17 Burst results for "Tony Cooper"

"tony cooper" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"tony cooper" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"He's controversial. I'm already guessing what some of the reaction is gonna be. He's confrontational. You're questioning the substance of the message is what you're doing right now. No, I'm not. Yes, you want. He's unflappable. Fine. I don't care. He's Andrew Philip. Tony Cooper told me last month. He's already made that decision. And that is the help today he told me that I asked him It's great. We had a conference only format Power five league. What would you do with Notre Dame? And he basically said Well, won't give them as much help as they want. In other words, they need three or four games, then we will make it happen. We'll give them three or four games, and this is the Pony Express on CBS Sports Radio, So many college football fans Get jammed up about that was Brett McMurphy. From stadium. Great college football insider. Notre Dame's predicament. Pac 12 announced. Conference only games. That interrupts Notre Dame's rivalries with USC and Stanford. That you could trace those back too. Like the 19 twenties. Notre Dame is losing games left and right. They've lost a game against Wisconsin at Lambeau Field. They're an independent. And when college football fans here That leagues like the A. C C. Are wheeling, too. Give Notre Dame given to Notre Dame. Give Notre Dame what it wants. It's one of the topics in sports that for whatever reason. We can get into those reasons here. The Pony Express, CBS Sports Radio Serious Sex on Channel 206 CBS sports.

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"tony cooper" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

The Ziglar Show

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"tony cooper" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"Issues ice. She was hit it gave her some some issues that she'll probably deal with all her life some neck pain and some different things but she looks back on that and says it's one of the best things that ever happened to her because of what it did to her emotionally psychologically and helped her get over was a catalyst of getting through some stuff that she says I don't think I ever would've gotten through. I would have never faced I would never dealt with but the story goes on about two years later. She got hit again another accident. She got side swiped and and I think there was only two years ago. Maybe not even not even that Fargo that one she's not bitter about but I know she just questions like really really really I don't understand that and she has to fight a little bit of that feeling of of Oh my gosh my is is our target on my car her and a little bit of and she deals with some some fear of driving of Che's even like to go down that road anymore. She says she's not psychotic about it but she says I it. Just it's just bad. It's just some bad. How do we reconcile that? I don't know that she has she believes guides and controls. She believes God allowed it. Did he calls it and did he mean it for for her to learn something that it's a lesson and so many of us can come from that. Maybe we had parents who taught that that. Hey everything's a lesson you know you grow from it and learn from it man. Something's things just hurt some things you serve and especially when you don't think Asked why well here's one Tony Cooper. She lost a business. She said I lost a business and ended up over. One hundred thousand dollars in debt almost was lost our home and many other things I went through pretty deep depression. During this time I overcame it by building a relationship with Christ. My doctor actually introduced me to Christ and told me we there is so much more out there that I need to do. I didn't know that meant what that meant. At the time now. It's helped me more than anything else ever could in my business and in my personal personal life we paid off all the debt from this failed business at six years and a lot of lessons learned along the way we failed and succeeded in business. My husband says we've earned our P._H._d.. In lessons learned in business. I like that one because that's my story. I didn't go to school fairly got out of high school and I I went into business and I had some successes. I had some big failures. I think more of my wisdom if I can say that today comes from what what I did wrong then from what I did right. That's what I'm able to lean on and progress as a result of more so so these days so that's what my wife says yeah. You didn't go to school Kevin..

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"tony cooper" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

The Ziglar Show

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"tony cooper" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"That's one that's difficult for me. And you're not alone. It is for me as well. I teach a lot about prioritizing and procrastination when I do when I speak for companies on time management. But really it just boils down to figuring out. What are the most important things in your life things that, you know, related to family career in your health and all the spokes of the wheel, and then, you know, prioritizing just means putting them in the schedule long before you put in checking, Email and and everything else. So we deprioritize prioritizing. Yeah. Right. Perfect going let that one down AVI Friedman says I started eating every two to three hours a low glycemic meal I stopped eating at night. And I start sort of meditating at times, and I try to walk daily. That's a great example of. So what's doing it for her eating every two to three hours a logo icy mcmeel, and I'm on the side where I've adopted and intermittent fasting diet. That's my daily diet. I don't eat until lunch today. I didn't eat till I had some nuts about thirty minutes ago. It's all I've had so far. I'll have a good meal. But again, there you go find out what does I would encourage everybody to take something due for a week due for two weeks and see what fits you on the intermittent fasting. She does say she stopped eating at night. I don't know if that she means snack in there. But from an intermittent fasting standpoint, it's really research shows is more beneficial to eat breakfast, and then lunch and skip dinner. I it makes sense. I would agree with that. It doesn't fit my lifestyle. I have a big family and at night, I cook for them. And that's when we come together. And so I don't do that. So again, we're looking at what fits you physically emotionally. But also just circumstantially but figure out what does it for you? And so far, AVI likes the two to three hours eating a meal and work for great great, Jim Smith. Here says nutrition supplements and exercise Tony Cooper says resting when needed and saying, no. Two things that will add a ton of stress to my life. Michelle. I know you well enough to know your calendar stays full opportunities. Stay full. And I bet you have a big priority or a need to say no to a lot. I do we all do this is where this is something that I had to learn the hard way because I spent most of my life being a people pleaser. What does that mean? People pleasing means. You just say, yes. Yes. Yes. To everything. But what happens is you jeopardize your time, your energy, and the things that matter most to you. So I had learned to say no by setting boundaries. And it's so not easy to do. But it is life saving when you say. Now, I have another commitment at that time or I'm not able to I would love to. But thank you. But no, I'm not I'm not able to commit at this time is so freeing. That's we talk about boundaries is difficult. I'm still I feel like a baby and trying to walk that out mine generally end up around social engagements. My wife is the socialite. I am not and it feels bad to put boundaries journals. Sometimes it is bad. She doesn't thrill her that. I don't wanna do X Y Z. And so we just have to grapple with that. And I don't want to grab on the people pleaser just like you. Dan here says when I was purposely energy came from personally getting at regularly seven hours of sleep each night starting.

