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Tie for top prize at Academy of Country Music Awards – a first
"Carrie Underwood and Thomas Rats are making history of this year's Academy of Country Country Music Music Awards. Awards. For For the the first first time time ever. ever. The The two two artists artists tied tied in in the the entertainer entertainer of of the the year year category category at at the the awards awards show show Underwood Underwood and and Wreck Wreck share share the the owner owner and and accepted accepted their their awards awards on on stage stage at at the the Grand Grand Old Old Opry. Opry. A A woman woman has has not not won won the the award award since since Taylor Taylor Swift Swift won won it it back back in in 2012. 2012. Underwood has won entertainer of the year twice before in 2009 and 2010. This is Retz. First win in the category that
Breonna Taylor's family 'agree financial settlement' over death
"After after Briana Briana Taylor Taylor was was fatally fatally shot shot by by police police in in Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky, Kentucky, there there appears appears to to be be a a significant significant settlement settlement for for her her family. family. There There are are still still no no criminal criminal charges charges filed filed against against the the three three Louisville Louisville Metro Metro police police officers officers who who opened opened fire fire into into the the home home of of Briana Briana Taylor Taylor is is they they executed executed and and no no knock knock search search warrant. warrant. But But there there are are reports reports Taylor's Taylor's family family has has reached reached the the largest largest ever ever settlement settlement with with the the city city of of Louisville. Louisville. The The financial financial terms terms are are not not being being disclosed, disclosed, but but the the deal deal reportedly reportedly also also includes includes police police reforms reforms like like requiring requiring commanders commanders to to approve approve all all search search warrants warrants before before going going to to a a judge judge and and providing providing housing housing credits credits to to officers officers who who agree agree to to live live in in the the city. city. An An official official announcements announcements expected expected to to come come this this afternoon. afternoon. Ryan Ryan Burrow Burrow ABC ABC news news Western Western
Breonna Taylor's boyfriend sues over his arrest
"A lawyer for beyond Taylor's family set a plea deal was offered to an accused drug trafficker that would have forced him to implicate Taylor, who was killed by police in a raid on her home in March Louisville's top prosecutor acknowledged the existence of the document but said, it was part of a preliminary plea negotiations with the man charged with illegal drug trafficking and not an attempt to smear. Taylor. Taylor Family Attorney Sam Jar posted a photo on social media. Monday that he said was a plea offer jamarcus glover from prosecutors. The photo of the document appear to show Taylor listed as a CO defendant in illegal activities leading up to April twenty second weeks after her death why would they put her name on their? said in a statement sent to the news media, it's outrageous Jefferson county. Commonwealth's attorney Tom Wine said the document was quote a draft that was part of pre-indictment plea negotiations. Taylor. Was Fatally Shot March thirteenth in her home by police serving a narcotic search warrant as part of a wide ranging police operation targeting glover Taylor's former boyfriend glover and others were arrested on drug trafficking charges. The Night Taylor was shot. The shooting has sparked months of protests in Louisville by activists who along with celebrities athletes have called for the officers to be charged in her death. Wine recused himself in May from an investigation into the police actions on the night Taylor was killed Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron's office is now handling that investigation which Cameron has indicated is nearing a conclusion. Wine issued a statement Monday saying Taylor was never a CO defendant in the case against glover. Those drafts posted by Aguilar were never part of the court record and are not court documents. Wine said wind said when he was advised the plea discussions quote out of respect for Ms Taylor I directed that Ms Brianna Taylor's name be removed. whine provided a copy of what he said was the final lead deal offered to glover, which did not include her name but did list her address as a place where glover picked up mail packages Aguilar said Tuesday he received the photo of the plea deal with. Taylor's name on it from Glover's family wine said, his final offer was sent to glover on July twenty. First that offer said Glover would have to accept the deal for a ten year sentence on a dozen drug charges by July twenty first glover down the deal wine said glover implicated Taylor in his criminal activity in jail phone calls to Taylor jail phone calls reported by news media show glover called Taylor. Twenty. Six Times in early January including some calls to ask her to help him gather bond money. The plea document furnished by wine also said Glover kept some of his money at Taylor's address.
Washington, DC Task Force Releases Name Change Recommendations for Monuments, Schools
"Surrounds DC monuments to the founding fathers and whether they should be moved or put into historical context. That's the upshot of recommendations made by the mayor's task force known as D. C. Faces, It suggests more than 150 City landmarks be renamed More from W T O peace. Meghan Chlorine You want to see the Jefferson Memorial's name changed. What about the Washington Monument or Columbus Circle? Those were some of the federal locations whose namesake are identified as men who participated in the slavery or oppression of others. A working group reported to D. C Mayor Muriel Bowser. There are 150 locations in the city that it could rename for others. Including 78 streets, whose names you'll likely no well. Foxhall, Upshur and Brentwood, 12 parks and playgrounds, some name for Presidents James Monroe and William Henry Harrison and Guy Mason. Mason. And And many many schools schools Woodrow Woodrow Wilson Wilson High, High, Zachary Zachary Taylor Taylor Elementary, Elementary, Van Van Ness Ness Elementary Elementary and and Thomas Thomas Jefferson Jefferson Middle. Middle. The The group group recommends recommends the the city city rename, rename, remove remove or or contextualized contextualized contextualized locations locations locations to to to fit fit fit with with with DCs DCs DCs values values values of of of equity equity equity and and and diversity. diversity. diversity. See See See the the the full full full list. list. list. W W W t t t o o o p p p dot dot dot com com com Meghan Meghan Meghan Cloherty Cloherty Cloherty w w w T T T o o o p p p News. News. News. Meantime, Confederate named
"taylor taylor" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Him on the show in the past. It's a pleasure to have back the president of lab M D Mike Doherty. Thank you for coming up game, Alexe. Well, thanks for having me. How are you? Good. Yeah. I saw you were a University of Michigan alum. I can't remember if we've ever talked about this, but no, no. Yeah. Yeah, I'm kind of a freakazoid about it. I think that's great. I grew up in Detroit while outside of Detroit and went to Central Michigan. So I was up a little bit higher. Didn't make it to u of M. Well, where did you Where did you go? Groping Two turkeys. I was born in Detroit. That's cool. Just doubts down River and Taylor Taylor. Erica? Yeah. Were you actually in the city limits? Wilma. Both my parents were Detroit police officers when they met, so we had to be and then and then my dad taught me about bank break in rank and raising hell, and he moved outside the city. After the riots and had to sue the city for the right to do it. He was actually working during the riots, though I was a little boy. I remember I couldn't leave the house and moved in with us. Dad had drive one to work. Oh, yeah? Absolutely scary time in Detroit's is greatly terrible. Yeah, but now I think a lot of other cities they're starting to get a taste of that. Now it's 20 to 1 that I like. That's what those stupid about those people I'm like. Look at Detroit, for God's sakes. I mean, they handed over the Democrats, and then there's so much corruption for 50 years you got you know the mayor is in jail and all the stuff going on, and they're like they're just toned up. It's terrifying, because Oh, yeah, you know, I burn it down in a day and you takes years to build it back, and I love Detroit Mayor Yeah, well, I was there, and I remember when Archer was in and I thought he was pretty decent. And then he's like, I'm done with this. He like went out on his own terms. He's like, I can't deal with this. Then you get the Chronicle Patrick years were just terrible years for Detroit, you know, and across talking on the street. It was terrible, absolute absolute crook. I want to talk to you a little bit about the vaccine. We keep hearing about their going into rocket speed warp speed. They say through the trials to try to get this vaccine as fast as possible. The government putting billions of dollars in buys in order to get this on the shelves, so if it does get approved by the FDA, they can start distributing or doing whatever they want with it as soon as possible, And I'm curious. This warp speed of going through. There's probably some concerns you have when it comes to the end game and what could be happening with this vaccine? We have the whole thing's flying so fast. It's kind of like you're supposed to. Ah. You know, hold a pillow on a spoon and walk down the aisle of the plane's crashing, So it's just a little unrealistic. And I work in medicine for, you know, over 30 years, and, you know, most people have never been in medicine. Because if you're patient, you aren't in medicine. Just like if you're flying on the plane, you're not an aviation experts, so it's really been Terrible toe watch. Everyone get so circled and confused by politicized experts and vaccines are being drawn. The picture that's being drawn in people's minds is cure. And that that's gonna solve everything and vaccines are are not cures. They're really just injecting your body with a little bit of the bad stuff so you don't get sick. And so that your body will build up the defenses. So if you get a big exposure, you don't get sick, and that's a real simple way of saying it, but they take an average of 10 to 20 years to develop. And while we have a lot of tech, we actually have a lot of advances due to the AIDS crisis and all the years have been doing vaccine, So we have a lot more than what you have. And I'm a vaccine guy. I'm not. I'm not some crazy person that thinks that Jenny McCarthy knows what she's talking about about vaccinations. But I'll tell you I think the trials always go great when you're in theory and that the third level when they start getting into human test, that's always word derails. I mean, look at AIDS. We don't have an AIDS vaccine. But we have a licked in the sense. It's not really distance anymore because of drug cocktails. So you know, I just I wish someone could get up there and speak clearly and calmly with credibility. But it's just so politicized. And I don't trust douchey because of he speaks half truths. And you wouldn't know that if you weren't Really in medicine? Yeah, that's interesting about not knowing that unless you're in medicine because a lot of people have trunk inclusions, and I'm thinking about previous times in the past, when there's been some sort of medical issue, that's everyone's talked about it. And I guess it does go back into the Eighties late 19 early nineties, late eighties when it comes to HIV and AIDS and Magic Johnson, But that was about you too. Back then, that isn't where he became popular. Sure, but he was a younger man, and he was not. Ah, you no card carrying member of the bureaucracy and so you know, times change. And what really, really turned me off on him. And that doesn't mean I killed the baby with the bathwater. But he Boy. He really knows how to, you know, walk to political tightrope, and he knows it, And it's just like everyone that deceives. It's what they don't say. And what really arrange me about him was a drug to Clark win because What really is about is it's none of his or anyone else's damn business about the physician patient relationship. That's what's going on here and that he didn't bring that up. He and so I'm like up. He's a total institutional dude. Hey, he's not, You know, he's violating the trust of people that are there following him blindly, and most people have to follow medical people blindly. And and that's a huge trust. And when he sits there and says, because my position's basically this, Okay, Here's a drug that's approved to be market in the United States. It's been around for tens of years decades. It's dirt cheap. We know the downside. It might work versus death. Okay? I'm sorry. I'm the government doesn't get to say that is called off label. And the media immediately runs around allowing the wrong picture to be drawn in the public's head. That off label is bad and unusual, and it's good and none of your business and not unusual. Because it's a physician patient relationship, and it's a physician's job to know. I mean, if anyone's freaked out about the side effects of the drugs, Clark when I beg you to go to your Cabinet, open your aspirin bottle and see what their law firm has done on the side effects there. So you know this whole thing about You know, Putting this group think on medicine is incredibly dangerous. And but you know diseases and cooperated idiots like this, So when they're proven wrong, they just they just suppressed the story. Well, you know the same thing to outside of the trying to rush things and try to get through this in an orderly way in the FDA trying to, you know, do this through warp speed. The same thing was going on behind the scenes when it came to peer review, so there were certain studies that came out And they threw it out there, and the media would grab onto it as fast as possible. And then maybe a couple of weeks later, they would have to realize there was no review on this, And then they would have to backtrack or retract the study, quote unquote study to begin with which has thrown so much other confusion into it..
