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"thout" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

03:45 min | Last month

"thout" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"We're dealing with an accident. Still, the inbound Lincoln on the helix, the unbound like in his 2010 of the George and 10 to 15 inbound over the Holland Tunnel. Traffic in transit every 10 minutes on the ones I'm Karen Stewart on 10. 10 wins Well, you are not going to be busted for doing it. But Governor, Cuomo says. If New Yorkers can, they should limit their trips to New Jersey and Connecticut. In fact, governors Cuomo, Lamont and Murphy releasing a joint statement last night, urging non essential travel. Back and forth between Jersey, Connecticut and New York that be curtailed for now, in an effort to stop any second wave. Cases in Jersey and Connecticut on the rise again. But Cuomo says, despite all this, the tristate is doing really well. We are not going up the way the norm in the country is going up. We'll hear from the governor today about a redesign of these red and orange zone lines in Brooklyn and Queens after two weeks of restrictions, he says. It has worked to reduce the case is, in fact, the mayor says the rate in central Queens of infection 3.3%. Now down to 2.2. We're hopeful about central Queens. Obviously, we have to look at data every single day. We continue to see what we've seen for the last few days have every expectation that the state eyes preparing to act to remove restrictions in central Queens. Restrictions in Rockland County apparently have also worked and pretty dramatically as cases are cut in half now. Glenn Shock 10 10 wins here in Midtown nation why there are 8.2 million cases nearly 221,000 deaths, Many of the nation's hot spots are in rural communities. Smaller hospitals There are running out of beds and I see youse a new CDC study finds hospitalized Corona patients are five times more likely to die compared to hospitalize flu patients. Dr Anthony Thout she has set a Corona vaccine could be available by the end of this long year. And if it is, he says, take it comes to the decision. Of the safety net because he is a vaccine. There are so many checkpoints there and make sure that the right thing, there's a lot more growth in roles really, to artificial intelligence or data science. First lady Melania Trump is still recovering from Corona. She canceled plans to campaign with her husband in Pennsylvania yesterday due to a lingering cough about the hot stones here in the city. Mayor De Blasio says he has apologized to Orthodox Jewish leaders for how the city handled the outbreaks. I certainly got very frustrated times when I saw a large groups of people still out without masks, but I think more dialogue would've been better, so I certainly want to express my regret that I didn't figure out how to do that better. And obviously, you know that one night in Williamsburg. I let my frustration and concern get away with me and I should have been more careful in my language, and I have expressed my apology for that before. In Williamsburg In April. Mayor de Blasio in a tweet was critical of a funeral for a rabbi. Even the organizer said he had okay the gathering. Mayor De Blasio says he and the police commissioner Shay met with Orthodox Jewish leaders yesterday with the takeaway. Being more dialogue. More communication is the way forward Thie NYPD, he says. Somebody cut the brake line on one of its cars. Back on the seventh, There was a fender bender in Queens and the NYPD took the car out of service. A mechanic found a clean cut to the brake line, and investigators there now checking for fingerprints and reviewing video. Last month, Cops in Brooklyn investigated a similar sabotage. And in July a vandal was busted after getting caught on camera, cutting an NYPD Vans brake line in Prospect Park. Well, 13 days till the election and President Trump campaigning in Erie, Pennsylvania, talks a bit about an interview he did with 60 minutes yesterday. You have to watch what we do to 60 minutes. You'll get such a kick..

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Michigan health officials report 1,522 new COVID-19 cases, 15 deaths

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:20 sec | Last month

Michigan health officials report 1,522 new COVID-19 cases, 15 deaths

"31. A number of new confirmed cases of Corona viruses again topped 1000, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services reports that the one thout that there are 1522 new cases in 15 deaths reported today. State has had more than 134,000 confirmed cases since mid March. There have been

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"thout" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:47 min | 4 months ago

"thout" Discussed on WTOP

"For a visit to the World Pool plant and he was set to meet with the governor at the airport. Then this word came out. I want to just say that A very good friend of mine just tested positive. You know that that connections Academy. I benefited. Governor of Ohio. Do I just tested positive? The 73 year old wine left before meeting with the president and is now heading back to the state capital. We want to wish him the best he'll be Fine. Mr Trump, Meantime, says the nation could have a krone virus vaccine by election Day November 3rd. Health experts have said it's more likely by early next year. Dr Anthony Thout e speaking to the Alliance for Health Policy regarding what we need to do and how long this is going to be around. We hope as a pandemic threat that we are really on the cusp of seeing the end of it as we do public health measures and a vaccine CBS News update on that pipe. Meantime, House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer of Maryland is recommending Corona virus testing for lawmakers, staffers and all employees at the capital after more members of Congress have fallen ill with the virus. At least three members of Congress have tested positive since late last month. Lawyer says. With members of Congress traveling from all parts of the country, there should be serious consideration for everybody at the Capitol complex. Well, this could be a critical day for reaching an agreement on new covert 19 legislation is tens of millions of jobless workers await word on whether they will again be able to get enhanced Unemployment benefits details from double DT Opie's Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill, the Senate's top Democrat, Chuck Schumer, remains frustrated by the talks. But he and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi say they'll keep at it. The patient needs a major operas. Nation. While Republicans want to apply just a band aid, we won't let them just past the band Aid, Go home and leave America bleeding. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell blames Democrats were not budging on key issues, including proposals related to the $600 unemployment benefit that expired last weekend. What we're saying is playing talk plenty of stalling from Democratic leaders have insisted on handling this himself but no significant movement toward progress. Talks between Congressional Democrats and the White House are set to resume later today. They are expected to go into the evening on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller W T o P New stalemate comes as another 1.2 million laid off Americans filed for jobless benefits for the first time last week. We'll go in depth in a few minutes with mark Hamrick of bankrate dot com and unprecedented move by Facebook and Twitter against President Trump. Social Media giants have deleted one of the president's post for what they call misinformation regarding Children. The administration is incensed the White House is slamming Social media giants face Book and Twitter for deleting one of President Trump's posts. There's very selective shadow banning banning.