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"tony cooper" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

09:22 min | 2 years ago

"tony cooper" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Five seventy K ally. We got a nation with a lot of very screwed up people. I mean, there's just no question about it. A lot of unhappy people. I don't even know if it's unhappy. I b because a lot of I think a lot of these people who go out and commit these kind of crimes. I honestly think they'd do it because that's what makes them happy. I think they feel they feel this sense of satisfaction. Nobody could tell them anything. They put you in your place that goes back again to them being unhappy. Yeah. Well, but you'll never convince them that these are the people who've smirk when you take them into court. You wouldn't convince them that? They're obviously, severely depressed or whatever. Whatever their reasons. Why is it like that? Why? And we don't know anything about this could be crazy guy talk in general. Yeah. This could be a guy who's going after a former girlfriend or boyfriend who knows what it is. So we don't know. But I've just in general, why do we have because we have always had a lot of people in this country who have had negative ads there. They've got negative attitudes. They got problems there miserable. We've had poor people. We've had wealthy p we've had everything. Why? Now is it that everybody decides that the way they're going to act out the way they're going to get even with society is to do this kind of thing. I think it's honestly one of those things where before Columbine even though I know what happened in Pearl Mississippi was before that wasn't nearly as biggest Columbine. Oh, you just didn't know it was an option. It just wasn't even in your realm of comprehension that you could get back at somebody. A door was open door was open. I know that actually has I think there's relevance gentleman. I used to talk to all the time right after nine eleven Tony Cooper. He's a terrorist Burt. And I remember him saying the biggest concern that he had with nine eleven was it was a terrorist act. And he was afraid that it now revealed itself to be something that others would look at with admiration say we can top that. Oh, look now there is no limitation on what we can do. Sure. Now, we can jump in and play with the big boys type of thing. Yeah. Because once again, I think it. You didn't know you could kind of do that with a plane. It's one of those things that yes, you see we all knew you could crash a plane, but we didn't know you could cause so much damage so much destruction to one country. Yeah. With just a few planes. Yeah. That's what's shocking. It used to be that win plane was hijacked, and we found this out. Of course, a lot in the sixty seventy it used to be the hijacking to Cuba back in the sixties in the seventies. And then in the eighties. We had terrorist hijacking, but nobody feared for their life for the most part. Although one navy diver did lose his life and they singled him out because he was an American military member. But most of these people knew that this was an attempt to release other people who've been incarcerated as terrorists. So it's going to be well, we're gonna take your people until you give us back hours type of thing. So people knew what to do nine eleven, of course, change that. And I think you're right. I think Columbine was the key on all of this before that you didn't find there to be mass shootings taking place and really you haven't seen a y- overtime. You have maybe one a year. But in the last few years, we've been seeing more and more of these than I, you know, I keep sitting back, and this is why people get so frustrated and say stupid things like they're blaming the NRA and they're blaming gun. Owners. They're blaming the second amendment. They do this because there is no answer to this. And everybody wants everything to be simple. Like, they see on TV where everything can be solved in a soundbite. I think also you look at the glorification of those two kids in Columbine documentaries that were made and people praising them, obviously. But just like I said Michael Moore's documentary that came out was a bowling for Columbine. Now, just the twenty four seven coverage of that town. I feel like I know more about that town that I do my hometown. Yeah. And it's just it that opened the floodgates to. I think a lot of kids or a lot of people. And then you just you just take that to the next level. So I can just go in and shoot go into school and shoot people. I can go into an office and just shoot people and go to a hospital and shoot people coverage or get even. Yeah. Here you would hear stories about the guy went I'm going to take out the girlfriend, if I can't have nobody's going to get you know, that kind of thing, but he wouldn't take out everybody. Now, they take out everybody. No matter what it is. They just start shooting. And and I would like to know if there if there's ever going to be a discussion about what has made. The mental screws come loose in so many seemingly so many people. I also go back to the twenty four seven coverage. So you know, you have that sniper at the tower at university of Texas. So why wasn't that the gateway? Yeah. I don't think that was the gateway because media wasn't what it was by the time. What was that little ten app and in one thousand nine hundred ninety six ninety nine ninety nine I don't you go back to Texas tower shooting. I think people were so appalled by that. Sure. Because of the time in which we live there was certainly violence in the country. Nobody questioned that. Yeah. Never had anything happen. Like that before that I could find in history. And the people knew about that was taught I guess in popular history. But I think people were just appalled by that. I don't think that was a recognition. He wasn't glorified. In other words. He was he was called the crazy guy was arguing that back. Then you had the five thirty news yet your local at five five thirty and that was kind of the end of it. They may have talked about the next day. But it wasn't this continuous coverage of the Texas university of Texas massacre. Whatever you wanna call it. And that's what I think was different by the time. We got to Columbine twenty four seven news networks were up and running. Yeah. And here we go. They they didn't even have a swat team back that no she's the security guard got it. Yeah. And so people people were showing up they're hearing about it on the radio and people are showing up with their hunting rifles firing up at the guy. It's different I know different times. But you know, what good for them get plenty of people who wanted to get involved. But I okay. So we don't know what. What's going on? You got a possible shooting in Chicago taking place at a hospital CNN is reporting that there are multiple casualties. But I I don't have any more detail than that at the moment. Once again, it comes back to what is the driving force behind this type of thing taking place each individual. That has lived and tells their story has a different one. But there does seem to be a common thread, and that is there early and aided from society. And gee, I wonder how that happened. I one Pearl Mississippi second one ninety nine Columbine. Let's see what happened about that time. Oh, that's right. The internet became very popular. Listen, you take away. I'm not blaming the internet. Suddenly, there's all this new open. The door is open now information truth if two things I think you, and I would maybe support taking away certainly support taking away social media in that tomorrow. I think everybody's happier. Life would be better take away twenty four hour. News networks, I think people are happier. Yeah. Are worth nothing else. Take away the idiot talk shows on those down on those networks that will free. And here's why here's the difference between this show and though shod limit. Yeah. Well, anybody. They will harp on the same one sub. They got an hour to fill. I can do an hour. Standing on my head anymore on can do an hour talk show on television. They talk about the same subject matter over and over and over and over and over again and over and over again and then over and over and as we go week by week by week. And that's what has made people paranoid to think that every time their kids walk out the front door. They're gonna get kidnapped and murdered. These shows are not doing anybody any good. And they're certainly not presenting an accurate picture of things. We talk about CHAD'S cabin for God's sakes. Glorious weekend there again, I don't wanna hear it right now. There's gotta at some point be a reasonable conversation. And you're not gonna get it on CNN. You're not going to get it on FOX. You're not gonna get it. In these television networks, they're not there to educate you they are there to sell soap. This is going to have to be something that people are going to have to determine for themselves, and they're going to have to start rejecting that nonsense. But I guarantee you take the guy the guy who sent out the bombs a few weeks ago. I I got so much to say, but don't go anywhere. We gotta continue this coming up you can easily. Listen.

