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Explosions Hit Military Base in Equatorial Guinea, Many Feared Dead
"Equatorial guinea has appealed for international help following a series of explosions at a military camp. Which killed fifteen people and injured. Hundreds the bbc's wilbur ross. Has more videos from. The scene showed injured people staggering through clouds of smoke to reach safety in a statement. Read out on national television. The president of equatorial guinea teodoro. Obiang gema said the explosion had been caused by the negligence of the team in charge of storing dynamite inside the military base that put an end to hours of speculation over what exactly had happened. It's not surprising that the health services were quickly overwhelmed. These were extremely powerful explosions. That flattened homes and tore the roofs off buildings. That abc's wilbur. Ross
The Lost Cause Myth: The Civil War and Slavery
"High school was ninety nine percent black but we had a white. Ap history teacher. i can't remember her name. I just remember that. She always had a really nice manicure like she had those long nails. In like the most beautiful chris writing but i remember when we got to lake the civil war unit in our american issue class. She was like okay first of all. They're people who we're going to tell you that the civil war had nothing to do with slavery that is a lie. It absolutely had something. Maybe they're gonna talk. They're going to blame it on states rights to blame it on heritage. That is not true absolutely had something to do with slavery. I remember to sitting there being like like like. Why is he talking about. It was decades decades but it was a wild later until i finally heard about this thing called. The loss caused the last. 'cause myth is this idea that the civil war at least from the point of view of the south had nothing to do with slavery that it was about state's rights that southerners were just trying to protect their way of life that they fought honorably and righteously. They were trying to protect their families from this war of northern aggression and that robbie lee who was the head general for the confederate army's was seamus perfect. Gentlemen he didn't even want to fight the civil war in it. Tore him up inside to be doing this. And oh by the way sleigh. Wasn't even that bad. And enslaved people in the south were treated well by their masters and there were loyal to their masters. and that they even fought alongside the confederates. It's a way of buffing and smoothing out all these ugly realities of what slavery actually is into the glossy gone with the wind myth. It's like that's easier to believe right. Yeah that's easier to believe than to think like such horrible horrible. Inhumanity happened right. And you know i've been thinking about the last 'cause lately because on january six we saw confederate flags in the capital in that was truly shocking and then a couple of weeks later i was growing on twitter and i was really struck by this video as we continue our focus on most interesting new books. Cbs navien this guy named ty sidley. He had been in the military for about thirty years. He taught history at west point and he had just retired so we can finally speak his mind in full. And he's talking about how he grew up in the south and had grown up believing in the loss kaz and how robert e lee was his hero until one day he had this revelation that robert e lee was a confederate trader. He was a cruel and someone who believed deeply firmly and really is entire life that human enslavement was the best social system for the south. The result of that work. His new book robert l. e. n. Me and how old was he when he had this revelation. Did you get a sense. He was like forty years old and had a phd in history. So why did you want to talk to so many people like talking about disinformation right now. And whether it's cunanan whether it's believing like the president really won the election you know all these like we're conspiracy theories and we talk about it in this way like it's it's a new thing but you know the loss. 'cause myth is nothing if not like a huge disinformation campaign. And so we've been here before and we also know that it's really hard to have a functioning democracy when like significant portions of the country. Like can't even agree on basic facts and like one of the most basic facts is like. Why did we fight the civil war. And so like if that's the case then like we have to get a lot of people white people to like wake up and just admit. The civil war was fought because of slavery. How did we get white people to dislike. Get on the same page and here was a white person who went through. The problem has done it. Yeah
Six Ways to Let Go Of Mediocracy And Pursue Greatness By Adi Redzic On Overcoming Fear
"Are you mediocre. No one wants to be mediocre. No one wants to admit they're mediocre yet. So many of us are so we work harder. Try harder. People are mediocre because they forgot tore never figured out why they're here and instead of following their bliss they're following safety take an example of a business owner who is scared to branch out and instead sticks with the same limiting mediocre business model instead more a talented employees who was suffocated in her work environment but stays with it because she doesn't believe she could do better or manager who cuts corners to get something done instead of pushing himself for the high level performance. Are you one of these people. Are you settling for less than your potential. Because you're afraid what are you protecting yourself from. Pain failure okay. That's fair but what about pleasure would your life look like if you focused on your strengths. Clarified your motivations let go of cognitive dissonance. And follow your bliss. Bliss is following excitement about life work relationships. You name it. Safety is avoiding pain. The former pushes us to self actualize fully and authentically the ladder wall. It keeps us mediocre. Remember those times when seemingly out of nowhere an opportunity to transform yourself appeared and you experienced fear those your higher self calling you to take your life to another level to not settle for just enough to not be mediocre instead. Invited you to lean in. Take a look at these six ways. I can help you. Stop being mediocre number. One clarify your purpose. Why are you here. What gets you out of bed in the morning. Are you excited. How are you expressing your inner fire through your daily actions. Clarity of purpose inspires courage within us to follow our bliss and overcome fears number to take inventory. Write out a list of things you do on a regular basis both personal and professional including projects. You're working on. What are your motivations for these activities. Be honest number. Three seventy five percent rule. Now test the inventory against the idea that to avoid mediocrity you should be giving at least seventy five percent of yourself to everything you do with one hundred percent being the goal of course if you're giving anything on your list less than seventy five percent of yourself. Why are you settling. Could you do better. Why or why not be truthful. If your answer is a lot of why not go back to number one or check number. Four number four dispel cognitive dissonance creatures of comfort men. At some point in our lives we built a view of the world and personal goals. That would deliver this comfort. This pleasure to us for example you grow poor so making money was important to you