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Trans Service Members with Alice Ashton

Atheist Nomads

04:27 min | 6 months ago

Trans Service Members with Alice Ashton

"Are now joined by Alice Ashton. Alice Has Been A. Patron for awhile for the podcast so I got to know her through some communication with that that was years ago and I've been wanting to have you on the podcast for time, and it never got around to schedule you until until now. So sorry about that, but Alice was A. is in the process of retiring the US Navy. IS A. Trans person and a activist and a number of areas. So Alice welcomed with nomads. Having. I think the. The first area where I want to get started with this is. What's your? What's your basic story? I grew up Mormon Join the military at Eighteen, my dad was air force so I went in the airports that of the air force after six years. And then a couple of years later rejoined. The navy finished fourteen more years so I could get my twenty year retirement. and. Thout twenty sixteen. I came out as as it was. Authorized I came out as trans. In the military. And? Since, then I I've been. Trying to be an activist for. that particular group of People We could get more into that later, but. I don't have an atheist origin story because it took. Wasn't like one thing that happened. It was just over time. I kind of floated more and more away from religion and for. Certain denominations and Mormons would definitely be one of them it's. That's one where when you drift out. It's hard to move into some other form of religion. Yes! So in the military I was. In Arabic linguists. and. A. Job dealt with that. And that's a tough language specialty. I wasn't necessarily like the best lingering, but it was. A job that I had pretty good At first I had very good job satisfaction, but as my politics went more and more to the left I felt a lot. Less happy about it, so let be retired. Yeah. especially if you're. Dealing with the Arabic language, there's some definite the problematic areas in that part of the world. So? I have my twenty year retirement I'm. Going to have my military retirement for life, but I want to. Go back to school with the GI bill and become a journalist. So Nice. so what was? At what point did you know that you were were trans? That's always a question because I have primaries of. The youngest seven of. Wondering why I wasn't born a girl. Not Correct Terminology but at that age you don't understand. Especially Growing Mormon. Yes. Obviously, my my parents, my mom in particular was very much. Oh, well, boys don't wear dresses. Boys don't do this or that so. Kinda had just put it away and not think about it. I didn't actually Except myself this trans until I was thirty clash.

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U.S., Mexico And Canada Sign Updated Trade Deal

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:25 min | 1 year ago

U.S., Mexico And Canada Sign Updated Trade Deal

"Applause filled the presidential palace Mexico City yesterday representatives of the US Mexico and Canada signed an updated version of the North American. Free Trade Agreement once it's ratified by all parties. The deal will govern billions of dollars of commerce. NPR's Carrie Kahn reports from Mexico City. It seemed like the officials from all three North American countries. He's let out a collective sigh of relief as they sat on a stage facing a packed audience of business leaders and politicians at Mexico's presidential palace. Visual Mission Accomplished declared Mexico's Foreign Minister Marcelo Bernard to great applause for Mexico Mexico. It was a mission that many thout couldn't be completed two years ago. President trump was threatening to rip up Nafta dubbing it the worst trade deal in history a move that would've thrown Mexico's economy into turmoil. Trade between the two countries tops. A billion dollars. A day with eighty percent of Mexico's exports sent to the US and millions of jobs dependent on that Commerce Robert Lighthizer United States trade representative says it's fought hard for a new deal. The result I think is the best trade agreement in history. He says it has the most up-to-date provisions regulating digital and ECOMMERCE in the world types of trade. That didn't even exist. Nafta was originally signed twenty five years ago. And it's something that's going to North America. Richer is going to make America. Richards GonNa make Canada richer and it's going to make Mexico richer. The pact also requires auto manufacturers to use more parts from North America and that a large percentage of vehicle production be done in a plant where the minimum wage is sixteen dollars an hour. The hope there is stimulus and Canadian jobs for moving to lower paid Mexican execute factories. A sticking point in the negotiations in recent months though was a move by Democrats to get tougher Labor and Environmental Enforcement Provisions Mexico. Mexico didn't want to let. US inspectors into their plants. But in the end they signed onto allowing so-called inspection panels with representatives from all three countries. These economists Lewis did like will help negotiate the original Nafta Agreement. Twenty five years ago says Mexican negotiators could have done better. But we're feeling under pressure pressure to get a deal ahead of next year's. US Presidential Elections Sometimes Been Mexico. We minimize the The leveraged we may get in the US Josh on the maybe we will be wise for Mexico to use it more often than he says. The new deal puts an end to the uncertainty driving away. much-needed investment in Mexico Mexico's President Andrew Munro Lopez over the door praise negotiators from all three countries and especially his counterpart Donald Trump. The most new long they put us in the doom not move away not less young. With president trump. We have a really good relations says Lopez Christopher Wilson and Mexico expert expert at the Wilson Center in Washington. DC says such warm talk from across. The border is an odd turn of events. Somehow despite the you know the accusations musicians and the tough rhetoric both countries are finding a way to continue to work together and are even praising each other while they do it. He says it's an interesting Anne strange moment moment in U._S.. Mexico relations right now. Carrie Kahn N._p._R.. News Mexico

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"thout" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"thout" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"So what mullet did was laid it out with? Thout commentary to the American people. I think most people can see that. Yes. Certainly is probable cause to believe that the president of struck did Justice not once not twice not three times. But over two handfuls of times, and it's pretty clear cars from what can you tell us about the possible date for Robert Muller's testimony to your committee? Well, that is still under investigation or excuse me, still under negotiation may fifteenth is a target date. But if that date is not the actual date that is arrived at I think, it should be at some point very soon thereafter. So I'm optimistic that the committee would be able to reach an agreement with Muller's representatives and Muller will testify, and if the president tries to keep him from testifying, then we'll go back through this. Process of subpoenaing Muller. And I don't think he will take the same attitude as bar has taken which has been to just be flippant in their response to legislative oversight at believed that Muller will respond, and it should be pretty easy to get him into the witness chair. And I'm looking forward to it. And I know that the American people are looking forward to it all your what would you be looking for in a Robert Mueller's testimony? What what would you want him to be asked? And what would you hope he would answer? I think I want to know some of the places where he didn't reach conclusions some of the places where he alighted hard questions where he said, you know, the nature of the constitutional question means, I can't address obstruction. So I would want to press on essentially on the places where we thought he would do more than he did. And he did not to and in many instances. We know why we? So for instance, the guidance the oil c- cut guidance played a huge part in his making a decision that he couldn't inundate a sitting president. But there are a lot of sections of the report where there's a lot of Merck. And I would like to know what he would have done absent the constraints that he felt that he was under. And I think that's a place. I would wanna press June one of the distinctions between the the attorney general Robert Muller is they attorney journal one out of his way to say when he was discussing the obstruction of Justice components of of the of the report to say that there was no underlying offense. There was no underlying crime that the attorney general's view that the president was trying to cover up and the Robert Muller makes it very clear that legally an underlying crime is not a necessary component of an obstruction of Justice charge. Could could you explain to beury's who I think would have trouble understanding how? Can you be guilty of obstruction of Justice? If there was no crime that you were trying to cover up. I'll give you an example, if the FBI serves me with a subpoena for my tax records, and they feel that I'm attack sheet or the IRS serves me a subpoena, and I am a an honest tax payer. But I'm just mad that they serve me what a subpoena, and then I instruct my accountant to burn all my records. I have obstructive Justice. Even though I didn't cheat on my taxes..

