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"tom watson" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:34 min | 2 weeks ago

"tom watson" Discussed on WTOP

"Superintendent two years ago is now facing attacks from a mostly white conservative alumni group. The group is questioning Cedric wins pay, and some critics even want him fired. Washington Post metro reporter, Ian Shapiro. Talks about this alumni group and why it's criticizing the superintendent now. What's happening now is it would have been a slow pace war in an effort to shape the identity of the nation's oldest state supported military college. Two years ago, the governor northam at the time ordered an investigation into college for racism that investigation ended and concluded that the college suffered from racism and must change. And so the school has been instituting all sorts of diversity equity and inclusion reforms and many white alumni don't like it, and they are attacking the superintendent who was black. Their first black superintendent, 183 year history of the college. So they are questioning his pay. He got a bonus of a $100,000 in September. For his performance for the 2021 22 academic year. And a political action committee questioned it and alongside that many of its supporters or donors have been going on radio or social media calling for him to be fired or removed. It's been quite the drummer. I am, has there been a response from either wins or the college to this point? Yeah, retired army major general wins didn't want to address with me at least the attacks against him, though his supporters came on the record with me. And the president of the board of visitors at VMI gave an interview with me and defended him and his bonus. And said that he had led the college in the last year through a tumultuous time, the pandemic, the response to a state order investigation. He said to me, anytime people are attacking the superintendent, I'm going to be unhappy. He's the one that we're counting on for helping to bring us forward and protect the mission and purpose of the institute to bring us the next level. This is a quote from Tom Watson, a VMI graduate who's white and he is the president of the board of visitors. So there was a defense in the school on this front as well. It's been a really tough time for the school. Well, I am before we let you go. Do we know of his income is out of line in regards to previous leaders of VMI? No, it's not. It's in keeping with other leaders. What's interesting is that when interviewing people in the VMI community about whether they organize the political action committee against prior superintendents and question their compensation despite all sorts of issues that had happened under the terms of other superintendents, we

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"tom watson" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

05:40 min | 5 months ago

"tom watson" Discussed on Fore Play

"That's what happened Tom Watson was 59 fucking holy, almost won the goddamn thing. So really, I mean, at this point, if you physically can hit the golf ball, you know, and then why would you, I guess at this point, if you're 59 or younger, you kind of think you have a chance 'cause Tom Watson almost won the fucking thing, so it's almost like you need to be 60 or older. To justify retiring. So I think you're right. Like golf is a sport where I think he's just gonna keep going. It's just gonna kind of fizzle and he'll be around and it'll be kind of like, he'll just be there. I don't know. You're the only reason that would make him retire though. He's like, those other guy, like tigers close to being like physically unable to black, which is sad to

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"tom watson" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

05:40 min | 7 months ago

"tom watson" Discussed on Fore Play

"And so ultimately, he didn't want to talk to me. He said, nobody could not help himself. And it tells you a little bit about Phil. He's always stir in the pot. And he always has an agenda. And take the 2014 writer coach, which I think is a fascinating part of Phil's legacy. Was you fueled by grievance because Tom Watson benched him, of course. Did he enjoy flaying Tom Watson in front of the world on a person level? No question. But it was also a very principled stand where he's like, we've been getting our teeth kicked in for 20 years. I'm tired of losing. We need chains and the only way it's going to happen is if I make this a very public issue. And so he put his neck on the chopping block and now the U.S. has won two of the last writer cups. They're probably going to win the next 5. A lot of that dates back to that before. Yeah, I know. Let's move on. Let's move on. So that was Phil as an agent of change. And he's always saw himself that way. You know, smack in the moving putt at shinnecock. Was that petulant and childish 'cause he was playing crappy? Yes, but it was also the USGA lost control of the golf course yet again. All the players were pissed. Yeah, exactly. And Phil wanted to make that public and a lot of players were cheering for him. So he's not afraid to put himself out there, which I respect, and he's talked his way out of it before, but this time, you know, kind of let himself on fire. So we're at the PGA Championship. He is the defending champion, and he's not here that's an incredibly rare, rare precedent. Almost never happens, especially for someone who is healthy and could play. Are you surprised he's not here? Yes and no, I mean, I have people who are DMing me photos and videos of playing golf all around San Diego. I haven't posted them. It feels a little too invasive, but the swing looks good. It's like he's put on a little ways, he's got a little beard, but he's playing golf a lot. So I can't speak to how well he's playing, but he's out there grinding to some extent, but I think the ground has shifted beneath Phil's feet so quickly. He's gone from this beloved elder statesman and he's taken like this heel turn and now he's like kind of a bad guy. Yeah. And he's caught between these two worlds. Is he going to pledge his field to the PGA Tour? He's going to go all in with the Saudis, and that whole situation is so chaotic, you know, with not getting in the weeds there. Like, we don't know what's going to happen. And it's probably headed for court. And I think Phil was not ready to return to public life, whether it be a lot of tough questions. And he would sort of have to pledge allegiance to one side or the other. And so I think this was just about buying time. See who's going to be the first guy to break the blockade, go over to London and play in that Saudi event. It might be him. It might not. And he's just, he's just not ready yet for the tough questions. Right, that's the conclusion that we kind of came to where we were asking, why hasn't he shown up? Why didn't he play at the masters? Why isn't he playing in the PGA? And what it probably comes down to is he doesn't have the answers that people will want to hear..

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"tom watson" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home

Kottke Ride Home

05:32 min | 11 months ago

"tom watson" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home

"That deck of cards might help an author write a paper, but it will not tell the eventual reader anything useful about the paper. TLDR papers will not be booting back up. It's creators ran it as a small educational project and don't have intentions to keep it going, but there are other similar initiatives out there. Semantic scholar dot org provides 20 word summaries of over 200 million scientific papers. It was developed using GPT-3 style neurolinguistic programming techniques by researchers at the Allen institute for artificial intelligence. And while it doesn't have the gamified feel of TLDR papers, it is an actually useful mechanism for searching for articles, one that hopefully will be extended to other disciplines in the future. I am still dreaming of that automated research assistant that sadowski described who basically comes up with an accurate annotated bibliography while you're asleep. I mean, sometimes that research is half the fun, but when you're in a pinch, how cool would that be? Move over wurtele today we're playing wiki trivia. Wiki trivia is as V buck and ham described it on Twitter just an online version of the card game timeline. And I have spent way too much time playing it today. Like it's analog predecessor, wiki trivia presents you with historical events, which you then have to arrange in order. You get them one at a time in the form of tiles with the vent name and an image, which sometimes can accidentally reveal the date explicitly or at least give helpful hints by looking at the style of arts, architecture, or photograph depicted. As you can probably guess based on the name, the events are imported straight from Wikipedia. Once you place the tile on the timeline, it'll either stay correctly where you placed it or move it to the correct spot if you got it wrong, and once it is on the timeline, it displays the correct year. So even if you didn't know exactly when it was before, you'll have that knowledge to help you out for the subsequent events. Now, events range from the construction of famous structures and the ending dates of art movements to the birth of historical figures and the premiere of modern TV shows. On a recent round, I was asked to place the start of The Beatles, the invention of the USB-C, the discovery of sunflower oil, and the start of the Kingdom of France all in order. You get three strikes each round depicted as hearts and the site keeps track of your best streak. So far, I'm having trouble getting past 12. Given the timeline nature of the design, it is tough to play on mobile, a widescreen on desktop or maybe a tablet is definitely best. And the site does have a few bugs. It told me that colts manufacturing company, the maker of famous wild west revolvers, like the cult 45 and colt peacemaker. According to wiki trivia, got its start in the year 69. Fortunately, creator Tom Watson did start a thread on GitHub where you can post incorrect data like that..