fast forward twenty years and you have made some money but something is still missing. That's because that belief is now a trap after all these years that belief has become part of your identity and since it has always been important and must still imporant. It feels that way but what if it no longer is what it morphed into something else. What if it never were was only a function of survival. Not your true desire. Dig deeper for answers and be aware. The brain can play tricks on us. Something may seem so true but it isn't. Don't be tricked. No rob you of grayness. Number five shuffle. After you've completed these four steps what concrete action can you take to change your life. In a way that will lead to more opportunities to give one hundred percent and less situations where you're trapped out of kilt habit or fear and are giving less than you could. Does that mean quitting job seeking out a new opportunity. Starting her business writing that book or seizing a new adventure. Whatever it might be this is your opportunity to step up and transform your life in a tangible way and number six accountability. None of us is perfect and giving one hundred percent on a regular basis or even realizing that we're not and thus falling into mediocrity can be hard to both see an remedy alone therefore i strongly encourage you to identify accountability mechanisms. That helped push you to function a. You're one hundred percent. These could be achieved through self reflection. Mentorship relationships personal and professional developments a partner and certainly a life coach whether you choose one or all of these remember that the path to greatness is only truly possible with others by your side. Doing what scares us is what makes us great safety. Never made any one great. The question remains are you mediocre or are you great
Exploding Fuel Tanker Ignites Enormous Fire on Afghanistan-Iran Border
"At least sixty people were injured as hundreds of fuel vehicles exploded in a massive blaze that tore through customs post in afghanistan close to the iranian border disrupting power supplies and causing millions of dollars of damage the two explosions at the border crossing powerful enough to be spotted from space by nasa satellites. One blast erupted around one ten pm. Afghan time the next round a half an hour later at one forty two pm iranian authorities sent fire engines and ambulances across the border while scores of locals fought the blaze in the border town of islam. Qala before it was brought under control initial reports said the blaze had started after a gas tanker exploded. Officials said later that the cause was not immediately clear why he'd qatari. Governor of the western province of herat said iranian authorities and nato led personnel in. Afghanistan will ask for assistance to help contain the fire which damaged electricity infrastructure. Leaving much of herat's capital city without power thick plumes of black smoke and flames rose into the air around the scene late on saturday. Iran's state news agency quoted jilani had a spokesman for herat's governor as saying the fire was brought under control but that around five hundred vehicles had been burned a western official monitoring. The situation said at least sixty people had been injured. Afghan officials gave a lower casualty toll. But said that number could
Growing Up In Style: "Patterns of the Past" by Susan Choi
"I'm here to introduce a series of original essays titled growing up in style writers on discovering fashion in america in this one the novelist susan choi author of the national book award winning novel trust. Exercises writes about her love of fabric patterns as a child in south bend indiana here susan reading her essay patterns of the past. I hope you enjoy. Historians of fashion seem to agree that by the time i was born in nineteen sixty nine. The son was already setting on the golden age of sewing. But there were few signs of this decline where i was growing up in south. Bend indiana my mother like so many mothers owned a sewing machine and knew how to use it how this come to be. I asked her recently. She gave a verbal shots over the phone from houston where she lives. Now if you read the directions and follow the pattern it would come out all right. She recalled she didn't even remember perhaps because they were as ordinary to her as grocery shopping. Our trips to the fabric store. Oh the fabric store. Even now decades later when google those words and look at the photos my heart thumps with desire to be clear. These are not photos. A fabric for sale online but photos of the interiors of actual physical places where one goes to touch bolts of fabric cards of rick rack buttons buttoned to a stiff cardboard backing or tumbling loose in a jar dispenser displays of threat arranged by color the spools curved surfaces gleaming like candy and every kind of beautiful ribbon in every color and texture and pattern the fabric store. Unlike the grocery store made me hungry the for. What exactly wasn't clear at the time. It was something much larger and much less defined than the outfits. My mother would make me from the items. We chose the fabrics and notions and trim but the outfits i loved with my whole heart and remember as clearly as if they still hung in my closet. The ruffled pinafore made from a white on white print of tiny flowers trimmed with red rick rack and finished with the application juicy. Strawberries on the bib. The shirtdress of multicolored cotton printed with patterns resemble embroidery the truly glamorous halter dress with a triple tiered skirt of pastel. Blue pastel pink. Pastel yellow says my mother now in her eighties on the other end of the phone. I lovingly describe her creations. She is impressed. I remember so while she has zero memory of sowing the any of these things though she does remember making herself address with extremely big sleeves. They were in style that year. She says she wore it a few times and decided the sleeves looked so stupid that she tore them off and wore. The dress sleeveless the fact that unlike me my mother is white exceedingly pale small boned blue eyed and with the cheekbones of film star both oppressed me throughout my childhood. And lay somehow outside of thought even to articulate it now feels uncomfortable but the facts were and remain that my pale blue eyed mother never matched my black haired brown eyed dark skinned self always far darker as a child than i ever get now because i was outside all summer. In an era before sunscreen in elementary school in indiana. I was cast as the lone indian in the thanksgiving play more. Generally i was constantly looked at especially or at least so it seemed to me when standing next to my mother. We didn't match. I harbored a fantasy fearful half escapist that i would turn out who've been adopted from some faraway land. Even my father who really was from a faraway land only explained my appearance without removing. My anomalous miss. He was to novelists himself ends that hunger. I felt at the fabric store. Larger than any one outfit could satisfy for the choosing of the fabric and the notions and the trim was always secondary to the choice of the pattern and the choice of the pattern was never i understand. Now about the pattern it south. It was about the girls the winsome the willowy and the overwhelmingly with token exceptions white girls who modeled the pinafores and shirt dresses and halters the tiered skirts and even the full body. Pajama like halloween costumes. On the outside of the rectangle envelopes