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An Interview with Actor Doug Hutchison

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

05:40 min | 1 year ago

An Interview with Actor Doug Hutchison

"Next guest has a wonderful film. Fi most notably his performance in nineteen thousand nine hundred green mile was probably wanting should have been nominated for certainly one should've one. He is one of the best actors on the planet. I consider him a friend. And this is our second take part two of directors that he has worked for his name is Doug Hutchison. Doug, welcome back part two of part two. Derek? Thank you. Thanks. It's good to be back. And thank you for that very flattering introduction. I appreciate we've talked about the academy. And I'm not gonna you know, go over beat the beaten path again. But you know, I just I was looking at the top two fifty today in the green mile as I want to say twenty four, you know. And it's probably yeah. But it should be a lot higher than that. But. No. I just I looked at you know, I just I'll never understand how they nominate people who gets nominated and so forth. But you definitely that's Deborah for anybody. Who knows even king anybody who knows who follow Stephen King? They know that you you that character. And that's not always the case, Stephen King movies or characters people. You'll miss the Mark, by many cases, you know. I appreciate that. Thank you. I mean that that means a lot to me. But you know, it's interesting. I we already had a show the academy that we don't have to rehash our quandary about the whole, you know, political aspect of it. But actually, I'll send these articles to affect you. Find him. I'm sure they're on line actually have scrapbooks stuff. Stuff that time. But Warner Brothers was actually pushing me for a nomination, and I have a few of their ads when they were pushing the and then something happened. And I think it was in house at one brothers. That's by as least what I was told by then manager and probably soom happened. But they were also pushing Michael Clark Dunkin, and they could they were pushing both of us for best supporting because they wanted, of course, best actor to go to Tom Hanks. And so anyway, I think somebody is finally went wait a minute. Would we doing here, we're we're splitting our vote if we're nominating nominating to actors from one movie? We're splitting our vote. So they ended up deciding to go with one actor for best supporting out of the green mile, and they went with Michael. And you know, it was I I won't lie that that I was excited. You know? Of course when it was. Seemingly happening. But when they made that decision I won't lie was disappointed. But I think they made the right decision. Be only because you know, Michael, not only put in amazing performance. But. It's very rare. If you look at the academy's it does happen. But it's know like Anthony Hopkins the silence of the lambs at cetera and that that amazing actor in. The old man. No, no country froze men ill country for old, man. Who's that have Gordon day? I think didn't he win or something? Yes for that will use Boquet. So it does happen that they'll go for the quote, unquote, Zilin or bad guy in the movie, Denzel one for training day. You know, he played a corrupt cops, blah, blah, blah. So it does happen. But more often it the the want. The winners are the ones who are playing the protagonists the heroes the the sympathetic characters the the actors who are you know, like playing real characters like Capote and Jamie, FOX when he did rage. Ray Ray, Charles. He don't things like that. So so it didn't surprise me faced with the decision. Wonder brothers decided to go with Michael. So I was happy for Michael, you know. But I I really was you know, we were all keeping our fingers cross. But. Active. Pretty funny story about that. But maybe for another day since we're gonna talk about directors. But when we were at the same awards, something kind of strange have. Thout save it over yet though. No, I won't know thinking of your time or some other actors Michael fast bender and twelve years a slave, which is one of the best movies historical ever. Yeah. He was nominated for. Yes. So yeah, it definitely happens. But you're right. It's kind of rare for it to happen. It doesn't

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"thout" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"thout" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"No, we live in this new age where people are held to higher standards when it comes to behavior around women. Can I before a officially answer your question? Can I see the actual big no trophies? No does the big booty trophy have of booty. No. I don't know that. I don't know that you know, there's some guys that some people in general the guys that are fans of a big booty. No. I mean, a lot of guys are. Yeah. Yeah. No. That's the thing. So if you get that doesn't mean it's okay to. For what? Award for recognizing greatness, gentlemen. I've been your teaching the last few years, I'm giving you the big booty award. No that doesn't fly. I'm Kardashian in high school would have one that she. Well, she specially when it now. Yeah. And she would be proud to recognize it. She would go naked on the cover of a magazine. I don't think this one's. Okay. You're probably right. You're no fun. Yeah. Jay. All right Mace lane kiffin, one of our favorite guy. No is currently the coach at Florida Atlantic. He does not like college. Football's new transfer portal. Okay. The transfer Portland went into effect last October as a way of modernizing the transfer system. Student athletes who want to transfer to another school could leave and receive a scholarship without asking their current school. For permission players could also enter the portal and explore their options without leaving their current school. Right kiffin says one big problem with it is that there's a new rule that says you can add twenty five scholarships each year. But if ten people leave through the transfer portal, you still only get twenty five so we can create some lopsided numbers of guys leave. But I would argue the kiffin is missing the point kids should be able to leave and go where they want just like coaches can if I go to UCLA, and I hate it, especially if I'm not playing why shouldn't I be able to leave and go to another school with. Thout sitting out a year just change the rule and allow an additional scholarship for any player. That leaves? Why what am I missing here? Well, I'm always on the side of the player, especially when he's not being paid. So I'm okay with transferring without sitting out a year and using the taking advantage of this portal. And in fact, I think there was a USC kid took advantage of the five star. I've started toying, Texas, Texas, or maybe even Obama. I'm I'm not quite sure where he went. But no, I'm in favor of players being in a same same in professional sports. I'm in players having more control over where they go and where they get to play as opposed to lane kiffin who by the way could leave tomorrow and take a job somewhere else. That's my point..