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"tom watson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"tom watson" Discussed on KOMO

"With you and how do we green up our Christmas trees and holiday lights King County's Tom Watson illuminates us This year Christmas tree buyers may have to pay ten to 30% more for both live trees and artificial trees and have a smaller selection to choose from According to national estimates if you like artificial trees consider using last year's tree again and wait until next year to buy a new one When you do buy an artificial tree pay more to get a well made one that will last years and consider one that goes easy on the PVC plastics and toxic fire retardants For a country to the northwest grown tree or cut your own with a permit Make sure it gets properly composted when you're done Living Christmas trees in a pot that you can bring inside over several years are great too For holiday lights including outdoor displays choose light strings with energy efficient LED bulbs also consider solar powered holiday lights or hybrid solar holiday lights Old strands of Christmas lights can be recycled to reclaim the copper wire in them Do an online search for holiday lights recycling King County for our listings including recyclers you can send in your old rights to if you pay postage Happy green holidays everyone King County eco consumer Tom Watson on como news Parents taking their kids to see Santa will have to follow a variety of pandemic rules so everyone stays safe says ABC's Todd aunt He and jolly old saint Nick is not immune from the coronavirus and those who put on the white beard and red coat want to stay healthy through Christmas with a variety of creative ways at Minnesota's mall of America the big man will be housed in a log cabin behind a window with guests seated on benches in front of him at many Bass Pro Shops and cabela's benches will also be used with plastic partitions deployed at some stores for Santa's photo ops with 5 to 11 year olds only recently becoming vaccine eligible and kids under 5 still unprotected many santas are being very cautious Todd ant ABC News The best part about the holidays Not the jazzy tunes or endless leftovers but the holiday scratchers.

"tom watson" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

07:06 min | 1 year ago

"tom watson" Discussed on No Laying Up

"Is a very popular player. Did you ever get any kind of Stuart sink like Tom Watson like treatment for it or any jabs from people already flag from anyone that wanted to see pain win? Maybe it one or two. Not many. Yeah, that means Stewart sync the poor guy. Was it his fault? Yeah, who wasn't ridden for Tom Watson. That year. I know his friends razz them all the time, so too bad at least that wasn't the Catholic priest. And he would never had kids and you would have had four. You know, that was the one that usually told him. You said he paid that your life's about to change after you won the U.S. open. What did it change and if so how? I guess things did change. You know, if that was the last term I ever won, probably wouldn't change this much, but opportunities to go around the world and play other tournaments and certainly everybody's perception of meat changed or what is one week did is it really changed. But yeah, introduced me in a new way. A lot of the golf fans the avid golf fans made who I was, but the casual golf ended not up till then. What is it about U.S. opens that fit your game, you know? And comparing U.S. open golf and major championship golf to regular off what made you succeed in those situations? Well, I know the difficult conditions I seem to do better. Why is that? For listeners that maybe not may not understand why. What advantage would you have in that situation? It wasn't that I drove it straight on everybody. It was more the firm conditions, the ability to stop the ball and hit it the right distance. I thought was that when my good weeks when I was doing that, I really liked when the course was fast. Well, there was a regulator event or a major, the faster the course, the better I felt about my chances. Because I felt like I could hit the right distance and make the ball either stop or roll the right amount. Is it fair to say when it's softer that it's just the tournaments become more of a putting contest? Yeah. So if you're aiming at the pin and you push it four yards or pulled it forward yards and the greens are soft, do you have a 12 footer, you know, if you do that on hard greens, you could run through the green and now you have a difficult chip or you're not going to you can't miss by four yards. And still have an easy putt. Because I try to spend I spend way too much time trying to figure out why we see Brooks Koepka and Louise tazen on every major championship leaderboard. You know, when everyone wants to play their best golf, those are the two guys that just rise to the occasion better than anyone else as far as separate themselves out from tour play. And I don't think we maybe have enough appreciation as viewers at home for how different the golf can be for major championships compared to normal tour stops. Is that does that sound accurate? Yeah, and I think you'll see John rom is one of those guys. How he played Torrey pines, I watched it on TV, but what I saw was he was getting it closer and his ball was stopping quicker than everybody else. Nobody could get as close as him and get him to stop it as quick as he did, and then he made the two putts in the last two holes, but he was hitting better shots than everybody else that was in contention. I think I can somewhat understand the elation that comes from going from zero to one major championship. What I don't think I have a full grasp for is I think everyone's major goal when you come out and play on tours to win a major. But what is going from one major to two major feel like and what does that do for you? Do you weird question, but do you know what I'm getting at? Well, I would think that I enjoyed the second one more. You know, when you're in college and whoever your favorite golfer was, you know, Tom Watson, I love watching him, you know, Jack Nicklaus wasn't playing as much, but he still won the 86 masters. I was in college then one of the great wins of all time. I'm a professional I want to be a profession to go on tour, what are your goals about Jack Nicklaus is the greatest ever. So let's shoot for that. One did he win his first major? I was 21. And then he just kept winning. So if you set that standard, like, okay, I didn't win a major it was 21. I wasn't even on tour. It took me four years to get on tour. And Nicholas had already won how many majors by then. So, you know, you start thinking a little differently, but the major is the one thing if you could win you've done something. So, you know, that's where we're all shooting for and there is no perfect formula. Some of the guys are obviously very talented and work very hard and they're driven and figured out a way to get themselves ready for those weeks and give themselves a chance. For me, that happened twice. Do you get asked about the ball falling out of the tree a lot at Olympic? Is that the moment you look back at it? Tell listeners that story if they're not familiar with it. Yeah. And I'm pretty sure that tree is not there anymore. They've done a lot of tree removal and Olympic. I just played it recently. I think it looks great without the so many trees. There's still plenty of trees to get hit. You know, the hip behind or get your ball stuck in the tree, but in practice rounds, Monday Tuesday Wednesday I think I lost two balls in a tree. So it was not that unusual for a ball to stay in a tree there. Those are very thick trees. It does happen. And I've heard stories where they've had hundreds of balls fall out of trees when they cut limbs off. So they like to eat balls. So it's not that huge of a surprise for the ball to stick in the tree. A little bit. You know, it wouldn't happen here in a pine tree, but those trees yes. So I hit it to the right and started down there and Marshall walked back up and said he watched it go into the tree and not come out. Well, I didn't know the rules very well. Once you leave the teen ground, if you go back and hit another one, that one's in play. Period. So I can't go call it a provisional. You have to provision while you're on the T but before I turn to turn around to go back and hit it on before I went 20 yards, they yelled and said, oh, it just fell out. So it was in the tree for a minute and then fell out. And then you go on to win by was it one shot or two shots? Yeah, and where I was wasn't great, but in my mind, I was thinking, I thought it was a horror hole in the course for me. The tee shot that downhill right to left slope dogleg right. Very hard to hit the fairway unless you fade the ball and I was mostly a drawer. I could fade the ball when I absolutely had to, but I didn't like that tee shot at all. So it wasn't a very good tee shot. So I'm thinking how am I going to make double now? That's all I want to do is just make a double and then the ball fell out and it was a hard shot to get in the fairway. And I didn't even get in the fairway because I went across the fairway. First cut. Hit it behind the pin in the first cut again. And chipped in for par. And that was the second time I chipped in for par that week. So a hole that's going very badly. It turns out you walk over the bar somehow. And that could have been much worse than par. It could have been double or triple. Because you had a you were how many shots back going into that final round too. At one point, you had a 7 shot deficit. I know that I think during the final round is that we're even thinking about was winning a realistic option for you at that point. When I finished a double 17 Friday and Saturday from the fairway, one of the hardest fairways on the course too. But Saturday, I had a good shot in the green out of a divot. And it went over the green, and it was just a really thick patch of rough. So I was dejected.

