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"taylor tony" Discussed on We Live Here

We Live Here

02:06 min | 2 weeks ago

"taylor tony" Discussed on We Live Here

"Hey Everyone Even though we are currently in a pandemic, the recent killings of Ahmad Aubrey George Floyd Brianna Taylor Tony mcdaid Nina pop in more have led people to take to the streets. Protests and marches from Minneapolis to Atlanta Louisville.

"taylor tony" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

05:01 min | Last month

"taylor tony" Discussed on WTOP

"Well south of DC or soon will be right from Fredericksburg on south along ninety five you'll run into some sprinkles and then south of Richmond so much heavier rain all the way to the North Carolina line tonight again sixty seven now in Washington we are dropping to fifty five in the suburbs ten eleven the conversation in America now is about structural racism or bias the mystery to people of color and has done so over and over for some history about this that you may not have never of heard of before we go to CBS news chief Washington correspondent major Garrett he speaks with psychiatrist Dr Jonathan Mitchell chairman of the department of medicine health and society at Vanderbilt University Johnson you've written two books one protest psychosis the second dying of whiteness provocative titles both tell my audience would protest psychosis was about I'm a psychiatrist and sociologists and I studied race and health and the protest psychosis was a book I wrote that came out in twenty ten and I spoke with Jackson history why why is it particular black our protesters during the nineteen sixties who were protesting against the government for locked into mental hospitals and diagnosed with schizophrenia answer the title of the protesting Constance came round to diagnose test and psychiatrists weekends basically angry black protesting man to keep them in psychiatric hospitals was anyone else diagnosed in the protest movement it was almost entirely black man who got this particular diagnosis and that story really it was I spent about five or six years going to hospital archives for hospitals for the criminally insane is what it was called in northern Michigan and I found that it was basically ninety percent black man in protesting and the psychiatric hospital I needed some kind of diagnosis to keep them did anyone dispute this data or if they didn't have an explanation for it you know it's interesting what I found there were certainly a lot of pushback about each batch the interesting part was that the story of the book is basically that these African American men were protesting they were part of the Detroit shock risings old ones in March or Newark and they would get taken off the streets and then they would get sent to the prison system where they would be put in solitary confinement for a long time and many of them develop psychiatric symptoms and so by the time they then made it to the psychiatric hospital many of them actually appeared mentally all and what I found was it didn't really matter the psychiatrist was racist or not it was hard to tell people's intentions were certainly they were seen people at this time who are coming to them with St Lucia and St depression all these factors and so the psychiatrists often thought that they were trying to help these men not realizing that there was a larger institutional story how the system had basically created the sometimes it wasn't like there was some biological naturalness Dr Jonathan Mitchell author of the protest psychosis and dying of whiteness the first book the protest psychosis he was describing their we're in the sixties some men of color would take to the streets to protest and were eventually locked up in mental health facilities only to develop symptoms of mental disease six property owners in Richmond have filed a lawsuit seeking to stop governor Ralph Northam administration from removing the towering statue of Confederate general Robert E. Lee the lawsuit challenges north winds of forty two order removal of the Lee statue from monument Avenue in the X. capital of the confederacy Northam spokeswoman says the governor considers the statue a divisive symbol the governor recently ordered its removal citing the pain gripping the country over George Floyd's death Richmond's Confederate monuments became rallying points for protesters in recent days now to the continuing protests over police accountability we've been talking so much about I sit in is underway near DC's Wilson building regroup is demanding more action from the mayor and other local leaders WTOP's Melissa Howell has our report with tents set up ready for the hours ahead freedom fighters DC and other supporters of the movement will be here in freedom plaza for thirty six hours it's part of their boots on the ground strategy to see change by any means necessary we have so much work to be done a lot of people are I have been placated by the black lives matter Boulevard in us so we decided like look into what we need to come out here make someone noises X. is one of the co founders and says some of their demands more police oversight and more investment in community services basically want the funding of the police of the MPD just want justice for George Floyd and Brianna Taylor Tony McDaid Melissa Howell WTOP news sports at fifteen and forty five powered by Red River technology decisions are flat and white pink red ten fifteen let's check in with Dave pressed baseball may be turning back the clock to nineteen ninety four the year that there was no World Series owners and players of both made pitches this spring that the other side opted.

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"taylor tony" Discussed on Scholars Strategy Network's No Jargon