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"tony cooper" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

09:05 min | 2 years ago

"tony cooper" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Recriminations about why this happened and who did watch and we got a nation with a lot of very screwed up people. I mean, there's just no question about it. Is this a lot of unhappy people? I don't even know if it's unhappy. I be because a lot of I think a lot of these people who go out and commit these kinds of crimes. I honestly think they do it because that's what makes them happy. I think the they feel they feel the sense of satisfaction. Nobody could tell them anything. They put you in your place that goes back again to them being unhappy. Yeah. Well, but you'll never convince them that these are the people who smirk when you take them into court, you wouldn't convince them that they're obviously, severely depressed or whatever. Whatever the reason. Why is it like that? Why? And we don't know anything about this could be crazy guy talk in general. Yeah. This could be a guy who's going after a former girlfriend or boyfriend. I mean who knows? What it is. So we don't know. But just in general, why do we have because we have always had a lot of people in this country who have had negative ads got negative attitudes. They got problems there miserable. We've had poor people. We've had wealthy people. We've had everything why. Now is it that everybody decides that the way they're going to act out the way they're going to get even with society is to do this kind of thing. I think it's honestly one of those things where before Columbine even though I know what happened in Pearl Mississippi was before that nearly as based Columbine you just didn't know it was an option. It just wasn't even in your realm of comprehension that you could get back at somebody a door was open door was open. I you know, that actually has I think there's relevance gentleman. I used to talk to all the time right after nine eleven Tony Cooper. He's a terrorist. And I remember him saying the biggest. Concerned that he had with nine eleven was it was a terrorist act. And he was frayed that it now revealed itself to be something that others would look at with admiration say we can top that. Oh, look now there is no limitation on what we can do. Sure. Now, we can jump in and play with the big boys type of thing. Yeah. Because once again, I think it. You didn't know you could kind of do that with a plane. Yeah. You know, it's one of those things that. Yes, you see we all knew you could crash a plane, but we didn't know you could cause so much damage so much destruction to one country. Yeah. With just a few planes. Yeah. That's what's shocking. It used to be that when a plane was hijacked, and we found this out. Of course, a lot in the sixty seventy it used to be the hijacking to Cuba back in the sixties in the seventies. And then in the eighties. We had terrorist hijacking, but nobody feared for their life for the most part. Although one navy diver did lose his life and they singled him out because he was an American military member. But most of these people knew that this was an attempt to release other people who've been incarcerated as terrorists. So it's going to be well, we're going to take your people until you give us back our type of thing. So people knew what to do nine eleven, of course, change that. And I think you're right. I think Columbine was the key on all of this. Yes. Before that, you didn't find there to be mass shootings taking place and really you haven't seen a. Yeah. Over time. You have maybe one a year. But in the last few years, we've been seeing more and more of these than I know I keep sitting back. And this is why people get so frustrated and say stupid things like they're blaming the NRA and they're blaming gun. Owners and they're blaming the second amendment. You know, they do this because there is no answer to this. And everybody wants everything to be simple. Like, they see on TV where everything can be solved in a soundbite. I think also you look at the glorification of those two kids in Columbine documentaries that were made people praising them, obviously. But just like I said Michael Moore's documentary that came out was it bowling for Columbine. Now, just twenty four seven coverage of that town. I feel like I know more about that town that I do my hometown. Yeah. And it's just it's that opened the floodgates to. I think a lot of kids or a lot of people. And then you just you just take that to the next level. So I can just go in and shoot go into school and shoot people. I can go into an office and just shoot people and go to the hospital and shoot people coverage or get even. Yeah. Here. You would hear stories about the guy went he I'm going to take out the girlfriend if I can't have her nobody's going to get that kind of thing. But he wouldn't take out everybody. Now, they just take out everybody. No matter what it is. They just start shooting. An and I would like to know if there if there's ever going to be a discussion about what has made the mental screws come loose in so many seemingly so many people. I also go back to the twenty four seven coverage. So you know, you have that sniper at the tower university of Texas. So why wasn't that the gateway? Yeah. I don't think that was the gateway because media wasn't what it was by the time. What was that Littleton happened in one thousand nine hundred ninety six ninety nine ninety nine I go back to the Texas tower shooting? I think people were so appalled by that sheriff because of the time in which we live there was certainly violence in the country. Nobody questioned that never had anything happen. Like that before that I could find