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Proud Boys Leader Charged for Burning Banner When BLM Rioters Burned Blocks

Mark Levin

01:33 min | 2 weeks ago

Proud Boys Leader Charged for Burning Banner When BLM Rioters Burned Blocks

"From AOL. The leader of the far right Proud Boys pleaded guilty money to burning a black lives matter. Banner. Taken from a historic black church during a demonstration in December. In league Theriot 37 in Miami. I understand He's a Cuban Americano, Mr Producer. Hardly white. I allowed to say that I think I will. It was arrested on January three in Washington on a warrant stemming from a December 12 incident. The proud boys and other groups marched in a raucous pro trump rally through downtown Washington. The banner was stolen from the Asbury United Methodist Church, one of the oldest black churches in the area. On top of the destruction of property charge. He also pleaded guilty to attempting to possess a high capacity gun magazine which is illegal in the city. Alright, let's stop. He burned a black lives matter. Flag, Mr Producer. Have you ever heard of anybody being charged with burning a flag? Private property or no private property. Did we see entire blocks burned during the riots of this past summer? People had their hats pulled off their heads. People have their cars damaged people, all kinds of stuff. Does it not strike anybody as weird? And beyond weird. That this guy is charged with burning a black lives matter. Banner.

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"theriot" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:54 min | 7 months ago

"theriot" Discussed on AP News

"Just six bucks let me time only priceless participation be very single item regular price, which is banned the leader of the far right group that proud boys from being in the nation's capital After a weapons and vandalism arrest on Monday, Proud Boys leader and wreak a Terrio appeared before a judge after his arrest near the U. S. Capitol Terrio Posted online. The extremist group would turn out in record numbers going incognito to protest Wednesday's congressional certification of Joe Biden's victory, but he was arrested by local police were having previously allegedly vandalized a black lives matter Banner in December and then was found to be in possession of high capacity firearm magazines, which Terrio reportedly admitted to selling. The judge says Theriot can on Lee come into Washington, D. C to meet with his attorney or appear in court. Jackie Quinn, Washington No police charged in Kenosha shooting on Tim McGuire with an AP news Minute Kenosha County, Wisconsin. District attorney Michael Gravely says he will not charge police officer Rustin Chesky in the shooting of Jacob Blake, a black man who is now paralyzed, gravely, telling reporters prosecutors would not be able to disprove claims of self defense, especially since Blake admitted to being armed Jacob Lake in all of the times. He spoke to D. C I Admits he possessed tonight. Even tells us a different times. You had the knife in different hands at different times. Blake family lawyer be Ivory, Lamar tells W. I s said he disagrees with that decision. I think that's completely bogus. And I think that Is just a rationalization to try to show what is really, essentially an intentional act of shooting led today's of sometimes violent protests in which two men were killed, another wounded by at then 17 year old from neighboring Illinois. Now, 18 year old Kyle Rittenhouse pleaded not guilty to all charges. Today. I'm to McGuire AP News I'm to McGuire prosecutors.

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"White Sox bring back Tony LaRussa" with Ryan Theriot - Episode 034 - burst 2

The Sportscaster and Her Son

01:21 min | 9 months ago

"White Sox bring back Tony LaRussa" with Ryan Theriot - Episode 034 - burst 2

"You know so. I don't see now if you could get chris carpenter to manage to coach and that'd be a great get car has some really interesting traits. We saw what he did on the field. You know i'm saying. Saudi did eleven in the world series. Great career prior to that but just a leader in every sense of the word players gravitated toward him when he spoke people listening. You know he's kinda got that commanding personality. You mentioned the game changing and get a little bit younger and and a little bit more. Flashy you know it. It's tony gonna have the ability to change. You know if you bring in. Chris rock and they're going to have the ability to change. Because it's not what it was five ten fifteen twenty years ago you know as far as the players expressing themselves differently and and the unwritten rules are starting erase as we've all seen so i think there's gonna be some give and take on both sides. Motorist this marriage to work. But i do think it's environmental higher anytime you can bring on and tony larussa. I think i think he gotta do. Y'all honestly i'm still just before and a few interviews talking about this. He's the greatest baseball mind. I've ever been around and i mentioned some pretty good ones and it's taking nothing away from the guys. I played for because they're all phenomenal managers but he just was excellent in a lot a lot of areas. That's really interesting.