Hong Kong police arrest 360 as thousands protest over security laws
"Hong Hong Kong Kong distance distance planned planned a a massive massive March March in in Hong Hong Kong Kong today today but but they they were were faced faced with with a a formidable formidable array array of of armed armed police police and and were were forced forced to to spread spread out out around around the the city city as as police police arrested arrested over over three three hundred hundred here here for for an an assessment assessment of of the the tensions tensions in in Hong Hong Kong Kong is is M. M. Taylor Taylor Preval Preval he he is is director director of of the the MIT MIT security security studies studies program program so so welcome welcome it's it's great great to to have have you you with with us us give give us us your your sense sense did did basically basically China China win win this this one one today today I I don't don't think think I I don't don't want want this this one one today today I I mean mean the the protests protests have have been been going going on on for for a a very very long long period period of of time time and and this this is is just just one one one one battler battler but but it's it's a a much much longer longer our our war war in in Hong Hong Kong Kong for for for for greater greater independence independence from from China China what what was was the the response response from from the the police police from from the the authorities authorities much much more more forceful forceful than than we've we've seen seen in in the the past past because because they they they they were were trying trying to to get get to to let's let's go go as as a a threat threat finance finance religion religion council council and and anywhere anywhere near near it it right right no no but but but but but but there's there's been been I I mean mean do do these these protests protests have have literally literally been been going going on on for for almost almost a a year year right right and and and and so so today today yes yes perhaps perhaps the the protesters protesters didn't didn't get get to to where where they they wanted wanted to to go go but but in in some some ways ways because because you you are are talking talking about about her her I I think think the the protest protest on on back back right right I I mean mean it it is is very very clear clear that that the the people people of of Hong Hong Kong Kong are are upset upset with with the the new new legislation legislation proposed proposed in in Beijing Beijing and and they're they're taking taking to to the the streets streets again again even even though though the the virus virus situation situation Hong Hong Kong Kong perhaps perhaps without without fully fully eats eats them them and and that that to to me me I I think think is is almost almost more more important important than than sort sort of of what what happened happened in in in in in in in in in in for for today's today's round round right right and and insist insist it's it's round round after after round round after after his his vision vision care care about about with with the the people people of of Hong Hong Kong Kong upset upset me me what what real real effect effect does does it it have have on on the the vital vital interests interests of of China China itself itself well well I I mean mean for for for for Beijing Beijing right right Bayview Bayview Hong Hong Kong Kong and and and and the the protests protests over over the the last last year year to to the the land land of of opportunity opportunity right right and and then then when when when when Britain Britain I I reverted reverted to to Hong Hong Kong Kong in in in in Britain Britain and and a a training training issue issue in in Hong Hong Kong Kong diversion diversion which which took took place place in in nineteen nineteen ninety ninety seven seven but but it it was was under under this this rubric rubric of of one one country country two two systems systems in in the the one one country country was was tryna tryna therefore therefore Hong Hong Kong Kong was was a a part part of of I I tried tried it it but but there there be be two two systems systems of of governance governance and and within within that that Hong Hong Kong Kong would would enjoy enjoy a a substantial substantial amount amount of of talking talking and and the the protests protests that that have have been been happening happening it's it's in in the the last last year year for for responding responding to to efforts efforts by by I I bet bet you you can can basically basically took took a a certain certain greater greater control control over over a a dead dead inside inside Hong Hong Kong Kong kind kind of of squeezing squeezing that that economy economy so so from from Beijing's Beijing's perspective perspective there there were were writing writing in in my my furnace furnace and and in in my my system system they they over over exaggerate exaggerate the the fact fact that that sort sort of of any any kind kind of of true true independence independence movement movement Hong Hong Kong Kong or or the the fact fact that that might might succeed succeed in in the the main main event event at at the the symbology symbology here here is is important important and and clearly clearly the the people people of of Hong Hong Kong Kong are are kind kind of of standing standing up up to to China China and and and and that that of of course course kind kind of of adaptations adaptations for for other other US US sovereignty sovereignty disputes disputes involving involving China China including including Taiwan Taiwan also also has has implications implications for for domestic domestic politics politics what what is is left left at at this this point point in in your your assessment assessment of of the the two two systems systems as as part part of of the the one one country country two two systems systems some some of of the the United United States States a a look look at at it's it's basically basically gone gone but but is is that that an an exact exact I I think think that that overstates overstates the the situation situation but but clearly clearly I've I've China China has has on on one one level level right right the the national national security security level level are are much much more more forcefully forcefully asserted asserted itself itself it it hasn't hasn't moved moved out out to to sort sort of of take take down down everything everything else else that that makes makes the the Hong Hong Kong Kong what what it it is is today today and and what what makes makes the the system system also also different different from from that that in in the the mail mail about about it it certainly certainly if if adding adding an an extra extra layer layer of of screaming screaming in in actual actual air air pressure pressure also also it it sort sort of of has has been been backsliding backsliding on on on on efforts efforts to to serve serve allow allow other other people people of of Hong Hong Kong Kong greater greater autonomy autonomy and and how how did did she she shoot shoot their their chief chief executive executive so so I I think think some some thought thought that that over over the the course course of of time time through through Hong Hong Kong Kong economy economy I I was was going going to to wake wake our our hotline hotline didn't didn't get get it it in in the the agreement agreement that that led led to to Hong Hong Kong Kong reversion reversion to to the the mainland mainland and and and and as as basically basically have have stopped stopped at at the the I I try try to to sort sort of of saying saying look look how how how how you you can can pass pass through through a a town town in in the the but but you you can't can't have have maybe maybe what what you you thought thought you're you're going going to to have have the the and and we we Beijing Beijing and and I I have have the the final final say say on on how how the the territories territories governed governed so so that that it it does does not not impinge impinge upon upon how how the the departing departing Beijing Beijing views views are are kind kind of of sovereignty sovereignty it's it's not not just just the the people people of of Hong Hong Kong Kong were were upset upset about about the the developments developments with with a a fair fair number number of of people people in in Washington Washington both both Republicans Republicans and and Democrats Democrats I I should should say say who who were were also also in in sync sync some some genuine genuine concerns concerns including including today today with with sector sector prepares prepares saying saying he he will will not not certify certify that that Hong Hong Kong Kong is is autonomous autonomous which which as as I I understand understand it it puts puts a a question question it's it's trade trade treatment treatment by by the the United United States States does does that that put put pressure pressure on on Beijing Beijing it it feels feels like like it it hurts hurts Hong Hong Kong Kong more more than than it it does does Beijing Beijing I I think think ultimately ultimately it it will will hurt hurt Hong Hong Kong Kong more more than than hurt hurt gained gained attention attention because because Beijing Beijing views views this this through through the the land land sovereignty sovereignty much much more more than than through through the the lens lens of of finance finance and and economics economics think think back back twenty twenty or or thirty thirty years years ago ago Hong Hong Kong Kong was was greater greater China's China's financial financial sector sector right right it it was was it it was was sort sort of of the the engine engine of of of of a a kind kind of of coastal coastal economy economy would would be be under under close close he he played played an an enormous enormous role role in in China's China's opening opening reform reform but but now now try try as as much much wealthier wealthier too too much much stronger stronger and and then then many many people people try try to to talk talk about about how how they'd they'd like like to to see see John John hi hi I I play play the the role role that that Hong Hong Kong Kong once once before before and and so so it it just just pushes pushes out out more more companies companies into into trying trying to to intentionally intentionally high high I I don't don't think think Beijing Beijing will will necessarily necessarily be be that that it it is is active active if if of of course course some some businesses businesses may may choose choose to to go go alternate alternate and and and and and and and and I I think think you're you're asking asking the the board board to to the the greatest greatest beneficiary beneficiary that that regard regard it it was was this this in in some some sense sense is is inevitable inevitable that that would would happen happen or or his his timing timing something something important important here here well well the the