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"tom watson" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"tom watson" Discussed on No Laying Up

"Just a gut feeling. I think burger. I like burger like lowery. I like we hold on. Let's go back though to 'cause we caught up the odds but on the four. Pairing picks mega pay so jt. Speak rome sergio team taps spaniards therapist or toseh- the american the american tv would pronounce it. Tablets the spaniards they call they call them spaniard. Somebody made a really interesting point earlier. They said they should be out there. Versus like florida versus the rest of the world. He says yeah team. Florida tomato tomato. Yeah you've got all these task in florida playing the tour. Yeah team usa. I one. i'm going. I'm going team team. Pinchas the spaniards team hormone. I can't pick the us and not pick speech eighteen in that match. I feel it. It feels like i. I'm going to be patient. I'm gonna. I'm gonna make this this promise now. Europe could go three one in the morning. And i will not panic. I'll be totally fine. I'm trying to make these unbiased. Picks like yeah. I think i could see rahman sergio coming out like that's a talented great team right there. I think they sergio alleged shot. The course record austin golf club last week and i can see washing it. I could see speed and jt though. I'm rooting for the us. Getting off to a slow start tape in. You know all aleph. Gee all week. Maybe it's like all crap man. We're not playing that. Well see my concern would be speed. Jt coming out digging dukes of hazzard getting it and then completely like using up too much energy on that and wearing themselves out. Pump the crowd all morning lose many and then he sends them out again in the afternoons out of tom watson and you know it's like oh my god connex austin dude i. They're young. i think they'll be all right. I don't know. I feel like i feel like that. Would it would be own goal to like where yourself out killing the crowd route. I do think I mean neal had a good point today. Like it's a little bit muted out there you this the weather how far back you were talking about it. Couple days ago to it's ballpark. The wind you can't. It's hard when you can't hear anything else from around the golf course. All you can hear is wind. It's shila win it's a. It's almost like someone going. Shit all day in your. Yeah like talk and it has like a building effect whereas like there was an hazeltine. There was a natural inclination to cheer enchant. And people were just doing it right now. The hurdle to get over that is even bigger. You almost force yourself into the chance and stuff. And i know it's practice rounds but do the practice rounds at hazeltine were lit like it was like people going back and forth. I know the european fans kinda helped drive some of that too and it's it's usually good natured banter but like this was dead. Couple days of practice rounds as far as the crowd interaction like well. Fgm but he's also worried about getting out there like good head on a swivel trying to like focused on where they're walking. Truly everybody's legitimately down so stupid for anybody who's never been here. That is a legit factor. I did not enjoy walking out like walking around out there. Because i'm trying not to fuck and fall down i'll tell you. What did you to for sally one for you. did you fall. I did slam neil work. I work. We'll golf like very very metal spikes. It's like it's like there's going to be so many tourney seals blown-up meniscus meniscus by think of all the athletes out there shit. And that's just for my own tackling people. Yeah i know. I know head on a swivel out there For we get any further here thinking. Okay we're gonna get into some magical and we're gonna get some afternoon Stuff as well because somebody's playing the afternoon it's very far it's gonna shuffler. Would you guys like an extra thirty yards off the tee shirts. You know where. I'm going with this yet. You could have wedges in the tough par fours at your home course. The stack system may be the solution. You're looking for. The stack system provides speed training for golfers by pairing precision hardware as a single club. Configure bone to thirty unique.

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"tom watson" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

06:38 min | 1 year ago

"tom watson" Discussed on No Laying Up

"Can't go with you know rooting for the europeans in the solheim cup and then rooting for the american. You gotta go all in one way or the other. See i disagree. There's a lot of the a lot of partying with europeans After i saw what i saw from the american team and i'm i'm happy to reassess my american. You know thoughts on the men's side but a lot of what i thought you was with you. I thought a lot of what you said about the american Solheim cup team was spot on. Yeah it's when it's going poorly it just looks joyless not a lot of dogs lot of hangdog. Yeah and listen. I'm taking it on a team by team basis. I'm ready for the team. I'm not necessarily rooting for the country. It's not we're not going to war here. Can we talk about some pairings. can we can we. Can we flip this thing back on track here. What So here's what i saw at a team europe today which some people against some british people i was talking to were. Were saying like all year padres. He's thrown smokescreens house. Like what is the goal of throwing smokescreen. The pairing lads are giving you some inside until bad really bad. Take someone asked him. I was watching. The characteristic could barely keep track of his own teams. I just i was watching the captain's press covers golf channel. And someone said that. Like are you gonna throw out your real parents or smokescreens like they're not playing fucking prevent defense. There is no defense. What's your read on stricker. As a captain by the way i think is going to lose every press conference ever especially up against padraig. I don't think stricker's good at media. So every time he goes in and does media. I never walk away with a great feeling. But i don't get the sense that i don't i think he's got control of the team right. I think like people trust him. He's got us decent enough plan with some price of options within it. You know not dead set on the plan but everyone knows it probably what's going to happen which has been an issue in the past and i don't i i think that he's gonna run is gonna run the playbook right. He has an interchangeable team. He doesn't have a team full of you. Know you know bombers on a shitty golf course setup for them like france like running bryson and fill out there and bubba and all that for france was just never going to work out great but this is like he's got control that he's in control the situation at this point. He seems from the outside looking in like he's done a great job of just taking in a ton of information and just coming to a lot of logical conclusions. Yeah yeah i was saying. This is a much better with manager like what he's bringing to the table here is not rocket science. It's not like he's telling everybody to go out. And like hey. I know you've never played this. We're picking scott stallings for the team. I know none of you know him but like we're doing it. Yeah like he's he's like no. Let's okay discuss songs. Cavalier catching straight. I would ride. I'd be thrilled. V. throws it seems like stricker stricker's out here like he's like a quintessential wisconsin quarterback like wisconsin badger quarterback. Joel stobbe for instance accused. Just he just managing the game. You're distributing the ball. And that's i was gonna say it's like you're not going to lose the locker that way he's not. He's not doing tom watson thing which i know. We already shouted out Shane rides podcast but his podcast of the two thousand fourteen ryder cup. And then also you brought up. The hunter may an interview. Tom watson was so sick so much worse that he got credit. Or even i know everybody excoriated him at the time but it was so much worse than people even realize calling a putt watson s good at somebody made is the sickest move for captured. possible i don't know. I i think it the way the us system. I think kinda works now. It's it's it's decentralized from stricker as well right it's not dictating a whole lot. You know what i mean. It's kinda soviet even in decentralized dina is i the biggest thing with the euros a you know. The biggest thing that padre has to overcome is the uniforms I'm glad you brought this up. Their colors are so half she the price tag on some of these. Did i did that on a team. You see like they have like thousand dollar polos. No yeah it's not good and then even you sprinkle and some american some of the some of the vomit orange that they bring in or it was brown. A couple of years now jay lindbergh's to where you know some some italian company I'd like to reference my friends on the international presidents cup team. Where think they're starting to get somewhere with like the black and white and the black white and gold kind of the the would free hat they just chat about. No like an like padre has like he's consistently over like the last twenty five years of his career like had some of the worst style taste tough ever real quick just came to me but on the which team you rooting for thing. I think i would much rather ride for the international presidents cup team than it would the european ryder cup team. Just in seoul aesthetic. We'll just i'm like do. This is sick now. We're talking globetrotters. True generals like fuck like. Why would anybody want to see the american team. Win the presidents cup. Like that's bad for everybody involved. Honest abe lee and smith and like some truly like. I don't want to speak out of both sides of my mouth but when you talk about fences it's complicated meals visit that next year. Okay so anyways back the pairings Who was So europe played eighteen holes today which was the hardest weather day and these guys are the mindset evolve. Him has been not burn yourselves out. They should shut it down to more. I was civilized. They played eighteen j- daniel. Berger didn't even play golf today. He went and chipped and putted around the course but the winds coming out of a different direction than what we're gonna see. I don't need to see shots. Going to differ way. I don't which is a great movie. It balls in the range. He was grinding out there. He was not like he skipped practice today but like wall everybody. There's the salmon run in the wind was so like strong today that you have a you're going to be playing totally totally different golf shots bombing it out to the right and watching it. Drawback on eighteen is gonna take the opposite. Shot the rest of the way if the wind goes forecasts but anyways we saw romney and sergio plan alternate together. We saw tear hatton shane. Lowery rory and poulter paul casey and lee westwood vs burger and fleetwood and hoffman and fitzpatrick. I think i hate every single one. I was just about to say..