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"theriot" Discussed on The Sportscaster and Her Son

The Sportscaster and Her Son

07:53 min | 9 months ago

"theriot" Discussed on The Sportscaster and Her Son

"The baby. Boomer i'm jason crane refreshing. Ut austin generation nine editor joke ruin and you're you're doing okay. Jason you sound a little under the weather how you feeling really thick now. I'm going to be completely i. I have felt the second awhile Fingers crossed it's not co- bit i'm gonna go get tested once for this and You know hopefully all's well some coming home and a half weeks so i guess if there's one silver lining of this that and getting sick before i come home so then i'll be able to get the full home experience on back all but Kinda sucks right now especially with the great weather last football game. This weekend it's really inconvenient time dissect but i was at the focus on my health above have times. Okay buddy. I feel bad for you all right. Let's let's talk about this episode. Your white sox hired tony larussa. After firing manager of the year candidate. Ricky run to who took the outsiders to the postseason for the first time in twelve years. They hire a septuagenarian hall of fame. Coach tony larussa. Clearly jerry reinsdorf decision. Everyone knows the story that he never got over the fact that he let hawk harrelson fire. Larussa thirty four years ago. When hawk was the general manager and now late in life. He's making amends. Jason mo- sox fans hate this. Move if you were to believe talkradio here in chicago. How do you feel This so this is one of the things. Obviously i q things about the white sox before they get out. Here was the things that might happen. People were talking about the field. Talk about and when i heard the first time in my twitter like there's no way how they're going to do this because the back was against the organizational direction of the young team with players that are under control for the next five sixty. You would like a manager was used to working with that. Aj hinch and and manager who is able to cater to a young clubhouse a clubhouse that obviously has a lot of fun. let's celebrations in the handshake. I mean clubhouses very diverse of one of the most diverse clubhouses in baseball. And they hire seventy six year old manager who has left baseball before defensive shares manager challenging and statcast than in the game. So it's gonna be really interesting honestly. I've been telling all my friends and everybody i've talked to. They win the world series next year. The move will always because for me. Because all i ever wanted is to see what sock world series but if we are two years on the line and the white sox of not wanting wealth two years at the very least made it to the world. Series is one of the worst in sports history. The white sox had the opportunity to the top five managers in sport and age agent. Alex cora and then an interview either of them which is an absolute disaster in its own right but rousseau there's no doubting that he's the greatest man history of the sport that i believe the game has tapped them up. I don't know he's going to be able to adjust to the game. Like i said he was not thankful the last time when the manager challenges in fact he. He's been retired for three years before the manager challenged within the play. Or you're going to be and feel the series he's going to be able to just three better minimum our guys giulino or dallas parkway going to be left in the game for too long i. I'm really concerned. I'm intrigued and i'm really hoping that. End up being the best move. But i can't help selfish on jerry reinsdorf part but you know what's crazy though is that he's supposed to be the anti analytics higher. Get when tony. Larussa came into the game as a manager. He was considered the nouveau manager. Because he was a lawyer he had a law degree and he was outsmarting everybody else and people thought. Oh gosh this is new school baseball. It's never going to work so if he was able to change it back then. What's not to say that he can't adapt now. He's a smart guy. Well he's the only time. Baseball fact white sox test stuff in to stanford grads and as ancient sam fold so clearly. There are other smart guys out there. I suppose the cards of the ability to it for a second time to a changing game at the age of seventy six is something that i really really worry about i again. It goes back to shifting. Goes back to do. Pick changes pinch hitting tampa bay. Rays came to game short of winning a world series. And they did that through. Platooning airings teams for the most part using openers have their playoff games and fifty percent playing the match. Yes it ended up coming back to bite you having cash in the the cold lake now and in the fifth or sixth innings saying. But that's just a small small sample size especially for ran. The table was topsy. The american league made it all the way to the world series and put up a fight against an incredibly good dodgers san so again you need to have analytics baseball. And what. I've been telling people what are the most the higher rehires around him. It's not going to be as much about hamilton about the bench coach in the pitching coach. Now i just hope that they can make the right decision with those two because truth be told. The bench coach is likely going to be the max manager and if they get somebody good like joe's fodder from the astros or a heard dickers- he's named thrown out there a million and a half times Even to sign yada your bellina the backup catcher. The theory wonder yati couldn't breathe it into being a future manager because of his leadership and game calling skill so it's gonna be more about. Who hires around him. Obviously the micro. The microscope will be very much under this year. it makes me laugh a little bit to the white sox had has this in their hands. Ej answer could have fired him world series winning manager when the no successful managers. Recent memory say what you will about cheating. But i think that a lot of people would rather have a proven cheater than seventy six year old at this house while you're gonna see lot of them now that he's in the division and that could really really come back to the white sox rhythm stars is absolutely you know who else is in the division the one of the youngest managers in baseball rocco baldelli from the twins If former larussa understudying. Mike machine and terry francona include went. Who he could be seen the end of his managerial career. And then the indians are going to hire young. They can hire sandy alomar junior. Who was brought up to the white sox role in. There's so many storylines especially in the al central next year. And i really hope to. God the ricky renner retired somewhere else because that truly is one of the most depressing sad baseball stories ever especially for white sox end up winning the world series in the next two years. But you know. I do agree that they needed to change. And it's gonna be so interesting seeing how larussa manages guys like Tim anderson and louise robert and jimmy court going to be allowed to to pull up his sleeves and show off his by us. When he's pitching probably not is anderson going to be able to bat with a homer.

