35 Burst results for "Terrence"
The Digitizing Process - Natalie Monbiot of Hour One on Virtual Humans Automated Video Production and More - Voicebot Podcast Ep 219 - burst 04
"On starting poi- is very much human would not making humans up with starting with real human being and then with digitizing them in order to be able to Create endless amounts of content featuring that pass in with the commission in the case of taryn So a describe what we did say the process was we got her in studio and she had a couple of different looks because she wanted high as she calls at. Ai clone to have some flexibility a couple of different ways of different presenting different types of content. And so we go to rent a studio with the green screens Team production team in tel aviv. A video conference in and direct shape and the goal of that is to capture about three to five minutes worth of quantity footage and with that vintage which essentially becomes the data that we can then use to create a digital character. So that's what we did answer the following the shoot Actually if you go to terrence youtube page You can see the proof of concept video on. They're also making a video of what the process was like actually creating higher character so it's a really simple process that we just use a normal Normal video calmer normal studio. Everything's quite normal. We have a few things like lighting in the have we have you know try and minimize reflections. Just little things like that and What we do is we have like a methodology that we guide passing through such as to bury still talk a little bit more Character and expression various degrees of Expressive essentially so that we can capture that full range of facial expressions so that we have this data she disposal when we want to generate new content.
Chauvin Sentenced to More Than 22 Years for Floyd Murder
"Police officer Derek Shelvin for the murder of George Floyd. The sentencing following an afternoon of emotional victim impact statements. Floyd, seven year old daughter, Gianna, the first to speak addressing the judge on video. If you could say anything to your daddy right now, what would it be a our mission. And I love Um Floyd's brother, Terrence, with a question for Derek Chauvin. When you Knew that he posed no threat anymore. He had He was handcuffed while you're there at least get up the Floyd family seeking the maximum sentence. You don't want to see no more slaps on the wrist. We've we've been through that already A BCS Alix Perez, former President Trump could
'We're Gonna Stay Strong': Floyd Family Reacts to Sentence
"Former Minneapolis police officer Derek show been expressed condolences to the family of George Floyd in the minutes before a judge sentence open to more than twenty two years in prison the family of George Floyd was allowed to address the court before sentencing his brother Terrence with a question for the officer who spent nine and a half minutes pinning George Floyd to the ground who's going to be a when you have Ginni over his neck and Floyd seven year old daughter G. ana who says her dad would help or brush your teeth at night and I love the show even turn to relatives in the courtroom and offered condolences saying there was more to be said to them at a later time I hope things will give you some some peace of mind the audio courtesy of court TV show friends mother spoke in his defense but the judge said the twenty two and a half year sentence includes a ten year penalty for abuse of trust and for cruelty shown to George Floyd I'm Jackie Quinn
Unvaccinated Young Americans Are Driving Latest COVID-19 Spikes
"In Covid cases among the unvaccinated a month ago, the highly contagious Delta variant accounted for just over 2% of cases in America. Now That number is up to 20%. And it comes as the White House admits it's not going to reach the president's vaccination goal by the fourth of July. CBS is Omar Villafranca is in the place that currently leads the country in Covid cases per capita Missouri. It's summer in the Ozarks, a popular vacation destination for Midwesterners and Southerners alike. But right now the region is one of the hottest hotspots for Covid 19. According to Dr Terrence Coulter, What do you worry about? I'm worried about the perfect storm brewing with the lifting of the mask mandates the vacationers coming and going, the low immunization rates And then now the arrival of the Delta variant, which is highly prevalent in the area, where a hot spot and this is just going to explode outward. The delta variant is being blamed for a sharp rise in hospitalizations in southwest Missouri, up 196% in the last month. Variant now accounts for nearly half of all covid cases across 10 states at talks Hilton Springfield, It's been detected in the majority of patients who are the people who are ending up in your hospitals now, disturbingly, what we're seeing is more and more younger patients being admitted. And these are, of course, the unvaccinated This is the gap in our armor. They feel they don't really need it. They're invincible. That's exactly how
Mann Scores Career-High 39, Clippers Eliminate Jazz 131-119
"I'm incredible second half rally by the clippers has then headed to the conference finals for the first time ever beating the jazz one thirty one one nineteen in a series clinching game six with a barrage of three pointers LA came from twenty five points down Terrence Mann brought the clips back to life scoring twenty in the third quarter alone and ending with a career high thirty nine I just had a lot to you and do what I did you do leave me open to shoot open shots out of willow way back in the game Paul George had twenty eight you felt that the monkey off of the clippers back in terms of you know get out of the second round LA made twenty of thirty nine from three point land Utah got thirty nine points from Donovan Mitchell I am Markt Myers
Is Tutu Atwell Too Small to Succeed in the NFL? - burst 08
"Now to god. The i know that you are extremely enthusiastic about Terrence marshall going to the panthers. Twenty seven th pick of the second round just a few picks after escorts from lsu tears marshall to the panthers. What are your thoughts on this cal. I'll pick it a fantastic lang spot. you know. I think i was super high on marshall. Probably highest of just about anybody in the industry All all college season. And all you know predrag and my my enthusiasm is not where one bit. I love the landing spot where some people might be turned off on it You know I know that he is not maybe going to be immediately. Be the number. One with robby anderson and with dj more there. But i think he's going to have a clear role from day one because if you look at his body type and how profiles ios not just a big bodied receiver he also is a a burner to i mean he is true burner and You know high jump. High catch radius any any provides the wide receivers did not do as your which was give a teddy bridgewater. Now is going to be darnold. But they didn't have anybody to score in the red zone. You know everything. They they scored was from like you know deeper out or the the running backs the mike davis or you know. But they really didn't have anybody in the red zone that they could produce. So i think marshall steps in right away and could be. I bet he has a real legitimate chance at leading all rookies in in receiving touchdowns ex year. So you know it's somebody that i like. As far as a talent. I think he can easier to age. Well in that offense because He is going back with his former college coach. Now the head coach of the of the panthers. So i think that this guy drafted him whereas he might have fallen a little bit in. Nfl draft because there was a little bit uncertainty right before the draft about some of his medical history. I don't think coach takes them at high if he has any type about about the about his foot injury so i think that this is going to be the guy that's going to be all help you. Now you're gonna have some flashes. He's going to be probably inconsistent. Probably a lot like a like. I kind of value him a lot. Like the where i had claypool asher whereas i kind of knew that there was going to be a lot of competition for targets but i knew that there was gonna be a lot of upset especially if somebody gets hurt And i just think that there's gonna be a lotta touchdown and he's a big guy when people start really understanding how much of a freak athlete is. Don't be surprised if this guy is being compared as maybe even number one wide receiver in this class next year. That's that's how upside. i see you know. I do think chases a better prospect but you know they were on the same team and You know even on the team with jefferson and chase He marshall was extremely valuable piece of their natural shape team. I mean he. I think he had like fourteen touchdowns or something you know. And he had costa twenty yard per catch average on the team. I mean he he really is a tremendous player and then when those two guys left last year you know he played over about a. I don't know about six or seven seven games. you opted out. And he averaged one hundred and fifteen dollars. You're talking about more leading devante smith. It was really. I believe tears marshall who bleeding the country in yards per game you know before he opted out and he also was averaging close to two touchdowns a game you know and this same competition is all those. Stc guy so. I just liked body. I can't i hate to sound like a broken record. But i really do like big receivers. It's not the smaller wide. Receivers can't thrive in that bayer wide receivers don't bust. I just think that when you historically look at all the body types of players that are generally over six foot in there like over two hundred pounds to twenty six. I'd say two to twenty is about the average. You know we get the top hand wide receiver fantasy for fancy standpoint every year. That's probably about the average. So i like my guys. That profile big catch raises. So i just feel like they're more consistent with a when when you get that's capable