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"tom watson" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"tom watson" Discussed on Fore Play

"Oh yeah this is the real team. This is like what they've been trying to build. Shouldn't you have waited till after the rhetoric up then to switch allegiances. Because you don't know this stuff's not happening just feels all the good things that are prior to do. It hasn't been happening for two decades while. He had tom watson and phil mickelson. They're white shoes in their home. Right now it's not. This isn't tom. Watson's fucking ryder cup team. Everything you just described about the united states team right you like that. You just described an unreal team burger feisty. Ready to go like these stricker fucking picked a great team all we know. We have no idea on the doors..

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"tom watson" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"tom watson" Discussed on No Laying Up

"I was and then he would make little changes right like ak and i were supposed to play saturday afternoon but they had a tough saturday morning and so i'm going to go. I'm going to go play and just like hunters playing great. Just keep him out there and so he everything was already set up. And sometimes you get these events and about like We're figuring out monday tuesday wednesday about who we're going to play with and i remember In wail wasn't whales. but it was It was with. It was with Watson gleneagles gleneagles You're gonna go out with jim. Jim furic now's like right. I hadn't played with jim all week. Ahead replaying alternate shot had hit his ball a week. It was like okay. We ran into the range. And we're like jim. what do you use. It was just kind of like you know that's know that was little frustrating. And it's tough about that week but i love him feerick and i couldn't wait to play with them but i was just like i wish i kinda played a little bit more than that we to know that that was going to happen. And that's prepared for that right and that's what it just set everything up to where he's like you just go out and play and just enjoy the crap about what you're going to experience 'cause i want us to be so much fun for you because the fact is you made it you made you made it on the team. The hard work done you work two years to get to this point. Go have fun and enjoy it. And that's what we felt that all week every day. Tell me you have a framed picture. Something from your puddle. Seventeen okay. I've got a different. There's a few pictures. Yeah i've got. I've got one frame like that. For sure gulf celebrations never looked cool. And i can confidently say. That's one of the best golf celebrations. I think i've ever seen well. It's hilarious that how much emotion comes out in those events now. I felt like that kind of started other other times when he'd win but it was. It was just so hyped up. And i i was you know it was cool. 'cause i was at I put the junior ryder cup and during brookline and we got to go on thursday friday They invited us out there so it was cool to be a part of it as a young kid. That and I just you know just in making that. Put up the hill. We weren't there that day. But i remember watching on tv. That celebration people are running on the green. And he's he's just it's just bonkers about what's going on. And that's what the ryder cup the spout and those team events. Just lay it all out there and just have fun. One thing. we loved joke about as you were. You were sitting next to fill at that press conference in the two thousand fourteen ryder cup. Winning your basis just is priceless as phil know. Tom watson is up there on on the. You know the ledges well sitting with you guys need basically just challenges. The whole us process right. And i'm wondering what one what you're thinking at that time as it's happening it seemed to be the sentiment of the team that he was representing and wondering if you thought phil needed to do that publicly or it. Change came after that moment. And i'm back and forth on whether that needed to be done but what he's sitting there thinking as as fill is doing a press conference. Yeah i mean. I think phil i think those events are so personal to us because we're weren't in it when we're playing we're trying but sometimes we just don't have control over certain things and that's a little frustrating and it's frustrating for a guy like phil who's been a part of every team since the early nineties right and he knows kinda what works and there's no one in the world. I respect more than than film. I absolutely adore the guy He someone. I look up to. And i and i color a great great friend. We've talked about many different things. And he someone. I take rates Advice from in all sorts of areas. I deeply respect his opinion on on all kinds of things. And i think he just came to a head and he was like you know. Some changes need to be made Every year we hear about europe has this process right and they've had this process for a long time about the captain's being assistant catholic. They they had a beautiful process about what they were doing. And how they were doing things and it was showing up because they were kicking our. But and i just think he thought he sort of had enough. And i promise you talked to the pdf america. Numerous times. Phil would not have done that. Unless he thought it was a last resort and he he talked to them over and over again about creating some sort of process and being a part of it and saying. Hey we kind of understand who we are and what we need. And and let's create a pathway for each captain to be a part of it beforehand because it is a daunting thing to be a captain of of a radical up like that or any team events. I mean there is so much that goes into it To just be to do it one time and to get it right it would be so hard and you know i mean i think phil just said you know what i gotta do it. I got. He told us. Until as i wanna i wanna do it and it could be uncomfortable but sometimes uncomfortable. It's exactly what you need in in a lot of different situations And that's just what we needed to make a little bit of a change. In no way did. I don't think even any disrespect to the tom watson because i think all of us deeply respect tom For the kind of person he is and and the player he is a guy. I mean it wasn't. It was more about the process than it was really about the individual. Yeah it's almost like there was directed at the pj american away. Tom came in and did what. Tom was gonna do right. I mean that's what brought in to do so. Absolutely it's not his fault in any way but like hey looking at this from you know just in talking with even people that are involved in the process of you know. hey how. Why did this decision get made in. The answer is well you just you know he had the most experience and i just want to challenge that i wanna be like man. I i don't is that. Is that what is constitutes greatly a great leader or the right process or the person that's going to be the best in touch with these players and all these things you know for a long time it was. You had to be a major champion to be a captain of one of these teams. And i'm just. I'm a golf guy to be captain of one of these teams. I i find the. Us is process improved. But still i don't know if it's all the way there in terms of setting the team up to play their best possible golf because it still seems like a very ceremonial honor. That's given to people to be captains of these teams but if we're really trying to win them are we following the process that leads to the most success and i think that's what fills message was at that time was your has a plan and they have a plan of attack and that's what we were. It felt like and what it really seemed like. We were sort of lacking was they have a process in what they're doing and you can't tell me that they're just better than us and they're beating us but they feel so comfortable with what they're doing and they it's you can see their play. They just have no doubt about what they're doing when they get there like. It's already done. And i think the hardest part for russell's players was. We didn't know what still was going on who we were playing with Going into like. I said i didn't know i was playing with jam until saturday afternoon. And it was like you know. That's a frustrating thing for a player and changes need to be made and at some point. 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"tom watson" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"tom watson" Discussed on Fore Play