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"theriot" Discussed on The Words on Fire Podcast

The Words on Fire Podcast

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"theriot" Discussed on The Words on Fire Podcast

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"theriot" Discussed on The Words on Fire Podcast

The Words on Fire Podcast

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"theriot" Discussed on The Words on Fire Podcast

"Traveled all over the country in two thousand eighteen I went to five different cities and I would meet with these fifteen guys spent a lot of money and we go into these war rooms. We Hash out like my business, their business, and they critique me what am I doing and critique damn right were sitting in these war rooms and they're are very private right and you're not you're not supposed to come out share the information you're supposed to use it internally for your business, and so I was really surprised they had did market analysis for me on L. Paso and they said, you know what Bob you are seven years ahead. Of. Your competitors when it comes to marketing for. So then I started thinking, am I seven years ahead or the market seven years behind right and that's what it was right. I was talking about facebook and Instagram ads you years few years ago four or five years ago people like why is he keeps telling me about this, right? Yeah you know and I I have conversations like people like they put in Gary says that you know who who Gary Chuck is. Saw something. So well, Gary V's a huge like this guy is the guy for social media. If you look him up and you start following him talks a lot about self awareness he talks a lot about. Empathy Keven has a wine called empathy winds, but he owns a huge heels like four or five digital marketing agencies like in. New. York. Tennessee. Think in other parts of the country. He's he's huge right? He's like he's written four number one bestselling books. But the guy is always talking about how? I got off track there but he was talking about self awareness and businesses and we were talking about. Social Media and we were and the thing was I was trying to get back to his television back in the day television. Right? We're out of talking about traditional marketing. He says, is put on a pedestal right back to eagle the attorney wants to see his face on the billboard. Attorney. Wants to see himself on the you bet on the television screen right on the banks, but it's not trackable measurable rights always tell my clients look if it's trackable measurable, I'm not going to do it. Okay. But. But. On the bench where I'm like how many people side and. He talks about that putting that on a pestle pedestal and this is how I tell people. They can Chorley when I'm talking about television commercials when you buy when you buy a television commercial right now and I'm not saying they're all bad guys. I still have clients that I have class. We did the Aaron Jones Commercial. We shot that we wrote that we put that on. It was great because we ran it when he played right so that worked really really well right with very strategic about it but if you're running that commercial when all my children is on or general hospitals on. The market for it right right. And so my thing is, is that I was really into the walking dead when it was Before Rick Before Rick I. was. Watching. Pass. But I would I would record it and when when I recorded when the commercials came on guess what I would do about to who? No? Word of. Right. So Everybody's either streaming recording. So I talked to business, I'm like they're not seeing your commercial. They can tell you all the Nielsen Ratings and all that. But they're really not and if you really want to check in and you weren't really want to put their feet to the fire, use a different phone number. So if you're going to run a television commercial going to run the billboard, use a different number to track it. Really surprised like I spent that much money for three phone calls..

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"theriot" Discussed on The Words on Fire Podcast

The Words on Fire Podcast

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"theriot" Discussed on The Words on Fire Podcast