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"thout" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"thout" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

"To. Oh, my ex-boyfriend used to say that to me all the time to like don't ever move. And I'd be like, but I'm gonna right, right? Is it that was a bad idea? Was it? I got a dog. So I mean, I moved from three hundred square foot apartment the size of the studio a seven hundred square foot apartment, which double it. Yeah. In Manhattan, it was like all right? I guess. Yeah. Just like, it's what you value your again. Here's what I always say. It is what you Baillieu. So this like it. It depends on what you want to spend money on my girlfriend loves close. So she wants to buy clothes. She's not going to lie. She lives in anoxia great apartment because she wants to have these close. That's really fine. Like, I value our live. So I want to spend money on where I live, and I don't really care about close. But like, I it's like this thing when I was a kid. We are driving my dad we were driving. We drove past a like a really shitty house that had. I mean, my neighborhood was full of. But it that house had a portion the driveway and I said to my dad. Wow. That's a really nice car in front of a shitty house. Why do they have a shitty house in a nice car? And my dad was like because they value cars. And I was like oh, right. They live in that house. So they can have this nice car because they love cars. So it's like really what you value in in your heart is what you spend on. You don't have to cut thing. You know, if you wanna make cuts in and budget, or whatever you don't have to cut things that you love, but you have to decide what you love. And then what you can do with. Thout, basically. But don't see I don't like this whole thing of like get rid of everything and be live in a hut. You know what I mean? Yeah. I I also come from Blake my, grandma, she hordes so much stab someone in my family who listen to this podcast, and I'll get a talking to about this. But yeah, like, she has her bedroom is still like stacked with beanie babies. Best man, got it. Yeah. And so like the idea throwing stuff away was always like instilled in us as like bad. Now, do that you hang onto everything. That's like your money in the book. I talk about like your money lessons are taken from your family. And you just believe, you know, whatever. Right. Like, you internalize it so much that it's hard to untangle. It's hard to like take the emotion out of it or become you know, like my dad lost his job when I was younger. And then we moved from a bigger house to a smaller house. And so maybe that's why I like having a larger house, I don't know. But like there's things that it's very like, psychologically like therapies yourself about it in the book, the comedian, Sarah Shafer talks about how when she was younger her if she was upset her parents would bring her to the drugstore by her a pound puppy doll. And then so now she shops when she feels sad because it's just mentally a pound puppy. So like, I'm sure that's relatable. A lot of people like you have it just gets ingrained in you. So young right, right. So it's the book like what is the format of the book? How's it different than the podcast? Like what how is it? An interruption of the podcast the podcast is focuses a lot on. I mean, it was like the first season was long form conversations. And then the second season, we sorta tackled topics. I mean, the book it's funny 'cause I didn't know this was a genre. Financial memoir. So it's about my own mistakes. And and history. But then it's also got like, here's what I learned. Here's how you do a retirement. Here's what taxes are. It's a lot of stuff that I took a year to research so sort of like, hey, I did this. You don't have to basically save a year of your life. But I I think a lot of finance media comes from a place a very aspirational you can do this..

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Big Game memories: 25 years later, Cals Lindsey Chapman recalls 4-TD day

San Francisco Chronicle Sports - Spoken Edition

04:18 min | 2 years ago

Big Game memories: 25 years later, Cals Lindsey Chapman recalls 4-TD day

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Big-game memories. Twenty five years later. Cows Lindsay Chapman recalls four touchdown day by Steve kroner from sports to running back. Share the Cal record for touchdowns and big game with four Chuck Muncie. Did I and the bears forty eight to fifteen route at Stanford Stadium in nineteen seventy five the following year New Orleans selected Muncie with the third overall pick in the NFL draft he wound up spending nine seasons in the NFL. The man who tied his big game. Mark Lindsay Chapman didn't play a down in the NFL. But on a nineteen Ninety-three Saturday afternoon at Stanford Chapman put his name next two. As in the Cal record book Chapman carried twenty eight times for one hundred forty one yards and scored a TD in each quarter as the bears waltz to a forty six to seventeen victory. Cow had gone six seasons. Five losses and the final tie in the nineteen nineteen and nineteen eighty eight with. Thout holding the axe. That wasn't the only thing fueling Chapman against the cardinal. When asked this week about that victory a quarter century ago Chapman. I referenced the guardsman's luncheon, which took place at San Francisco's firm aunt hotel, the Wednesday before the game, the annual charity event brought together the head coach and a few players from each school MC, Bob Sarlat. A Cal alum typically took good natured digs at both teams. Chapman was one of the players representing Cal. And he admits heat didn't realize the luncheon was something of a roast still he thought Sarlat and Stanford head coach Bill wash went too far in maligning the bears one wash line. He said he didn't understand all the hoopla about the acts and that Cal can always go out and buy one, I left there pretty heated. I left that luncheon very very upset. It kind of set the tone Chapman said two years earlier Chapman said he and his teammates felt the same type of disrespect before they met. Clemson in the Citrus Bowl. He said the Tigers didn't feel that we were good enough opponent. Cal was good enough to beat Clemson thirty seven to thirteen I felt that same irritation. When I went at lunch and Chapman said and they were talking about us like that. And like, we weren't even in the room. So that was the fuel that fired at all the night before the big game. The bears were out there Palo Alto hotel. Chapman remembers go into a players only meeting and telling some of the bears offensive linemen that they didn't need to block their men. The next day. They simply had to get in front of them Chapman recalled saying because all you guys in here. I'm gonna put you on my back, and I'm going to carry us to the promised land. I promise you that promise kept Chapman scored his first touchdown on seventeen yard pass from quarterback. Dave barr. Chapman's final three TD's came on runs. After scoring the first touchdown second. Touchdown third. Touchdown. And even the fourth Chapman said, I just had a whole lot of pent-up anger inside of me. Thanks to Bill wash. I really really really wanted to make sure that we brought the axe back. Cal got the axe and Chapman got a different type of. Veneer that he's kept for twenty five years chunks of the Stanford Stadium field that he put in a plastic bag. He had grabbed those chunks in the bears postgame celebration the locker room was just effervescent Chapman recalls. Everybody was just hugging. All over each other. Dear Slater Chapman, got to meet Muncie. Their connection went beyond the cow, backfield Chapman grew up in Louisiana and was a fan of the saints. It was special to me to actually get a chance to meet him being a part of a cow family Chapman said Muncie died at the age of sixty in twenty thirteen Chapman lives in Oakland and works as the northern California regional safety manager for helix electric. He also coached running backs at Chevy college for the past four seasons. The victory over Stanford in ninety three gave Cal seven two four record the bears finished nine two four as they won forty two to eighteen at Hawaii the Saturday after the big game. And then humbled Iowa thirty seven to three in the inaugural. Alamo bowl Chapman. Ran for one thousand. Thirty seven yards that season. And by the way, he also scored four TD's in that victory in Honolulu.