in history and people knew about it was taught I guess in popular history. But I think people were just appalled by that. I don't think that was a recognition. He wasn't glorified. In other words. He was he was called the crazy guy was arguing that back. Then you just had the five thirty news yet your local at five five thirty and that was kind of the end of it. They may have talked about the next day. But it wasn't this continuous coverage. Of the Texas university of Texas massacre. Whatever you wanna call it. Yeah. And that's what I think was different. By the time. We got to Columbine twenty four seven news networks were up and running. And here we go. They they didn't even have a swat team back, then no security guard out there and got it. Yeah. And so people people were showing up they're hearing about it on the radio and people are showing up with their hunting rifles firing up at the guy. No different times. But you know, what? Good for them get plenty of people that wanted to get involved. But I okay. So we don't know what's going on. You got a possible shooting in Chicago taking place at a hospital CNN is reporting that there are multiple casualties. But I don't have any more detail than that at the moment. So once again, it comes back to what is the driving force behind this type of thing taking place each individual. That has lived and tells their story has a different one. But there does seem to be a common thread, and that is they're alienated from society. And gee, I wonder how that happened. I one Pearl Mississippi second one ninety nine Columbine. Let's see what happened about that time. Oh, that's right. The internet became very popular. Listen, you take away. I'm not blaming the internet. Suddenly, there's all this new open. The door is open now. Truth. If two things I think you and I would maybe support taking away surly support taking away social media in that tomorrow. I think everybody's happier. Life would be better away. Twenty four hour. News networks, I think people are happier. Yeah. Are worth nothing else. Take away the idiot talk shows on those down on those networks that will free. And here's why here's the difference between this show and those Sean limit. Yeah. Well, anybody. They will harp on the same one sub. They got an hour to fill. I can do an hour. Standing on my head anymore on can do an hour talk show on television. They talk about the same subject matter over and over and over and over and over again and over and over again and then over and over and as we go week by week by week. And that's what has made people paranoid to think that every time their kids walk out the front door. They're gonna get kidnapped and murdered. These shows are not doing anybody any good. And they're certainly not presenting an accurate picture of things. We talk about CHAD'S cabin for God's sakes glorious weekend there again, I don't wanna hear it right now. There's gotta at some point be a reasonable conversation. And you're not gonna get it on CNN. You're not going to get it on FOX. You're not gonna get it. In these television networks, they're not there to educate you they are there to sell soap. This is going to have to be something that people are going to have to determine for themselves, and they're going to have to start rejecting that nonsense. But I guarantee you take the guy the guy who sent out the bombs a few weeks ago. I I got so much to say, but don't go anywhere. We gotta continue this coming up. Let's check in with Bill Jackson. He's looking.

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"tony cooper" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"tony cooper" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Paying for it. What? Well, the president gets his daily briefing us as the vice president and they've been in close touch with the h s and others to find out. Exactly. I guess that's something. You don't seem interested in which is who is in this caravan who's coming here. We have a right to know that. Doc, patrick. I'm not going to comment on that simply fearmongering center. There are middle easterners in the caravan when he admits he has no group to support that I saw that fear is one of your assessment Grover words today, I guess in the last two weeks excuse me, excuse me half. The D H says over half a million people tried to come over the border early this last year. It's a very serious issue. Caravan is FDA chess as they. You're asking me three different things. But let's get back. No, you're not. No, you're not. Let's get back to you and ask about this caravans. She talked about illegal immigration who's in the caravan caravan, why aren't the Democrats with a caravan? Why aren't they talking about the caravan? Where are they this president invited them all into the cabinet room? Last January is said he would make a deal and the dreamers and they choked on their own disbelief and left because they couldn't believe that. This president was actually make good on a promise of several presidents, but he also wants to end chain migration. He also and the the visa lottery system, he also wants to build the wall. So that we can be a sovereign nation with physical borders. Now Trump is targeted that caravan to highlight his hard immigration policies ahead of the November midterm elections lottery. Officials spent Wednesday morning preparing a convenience store in rural Simpson. Ville South Carolina for an onslaught of attention this after revealing that the winning mega millions ticket worth more than one point five billion was sold their state lottery officials held a news conference at the Casey Marta, celebrate the lucky sale South Carolina lottery director, Tony Cooper. Also had some words of advice for the ticket winner. It is a..