"That spend you know ten thousand dollars or whatever it is. You hope that they see your phone and you hope they need you there passing that that billboard at that exact same time. Yeah. But I I think a lot of has to do the old school it is with. Alex. I know Oh Paso and I've always said it this way as big as we are as big a city as we should be like all the other major. Metropolitan Areas. We're too small town minded have ideas because we don't want all that hustle and bustle the comes with the major cities and we're just so used to I remember seeing the benches on the bus stops you have to add the bedrooms and they're still there are they. I haven't seen one of the longest you're texting when you're driving that's probably what it is. that. Where are you where you're at? Home I haven't seen you since last week. Crazy Shit like that but I think it has to do or also like like I said, this is a new area when I was coming here hourly Kinda know you know I've already have a house I don't need to see all the different builders that are over here. Already have that I don't. I don't plan on you know what I mean. I. Just, got it. I got at least sit on this for three years. You know anything can happen especially here in the housing companies jumped from these which aims within every two years because something you know the bottom falls out right and it never it never feels like you said, a lot of the things that we have out here that I've seen do. What am I gonNA use this ship you know, and it's not really hitting the target that they should be going after I like you said, it's a waste of money. So. If our to come to UCI but new podcast, right right. What advice would you say for us to? Start hitting the floor running like what can we do to get our name out? As as as best as possible and as easily ed organically as possible so like you guys have me on. Very good decision sold. Reaching out to me because guess what I'm going to do. All right. This is. A good interview. Right. This is I mean I'm flowing with you guys long really relaxed you guys put the sexy lighting on for me and We do this is Josh. So. This is like a really cool vibe but really. A be serious. I'M GONNA, post this out like my you know my my instagram's got a lot of people on my say reaches about fifty thousand people. I'm GONNA, push this out for you guys three. and. So there you're GONNA get part of my audience, right? So for you guys. I remember I built up I was again fortunate enough to be interviewed by a couple of influencers and they most on their stuff and they were doing it live and I was like Whoa. I. I. Never Seen So many comments come across just pop up. And it's because you know who you're interviewing and who if it's local and they've got a good following they'll help you push it out but we you guys need to do is an ice still do it as I do spend so I spend money on Instagram ads on facebook so depending on who I have I'll put some adspend behind it and we can talk But we put ad spin on now run that show for seven days..

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"theriot" Discussed on The Words on Fire Podcast

The Words on Fire Podcast

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"theriot" Discussed on The Words on Fire Podcast

"That they've gone through it took him forever to get their license and right when they get it. The freaky is the virus, a boom hill and you know, I, think it's Not My Gatien but I think it's only right for us. You know that have maybe a little bit extra to actually give back and help these guys out. You don't mean because. One time they're gonNA, they might have to support us or. Give us. You know. What we'll give you this for free since you came by, you know what? It's not about that. It's about helping each other and I think that's where we're going to get around this people. Forget you know they say you know I'm local local but then push comes to shove they picked and I'm not GonNa name any restaurant because I frequent them to write frequent him too I like that too. But you I really am trying to be conscientious right now of local businesses. Whenever you guys can buy local. He's the best Mexican Food El Paso. Absolutely everywhere, and there's a lot of places out there. They're hidden gems. About it because again, they don't market themselves and rely on word of mouth. Word of mouth is always going to be the best form of marketing and advertising. Yes. But you know it runs out at some point. Yeah. So you gotTa do something and I always tell people do something I don't care what word of mouth because you're not going out. Really go that what right now? So going back to the business now, the successful rocket marketing the. The business itself is this. How did your books come before or did the business come before the books? So I was working for southwest autumn last back in. Ninety seven and you know I was really mad. I was so good at at building relationships. So my forte was going out and selling cut my teeth on selling bright and I wasn't like when you think of a salesman you'd think about cheesy I walk in and pitching. Hey they were happy to see me I. Walk In. Sit Down, we talk about football I talk about and you all the owners of all the dealerships, the managers because we were selling glass in bulk. Dealership rental car agencies, and so they became friends and and so that's what was different than white competition at the time they were they were they were trying to knock a sound price because we were local right we weren't that big and yet these national chains back in the day, and there was like three of them at the time. Okay and they can undercut us every time relationship was so strong with these people and we and we backed up right. So the I had a strong company behind me which allowed me to go out and when I sal GonNa do I was going to do it. They had myself Tommy and boom we would take care of. And so..

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"theriot" Discussed on The Words on Fire Podcast

The Words on Fire Podcast

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"theriot" Discussed on The Words on Fire Podcast