"Now they're all over. There's a lot of reasons going on. And like i said. I think that there's a part of everyone that wants to see a little chaos at the end. I think that like brooks and bryce. I think the press conference with phil and tom watson like i think people love that. I think i've always like holy shit. What's going on here. Can you think that was awesome. Kurt oss i watch it on youtube probably three times a year. I loved understand why it made. No sense does sound like a baby. It was tremendous but it also you know i thought find perfectly the american golfer in the entitled. It's involved with it. Was it was perfect. Everything about it her. Yeah yeah no it was it was you. That's going to happen. Everyone likes stricker. So it's not gonna happen like that but when they lose like i said they're gonna go meet. They can have some other idea at that. Stupid fucking committee gonna come out and they're gonna say oh. Here's our twenty twenty three captain ladies and gentlemen. That's fucking sack johnson. Who's doing this shit all over like they've made pick they can't help cells. Which is what i'm rooting for. Yes i agree with that. That is i would very much enjoy that because a i'd be able to claim that i was right and be able to watch all sorts of chaos fold like i remember standing in paris airport and we were screaming on the on the phone with each other about the chaos about patrick reed and calling into the new york times. What is wife was saying new york team. That shit's fantastic. I mean i. I know rudy for team. But then you had. Tommy fleetwood infra jessica molinaro were like sleeping in bed with the with the ryder cup together and posted funny videos and then the other end of it was complete and utter chaos. People leaking shit to the media trying to drag other folks like yeah overall. That is now what. I'm rooting for your ducks. In a row now romans swipes okay clinically proven way to last longer in bed. Which is the goal you want to be out. Would it be looked at as a start. You want to not only be looked at but you want to enjoy this fine intimate moment that you have found yourself in. You've done all these all of these things right. You think about it throughout a lot of your life you make decisions based upon this fun activity called sex and now that you've gotten to this moment you just wanted to end. You wanted to finish in two seconds you workout you exercise. You get haircuts.

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"tom watson" Discussed on Sekeres & Price Show

Sekeres & Price Show

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"tom watson" Discussed on Sekeres & Price Show

"Everybody knows that there's infighting among those guys so it's gonna be fascinating to watch this unfold at whistling straights which is Which is a fantastic theatre for this kind of event. You hit jason and look the postmortem they lose is going to be incredible. Because we've seward. Tom watson as captain like new consumer a guy like tom watson with everything he's achieve like steve stricker could get run over well tournament presser if things don't go well here and and listen jim. Furic did not exactly walk away from france as a shining shining. Light was all the stuff about patrick read. E caller jordan. Speed and talking about clicks within that was in the room and how furic was listening more to the golden child jordan. Speed and other guys wasn't taking everybody's opinion into account. You'll that came out after the fact when reid went on the record and so This american dynamic it's It's not great You know i think having phil mickelson there will help to some degree but I don't know it's. I don't know if you can solve it until it's time for tiger woods to step into the captaincy role because it seems everybody loves tiger woods. Or maybe when phil mickelson steps into the captain's role assuming that's the next time. But i can't wait to see it. I can't wait great now. You're right about mickelson. Because he can be so over. The top like humor can break some tension. The other thing like vice captain fred couples fright like nobody more laid back so i i think they have the right sort of assistance there around stricker. We were talking on the golf course this week. Is this the first public appearance from tiger woods. Since the accident you think tiger will show his no no. I don't. I mean. I think i don't know but i think by now. We'd kind of maybe had some sort of an inkling but Yeah i don't. I don't think he's gonna make it a listen. That's not an easy place to get to for starters. Were very kohler. Wisconsin coupla hours. North of milwaukee Been there before. I played that golf course seem credible golf course but i. I'm not sure. I can see that happening But certainly woods is not too far down the line when it comes to a captain see. He's already been assistant. Captains kind of the way. The americans are going there trying to follow the european model by having anybody who's an assistant later be promoted to captain but You know the one other thing here too..

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"tom watson" Discussed on The Win-Win Effect

The Win-Win Effect

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"tom watson" Discussed on The Win-Win Effect

"One recently about two weeks ago. Maybe three weeks ago. Now i was networking. If i don't give it a shout i was call. Strategic alliance live with a guy called tom watson. Tom actually now doing masterclass together. Because we just hit it off having loads of fun with that. But the reason i'm bringing this up is somebody mentioned to me at this event. They said oh. What's this tv series. And i think you'd really like the guy i wanted to show. You should wash my show. Yeah so it's one of the shows that we produce like you you all right. I love that guy. Which is why i put him on. That's actually don't know this but your day that you launched your show and only reason i picked this up from notes and my team was actually my birthday. Twenty twenty seven data launch and went to live. And i was like oh shit. That's kind of funny nice. Cool at he's one of the things you just can't remember so yeah exactly. It's it's a date sticks that you do you know what interested me about the whole television peace with the I had to learn this stuff right. I in nobody's born knowing these things. I didn't grow up around kind of television production and all that kind of stuff so even things like you know. Oh we need ten episodes before we can take you to series in case something happens along the way we've got ten episodes where the content and it's right. Wow okay so we're gonna have ten episodes greats it before we even get anywhere and so then you try to get the balance right recording getting edited and then they move stuff around no again. This is one of the reasons. Podcasting is when you record a television interview. You'll do sixty seven minutes worth of content and it will make a forty one forty many program. What made it cut not. It's not my say. I don't get to make that call right. Podcast here. it is. it's raw. It's real to hear instantaneous. I love that absolutely me too. The feedback is instant too. I mean i would get messages from people going..