of being a possession receiver getting first downs and touchdowns. I i like their consistency versus having a field stretcher. We might put up forty points in a game lake. You kyle i am. I am feeling good about carrots. Marshall and about what he's gonna do in his nfl career. The only hold back that. I have with taras marshall and again this could be viewed as a positive based on what i'm going to say in a second is so terrorist marshall hops into offense with dj more lobbying said in christian. Mccaffrey already there. So you're already looking at the possibility of being the fourth target there in carolina which i deal and add that to the fact that sam darnold who i think everyone considers at this point to be in the bottom. Half of the starting quarterbacks is throwing the ball to terrence. Marshall this is this is clearly not ideal so short term. There are some concerns. I do think like you that he's going to be great in the red zone. Short term era. You're gotta be thinking while sam. Donna already has connected to robinson clearly. The carolina organization views. Dj moore's or number receiver cj. Metcalf a christian mccaffrey a year a year ago. He broke the record for the most receptions for running back in a single season ever. She has to view him almost as a receiver. At this point with the matt of receptions which is insane that he's getting one hundred receptions i think it was a year or two ago so that that's not ideal but dynasty football dicey football so not necessarily great redraft person. In my opinion but dynasty football is about the long game and the long game. I see in the long game i see turns marshall absolutely thriving because we don't know a five we anderson's gonna be in carolina long-term. We don't know what the scenario is going to be with. Sam darnold or with christian mccaffrey. Dj more but we know the is one of the best receivers in this class in. He is talented enough will were at some point career. He will get an opportunity probably sooner rather than later if not this year to really showcase what he can do and he has the talent to be a number one receiver. I love his size. I loved as a big bodied receiver. That's a great fan a red zone. There are a lot of good things about terrence marshall and so what i was saying earlier is the fact that not going to be good in the short term is almost a positive here for you as a dynasty are because now we're seeing him fall to the third fourth fifth round pick of the second round which is lower than it should be gone if anything. This guy should be going at the back half of the first half so now because the term concern that comes with marshall. Now you're gonna be able to go up there and gets terrorist marshall and you're not gonna have to reach from either he's probably just gonna fall right in your laps and you're gonna walk is one of the biggest winners in your dynasty graphs. Because here's a guy that has a potential to be a top five receiver in this
Floyd family meets Biden as Congress mulls police bill
"George Floyd's family has met with president by the on the first anniversary of Floyd's killing it lasted about an hour a private meeting in the oval office between the president vice president and a half dozen of Floyd's relatives including brothers felonious it was great he's a genuine guy handed Terrence for them to sort of concern to our family and for them to actually give an ear to our concerns the family earlier was on Capitol Hill where talks continue what a policing overall bill named in Floyd's honor the president had hoped it would be done by two days anniversary Karen bass and other negotiators aren't there yet we still want to do but she's not offering a new deadline Sager mag ani Washington
Clippers Lead All the Way in 115–96 Win Over Raptors
"The clippers led from start to finish in a one fifteen ninety six road over trouble with Emily arena the raptors were without several starters on this one and that a lot of Kawhi Leonard to take advantage he finished with twenty points my son just came to me pretty much tonight still probably start about nine since August night eighteen you know what it is so did a good job of trying to win Terrence Mann also provided twenty points off the bench in the win trouble's Chris Boucher who missed the last nine games due to injury led the raptors with sixteen points the victory allowed LA to stay a game ahead of Denver for the number three seed in the Western Conference I'm John the thirty
'Boxing News' ft. Combat Sports Insider Deon Clubbs (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #13)
"Big terence crawford fan elephant in the room. Is we all want to see the task. Force earl spencer. Who is tasked. Crawford's bob arum aerospace is now heyman so let's pbc de espn top rank two different companies. And they don't talk that. Well bob air hill talk to somebody like eddie hearn's who's matchbox and that's why we're going to have the fury verse. Anthony joshua fight which will be happening soon helping the site but pack. I mean he has won. The belts task cropper. Only has one belt. Its way for our task offer to pillow more emphasis on how necessary that fight is to unify. Forty-seven welterweight division. I think if pack. Yeah winds i mean. Sorry one of the best boxers of all time but if he beats terence crawford somehow he'll solidified himself as how pound. I mean this may weather and then pack. Y'all right there for this generation. Yeah dan i honestly think that terence crawford will not come with the same protests when keith armand fault pack. Y'all was outclass outmatch. I'm saying a right now first clubs bangers clubs bangers on the list i care score for will win this fight In might go the distance. But i think tears crawford will will have pack yao dump by lisa sixth or seventh round. He starts a little later and then he wants he figures you out it's over with in pac l. Might be rabbi. He might be there with calmer. Gregor the wraps might be sectional. They all my internet things about life thing about how much they drink tonight before. Who knows what. I think pat will be going to sleep. Who could slum writer six or sound around that fight and crawford who have to belts. It'll be more if assist as far as him fighting Earl spencer fight really needs to happen for you have just one chance. I don't like all these these all. These belts and safety and buys are fine but we want one undisputed champion and had way divisions got right there startling towards that path with a anti josh will sisa fury and i think the wealth way forty seven trend towards that way hopefully by next year once cry a patio like trash that he has dispose disposable. Jettison get out here. that's to happen by next year. Oh yeah my brother. I completely agree. We got to have that match. We boxing match in our lives and i agree. I believe that terraced coffer will stop mini. Pack y'all i believe many we'll put up a good fight but yeah i don't think he has what it takes. I think he's a little too old to stop. Terence crawford crawford at the ball in booths. Podcasts he's really good. And i really like him and so yeah i think he's gonna stop him and i i hope so. I'm very excited. So we can have him versus like you said errol spence and see that joint in twenty twenty two fo the win- anyways so we have a huge fight coming up either this year next year. The heavyweight division is finally consolidating and we have tyson fury versus anthony joshua which will be the biggest fight in u. k. boxing history. So my friend. Tell me how we feel about the heavyweight division. How well they're doing art. We can't okay. Starts out first of all omar. Would you
"terrence" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast
"Other down. People say is that no matter where you saw terence in his high surprise in his lowest of lows in he stayed he was the same. I say that say they gotta like me. I'm just saying that. Hey he was he was same to say. We don't need the all because we will. But the core of who. I am is who i had so I try to always stay that right. So whether i was burbs. A cleaned in washing toilets are getting dragged. My name called at new york and get drafted by. The packers are laying hussy. You not notified ever walk again. I was the same person. Today are still the same person as the core. I am is the same and so. That's why i'm excited. The back home news takes his reconnect. 'cause i haven't seen a lot of people in haven't been i been home consistently in twenty years so i'm excited about that will too. I love that. I did the same thing man. That's how i got here After i graduated from undergrad i i was in houston for six years and in that's how i got into real estate was just. I started looking for businesses to buy it. I can tell you about. I had my daughters at the time. Two and three years old. And i wanted to raise them in our beloved texas. That's where i want him raised and it was a great great great decision and man. I'm so glad to hear that you're coming back to god's country it's It's been good now. And i mentioned kids. I want to ask you this because to hear someone with your mindset. It's so refreshing. It's just i mean we're we're kindred spirits because the things never go out of style are a good attitude hard work and in no excuses in you have executed on that but then very much like you. I can tell. Our kids are growing up with more than you. And i had you know they just. It's a t totally different universe than what i grew up in that. I know that sounds like what your kids are. Grow up in but as a father father to father. How are you balancing net. How are you instilling. That in your in your kiddos to make sure they maintain that work ethic has been cool. You know. i'm really blessed to have an amazing wife erica is. I will not be the entrepreneur that i am today. Northern man without her so he's played an integral piece to building my legacy and building family legacy through her with her. So i give her nose that opposite guide. It's glory with that because he gives me truly truly with all different companies..