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"thout" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"thout" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Staff job for the first time. It's like, wow, I have arrived. So we turned in this. Tony Randall episode and j calls us J goes. Yeah. Yeah. We got your script guys. And yeah, there's some good things in here. Yeah. We have some notes. But yeah, some good things in here. And. You wanna work here? Like what? Yeah. Yeah. Your script is really good. You want you really wanted to work here. Yeah. Okay. Well, we'll call your agent. That's it. It was the big moment. So yeah, we worked on the Tony Randall show, and at the time, it was Tom Patchett and j Tarsus brilliant guys to brilliant, guys. And they were the show runners the Bob Newhart show during its heyday. And and Tom created Alf and they did buffalo Bill or. Yes. Really brilliant guys. Molly, dos go to Manhattan, Molly Dodd. Yeah. And. Yeah. So I forgot what I was saying actually, this is probably where you cut got gotta stand it up. Yeah. Okay. So so our staff was Patchett and Tarsus. Gary David Goldberg who later went on to create family ties and Hugh Wilson W W K R P and directed police academy in first wives club and everything that was the staff that's a murderers row. Yeah. That was that was great. We were the newbies. And a half to say, Tony Randall was great because I was single at the time. And I would bring dates to come to watch the filming. And then we would go down onto the stage after the show and air Do or to the cast the things you try to do to get laid, you know, and I introduce Tony Randall, and Tony always would go. Oh my God. We couldn't do the show with. Thout Ken, Ken is so funny can is so brilliant. And so totally Randall was really my wing, man. Better. Yeah. It's great to because you met so many heroes. Your Neil Simon fan you love the couple. So now, you're you know, you met Mary Tyler Moore f you worship the Van Dyke Show. Now, you're meeting Tony Randall, it's one of the fun perks of a comedy writers life. Yeah. Really? I kind of feel like Zelic. You know, that I've met all these different people, especially since I've, you know, traveled in two different worlds with television. And also baseball got a chance to meet Rafael for call. I love the Rafeal for call. References. Tell us how you since you brought it up and and again, we'll we'll try to keep tracking the writing career. But at the age of thirty five you decided, you know, what I think I'm going to try to do this once and for all I'm going to I'm going to fulfill this dream or stream when I was eight years old. I I heard the dodgers in Los Angeles, and I heard VIN Scully. And you know, how all kids wanna be baseball players. And then there's that day when you realize you just don't have the athlete's ability to do it. Fortunately for me. I was seven at that time when I heard VIN Scully, I thought, wow, I could be an announcer, and I could travel with the team I could go to all the games I travel, I could go to Cincinnati and Pittsburgh and Philadelphia and get my makeup. Do all the stuff. So I wanted to be a baseball announcer. Vince gully was always my number one idol. And then when I was thirty five at again, I have Mary Tyler Moore to thank because we had just finished the Mary Tyler Moore experience..

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"thout" Discussed on FuseBox Radio Broadcast

FuseBox Radio Broadcast

06:03 min | 2 years ago

"thout" Discussed on FuseBox Radio Broadcast

"I'll look at these nomination that movie I've seen. Free off-white in Hillary. Michael Keaton Berman is reasonably Sunday he streets. Go. I like was Anderson's. Little wisdom. His crazy as if you're in a relationship, not almost save. About your part that did within you know, what not like, you'll movie the people who were or color outlined. Dig Guildhall where he will create new to the title. But that we would say that why do they nominated so? Lifing fair. Would ever believe the carpet? Unlike little big, there's a crappy animated movie got nominated Lynn. They accused of it. The oils wise as touch base with the public as of late all people are mad at daisy or vow to interview dropped it on the over with network with. He was essentially kind of trying to say that no, hip, hop and me more impact asserts, right stuff. Era. Let me see here would call a lot gotten on who back is racism is that taught in the home. I truly believe racism young very difficult racism when your lives of his new novel. Now, hip hop that a lot of stuff for people in a lot of ways. Emphasis insensitive. Visit is in the early. Seventies to further. Hip. Hop has not done his knee a lot of resources on. Huge a loss of black American cultural imports have not. There have been made you Americans a gate wide, America's numbers. The jazz bloom rock and roll all of that too. This was who have been still are racist as the black purses is does it attained. Just a marker of what is cool. What is? Did not mean they're going to go down the street itchy that regular person. Like, they because won't be all the radio days on festival or whatever. Have now our like to see this old mecca class, more ease. Of course, a lot of these article in a plot with stays out most to say. It is at bare minimum really nice. It needs to be leg will on billboard top of the negative. This is the the world. No, no, no mine has worked when it does will probably be a whole lot. I mean, look at how every everything has over the past these issues. Police in town reading Ray's class war protests that you see a lot of people who probably only tire. Daisy discography who will like adulated inward over there. What is in would be? Yeah. I use them more this thing and the navy vitim. Is that brother Leon anything? I think he looked important office was the anthrax BB, whatever the hill. We've a lot of t's extremely. Extremely on Eagleton's. Be that way. This is over this is home. Oh, wait at handle. Needle sing. Voice scares. Hard work is also not Irini roommates people. Let me see here or oval Lupi will will go joins what? This week's. So many people sit me the star this story on USA today and read a moment. This is not the onion is not appear to paper. This is what's to be amazing medium? Assis- article talking about even big of this white guy. UB name of Kevin Moore's who is like no he has a hard time. Putting out both about middle age older Whiteman in getting his book published isn't that a struggle older? White Whiteman have tilted. And on the Facebook. These though the my. Old or whatever. Thout wall. So valuable and calm how he was the first person who had on the mall, are you serious and. How's it again reading and unlike so as a black American woman muscles for this white maintenance somebody sweating into tells the story of the Whiteman because an America we have never had white men be able to tell the story. The air is. So I. No money, even tried to hear what they're going to say Muslims pay. Check. Right. Where?.