housing the patterns. Remember those remember how they were often filed in boxes so that your fingers walked through them as they would later walk through. Lp's at the record store. When i think of patterns my mind says butterick. And i bet that the majority of the close my mother made me were from patterns put out not by simplicity or mccall's but by the butterick company which also produced vogue patterns having licensed the name from conde nast bruising those patterns of my past online where especially at sea they abound as if the golden age of sewing never ended. I have to wonder if i always chose butterick patterns on the strength of the package illustrations alone. The simplicity girls are oddly wooden and slightly mis proportioned the mccalls girls look like cartoons but the butterick girls still quicken my heart. I recognize my secret childhood. Self that lanky limb d- flush cheeked auburn-haired spirited white girl. I was deluded enough to imagine. I might be twin sister to anne of green gables. No less than two miniature area clock recognizing that hopeless longing to be entirely unlike myself delicately white as affirmed by one hundred percent of my world is a part of moving past it and perhaps even a part of reclaiming those buttons and bows those bullets at every possible fabric delicious all on their own after concluding online photos that it might well be the store of my childhood. I called stitch in time in south bend but it had only opened in nineteen ninety. Three there was a fabric store back then an ireland road by the old scottsdale mall. The woman who answered stitch in times phone told me. When i explained where i lived fashion fabrics that turned out had opened in nineteen seventy one just in time for my first toddler outfits and closed just under two decades later having withstood. Even the machine made onslaught of gloria vanderbilt. I know about that story. Because i worked there. The stitch in time woman went on. But before i could exclaim that maybe she'd helped me choose buttons or ribbons. She politely ended the call. An actual customer having arrived looking. I imagine for the modest but real transformation that a pattern and some fabric can provide.
How solar panels are making Puerto Rico communities more resilient
"When hurricane. Maria tore through puerto rico and twenty seventeen. It took out the island's power grid. Eleven months pass before power was fully restored in the meantime some residents went without lights or a waiter refrigerate food at home. I'll a hundred koster dodd. Rodriguez is with the nonprofit. Resilient power puerto rico. She says recovery often took longest in low income communities so her group has installed solar power and battery systems at thirty five community centers in vulnerable areas everything from schools and after school daycare centers to cultural centers. Now these centers do not have to wait for the main power plant and transmission lines to be fixed after a storm and they can help power. The recovering community for example at a farmer led nonprofit in the center of the island. In case there's a blackout than the center. Becomes a hub where community leaders can organized to provide food or have energy to power up medical equipment. Moving to clean distributed. Energy can help. Puerto rico prepare for extreme weather and address inequity at the same time.
Delayed Deliverances: A Devotion
"Delivery nces immediately. All doors were opened and everyone's bonds were on fastened x sixteen twenty six in this age. God rescues his people from some harm. Not all harm. That's comforting to know because otherwise we might conclude from our harm that he has forgotten us or rejected us so be encouraged by the simple reminder that in acts sixteen nineteen to twenty four. Paul and silas were not delivered but in verses twenty five to twenty six they were. i know deliverance. They seized paul and silas and dragged them into the marketplace verse. Nineteen the magistrates tore the garments off of them verse. Twenty two they inflicted many blows on them. Verse twenty three. The jailer fastened their feet in stocks. Verse twenty four then deliverance about midnight. Paul and silas were praying and singing hymns to god and suddenly there was a great earthquake. So that the foundations of the prison were shaken and immediately doors were and and everyone's bonds were unfashionable versus twenty five and twenty six. God could have stepped in sooner. He didn't he has his reasons. He loves paul and silas question for you. If you plot your life along this continuum of paul's initial suffering and later deliverance. Where are you are you in the stripped and beaten stage or the unshackled door flung open stage. Both are gods stages of care for you. He has not left you or forsaken you. Hebrews thirteen five. If you are in the fettered stage don't despair sing. Freedom is on the way it is only a matter of time even if it comes through death unto death i will give you the crown of life revelation to
Trump impeached again
"Just. The president got impeached as all second time. that's happened. in the trump administration. What made this time different is that. Ten republicans voted to impeach including southwest washington. State's jaime herrera butler declare fire enemy. Isn't the president or the president. Elect fear is our enemy tells us what we want to hear. It incites anger and violence in fire. But it also haunts us into silence and inaction. What are you afraid of. I'm afraid of what people will say or think. I'm afraid of being devalued losing my job but i am afraid that my country will fail. I'm afraid patriots of this country have died in vain. Children won't grow up in a free country. I'm afraid in justice will prevail but truth truth sets us free from fear. Truth doesn't guarantee bad things won't happen but it does promise to always prevail in the end it has no shadows where darkness can hide with. Truth comes levin. we could use that right. My vote to impeach. Our sitting president is not a fear based decision. I am not choosing side. I'm choosing truth is the only way to defeat. Fear jaime herrera butler of the vancouver area standing up for truth there central washington's dan newhouse also voted to impeach. He started his speech with some good old. What aboutism madam speaker. This is a sad day in our republic but not a saturday disheartening as the violence we witnessed in the capital last wednesday. We are all responsible. My colleagues are responsible for not condemning writers past year like like those who barricaded the doors of the seattle police department and attempted to murder the officers. Inside that is a reference to seattle's east precinct. Building where some rioters tried to seal the twelfth avenue door with cement while officers were inside on the pine street side of the building. Someone started fire. We don't know whether they were connected. One person has been charged with arson. I don't believe anyone's charged with murder as to his Colleagues who didn't condemn violence. He didn't make clear which colleagues he means. This is house speaker nancy. pelosi september. We support peaceful demonstrations. We participate in them. They are part of the essence of our democracy that does not include looting starting fires or rioting those are they should be prosecuted list after this new house moved on to continue his speech on the house floor voting to impeach the president and he did take some responsibility others including myself are responsible for not speaking out sooner before the president misinformed at inflamed a violent mob who tore down the american flag and brutally beat capital police officers adam speaker. We must all do better. These articles of impeachment are flawed. But i will not use process as an excuse. There's no excuse for president trump's actions. The president took an oath to defend the constitution against all enemies foreign and domestic last week there was a domestic threat at the door of the capitol and he did nothing to stop it. That is why with a heavy heart and clear resolve. I will vote. Yes on these articles of impeachment