"terrence" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast
"What do i do. I don't i haven't made anything. So no i'm not getting anything back said well. You know you may be eligible for earned income tax credit. And i go. Wait what isn't that for people that don't make any money said yeah. You haven't made any money lack house so you know you. But don't you know like i look back on those early days in aren't though some of the greatest have as an entrepreneur. You're for sure Just look back. All life is coming from me stakes in now. You know there was a time where you know. I went on the scene in football. You know there was a time. I mean if you think about when it comes to football texas bali. Top three states in the united states. And then you know. I didn't win is like john exhibit my junior and senior your other face of texas football magazine side of the stadium anything got printed it was me yep And so you got cedric benson. And i think dear. Johnson v. y. Texas that knee risk new Jackson piloted him. So i mean to curate a comma program and that also taught me a lot about the waiting your decisions. You know like you can't just go out and do what you want when you walk in your college kids. We did what caused his. But at the same time you had to always be trying to keep that into consideration because initially helped me now in business like always that'd be thinking coastal always told us is by the name on the back of your jersey is important name on your jersey is really important but that brain on your helmet is what people recognize an atm in worldwide right branding plan with the packers. That's really focused on operating companies mitee properties and some other ventures than i'm doing they all have similar branding because i realized how ordinary is. Yeah absolutely. I wanna ask you a question because i used to ask this to every guest but now i save it for the guest that i know have put real thought into it just i can. I can tell You've probably read at some point. The seven habits of highly effective people. And there's that one is the one part in the book. Kimber chaptered is but covey. Says you know. Imagine that you're walking down the street and your music and you follow the music and it's coming from a church and you go into the church and you realized funeral and then you realize it your own funeral you know. And that's where he says to close the book and think about. What would you want said about you if that. Here's nothing if you haven't read vision. Hearing by andy stanley A highly encouraged. Especially with what you just said about understanding the value of vision. Because that's what the whole the whole book is It it's that idea and it's funny because when covey told me to do it i was like what andy stanley said. I didn't do it. I just kept reading. Eighty stanley said you know what i actually closed. Okay with andy stanley did. I'm gonna do it so what By the way the books about nehemiah going back in rebuilding you'll you'll you'd love it So what what. What is the legacy you want to leave behind for your children in for those who would just look and say you here. Terrence murphy was fill in the blank for me. My latest want to leave behind his.
"terrence" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast
"Big thing in prayer was got helped me dream again. I want a dream. Just like i did when i was a child. And so what i learned about me is the reason i was depressed. I was mourning the loss of my career in a physical injury that i went through the trauma but more than anything i was morning not having a passion dreaming again. I wasn't dreaming in so we're not piece. Those two things together only came. From christ and i always speak by in public. And i'm by saying it to sound important a better. I'm saying because i wouldn't be sitting here without him. So the passion in the goals in the dreaming is what helped me create national restarted team. Far less they brokerages startup company. We started development company. Now we have fifteen companies that were leaning running but yet we're i mean we're a couple months away from hitting a billion in sales in our team so we're just we're just blessed blessed so many ways you know God is it just does my heart so good because everything that you had executed on that. I mean you're speaking my language that means so much of what you have have covered. Now let's especially you've mentioned it a couple of times and this is something terrence that took me a long time to realize. Is that first of all patients enjoying the process. That's one of the things that i e. Oh we talked about goals. And now you've seen that that a goal is a guide post ripe most people as they set the goal and they think well if i look at my goal every day but okay going back to john wooden. John wooden very rarely talked about winning a game. He in fact Criminal bar said he never heard him say win. Or lose the entire time with perfecting the process and then the goal will take care of itself once you have that process in the patients to get it right and that took me a long time so to hear you say that. Just reiterates so much of what. I try to talk to my daughters about in other undergraduates or early entrepreneurs that don't make the mistakes i made because i wanted to rush through it to my ego entitlement. You name it. I had all sorts of reasons why i was supposed to be so successful at a certain age and It's really relishing. Those little winds understand those feedback loops it. That's the process to enjoy. Now here's another thing. I want to talk to you about because you know. I have a lot of people on here that have been successful entrepreneurs. That's kind of like. That's one of the things i seek out for guests and of said to many of them. You know a lot of people they they like the idea of being an entrepreneur but then whenever you really step out there you have to worry about. How your who's gonna pay for the paper the peons in the pencils and the tax the bookkeeping. It's a little bit different story. Always compare it to our once. Thought that it would be good idea for me to buy a harley davidson motorcycle so a buddy of mine borrowed one. We went up to the church parking lot in literally tear. It's i drove it. Like in circles laid it over and realized real quick. Okay i like the idea but the reality of it. No and i'd never been on one again so talk about kind of what the listeners out there that they wanna be north in. Here's the cool thing is just young people. It's that guy that's been at it for fifty five so it's been a vp for fifty. You know it's fifty five six years old and now. She wants to enter entrepreneurship..
"terrence" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast
"And i followed the second round most people. I mean second round. Football amazing top fifteen. I was pissed. And so when i had my injured rookie year i was already doing really will but guy replay it and astronaut transitioned into real estate. I took that same energy. A same mindset not rebuilt myself a lot of times people especially the state says you know people talk right now. I will come home. Where's the ad we haven't seen it. I to rebuild myself. Know when you don't get who gets awesome nick down every day right so it was like. Yeah i'm just now coming home with camps stop. Because i need to go get myself together and i went through depression. Obsolete the rehab. I still have the rehab my day. Fifteen years later so excited about entrepreneurship and taking all those trials and tribulations in life. There's so many more now she won't get today and i've just turned it into fuel to keep pursuing. Excellence in life. Let's let's this dig into that a little bit because you're right i mean when it's one thing to live hit you in all different sorts of ways when it hits you physically like a did you which is to in all of a sudden dream shattered against it started you know before the fourth grade running the hills before you know it was time to go to fill you you fulfil this in now this this physical injury that there's only so much you can do to overcome take us through the process of what that looked like parents of when you start that rebuilding. How did you get your head straight. How were you able to draw on that strength within and kind of what some of the tools and tactics that you you deployed dismay at first start on a daily basis. What did that look like when you decide. Okay i'm still terrence murphy. I still have a lot to offer. There's life after this and whatever it looks like i'm gonna be successful. What did that look like. Yeah i would just encourage everybody out there for one even if you don't have an injury just when you transition anytime you transition to something else you got to be willing number yourself. Go back to. The ball is no different than we're running a raise. You can have it through race if you say. Hey let's stop the startup up. You gotta go back to star in mind. So when i transitioned i was willing to myself in But in the work in start over Forty boats in sixteen months. And i'm not even a crazy reader. just took. That energy said pound. Disinformation in my head and i just carried that same pursued in the same discipline to become a pro athlete in learn. How to notre preneurs line of the real estate investor developer and so. That's the same mentality now. Occurs people to do other than say is yourself. Tom is not really happened overnight. In our trying to rush through my morning stages the thing is people. Come and go in when you depend on someone other than god in yourself. You're going to be let down. So when i first got injured to go.
