignificant thing in the whole story okay. I didn't realize. I did not read the story by the way. Just for a quote. Here's a quote from this chicken shit story. That's in the wall street journal. What did you just refer to it as chicken shit. Chicken shit okay. I'm sorry you you got a little muffled. Their chicken shit make sure phones. Okay you got it. Here's one quote about the change before all that could change. The and snyder acknowledges that he had to change himself and become more deeply involved. That in the past when he was often distant from the management of the franchise. That's an that's in the story with lowey sponsor pushback. The writer wrote that store. That sense right. The wall street journal andrew beaton was the writer of this story. God i mean you know just take your kneepads off for five minutes and acknowledged that this is a conflict compared to all the reports that have happened for past twenty years then what they do and i don't have the rest of it in front of me because i was able to read it this morning now blocked out of it and i'll be damned if i'm going to buy a subscription to the wall street journal i have one Well that's good. You should read the whole thing because documents days. They document the days. That snyder has been in the building. They actually say he's only been building like two hundred and twenty nine days in the past ten years. Well first of all. What relevance is that to anything you you don't need to be in the building to do the damage. It's it's pathetic this article. This is how you gotta interview with dance snyder. Okay this look. You are absolutely one hundred percent right on tonya. Snyder and that is significant in their in their strategy to dig themselves out of this whole. It's very huge. But i can't get over the crap that's in this story. It's it's. I'm telling you. I don't think the reds washington. Pr department could have written a better story. But there's no push.
"tanya j." Discussed on What Book Hooked You?
"What was it for you that despite not being you know a quote unquote book nerd. That really drew you to not only english but also teaching english Yeah when was one of those. You lucky people i think. Well i think. It's lucky that i knew i wanted to do from a pretty early age and i think what drew me to teaching says i I do. I love being creative. So i love putting together lessons and i love I don't. I won't say loved high school so much i love. I love the culture of high school life. i'm extent like i love it. I could have my fingers in lots of different things. And i enjoyed you know. Athletics enjoyed The arts and academics and leadership and things. Like that. And so i kind of i think i wanted to be part of that culture still and i loved the idea of Being creative sharing knowledge With young people And part of me. I think just loved the idea of yes staying in that high school culture for while which is weird. It's definitely contrasting other parts of high school. That i did not like i would never go back to high school now and you know it was so hard and so many other ways but maybe it was also part of wanting to make that culture better is a big part of it too And feeling like. I had a little bit more power to do that as a teacher. And so i went into teaching because of that i went into english specifically just because i really did love How how and you probably made me feel this way too. But there's just so many directions. You can go in with english and bring in so many different these english you know. We can do drama history. While the humanities really coalesce in english class and luckily like i feel so lucky that i get to read my students rating and they share so much. The stories That i don't think you get necessarily in other courses So i'm super glad. I chose english and i wouldn't. I wouldn't change that choice for the world. It's great and so with that had been your path. At what point. Then did the idea of writing i come.
"tanya j." Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Tanya J. Powers has more live Lisa the frustration of many Americans trying to get a covert shot that's being felt all the way to Washington, D. C. White House press secretary Jen Psaki says the Biden administration agrees with those who say it's unnecessarily difficult to make an appointment. American people who are just trying to do their job, take care of their kids home school balance everything. Everybody's balancing right now. I just want to be able to go on a website and sign up for their vaccine, she says. They're looking at a range of options to fix the problem. New York's Yankee Stadium opened as a vaccination site today, and NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has written to the president to offer the league's remaining 30 stadiums as sites in addition to the seven already on board. So thanks, Tanya. This as the president keeps up the pressure on Congress to pass his version of covert relief as quickly as possible sighting. Today's employment report just 49,000 jobs created in January, though the unemployment rate did did go down to the lowest since March. We're grateful for everyone who found work and is earning a paycheck. It's very clear our economy is still in trouble, The president says. We're still in the teeth of the pandemic. Republicans say his nearly $2 trillion planets you costly when not all of the previous relief has been spent yet, But Democrats are moving ahead with the budget process that can pass a bill without Republican support the U. S Air Force launching a comprehensive security review of installations after a breach yesterday. A joint base. Andrews, a man broke into the same kind of plane used by senior government officials, including the vice president. When senior defense officials says the intruder told officials he just wanted to see a plane. There were several warrants out for his arrest for theft. Not known yet how we got onto the base America is listening to Fox News. This report is sponsored by direct Otto Staying Connected Continues with 161 FM talk. Three police officers were shot in the line of duty early this morning Cow Wilson reports It happened overnight in high point. The standoff began shortly after 11 P.m.. The suspect, barricaded himself inside a home on West English road. He kept police at bay for several hours. Then around 3 A.m.. He began firing at officers. And currently we have three officers that have been struck Lieutenant Matt True until the Triads Fox ain't none of those injuries are life threatening. One of the officers did undergo surgery this morning. The standoff eventually ended around 10 30, the suspect shot and taken into custody following another exchange of gunfire and flash banks a candle A woman has been arrested for drug possession and trafficking. Wlos reports that 38 year old Britney King was taken into custody yesterday by Bunkum County sheriff's Von Searching residents on Curtis Creek Road agents with the county's anti crime task force, as well as deputies from the sheriff's community enforcement team seized more than 1 kg of methamphetamine and a pistol. King is currently being held at the Bunkum County detention Center on a $75,000 bond lawmakers are approving a bill to defer alcohol permit fees for bar owners. The measure would extend the payment of fees for 90 days after all emergency orders affecting bars or lifted by the governor, all licenses that were canceled or moved to inactive status for not paying the fees. Would also be fully reinstated or reactivated..