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"thout" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"thout" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"And I don't think either of them are going to go far out of Hollywood considering they both work there. I think if that works for them like they should do that. I can't imagine getting divorced so publicly now I mean, that's tough, especially when you were like such relationship goals for the rest of the world for so long. Yeah, that's got to be really really hard. I mean, I don't think there's anything really harder than going through a public divorce and having everyone way and then also having a kid. Yeah. And she on her podcast always talked about him. So it's like, yeah. Things have to be really bad for you to throw in the towel. When like it's at that level, y'all like so many people look to your relationship, and so many people are invest. In it, which is like weird for us. But here we are. I mean, I think they're making the right decision for them. I think so too and their kid is really cute. And I feel like they're cool credo natty you like, they're they're it's not like that bad between them. But he has like a new lady love, I love his lady love. Yeah. She is like, she's cool. She do, you know her we interviewed her on the podcast interesting. What does she do? She cheese, Catherine. Yeah. She just sorta book, so cute. It's about maverick and me is rescue. Yes. Look, that's cute. She's adorable and she's she's good. With key lovely and has lots of charisma. Cool. Does she have a kid? No, isn't she like twenty six. I'm not sure how old she is. I guess I don't have a kid in my could write a kids book Yano. Yano? It'd be great. I ready kids. You would be like something about a piece of toast. Oh my God. Yeah. Oh my God. You have to do that to the red. Like, it's the redhead totally like a cute redhead wearing a pink latex, dress acute the child wearing latex, Jeff when speaking of children are fifth and final story is really kind of wild girl. Scouts sue boy scouts over programs. Name change the girl scouts of the United States of America. Thout a trademark infringement lawsuit on Monday against the boy scouts of America for dropping the word boy from its flagship program in an effort to attract girls in the complaint filed in Manhattan federal court the girl scouts claim the program. Quote, does not have a right under either federal or New York law to use terms like scouts scouting by themselves in connection with services offered to girls or to rebrand itself as quote the scouts. Scott's such misconduct will not only cause confusion about among the public damage, the goodwill GS USA's girl scouts trademarks and wrote its core brand identity, but it will also marginalize the girl scouts movement by causing the public. To believe that GS US's. Extraordinarily successful services are not true or official quote scouting programs, but niece services with limited utility and appeal..

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"thout" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

The No Film School Podcast

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"thout" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

"That's right. Thout answers. Over so his the season tastes the season to talk monsters. But actually none of the monsters were talking about have anything to do with horror. He's real life monster. Yeah, yeah. And it's, it's not the good kind if there is a good kind, and I'm not talking about the guy at the New York Film festival who has been behind me sitting behind me on more than -cation and just outright lambasting every movie that he sees during the QNA. Really? Yeah. And he keeps sitting right behind us right behind me during these sessions. He's just delivering star cast remarks to his wife in wisp, sometimes whisper sometimes full-blown conversation, and I'm just like, dude it if you don't like the movie, why are you saying for the Cuban age? Yeah, just leave in. Why is he always choosing to sit behind you choosing to sit in front of him? Do you see him before the screening just show up for the Cuban? This is interesting. I'm actually interested in what you're what you're like preferred festival seating is, you know, we talked a little bit about how like liquids can influence your decision on where to sit. Especially some adult theaters. Yes. Yeah, I don't sit down at those. So I, I always sit on the side and the back because it provides me with an easy exit strategy, but what do you think that's it's great to be on an? I'll I think to just being a little bit taller, just stretch out the lace a little bit. I always I'm pretty OCD about not leaving for so you know, as some most of us are, but I mean, just like using the restroom beforehand and not drinking beforehand or even during water's just like I don't really ever leave, but I still prefer the, I'll just because it does give them more stretch out oppertunistic. I think that I am the same way and when I like when I sit in the middle, my OCD like kicks in so hard that I just start thinking about going to the bathroom all the time. You know what I mean? So like I like to sit on the I o, I very rarely if ever actually leaving, but it just makes me feel like less. Afraid. Yeah, I feel like if you're someone in the center, I just feel like I'm being watched a little bit more. I don't know because you know the light from the screen is projecting almost literally onto you. Their image. I just think about this is this is how they got Lincoln, you know, that's true. That's if you get anything from this episode, Lincoln got killed because the light shines on him, sit in the middle. So hang now moving onto the headlines. We're gonna talk about something movie that for the past six or seven months, people have been pondering how it will actually turn out, and I'm talking about Sony's beginning of a new chapter in the marvel cinematic universe then is it in the cinematic universe? It's Sony's marvel. Oh, okay. So they're starting a actually. They're trying to start a new one was just revealed that Jared Leo will be playing some new comic book person to in the same universe as venom. Oh, okay. For you, Jared, Lido fans out there. He went from being the joker to now being in the marvel universe. Yeah. Well, you know sacrilege. So anyways, Friday, we will all see. Well, either be comic book rebirth or what one entertainment outlet described as a flying heard in the wind to be fair. That's a quote from the trailer. Yes. So I will go on record here in mid that when I first heard there would be venom movie starring Tom hardy, maybe a tiny bit excited over excited. Even the truth is that this is one of my favorite actors playing one of my favorite comic book villains. So I had high hopes and then the first trailer jobs and all my friends started to make fun of me. But I still thought, you know if anyone could pull this off, Tom, hardy, Ken, and that the symbiosis CGI actually looked kind of cool. What did you think about that symbiosis? CGI didn't mind that I didn't think that was too cheap looking. Yeah, that is something I think CGI enhances. It wouldn't be him in prosthetics. I, I guess, right? So this week however, it became clear that my friends were probably right and that this is a troubled thraw jet. I'd heard very little about how the film was being received up until this point..