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"tony cooper" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"tony cooper" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"You're asking me three different things. But let me get that. No. You're not. No, you're not. Let's get back to you and ask about this caravans. Does she talked about illegal immigration? Who's in the caravan caravan? Why aren't the Democrats with the caravan? Why aren't they talking about the caravan? Where are they this president invited them onto the cabinet room? Last January is said he would make a deal and the dreamers and they choked on their own disbelief and left because they couldn't believe that. This president was actually make good on a promise of several presidents, but he also wants to end chain migration. He also and the the visa lottery system, he also wants to build the wall. So that we can be a sovereign nation with physical borders. Trump is targeted that caravan to highlight his hardline immigration policies ahead of the November midterm elections lottery. Officials spent Wednesday morning preparing a convenience store in rural Simpson. Ville South Carolina for an onslaught of attention this after revealing that the winning mega millions ticket worth more than one point five billion was sold their state lottery officials held a news conference at the Casey Marta, celebrate the lucky sale South Carolina lottery director, Tony Cooper. Also had some words of advice for the ticket winner. It is a. Beautiful day in a very lucky day. We don't know at this point. One person or group of cursing or anything about the data of the player..

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"tony cooper" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"tony cooper" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Terms. The bomb truck that has one to arrange it Rodman's neck where FBI special agent bomb technicians will work with our people on how to get it to the next stop which the FBI lab. So all of this evidence can be examined together. One law enforcement official says those pipe bombs that were sent to several prominent Democrats and CNN were packed with powder and shards of glass. Tesla Motors delivered on CEO. Elon Musk's promised to make money during its latest quarter after fulfilling his pledge to boost production of its first electric car designed for the mass market the company earned three hundred and eleven point five million during the three months ending in September swinging from a loss of six hundred nineteen million. At the same time last year. It's only the third time that Tesla's posted a quarterly profit in its eight year history as a public company ExxonMobil's calling New York's lawsuit against the Texas energy, giant, baseless and meritless New York. Attorney general Barbara Underwood says Exxon Mobil misled investors about the risks that climate change pose to its operations, and she says Exxon quarter investors such as the state's public pension funds with inaccurate information. Lottery officials spent Wednesday morning preparing a convenience store in rural Simpson. Bell South Carolina for an onslaught of attention is after revealing that the winning mega millions ticket worth more than one and a half billion with sold their state lottery officials held a news conference at the Casey Mark to celebrate the lucky sale South Carolina lottery director Tony Cooper, had some advice for the ticket winner as well. It is a beautiful day and a very lucky day. We don't know at this point. Whether it's one person or group person or anything about the deputy of the player, but we do know where the winning ticket was sold. Winning ticket was so here. K mart number seven. Yes. This star will receive fifty thousand dollars the selling the winning ticket..

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"tony cooper" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"tony cooper" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Series moves to LA Friday night on AM, five seventy sports. The first pitch just after five o'clock. Hundreds of LA students have voted and partied at the same time. A DJ video games and carnival activities were right next to where this student voted for the first time voted for my community. I know other propositions, and I looked up like, you know, work. I try to make sure that I got information this sixteen year old participated in mock elections. Myself from south central California, who really can't even tell me the governor. Or one of the senators is something that not okay event. Organizers from power California, say ten high schools registered ten thousand students from the school district in the last year at the LA county registrar main office in Norwalk corporate Carson KFI news in southern California could face federal charges for attacks at political events across the state, and then are accused of planning to incite violence at political rallies in Huntington, beach, Berkeley, and San Bernardino, attacking protesters journalists and police officers their part of a militant white supremacist group called the rise above movement. Prosecutors say the extremist groups ports, antisemitic and other racist views add meets off to train and fighting techniques. So for three men are in custody. Investigators are searching for a force for other members were arrested earlier this month for their involvement in deadly riots in Charlottesville Virginia last year. Monica Rix, KFI news. Former fighter Jason mayhem Miller is facing a new felony vandalism charge. She's accused of. Smashing a large marble table Friday at a woman's home in LA Habra, also allegedly punched holes in doors removed from the home and derailed the garage door. Miller's lawyer says the fighter could go to prison for at least four years for violating probation. It's got a rap sheet. Dating back at least three and a half years news. Brought to you by American vision windows, a new apartment complex in money for the homeless has received more than two thousand applicants for just forty nine units. Lottery. Officials in South Carolina say they know when and where the winning mega millions lottery ticket was sold. But not who bought it. It's not known. If it belongs to a single person or a group the state's education lottery chief operating officer. Tony Cooper has some advice for whoever wanted a deep breath. What that ticket in a secure location? Consult with a trusted adviser ticket is worth more than a billion dollars. The lump sum is just under eight hundred seventy eight mill South Carolina's one of eight states were winners. Can choose to remain. Anonymous, a pair of preteen girls in Florida who claimed to be devil worshippers have been arrested over a plot. To kill classmates students cost Marto police chief Joe hall says a kid who overheard. The plot told the teacher who told the principal who ordered a search of the school hall says the eleven and twelve year old girls were found in a restroom noted that they wanted to kill at least fifteen people waiting and bathroom from the opportunity to find smaller kids that make overpower their victim police if the girls had butcher knives, paring knives and a pizza cutter traffic.