Scholars Strategy Network's No Jargon

08:46 min | 2 months ago

"taylor tony" Discussed on Scholars Strategy Network's No Jargon

"Cities and towns across the country. Protests have broken out telling the police killings of George, Floyd. We honor Taylor Tony mcdade others while many of these protests were peaceful. Others have turned violent with buildings, being destroyed or looted in clashes, breaking out between the police and protesters. In light of these events, we wanted to bring you an episode from our archives to better understand some of the history behind the black lives matter protests why protests sometimes turned violent how governments often respond and what the role of social media is all of this? This episode was originally recorded with Avi Green in two thousand seventeen, and we're bringing it you a bit earlier this week. Our usual schedule given this weekend's offense. Hi I'm Miranda Kelly, and this is the scholars strategy network Snow Jargon. Each week. We discussed in American policy problem with one of the nation's top researchers without jargon. In this archive episode Avi spoke with Professor Ashley Howard She's an assistant professor of African American history at the University of Iowa shears their conversation. Professor Howard. Thanks for coming on new jargon. Thank you for having me. Why did these protests happen? Well there's no one easy answer, but if I were to give an umbrella term to why they happen is that people feel that they are not receiving equal treatment under the law or in society, and they feel that all of the established means getting equal treatment have failed them. You mean in a way. They're sort of fed up and sick and tired, absolutely fed up in sick and tired I think this is something that people often forget when we think about not only the uprisings or the violent protests that happened in the past two or three years, but also looking historically that there are lots of preceding events that occur beforehand there. There were marches there protester letters of indignation. There were speeches given fun of City Councils, and for whatever reason those cries. Those grievances were gone unheeded unheard, and because of that people take to the streets, and it gets attention, and it's a very loud cry for help and for acknowledged professor. How can you just tell me about one protests from beginning to end? I would love so I'd like to start with kind of the protests. That's been nearest and dearest to my heart. It's the one that I've been researching the longest, and it also takes place in my hometown of Omaha. So in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, six fourth of July weekend. There are a group of young people. In a parking lot of the Safeway Grocery store on North Twenty four straight. And this kind of an area where people congregate and it was. Evening. GOOP young people were setting off firefighters or firecrackers. A police officer comes. They begin to throw firecrackers at this police vehicle, the police kind of get scared and equipped takeoff they come back and forth, and this kind of sets it off people. See Police as indicative at this time of the state of unfair treatment, and oftentimes these police, public attractions are the catalysts for these uprisings, so over the course of three days young people go up and down North Twenty Fourth Street in the black enclave, and they set small fires. They break windows. They steal goods out of these stores, and the very much engaged in property, violence as protests, but meanwhile has this is going on. You have the mayor of the city Av Sorenson actually meeting with these youth activists listen to their grievances listening to what? What they feel is going on the community. And why love, starting off with Omaha is because Omaha had a long history, a civil rights activism prior to the nineteen sixty six engagement, and what was so notable is at the end double ACP, an urban league had been begging the state for years to open up an unemployment office on North, Twenty Fourth Street, and for years that desire for a building was met. You know was ignored, and by the end of the week of those three days of uprisings North Omaha got their unemployment office. While you know it's funny because I think the words are so charged when we think about uprisings or protests that end in violence that involves some aspect of violence on TV you hear about riots. Can you tell me a little bit about why you call them violent uprisings, and what you think of some of those other words? I mean in some ways. I think riot is pejorative, because it seems that when people use that term, it's divorced from the context in which people are participating at it seems as it's just want violence as a social and Beran, and not actually rooted in issues, and you don't violence approach as protests had along and storied history in the world, so if you think of Labor bread riots. In France in England. Through the green corn rebellion in the United States hey, mark an uprising working class people people without a lot of political capital engage in violent protests as a way to make their voices heard, and it seems that really in the nineteen sixties when blacks began to use this as a primary tactic in their. Repertoire of protest actions that really begins to be demonized in not lauded as you know the underclass kind of going up against those in power and so for me, I like to use rebellion or uprising, because I see these actions on a political. Continue up that you have protests, you have marches, you have demonstrations and at one end of that spectrum. Is this violent protests? It's not divorce from the other things that have come before, but it's the next step when those issues are continually ignore it. Well. It's interesting to think about the more recent violent protests in the context of that long longer history of protests and the longer history of civil rights and racial relations in the in the states as a white person and also somebody who's gone through sort of the standard His. You know I'm not a student history just like history and high school and all that sort of thing. Boy. Is there a difference in the way that we hear about the non violent protests. Martin Luther King. Gandhi all that sort of thing, and and then the way that Events like watts are described and certainly the way that the media today traits events like Ferguson. And there's a difference between how they were portrayed in the moment, and how they're remembered so watts south central l., A. Nineteen, sixty five. This is one of the first when the earliest large uprisings, and so there is the infamous McCone commission that came out where Ronald Reagan is referring to these folks as mad dogs and lawbreakers, and so even though they're pathologising to actions of the people who are engaging in this type of protests they. They. Still understand that it's rooted in politics. The kerner commission, which came out in nineteen, sixty eight, which looked at that. What's been called the long hot summer of nineteen, sixty seven, and that and that was summer with a whole bunch of protests and uprising. Something about that's correct. That was the deadliest summer and the one with the most amount so in the aggregate, the most amount of in terms of scale and scope the largest. Amount of uprisings, this is when you're and Detroit. Both happened and the Kerner Commission looked at this, and said that this is actually rooted in the fundamental desire to have full inclusion American Society and that it's this notion that had as Robert, focus and a scholar who wrote about this in the contemporary moment, said it's not a attempt to overrun America but to alert America. That's something is very wrong and I think when we look at it today, you know it seems. A bit as an anomaly, I at the time Ferguson has time of Baltimore. There was a black president. I think many of us had kind of been lulled into this false sense of security of a a sort of colorblind society. That racism was over. No longer are people using the end where no longer is. The clan burning crosses on people, Yar People's yards. It's over, but in many ways is racism became more systematic or structural, more institutional and hidden, and so these issues still exists is that people don't realize that they're