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"tom watson" Discussed on The Redesign Your Body Podcast

The Redesign Your Body Podcast

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"tom watson" Discussed on The Redesign Your Body Podcast

"Drums for a long long. Tom and Is a lotta bands use Had a chance was probably the last band that goes with To go somewhere unfortunately a guy since stuff got in the way of that issues And i've really planning band since still continue to play drums as much. So can outrun a heavy metal. Show on hold on eight point five. Fm own from certain. Just putting my little plug guardia. Absolutely but i wanna talk about that down the line as well. I've got adam sticker for his show on the back of mccaw demand and yes. I would ever mental music obviously Electricity used to fly. And i fly anymore bega father. It's very expensive thing today. A flying across another national more and you have a history of mixed martial arts as well down ice trying some almost well. Just i've attendees which is a freestyle not lot Simply which is an assistant instructor For four five years shuttles Absolutely love it still love it. I just again. Tom watson tom. To try and work is killa in relation to that family locked as well But i always up teaching paypal. Martial arts The skills and stuff that online as much as sad what. He's older brian still. Although the information to share voice. I look if you take someone ice skill that somewhere down the line is gonna help them it out of a jam and that's unskilled with wall anglers lack. I try to stuff as much as can A friend yourself included nine. The point is here and there Self self defense is from something really important. 'cause i detest bullying i absolutely highlights one of my best. Don't wanna get real emotional obamacare really. I can't stand icicle in To defend yourself against beliefs Li- grant is working and all that sort of stuff especially if it gets physical That's one thing that i think is important. Papal renard there. There's old wiser why me imagine what the situation is physically. There's always and most people don't know those options once you know the options. When you know what's available dave now the body works and mechanics of a body in self defense and hey you can escape that.

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"tom watson" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"tom watson" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

"The only find ya. I should open pro hockey yet. Oh meteo low. He commenta- thunders familiar. Amigo komo through komo being issue now domino lying domo chaka timing right. Tom watson buddy go again released during your allow the call. It don't say the gog h at Today's okay trust phone winter continent he got semi going on right now the head outdoors. Okay will nominate. I walked around the lead for moscow. Paid she impact our liberal camacho. Who tony even gun. Tugay ramazani will put For the other nickel demand By each each Gondola e did Polled voters sakashita Or looking for these dancing it's Was them goal. A book you gun pero seeking for a one hour nine. Eat a don't see you. There is a movie. Mr. you're stuck stucco. He will not though preliminary she. You're your fellow in netanyahu's gay gathering musonda states. We go hilo not post war. That's worth store to solve okay. By the another case is theresa. In to expand your own case indicated he knows he'll but it went from credible and easter stasi. Komo boko or last day. Riera is more lucky. I in guba c. Nakasone that now. How do you see any emily Lockwood outgoing but it's having other mementos tomahawk inside of the actual parameters. Asana larry alita and went through the this yoda comprised. I maintain utterly on the heady will come on. She went on slamming. Dow eliminating waste or all made detained. On noah decided when i ego because if you go see no i don't tell momento predominated..

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"tom watson" Discussed on The Audio Long Read

The Audio Long Read

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"tom watson" Discussed on The Audio Long Read

"Making it money. This intern makes it hard to stop it. Profiting from vulnerable consumers in particular from young people hooked in by the promise of easy wealth in two thousand and five. The labor government liberalized gambling advertising and created the gambling commission to regulate commercial gambling and protect vulnerable people including anyone under twenty five. Tom watson the current deputy labour leader admitted that legislation didn't take the digital era into account the yields taken from loses in. The industry has gone up from eight billion pounds in two thousand and eight to thirteen billion pounds in two thousand sixteen watson said. That's a lot of money and when you combine that with recent news that companies targeting the most vulnerable people who is susceptible to becoming problem gamblers. I think we've got a problem. And our current regulations and laws and not fit for purpose matt zarb cousin of the campaign faira gambling alleges that the wolves instagram posts are breaching to asa regulations. The first of which is you can't market to young people and the second is gambling cannot be offered as a way of making money. So these adverts would never past the regulators if they were conventional the gambling commission has admitted that it had received a growing number of complaints when it was in the process of trying to regulate binary options but the campaign fair gambling says neither it nor the air say the taken strong enough action on the advertising such prophets to vulnerable young adults. The gambling commission acknowledged it had never even written to instagram relating to advertisements or posts promoting gambling that breach the uk advertising codes during the time of the steepest rise in complaints. Both regulators blamed the two thousand five legislation. The gambling commission said that although binary options were regulated. The rules only applied if the firm had remote.

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"tom watson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"tom watson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Back at the world of sports. It's the I Heart radio weekend. Sports Time capsule. What's going on fellow sports fans. It's Andy West. Let's take a look back at what happened this week in sports history. We'll start off back in 1927 Jack Scott in the Philadelphia Phillies pitched two complete games in a doubleheader. Scott beat the Cincinnati Reds 321 and lost three to nothing in the second game. Scott was the last picture in major league history to complete two games on the same day this week in 1941 Joe Lewis knocks out Billy Khan in the 13th round at the Polo Grounds in New York to retain the world heavyweight boxing title jumping ahead this week in 1982 at the US Open at Pebble Beach. Tom Watson wins his only US opened by two strokes over Jack Nicklaus this week in 1986 Bo Jackson, the Heisman Trophy winner in 1985 signs with the Kansas City Royals to play baseball. 1987 the L. A Lakers win their 10th NBA championship with the one Oh 6 93 victory over the Celtics in Game six of the forum this week in 1994. The New York Rangers hold off the Vancouver Canucks 32 in Game seven for their first Stanley Cup in 54 years. This week in 1995, the Houston Rockets complete the unlikeliest of NBA championship repeats sweeping the Orlando Magic MVP Hakeem Elijah one finishes with 35 points and 15 rebounds. And this week in 2016 in the NBA Finals, the Cleveland Cavaliers win their first title, defeating the Golden State Warriors 4 to 3. They're the first team to overcome a 3 to 1 deficit in the finals. And that's just some of what happened this week in sports history. The weekend sports Time capsule on I Heart radio. The free I Heart radio app is number one for music, radio and podcasts..

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Finally, Texans knock off Patriots with one of the most impressive, complete performances of the season

AP 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 3 years ago

Finally, Texans knock off Patriots with one of the most impressive, complete performances of the season

"The Texans earned their most impressive win of the season A. P.'s Adams pulling reports Houston down the patriots on what was a very Tom Brady like performance for their star QB Tom Watson threw three touchdown passes any caught one as the Houston Texans hated the New England Patriots their second loss of the season with a twenty eight twenty two victory walking completed eighteen of twenty five passes for two hundred and thirty four yards and he caught a six yard touchdown pass from de Andre Hopkins on a trick play Watson says his team made a statement of our confidence the bills the moment offers sixteen to try to push on and it just shows us and show the world that we can play with anyone any given day if we come up with the win improves the Texans to eight and four on the season and keeps them in first place by a game in the AFC south the lost drops the patriots to ten into and they are now second in the

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 UK's Labour Party in turmoil as vote to oust deputy ditched