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"tony cooper" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"tony cooper" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"In Boston. The series moves to LA Friday night on AM, five seventy sports. The first pitch just after five o'clock. Hundreds of LA's students have voted and partied at the same time. A DJ video games and carnival activities were right next to where this student voted for the first time for my community. I know other propositions, and I looked up like, you know, work. I try to make sure that I got information this sixteen year old participated in mock elections. From south central California. Who really can't even tell me the governor? Or one of the senators is something that not okay event. Organizers from power California, say ten high schools registered ten thousand students from the school district in the last year at the LA county registrar main office in Norwalk Corp in Carson KFI news in southern California could face federal charges for attacks at political events across the state, and then accused of planning to incite violence at political rallies in Huntington, beach, Berkeley, and San Bernardino, attacking counter journalists and police officers their part of a militant white supremacist group called the rise above movement. Prosecutors say the extremist groups ports antisemitic and other racist views and meets off to Detroit and fighting techniques. So for three men are in custody. Investigators are searching for a force for other members were arrested earlier this month for their involvement in deadly riots in Charlottesville Virginia last year. Monica Rix, KFI news fighter. Jason. Mayhem Miller is facing a new felony vandalism charge. She's accused of. Smashing a large marble table Friday at a woman's home in LA Habra, also allegedly punched holes in doors removed from the home and derailed the garage door. Miller's lawyer says the fighter could go to prison for at least four years for violating probation. It's got a rap sheet. Dating back at least three and a half years news. Brought to you by American vision windows, a new apartment complex in money for the homeless has received more than two thousand applicants for just forty nine units. Lottery. Officials in South Carolina say they know when and where the winning mega millions lottery ticket was sold. But not who bought it. It's not known. If it belongs to a single person or a group the state's education lottery chief operating officer. Tony Cooper has some advice for whoever deep breath. What that ticket insecure location? Consult with a trusted adviser. The ticket is worth more than a billion dollars. The lump sum is just under eight hundred seventy eight mill South Carolina's one of eight states were winners. Can choose to remain. Anonymous, a pair of preteen girls in Florida who claimed to be devil worshippers have been arrested over a plot. To kill classmates. Students is cost Marto police chief Joe hall says a kid who overheard. The plot told the teacher who told the principal who ordered a search. The school hall says the eleven and twelve year old girls were found in a restroom noted that they wanted to kill at least fifteen people waiting and bathroom from the opportunity to find smaller kids that make overpower to be their victim police if the girls had butcher knives, paring knives and a pizza cutter traffic.

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"tony cooper" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"tony cooper" Discussed on WJR 760

"Delivering better care that wraps it up from here in Los Angeles. Tomorrow back in Detroit. I'm not going to know what it looks like. And we will see your between five and seven until then with Kim Brown. This is Mitch Albom saying. This is the great voice of the Great Lakes. News talk seven sixty WJR Detroit. Forty seven degrees at seven o'clock. Good evening, everyone. I'm Marie Osborne. The investigation continues authorities now saying they have intercepted five packages containing explosives sent to various high profile political figures as well as CNN, and they say they are looking for whoever is responsible. Here's correspondent Jeanne. Cassandra's? Now details of this device have not become public at all. But billionaire George Soros who lives relatively close to here in Bedford New York on Monday at three forty five a package was put in his mailbox. He we understand was not home. But someone was they called forties. And here's what we know about that. It was a small device. It was padded envelope. There was PCP PVC. Piping along with energetic material that could ignite. I'm Bob Costantini at the White House. President Trump calling the suspected bombs despicable acts vowing to bring perpetrators to Justice. We are extremely angry upset unhappy about what we would this this morning, and we will get to the bottom of it. The targets of the suspicious packages are persons, plus CNN, whom the president often disparages on Twitter and at his rallies in the East Room, though, he said the nation must unify that acts or threats of political violence of any kind have no place in the United States of America. The president has a rally planned for Wisconsin tonight. Bob Costantini, the White House. Lottery. Officials say there was one winner and the one point six billion mega millions jackpot one ticket. Having the matching numbers sold in South Carolina. Tony Cooper's the chief operating officer of the South Carolina lottery. He says the unknown winner has some time before they have to come forward to claim the winnings. One.

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"tony cooper" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"tony cooper" Discussed on WJR 760

"How does he? Frustrated. I guess you could say. Done again. Flaws. Oh, oh, yeah. By the way, we lost the game. Got a lot of real listening to this the first question. What do you mean by real estate? Yeah. Well, the reporter tried to ask him that. But that's a that's an odd phrase. I've not heard that I own a lot of real estate in his head. So does that mean like he might subdivide real estate? Yeah. Maybe, you know, put two houses on a little piece of Andre Germans brain. How about a foreclosure, man? She going to drill for oil on that property and see if you can get the mineral rights on that real estate that he owns and Andre Germans head nutcase. I own a lot of real estate in one of your Andre Drummond takes that. So well, yes, but it's not the develop -able land. I have the land on the hill commercial, use only. Zoned residential real estate that he has in my head. I wear. In your own a lot of real estate news head you just have this picture of Joel Embiid and a beach chair lying on on like brain matter. Lobe alot real estate. I'm not crossing over to the left ventricle. Stayed on the real the right? Forehead. All right back with more on seven sixty WJR. Seven hundred sixty WJR News, Marie Osborne. The NYPD's chief of counterterrorism says the explosive device meal to CNN's headquarters in New York today appear to be sent by the same person who sent pipebombs to several public figures around the country correspondent Pam Brown. Reporting up five suspicious packages that law enforcement believes are all linked and one law enforcement source described. Why that is one of course is the timing. Wendy's packages were received we know the five locations, including the CNN New York bureau. George Soros the Clintons Obama's and now this congressional mail facility in capitol heights. Maryland, democrat Gretchen Whitmer and Republican Bill Schutte facing off tonight in a gubernatorial debate at the studios of channel four you will hear that debate at eight o'clock live right here on WJR. Former President Barack Obama will be in Detroit on Friday to rally for the. Socratic candidates. He'll be a cast tech five o'clock. Vice President Mike Pence set to return to Michigan to campaign for Republican candidates at rallies in Grand Rapids, and Oakland County. According to the Detroit News specify specific locations for Pence. Visit have not been determined as of yet. Lottery. Officials say there was a winner in the one point six billion dollar mega millions jackpot one ticket. Having the matching number sold in South Carolina. Tony Cooper is the chief operating officer for the South Carolina lottery. What.