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"thout" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"thout" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"I would like to five. And I was like, well, if I was like two thirty to twenty and a little bit leaner and stuff pie, make the difference I'm looking for and you know, and I would maybe be able to be a professional wrestler. So I gave it a go. I got really good shape. I went from I every time when it's natural. Every time I went above like to ten, I would get kinda fat. It was hard for me to maintain anything above that, but I would be sometime between two fifteen to twenty. But once I started creeping up over that to fifteen Mark sometimes to ten Mark depending. Yeah, just would start to, you know, not look as lean, not look as good, and so I just couldn't at the time. I didn't have enough knowledge. I don't think either to really figure it out. And I think with just more knowledge, I would have not figured out with. Thout ever messing with stuff, but the ever took anything I had apps before ever took anything. You know, I was fast. I was at letting it was, you know, a lot of things I could do when I was at Westside barbell before ever took anything. I did a five hundred pound floor press, which is, you know, benchpress reliant on the floor, your elbows, touch ground and you press the weight back up. So it wasn't like it wasn't like it wasn't able to do shit without it. I was strong and I was still heading direction. I think I pulled six thirty five and I did so in a meat. I think I've pulled six thirty three win one ninety. Eight actually competed at one idea at one point, but all that was before I ever before ever dabbled in me thing. And as a side, note the the dark side came about when I met the first time. The dark side came about, we call the dark side. I don't know why we. That's what we call it more powerful. Yeah. Cool. Yeah. Yeah. The dark side came about soon after I'll just leave it at that soon after meeting our boy big will and you know that that was that was something where it was like, I kinda wanted to do them and you know, he and I had conversations about it and then I kinda just messed around with it back then. And at that time I didn't like it at that time. It was like, you know, this isn't for me. I did it for a little while actually didn't really notice that great of of results off of it. I was like, I'm just going to stick to my trans, stick to my eating and not really gonna mess around this stuff anymore. And so I stopped. And then I ended up going back to it like maybe year two later once I got kind of deeper into pro wrestling is when I started mess with more. And then I think the pro wrestling thing was kind of like my way of saying that I wanna do, but I didn't wanna say that I wanted to do just for lifting purposes. So the wrestling was like a nice excuse, but really I just wanted to to powerlift ultimately, that's that's kind of what it came down to..

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"thout" Discussed on We're No Doctors

We're No Doctors

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"thout" Discussed on We're No Doctors

"Jesus my brain the older i get it was making fun of after school specials now i'm blanking too feel like such an asshole in this comes up strangers with candy yes there was an episode where she's in a mall and there's like these cult come up to her and they're like hey do you feel like yes like she's they had no they didn't have to persuade her off we're part of this okay let's go she's just like immediately yeah that's part of what we do on the podcast is like i would be probably eighty percent in usually you would not i mean i i i pretty open to community to finding like minded people it's the it's the harm the murder part of it that i in the group sex a little like not so into but the rest of it i'm cool with futile me once there's a person who's involved in this thing you're doing who's like okay the women can only have sex with me it you're just that should just be the red flags is it's always a massage the minute a friend of mine asked from assange al no one needs to be son you know it's a colt wireless touching each that was the craziest part of wild wild thing by the way for me was the homeless people like i bust in thout it was like six thousand homeless they went all around the country and picked up homeless people because they wanted to sway the voting sheila this is a creepy so there's another documentary that came out two years before while country where sheila is in it it doesn't go as in depth but sheila is seems like a different person she's looks different she carries herself a little bit more stoic and it's almost as if she saw that herself in that documentary and then for while country turn on the charm and everything else it she's ice co old in the other on and that was when i was like oh she's associate path all the all the archive footage of her on like the donahue show and all these shows you like she is a fucking monster she's just cursing and she doesn't care about her public perception until her interviews for wild wild country you're she's turned into this nice sweet old lady where people are like oh she rules sheila forever at she rules and it's like man she not only did she murder she she kept her hands clean she handed the syringe to somebody else thing there's it coleaders aren't stupid they're usually very smart manipulating and yes she up people to attempt murder for her it was the homeless thing it was like literally they bussed in from all over the world like six thousand homeless people with the.

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"thout" Discussed on First Take

First Take

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"thout" Discussed on First Take

"Difference warriors all time steph curry that takes it's just a little quiz spot colombian climate timeout china this is fun week stephen do settle down focused per second do guys spilling draymond green is going to be an expert or though keeping his emotions in check playing well on both ends first of all well first of all i'm always focused secondly of bush was molly thanks okay well what what molly is saying what molly is asking because molly is asking about draymond green who had twenty twelve and nine the bagging about a guy who can put up a triple double molly is asking about a god who repeatedly today i was with you felt like he he's cost them games before that's our answer the question molly draymond green as the when we were arguing yesterday sort of who's the who's the alpha of golden state like steph or kevin durant actually the alpha personality is draymond green and he seems to have gotten a lot of stuff under control and be nothing buddy positive force on this team right now raimo hot is just a great player in his prime whose revolutionized the game by the way with with the variety of the things he can do however i will say this when he got tangled up with ad yesterday and they got called i think they both got called for the foul right it was a double thout draymond green could have gotten a tech for that and just left it alone what he was doing to anthony davis like if the rest start really taking a hard look he fouled him about five different times on the play when they were rolling around on the ground he was it was completely extra.

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"thout" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"thout" Discussed on KOMO

"And komonews dot com president trump is taking credit for the warming of relations between north and south korea as he prepares for his upcoming summit with the north korean leader komo's charlie harder talked with the university of washington professor about the historic talks observers say the summit between the leaders of north and south korea was nothing short of historic but is peace at hand on the korean peninsula professor clark sorensen is with the university of washington's jackson school of international studies each joins us on the komo news line clark follow the korea's extensively what was going through your mind thursday when you saw kim jong un crossed the border into south korea it was amazing moment first time a north korean leader actually crossed into thout greece in the korean war and so we have this happening i it seems like it is a big deal one expert on cnn was seeing earlier there have been similar summits over the years over the past sixty five years i is that true and if so is this one that much different there have been this is the third summit that i can think and in fact in their statement that they published after the summit they referred to the two other one so there was one in two thousand with president kim dae tune with one in two thousand seven with president elmo can but the interesting thing was that both of those times the south korean leader traveled to pyongyang and the first time that the north korean leader madame halfway clark kim jong un is not a nice person by any measure can he beat frosted in these negotiations well no it's always trust but verify so that's the way you have to go in i mean you have to you have to assume a certain amount of truthfulness to them to even get to negotiations but you can't take at face value we hear the.