Los Angeles Rams, Green Bay Packers Preview: Goff To Start At Lambeau Field
"When i look at the rams i trust everything about the rams except the guy is going to have the ball in his hands. More time than anybody else. That jerry golf. He's a turnover. He's an accident waiting to happen and he's playing with a fractured thumb and the cold weather. And so i believe the packers defense although the not great i believe they can a few turtles out of him. Be a fumble or interceptions. Now aaron donald aaron says he feels great. Aaron donald play with a torn cartilage. Not me i had. That injury are in my ribs door to rip cartilage. Yup i tore my my real ended up when came loose my real extra protrudes a little bit now because there's not intact because the cartilage was torn. It was painful now. I don't know if anybody's ever had that skip. But sudden movements and aaron don lizzy sudden guy giving out a tooth gap and guy and even if he was. I mean just that third to feel that you don't realize how much you use your core until injure and then you realize the simple things brush not putting on your clothes brushing your hair. Imagine trying to play. Nfl football tried to move with three hundred pound man against wheel. Now you've got two hundred. Three hundred pounds man tried to move you against your will so it's going to be interesting to see not no. He's going to get the medication in there and and to calm it down in. So he's going to be very interesting. He might hip. Injury might not be as severe as my he might be able to tolerate more pain the not cooler. But that's not a very pleasant injury to play with in given that and everybody looking for the matchup everybody everybody would talk about. You know what they already talked about. Seventeen versus twenty. They will see jalen ramsey devante. Now i'm not sure how much jalen is going to travel now. I'm sure what jalen lineup was. I don't know if you've got to follow him in the slot. I don't know if he's probably left or right. But i've loved to see that. Because i know at some point in time. He's gonna have to come out on the side of with jason's zone and everybody wants to see that matchup.
Barry Lopez, Acclaimed Author And Traveler Beyond Many Horizons, Dies At 75
"National book award winner berry lopez was famous for chronicling his travels to remote places and the landscapes he found there but his writings weren't simply account of his journeys they were reminders of how precious life on earth is an our responsibility to care for it. He died after a long battle with prostate cancer just months. After a wildfire forced him from his oregon home he was seventy five years old. Npr's dave blanchard has this remembrance berry lopez spent more than thirty years writing his last book horizon. He don't spend that much time on a project without going through periods of self doubt when i met him at his home last year he told me when he was feeling defeated by the work. He'd walk along the nearby mckenzie river. Every time i did there was a beaver. Stick in the water at my feet. And they're of course their workers. So i imagine the beaver were saying. What the hell's wrong with you. You get back in there and do your work up. In his studio he had a collection of the stakes are little tooth marks. It was a lesson for lopez. Every day i walked in that room. I saw the signs of. Don't lose in yourself. This was the world of barry. Lopez beaver could teach you the most valuable lessons. Lopez was born in new york but his father moved the family to california when he was a child. Hugh eventually settle in game. Notice for his writing about the natural world he win the nineteen eighty-six book award for nonfiction. Work arctic dreams at the time he told npr how he approached the seemingly empty arctic environment. I made myself pay attention to places where i thought nothing was going on. And then after a while the landscape materialized in a in a fuller way denied. I imagine that at first glance in lopez books. A cloudy sky contains grays of pigeon feathers of slate in pearls packs of hammerhead sharks in the galapagos. Move like swans million a city park pond composer john. Luther adams was a friend and collaborator of lopez. For nearly four decades he says lopez writing serves as a wake-up call. She surveys the beauty of the world. And at the same time the cruelty and violence that we humans inflict on the earth and on one another and he doesn't with deep compassion lopez experienced that cruelty first hand as a child. He was sexually abused by a family. Friend he i wrote about it in two thousand thirteen. He later told. Npr experience made him feel afraid and shameful around other people. The animals encountered in the california wilderness. Offered something different. They didn't say oh. We know what you went through. I felt accepted by the animal world. Lopez would spend his life writing about that world in particular the damage done to it by climate change. That hit home for lopez. This past september much of his property was burned in wildfires tore through oregon partly due to abnormally dry conditions. His wife deborah gordon says he lost decades of notes and correspondence and much of the forest around the home where lopez had lived for fifty years. He talked a lot about climate change in. And how it's so easy to think it's going to happen to other people and not to you but it happened to us. It happened to him personally. And i think that the fire was just a blow. That not just couldn't quite ever get back from when i spoke to lopez last year. He said he always sought to find. Grace in the middle of devastation is so difficult to be a human being. There are so many reasons to give up to retreat into cynicism or despair. I hate to see that. And i i want to do something that makes people feel safe and loved and capable in his last days. His family brought objects from home to him in hospice. Among the items the beaver stakes from his studio dave blanchard. Npr news
DC police investigate after BLM sign torn, banner torched at historic Black churches after pro-Trump rallies
"Vandals hit black churches during some pro trump rallies in Washington over the weekend. Vandals tore down the Black lives matter Banner and assigned from two historic black churches in downtown Washington and set the banner of blazes. Nighttime clashes over the weekend between pro Donald Trump supporters and counter demonstrators erupted into violence and arrests. Police say they were investigating the incidents at the Asper United Methodist Church and Metropolitan A. M E Church as potential hate crimes. Video posted on Twitter showed a group of men appearing to take down a be a limb. Sign it one church. Another video showed people pouring an accelerant on a BLM banner and setting it ablaze in the street. The incidents followed weekend rallies in support of President Donald Trump, which led to dozens of arrests, several stabbings and injuries to police officers.