word word is is world world is is consumed consumed of of attack attack Pendek Pendek does does that that give give president president G. G. and and division division and and opportunity opportunity I I don't don't think think it it does does my my view view is is that that the the situation situation Hong Hong Kong Kong has has been been deteriorating deteriorating for for the the last last six six years years or or so so the the last last twelve twelve months months right right with with the the practice practice that that we we talked talked about about at at the the start start of of the the segment segment it's it's it's it's been been quite quite intense intense and and from from Beijing's Beijing's perspective perspective the the government government Hong Hong Kong Kong is is unable unable right right basically basically I've I've I've I've bring bring those those protests protests to to land land and and return return stability stability to to the the territory territory and and so so many many of of us us who who who who watched watched the the situation situation how how come come thought thought that that China China would would do do something something and and they'll they'll probably probably do do something something this this spring spring especially especially after after one one third third of of the the coronavirus coronavirus situation situation began began to to ease ease I'm I'm not not sure sure hi hi everyone everyone myself myself included included necessarily necessarily predicted predicted the the National National Security Security wallaby wallaby the the format format the the actual actual tape tape but but but but that that China China is is taking taking action action to to defend defend what what I I believe believe that that if if interested interested call call call call I I don't don't think think I I should should be be surprising surprising and and I I I I don't don't think think it's it's an an effort effort to to take take advantage advantage of of the the server server the the world's world's distraction distraction moreover moreover if if you you look look at at U. U. S. S. China China relations relations and and they they had had never never before before has has the the recommend recommend more more focused focused on on China China than than in in the the last last four four months months right right the the checkout checkout is is being being opportunistic opportunistic and and thinks thinks the the U. U. S. S. is is distracted distracted I I don't don't know know how how they they can can come come to to that that conclusion conclusion we're we're talking talking about about yeah yeah he he I I will will talk talk about about it it I I tried tried all all day day all all the the time time or or what what it it means means but but United United States States cell cell I I I I I I do do think think that that that that that that that that product product products products which which I I think think it's it's fair fair to to say say I I don't don't think think we're we're to to stop stop talking talking about about China China for for example example long long time time to to come come we're we're still still not not done done with with the the national national people's people's Congress Congress right right thank thank you you so so very very much much is is really really great great to to have have you you with with us us today today that that is is MIT's MIT's M. M. Taylor Taylor
Lady Gaga's star-studded One World: Together At Home concert raises $127.9 MILLION for coronavirus relief efforts
"Did you see it one world together at home last night the two hour special boy featured performances by some of music's top names and how to help raise funds for the fight against the corona virus than tech they raise nearly a hundred and twenty eight million dollars hosted by late night talk show show host host Stephen Stephen Colbert Colbert Jimmy Jimmy Fallon Fallon and and Jimmy Jimmy Kimmel Kimmel the the show show featured featured a a host host of of stars stars from from Paul Paul McCartney McCartney Stevie Stevie Wonder Wonder Elton Elton John John Taylor Taylor swift swift Andre Andre but but chilly chilly Billy Billy Irish Irish doesn't get any better than that yeah Elton John I said him did not he was terrific the proceeds will support the covert nineteen solidarity response fund for the World Health Organization good work by the on the part of those folks
Expedia: 500 people in Seattle will lose their jobs
"Travel giant Expedia group is announcing massive layoffs including hundreds of jobs on the chopping block at their new Seattle headquarters couples Joe Marino reports on the impact of the far reaching cuts one of the biggest names in online travel is about to send thousands of workers packing Expedia is laying off some three thousand employees a whopping twelve percent of its its total total workforce workforce so so this this is is part part of of their their plan plan to to simplify simplify and and streamline streamline as as they they say say Taylor Taylor Soper Soper has has been been tracking tracking developments developments for for geekwire geekwire says says Expedia Expedia chairman chairman Barry Barry Diller spelled out the problems in a recent earnings call he would call the organization bloated organizations that we kind of lost our way Expedia says
Mickelson, one behind Taylor, close to record sixth Pebble Beach win
"Final round of the eighteen T. pebble beach pro am promises to be a good one Phil Mickelson shot a five under sixty seven P. sixteen under for the tournament after three rounds and he's within one shot of the leader Nick Taylor Taylor was at seventeen under one ninety eight as it goes for a second PGA tour victory Mickelson talked about hitting just half of the greens during his third round course was not easy because you have the wind obviously but the greens are so firm and they're so small that you're heading to such small sections and so what's more important is actually angles to get to those bands so if you could miss it on the correct side you can still have a shot and and still get up and down to get a close from CBS Mickelson is the defending champ he'll be going for a record sixth title at pebble
Fan events announced for 2020 NCAA Men's Basketball Final Four in Atlanta
"With eighty days to go to the final four turns to Atlanta W. S. B.'s J. black reports basketball fans will have a lot to do downtown that first weekend of a personally the fifth time college basketball will crown its champion here it's an incredible city to host a large scale event like this stand Gavin with the NC double a downtown to be set up very similar to how it was from last year's Super Bowl games and and a a free free open open practices practices at at Mercedes Mercedes Benz Benz stadium stadium fan fan fest fest of of the the World World Congress Congress center center and and free free concerts concerts at at centennial centennial park park headlined headlined by by Taylor Taylor swift swift the the four four day day festival festival features basketball Dan Corso of the Atlanta sports council of its kick off on Friday April third with the national semifinals the following day
Downey Man Charged In Beating Death of 6-Year-Old Boy
"It's eight oh seven prosecutors file murder and assault charges against a downy man accused of severely beating his six year old god son the twenty three year old man is now awaiting arraignment on charges that could send him to prison for twenty five years to life if he's convicted prosecutors say say Tyler Tyler to to Sean Sean Martin Martin brown brown had had been been watching watching the the boy boy over over the the holiday holiday break break and and attacked attacked him him in in his his apartment apartment Dave Dave on on Taylor Taylor died died the the day day after after Christmas Christmas at at a a hospital hospital in in Long Long Beach Beach yeah yeah everybody when the boys ons tells K. cal ninety von was an energetic kid who love to play sports basketball basketball the voice dot tells the LA times his son had been spending time with the man known as coach Ty and he wondered why an LA unified spokeswoman says brown worked as a program supervisor for the district's beyond the bell after school program in a message to parents the principle of Normandy elementary says Martin friend who worked as a supervisor in the schools after school program last summer was arrested in connection with the death of a student the message goes on to say we extend our deepest condolences to the child's family and friends during this tragic time we will be making counselors available to support students and employees who may be impacted by this incident click here to talk KNX ten seventy
"taylor taylor" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Yeah and Taylor Taylor had been killed had kind of had fumble issues early in his first year a little bit early in the second year had and not been had not been a problem all year until yet use credit with two fumbles lastly gets produce one was from a clean yet reached in productive all well one was on that they run a wildcat package and he just never got the ball cleanly from the the wide receiver was playing quarterback solved Allen was more one of the function of him getting yet but yeah that's that's definitely a character from an outside what Paul Chris the head coach was really happy to victory because it set him up for a chance to to get yeah sure the division title yeah any but the the turnovers really annoyed him he was just burn bibles how does some Flack plane in Madison and the golfers John enough were flak cannon No Way badger fans or the goal for still yes there's the rivalry yes there is the axe the flag just as an accomplished now for were folks are bothered by how may be his his Prasanta his phrases slogans play on a on a regular basis what in Madison it's a little bit difference in my experience goes back to when she before took Minnesota doctors were strapping play in the western right the Cotton Bowl yeah so I was exposed to his shtick so I form my own opinion long before he even took the job Minnesota the the issue for Wisconsin fans with PJ personally knows a good coach he was a good coach in the mac the guy's a good coach and coordinator it's right the waitress the Wisconsin people perceive him as a person is this Paul Chris is keeping away from the cameras it's not about me yeah bought my players you're not going to be my to cover our media guide PJ's exacted since you're gonna see PJ everywhere correct and I think the perspective of staff and as we like our guide better because it's about the kids our perception of that guy it's it's about him you mentioned that that you of a definitive opinion about flecked you get in and you talk about good coach in the court as well what else is your view on knowing from western Michigan watching exited the badgers in the bowl game and just just now seeing them first hand for a for a couple games so far out I'll be honest with you you know Minnesota fans are