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"thout" Discussed on Happy Hour: A Shot of Conversation

Happy Hour: A Shot of Conversation

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"thout" Discussed on Happy Hour: A Shot of Conversation

"Yeah so a month with passi not on teat thout and and now unbe we going to go out on are a lame talking end say about it that so this is doesn't happen social out of media nowhere has sunday to do him not saw gonna teeth knows out you we feel didn't know vodka that social coming media and has if unida you don't with him being have taken enough it to control going as a man to jail to we control nobody yourself posting them the bell minute we essentially it know happens about it you to underlying mead to fall so message on your from what i graph sword from where he said anyone without him lead actually to be saying like it i i don't need even know help if he realized because i'm that you said obviously that is essentially im capable what sophia of sep saying ing away from a situation so you'd rather to this me night i hitoshe don't oll media want those she types continue of black to get abused families behind miami if we what this goal are on we that at immature all school argument i we wiz when people talk this about relationships go grasping in elway xxx for though strand in they faces of that we though would rather though the ing coon your coal face black family will say together but grandma we are we're okay yacht with need to ha children well grandma seeing and grandpa their moms had tif out get on not want grant my grandma this at my granddad in grandpa step that like nobody always gonna worse i was traumatic this traumatic love why does love me and you wanna know wanting to get my asi when what i say too because it's it's still it's still the negative imprint afugglas inflated vring doesn't may sense like we ads black people we need like in order to really really remove the cloak of slavery we meet to realize that part of the the the inherent violence that we think is normal is because we were used to getting our acids beat from day one we got here that we were used to families being torn apart we were used to men not being able to.

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"thout" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"thout" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Apparently lit a cigarette in the car after spraying at like that ax body spray on him and he went to elect a cigarette booth shelf of you'll pay the i don't know the car was i don't know why anyone wears acts i don't feel all my son has acts at god bless him are located will do anything for my i acts the is the worst smell meth like i went out yesterday and by the way but all the best to my friend you're gonna make it it's gonna be great and yes you could have spun on stage but when i go down for his dribble abe relief i go down to the biggest vested tatiana down in tampa going down to a big outdoor concerts it's really quite exciting because we go out with a band great band we have thousands of people gone through thout doors you know everything i guess i could this is my friend please welcome but the people come the cereal once this guy you know so let's remain like this has to be a backstory it yet carriers than everybody is going to lend is gonna wanna come on stage that it's one that one you can will be faking ailments yet right so so i i as i said okay let me stay was lists that will matt simbone our operations manager and i go on and on kind of burned out a long day you guys were gone and i said well let me just to drive home and are come i'll come back and i go well you know what's the weather's reject weather well it's going to be crazy so i don't i said i don't drive on my makes your michaels okay michael goes was mom and big mikey thank god forbid my case kuroda's so i go okay now i want to come in here and wearing the same clothes so i go down to joseph a banks and now one can put a homeless it's paraguay wins a good zilic yuri excuse me her and we're on radio the emirate i know and adequate at you'll catch as a had unless you do that is friday by had the suit look at this nice tires gorgeous while we continuing to give these people ever tournament on every night on the show working i bought one got two for free well yeah so i gather but i.

"thout" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"thout" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Nine or another warning about how artificial intelligence or a if i may one day impact their lives tesla ceo elon musk ignited a global discussion about the possible perils of artificial intelligence at 2014 now another tech industry superstar google ceo sundar pichai sending up a red flag about it he disgusted at the ongoing world economic forum in switzerland is one of the most important things humanities working on it more profound than i dunno electricity or fire peach on his push google parent company alphabet deeper into developing a i but he warns that teaching computers to become smarter than us could become a threat especially if ever weaponized which might sound familiar this guy that funding bill is passed human decisions are removed from strategic defence skied it begins to learn the geometric rate all nations pichai says have to agree to demilitarize aoi i'm scott carr readers of the pittsburgh postgazette were greeted with the newspaper with no local bylines today staff writer at the pittsburgh postgazette have pulled their names from articles in today's newspaper the byline strike is the result of stalled contract talks between the newspaper guilt and the newspaper's owner block communications michael few is the president of the newspaper guilt of pittsburgh our way equipped gone down ten percent every year or two quick cronut on we're making we're trying to live in 2018 onto thout byline strikes are rare the last one at the post 'cause that was in the early 1980's robert surfers cbs news pittsburgh the socalled doomsday clock is closer to midnight than it's been since 1954 three because of climate change and primarily nuclear weapons with midnight considered to be the symbolic point of annihilation it has two minutes to midnight bulletin of atomic scientists chair rachel bronson says the lack of predictability for us nuclear weapons policy and views helped push the clock thirty seconds closer than it was last year and unpredictability that it is embodied in statements and tweets by the president of the united states she says the lack of diplomacy between the us and russia and north korea's aggressive weapons programme helped move the clock is close to midnight as it's ever been peter king cbs.

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"thout" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"thout" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"They're not suffocating stifling at this point yeah although their switching really caused great difficulty for the boxer with yacht it's out of the game it in particular and yasser of of course has been tested with twenty eight points in in twenty eight minutes in of one point all the other bought worth thirteen out of forty one aside from yacht us a a few few other notes on this one the bucks started one of eleven three that didn't help watch with yana thout they went to dg will said he didn't really up watch ideal was going on defensively miscommunicated on a pick and pop with patrick patterson who actually made both fits through saturday uh then he also helped off a patterson to give one of those reason than the other the picking poppy just never subbed out a russell westbrook and westbrook out right to the basket for an in one of an by the time beyond us a gun beca news fifty to twenty the game was basically over a it one possession that just encapsulated how hopeless it was the boxes there running like adele of dover henson pick and roll and they tell the door because he's not agree ball handler got pushed towards the sidelined where both teams will just trap you if you're trying to run a pick and roll right on the sideline near the hash mark that's exactly happen a delhi jusuk stepped out about there's religious dot the good is going to come out of adult padilla henson pick and rolls pepsico's is that so switchable of okc as soon as out sabrina came in they really started ruling offense of leave just the very first play steven adams got an lu because of breezes on the back side of the pick and roll in the helped and comet that had been roberson of an roberson was pretty good defensively this one book struggles of course oftensleezy that but then a us you saw guys still would going right adam like tony snell who is a never exactly been the greatest one on one player like went right through mr away up at one point in transition and and snow is probably a above the worst finishers a as a to guarded in the rear watching when abriners sort of tried to dunk on john henson armies shortage already d e rudy god it he just slipped out of his hand.

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