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"tony cooper" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"tony cooper" Discussed on WJR 760

"Toyota, Mazda, Subaru and Kia the least reliable brands were Volvo Cadillac, tesla ram and GMC. I'm John Stolnis. Serpent a couple of arrests following a major narcotics rate. Police executed a search warrant at two stores in a strip mall here on Warren and Connor and at two residences in west Bloomfield. They confiscated seventy six pounds of cocaine heroin and marijuana Angelina card shops here my mom lives around here. I'll be honest with you. It's the east side of Detroit. So nothing surprises me at all. Nothing. The street. Value was almost seventeen million dollars four vehicles two handguns and four hundred forty five thousand in US currency was also confiscated the two suspects arrested our Arab males in their thirties. Both are being held at the Detroit detention center. A warrant package was submitted to the Wayne County prosecutor on Detroit's east side, Ken Rogulski, WJR new lottery. Officials say there was a winner in that one point six billion mega millions jackpot with one ticket. Having the matching number sold in South Carolina. Tony Cooper's the chief operating officer of the South Carolina lottery. He says the unknown winner has some time before they need to claim the winnings. One hundred and eighty days from the date of the purchase of the ticket. And we do two things in South Carolina. And I think we did two things. Well, we tell people how to play responsibly. But we also want to communicate to people how to win responsibly..

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"tony cooper" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"tony cooper" Discussed on WTVN

"New York and promised to bring the perpetrators to Justice. At least six devices have been found they were mailed to Hillary Clinton. President Obama former President Obama's CNN and others speaking at the White House today, the president called on both parties to stand together against the violin. These times we have to unify. Why we have to come together. And send one very clear strong unmistakable message that acts or threats of political violence of any kind have no place in the United States of America. The president said quote this agree. Just conduct is a born to everything we hold dear and sacred as American. I'm Pete combs in Atlanta. So far, so good. That's the word from CNN center downtown, although the networks New York offices were evacuated after an apparent pipe bomb and suspicious powder were found there one of several such attacks. There's no indication that CNN Atlanta has been targeted still Atlanta police say they've stepped up their already significant presence around CNN center and officers are in close contact with security at the network. Pete combs, ABC news, Atlanta, South Carolina lottery knows win the winning mega millions lottery. Ticket was purchased. But leaders are keeping quiet for now. The one point five billion dollar jackpot winner was purchased in Simpson. Ville the Casey market owned by c. Jay Patel who will get fifty thousand dollars for playing. His part leaders say they do not yet know if the winning ticket was purchased by one person or a group, South Carolina education lottery chief operating officer. Tony Cooper today. We know what time. The date and. When it was purchased security reasons, we do not release that information until after the wedding ticket is claimed and validated. Number. That's from Luke combs explaining what today is life for mega millions ticket holder in.

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"tony cooper" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"tony cooper" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Eight forty W H A S our top story a shooting this afternoon at the Kroger at Taylorsville road and south Hurstbourne Parkway and happened just before three were told it was a fatal shooting, but no word yet on the victim. Or if there is a suspect. There is heavy police presence on the scene. Today's big national story. President Trump reacting to bomb sent to CNN the Clintons. The Obamas ex attorney general Eric Holder and others were extremely angry upset unhappy about what we. We would this this morning, and we will get to the bottom of it. President Trump not answering when asked if this is domestic terrorism New York mayor Bill de Blasio didn't hesitate was clearly is an act of terror attempting to undermine our free press leaders of this country through acts of violence, President Trump acknowledging angry political speech may have triggered whoever sent the bombs. We have to unify we have to come together. And send one very clear strong unmistakable message that acts or threats of political violence of any kind of no place in the United States of America. No suspects announced yet Andy Field. ABC news. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell, and Senator rand Paul condemning the attempted acts of domestic terrorism today and a statement McConnell said Americans are United in gratitude for the first responders who protect our leaders and public figures from such unconscionable acts Senator rand Paul also issuing a statement saying in part, we should all stand United against the USA violent acts like those reported today against political and media figures, a southern California based leader of a white supremacist group and two members of the group have been arrested in Los Angeles. Robert Rondo was arrested at Los Angeles International airport. He is the founder of the rise above movement federal agents had been looking for Rondo in a criminal complaint. He and members of his group were accused of inciting riots in Berkeley, and in last year's deadly confrontations at the unite the right rally in Charlottesville, two of his members in the rise. Above movement are also under arrest and a third is on the run. Alex stone ABC news, Los Angeles, South Carolina lottery knows win the winning mega millions lottery ticket was purchased. But officials are. Are keeping quiet for now. The one point five billion dollar jackpot winner was purchased in Simpson. Ville, South Carolina. Here's the state's lottery chief operating officer. Tony Cooper on. How busy things have been to probably explain it..