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Violence in Resistance

Scholars Strategy Network's No Jargon

08:46 min | 2 months ago

Violence in Resistance

"Cities and towns across the country. Protests have broken out telling the police killings of George, Floyd. We honor Taylor Tony mcdade others while many of these protests were peaceful. Others have turned violent with buildings, being destroyed or looted in clashes, breaking out between the police and protesters. In light of these events, we wanted to bring you an episode from our archives to better understand some of the history behind the black lives matter protests why protests sometimes turned violent how governments often respond and what the role of social media is all of this? This episode was originally recorded with Avi Green in two thousand seventeen, and we're bringing it you a bit earlier this week. Our usual schedule given this weekend's offense. Hi I'm Miranda Kelly, and this is the scholars strategy network Snow Jargon. Each week. We discussed in American policy problem with one of the nation's top researchers without jargon. In this archive episode Avi spoke with Professor Ashley Howard She's an assistant professor of African American history at the University of Iowa shears their conversation. Professor Howard. Thanks for coming on new jargon. Thank you for having me. Why did these protests happen? Well there's no one easy answer, but if I were to give an umbrella term to why they happen is that people feel that they are not receiving equal treatment under the law or in society, and they feel that all of the established means getting equal treatment have failed them. You mean in a way. They're sort of fed up and sick and tired, absolutely fed up in sick and tired I think this is something that people often forget when we think about not only the uprisings or the violent protests that happened in the past two or three years, but also looking historically that there are lots of preceding events that occur beforehand there. There were marches there protester letters of indignation. There were speeches given fun of City Councils, and for whatever reason those cries. Those grievances were gone unheeded unheard, and because of that people take to the streets, and it gets attention, and it's a very loud cry for help and for acknowledged professor. How can you just tell me about one protests from beginning to end? I would love so I'd like to start with kind of the protests. That's been nearest and dearest to my heart. It's the one that I've been researching the longest, and it also takes place in my hometown of Omaha. So in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, six fourth of July weekend. There are a group of young people. In a parking lot of the Safeway Grocery store on North Twenty four straight. And this kind of an area where people congregate and it was. Evening. GOOP young people were setting off firefighters or firecrackers. A police officer comes. They begin to throw firecrackers at this police vehicle, the police kind of get scared and equipped takeoff they come back and forth, and this kind of sets it off people. See Police as indicative at this time of the state of unfair treatment, and oftentimes these police, public attractions are the catalysts for these uprisings, so over the course of three days young people go up and down North Twenty Fourth Street in the black enclave, and they set small fires. They break windows. They steal goods out of these stores, and the very much engaged in property, violence as protests, but meanwhile has this is going on. You have the mayor of the city Av Sorenson actually meeting with these youth activists listen to their grievances listening to what? What they feel is going on the community. And why love, starting off with Omaha is because Omaha had a long history, a civil rights activism prior to the nineteen sixty six engagement, and what was so notable is at the end double ACP, an urban league had been begging the state for years to open up an unemployment office on North, Twenty Fourth Street, and for years that desire for a building was met. You know was ignored, and by the end of the week of those three days of uprisings North Omaha got their unemployment office. While you know it's funny because I think the words are so charged when we think about uprisings or protests that end in violence that involves some aspect of violence on TV you hear about riots. Can you tell me a little bit about why you call them violent uprisings, and what you think of some of those other words? I mean in some ways. I think riot is pejorative, because it seems that when people use that term, it's divorced from the context in which people are participating at it seems as it's just want violence as a social and Beran, and not actually rooted in issues, and you don't violence approach as protests had along and storied history in the world, so if you think of Labor bread riots. In France in England. Through the green corn rebellion in the United States hey, mark an uprising working class people people without a lot of political capital engage in violent protests as a way to make their voices heard, and it seems that really in the nineteen sixties when blacks began to use this as a primary tactic in their. Repertoire of protest actions that really begins to be demonized in not lauded as you know the underclass kind of going up against those in power and so for me, I like to use rebellion or uprising, because I see these actions on a political. Continue up that you have protests, you have marches, you have demonstrations and at one end of that spectrum. Is this violent protests? It's not divorce from the other things that have come before, but it's the next step when those issues are continually ignore it. Well. It's interesting to think about the more recent violent protests in the context of that long longer history of protests and the longer history of civil rights and racial relations in the in the states as a white person and also somebody who's gone through sort of the standard His. You know I'm not a student history just like history and high school and all that sort of thing. Boy. Is there a difference in the way that we hear about the non violent protests. Martin Luther King. Gandhi all that sort of thing, and and then the way that Events like watts are described and certainly the way that the media today traits events like Ferguson. And there's a difference between how they were portrayed in the moment, and how they're remembered so watts south central l., A. Nineteen, sixty five. This is one of the first when the earliest large uprisings, and so there is the infamous McCone commission that came out where Ronald Reagan is referring to these folks as mad dogs and lawbreakers, and so even though they're pathologising to actions of the people who are engaging in this type of protests they. They. Still understand that it's rooted in politics. The kerner commission, which came out in nineteen, sixty eight, which looked at that. What's been called the long hot summer of nineteen, sixty seven, and that and that was summer with a whole bunch of protests and uprising. Something about that's correct. That was the deadliest summer and the one with the most amount so in the aggregate, the most amount of in terms of scale and scope the largest. Amount of uprisings, this is when you're and Detroit. Both happened and the Kerner Commission looked at this, and said that this is actually rooted in the fundamental desire to have full inclusion American Society and that it's this notion that had as Robert, focus and a scholar who wrote about this in the contemporary moment, said it's not a attempt to overrun America but to alert America. That's something is very wrong and I think when we look at it today, you know it seems. A bit as an anomaly, I at the time Ferguson has time of Baltimore. There was a black president. I think many of us had kind of been lulled into this false sense of security of a a sort of colorblind society. That racism was over. No longer are people using the end where no longer is. The clan burning crosses on people, Yar People's yards. It's over, but in many ways is racism became more systematic or structural, more institutional and hidden, and so these issues still exists is that people don't realize that they're

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"taylor tony" Discussed on Scholars Strategy Network's No Jargon