"It was maybe a ten million dollar department I was running. Okay and just love sales, and then my best friend started a company here south was autoglass back nine, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, ninety, ninety already. Thirty years he's been in business, and so I just transitioned over. You know I was always we're always at the shop. We talked come on over we talked. So I actually left Dillard's. Time I got engaged and she's like, what are you doing? You're leaving a national company but you know what? I didn't care I'm GonNa do it I want to do and we blew that business up and that's when I really cut my teeth on outside selling going and getting the business right and then back in the day you know you were literally you weren't in the phone book, right? Right? Yeah. That's how I started learning about the phone book radio actually wrote the Jingle for the company started getting into it and it just blew up the up they've been in business thirty years we're still best friends and. But it was awesome I cut my teeth on that for seventeen years when they used to reading the businesses like triple a or La that. I. Six because I was looking at. The believe QNA or might have been your actual. The business of website I saw. Jif limber liberal no wasn't. Liberated he's like Oh you know I love the safer or the audio the. Auto glass what the fuck. I know. To me because it was the one who put the commercials on the air bought all the radio ADS. And so I dealt with all those guys and so. Just. The more you get into something the more you find your passion for a good move for. Marketing just like and then what happened was I got on my space. Never. tried. ASTLE A-? That was my first foray into social media. Okay. So started messing with it, building my wall or whatever the hell. And I remember seeing Mark Zuckerberg phone on an interview. I heard about facebook and none of I didn't know anyone on facebook and I remember logging in just not knowing exactly what it was Kinda like my space but not really was a lot more cleaner, build this wall and that was it. I was hooked. Once. I got into that and started combining the projects I was working on and combining everything like while back. Then the algorithm was wide open. So the more you had, you could put a post out if you had a thousand followers eighty, ninety percent of them, we're going to see that. Okay now right now. Right, now, if you post something, you'll be lucky if one or two of your followers out of one hundred people. Okay. So down with the Algorithm for the people that don't really aren't that I don't WanNa say computers. I. Also Algorithms. That basically would get your name out there, right? Yeah. So what happens is it algorithm is just their system that actually it's an internal I guess break you down. It's an internal system that says, Hey, the algorithm is going to allow so many people on your wall. So let's say one hundred people that follow you right the algorithm back in the day was very loose. So we've got one hundred people following. You posted something more than likely most of that hundred followers we're going to see it well, they've tightened it up. So when I say tighten it up, the algorithm doesn't show your network posted very many people. Okay. So so you're just posting to post I see a lot. of visit or just posting, they may have a thousand people following them. They're lucky of ten people post God, and so now if you're not spending money on facebook Instagram, would you should be if your local business I am a big proponent of social media..

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"theriot" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

Discover Lafayette

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"theriot" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

"The fulcrum sales and marketing reese is an in demand presenter on how to ensure effective sales and marketing campaigns he has an MBA from US Lafayette and was an instructor of sales. Marketing and entrepreneurship. Reese was also the head coach of the sales team with the US. Lafayette Moody College of Business. With the pandemic shutting down most of our economy. The last six weeks these are trying times for business owners. I'm looking forward to hearing racist thoughts on using the best tools to market effectively re stereo. Welcome to discover Lafayette James. Thank you for that introduction and thanks for having Me Yeah. You're you really are in demand presenter you bring an engaging presence to the stage and. I know we're all looking forward to hearing you think next week with the Small Business Development Roundtable I think. If you're still on the agenda we're all looking forward to hearing some tips about how we can all learn more about marketing. Our business and also probably things not to do. So you WanNa tell us about your background before we jump into that. What got you absolutely absolutely. I am very much looking forward to that station as well I'll try not to double their content too much because I think I think the whole theme of that presentation is similar to what our conversation is. GonNa be about today So I guess I can start by you. Know kind of sharing story And be briefed with my story and then kind of wrap that up into what's going on today all right and and kind of start going down the trail of some of the some of recommendations that I've that I've gotten from some of my mentors and from some of the subject matter experts that I follow and some of the books on kind of from some of the things that we've experienced that fulcrum my team and I and and so last story is raised in a small town called Cata Hula which is right next to Saint Martin Bill and so when you grow up in a town like you really grow up into the next biggest city so I usually say I'm from Saint Martin and so had a normal childhood Was bullied a lot as a kid. Which kind of fueled my my sense of wanting to be unique and kind of be kind of blazing trail because I was really accepted? Bomb appears all that much or I just. Maybe I shouldn't say that I had conflict as as a child and so A really good student and I was very involved with with the church instill in today. And so anytime you you mesh those two things together in in an eight year old. You know there's GonNa be subsequent bullying to follow and so You know had a had to really good role models that and my mother and Followed my dad's advice all my life and and so my mom and my dad always said that knowing my personality I would either be a lawyer. I would be a holiday. A lawyer a sales person or a politician and that as a compliment out was a compliment. So you know I guess I guess I was always the performer in the group When I was a kid my parents used to make us make all kinds of arts and crafts and settlement the local farmers market and Crashes stopped selling I learn how to Juggle Rodman UNICYCLE and GONNA put on a low performance in front of my booth and I'd make more money to than I would in crafts sales And so but I guess that kind of always following me that entrepreneurial bug and you know All my life both in high school and college and Grad School. I've always had like a little entrepreneurial. Venture MO first real exposure to sales was right after undergraduate degree. Cy graduated in public relations. And as you know a lot of PR majors no all there we have a very solid PR curriculum you l. But unfortunately our local market Lafayette at large. Is it really a place where public relations professionals can pride right? They're just not a whole lot of demand for publicist local town. Publicist really thrive in like big cities. are working for big corporations and big cities especially as so. I learned really quickly that although I was very well trained. Pr Really wasn't a career for me. Because I didn't really WANNA move. I wanted to plant roots in in Lafayette and grow something here so I got into sales.