"terrence" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast
"I'm i am an officer. Retired transition rousset ban. What a what. A great story there. So much to unpack their terrence. Let's start back with okay. First of all kudos to your mom and you know what man. It's it's it always seems to be the case. It's a good kid is the one that gets punished. And that's because the kid you know. The expectations are higher and I can kind of relate to that a little bit Tell me about where that. Okay your mom obviously laid a very strong foundation fauria but you know we've got a lot of kids out there that they've got parents that tell them all the right things to do they instill those The the good the work ethic and everything but tell me kind of at the earliest age you can remember and after the early say just a time where you really started to execute on what your mom planted the seed for but then it became up deterrence to actually execute on and be the the fortitude drive the kind of the stick to witness that made you jar. Because that's another thing too that i would like to the audience they should realize is that you don't get to go to am on especially In football and coming from a losing team with just want. There's a lot more there. there's a lot. There's a lot riding on the the the people that the guys get those scholarships so taught to me about where where you started to realize that this was going to make you. Successful is to always have that work ethic and an example that you can tell me that you said you overcame some stuff. I'd love to hear some of that. I'll tell you so. My mom was a hardworking. Single mom most most are live One of the things that i will say she was real hard me about work. But i.
"terrence" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast
"Com and sign up for the truyen letter. This is just my little weekly newsletter. Where i let you all the things that i am executing ought to try to improve always in ways. I think you'll find it very beneficial. Everything from nutrition. Mindfulness spiritual health. All these different things that. I'm experimenting with that. I want to bring to help you in your endeavour to improve. Check it out. I would be grateful. It's a quick one page once a week newsletter. I really think you'll enjoy so far. The feedback of the subscribers have been very very gracious so check it out and with that. Enjoy the show. Are i well all right. So terrence murphy. Before i ever hit record on this podcast my man you were already a texas tied but now it is a fish official. You're at texas tightened. So how you doing ma'am will i am so glad you're here and let me tell you something. Here's why get excited about having a guy like you on the podcast is because now those those who know you. They're gonna know that you were an incredible am football player. Then you went onto the nfl but then after that now. You're crushing it. In the world of entrepreneurship in business and so that's that's all i talk to are individuals who take third their work habits there at the work ethic in their successful immelt in. You know multifaceted of live. And you certainly done that. And so. I'm so excited to get into this conversation. And i i gotta give a shout out to our mutual friend. John landis for connecting us you know landis i have faith turns that one day he too will be a texas titan somewhere besides just in his own mind because i mean he's he's a very special guy so all right so with that man. Let's just get into it so tell me about your Where the story starts in chapel hill and take it as far back as you want what i really want to dig into. What did you know at an early age. You wanted to be a ballplayer re like most of us growing up in these texts. You play baseball ran track. You play football. You gravitate toward football kind of. How does the story begin. Began with You know. I have older brothers. I have a lot of man by go to name. I'm pretty sure somebody's gonna know maybe stakes is a lot of times Because especially my mom's side of the family. I'm i'm really the only one with last night murphy..
"terrence" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast
"Thrilled to bring you. Today's episode with terrence murphy former. Nfl football player former texas am football player and now texas titan. Real estate entrepreneur. This was one of the best conversations. I've had with one of the most accomplished humble growth mindset owning people. I've ever had the privilege of sitting down with this was just. It's everything i love to bring you. The texas titan audience terrence murphy is a class act. He has worked his tail off. There is no reason there was nothing in his in his background from childhood. That would have ever lead you to believe that he would end up being an incredibly incredibly successful entrepreneur and an athlete just and he talks about this that his the where he started. He kept doing things that either people told him. They told him that he couldn't do. They certainly didn't expect them to do. And i just. I really really loved this conversation. And i could not have more respect for this man After after truly hearing his heart learning story so anyway. Here's a little bit about parents. After a successful football career tech sanam terrence graduated class of two thousand five and was drafted by the green bay. Packers that same year in the nfl draft after retiring from the nfl. Real estate became his main focus passion. He became a serious investor in the texas real estate market and founded the brokerage t m five properties in two thousand ten terrence has personally completed two hundred fifty million plus in sales volume over the past ten years. His a visionary a serial entrepreneur at heart he has successfully started a number of ventures and companies over the years including the launch of the real estate entrepreneur. Podcast terrence possesses the same traits the as those that he portrayed on the field passion work ethic dedication loyalty desire to succeed and knowledge all of which help his clients receive superior service folks stick around and listen to every last second of this interview there is so much wisdom woven throughout this conversation imparted by terence that. I know you'll be glad that you tuned in today and so with that. Thank you so much for being here. Enjoyed the conversation. And i hope wherever you are whatever. You're doing that. You are living the absolute best version of yourself possible. And i'm so glad that what ever journey. You're on that this little piece of it is with me today. I'm grateful enjoy the show..
Jackson's jumper gives Clippers 100-98 win over Pistons
"Reggie Jackson sank a jumper with two point three seconds left against his former team giving the clippers their seventh straight victory one hundred ninety eight over the pistons they will be using our product when Russell's Russell measured them yeah but we'll move on to some strong words the clippers rallied from an eleven point deficit in the fourth quarter despite playing without Kawhi Leonard Paul George Serge Ibaka Patrick Beverley and Marcus Morris Jackson finished with twenty nine points and expressed in Lucan art had seventeen with ten rebounds the clippers trail by five in the final minute but Terrence Mann made it ninety eight ninety five with a dunk and Jackson connected from three point range to tie it with nineteen seconds left I'm Dave very
Magic rally in fourth, snap Clippers' six-game win streak
"The magic rallied late to beat the clippers one oh three to ninety six putting an end to LA's six game winning streak Orlando went on a seventeen to three run over the game's final two and a half minutes to pull out the victory just its third in sixteen games Wendell Carter junior who scored eleven points said this one was special doctors can still are going to use one of those teams in the Western Conference in Wisconsin a role to my Kiki scored a team high eighteen points Terrence Ross had fifteen LA was led by Kawhi Leonard with twenty eight the magic snaps a seven game road losing skid I am mark Myers
Leonard leads Clippers past 76ers in Rivers' first game back
"The clippers got twenty eight points from Cole I landed in a one twenty two to one twelve win over the seventy Sixers LA has now won five in a row while Philadelphia falls for just the second time in twelve games Paul George filled up the box score with twenty four points nine rebounds and nine assists and Terrence Mann scored a season high twenty three points Philly the team with the best record in the east was led by Tobias Harris with twenty nine points mark Myers Los Angeles
Ross scores season-high 30, Magic rally past Knicks 107-89
"The magic ended the next three game winning streak by rallying for a one oh seven eighty nine victory in Orlando Terrence Ross scored eighteen of his season high thirty points in the second half and help the magical on the twenty five eight run over the final nine minutes of the third quarter Nikola vucevic provided sixteen points and seventeen rebounds in his twenty eighth double double of the season every forty A. added nineteen points for the magic who were sixteen of thirty four from three point range the next shot just twenty five percent in the second half Julius Randle had twenty five points and seven rebounds for New York I'm Dave Ferrie
The Failed Shangri-La Plaza