Washington DC police seeking church vandals after weekend clashes
"Vandals hit black churches during some pro trump rallies in Washington over the weekend. Vandals tore down the Black lives matter Banner and assigned from two historic black churches in downtown Washington and set the banner of blazes. Nighttime clashes over the weekend between pro Donald Trump supporters and counter demonstrators erupted into violence and arrests. Police say they were investigating the incidents at the Asper United Methodist Church and Metropolitan A. M E Church as potential hate crimes. Video posted on Twitter showed a group of men appearing to take down a be a limb sign it one church. Another video showed people pouring an accelerant on the BLM banner and setting it ablaze in the street. The incidents followed weekend rallies in support of President Donald Trump, which led to dozens of arrests, several stabbings and injuries to police officers.
Vandals hit Black churches during weekend pro-Trump rallies
"Police in the district of Columbia say they're investigating two incidents and historic black churches in downtown Washington as potential hate crimes a pro trump rally in Washington DC on Saturday devolved into violence and arrests with night time clashes between trump supporters and counter demonstrators several people were stabbed in dozens arrested vandals tore down black lives matter banners and signs from two historic black churches footage of the incident showed white men wearing ballistic vests cheering as they sprayed accelerate on a banner that had been torn from the front of the Asbury United Methodist Church pastor released a statement saying the incident was reminiscent of cross burnings and that it was painful to see the name of the church going up in flames DC police say they're seeking more information mayor Muriel Bowser decried the ACCC well organizer's with black lives matter DC criticized the mayor for allowing the attacks to happen Jennifer king Washington
Christmas Do's, Bonuses and F-Bombs with Dr. Gia Wiggins
"And in the best hr person. I've ever met in my life. That is the sweetest thing i've ever heard this week. Get with a bad reputation. Be sincerely thank you for coming on the show. Today is my absolute pleasure as always so we were going to plan on talking about holiday. Do's and don'ts and so. I went back and listened to episode fifteen of cheers to business and it was katie. And i and we did holiday. Do's and don'ts and we pretty much took an article off the internet and just tore to pieces. Basically about do's and don'ts what are some good holiday dues. Well i've got a lot of holiday. Dues for businesses. And you know. I think that are good. You know in general you know right now. My focus is gratitude. It's all that. I've spent a lot of time Just being really thankful and reflecting over two thousand and twenty and all of the fun things that have happened and not so fun things that have happened. And what was the most important thing to me so right now you know when i focus on gratitude of course grateful for clients. I'm grateful for great friendships and alliances. I'm grateful for you. Of course you know that. Tell you that all the time just to call me sweet. I very grateful for you. But i'm also grateful for the lessons that we've learned in two thousand and twenty. I'm grateful that businesses have learned how the pivot in two thousand and twenty and how to deal with things that they've ignored for meany save learn how to pandemic proof their businesses and i can't help but to truly believe that the ability to work through some of those things to bring innovation in their preparing them for what's to come twenty twenty one twenty twenty two and i think the businesses are going to be stronger as a result as we lead thousand and twenty whatever the heck is banned by by no see. I don't wanna do that because my name's karen and my sister's name is katrina and we've had so much fun with our names all over the internet so yeah thank you very much to all you people. So by no person no-name person You actually did the first covid show with me when the pandemic hit you did and you know what we talked about on that show. I bring up. All the time is found a way to reinvent found a different need. Sorry and i am grateful that it forced as painful as it was short term pain long-term game but people have either that or they went out of business they either were forced into doing things differently and it was at the time but is probably a good thing in the long term. Yeah i think so too. I think so too. You have to sometimes win. There's a disruption in the market and they're always disruptions in the marco actions correct and. You have to make a decision. You're either gonna pay attention to it or not. You know i liken it to you know. Let's say for example a bakery. That doesn't you know have gluten free options if you're a bakery that decides not to have one gluten free option. You're literally putting your hands. Your eyes and your blindfold in yourself to the changes in the market understanding that if you focus on that one thing and to publicize it you're going to increase business exponentially. Everybody's like a for gluten free or sugar free or kito desserts and so by taking a look at what the market is doing and making a decision that you're going to run your business a little bit differently. Our offer something net previously. Nobody cared about but now everybody cares about it. I mean you could really changed the path and the longevity of your business if your business does not evolve and change it will die and it should it should nobody wanted anymore is changed to change with it and that is so hard because i think people talk the talk but don't walk the walk the need to do this. I need to do that and then don't do it. Yeah it's out of your comfort zone you know. Life's about choices. Did somebody do this to us. Well it doesn't really matter. It happened so do something. You got to choose what you want to do. That's exactly what's happened. So i'm i'm excited for those businesses. That have discovered you know a new way of doing things and they are doing fun stuff that they've never done before and you can see the spark i shared with you before. I'm a part of a businessman mentor group and a mentor. Couple of companies and even long established companies. That are doing something new and fresh. I mean the spark in their eye. I'm like a bit. That was the spark. When you first open a business. I mean and to cheer and to listen to you. Know them you know sharing things and need to have fee. But it is so exciting. I mean it just energizes me. So that's what. I've been surrounded myself with this year. Yeah it's different because now we're looking
Volunteer's arm 'nearly tore' off during tiger attack at Carole Baskin's Big Cat Rescue