Scholars Strategy Network's No Jargon

04:59 min | 2 months ago

"taylor tony" Discussed on Scholars Strategy Network's No Jargon

"Professor Howard. Thanks for coming on new jargon. Thank you for having me. Why did these protests happen? Well there's no one easy answer, but if I were to give an umbrella term to why they happen is that people feel that they are not receiving equal treatment under the law or in society, and they feel that all of the established means getting equal treatment have failed them. You mean in a way. They're sort of fed up and sick and tired, absolutely fed up in sick and tired I think this is something that people often forget when we think about not only the uprisings or the violent protests that happened in the past two or three years, but also looking historically that there are lots of preceding events that occur beforehand there. There were marches there protester letters of indignation. There were speeches given fun of City Councils, and for whatever reason those cries. Those grievances were gone unheeded unheard, and because of that people take to the streets, and it gets attention, and it's a very loud cry for help and for acknowledged professor. How can you just tell me about one protests from beginning to end? I would love so I'd like to start with kind of the protests. That's been nearest and dearest to my heart. It's the one that I've been researching the longest, and it also takes place in my hometown of Omaha. So in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, six fourth of July weekend. There are a group of young people. In a parking lot of the Safeway Grocery store on North Twenty four straight. And this kind of an area where people congregate and it was. Evening. GOOP young people were setting off firefighters or firecrackers. A police officer comes. They begin to throw firecrackers at this police vehicle, the police kind of get scared and equipped takeoff they come back and forth, and this kind of sets it off people. See Police as indicative at this time of the state of unfair treatment, and oftentimes these police, public attractions are the catalysts for these uprisings, so over the course of three days young people go up and down North Twenty Fourth Street in the black enclave, and they set small fires. They break windows. They steal goods out of these stores, and the very much engaged in property, violence as protests, but meanwhile has this is going on. You have the mayor of the city Av Sorenson actually meeting with these youth activists listen to their grievances listening to what? What they feel is going on the community. And why love, starting off with Omaha is because Omaha had a long history, a civil rights activism prior to the nineteen sixty six <hes> engagement, and what was so notable is at the end double ACP, an urban league had been begging the state for years to open up an unemployment office on North, Twenty Fourth Street, and for years that desire for a building was met. You know was ignored, and by the end of the week of those three days of uprisings North Omaha got their unemployment office. While you know it's funny because I think the words are so charged when we think about uprisings or protests that end in violence that involves some aspect of violence on TV you hear about riots. Can you tell me a little bit about why you call them violent uprisings, and what you think of some of those other words? I mean in some ways. I think riot is pejorative, because it seems that when people use that term, it's divorced from the context in which people are participating at <hes>, it seems as it's just want violence as a social and Beran, and not actually rooted in issues, and you don't violence approach as protests had along and storied history <hes> in the world, so if you think of Labor bread riots. In France in England. Through the green corn rebellion in the United States hey, mark an uprising working class people people without a lot of political capital engage in violent protests as a way to make their voices heard, and it seems that really in the nineteen sixties when blacks began to use this as a primary tactic in their. Repertoire of protest actions that really begins to be demonized in not lauded as you know the underclass kind of going up against those in power <hes>, and so for me, I like to use rebellion or uprising, because I see these actions on a political. Continue up that you have protests, you have marches, you have demonstrations and at one end of that spectrum. Is this violent protests? It's not divorce from the other things that have come before, but it's the next step when those issues are continually ignore it.

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"taylor tony" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:14 min | 8 months ago

"taylor tony" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Seven seven three says there I I had no idea half of these people from Chicago no way you can do this without breaking at all or without breaking down of breaking down as a human six three oh death yes now we're getting somewhere Jesus lizard wow that was a good band there was a nineties kind of eighties nineties so good electronica can thing I might not be the right John electronica but cut ministry all my gosh how are we even having this conversation and we have not done ministry out Jorgensen it's gonna marry Mary's online Mary who you like I had the band Chicago then yeah yeah absolutely that's probably number I would say I would say merry that that's probably if you're gonna do a like a tournament three had number one seeds in number two seeds testing the band Chicago would have to be a number one seed just by name alone absolutely right I feel like that's probably our first thing we know what everything we know is true right could be that it was the number one see we got that all right thank you okay all right we've come to that's how it starts it's our brainstorming starts to say alright we got we know what we know and we know that the band Chicago is gonna be one of the number one seeds yep Kathy Richardson yeah she's great done band here any design check polka when the great polka bands renounce of Grammy Award winning polka band Jerry in Kansas is rise against yes rise against great rock band here koko Taylor really magical Taylor Tony man soon to get tired seven await says the flat five that's Kelly Hogan bric a brac yeah the Buckinghams come up again three one two says what about Eddie Vedder do you count Eddie Vedder and Chicago I would not right because he made his name in Seattle he may come back earrings from Evanston or whatever might be I feel like he can't do any better I might be one that we would we would argue but I don't think you can put Eddie Vedder in the best Chicago musicians eight one five squad scratches point are pondering yeah absolutely what I'm saying I don't know where they would be I don't know where the sea would be but there and eight one five says Richard Marx yes you got average marks it's gonna John John standing by John would you like all right slot the flocks yeah I haven't no the chip a lot like Chicago there on a small table top destination which is the family will quit Cryin shames around but then they were on Columbia okay to also talk to dinosaur slots okay also there's a federal tonight the docking him yeah this is this what would this be the early sixties kind of Chicago through a late sixties late sixties got no no college search okay all those bands are all of the same job I like that genre that would be okay but many will listen listen to really connection Chicago Tampa still there was a band called baby soon in the datacenter servers very popular tunes to play at a club in in the Chicago area called dextrose small groups so it will stretch titles of DJ a total loss every he lost up to us to learn new sec replaced imminent tax cutter all around it and let's keep public the sock hops around high schools yeah I think you want to one or two calls him if you're on the radio comes to your baby due in the previous owners for speed plus or actually talked about the grim reaper sooner cheap trick yeah right that's good all right John great man thank you buddy we got a lot of good stuff John there at love it all right we'll take a break here we're late yes me we'll take this break and we'll come back and we'll wrap up again I still have a ton of tax to get theirs will do that here at seven twenty WGN eating working living pain free.

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"taylor tony" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"taylor tony" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Washington comes to talk news reacts g. twenty preview i'm elliot francis as ten democratic candidates gathered on the n._b._c. hosted debate stage once they president trump joined millions of americans who were focused on the video screens correspondent karen keva has more on the president's ranch cursing not on the stage yet still very present president donald trump donald trump just sits in the white house and gloat about what's going on biggest threat to security united states donald trump but it appears that president trump was watching the democratic debates or at least a portion of it according to his twitter feed tweeted at one point boring apparently a reference to the field of democratic candidates and also chided n._b._c. four some technical difficulties during the broadcast as for the official response from the trump twenty twenty campaign they released a statement in which they said that the debate was perhaps the best argument for the president's reelection in miami i'm karen kay like none of debate thursday including former vice president joe biden bernie sanders camera harrison south bend indiana mayor buddha judge president trump is on his way to japan for the annual conference of leaders from the g. twenty nations bob costantini asaka with more president is coming here with trade on his mind tariffs on so many nations including the european union china that it's hard to keep track of it all there are threats of new cares on european cars imported to the u._s. he says the policy of pushing tariffs to the limit is working japan asaka and we're going to be meeting with a lot of different countries many of them have been taking advantage of the united states but not so much anymore and soon not at all anymore that includes a planned meeting with shizhong pin china's leader in an effort to ease the trade war that has tariffs as high as twenty five percent bob costantini soko japan says gas prices may increase soon all this after philadelphia oil refinery reports that will close after a devastating fire there i'm elliot francis message from orlando bloom liam niessen laurence fishburne sound the hayek and taylor tony under four children die from preventable causes like not getting enough food or medicine or came safe water to drink but we all gaining ground a generation ago twice as many children went dying.