"The star studded high production surrealistic musical sitcom shangri la plaza was originally produced as a pilot for b. nineteen ninety ninety one season but for one night only the network decided to air it as a summer fill in on july thirtieth nineteen ninety and that half hour made history. Well kind of in a really weird bad way. So we're gonna talk about the sitcom shangri la plaza. All of the weirdness that occurs around it to talk about cop rock. That was abc. Same year that this came out. It has a very cop rock field. But what is what are your reactions to this the intro. I could not tell you what it was about. If you pay me any amount of money it so abstract i guess and never mind the cheesiness. that's i expect that it's one thousand nine hundred ninety experimental. Things are a little bit weird. I was just saying that. Like i guess seinfeld came and say yeah television at that point but i could not tell. It seemed like a place. Where maybe there's food and abc live. I don't know what is highly. It's hard to tell it's it all began really with nineties. L. a. mall culture shangrila was inspired by that and it was filmed on location in north hollywood strip mall at the corner of vineland and burbank boulevard. In north hollywood california just went for it. This set a strip mall was built on top of an original strip mall which is where the problems really begin. This mall on mall design was the topic of a washington post story in nineteen ninety emmy award winning art director. Jeremy ray elton best known for his work on playhouse was responsible for the set sign. And that's not the only high-calibre name attached this very confused project. Broadway legend terrence man. Who played leads in. Layman's and cat stars as ira bondo machine mechanic who works with his brother. George jeff jaeger lanes musician love interest. John remain in seinfeld. Speaking of seinfeld at the mall's bodyshop. When amy molloy hardin yes jan on the office takes over her shitty husbands donut shop. I think after he dies. Both brothers are instantly. Smitten future smallville. Star nexium sex cult leader. Alice mac a very young l. Plays amy's precocious eight year old daughter in her only on screen acting role jazz. Great carmen lundy plays the donut shops. Only employees savion glover plays a wrapping teen commenting on. What's happening kind of greek chorus style. An oscar nominee. Chris sarandon plays the plazas landlord. It's for something where it's just a pilot of a throwaway like experimental pilot like pretty heavy hitting actors. The show itself was helmed by horror sci fi writer director nick castle. You may know him as the co writer of john. Carpenter's state from new york. And he played michael myers in the original halloween. The composers were craig sapphire or sedan known from his work. On cheers and mark mueller. Who wrote the theme song to duck tales and jennifer pages. Nine hundred ninety eight hit crush it just like there's a lot of talent involved in this project and it just gets lost along the way while working together on projects like the last starfighter tapped the trio discovered. They had a common passion. The three of us loved old musicals. Knicks dad was a choreographer who had done royal wedding and many other movies sephardim says and the opportunity to make a musical finally happened. When cassel's pal jeff sagansky became the head of cbs. He was looking for something new. Some fresh ideas for cbs program lineup castle savannah mueller who themselves the schmaltz kings were creating in la based rock opera and unique written and composed by credit on the pilot the or inspired like i said by the strip malls around the mall culture in the late eighties early nineties. Kind of creating something colorful and also their love of musicals. It's like a hat and a hat on a hat. The pitch to cbs was also pretty weird. The schmaltz kings cleared off sagansky desk and with the keyboard and two speakers. They perform songs from the show in character.
Quiet New Year gives breathing room after UK-EU Brexit split
"Christen rang in the new year with the seismic overnight shift in its relations with the European Union as any brexit trade deal took effects as Big Ben rang eleven times it signals an end to the European union's economic embrace of prison the final stage of brexit a steady trickle of trucks rolled off the reason chains on either side of the English Channel this is the front line of the new changes the busy good street between the southeast of England in northern France yeah and reach the head of your title company get link says the new deal has brought more red tape for customs officials now stand there's a truck coming here they have to show us that they have done for the custom the courage shown online before coming see which stocks and that still is not optimistic about the changes things to sell among many sauces this is Terrence Thomas London
No. 10 Kentucky rolls past Morehead State 81-45 in opener
"Number ten Kentucky won its season opener is Brandon Boston juniors fifteen points and seven rebounds led the Wildcats to an eighty one forty five topping a Morehead St Boston was seven of fourteen from the field for the Wildcats who shot fifty six percent and out rebounded the eagles thirty seven twenty five Devin Eskew and Terrence Clark each made five of nine attempts and finished with twelve points apiece Kentucky's roster overhaul includes ten new players featuring seven highly regarded freshman the new faces didn't prevent the Wildcats from recording eighteen assists on thirty three baskets I'm Dave Ferrie
Pirates of the Carolinas
"Let's start with some wild tales of historical characters from the coasts of North and south. Carolina. Terrence Zip key is brought to life thirteen notorious pirates in her book pirates of the Carolinas. She relates stories of ships weighted down with gold crews too drunk on rum to fight treacherous colonial officials, mutineers, privateers, and the sad end of the line for the pirates who got caught. White Barents thanks for joining us. Hi, thanks for having me. Give us some background on this. What was the golden age of piracy in the United States? Well, we really don't know how long piracy's been around It's been around at least twenty, five, hundred years they are, and there was an era during its hey day that was known as the golden age piracy, and that was the light seventeenth century to early eighteenth centuries and The United States it'd be colonial America. It was colonial. America. When they came over here and Interesting Carolina had a lot of the officials had partnerships with the pirates. We were sort of commerce poor place back then. So we actually welcomed pirates like blackbeard until they had the big crack down on piracy and that was the end of that. So is it kind of the fine line between a privateer and pirate? What's the difference? It was such a fine line rick and basically a little piece of paper because a lot of the pirates started out they were privateers. And they were involved in Queen Anne's war wars all over Europe and everything, and they were commissioned to attack enemy ships in order to get money to get booty to help fund the war and they split the money with the crown. So yes. So the the king or the governor would say you are licensed to attack ships as long as they're not our ships and you p half the booty, but you gotta give the rest to us. So we can fight war whatever right and so then imagine when the war is over and your navy is no longer needed. All these men I've ever known. There's no employment. You know it was a fine line anyway between privateer and pirate. So a lot of them just became officially pirates and they got to keep everything. Nice business model. So, now, what was the basic action? It was mostly ships going from Europe to the Americas or where did they get their best opportunities at that time? That was all these merchant ships that were doing these trade routes and so you could just sort of sit out there. It was just like fishing and just block them off. They weren't very well armed or anything they were slow because they were big heavy. Ships with a lot of merchandise onboard now also, and it really didn't matter. This is one of those falsehoods that people realize people thought pirates just want gold and pieces of eight. But the truth is that they wanted what they could sell when they got these merchant ships and they had all these realms of fine linens and silks and tobacco and rum, and all this was this was pay dirt so they would. Get this stuff, and then they would go to the next port and just like you see when you travel a lot people stealing stuff off of ships and setting up a little stand and selling a cheap absolutely, and that's what they did like a lot more in partnership with the authorities here and so when they came into port and all that they would look the other way and then they would get A. Cut for looking the other way and the merchants would get discounted goods. The pilots would get money I mean everybody was happy sounds like a win win win lose situation I'm rick this is travel with Rick Steves speaking with Zip in her books called pirates of the Carolinas. We always think pirates of the Caribbean and your book is pirates of the Carolinas. Why was there so much pirate action and the Carolina? coast. Well at that time, these were pretty poor state. So we needed to get commerce wherever we could. So pirates were good for business. So we saw there were a safe haven for pirate in fact, blackbeard who was one of the probably the biggest chapter discussed in this book, he actually set up shop actually made a home and actually came part of the community and all up and north. Carolina. No,
Pirates Of The Carolinas