"Run by Tiger King's subject. Carole Baskin, Cool getting getting account lost its cool it Big cat rescue in Tampa, Florida, headed up by Tiger King's Carole Baskin, the sanctuary says volunteer candy Cowser was attacked by a tiger named Kimba and her arm was nearly tourney off at the shoulder. Apparently counselor went into an area she wasn't supposed to to feed. Kimba and the Tiger almost severed her arm, releasing it when other volunteers came running counter was taken to the hospital. Kimba has been put in quarantine, but the sanctuary says you Is just acting like a normal tiger in the presence of food. Jason Nathan's an ABC News
NASA: Mystery object is 54-year-old rocket, not asteroid
"What was thought to be an asteroid orbiting earth turns out to be a wayward NASA rocket astronomers were able to get a look through an infrared telescope in Hawaii to confirm a suspected asteroid discovered in September was really a stage of a rocket sent toward the moon in nineteen sixty six the centaur upper rocket stage from survey or to a failed mission is about thirty two feet long and ten feet in diameter it's expected to return to its own orbit around the sun in March and not be viewable again from earth until twenty thirty six the scientists also spotted another cent tore from nineteen seventy one still orbiting the earth I'm Jackie Quinn
Thompson has torn Achilles tendon, expected to miss season
"Golden state warriors sharpshooter klay thompson tore his right achilles. Tendon they'll be out for another year. Not the klay thompson had choice. But would you voluntarily rupture your achilles tendon rehab for a year and then never really be the same for thirty five million dollars. And that's what klay thompson is. Guaranteed this year. That's his salary.
Warriors' Thompson suffers tear to right Achilles
"The second year in a row. Golden State Warrior play Thompson has a season ending injury. The Warriors say he tore his right Achilles tendon during a workout yesterday in Southern California, ESPN NBA insider Adrian Watching a row ski reporting there's no denying the loss of Thompson to his team. Clay Thompson has an Achilles injury on top of an A C L tear. So he's going to miss two full seasons of MBA competition on Dis is one of the most popular players in the league. Really one of the preeminent athletes In Bay Area history. This is a huge blow. Thompson didn't play at all during the coronavirus shortened season as he worked his way back from surgery from a torrent a CL in his left knee. He suffered that injury during the 2019 NBA Finals.
"tores" Discussed on Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior
"The companies that have ownership so there's three companies told are targeted his company Roussel. The second largest producer in the world. Immediately. Lost habits value on the markets. When this news hit a big flock of highly paid consultants. Dare pasta had on his payroll to mainstream him lead because he suddenly became dirtier than a herpes. No one wanted to be around him. That's the power of sanctions. It was a very strong show by Mnuchin. Some people said it was done a bit too clumsily. It was going to rush through that a lot of thought Lumina markets overall were shaken by that that's what happens. I mean, the whole strategy sanctions is not to disrupt global markets, you wanna do them strategically. So it lessens the impact for western countries that shouldn't be punished, but what what sanctions essentially, do especially in the case of Russia's. Is there strong statement saying we are going to choose human life above profits? And we're going to put all these sanctions on Russia's oil industry, which is Russia being the second largest exporter of oil in the world right behind Saudi Arabia. That's very big deal. Russia camp by all this new fancy western it needs to expand its drilling and expand its oil industry. That was a very big deal. They wanted to partner with Exxon on the Arctic. There was unmatched out of money at stake. They could just do this. And that's why you have Christopher Steele in one of his investigations saying how Putin had a hand shooting the secretary of state and Rex Tillerson fit right in his plan. Because if you have a guy like Tillerson, remember remember, Rex Tillerson as secretary state. He was a guy that said the US no longer stand for human rights. Yeah. The recipient of the order of friendship medal from Putin. Who curiously I need to not seem to want to link to Putin. But anyway, go on exactly so this whole strategy in place. Sanctions not to hurt the global economy. But of course, those people who just love blood money like Exxon like like, Tillerson, the have a bit of a problem with sanctions, they rather choose profits over human life that was that was pretty much a policy. Of Tillerson State Department, explicit policy. So der pastas also Tores for being the all the guard caught on on a yacht with his escort a self-described sex trainer who goes by the name of Nasha ribka. She claims she has tapes proving Russia, Trump collusion shirty posted a video Instagram on board a yacht with pasta Russia's deputy. Prime minister showing them both discussing US Russia relations, very curious indeed ribka was arrested in Thailand while giving sex workshops with croup sex trainers. She spent nine months in type prison and was sent back to her native Belarus, but was kidnapped by Russian authorities during her layover in Moscow and thrown into jail. So today in Russia judge released her was really funny about der pasta just want to say the side note, he's been trying the poor little guy. He's been trying so hard to be mainstream. But he keeps getting exposed. He's. Like the Jan Brady to Roman Abramovich is Marsha like Abramovich owns Chelsea football club. He's like, you know, wining and dining and in London society. I think that Dera pasta could like make all his problems go away if you just buys the Mets and make someone a World Series all will be forgiven because that's how the world works anyway moving on. So we also know dare Bosca as the Russian oligarch close to Putin who back in two thousand six had Manafort on a ten million dollar year contract to advance the interests of Putin's government in western businesses in media two thousand six of course, being that year Manafort bought an apartment in Trump Tower. You know, when the money's coming in you might as well by apartment in Trump Tower metaphor eventually went on to become ten million dollars in debt to their pasta ten million dollars. He agreed to work for free for Trump's campaign and immediately after joining Trump's campaign he emailed his ROY. Right hand. Man Constantine Kalinic a former Jerry you officer with suspected ties to Russia intelligence asking of der pastas operation had seen all the great media coverage and asking how do we get whole with them?.