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"taylor tony" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"taylor tony" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"More from Christopher Watson. Hidden dragon has expected the weekend belongs to how to train your dragon. The hidden world the film and the animated franchise top dole commerce at the box office of the franchise. Best fifty five point five million dollar debut. That's also the biggest opening of the year so far. The most advanced no sign of legs for Lita battle angel. The scifi actioner slips to second week to with a whopping fifty eight percent drop in business. They'll I go movie to the second part took third. Singer R Kelly remains behind bars facing ten cancer criminal sex abuse involving at least three hundred victims corresponded Lindsay Davis reports despite being one of the all time bestselling artists, you still has not posted bail Kelly's charged with ten counts of aggravated criminal sexual assault involving four alleged victims three of them were between the ages of thirteen and seventeen when the alleged incidents occurred. We're talking about going back as far as nineteen ninety eight to as recently as two thousand ten and in court on Saturday. The Cook County prosecutor Kim thoughts who described r Kelly's interactions with each alleged victim in graphic detail. At one point the judge even said, look, these allegations are disturbing gave the twenty fifth of February is your birthday. Here's the names and entertainment. He shared with. Brother smithereens. Dennis Daikin, sixty two today. Mike beers from the alarm sixty Webster before Alexis. Dentist's office, fifty three. So as Taylor Tony. To Leslie balloon is fifty one Sean essence forty eight so is Daniel powder. Sarah that song you had a bad day. Julio Iglesias juniors. Forty six Richard lyles's Forty-six as well Anson mount as forty Chelsea handler's forty four today proceeded Jones is forty three. Country singer Shawna Thompson's forty one Justin Burr fields thirty three. James and Oliver Phelps from films. Millage meals thirty three. Karen Laos on very seventy seven. Rick flair seventy today. So is humorous Jack handy of deep thoughts. Reject candy. Entertainment at thirty eight past every hour. Ten ten wins live and local twenty four hours a day. Your news station. All news all the time. Wins. You give us twenty two minutes. We'll give you the world..

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"taylor tony" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"taylor tony" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"So it's like the weirdest thing because I answered gust of somebody think noon as the one that can actually surprise cyborg and put some hands on her. Now that said Saimaa cyborg puts them hands on Nunez, Nunez, tasted that type of power either. I realized what I'm saying what I'm getting into. I looked at it differently. I thought I thought maybe she could wear side work down. And I don't know. I think I really think Nunez has great reach. She's her ability to extender her reaching using her legs in her arms. And man, she's. She's very accurate. She's very confident with her hands. And then the thing is once you smells blood. She's one of the best at going after it. So cyborg also can't make sure she's caught in that type of decision because if she is she needs to get a hold of amenities rapper arms around her put her to the ground or use head movement or throw some counterstrikes or whatever but firefights can be dangerous. In that Gusta. Some I really think length has been something that's given John Jones a little bit of problems. And I think he really don't like that about that. I fight. It just threw off his rhythm. I think Alex's. I really think he's gotten better since that. I you know, they both have. All right. I want to thank all of our guests for the week Valentina Shinko Antonina chango Kayla Harrison, Derek Brunson. Karyn Bryant Liam Geary Ray Longo race Afo Vinnie Meghalaya's, Lance Palmer Lewis Taylor, Tony Martin CR Zayda and Justin Willis big special. Thanks to the shaneco sisters sophomore allies in Palmer for actually stopping by the the studio now next week. I haven't been gun anything in regards to booking the show. But I do know that Curtis Melander will be in our studio and hopefully to follow up on maybe having Karyn Bryant stuff by as well who. Yeah. So it's gonna be a fun week. And I want to wish. Merry Christmas to all of junky nation. And if some of you are just going to be unavailable through the new year, then obviously a safe new year otherwise count on seeing us here on the twenty six will recap a little bit of time often star previewing the buffet cart merry Christmas, Danny makers kinda quiet, but what are your plans going down to the beach where my dad and my grandparents both live in that area in kind of visiting family to Christmas. You all right. Be.