gonna like to sit there listening but I have yet to ask the question whether it was during the ball prep for the Cotton Bowl or whether it's been at the big ten meetings I've yet to ask my question not one of those players with a conversation doesn't it mean we start with how it affects him but I asked him a question in the big ten meetings earlier this year about Ibrahim because two plates yeah last year and the answer was well he's a lot like me used to this to this you too small you I also say to him I don't care about you he John Allen about your kids bass that has been my experience with him hello the coach but every question I asked it somehow goes back to him couple last minute to Jeff Petry guess covers the badgers for the Milwaukee journal Sentinel on do you think it is locked in that the winner of this game if as expected they lose the following week in India the badgers that the winner tomorrow is still locked in to the Rose Bowl rose will excuse me or they're still too many issues up in the air about that I wouldn't say locked and I would say Minnesota has a better chance to get the gospel simply because what's it been how many generations I got a bigger roles will people are looking at Minnesota at Saint if we invite Minnesota we will have to you know have toll booths at the state line of California because everybody from the snow seriously yeah it's going to be it should be like that now I would like it to be what was Scott and experience under Alvarez the nineteen ninety three season when they have been there for you know three decades whatever was and everybody went to because it was she it would be huge for the state so I think minutes so it's got a really good chance for that reason alone obviously with the new system the playoffs than your triple there's so much that the unknown but I think that that's one thing and Penn state was there I want to say during the two thousand sixteen season yeah that is Michael Johnson maybe was gotten the chance again and one for you let's see I believe out and you know so Minnesota contents it's on the local people I want Minnesota from the past I I just I wonder about this lesson are on then I'll let you go let's say the gophers when and then decisively give be bios Ohio state at all by the way the week before Michigan beat Ohio state right arm and all of sudden Harbaugh's club has been playing good now for six weeks with that clause the folks in Pasadena to say Hey Jim Harbaugh Michigan roles wall let's bring them out here yeah I could see that because I mean that's that's not only the coach's name but the brand of Michigan and I I mean I off the top of my head I don't remember the last time they were in it's been a while you know yeah but that would not call for respecting right that was from a lot programs I think so Jeff really I appreciate the information travel safe and not keeping your stuff order taker thank you Jeff Petry kiss of very good on what's taking place with the badgers historically and this particular year about the team and then the scenario for tomorrow it is twelve forty nine that is the latest construction time check tied to protect your home Chad hard it's the Black Friday sale a base visit ace hardware dot com to get your coupon for fifteen.
Diplomats reveal new details on Ukraine at first impeachment hearing
"Day. One Thousand Twenty eight of the trump administration will go down as day one of the first public impeachment hearings in generation. Today's testimony featured to veterans senior diplomats called upon to lay out the case part of the overall case against the president. Today is testimony brought forth some some new revelations that tied trump closer to the Ukraine pressure campaign ambassador. George Kantha State Department's top expert on Ukraine. And William Taylor Taylor. The current acting ambassador to Ukraine appeared together before the House Intel Committee. Both our top diplomat. Who served under both Republican and democratic like presidents? I represent the third generation of my family to have chosen a career in public service in sworn the oath of office that all. US US public servants. Do in defense of our Constitution. Indeed there has been George Bent sworn to defend the constitution continuously for nearly sixty years. It has been a privilege for me to serve our country and the American people for more than fifty years starting as a cadet at West Point. Is You have mentioned Mr Chairman. That is an infantry officer for six cheers including with one hundred first Airborne Division in Vietnam than at the Department of Energy than as a member of a Senate staff then at NATO than with the State Department right here and abroad in Afghanistan Iraq Jerusalem and Ukraine much of the hearing focused on the July twenty fifth phone call in which President trump trump asked Ukraine's presidents Alinsky for investigations into the Biden and our two thousand sixteen election. The witnesses also described an effort by trump up in his deputies to leverage that country into delivering those investigations if they wanted the promise. US military aid to be used in their fight the Russians by the way it was against that backdrop that ambassador Taylor eventually revealed another pivotal conversation involving trump. That took replace July twenty six the day after the phone call in question. Taylor set a staffer of his recently told him about this conversation involving having the president and the trump donor turned ambassador to the EU. Gordon Sunland member of my staff could hear president trump on the phone asking ambassador ambassador. Sunland the investigations that's toll president trump the Ukrainians were ready to move forward following the call. With president trump trump. The member of my staff asked investor. Solomon what president trump thought about Ukraine. That's the song and responded that President Trump cares more about the investigations of Biden. mm-hmm which Giuliani was pressing for two sources familiar with this matter told NBC News that David Holmes currently the political counselor at the US Embassy. The in Ukraine is the staff member that Taylor was referring to there Taylor Story About Holmes earned homes and invitation at testify which he will do behind closed doors on Friday complicating matters for the Republicans and making him a less easy target. NBC NBC News. Also reports that in twenty fourteen. Mr Holmes won a State Department award for speaking out internally about the Obama Obama Administration policy in Afghanistan. Gordon Sunlen never mentioned this particular call with trump and his closed door testimony before impeachment impeachment investigators trump who spent the day hosting Turkey's president. Erta one at the White House says he was too busy to watch the hearing late today. Trump responded onto this new information however from Ambassador Taylor. I know nothing about that. First Time I've heard the one thing that I've seen that Sandelin said was that He did speak to me for a brief moment. And I said no quid pro quo under any circumstances and that's true in any event that's more second hand end information but I've never heard of conversation I don't recall no not at all. Not even a little bit intelligence committee chairman Adam. Schiff had a very different different. Take on this matter what this call indicates as other testimony has likewise indicated. Is that the instructions coming from the the president on down during the hearing Republicans Slam Taylor
What Bill Taylor's impeachment inquiry testimony tells us
"The impeachment inquiry got even more contentious today with some house. Republicans Walking in on a closed door hearing that's part of the investigation this after damning testimony yesterday from the top US diplomat in Ukraine William Taylor Taylor said that president trump may Obama and joins us now welcome thanks for having me and I of a what did you think of Taylor's testimony at least the part that we've seen the opening statement what stood out to you well I I wanna say in full disclosure that I've known Bill Taylor for twenty five years I found him to be an amazing diplomat in all the different jobs that he had that we enter acted with so I don't pretend to be a neutral observer when repeating is testimony but I founded devastating mostly because it was so Oh incredibly detailed and he just tied together all the little dots and is and Cross T.'s that you'd want to connect the quid pro quo the Holding of military aid and the holding of Oval Office visit in return for the investigation of this company Barista which hunter Biden Vice President sunsets and the investigation of alleged meddling of Ukrainian individuals in the two thousand sixteen election now the White House Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham released a statement after Taylor's testimony saying today was triple hearsay and there was no quid pro quo what do you make of that well I'm sorry I you know I can say I am six foot eight and that doesn't mean that I am six foot eight I mean I I just I find this defense just alarming to the intelligence of the people reading those statements I it's just clear as day to me whether or not the quid pro quo is an peachable offense that's another matter but the notion that they keep going back to there was no trade when the the evidence I think is just overwhelming and by the way that statement also I found to be really revolting triple hearsay number one but then to call ambassador Taylor as I recall and a radical unelected bureaucrat this is a person who served our country for Fifty Years Democrats and Republicans by the way was appointed US ambassador Ukraine by President Bush. I just find this attacking the Messenger Strategy also indicative that they don't have the facts on the side as you know the acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney was asked last week about a quid pro quo and he seemed to say that yes there was a quid pro quo and then he ended up walking that back but one of the things that he said in that press conference was we do that all the time with foreign policy as a former ambassador yourself did you ever see Oren policy as he said become political in any way so When I was in the government is her five years in the Obama Administration we did set up quid pro quos in fact even with Ukraine I was involved in some of those where we said there will not be a a meeting with President Obama for instance we did this in two thousand then I believe with President Yanukovych unless you do something to more secure your nuclear way straight that's called diplomacy t Tat's leverage that part is true what is not true is that I never remember a time when we did a quid pro quo to advance President Obama's personal interest or his reelection efforts that is the part that's radically at to my knowledge has never been done before okay when I ask you about the other big reason we wanted to talk to you which is what's going on in Syria and Russia has started patrolling parts of the Syrian border her in a deal reached with Turkey yesterday those two countries now working