"tores" Discussed on First Mondays
"Is first of all i believe the first use of the phrase average joe in court opinion so that made me happy but also it's just a wonderfully good way to explain what this law is doing definitely so the reasoning of this opinion largely previews what you kind of already noted she concludes that the minnesota statute doesn't substantially impair the beneficiary contracts that were already assigned in part because it is designed to reflect the contract signatories intent and therefore doesn't impair but instead supports the underlying contract exactly it's sort of like opinion has the whole case has an element to it of like sort of commonsense appeal and arguments against it are really very quite formal arguments and those are appealing to some members of the corden we'll talk about justice course itches descendant a minute but like basically what this is about is like you've got this kind of sensible sounding law laid against an objection that is not insubstantial but that is very formal right yes definitely and we'll get his descent in a second but justice kagan's main reasoning is this roughly approximates what the legislature thought most contracts in tores would want in addition to that it supplies default rule so contracts notorious can redesignate their spouse even after the application of this autumn revocation statute and it probably didn't impair their expectations because even prior to this law divorce courts could issue their own revocations and say look we're going to divide the property this way upon the divorce decree so there was already this kind of expectation that insurance designations could be altered upon divorce and so the statue just isn't that kind of outlandish of an interference in a contract and one thing i wonder they don't think the opinion talks about this i don't know if you have an instinct what if the life insurance contractor what if the designation was in a contract that said and the automatic revocation chaumont apply upon divorce like you write the an insurance contract or something that way i suppose there's no necessary reason you couldn't but like i don't know we'll so i think part of why that's not an issue in this case is because this was challenging the retroactive application of the statute divorce contract so these contracts were signed before the revocation statute i think it's almost certain that contract sign afterwards presumably opt out of.
"tores" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Mean i'm like why why are we giving up on him behind the plate mean the guy i mentioned a couple of years ago wh when i'm in a corner catchers is a person that cares and this guy you know like he does with evident he was the first guy out there every morning bob steel would have those seven o'clock since he's been out there every single day so i you know i i don't think it's the anymore i just think that they feel like um they're set with contrast behind the plate the guarantees you'll be outstanding i dunno if it's chris jiminez this is gonna be uh the backup catcher what could i just feel like they feel like the team will be better uh you know once kyle it's settled in is able to contribute defensively the left field and set now to a topic that i'm i'm guessing you at a very strong opinion about more so than even other things a pace of play and specifically the new mound visit limits of six well um we spent an hour and a half this morning with major league baseball and in particular uh former manager mind joe tori and i i think this thing the three words the come out to leave that i walked away with more than anything was as joe said the dnc is still it's still wet um you know it's it's the the the mountain visits yeah that's been a state they're not going to eliminate this rule but it is like you said it's gonna be like a slide rule uh there's a lot of questions it came up joe tores filled out a full page questions uh that are front office in our coaching staff had for him um there's a lot of things you know what's considered a mound visit uh what happens uh when a pinchhitter comes up what happens when the catcher forgets let's say together the question i we'll just see the catcher for gets and he goes to the math now you've got to take that that that out.
"tores" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Eight seven seven three three seven six six six six if you want you can tweet to show act jodie mac man j o dui amac amac yet tony wants tom giants draft what's up town jodie mack your dave how are ya i'm good um i just want to ask you a good giants question i know a lot of people wanna talk baseball saw just let you know before i start i have a great baseball story for you if you want it tells me i'll get won't be quick question about football with the giants i really believe that if say that brown's take aj mccarron then they take barkley off the board the judge you're gonna go quarterback but if barclays available you can you not agree that with the second check your best available player the giants should take barkley the ice okay because i've had so many people disagree i'm glad you agree because i think they should go get off links of wine help later i the eu i as one of the most trustworthy and i mean you've never gets injured quarterbacks loaded shoot years so i'm glad you agree here's the baseball story for you and 19 ninety six yankees championship they go to celebrate their championship dinner joe tores favorite restaurant hajjis clinton in mind is the maitre d and he invites my friend than ice has come down to the restaurant holds teams going to be here celebrating the championship so i go down to the restaurant all the guys who there wade boggs with his cowboy boots bernie williams everybody wade boggs gets mass and he starts thinking with a barber shop quartet.