Monocle 24: Midori House

02:28 min | 3 years ago

UK's Labour Party in turmoil as vote to oust deputy ditched

"So if you thought the Conservative Party was leading the contest of devouring its own stay tuned because the Labor Party is planning on doing the exact same thing there has been heated discussion about eliminating the position of deputy party leader but what that's really all about out is about eliminating Tom Watson who is a voice of opposition within the Labour party to Jeremy Corbyn and someone someone who has also had a I think it's characterized in the papers as a rather spectacular falling out with Len mcklusky the head of the union that is the largest donor the Labor Party they want rid of that kind of high ranking opposition in the Labor Party and so they're going to essentially airbrush airbrush and I'm using that phrase with Mary intentionally for its Stalinist overtones they're going to they're going to airbrush that position -sition out of out of the books and with it. They Hope Tom Watson Mary. I think one of the one of the interesting things I mean it should be pointed out that the story is most prominent in the London Times which of course is no friend whatsoever to the Labor Party and is likely to highlight all it's difficult is that it it's difficulties are not easy for anybody to to play down plus they play into the current the the the the current split in UK politics and we're looking at a week of labor politics dumb dominating the headlines because it's Labor Party conference this week starting this weekend and I think there are two other people who who who whose names and in pictures feature in in the papers today in the Labor Party. One of them is shadow foreign secretary. Emily thornberry and another is Harriet Harman both both of them sort of would be regarded as centrist probably sympathetic to Europe more so far than Jeremy Corbyn his wing of the party so we're looking at really have seeing the split in the Labour party which is really a mirror image of the split in the Tory party being played out in all the headlines through the rest of the next few

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BBC, Michelle and Jeremy Corbyn discussed on Today

Today

04:17 min | 4 years ago

BBC, Michelle and Jeremy Corbyn discussed on Today

"Tonight Jeremy Corbyn will present his ideas for reforming the media industry when he addresses the Edinburgh television festival today. Including talking about the risk of a few tech giants and unaccountable billionaires in his words. Having too. Much control, of. Our public space in debate and? The idea of taxing companies like Facebook and using the proceeds to help fund the BBC we'll Tom Watson the. Deputy, labour, leader and the shadow culture centuries in our Brighton, studio good morning good morning Michelle how would this digital licence-fee work I in terms of of why the tech companies would agree to fund the BBC to help from. The BBC well Michelle let me just put this in context to benefits does Policy enough focus on media reform is being trying. To deal with the transgressions of the tabloid media that broke the law now we've got. A lot. Of pushback, Riley. From editors and publishers who said? Why you're focusing on that but you're not looking at what's happened in the media market in the digital age. And, what, we've realized the more we understand is the the. Olive Opelousas like, Google and Facebook now take in more. Than fifty percent of all UK digital advertising revenues in the country and yeah as organizations, they avoid paying their fair share of taxes they. Avoid democratic accountability it's not so long ago that I remember our taxing, them help, those other parts of the the pulse of the press that you're, talking about the ones that rely on advertising revenue how did bring more revenue to them so what we say, today is the start of. A conversation in the building to manifest and we are saying very clearly to the giants you need to take responsibility in play your role in the media market digital disruption. Men that we've lost three hundred local newspapers in the last decade their own half as many journalists working, in local and regional media is there were in two thousand and seven and you. Can either play you can either volunteer to play your socially responsible Supporting public interest journalism or a future labour government will act and, one of the ways we might do that is by a windfall tax or Levy that he the subsidizes the, license fee for the BBC, for poorer families or helps breathes life into independent Would that be, a one awful would that being would that be a new on getting time. We've got a prescription or, a model for Michelle. This is really really important. Isn't it because if you're talking about revenue that all the pulse the media, going to rely on it can't be a one off yet and Jeremy is rolling the dice today starting that conversation this really this is not policy this is. Stimulating discussion on it's really saying that the labor party a future labour government acknowledge the the the absolute might and power of the tech giant's is an issue of concern for people worried about How does tax them help. A local newspaper stay in, business while it might. Be that it funds tax. Breaks for new cooperative models in the digital space it might be that it, helps fund new local journalism it might be providing funds that could alive sort of commodity court reporting These are all ideas on the on you know on the well I mean, it seems that you'll thinkings at a very early stage on all of. This but there's? A fundamental problem with. The idea texts taxing the tech giants which is that it's. Not easy to do it most of them. Are American and even if, you found a way to do. It you can necessarily rely on on the amount of money you get in could you want they got a business they could be significant drop in men? Come one particular year it's not exactly a stable source. Of funding if the state wills it the state could make it happen The Keep a particular tech company that's doing very well one, year not so, well another business that we, can we can legislate to make sure that people play that. Role the media market is very heavily regulated for a reason because it's an important part of our.

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Britain plans for opt-out organ donation scheme to save lives

News Headlines

05:08 min | 4 years ago

Britain plans for opt-out organ donation scheme to save lives

"Interview with the observer. He says, labor must accept in full, oh, widely used definition of antisemitism, his all political correspondent, Leyla nephew, Tom Watson warns that labor risks disappearing into a vortex of eternal shame and embarrassment unless it ends the row of anti semitism. He all keys. The party's code of conduct should be changed to include all examples of antisemitic behavior outlined in an internationally recognized definition, Jeremy Corbyn maintains. They are captured. In essence, in the code and consultation over the guidelines has reopened. Tom Watson also calls for disciplinary cases against to labor MP's had clashed with the party leadership over the issue to be dropped. The international trade secretary. Liam Fox has said he no thinks it's more likely than not that Britain will leave the without a deal next March. In an interview with the Sunday Times, Mr Fox accused the European Commission of being so intransigent that the odds of that being no Brexit deal. When I sixty forty. The equality and human, rights watchdog has written, to the, NHL in England saying it must offer fertility services to men and women who identify as transgender it suggests the current policy discriminates. Against transpeople and. An offer should be made before patients start switching to a new gender the health service has the policy is decided, by ministers chichi. Is under reports. The equality, and human rights commission said transpeople should not be forced. To choose between changing gender and starting their own family and should be given the chance to freeze eggs spam is asking the. Health service to reflect. On the impact of what it calls outdated policies this letter is the first step towards judicial review proceedings and the move. Has been welcomed by transgender rights groups, who say could benefit some of the four and a half pounds and people refer to gender identity services. In England each year Thousands of people were reportedly stranded in Brighton. Overnight after chaotic scenes at the main railway station huge numbers of people had traveled to the. City yesterday for the pride event and a Britney Spears. Concert a spokesman for the train operating company go via Thameslink said, the police had asked for the railway station to be, closed and services suspended to help them deal with the crowds The government contract to soco is suspending moves to. Evict immigrants who've been refused asylum in the UK campaign is, have been demonstrating against the plans which they argued could see more than three hundred people evicted from homes in Glasgow The government is publishing his plans to change. The organ, donation system in England from spring twenty twenty, everyone will be assumed to have agreed to having. Their organs used in transplant surgery unless they opt out. Ministers say up. To. Seven hundred more lives year could be saved Carol Jordan's daughter Haley signed up to donate her organs three years before she suffered a fatal brain hemorrhage she says that decision made her loss easier to bear I didn't have no Attention we will tally today. To said goodbye not just kissed her not to say. This guy's ice sailing Three men remained in custody after a body was discovered in a field near stoke by police searching for a missing midwife among them is. A thirty two year old man who had been released on bail who's. Been rearrested on suspicion of murder. The Twenty-eight grilled Samantha Eastwood was last seen more than a week ago. Russia has appointed the Hollywood actor Steven Seagal as a special envoy to improve ties with the United States the action films. Dot was granted Russian citizenship two years. Ago and has praised President Putin as a great world leader BBC news in our quest. For happiness through keeping pigs not Neil old jazz but Martha Roberts in Abergavenny on your farm is at six thirty I was seventeen years old with the son of two months. And I needed a job continuing dramatization of the early life of Maya Angelou I'm going to. Join the army trying, to survive in postwar America California labor school. Is on the house on American activities. Lists only studied dance and drama there when I was fourteen it's a communist organization and you know it Maya Angelou, gathered together in, my, name I was a woman had a child misbehaves abilities and, no real profession this, Monday to Friday morning at ten forty five on BBC radio four Now it's time. For something understood and this week the birth of her nephew prompts the musician January Harrison to explore how physical, activity, can lead to, spiritual, insight Can't promise A few months ago on a snowy night, in suburban.