together in northeast Syria after the US pull out what do you make of that deal and the idea that Russia now has more control in that region is a great it's a giant victory for Vladimir Putin he's been working at the for years he wants to be the the king maker in the Middle East he wanted to support his dictator ally Mr Assad now he's achieved the results he wanted especially with our complete capitulation so now he's negotiating with Iran the Americans are not even at the table ask you one more thing as you look at Russia right now how is it possible that a country that has an economy that is less than one tenth the size of the United States having so many successes all over the world achieving its goals what Putin has you know small cards in his hands but he's not afraid to play them so I think part of it is due to the way that he is not afraid to break the rules of the game but if part Lee is also you know the trump administration president trump himself this is a capitulation knees pulling out of our of Syria and giving Putina a win Dan and getting nothing in return you know we were earlier talking about tit for tat sin quid pro quo there's none of that kind of set up with respect to Syria and I would say the same is true in Ukraine the big loser in all this scandal the trump involvement there and the privatization of our foreign policy there for his person donald gain is a weakening of our relationship with presidents Alinsky in the new government there that's all a win for Putin that his former US ambassador to Russia Michael mcfaul now director of the freemen spoke Lee Institute for International Studies at Stanford thank you so much for joining
White House Labels Bill Taylor's Testimony As 'Triple Hearsay'
"After yesterday's damning testimony from career diplomat bill bill Taylor Taylor the the house house impeachment impeachment enquiring enquiring moves moves on on to to Deputy Deputy Assistant Assistant defense defense secretary secretary Laura Laura Cooper Cooper an an official official of of the the office office of of management management and and budget budget is is also also expected expected to to be deposed but OMB says it's people will not comply Taylor was the top diplomat in Ukraine when president trump made his now infamous phone call the president's Lynskey he been called out of retirement after the president fired the ambassador and Taylor spoke with several players in the saga about trading military aid for dirt on the bidens in his testimony he flatly allege that the president and his people were behind White House is trying to dismiss the testimony calling it triple hearsay and insisting the president did nothing wrong ABC news chief legal analyst Dan Abrams says Taylor's testimony supports and builds on earlier testimony from other witnesses in a typical trial defense attorneys will try to get people to isolate a single piece of evidence and I'll say to the jury you're not going to convict on that piece of evidence are you that's not proof beyond a reasonable doubt and prosecutors will say wait a sec look at all of this together put all of the pieces together and that's what I think you have to do in the context of what we're seeing here
Diplomat to Face Questions About Ukraine Aid
"The top US diplomat in Ukraine will be on Capitol Hill today to give closed door testimony as part of the house Democrats impeachment inquiry of president trump and here's Michele Kellerman says lawmakers will question ambassador William Taylor Taylor served as US ambassador to Ukraine more than a decade ago and return to Kiev this year to replace a woman trump called quote bad news in text messages released by the house committees Taylor writes that Ukraine's president is sensitive about not being seen as an instrument for U. S. politics in another he says it's in his word to crazy to withhold security assistance for help with a political
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Russi Taylor, Voice Of Minnie Mouse Dies At 75
"The voice of many mouse has died Russi Taylor bye bye you're the chairman of Disney's and the same and that Minnie mouse lost her voice with the passing of Russi Taylor Taylor was married to Wayne all wine rainy we all line was the voice of Mickey Mouse so Mickey and Minnie were really married to each other that's perfect they were married for thirty two years to each other until his passing in two thousand nine how do we not know this I know we were supposed to know everything with the internet and this to skate all of us recently received Taylor of played many in the video game kingdom hearts three D. dream drop distance one she really talk you call the pizza place you're ordering the pizza like very sweet nor does miss the mountains rise not listening to me on the phone all right well that I I I'm with Lauren how did we not too many were were married in real life and what was in the did they fall in love during a movie probably at work but but yeah I would think that most people would know that there are the most iconic cartoon couple yes so why would we know that there have like you've really the happy like Homer and and and and we would know that that be weird but it would
"taylor taylor" Discussed on KCRW
"It was like a love letter to the plastic bag. Love letter might be a little much. I do love plastic bag. So I do. So tell us what you found. So I talked to the economists name's Rebecca Taylor Taylor. Recently published the super interesting study about bands in California. What I found was that sales of garbage bags actually skyrocketed after plastic carryout bags were banned. So people would reuse their bags like line trash bin, these that you use them to pick up dog poop. Because that's another. I don't either. But all these people who reused their plastic bags, they still needed bags small garbage banks. They went up by one hundred twenty percents. Their sales did medium bags up by sixty percents is here's the crucial thing that she told me garbage bags are actually thicker than shopping bags. So the use more plastic. I find that about thirty percents of the plastic that was eliminated by banning carryout bags comes back in the form of thicker, garbage bags. But here's the thing, these bans didn't apply to paper bags. Okay. And that led to a huge increase of paper use. I always get paper grocery bags. Please do not hate me, for pointing this out, okay. Actually, there are multiple studies. They all show that actually paper bags are worse for the environment then plastic. Yeah. So paper bags. This one really great thing for them, which they are biodegradable. They will eventually break down. But you have to use way more energy to. To create them. So we have a major uptick of trash bag sales, and then we have a major uptick of paper bag use. That's why Taylor says banning plastic shopping bags ends up increasing greenhouse gas emissions. So I would say this leaves us with nothing. But there's a kind of bag that I use all the time and, you know, this is public radio. So we cannot have this conversation without bringing up the noble tote bag Stacey. No, I don't wanna have to say this, but I have to study from the UK government, and they found a person would have to use cotton, tote bag a hundred thirty one times before it was better for climate change, then using plastic grocery bag. Okay. Greg. But, like we can't just carry things around in our arms. Like, what, what are we supposed to do? You should use the same bag over and over again. Now that bags should probably not be organic cotton. Us one that's like polyester or somewhat durable plastic. But then there's kind of the broader policy question, tell her. Feet is smarter that a band, that's because they're both equally effective when it comes to the goal of encouraging reuse, so about fifty percents of customers begin using mutual bags under both ban and under feet, so impose a fee and encourage re-use.
Google Combined The Google Home And Nest Security Cam Into One Screen
"Google has a new Google home that bills in security camera technology do us a home security camera like outdoor security camera. We do but it's not like a smart camera. It's just power over Ethernet IP cameras, and we run them into a video recorder. So got like two weeks of footage. But this is more of like isn't this in the are they pushing in the next line? I think it is tied in more with more with nest. There's no Amazon is Amazon is nest. Amazon is Alexa. No. But the which company owns which company. Google didn't it is your Google. So this is the the nest Nestorian Amazon bought the other other one, right? There's so many acquisitions security service. Blink. That's what was on. No that. Yeah. It's called the nest hub max. So this is like a little smart screen with a built in camera. And it's a voice activated as well. Right. So had the Google home hub those last year, and that was like go home, but with a screen on it. This is somewhere thing. Ten screen and also has the nest Tien so can be the viewing monitor for all the other your neces-, stump? Yes. So I what are you it does facial recognition too? So it knows his locking up to the screen. It can Taylor Taylor can tell the information to to who you
"taylor taylor" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots
"On a wash that shit right beyond. That's why I don't watch labor movies. So you put you so you put that action on all white people because you see it. So can you be upset at the white racist? Who sees a black person commit a crime and put that on all black people in no understand it. I get it. It's wrong. So why are you fighting white supremacy? If you're trying to do the same thing, what do you mean? Like, why would you be fighting against that mentality that those people have we gotta stay with me. Supporting it, what did their three white people and black people as black people have a history in this country, meaning like slavery, meaning segregation meaning math 'cause racing. Meaning now right now, you see the the injustices that happen to black people sometimes handed the police. So as like when I watched those movies, I get triggered. Right. You know what I'm saying? So when I get triggered. I'm like, I need a break from all white people for a day or so right? You know what I'm saying? Guess what? I don't know who I know you gotta check our triggers. Right. Like, don't don't. We gotta like when we noticed it. We're feeling a certain way. Don't we gotta go. Hey, man. That's bigoted thinking I'm better than that. And I gotta set an example, you go to their view, right? Yeah. What do I have? Tell ya. You gotta give yourself. You. Gotta you gotta to feel. I can't help feel if I get triggered by this shit feel like oh, man. What the fuck white people? But can't be something that's triggered specifically by the people that are doing it and not just everyone who happens to have white skin. No, I'm sorry. I'm Taylor Taylor. You tell against it. When you raise their different thing when you black like, you don't know only only only why people I could be accountable for the guys. I know right women. I get mad at them..