"When I asked a couple of my friends from Ireland to join us on the show to talk about their country's legends of fairies and benches and things that go bump in the night. They were a little reluctant at first I thought it was because they didn't want to appear superstitious or maybe out of date. And that's what they wanted me to believe. But I wonder if they weren't just a little afraid. Coming up today on travel with Rick Steves we hear how the Irish comedy tells they grew up with very folk lurking in their surroundings in their testing their luck right now by making an exception to talk openly about it with us. We'll also explore San Francisco's legends of Ghost sightings from Al Capone on Alcatraz to a grieving mother who still wonders Golden Gate Park? Let's start with some wild tales of historical characters from the coasts of North and south. Carolina. Terrence Zip key is brought to life thirteen notorious pirates in her book pirates of the Carolinas. She relates stories of ships weighted down with gold crews too drunk on rum to fight treacherous colonial officials, mutineers, privateers, and the sad end of the line for the pirates who got caught. White Barents thanks for joining us. Hi, thanks for having me. Give us some background on this. What was the golden age of piracy in the United States? Well, we really don't know how long piracy's been around It's been around at least twenty, five, hundred years they are, and there was an era during its hey day that was known as the golden age piracy, and that was the light seventeenth century to early eighteenth centuries and The United States it'd be colonial America. It was colonial. America. When they came over here and Interesting Carolina had a lot of the officials had partnerships with the pirates. We were sort of commerce poor place back then. So we actually welcomed pirates like blackbeard until they had the big crack down on piracy and that was the end of that. So is it kind of the fine line between a privateer and pirate? What's the difference? It was such a fine line rick and basically a little piece of paper because a lot of the pirates started out they were privateers. And they were involved in Queen Anne's war wars all over Europe and everything, and they were commissioned to attack enemy ships in order to get money to get booty to help fund the war and they split the money with the crown. So yes. So the the king or the governor would say you are licensed to attack ships as long as they're not our ships and you p half the booty, but you gotta give the rest to us. So we can fight war whatever right and so then imagine when the war is over and your navy is no longer needed. All these men I've ever known. There's no employment. You know it was a fine line anyway between privateer and pirate. So a lot of them just became officially pirates and they got to keep everything. Nice business model. So, now, what was the basic action? It was mostly ships going from Europe to the Americas or where did they get their best opportunities at that time? That was all these merchant ships that were doing these trade routes and so you could just sort of sit out there. It was just like fishing and just block them off. They weren't very well armed or anything they were slow because they were big heavy. Ships with a lot of merchandise onboard now also, and it really didn't matter. This is one of those falsehoods that people realize people thought pirates just want gold and pieces of eight. But the truth is that they wanted what they could sell when they got these merchant ships and they had all these realms of fine linens and silks and tobacco and rum, and all this was this was pay dirt so they would. Get this stuff, and then they would go to the next port and just like you see when you travel a lot people stealing stuff off of ships and setting up a little stand and selling a cheap absolutely, and that's what they did like a lot more in partnership with the authorities here and so when they came into port and all that they would look the other way and then they would get A. Cut for looking the other way and the merchants would get discounted goods. The pilots would get money I mean everybody was happy sounds like a win win win lose situation I'm rick this is travel with Rick Steves speaking with Zip in her books called pirates of the Carolinas. We always think pirates of the Caribbean and your book is pirates of the Carolinas. Why was there so much pirate action and the Carolina? coast. Well at that time, these were pretty poor state. So we needed to get commerce wherever we could. So pirates were good for business. So we saw there were a safe haven for pirate in fact, blackbeard who was one of the probably the biggest chapter discussed in this book, he actually set up shop actually made a home and actually came part of the community and all up and north. Carolina.
"terrence" Discussed on The Alchemical Mind
"terrence" Discussed on The Alchemical Mind
"And Talismanic matchy and Sympathetic magic all of these things flourished really. Not As A. Throwback. But as a kind of prelude to modern science, modern science is an incredibly demonic enterprise and we will see as we discuss this stuff that in an curious and little rarely discussed way be program the agenda of of match it cold dissidence in Europe have been entirely achieve by the forces of what we call modernity. It's simply that it has been done in an entirely secular metaphor I mean, if you take even the the trivial belief about al Qaeda's that they were concerned with changing lead into goal. Of course that isn't what it was about but there were plenty of con-artists running around on the periphery of these deeper scenes who were claiming they could change led into go. Well, in the twentieth century, we routinely change led to go you do it with Neutron Bomb Bartman in particle accelerators, and of course, it costs far more to do it than the worth of the goals that you get out. But that really wasn't point was it was to prove that it could be done. The dreams of creating the among cumulus. Our. Dreams. That dove tailed directly into the aspirations of monitoring biology genetics. So forth and so on. The. The great chain of being of Aristotle is animated given a dimension of motion and low and behold becomes the Darwin Wallace theory of evolution. The MARSILI talks about this about how all the chemical dreams of the fifteenth and sixteenth. Century I've been brought to fruition in the twentieth century but again in the absence of magical rhetoric. But certainly, in the spirit of match ICAL and Faustian recklessness for sure I mean this is scientists you know they claim such devotion to truth. The decency must stand in the way because they serve a higher God. Then human values, they serve the goal lamb of the truth in some weird way that makes the truth. Okay. Even if it kills you. I studied philosophy from Paul fire album, and he used to say at the beginning of visit histopathology one on one course. I will teach you recognize the truth and I will teach you to ask the question. What's so great about it. So now you've got the truth. So what's so great about it? it was fourteen sixty when these manuscripts were brought to Florence. Those of you with photographic memories can see the timely signage sure as it turns over enhance through the floor and. The COSIMO Domenici immediately ordered Pacino to abandon his work on plaza on Plato and. And the Pine Mandour which was one of these. Books, which had been it was the only one which existed in Europe. Even, in partial form during the Dark Ages. Et cosimo died in in fourteen, sixty four, but the translation project to went forward and Just. So you understand that the tree, the developmental process in western magic goes basically all goes back to this Florentine translation project, and from there people who were well-placed got a hold of this stuff the most important person probably being. A person. Certainly an unsung hero in the development of Western thought truth feminists bishop of spun. High. And family us wrote a book. He was really a manuscript. It was never printed as a book in his lifetime, but later called the standard graphics. And in it, he could fourth many of these magical doctrines and also encryption methods for code making and breaking so that this stuff could be circulated done through the eyes of the clergy without. Causing a problem And then the the development of western matching splits into two strains the Bruno, strain. Giordano Bruno I understand he's running for president of the United States this year. Giordano Bruno and his school he was a Franciscan monk who ended up being burned at the stake, his sin for which he was burned at the stake was he was sitting on a rooftop of one of these Italian city states one evening presumably smoking some pretty decent booth they brought in from North Africa and He was looking at the stars and he occurred to him. These things are son. These little points of light are like the son Jesus Christ and in a single moment the. became infant. Said if these are son and he just you know his mind was Bongo literally I mean. Can you imagine inside the Medieval worldview where they have these concentric shells of angels and demons in the fall this suddenly this guy gets it in a single moment and he sees that the universe is in. And he begins to say so. And this is against Sarah Stoffel and the church just goes nuts and they drive him out of Italy and he has a whole bunch of adventures in England places eventually makes the mistake of coming back to a place in northern. Italy where he's betrayed by his patron and he is He's burned at the stake for a point of view which all of us take quite for granted. The other strain of magic coming down from trick them miss is the D. strain and it is a bit more accessible to people like ourselves because John was an Englishman and he wrote in English and so you don't have to conquer a sixteenth century Italian or or late Latin in order to read him although he wrote a lot in Latin as well. D is a very interesting character worth spending some time on because d is the last person to be able to unify into one world view science and mathematics and magic and strategy all together. So he is the greatest magician of his age and the greatest scientist of his age. He designed the navigation instruments that Sir Francis Drake used to go around to the. The Cape Horn and.