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"theriot" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"theriot" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"I'm Elliot Francis. Many federal employees are headed back to work this morning now that the government shutdown us over correspondent, John Lawrence reports worker Stephanie Doolan is looking forward to getting back to work have a really fun job. I mean, we'd like what we do. Now. It's up to lawmakers in Washington DC to keep the government open by coming up with an agreement. The Trump administration will accept democratic rep. Maxine Waters is optimistic. I'm certainly hope. That we can get an agreement. It's been too long too. Many of our federal employees have suffered. The president says the plan must fund a border barrier. I'm John Lawrence report in Brazil, the death toll is worsened to fifty eight with up to three hundred people still missing from a dam collapse that buried structures of a mind operation and flooded shrouding neighborhoods with iron ore waste, former Trump associate Roger stone will appear in Washington DC court Tuesday, stone horse arrested Friday has been charged with witness tampering obstruction and line the congress or the TV drama acting awards were spread out Sunday night at the twenty fifth annual sag awards in Los Angeles. Jim Roope was there in Bateman took the top drama series actor trophy for Ozark. Yes, I'm really really proud to from. Had such a kind acknowledgment from my peers for for for this pars Andro when the actor for female actor in a drama series for killing eve. This is us took the top TV prize best cast it a TV show for the second year in a row. It was a marvelous sweep for the marvelous MRs Mazel best comedy actor Tony shalhoub best actress, Rachel Brosnahan at the show won best cast in a comedy series backstage at the sag awards. Jim Roope, Los Angeles. Virginia said they plan to return a twenty one year old band, Louisiana face charges on the weekends shooting deaths of his parents and three others. There. Officials say Dakota Theriot's wrote a relative's home in Virginia after the shootings.

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"theriot" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"theriot" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"If you want to program for a living the best way to do that is to program and then to programs and more and i think that we need architects to go to architects school it's not clear to me that most people who program for a living i'm leaving out the people who are doing deep theriot google need to understand for four years all about what happened before and how assembly language works in things swapping in and out of the cpu but i might be in the minority of that were well no so i think i kind of agree with you on that because my experience and call it was actually that this focus on theory over practice was kind of counterproductive i feel like if you if you if if the professors would have focussed more on practice and actually hacking things together in writing drove a script know ran random jobs script apps rather than proving things i feel like theory falls from the practice but the converse is not in the same sara lee true exit oculus i felt like it was counterproductive not only that but software engineering is fundamentally different than software and i love the fact it you've got the word engineering in there when you you know i've been it organizations that are spending millions of dollars a month on programming and the people involved don't know what the mythical man month is and that's a crime it's a crime to not have learned from joel spoil ski it's a crime to not understand the systems ramifications both people and hardware that are part of software engineering because software as more than just code it is the systems that hold that code and the people who make it and getting good that is how you avoid missing deadlines and how you avoid refractory every six months and how you avoid just a massive uncommon did hack when somebody could have actually cleaned up the croft and written something useful.

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"theriot" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"theriot" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The about villa white packers appointment one of the pothole theriot's who's authored doubt south milwaukee for our abacus at astra to throw her now they doubling our friend body will give you the former producer wtmj emphases bar so happy to be here at a happy to take part a debate docket the packers will call here with thursday night football on tv badr basketball also are underway for madison take ghana very talented xavier t so good stuff you're tonight let's grabbed joe in chicago who are called earlier that we gotta do a interview he called back walk to the show nate shelman live in down here in chicago uh you know uh you could be the fox really keeping the training wheels i'm not sure venzke and i really thought uh look at mccarthy how we opened up the played what caused that looks like he's got a little confidence heartland i think that with the pick of different that i noticed i mean do you think that you can clearly to gain more catholic timmons open up the public even more especially i like to think that the packers receivers this is a big strength and that's public match up i'll favorably gift the teams gets gets less about volume here june picks up the phone call jeff less about volume in a little more about creativity and that's post a phrase from mike mccarthy the last couple of weeks so here's the playbook is as wide open as it might be for aaron rodgers but there's some different wrinkles right there's a little more creative what did what college is on display or at least that was against the bear sign i think he also to show you can you can handle you know what's in front of you certainly i that's definitely a big part as well but i go back to second half against detroit secondhalf against chicago and i do think you definitely seeing a brought humbly who's studied get more confidence still make some mistakes but i think there's an interesting parallel here between chicago green bay and then this upcoming component here in baltimore all three offenses as overwatch is teams a lot of the last few weeks i was just seems like it ego's unleash at some point right you know you want your offense i.