"taylor taylor" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Fifty and we also want to a good evening to our LLC TV audience that have joined us here. Niagara and Saint Peter's tied up at seven apiece Saint Peter's three for five Niagara two for five. Purple eagles to assist in there. Too. Made buckets. Here's James towns with the basketball over the time line one three one zone defense now by Saint Peter's, they drop into a two three passing the corner. Chris Barton had a three didn't release now it on the baseline Dominic. Robb dumb up top to leave. He's gonna step into three that one on the way. No good off the heel of the rim, and the long rebound goes out to the peacocks. And here comes Saint Peter's, Casey and Defoe Graham, the rebound and the outlet Turner now Manny Dickson has it Dixon to Quinn Taylor. Taylor flips it to Turner fifteen to shoot devante Turner. Backpass Taylor picked up by leaf fires at one hand past Turner shot clock at eight James towns on him Turner is gonna step to the side of three on the way that went off the front rim. No, good rebound. Dominic. Robb. Find the outlet. And James towns, here's towns into the front court. He got cut off thereby major may Jack. Seven foot one inch freshmen who checked in don's going to pull the trigger on the baseline shot off the heel of the iron again and the rebound to Turner, fourteen forty left. We're not at seven right wing, demand, Dixon, Dixon. To indefinite backdoor. Cut knocked away by prochet. Stolen by take to prochet. Here's Marvin of the frontcourt steps the federal layup, no partially deflected. The ball is picked up by keleaf Tate and leaf thought that was a quick whistle. Larry seraglio says jump ball and the arrow will favor. Saint Peter's substitution for Niagara. They'll go to the bench for the first time tonight. Greg king will check in along with right hime Solomon. Checking out for Niagara. Dominic Robb and Khalif tape. So this might get dicey. Rahim Solomon for Niagara Shaheen Holloway coach for Saint Peter's gotta be careful errors. Devante Turner with it. The backward tied at seven. Chris Barton again on Turner over the stripe. He goes flips it to indefinitely and Defoe does likewise. This is a mere Hicks. Five foot ten inch junior from Paterson New Jersey now to Turner, twelve to shoot right wing Taylor's got it dribbles up to the top of the key takes towns in the paint ball fake lay off glass. No good about a six footer. Not quite a layup. The ball fake got James towns in the air. And that is the first time James with fourteen three left. The purple eagles. First team follow the ball game. Quit Taylor hits three out of every four forty five for sixty and the season. Appears at the rim free throw on the way is good. I point of the night for Quinn Taylor. Gets us off the seven seven score. We were there for just about three minutes. Fourteen thousand three left Taylor and other one it is on the way, and it is good. Knock that one in the side door and Quinn Taylor after going six for six in that two point defeat against Manhattan. Now two for two in the early going play Brown checks back in. Then full court pressure by the Peacock's. Here's James towns with it to prochet. Niagara the back court back the towns. Peacocks looked like they may spring the trap. But they didn't prochet with it. In the front court, flips it to Barton right wing now to James towns fifteen to shoot Niagara down by two here's James with it. Cut off by a pair of purple eagles. Now in the corner. Prochet three that one is good. As set up. It has left corner office and a three pointer by prochet shoots. Niagara into the lead tend to nine purple eagles thirteen thirty left. I have Klay Brown with it picked up by Rahim Solomon. Brown doing defa. Will find Turner? Devante Turner takes a peek at his first year head coach new play. Call Saint Peter's in the frontcourt made. Yeah. Comes out to set the screen. Devante Turner doesn't use it little wiggle to shake free. Barton jump. Stop on the paint shot of the way around and out. No, good Turner gets his own rebound reverse. Layup is good. Devante Turner are listed at six feet. I'm not sure about that. That comes towns his shot blocked. King the rebound put back. No good. But a foul. Great. King will go to the line and shoot too. The follows is on clay Brown their freshman, and that is his first. Eleven ten Saint Peters out in front. Great king will shoot too. Greg started off the air pretty strong from the line. But he's in a little bit of a funk here free throw good take that swishes that went in. Greg now eleven for twenty five that's forty four percent. But he had hit just one of his last eight when he told the line their second one on the way that one rattles then. Well, now, he's even getting a generous role is great king twelve eleven Niagara leading it. Barton towns Salomon, prochet and king on the floor for the purple eagles. Hicks Turner, Brown and deaf. Oh, and may Jack four Saint Peter's. Here's Turner, catching top of the key. He's got great range. Devante Turner keeps at dribble. Live didn't use the pick and roll again trying to shake free of Bart. He'll step back a three other way around and out. No, good rebound. Greg. King outlet towns. And I are looking to go in the corner. Barton ball fake puts it on the deck. Chris Barton backing down the defender in the paint. Skips. It to James towns. Plenty of time on the shot clock. Crochet calling for the basketball and the baseline a mismatch down there in the past knocked away by maye, Jack stolen, by Turner. And back econ. Devante Turner to the bucket. Devante Turner with nine of the thirteen points for Saint Peter's. Then letting everybody know here inside the Gallaghers center why he is so feared throughout this conference. Second leading scorer at seventeen and a half points a game right wing Barton to the right elbow. Prochet. Got it and a reach file a mirror. Hicks will be his first eleven fifty eight Niagara down by point thirteen twelve media.
"taylor taylor" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump
"We knew that we were building towards this because it was nice. It did create like a sense of an easy for me throughout the movie. But it also made me I checked out a couple of different times because I kept trying to solve the clue because I kept like why did he get it wrong? So there would be moments in the movie where I would stop and then be thinking. You had to do hands on the clock watching other friend die. What did he do wrong? And I kept there were moments keping like, oh, maybe it was this. Maybe it was this like just random other moments in the you're supposed to escape because there's not one point when I thought about it ever. Even at the time. I was like trash who cares? I kept I'll tell you all the moments as as we get also don't know why you got it wrong. Yeah. It makes it doesn't make it. Okay. So that's the beginning. And then. Yeah, then we cut to. What's Taylor Taylor? Yeah. Zoe is her character Zoe. And she's in class and learning about the quantum something theory, which is such a just such a funny like little trope of I dunno. I mean bills or dislike I just love when like people like throw out some like scientific theory. And then you're like, and they explain it in layman's terms, and then Mike van, of course, that is the theme of the movie some hourly thing is like. Like the theory is essentially like oh the. If you look at if you if you're looking at molecules, they don't behave. Yeah. A system can't assistant can't change. If you're looking right. Yeah. That was great. Which was like this is fantastic. There was a part of me that was like is that the right interpretation of that sign? Doesn't matter. What are you doing? He was talking about. I'm pretty sure is is the fact that we found we actually it's the opposite. It's that like when you look at molecules, you're actually affecting them. So just by looking at a molecule. You're changing you're changing those molecules. Yeah. And like we, and so we actually can't there is no real objectivity because. When you're looking at something, you're you're you're acting. You're acting it in some way. So it's not objective. You know what I mean? Like, we can't have some right? But but, but maybe, but maybe it means and again, I don't know. But maybe it means that it can't change in the way that it's supposed to or it. Can't it can't evolve or grow or change it can't suppose right to behave. Yeah. Like, right. It can't behave. Normally it can't behave. How normally would because you're looking at it. If you don't look it'll. Exactly. That's the point is watched pod never boils. Okay, anyways. So we learned that little theory. I mean, I guess she has a little crush on her teacher. Teachers like, you know, hey, you gotta speak up in class more. I know, you know, this stuff. Which is a funny. I mean, it's like a lesson that you're like, okay. Like you care. I don't know the answer. No one in that class was talking. Let's just be very clear that no-one said one word. I was like I think the vibe of this class is known as talking what's your jail. Dude. Why haven't you gotten anyone to speak in your class? Number one. Is it gonna talk? Did anybody else think about like why is she's like so clearly so much smarter than everyone else in her class? And so it's martyr than her roommate. And there was a part of me. That's like this isn't high school. She's in college like which college too. Up here. Yeah. Yeah. Why didn't see in college? Where there are also other smart people like there, shouldn't she shouldn't be the only one who gets giddy about science. Yeah. Yeah. But maybe I mean, but but in thinking about her character, maybe, you know, her being on the news for the thing. Her her, you know, she just is she she's setting herself. He's hiding amongst stupid people, right? Got to be around all these idiots. So. Yeah. And then and then we very quickly like she has like a. Almost on a hallucination where her room start shaking, and we see that she was in some sort of playing crash, and she wakes up from her nightmare and in her roommate's there remains like all right? I'm leaving like, you know..
"taylor taylor" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"From home today. So I'm a good show you, okay? So Chris first thing I have to ask you is your headline for your review for Mary Queen of Scots Mary Queen of bores. I know you didn't right. Right. That you did. Yes seacrest. This was we had high-ups for this this movie. Also, my fault they rescue back did. Why did they record? What did they do? It's really boring really boring like people are having sex all over the place and murdering each other. And somehow they manage to make it seem like. Your life. Your life is more interesting life. They somehow just make it seem very kind of wrote and dull. Oh. It's very surprising. I love social Ronin totally wanna see search around and playing Mary Queen of Scots. But just I don't know it doesn't work. It does not well directed for one thing. And it's totally humorless. Which admittedly, it's a tragic story, but to their ways to find. The CW killer job with the young Mary Queen of Scots with this show called rain are EGAF rain, like the rain show was amazing and wonderful about the two young queens. And it was fun and dazzling and this I wanted to be. And I think that's part of it is it is a story that's told a lot. There's also that. Glenda Jackson, Vanessa Redgrave, which I think is pretty good from the early seventies. You right in here. The poor woman had the worst marital luck in history. Oh my God. Every time it just and the first one was for love and that worked out pretty well. But he died when he was like twenty one. And then the next two I really probably. Yeah. All right. So you didn't you didn't like that move back. You think back then they said they'd always say boy did he die young or do. They just assume that that might happen. Like, it was surprising that he died so young nobody seems to remark in the fact that in the second one was not the marrying kind as we used. Yeah. Argo ravage she's been nominated for some things I think she's good, and she has the much meatier part. Kind of nuts. Anyway. And you know, seeing her country's slip away from her potentially and worried about her smallpox Taylor Taylor Taylor swift spray for and he is fine. It's not the greatest part for him. Either kind of. Yeah. I don't know. There's just this sense that all of the people are being acted on by outside forces. And none of them has much agency. Mary Queen of Scots tries to take some very hard for me that the kid was that she was in the lead ladybird was that. Okay. All right. Yeah testing. Yeah. She's so good. Okay. Well, let's talk about the movie that I think is sneaking up on everybody as far as being major contender for some of these races for best picture the favorite. That movie. Did you love it? I like it a lot to be. I think I'm gonna end up making a top ten lists. And it'll be on it because it's. Describe this movie for us. Well, it takes its Queen. Anne who would be I think around four hundred years ago now and she is ill both physically and mentally. She said seventeen miscarriages the full woman, and she also I think is probably depressed. Although obviously not diagnosed way back then and to women one of them is already in her court played by Rachel vice who essentially makes all of her decisions for her and tries to make life comfortable turns out later in the movie quite a bit more than that..