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"taylor tony" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"taylor tony" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"Enjoy. Matt Belknap one of the very first stand up comedians ever saw lie was amending. Gilbert Gottfried, one of the best summit, please go Georgia's in Chicago. So I'm twice I'm on one tour. So I'm going to come back the next time. He's terrific. And if you've not hurt as podcast, now's the time to do. So it's right here on your wolf. Yeah. It's called Gilbert Godfrey. It's amazing colossal podcast. Not you know, Gilbert Gilbertson around forever. You know from the roasts, of course, right Aladdin Beverly Hills cop two problem child Aflac. Lack to say, what do you think? What that one mentioned probably not. It's weird though. It's it's right on here. But guess what jerk? He's an incredibly talented respect to stand up as well. He brings celebrities like weird Al yankovic Judd appetite IRA glass on was podcast. And you don't goes on there a lot everybody could Beer cO. Oh, really? Yeah. Craig was on there. What of it? They go on to talk about show business legends all the horror movies, foreclose folklore dirty jokes and stories from the road this week this week dig this Debbie special new episode with Alan Alda. Wow. Wow. What? Yeah. They gotta own old it. He's dead. No. He's not. Oh, Alan Alda Callen thick. Those are two different names. Totally different people totally different careers. Yup. Right. But both very tales. Both both grade both sitcom stars and the eighties seven place. So funny to think of mashes a sitcom. Well, he was also ahead of hinder sisters, Allen, all the. Yeah. Man. I know this is crazy say because mashes maybe one of the best TV shows ever made. But I feel like I didn't fully appreciate Alan Alda until I saw him in flirting with disaster. Which is the David Russell movie, Ben Stiller and Patricia Arquette, so funny. Or is it Taylor? Tony Taylor, Patricia. Oh is that right? The both of them yet producer cuts, bent solar, wife, tailing the woman trying to find his birth parents for him, and they go on this cross country trip. Alan Alda, who did you say? What would you say -til who's the other woman? Not Taylor Surkhet. Nope. Never mind. Zan Arquette on even better. He's also that Paul how's well, Peter Fonda and sit and Murdy Kroft. Wow. That's crazy. Those guys come on to talk about the. You know, which he poo or the great space coaster. You don't wanna miss this one L and all the listen waves on the west wing. Of course, you remember that? Anyway, check out new episodes of Gobert got done explaining that movie. I mean, everyone should see it. It's one of my favorite movies of all time Tyler Moore Mary Tyler Moore's in it, and George Segal and. Jane, wait, not Jane, Fonda lily Tomlin. Yep. So amazing cast and Richard Jenkins before anyone knew who he was isn't it? And he's fantastic. Josh brolin. I think I've named the entire cast. Well, you win no prize whatsoever for doing that. Okay. What you can. Well, you know, what you know, what you can win the mom from wonder years isn't a couple of scenes to what's your name. I forget her name check out new episodes of Gilbert Godfrey. That's that's what whatever your advertising Gilbert Godfrey. It's amazing colossal podcast every Monday wherever you, listen, Stitcher. Apple podcasts that sort of thing. Gobert Gottfried, amazing colossal podcast go bring out raid..

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"taylor tony" Discussed on Behind the Bets

Behind the Bets

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"taylor tony" Discussed on Behind the Bets

"He's a powerful back to takes a couple of guys to bring him down. So he really is a complete running back. They also have Patrick Taylor. Tony Pollard who's a wide receiver. They put up in the backfield. Sometimes give it to the jet. Sweep all three of those guys can take it to the house anytime that combined they've combined for thirty three rushing touchdowns this year so explosive offense for. Memphis now these earlier in the year and McKinsey mill them was playing and Memphis lead thirty seventeen at the half period on their way to a win UCF rally back even getting out they came back and won the game by one and then last year UCF I thought had a great team last year one that they were themselves the national championship and in that game last year for the title, which was at UCF. Memphis, took them to overtime to overtimes as a matter of fact came up just short in the game. So I think we have a very good very underrated. Memphis team one. That's playing good current form. Just Houston last week force. They won by twenty one. They've got the offense. They've got the edge on defense, and they won't be intimidated playing here last year for the conference championship knowing they went to overtime. I think Memphis. Plus the points is the play here. I watched that Memphis game. You know, if central Florida this is prior to Milton injury. I was saying if they really wanted to be top fourteen you can't barely. Beat these teams you have to just pummel him because Memphis, d is awful. Now you and I were texting during the game because you were on Memphis, mice appoints last week, and they pulled away and was a nice win. But they have to bury these teams, and I just feel I just feel you gotta score more against Memphis de like that. If you wanna consider yourself a top four team. Yeah. You know, Memphis last week did give three ninety four total yards, but put up six hundred ten they had numerous mistakes that first half. Which is you know, I was getting a little frustrated on fell. Memphis could easily have been up by more. But as it turned out of work out, pretty good. Or well, very good stuff there. I gotta come up with my plays. And I like the I like shootout in the SEC title game, Alabama and Georgia. We saw what happened the Georgia's defense last year against Oklahoma. When they faced a powerful spread offense with tempo. And I think Bama can do that to them. And I think bama's gonna have to put up points to will be sitting in the fourth quarter of this one. No. He definitely won't. You do have an advantage in that respect. What is what is it? Total on that game coming in in the neighborhood of sixty three three and a half. Okay. Now, I think there's one team out there that doesn't fear Alabama would be Georgia 'cause they lead last year's game at the half fill. That was you know, they were in control the game ended up losing in overtime. But they know they can come here and play the it's like crowded much like they did in the national championship game. And I think George got a good run game as you touch on their offense should be able to move. They got two hundred sixty yards per game in the ground six point three. And then you've got Jake from with a twenty four five ratio this year. I do think Alabama wins the game and probably wins it by at least the two touchdowns spread. Because I think they'll control the line of scrimmage. I'm gonna go back to the match up of the LSU both teams traveled to death valley this year, Georgia got outgained on the ground to seventy five to one thirteen outgained overall one hundred fifty four. Yeah. Yards. Alabama went into LSU took on the same offense of defensive fronts and had a dominant two hundred eighty one to twelve rush edge outgained LSU three hundred eighty yards. So I think Alabama's better at the line of scrimmage for this one especially on the defensive side of the ball. So I I like the tide in this. But I could see your thought process on that as far as the over goes. I mean, I think George knows are not gonna win a slugfest right like bama's gonna get its points. And I don't think I don't think they're gonna let up in the second half unless it's total blow in wrong..