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"theriot" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

WSRQ Talk Radio

02:29 min | 4 years ago

"theriot" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

"Healthy for all of us to disconnect from this the smartphones from the tvs whom the computers from all the other stuff and could neck we are some ways you can to husband your family and others to some suggestions 'cause sometimes people go wow i can live my phone i don't have much yoga kind of freak thatcher after truth team and i'm on it yeah and i wanted to say though that i'm not perfect time in my early thirties and i do struggle with that as well especially in launching a new business if that selfawareness that oh we need date night one way that we connect with our has with my husband not our has been gripped by is having a weekly date night and especially when you're bond mode and you're you know my daughter to target market for school and were starting were launch miss company it though easy pick get back into the connected nuts and still one ruled out my happy and i have is that we have feet bank every week and so whether it's going out for dinner or doing something that hole with comper who we know phone concrete present every thing is just an act that were not responding to task the messages and just being fully present together and if you read the book the luck language languages my love language is in connection and gone that moment spent better and so i really make that a a priority and even with my girlfriend's we know hobble higham for friendship dunk fuelling your door not only on business level but i'm not though seles less affecting just fine so i think they're usually are our night or day where we get together with friends and you know how barbecues to talk about things that are now with you connect with them but also disconnect bomb that dizziness and got andrew coupon funding could not theriot put the fear is the way on sundays and just got a virtual that i practically all great advise wunderlist talk about the self steve how can you helping children build healthy selfesteem actually you have alluded to it earlier hoped the parents hope all of us in the process well one of the most beautiful things about love powered and at the cards that we'd give ballot is as you're doing these affirmations with our kids we.

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"theriot" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

Elite Man Podcast

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"theriot" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

"A trashing wasn't ignited before and at that moment it was and then i saw him as somebody attractive whereas before his base did nothing for me his looks did absolutely really nothing warning is worse than alley kicked his looks into high gear permian had me see him and then the internet i asked him first phone number if then we started hanging out with each other and i the everything afterwards every action that he did i i enjoyed with a different theriot that i ever had and the way the after the way that he did things like every time i texted him or called him he always answered fairly quickly and it never seemed like it within a really eager way and i never thought i was playing games with him i just feel like we were very much on the same path with one another and he would invite me out two things and he would do it in this like really cool competent way were him to say like you know what my favorite places in los angeles is the sunday market and he would explain why you liked going to the market's at a you with me and i just i always it was always something that was difficult to say no to any always just made it sound so engaging in finding it wasn't like i'm trying to figure out how to get even what you'll like on a day so come join me unavailable anticiller they never never felt like that it felt like i'm doing this on sunday is led typically due at like to bring you into my world it's really fun would you like to join an i that and then he continued doing that continuously throughout our eating he had an interesting life that wasn't over the top interesting he wasn't super rich or anything that in batteries debt in the beginning i'd nobody at but.

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"theriot" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:45 min | 4 years ago

"theriot" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Thirty three thirty three now i'm sure we have all it at some point ventured to way what a the city parks here and albuquerque and we do have some great theme parks here and there's nothing wrong with the design or what's available at these city parks a lot of families enjoy them but a lot of families can't enjoy them anymore because of beer cans needles syringe as litter condoms being used and just thrown all over the place that these city parks and it's not just the letter is the people who are using the city parks yes we know who they are homeless people or vagrants or people that don't have anywhere else to go during the day using our city parks and our resources to do their drugs to deal their drugs digest theriot era lay in the grass all day then if so you have a family nannu waters spent an hour at a park so you drive to apart you go to your neighborhood park do you feel real comfortable leading your kids go out there and play when they're going to have to jump over homeless people to get that a mary go round or when narrowed the monkey bars and they jump off there may be and need all oh they're there may be neil a dime baggies that have been used strewn across all of the teetertotters or whatever now these parks were set up so it'll families could go their kids that has some place to play especially during the summer time or or when you're on your lunch break you can take an hour and go sit at the park any your sandwich and get away from your job for for sixty minutes people don't want to do that anymore when you have a host of vagrants there that are camping out all day hey at these parks doing drugs and as we found out today doing more than just drugs but actually four and a catering and these city parks two four three thirty three thirty three number to call what can we do about this i have some ideas as but i wanna know what you think these parks have become homeless hangouts what can the city due to try to.