"terrence" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Younger brother Terrence thank god we also love to my brother it was a day of remembrance cry for further action New York City is reporting no new coronavirus deaths for the first time since mid March but the virus is still out there and CDC had Dr Robert Redfield is concerned that it could sweep through people of attended demonstrations across the country we really want those individuals is highly considered being evaluated get tested a judge in Georgia has ruled in the case of three white men charged with killing black jock jogger Ahmad armory that there is probable cause to send it to trial a special agent for the Georgia bureau of investigation testified that one of the defendants used a racial slur after the killing of all mod or bury in February Richard dial laid out the case against father and son Greg and Travis McMichael and William Roddy Brian Mr Bryan said that after the shooting took place before police arrival well Mr already was on the ground that he heard Travis Michael make a statement federal hate crime charges could be filed in the case Laura Podesta CBS news stocks are mixed on Wall Street today the Dow was up twelve points while nasdaq fell sixty seven this is CBS news CBS news radio is your home for breaking news with our team of reporters around the country and the world we give you the coverage you can trust now from the Cairo radio news center my northwest dot com an unarmed black man was killed by police maybe a suffocation that is local attorney James Bible now he isn't talking about George Floyd he's talking about man well Ellis who died of suffocation while in Tacoma police custody March third no Bible the Ellis family attorney told car radios universal show he is concerned that the Pierce county sheriff's office has been tapped to investigate if they work too closely together there to link there in this essentially the same jurisdiction and I think that all they're trying to create is some sort of illusion that they did something without sharing information with the public the medical examiner says drugs and a heart condition also contributed Alice's death protesters calling for police reform once again outside Seattle's Capitol Hill police precinct car radios Nicole Jennings is there definitely a large crowd gathered here at eleventh and pine just outside of the Seattle police department you really think that's false and find our data cloud number at least a couple of thousand and it's it's growing by the minute large groups of people are walking from every direction join Burke music playing people are drowning people are chanting definitely is a very feeling of being alive in the air people are here they're you know they're rallying for black lives and they want their voice to be heard as Washington county's move toward re opening new cases of coronavirus continue to climb car radios Hannah Scott has the latest numbers three hundred new cases of corona virus have been reported in the state as of yesterday bringing the total number up to just under twenty two thousand five hundred however deaths have slowed to the single digits for several days with at least one day with zero deaths in the state from corona virus eleven hundred thirty five people in Washington state have now died from covert nineteen several counties including Pierce and Snohomish avast moving to phase two of the governor's plan that lists coronavirus restrictions that would allow more indoor shopping and restaurant dining hair salons and barbershops could re open to some good news sound transit says it is running out of money because of the pandemic board chair can't keel I'm just encouraging us to keep our eyes focused on the prize on certain times but if you keep rifles and presently we can deliver what citizens and voters she found tragic specs to lose seven to twelve billion dollars over the next twenty years and my need to go back to voters to ask for more money to finish what they've started.
"terrence" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"We will be repetition in every case of police brutality the same thing as what happened yup yup just ended there don't move don't move good is not this stuff is always stuff so they won't have to destroy our stop there was another one of them is another word yeah right that's the way think about Terrence Boyd brother of George Floyd in the midst of file what ended up becoming a more peaceful demonstration yesterday in Minneapolis talking about voting something that we've been discussing over the past couple of weeks extensively and that is often the elections that have been closest to us and have the biggest impact on our daily life in the case of what Terence is saying isn't that true in Minneapolis something we need to be mindful of right here at home in South Florida and hopefully higher engagement as I brought you recently we average in South Florida ever the past decade about seventy four percent turnout for presidential elections but if it's a municipal only election only around twelve percent we need to do better there's elections most certainly do matter L. I have to queue in a is for you today what I was able to get to yesterday during the course of our very busy broadcast and I wanted to was still bring it to you about the George avoid fall out in protest and violence that found their way to Florida especially South Florida and the everyday I do feature a lesser questions submitted by one of these methods you may email me pry my did I hurt media dot com tweet me upright but ready originally prime not on Facebook and this entry was this notes Brian you hit the nail on the head when you said the Minneapolis mayor's non response to the mobs set the stage for violence across the country my question is why it's allowed to happen who couldn't see this coming across the country after the looters got away with what they got away with it's as sad as it is outrageous to see violence breaking out in cities across the country and it's frightening when it's happening right here in South Florida I hear you and I think you're right to wonder me worried because I am no first let's talk about the view the possible and the good news is that most of us would harm others given the opportunity and this includes carrying out violence vandalism robbing businesses the problem is as we've seen over the past week it doesn't take many in a group to create a significant amount of damage and destruction to communities and I understand how many in society might be willing to engage in bad behavior if they perceive an opportunity all use data for the most comprehensive study conducted in the United States on felony behavior the study was the growth scope and spatial distribution of people with felony records in the United States it covers sixty two years basically the adult lives of generations of people have found this three percent of all adults commit felonies three percent now it's based on official incarceration records in successful felony convictions so it's possible probably likely that the actual number a little bit higher but it's instructive regardless so if you factor in that at any given time around three percent the population has it in them to commit atrocities if they see the the window of that opportunity then you know the lack of an effective response to Minneapolis absolutely showed the view the possible too many of these would be bad actors and then the country of three hundred twenty million people you have nearly ten million at that point who have or will commit felonies among us it's a big number and Florida that's six hundred and sixty thousand people and the question is will local officials do what's right and what's needed to protect this war will they allow the criminal element to seize control and to do what they did with looting and destroying businesses I mean it we we saw actually the worst example of it in our state not here but actually in Tampa over the weekend are the champs sports I was burned to the ground and numerous buildings destroyed and fact it got so bad in Tampa Saturday night you had an apartment complex burned down so you know in Miami we saw more strong response soon as the criminal activity began dozens of arrests were made and we did see that a solid majority of them were from outside this area now I've got more on that coming up next hour but all this does come back to local leadership and there is a ideological Benda my factor into this as well sixty four of the one horned hundred largest cities do you have Democrats as mayors and maybe policies that go along with that type of political background and that you know we've bucked that trend to a certain degree both Jacksonville and Miami have Republican mayors that's again somewhat unusual for larger cities an easy one we take a look at crime you know it comes up as an election topic all the time trying but we rarely are these types of situations considered one talk crime we're not thinking about riots generally but it is certain times of maximum adversity like during the run a virus in anti police demonstrations that I I think you get to see what your local government is really made up we've seen a lot of that what a teachable moments during the pandemic during what's happened with these demonstrations and also the handling of violence as it's broke out now thankfully we have seen that for the past day things have calmed down considerably in South Florida and it has become peaceful once again and I'd like to thank everybody in law enforcement who's had a hand in making that happen I can't imagine how difficult it's been for you now I joining us from NBC news radio is Nicole Wilson she has been in Minneapolis covering the past few days and Nicole thank you so much for taking the time with us no worries I appreciate being here it looks like it had been Hey I'm much calmer evening there and take a much better circumstance in Minneapolis over the past day absolutely we're waking up to a a sense of more call this morning then we have and and some of the days prior to today we've seen a gradual change over the last several days each day seems to get better as it relates to looting and destruction in the community they call a powerful moment yesterday and the might end up being the single moment of something constructive that comes out of this tragedy that of Terrence Boyd the brother of George who called on peace and to use your voice into a boat I'm not to to cause the destruction talk a little bit about that moment in hell that reverberated through the community I think it always sends a message and it's always a strong message when the family members of the victim say Hey we have the right to be angry est of them all and we are not engaging in this type of activity so what gives you the authority and so saying things like that and telling them to stop and pleading with them not to let that be the legacy of their loved ones really really makes a difference and it's still in the community I think that coupled with some of the actions that we've seen across the city have certainly contributed to the slowdown and looting and other destructive behaviors that we're seeing thank all speaking of those behaviors one of the things that came to mind here you have so many businesses that have been struggling because of the pandemic to begin with and then you have other businesses I'm too including the target stores that are providing goods to the community during a time of need how much concern is there in the community about an access to needed supplies in an already difficult economic situation I think many people including some of the ones who mainly some of the ones who live in this area that has been destroyed are genuinely concerned about people who come into the community that is already impacted by the trauma caused by the police in this situation and now they have further trauma because they lose some of their resources as you mentioned I did happen to speak with the target representatives and they say listen we're committed to this community and we're going to do everything we can to have that store opened again by the end of the year so even the people the businesses recognize the impact that they have in those communities speaking with Nicole Wilson from NBC news radio national correspondent covering the situation in Minneapolis big development later in the afternoon yesterday when the family's independent all top three results showed a slightly different outcome than what the state autopsy officially produced and it looks like we could have a potentially a an investigation into the state's work what's the latest there you know it's it's part of the the thing that I keep hearing over and over and over in this community they do not trust the government and so last week when the county coroner came out despite what people thought on that video instead Hey there's no evidence that this person that George Lloyd was at sixty eight eight he actually died because of underlying medical conditions that people enough for any further made them believe that they have no trust in the people who are in these positions and so as we know the flake family hired their own expert to conduct the second Oct tapped the that autopsy came back and said actually there are no medical conditions that contributed to his death he died of the creation because of the neck and back compression that stop the blood from flowing to his brain and the reason why I ask could end up being so significant is towards intense so you have the officer responsible it's been charge of third degree murder and manslaughter but the change in all talks result could end up leading to second some believe perhaps even a first degree murder charge I Nicole we take a look at the other officers many wondering what's going to happen with these other three anything at this point we don't have any official confirmation I do have the chief of police who came out to the site of the memorial site the other day and it's not very typical for a law enforcement agent agent particularly someone at his level to speak about potential charges or even give any indication of such well this particular day he said he believes the other three officers are listed in the crime we can call the crime now because it has been deemed a homicide the chief of police to stay these officers are complicit and should be held to the same degree of accountability is is is an indication to me that they are at least pursuing an opportunity to bring some charges against them as well it seem as though that's going to be an important piece of this puzzle for people to believe that there is any kind of justice in this and handling this investigation Nicole thank you so much I really terrific up there we do appreciate it thank you have a good day for you as well all right we'll be right back that'll your top trending stories here in the bright light show newsradio six ten WD good morning five ninety five he's been a knob hill road crash blocking the right lane delays.