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"taylor tony" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"taylor tony" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Line. Did a really good job of checking the box. They didn't have enough guys in the box. The only had six they run the football. And they run for a big first down. Green all the way to the right? I attempt to the Wildcats for their thirty-five Thorson hundred center here goes again left side through across the thirty five out near the forty market at thirty nine gain of four on I out by twenty two in the half jet. Mark on the stop for the Irish, you don't know how good that is. There was eight guys in the box, and they picked up a solid four to five yards on that play on a sweep that was really sweet right there. Houser forty seven yards on twelve carries. Second out at five thirty nine yard line. And take it again spin down at the forty yard shorted at first by four Taylor. Tony good open-field tackle at brings up. Third out for the Wildcats who are to a five on third out third and four here at their own forty one yard line. Kony's are middle linebacker at ten. Tat owes last week against navy, and he is very very active standing there in the middle for the Notre Dame bowser Al bald in bunch set to the left single receiver rightous garage for the Wildcats game four yards to go for their own forty one. Snapped authority's gonna throw it here Dorsett firing. Fifty and he's got a first down into Notre Dame territory. Care breed in the left flat all by himself. I think they'd motioned into the right in any. Snuck back out to the left. Yeah. He came on a crossing right across route very narrow right between the defensive line, the linebackers. They didn't see him Clayton. Thorson right now is probably having one of his best half's of his career right here. Doing an excellent job of voiding, the rush I out of the forty eight yard line. Here's course played roles right stops firing going deeper rally. Late data around the fifteen yard line Gilman. Have the coverage. Second out at ten here at the Irish forty eight with three forty five to go to the half, a seven seven I like Clayton put a lot of air on that Paul. But unfortunately, the boundary was not his friend there. But a really nice thrown ball just a little bit too wide, but lots of height. They're very catch bull at things. Another two yards to the left. Berkeley, Holman Chechen is one or two receivers to the right. Check it out and tap to the wild dance. It'll be thousand left side bounces it out pieces lex moving against. Got a couple jet Mark sealed off, and it brings up down for the Wildcats six yards to go bows. Her is alone yards to go make data the forty six yard line five eleven to fifteen. He's only going to get bigger. You could see him come into those linebackers at linebacker was a one on one tackle. He carried him for those extra three yards. He made a one yard loss into a three yard gain there on oca- into the backfield caps on third down tonight. Three of six third and eight at the Notre Dame forty six seven seven late first half. Dorsett gets the snap. Here comes pressure gets rid of it complete to the fifty. Slam down forty four by tranquil sport down for the Wildcats track. That was brought heat on Clayton Thorson with that was a that was his swing class and they avoid they wanted to bring the heat. So they could get it out to the running back, and he did an excellent job of catching that thing off his shoe strings and didn't have enough blockers upfront the pick up the necessary yards. But I gotta think they're going to put here only got two as Gerald's going to let the play clock rubbed down. Here. They call a time out. We'll be about twenty left when he takes the time out. Clocked up to down to one time out to nineteen. Northwestern, and we'll take it's.

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"taylor tony" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"taylor tony" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Drill. Taken every snap. That's available to him. He hits the whole heart. He runs an extra twenty or thirty yards after he gets the ball in contact. Now, they're not hitting each other right now, you know, they're just basically going through shell. But still there's no seems to be no problem with that hamstring is what he tweaked a hamstring a couple of weeks ago at Missouri actually an injury that happened in the UCF game. But he is now find ready to go. Patrick taylor. Tony pollard. They're all looking good back there. And like, you mentioned health mental health that is a big thing. To Tigers got to relearn how to just go out and win the doggone ballgame just win the game. One. Oh is all you can think about what are we fired up about today's game? We got a new segment called what are we fired up for? It's brought to you by Kingsford charcoal with Memphis on the road this week. It's time to bring the tailgate to your own backyard. Fire up your grill with Kingsford charcoal. The way barbecue should taste Kingsford. Start something for me. This. This will be getting takeovers getting takeaway ways, the the turnovers takeaways this. This is the team we already mentioned say freshman quarterback. This is part of your defensive philosophy. That has been missing Mike Novell does not mind yielding yards. Chris Paul the defensive coordinator does not mind yielding yards as long as you turn teams over with an attacking style. And you play very good in the red zone. They.

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"taylor tony" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"taylor tony" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Choices with their angles that they're covering her it's just it's unnecessary and rather tacky and some of, the publications I'm surprised surprised of how, in day to they're handling it wow yeah Three former secretaries of state will guest star on an upcoming episode, of. The CBS show Madam, secretary Hillary Clinton Colin Powell and Madeleine Albright will appear on the season premiere in October while a bit. They're pretty happy about that so the announcement was made on Twitter. With a photo of the former secretary's posing with TV secretary. Taylor. Tony Ever watched this show I hear it's people that. Watch it love it I. Watched the first season I was devoted really yeah with all the other things I didn't go back one, day It's a? Great. Show I love her all I loved halio tomorrow oh wow Ooh Chris Hardwick will return to AMC to host both talking dead and talking with Chris Hardwick AMC completed the investigation into abuse claims made by an ex girlfriend and decided that bringing Chris back was quote the appropriate. Step. Yeah Yeah I mean Kathy. Griffin isn't happy about this but I don't know I they did the investigation and it turned out to be nothing yeah I I don't know what you say after that I don't either I. Don you brought this up this is, the one, of the first times I can remember, since, the metoo movement really started where a company a giant company has brought somebody back right after after this after a scandal broke so the must've promising that maybe there you know people aren't just firing people just from. Yeah Yeah you know if, they really, investigated in we don't know all the. Details Yeah nor should. We, so okay so if you're fans at Chris Hardwick he will be back yeah. We'll, we'll see, in the ratings whether that, was the right move or not Okay on. TV tonight we have the. Gong show Alyson Hannigan will Arnett will rate, how the judges we. Also, have Nashville on CMT if. You're into that show and.