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"theriot" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:33 min | 4 years ago

"theriot" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"With the nation's news breaks i am wendy king it's seven minutes past the hour here's our top story a rifle building attacker opened fire on republican lawmakers as they practised for a charity baseball game wednesday critically wounding house top with steve scalise of louisiana and hitting aides and capital police as congressman and others dove for cover the theriot who had nearest grievances against president donald trump and the gop bought a gun battle with police before he too was shot and then later died colleagues said scalise had been fielding balls at second base and a local park in alexandria just across the potomac river from the nation's capital as the republicans practiced for their annual game with the democrats he dragged himself away from the infield leaving a trail of blood before fellow lawmakers could rushed to his assistance he was listed in critical condition wednesday night at a washington hospital which said he will require several more operations the shooter was identified as james t hodgkinson a sixty six year old home inspector from the illinois who had several minor runins with the law in recent years in full on to a facebook group called terminate the republican party in his speech from the white house president trump explained the situation congressman scalise is a friend and a very good friend his a patriot at he's a fighter he will recover from this assault and steve i want you to know that you have the prayers not only of the entire city behind you but of an entire nation and frankly the entire world america's praying for you and america's praying for all of the victims of this terrible shooting lawmaker here's noted their good fortune in having arm protectors on hand thank god the exclaimed over and over and said otherwise the shooter would have been able to take a huge deadly toll proceedings were cancelled for the day in the house and instead speaker paul ryan of wisconsin and democratic leader nancy pelosi of california a issued their own calls for unity an attack on one of us is an attack on all of us ryan announced to prolonged applause shortly after the shooting bernie sanders the former candidate for the democratic presidential nomination said.

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"theriot" Discussed on KCHH

KCHH

02:17 min | 4 years ago

"theriot" Discussed on KCHH

"From theriot enough to give that right you know did left wing ideology indy us that we could you know but goff believe that people if it's ridiculous and i think that we are up very lucky that great in probably collected it was a nice story called point in the history of this country ryan it is very very important put the safety of the country start protecting or border into do what we need to do well you know you arrived pensar tell me stemming some the battered well you from and i went with what where you from in belgium i'm i'm mine my mother was fleming spent your a wall in which went to belgium in belgium you former reds in that from actually from the german thought of belgium alright rated in the i was read in brussels right so i speak i speak ranked third and enduring but you know us they did lead you seen what's happened in brussels if you know if you or in large pots a brussels particularly in the evening you don't see fleming this all while learns on the straight avert that the future of the city the young people on the street in the evening basically now the north african immigrants the muslim immigrants and that on the streets of brussels i'm and two up and down the belgian census yeah opportunity okay really in this in the you know an issue that is extremely serious because you have a if you're into new ruin deny ab all former lead to send has been absolutely incredible i mean we have left wing socialist ideology where are all the beat you poor have been governing belgium for one and forty fifteen years believe that aren't b_r into literally experience as always know the name of the argue all of he did have failed to protect their devote something to them yeah he's refreshing to have somebody like or president he said we need border security because he brault in belgium we have to do that you're you're absolutely right and that whole saying is that essentially you demonstrate your compassion by how many people you legend overcome traina mad al explicitly also too you those people.

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"theriot" Discussed on Dark Matter Digital

Dark Matter Digital

01:35 min | 5 years ago

"theriot" Discussed on Dark Matter Digital

"Them to the program theriot about op but then you got other members of the put blake his pick up a couple of pagan boom entries out in the in the in the them shop and they came in that they could take and a lot of them of favell but i think the shot math effect monday the book but they could you don't have to feed alive prey i think a lot of people and you got a lot basically fan and my grabbing would've been should've been a different period my god the tall to do the then i think when he one people feel like it's like that poke back take a pretty good gonna benefit could be the kind of what you hit what hitting can have a fan to grab what people fill up and they come in in the day and the count the took freely and frankly about thing that maybe they would have to think about adding route and and that's kind of means the three events break the standing in the trying to get people the yeah and get people puff the barrier time to philly while if there's really been like in the past found in the pride fan and i can people thought but with that now my of famer landed and hey pick up a lot with so many come in thinking they getting at cathy thirty three about legally with a pair of grip the i'm not win it i think i mean there's most of the a's paypal to claim the just boris women them was man and they may yeah.

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