"taylor taylor" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Yeah. I'm going. I'm going. Let's go twenty eight. Now like twenty eight. That's go. Let's go twenty four sixteen twenty four sixteen eagles twenty four seventeen eagles twenty four seventeen. So they have chalk it up twenty four seventeen. So that's a cover, and that means that the Sullivan brothers probably had a pretty good game. Or Eli was you so bad. Solomon. No, they are Jeff Delaware. Hi, jeff. Hey, we're going on. How are you? Thanks giving. Oh, I just like hearing a lot of people called the radio station past couple of days. How was that? Good. You could have been hurt real news. Who is currently? Taylor Taylor Taylor. Coach. Why don't you? Around right. Locally. Service. Yeah. But you, but but hang on. Short, Sean McVay thirty one years old, and he's the he's the head coach. That. I know I know, but I I don't know anything about press Taylor. So while I agree with what you're saying. He's only thirty years old, right? But he had been with the team for for a number of years since two thousand and thirteen they felt like this. He was ready for a promotion to to this job. I'm sorry. That's not good. Not Matt good food. About two years. I will say this. I will say this to your point. I do believe having Frank Reich. John D Filipo as really coaches in your ear critiquing, you about everything pointing certain things out. So you being able to stimulate your mind when it comes to challenging you to know every facet of the offense. Every facet of the defense. You're going up against I just don't know oppressed. Taylor might grow has that experience that rank right gorge, John deep Lippo hat, and like we gotta look at right? I if I'm to believe Carson Wentz is a smart football player. Carson Wentz is a hard worker. Like, you would think if you're getting the coaching that you need to go along with those intangibles that you have your games should improve and his game improved. Or he. Came in. I believe playing well it's gotten a little worse as you've gone through the week. Right. So when when when you're when you're struggling whether even if it's not just what mechanics forget about the accuracy issues. How about going to the right place with the ball? Right. Those are the things you got to point out and see we've had the we had the not throwing the ball to windows more within the flat. A double coverage to our, Sean. We had the near interception when he's trying to get the ball to Zach Gertz the aired Riga turn overturn..
"taylor taylor" Discussed on Christy Wright's Business Boutique
"It starts to generate a little bit of income, and then it doesn't feel like that you're taking forever to get the money coming in in the sources of income coming in. So what I would encourage you to do is think of ways that you can monetize it right now as in what products can you create whether it's digital products or physical products, downloads, that type of thing. Lead magnets were you can begin generating income right now where you don't have to wait until you have advertisers in that type of thing. So does that make sense? Yeah, thank you. I want you to start there and then as you build up the traffic on your site, you will begin to be able to call on advertisers and sponsors and that type of thing and have a little bit more income. So start there start thinking of what you can package and sell immediately, and that will make you more money quicker. I hope that helps. Thank you so much. Absolutely. Good. Another question here from Taylor Taylor. What's your question for me? Hi, Barry. So I am an event director at the moment, but I'm looking in to kind of starting my own business. I'm awesome baby step two, and I kinda bound up to my aunt who's often event director, and she wants to go into this with me. Something that we had talked about though is purchasing a venue to house those events. And again, an end to I don't want to take out get I know everything in my body chosen not to, but Saint time I know that we can have a lot of return on investment if he were to have an event space to house those. Thanks. So I'm just kind of your input. Yeah, absolutely. So Taylor two parts to this. I want to speak to. There's the one part of purchasing the building when you're babysitting number two. And then there's a second part of going into business with your in which I know you didn't ask about, but I'm just going to go ahead and speak to well, the call the first part about the building. It's very easy when we have really big dreams to only see that dream as the next step. But in fact, there's a thousand babies. Steps between here and there. And so what I would encourage you to do is to look at a way where you can sublease space, rent space, baby step your way into owning your own venue. Certainly, that's a great dream to get to, but you're in baby step number two, and that venue is a digital risk and overhead and cost. When idea hasn't proven itself, this is a baby business and you don't want to put that pressure on yourself or your business from the get-go, especially when you're in baby step number two, and you don't really have the investment to make into it. So instead I would encourage you to look at ways where you could sublease space maybe bring leads to a business where you direct events at a certain venue, but they own the venue, but you guys worked together on that interim until you get out of baby step number two, and you're able to.
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"A science experiment gone terribly wrong. Here's what's coming up on the nice guys on business. I going to tell you when you said that like a hundred fucking comments fly through my mind is such a softball like I've so they're low. Andy walks. The bases loaded on twelve straight pitches. How can the nice guys Lael pitches that close? I, thou shall take out the holy pin, then thou shalt count to three, no, more. No less four, thou shalt not count, then count thou to expecting thou then proceed to three five is right out. Once the number three being the third number be reached. Then lavas thou the holy hand grenade of Antioch towards the nice guys on business need an education on how to grow your business. The nice guys are here to help learn about great customer service networking and how just being nice can help you prosper. Now hero, you're. Host, Doug Sandler and Strickland Bonner your fourteen percent or are we going to crap out? Do we need a quick episode. Oh, I see. They turned off the mega maze. So I've got a fourteen percent more WI fi before it dies and nuts. So it's ok, never. Okay. Joining to stop recording some reasons. Why that you need to tell me. Do we have anything private lives? Nothing. Right. Hey, look and fans. Welcome back. Welcome back by the way, whatever it is the beginning of this recording. I'm sure it's all going to be in the recording because you know what? There's nothing private between Doug and I, it's all about the fuck advanced love you guys in. We are completely transparent with you. I don't even. I can't even imagine what in my life would be so private that I cannot share it with the nice guys on business podcast. What would that be? Imagine anything so private that I couldn't share it with the three or four thousand people download every episode of this easy asked show. It's not like anybody ever held anything against me in really. I mean, never. I mean, I've, I've talked relationship stuff. I've talked health stuff. I've talked GMO things you and I have gotten in arguments. I've gotten in arguments with with ex wives. I've had my kids on the show. I mean, what? What else could possibly go wrong on this show? Well, having said that I'm going to spend the virtual meal. Yeah, I don't have the wheel because I'm not at home. Right? But I'm, I'm still in Connecticut. I know come for anybody that doesn't know anything about banking as listen to the Tuesday show. We talked about sensitively, so go back and listen. If you didn't listen, hang on. I'm looking through the topics because the tie what you just said about being transparent is one of your topics. And now I can't. I don't know on being transparent was one of the topics. I mean a happy to talk. About transparency but was topics. It was indirectly topic because it was something about your relationships. Where's that topic? Oh, yeah, yeah. Whitney. The topic was I wanted to my relationship, woes and successes. I wanted to share one men women, and that's exactly. Okay. Doug, go ahead please. It's actually actually so so JJ zan's. And created this other podcasts because struggle with tired of hearing, hearing me being the why. Why he knows bitch. Tired of it. So JJ and I while she had already had this show called, I spell the wrong actually put men, women and relationships as actually. But it is women men in relationships. Some. Sorry, I'm laughing because as you're saying that looking at the page in one note chain, you're making changes to Beijing. I wanna to make sure it's very clear what I did I corrected myself. So if you if you were curious exactly what has happened, speaking of total transparency, it's not that I don't wanna share exactly what has happened in my life, but Strickland is frankly, he's probably tired of hearing it for me and everybody that knows me because all they do is complain about how all I do is complain. So we're, we're talking about total transparency, right? Yeah, sure. Go ahead. I'm going to be totally transparent with. Okay, I am. I am far less tired of hearing about your relationship Bose. I don't want to say I find it interesting. Interesting makes them sound kind of trite and it's because your your relationship was more the trait. They're very important four before you share what you're about to share, though I wanna let you know that the next sentence that you say you're going to hurt my feelings. Well, maybe possible. Things more.