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"taylor tony" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"taylor tony" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Give rise a. Call he's back, here he's the guy that makes it, all happen, you know prices the guy that gets all, the music Dan prices the guy that does all the foam work he's behind the scenes and makes the show the show no Bryce and you callers the talent that we have calling it on here and we could talk about, anything you want, to grow, or if he got suggestions for us like. Organza badge I really I, didn't know that they were commercially manufactured you. Look at the internet that's a great way, to cover your fruit I've been raped recommended paper bags for years but these are going to be a lot easier to use and a. Lot more, available and, cheaper to, John in, the. San tan valley good morning. John morning Brian award you great sir got a question for you what do you think about these new Australian finger lines that are starting? To pop, up in some of the nurseries here in the valley you know. I've got. Friends that the first. Time I saw. Those was About ten years? Ago with, Ron Turner over in California I'm not a huge fan personally I think a more fun tree than that if you wanna grow something different along those. Lines would be to grow lime Quat and the lime, quads have, fruit here year round and, if you like that kind of a tart fruit you know you can cut, them up put him. In drinks to all different kinds of, things with a lime Quat but they're so prolific my my. Mom has, wonder front yard and I think it's pretty exciting the finger limes to me you know they just don't have the special flavor and there's not. Really a good reason for them I think lime. Wise if you really wanna lime your, way better off with the Mexican lime here and you really. Don't want, the bears either the Mexican line would be the best okay okay hey thanks bye bye Maryland. In. May. Said, good. Morning. Maryland Good morning. Hi good morning our. You I have I have, a. Question I had two very large Arizona ash my backyard would shade in. My house and about a year, ago one of them, within a, week It? Was green leafy doubt and everything and all of a sudden it started shriveling up the leaves, and, it, turn Brown and it was dead and. I had someone out and they told me. It had root right and so. I, had to, take a noun and I asked if it would transfer over about oh fifty two feet away to the, other tree so they told, me the water real well and the. True is very healthy, well last week? All of a sudden. This tree was all leafed out and it started just shrivel and. Within the week all those leaves were Brown. And the whole tree was did Maryland that does sound like you know what, I can give you? We have. A, news break. Right now. And it's. A hard break so. We have to go to, the. News, so I either give your answer off the air or when we, come back what would you like Either way I'll take it we, cut back fashion okay And it's. Time for, the news here that's what. We call it you. Know Where. NewsRadio here KTAR we have Taylor her smiling ready to. Go with the news good. Morning Taylor Tony's news. Station news station KTAR on air ninety two three FM online at KTAR dot com and streaming live, on the KTAR news app. Your, breaking news, and traffic now KTAR news time it's eight thirty..

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"taylor tony" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"taylor tony" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The team historian like dan said nick robbie ben taylor tony n'sour at the list goes on and on the players on both sides really visitors and home players just a a remarkable season altogether and it's my pleasure to say that baseball's in great hands in when you look around the landscape of minor league baseball even bigleague baseball baseball is in great hanson it is america's pastime for a reason and we have a lot to look forward to moving forward particularly at sky sox fans because the brewers are so deep and the aaa level will once again the outstanding next season sky sox return for the 2018 campaign home opener is april tenth in what will be a one hundred eight forty game sees it there's anybody i forgot my family obviously pick supporters all the best in i'll be senior soon no doubt about that sin now thanks for tuning in every night and listening to us in tripoli baseball over the summer into all the fans as well who come up and tell us that we work so well together we do in it's the dan dan show that is what makes some are so great here along the front range particularly with sky sox baseball we have a ton of fun off the air as well don't you worry about that now it's my pleasure for the final time to wish you a very good at rest of your sunday evening sky sox do fall in the fifth game of the championship series thirteen to ten memphis worthy opponents were the winners they take the series three games to two for the final time for my partner the voice of the sky sox dan karcher completing his twenty th season behind the mic but the sky sox incredible and now what a special season this was our producers ryan aimed at wheels i obtain etcheson signing up for the final time it's what the seventeen.

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"taylor tony" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"taylor tony" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Succeed wcbm and we're back and we're talking with maria rediscover land about father stanley brother who will be beatified september 23rd night two thousand seventeen in a ceremony in oklahoma city so have you bring to guatemala where feather stanley served what was it light are the conditions better now than when he was there i did i went six years ago for the thirtieth anniversary of his death and with that creeped round the ice diocese and we had it was the year that as fish of coakley became bishop said we had an retired bishop than you i chbih shed and bishop taylor tony taylor from little rock arkansas pizazz have very devoted to the cost and less involved in the historical commission and and then a lot of other priests than local so it was a really good community to travel there 'cause we on you some about a father stand beden analysts had been there before that lay people and so we could mostly sunny skies experience it at the same time and it was phenomena that the faith of the people that called in this and the best sense of it that way means as if people they already they are it is one of the nuns put it this way yes you you can keep moving the costs that we are ready now he says st and i think that's kind of though it sense when you were there and it's when you walk into the room where he died which is an emma chapel now mostly sunny skies and mild force alue this afternoon whiteminority northeast when temperatures into lowly nobody has ever the as safir clear overnight 52 that mix of clouds and sun much elliot's cloudy sky with a chance of showers and.

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"taylor tony" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"taylor tony" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

"One home run over the course of the year and hit 202 he's hitting indiana and he slumped this week me he slumped but if he can keep his average in the two sixty five to seventy area and he's gonna hit you fifteen home runs and he's going to steal you fortyfive two to sixty basis what are we talking about here have you still on your wire go get him to eighty four average and eleven stolen bases for the month like you said salon last week only only wet three for twenty three it's a with a bad week on at only freak out on that i the maiming can hit two seven and another worthy point thirteen percent walkway his ob p s this that's going to keep the stolen base opportunities cooking for camera may so okay so we're very much he's our number one here let's assume is not available for some of these other folks the two tailors chris and michael a and orlando arcia who would be your favorite among that bunch chris taylor a low chris taylor also like michael to all three of these guys and if are available on your wire they're worthy pickups arcia is a is a one of the most highly touted prospects we've seen long time struggled when he came up no surprise and he's a really good buying opportunity in dynasty leagues and a good pickup opportunity specially for shortstop was right in chris taylor slow down certainly i mean they're figuring something out about a may be her but he still getting everyday of bats pretty much and another really lake is la michael taylor tony kornheiser i do i do tony kornheiser show and we talk baseball berries reliever with on and you know.

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