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"tony cooper" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"tony cooper" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Did not come up with any evidence. Leading to Jamie best Gators say they have fielded fourteen hundred tips to this point. And if cleared eleven hundred of them authorities planning to hold a news conference this afternoon. Ryan burrow, ABC news. The winning one and a half billion dollar mega millions ticket was sold at a convenience store and Simpson Ville South Carolina, the state's lottery director Tony Cooper tried to explain the excitement in their office. Probably explain it. I'd have to make up some words, I'm gonna call it pandemonium John Mayer recommending the ticket holders sign the ticket, then hire an attorney and a financial consultant a pretrial hearing for Jeremy Krisztian wrapped up today in Portland Christians, accused of murdering in these murder that is in the stabbing deaths of two men on a max trained in Portland last year, his attorneys want the death penalty removed as a possible sentence. Among other motions, the Oregon Health authority is proposing a so-called syntax on cigarettes, beer, and wine. If approved prices on those products linked praise. Thomas Cremer, owner of on bike brewing and Hillsborough tells KTAR news. He's already paying attacks on each barrel of beer that he sells. I think it'd be best. If they included it into the O el-sisi tax on beer that I'm already paying tobacco would be taxed an extra two dollars per pack for beer and wine. It would raise the cost. Ten percent OH is also looking for a way to tax e cigarettes, those proposals to be considered by next year's Oregon legislature by people died in crashes on Portland road. So far this month in the Portland bureau of transportation's teamed up with the Portland police for crosswalk enforcement starting today at certain intersections drivers who don't stop for pedestrians crossing the street. It'll be cited porn resident Troy Deisler tells K two names he believes the city's traffic is a cause for people getting hit. I just think there's a lot of traffic 'cause there's a lot of pedestrians assist. Congestion. Today's enforcement will be at northeast eighty fifth and sandy boulevard this month. Two people were hit while walking across the street to others were on their motorcycles one was on a bike twenty-seven people have. Dining crashes in Portland. So far this year launch mutes take time for your family and ABC's. Daria Albinger, says it's causing some people to change their jobs. Tired of your commute where people are on the road. More people are working commutes are lengthening McDonald, executive director at Robert Half, which found a quarter of people leave their jobs because of it can go down when there's a bad kid stress can be added to one's life. He says employers can offer their team members solutions to ease that Strauss or mass transit passes pain for parking or subsidizing the parking carpoolers van services. Don't always make them come in telecommuting options are huge in a way to reduce stress. Daria Albinger, ABC. News. Wall Street losses today, douse currently down four hundred twenty points. Nasdaq is down to fifty three the s and p's down sixty. KNX.

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"tony cooper" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

The Ziglar Show

04:44 min | 3 years ago

"tony cooper" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"Even if interrupts a market or some very powerful people not feeling valuable enough to interrupt his lead to passively and feared disagree. It assumes that no matter what I had to say my interruption is never better than the alternative. This is something I am working through. Well, I- Josh, I mean, I just appreciate you sharing that and I just relate to doing as a kid. I was raised in a beautiful loving home by Dan and JoAnne Miller, but I did learn. Learn how to get approval, and I found myself pursuing that sometimes above what it was best, what was best for me and what was offensive. And I would say that that is something I am also always working through, especially as a very conflict averse person because I want approval. I want to want to make people happy. I want to people please. And so I, I'm part of your club there, Josh. I'll come to the weekly meeting too. Tony Cooper here is next. She says from my parents example as well as them forcing us to listen to motivational speakers on road trips. Are there we go. I also learned it from ice skating though it was a high level comp competitive figure skater. Luckily, I had an amazing coach who taught me to treat my fellow competitors with kindness and that winning is about doing my personal best. I learned how to win and lose gracefully how many people Tom were so influenced by again, it's the authorities in life is the parents. It's the teachers. In this case, it's a coach. I mean, we hear it time and time and time again, all my gosh, how many movies have been made about a coach in a sporting relationship like this who has had a significant influence for better and worse as well. But I mean my gosh, it was so many Ziglar stories about that. I think recently I was listening to one and he was talking about Lou Holtz we sites so often, but these people who had massive influence and people's lives and my gosh, how many coaches are part of the Ziglar organization? You deal with tens of thousands of them. Are influencing people's like this is out pretending that they have. Yeah, I love. I love the whole mindset of coach, and I think in our relationships in the office and whatever we're doing in life, where the we view ourselves as a mentor as a coach as a leader kind of that that coaching. That coaching mindset that says, you know what? I want you to win in every area coach Holtz he talks about, I can't remember the official name at Notre Dame, but it's, you know, the kids, the managers who bring the water on the field. They all end up running multi million dollar companies later in life and what do they have in common? They put everything on the line to help everybody else perform the best. Isn't that a powerful thing? So that's that's a, that's a that is just an example in and of itself. And then when you have a coach that can point to this is the way you do it right, like Tony Cooper had and Tony's one of our certified trainers as well. And so I can hear her voice as she says. She's told me many times. Yeah, my parents made me listen to zig on these road trips, and so it's funny how I can't tell you how many, it's probably hundreds now of people who grew up in the automobile listening to dad because they had to. Now they think you know what? That's the best thing that could happen to me. Yes. Hey, that's my testimony. Man. I get to be a little. I'd be a little off off center as a kid, and I'd have to go get an attitude adjustment and listen to zig Ziglar. You'd think it would be terrifying to me at this point, but it worked worked, its magic. Well, here's a, we got a couple more here. Merle roar and I gotta make a call out to Moore who is just retired from. I don't know how many decades of serving at children's homes. These are with abandoned kids, one as a house parent along with his wife. One of the most thankless jobs, hard jobs, heartbreaking jobs that I can in devotion that I can imagine. And I saw it firsthand. I seen what they've gone through just a significant significant offering of lives. And he said he learned from his parents who used the bible as a guide. He says, I don't ever remember not having them in place..

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