"terrence" Discussed on The Archive Project
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"terrence" Discussed on The Archive Project
"Sometimes. Not Very well. As a playwright one year I had an apartment that go through to get to the boiler room of the building and my mother and father were staying there and I was out the door open to the man gave me and they both screamed and were pretty upset until I'm just a super the boilers not working. But I said I don't have a job you know. I've got enough money that I don't have to do anything else because my might I think if you want to be in the arts it's wonderful you can support yourself doing it no matter how poorly but I think we write better plays in composed better symphonies. If we've got our energies saved for that not come home after eight hours of doing something else because I found it very hard when I had jobs when I first got out of college to Savon stay home to run tonight right another two or three hours but a career in the arts I think there is certain mental lock involved to the right time at the right place. I I play I wrote. That had any success was called next and I wrote it for an actor. I thought it was just amazing. His name was James Coco. Hope some of you remember him. He died way too young and he said Oh. It's wonderful but you know who knows go. Do this play with me if shedding when they get zero mastel the and He was off doing a summer. Stock Theater and producer came running in said all. It's terrible news next place been canceled. And we don't have a show and Jimmy said friend.
"terrence" Discussed on The Archive Project
"A living. You know mess it up and we lose you by. I think we've got if we can get you those first five minutes but I don't know how many thousands of plays I've probably seen at this point in my life and I always have that feeling when it begins. This is going to be good. This is the time that the magic is going to happen. And of course it doesn't but I'm a when it does and you're there it it thrilling. You know I have one thing I was going to read. I'm so used to standing in the back of the veteran. Having some of the best actors of our time speaking my lines always seems weird when I read something of my own and I thought I'd like to read is a little bit of master class and zoo. Caldwell is a number of those reasons you know. Maybe you're in the first time I ever went to abroad. I was a student at Columbia and I save my money for two years to go somewhere trip. We Want Air Iceland in New York to Boston Boston to Iceland or something eventually got to London. You know one hundred dollars later a two days later but we got there. And everyone's are you going go to Stratford. This wonderful new actress that Tyrone Guthrie has discovered in Australia in these mounted this incredible production of all's.
"terrence" Discussed on The Archive Project
"Their point of view before the curtain goes up. I I would be much happier. If one person who thought they despise to work like Corpus Christi saw maybe a little more thoughtful in their response about whether a gay man or woman can be included in the story of mankind or they have to remain isolated piece for public television call? Andreas mother which is probably the most satisfying response. I've ever had to anything I've written and I talk a lot parentheses show. You'll get used to me. Sure it's nice to get a good review from the New York Times. Sure it's nice to see a line trying to buy tickets for your play and sold out. But Andre's mother was on TV a Richard Thomas and Sadie Thompson. Sylvia Sidney were the stars of it. I didn't have the usual experience I do as a play right which is standing in the back there and you're with the audience and they're either enjoying the play with their not enjoying the play with them in the same room this was this was filmed the very last scene. I remember it was. I think the coldest day on record in New York City and he's a very moving scene. And I remember that you Thomas Standing in boxes with electric heaters and they were filmed from here up and they were miserable. But you would never know that. But it was all done embiid strips and drabs film and never see it until the night it's broadcast said no way of knowing how this piece was affecting people and then. Pbs started forwarding. Me Letters and they would. Every of them was signed bills mother John's mother. Ted's mother it didn't even these women. These mothers did not put their own last names but had respond this piece because the under smother he's about apparent rejects.
"terrence" Discussed on Undisclosed
"Shirt terrence stocks meanwhile remembered ronnie long arriving at the party with doors nesbitt sometime after eleven stocks testified that there was nothing unusual but ronnie's face in that he didn't see any cuts or scratches or bruises and here's what he told colin when he talked to recently do you remember ronnie coming to that party and this girl by the name of dar's nets they came in to the apartment after ten i'm so because the news was something was on during that time so it was later it was later that that sunday night and you remember when ronnie arrive at the party whether there seem to be anything out of the ordinary within not just like i say we invited people over most of the time a couple of thing and there but came in with a young rating finally doors ness but testified that at about two thirty a m ronnie and she left the party and went back to her house and had sexual relations she made no mention of ronnie having any cuts bruises or anything like that run along didn't testify at the trial but he related the same time events to colin over the phone the audio quality isn't great but his first of the story was clear class meeting a riding home talking with spears and a son on the phone his father coming home with a car driving over to barbara scotia picking up doors nesbitt heading to the party and then going home with but.
"terrence" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"Mm terrance was you're in your name is terrence kevin sorry i got lost new stories fabulous i think it's care kevin i think none of us our perfect i think we started the happy pair in greystone's a small community cite the dublin birth was fifteen thousand people no extra vegetarians and what we really need was community force and we were gone at eliminating servings of veggies harian cafe and we were to stinking hippies the most people were suspicious we were set on drugs at the bike so for for i guess we saw dairy as a as an entry point two people eating more vegetables and for many people who've come in and go online to this second vegetarian you know this type of thing but then they see a cheesy thinking they go that looks nice start with that before the military dallery brand rice and they're starts become a little healthier so i think even for it was last last month we such a meeting even dara who could work can we started the company and we kind of you know it's very much in our heart and we've been eaten up a vegan diet for sixteen years in the owner youtube videos earner latest cookbooks exclusively vegan number i guess were much more that way it was like is it time to turn it vegan and then tab was very adamant well you got to be an entry point you're trying to make healthy food more accessible to everyone and vegan makes it a niche and many people are turns it into exclusive so we tried to not even branded as vegetarians just healthy food and if people are vegan great if they're not you enjoy your stake tried a bit more vet against.