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Zimbabwe says election is clean; opposition is skeptical

Today

02:07 min | 4 years ago

Zimbabwe says election is clean; opposition is skeptical

"It's understood Mr. Wolfman later apologized and was, told he would not, face further action the labor MP Luciana Berger has called for. Him to, be suspended and Labour's deputy leader Tom Watson tweeted last night that Peter Wildman was allowed mouth bully adding he disgusts me a. Labor spokesperson said the party didn't. Comment on individual cases the opposing signs in Zimbabwe's elections on both. Claiming to have done well but no official results have yet been released the opposition leader Nelson. Chamisa said his claim, was based, on results from the majority of more than ten thousand polling stations Andrew. Harding reports from Harare election officials have only confirmed a. High turnout here in Zimbabwe. But, on social media the opposition leader Nelson, Chamisa and his supporters already declaring victory in contrast Zanu PF officials are insisting that early indications. From polling stations around, the country showed. Their party is on track to retain power foreign observers said the voting process Was peaceful and by and large orderly but after years of rigged and disputed. Elections there is. Now an anxious wait and a close focus on the counting process. To ensure these results will be accepted by all sides the owner of British Gas Centrica, says it's prophets for the first half of the year were affected. By. The price cap on prepayment Mueller's introduced last year and the continuing loss of. Customers the firm has reported pre-tax profits of six hundred twenty six million, pounds for the six months to June the. Fall of less than half of, one percent but announced a twenty percent drop in underlying operating prophets for its consumer Centric. Is, chief executive in told us the firm was ready for any new price caps we, have to keep a, very close eye on wholesale costs on all the other input. Costs including, smart metering costs and other things in advance of potential price cap what we are doing is encouraging our customers off the standard. Variable Taryn and we are develop Ping and have, developed a large number of, other propositions for customers that they seem to really want councils in England say the issue of how to..

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KOMO, Robert Mugabe and ABC discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

01:55 min | 4 years ago

KOMO, Robert Mugabe and ABC discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"Supporters of before I'm Evan Smith KOMO traffic good afternoon I'm. Kelly with your KOMO forecast expect. Another hot one though. Highs for most of us will remain. In the eighties. Or hot stuff will continue for a couple more days before cooling to. The seventies by Thursday that your forecast, from the, KOMO forecast team Zimbabwe historic vote these are your world headlines From ABC, news, Zimbabwe's disgraced ex President Robert Mugabe is weighing in on Mondays election rejecting the candidacy of, his successor Emmerson Mnangagwa who helped push the longtime leader out of office the poll is the first vote since Mugabe. Was ousted in November Cambodians vote to reelect Prime Minister Hun Sen. who's been in power for. More than three decades, local and foreign rights groups warned the poll is not credible a Palestinian teenager and protest icon is freed from an Israeli jail the seventeen year old was serving an eight-month sentence for assaulting an. Israeli soldier. Outside of her West Bank home last year and a, British. Travel companies ending tours to SeaWorld and other captive whales sites the decision is the result of a poll where ninety percent of customer said their vacation companies should protect animal welfare I'm Jennifer Eccleston at, the ABC. News foreign desk in London Here's another extra art Sanders with many of us will go on road, trips this summer and King County echo consumer Tom Watson says it's easy to. Reduce their environmental impact road trips in the car even short ones can be so much fun in the Pacific northwest. Here a few tips to reduce the impact of those roads Fuel-efficient vehicle as you can traveling partner has the more. Ego friendly, car or truck you can take their vehicle this time and you can help drive. And help pay for gas and if it's a hybrid or. Electric vehicle won't be that much if any gas turbine if it's a family vacation. May be combined the..

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Jack Nicklaus' grandson hits hole-in-one at The Masters Par 3 Tournament

After Hours With Amy Lawrence M

02:33 min | 5 years ago

Jack Nicklaus' grandson hits hole-in-one at The Masters Par 3 Tournament

"The masters so that's awesome he'll join us in our last segment so that'll be about a half hour from now to talk about the masters and get you all set up because according to our twitter poll half of you are more excited about this year's masters then you have been in the past and let's not kid ourselves there's a lot of buzz phil mickelson just one for the first time in five years roy mcelroy's one this spring and needs that green jacket to complete the career grand slam phil mickelson and rory and justin thomas and dustin johnson of course sergio garcia as the guy who's currently wearing the green jacket all of those are big names jordan speed rickie fowler it's about tiger woods the other buzz would be there just because it's the masters in augusta national tiger brings the added buzz and that big grin on his face that seemingly will not go away so again we'll we'll head south and we will not talk about the weather because i can't do with it but we will we will talk about augusta national and this awesome par three competition that we had on wednesday it was one for the ages and one for the aged tom watson at sixty eight years old wins the parthree competition in and of itself that's extremely cool but also it's so neat to see all the golfers out there with their little kiddos in the in the tailormade white caddy suits and their spouses their significant others and then pass champions like watson like jack nncholas a six time green jacket winner who was golfing with his grandson and his granddaughter his grandson hits a hole in one and jack nncholas melts it was a fantastic moment i tweeted it tweeted the video of it a law radio and producer tom did the same just incredible that's one of my favorite traditions in sports is the par three competition leading into the masters because everyone's so happy and you to see not only the course in all of its glory with the israelis and the green everywhere the trees in full bloom but also everyone so happy before it gets tense and there's a ton of competition everybody is is in such good spirits to really neat atmosphere so we'll talk more about the masters in augusta national coming up with jason when he joins us live half hour from now it's after hours with amy.

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Tom Watson wins Par-3 Contest, GT Nicklaus, grandson of Jack Nicklaus, has hole in one at Augusta National

ESPNews

00:28 sec | 5 years ago

Tom Watson wins Par-3 Contest, GT Nicklaus, grandson of Jack Nicklaus, has hole in one at Augusta National

"One more day to go play officially starts at the eighty second masters at augusta national today was the par three contest to storylines i sixty eight year old tom watson became the oldest player ever to win the part three contest he was in a group the legends group with gary player jack nicklaus in jack's grandson gt jack led him teed up on the ninth you only need to swing about one hundred twenty miles an hour that's a good scheme.

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