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"tanya j." Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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"tanya j." Discussed on Subtle Medicine
"My dear dear presist her Tanya. I am so honored that you're here and that we get to dive into this conversation together. So thank you thank you. Thank you for being here. Thank you for having me. It's an honor literally. Okay so I just WanNa start right off the bat kinds of lists. What drew you to sound and sound as a as hewing. Transformational modalities specifically. When did this journey really began for you? Yeah that's such a great question so I I really think that it began as a little girl because I grew up. My father was able architect so like not IMI but like he designed boats and yachts for living so he was a designer and but he always had a band on the side and so that was kind of like I think that if he could have made that his absolute career he would have <hes>. And so I remember as a little girl just always being around music <hes>. And my father used to play at all of the VFW's and the Moose lodges an off of those places and so every weekend we were going we were getting dragged to some event or something that was going on and and I think that it was always such <hes>. Like it was such a a sense of in that moment with music. I could process emotions that I didn't have words for. I could all of a sudden here a song I would be like. Wow someone understands how I feel. You know like with the lyrics of the words and so it was always such a huge part of my life and I remember the first time that I had asked my parents if I could take dance classes. I must've been like nine ten years old or something like that because a lot of my friends were in dance classes and I always loved movement and I remember my father was like. That's so silly. Why would you wanNA dance when you can learn to play the music that people are dancing to and it was just kind of like an okay? You know so. I ended up playing the flute in junior high <hes>. Like our garage was turned into a music room. And so and I just remember like my father I mean. There are being an organ and piano and drums and a trumpet. And all of the stuff that I just used to look forward to those moments of being able to just like slip in there and my dad would practice with me with my flute. How to really awesome band teacher? Who would bring in and like sheet music of the Eagles and different things like that and so then it was fast forward through my college years. I started taking dance so I didn't start my formal dance training until I was seventeen and then I never turned back still and that just became. I think that dancing music for me. We're really my first forms of meditation. They were my first forms of you know really being able to like. I said earlier process things that I didn't have words for and and then with the crystal bowls in the sound healing it. Just kind of naturally came about through my movement practice and working with the nervous system <hes>. In different modalities and then I remember the first time being in a yoga class where the teacher played a crystal bowl and I was just like Whoa and then I think within a couple of months I bought one ball and then that started everything and so that was maybe like five years ago and then now it has really. It's kind of the basis of what I do and the movement and the meditation is just kind of a part of the sounds work. Yeah so it's been a really beautiful journey on Kaido following those threads of music with myself. Yeah Oh my gosh. Thank for sharing that. It's such a beautiful journey and it's a lifelong journey. Truly this is just like you never knew a life without music. You just. It's part of your entire upbringing and really to play in all of the different realms of it the different instruments and moving your body to the music and also creating the music of being on both sides and I think it's interesting that your father said that like Oh play the instruments that people are dancing to you because I I feel like many people does. I've had many friends over the years who were musicians or dancers. It's it's been my experience that I had friends were known people that were like danced no pun intended in both sides of that. So you really. That's an intimate relationship with sound. Very beautiful yeah. It really is and I I really. I feel like that kind of was always the backdrop for everything else that I did in the sense of whenever I couldn't find a way to process something it would I would go to music or the dance studio and then all of a sudden it's like things just processed without having to use my mental capacities <hes>. Very soothing for me so yeah we. We've talked about that a