"taylor taylor" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"For strike two, of the fastball mowing to too noisy Tomorrow evening and the regularly scheduled game Adrian Hauser will oppose Chris Bassett That'll be, a six ten broadcast after the, completion of game on pitch. Outside ball one one and two Right hander on right hander here with BJ, boy do up next Here's the next delivery this is driven to deep left center field that's gonna get down and go all the way to the wall And a third base. Taylor Taylor being waived around Taylor will score. In a second with the devil is noisy and the sounds keep Keep on scoring runs they now, lead fourteen two nine Boise with an. RBI double cashes in the error And the hitter now's BJ Boyd fifteenth hit for these sounds Boyd is two for four with five Rb is at. A grand slam back in the fourth inning Lefthanded batter to face the right hander.
"taylor taylor" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"I dunno staging a house or the neighborhood of houses in or well whatever you might want to like thinking dress shirts ties I was yesterday when I was trying to work out this. Metaphor I was using a truck and a trailer like the quarterback, is the truck he's, the most important part the trailer you want. It to look nice you. Want to get you know. But I couldn't get all the. Way there The point is simple though, the coordinator has a huge hand especially. In a young quarterback in what types of throws. He's going to, have to, make, how opened the receivers are there are scheming ways to, scheme receivers open pre snap stuff and all the stuff. For Taylor Taylor was a shotgun quarterback for the bills in his, first two seasons in his first season he was really successful on efficiency basis. On a yards per attempt, basis and. After those two seasons they brought. In a guy that, wanted to, play under center and throw a quick routes It was so bad it was a mess Counterproductive and we while we were wrong about, the bills making the playoffs last year men everybody was right about. That that this is such a terrible fit so hopefully the vector that bills hired, their offensive coordinator before they draft. The quarterback they know it's the right fit and I know that many have said, that they will adapt to whatever he does but everybody's going to have their tendencies in everyone's going to have their the type of, offense that if they, had their their. Druthers they would. Go for but he will he will adapt it would be different like Rick Dennison would have claimed to have adapted to tyrod Taylor and he, did what he probably did on some. Level but fundamentally it was it was backwards it was..
"taylor taylor" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"I mean well not really i mean what i think was you know surly the first two picks mcglinchey and pet is fit need and that kind of player profiles that they were looking for pettus has the ability to play all those wide receiver spots including the slot and also return punts wasn't a huge need they were feel fill in there 'cause if there's a guy that he's going to be taken some playing time away from it it's trained taylor taylor was pretty darn good as a rookie i it just it appeared to me that maybe this draft although it did does have some talent there there weren't a whole lot of like plug and play players you know in this draft there weren't a whole lot of guys that you just go get what he's a an immediate starter whereas last year the shape the roster resent it was pretty clear if if you had a pulse in your drafted him they were gonna play you know in this one i think mcglinchey clearly steps in as a starter i don't think pat is will i think warner will only reuben foster isn't around and i think all the other guys are going to be fighting to be on the forty six men you know game day roster and a few of them are going to be fighting to be on the fifty three man roster so i think he i think he has some practice squad players i think you have one starter one major contributor perhaps to major contributors and then the rest of the guys i think our projects so the draft i mean i i wouldn't even know how to answer that.
"taylor taylor" Discussed on That Awful Sound
"Yeah and i'm pretty sure that you said something like that to like it sounds like brown sugar fighting men response would be well it's the rolling stones five songs that make to make that sound we did it in one that would be courtney taylor taylor's response he wouldn't be ended he would be like yeah rolling stones five songs to get five number one singles took us once sung to get number fourteen took us one gig the record deal all i still can't get over courtney taylor taylor it should obviously be courtney taylor thomas thank you thank you see thinking what a clown is that hyphenated or hyphenated it's not his real name is courtney taylor taylor taylor hyphen taylor can i can i read the explains oh his explanation for his name unless somebody has an explanation for follows i was just tripping on the my parents are still married thing basically when my friend gina williams started dating my other friend kevin williams they decide to hyphenate their name so she started calling herself gina williams williams and then i became courtney taylor taylor but he's he's this explanation won't my parents are still married and my two friends of the last name williams got married so i should be courtney taylor taylor no that's bad yeah worse don't don't even give an explanation and then so then this interview continues for reasons beyond my comprehension courtney begin to tell me about how surnames are intricately linked to inheritance of proper property she's she's he starts rambling at her about sems and property she put it in the news is that it's almost like a name has has a legal purpose.
"taylor taylor" Discussed on WCHS
"Up at the bottom of the hour paul smith back for the plate he's here on mondays and we're gonna talk about since it thanksgiving week alternatives to turkey more on brining today and what do you do with those leftovers we'll talk about that at three thirty three allan taylor taylor's coming up for metronews sports at 406 we'll talk about west virginia's game with taxes in the disasters that go with it and saturday's game at oklahoma and we've got a lotta wvu basketball the talk about in a short amount of time so alan taylor's year at 406 420 talk in tv four thirty three christon burt with news from hollywood lots to talk about their and we've got on the state coming up around four fifty five o'clock hour nfl allpro carleen will be on the show we've got a lot of football stuff to talk about from highest from youth high school all the way up to the pros so be here for that in around at 520 in dave wilson from metronews sports will be here don't marshall football basketball martial had a heartbreaker footballwise is saturday they're back at home the saturday afternoon and they've lost a couple in basketball last night the illinois again against north carolina central on wednesday so there's our show thanks for listening asked today's metronews hotline question of the day you it is thanksgiving weeks ago the question today is what's the one must have at your thanksgiving meal what are you got to have the one thing that just makes makes our breaks the meal watched which one must have at your thanksgiving meal you can't narrowed down to one than laying on me whatever but text me three or four talk three or four three or four eight two five five three or four email hotline at wv metronews dot com tweet at hasty bishop or.
"taylor taylor" Discussed on The Big 98
"Jio this guy goes any robs bank and before went robbed the bank girl how to rob a bank oh i thought he would cause robbing a bank he was in a goodwill like how much is a ferrari even worse how do i rather bank according to police the approach the bank taylor taylor teller implied that he had a gun and then he fled off for the cash and they went back and they checked his computer and he google had bank there you go what's your last google searches how do you do that what do you mean like how do you figure out your last schuylkill go yeah i did that and then in the bar you just like hit it like your tab it tells you the last thing should rule of the last thing i just giggled is google searches they giggle it's all get call it and that's not right what what have you go gold lately but show me out to do it there's a little aero that should be by the way i got arrogance boston amazon headquarters in austin dad halloween jokes for the morning yeah yeah yeah this is fun i get it now but also got a gay well and only does that many do you wanna look at mines on the line we'll yeah no i mean you come him a button l y y when you i believe you because if i see something i may hold off on saturday i go hit the button in i don't this could be fine i don't know what idea of ours.
"taylor taylor" Discussed on Channel 33
"For a little something yadi i mean now it's like the migo sin future features now like past in the the sound that people want i guess is that soundcloud sound to some effect right exactly and i i don't think that katy perry is late at that doria us is our song you know her next album she may have taylor taylor swift featuring low pump area like hey the album covers a black and white she's wearing the change helga you know like a you know baby he's turning full he'll well so in the interest of looking forward let's have this hypothetical in twenty years were putting together a best southern rap album list are any artists that are currently active in out today or do you think they have the potential to make a list like that michael you could first on this one young thug young greeeted one real like future and yuck thug will definitely be on future futures already on it i mean like he will still be on it and twenty years probably i will say that like my way of looking fat far down the road will be that twenty years from now i believe we we're going to look at it leased rap music creed differently and i don't know that the sort of let's rank albums paradigm will make sense because i just think were so deep into the sort of post mixed tape southern moment that the album seems to be so far down the list of parties in terms of how artists approach career rang the southern route instagram captions great.
"taylor taylor" Discussed on New York Times - Popcast
"Spotify as royalty payments and everything are computed with these formulas that have to do with like gigantic pools of money and gigantic numbers of cliques and essentially if you are the more clicks means that the pool of money gets divided into smaller pieces and if there's more and more clicks with less money going out then it ultimately kind of reduces the amount of my they're paying reduces the rate which can then be used to negotiate new deals the government gets involved in setting some of these rates with the songwriting right and there's a kind of a dirty trick that's used over and over again which is in these kind of things wear a broadcaster or streaming service is able to make side deals for a very low rate and then submit that is evidence to the court and say this is what we negotiated in a fair market and it lowers ever impresses that is a fear about any time this kind of thing happens any time that siriusxm that spotify that pandora is able to sorta cram in more music for less that is the big fear and an economic level is there a counter situation to that which is that someone light taylor taylor swift who capture music offer spotify for a long time and then recently reintroduced at do we think she negotiated a better rate she good half that's a thing that happens in this thing that happens and they admit this bite if i says this like this is a market with different suppliers and some stuff costs more and stumps off cost less than this is also part of the conflict between independent labels and major's yet where the indy say look we've got a dell but some how are we not getting a lower rate than the other guy gets given how wonky some of this stuff can yet ban why do you think this specific story about fake artists resume resonates so widely on seemingly outside of the music business world online for instance like what is this little flare up.