"tores" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"That dry humping guys is something that i feel very strongly about and it that's a lot of wear and tear that's needless and if i haven't prepared the right way that will happen now make something clear i only want to play that clip because it will related to something we talked about yesterday and that was guys warming up in the bullpen and starting and stopping i did not want to play that clip because of the phrase that mickey callaway uses which is a very creative phrase it was old only about the fact that that was very much in context what we talked about yesterday so now we know that it's referred to as dry humping which i think i heard before but was it from callaway himself did he was that before dove i think socal from sweeney's tweet today it seems like it's been used all over baseball sixtenths sweet asks yankees relievers gave him a term us more family friendly and they couldn't we'll have that's just the term them i mean i think we just have to live within and explain that that term now means it doesn't mean anything else it means simply warming a guy up sitting him down warming up sitting of that warming him up and setting him town so they could callaway is the best for now early start screwing up in the eighth inning just edward contact yes please war relevant because if his plan of bullpen by committee not just any reliever but since had no set roles yeah yeah yeah it was yes but having them get up and down to of you know when that happens a lot and i give you a great example of this can't use them i mean it's come on like that's the phrase that is being used dry humping with a reliever the best example i could think of in oregon with this marrianna rivera yogis marlins two thousand three world series one of joe tores biggest mistakes he ever made in my opinion and i think we've talked to joe about it i think torii hunter's story actually admits it was a mistake i think torii will we says the job chamberlain bug thing and not taking the guys off the field was the biggest mistake but if you remember back.
"tores" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Welcome back it is frankie boy aaron joining us now is you know this is a pr firm that that mark oldman has been in television he's been in the industry radio for so many years and has obviously had had his pulse i'm in all of it he founded goldman mccormick many years ago i think it's about fifteen years now and he also has founded hemp public relations which is an agency that specializes in media placement for those in the marijuana industry the this industry and he's he comes on ferriol fairly regularly in an irregular segment right here on cannabis talk agency with frankie boyer because we talk about the business we talk about the pr piece of it and it's always so wonderful to have him on an and so what's the the hot news this week mark oldman thank you thank you for having me on my favorite day uh friday uh database agency uh there is a you know by the few hot stories first of all the big hot story is tores business opportunities a weight as i'm aerial malls cannibus tells lounges and rvs in our ontario categories wayne recreational cannabis consumption in hotels lounges in orbit he's a move that would create a potentially huge new tourism industry in canada's most populous uh city in the province uh th if the rules are adopted according to the ah in these three resources and leaders you know uh the proposals either it's so fascinating because today in uh worcester outside of boston when the largest city outside of boston his whisker and there is a private lounge private you cannot sell you cannot sell you cannot do business transactions but you can come in and eat edibles or smoke or do you would ever you want and it's.
"tores" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"A little better ralph in yonkers high ralph hi guys how're you doing i am i just wanna get a couple of things out just let me finish and then i'll hang up and listen to you guys i always talk about the same thing whenever i call because it's just so frustrating to me and i thought i'd like to put it in this um in the perspective looking into the future just what watching baseball or football might be like in ten years and i think we're going to get to a point it's gonna take too long they get there but everything's gonna be repayable because they're going to figure out how to do it quickly which say they should already know and again i called on this before um you know ah and now i would like somebody to say to joe tori or the commissioner even better but joe tores does more interviews you know if he's like a too easy i'm when it comes to three thousand somebody the phrase the question and it's got to be phrase nicer than i'm about the phrase it but show what are you think when you're watching a baseball game and they go reviewing a play and you see the first or second one in you know the answer yet the umpires halfway through the dugout because he's got a job to the dugout to put the stupid year we cecil time let me just finish but again i would like to see somebody asked that question like that don't you feel embarrassed joe when that happens is but to me again they're going to get to a point wherever these in reply because they're going to know how to do it quickly but also i want well we're going through because you can do it without even knowing it joe if they do it correctly but the other points the other question i wanted to ask was i think there's a chance if sound can become a big part of it if games in the future as far as trying to get young people to watch i i just see that happening wouldn't it be cool to hear what the catcher saying you the when the mic layers the problem is not gonna show you the.
"tores" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Again a second baseman a lima second and he go after machado ill is is hicks a center fielder in a because if hicks can't play center field and wait a doer them may stand the fulltime dha i don't think so scott argued malik and all your on the fan i don't saudi arabian how you great graham regi threat dan i'm going to be fulltime dh he's brittle in sport it'll get started every year uh alley joe tores used to say take just like taking a half day off uh they'll put him about their once in a while substitute for judge and the two big guys will get a chance to uh you know the h and uh not beat up their bodies mm and uh there's you got hicks me outfield these uh you know he has played steffi accu you replace seven so i found issue uh you got the phrase you kid can play left i give it a garden right els berrios where he gonna have these punchers funny but you gotta you ever anyway i think i mean miles the truth i i mean he's gotta go he just needs to keep you know he bring up the phrase it and he doesn't get to play that much amini you they'll play i hope so i like him i like i like the trade of i think he's the old fashion and flesh john what's up so but you know what you've got so many young guys you could probably if you wanted to package them a bunch of them you good lord knows what you might get for them well then eased anyone starting pitcher yep yeah i like to see she she came back yeah officially the veteran even invited me of uh a big tommy john uh he kept in a game you know what i mean and it's also what with kevin said you know he such a leader with the pitcher's you know you can't really put a price on that i i could see him debt bringing back at least for a year i think eighteen urgent anything area uh the this teams low this is really love they got a lo young pitching coming up.
"tores" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Know your worry that that guy could eventually take your job hello jerry manual for willie randolph i get that but this is a guy who i'm i'm certain knows baseball and he certainly knows pitching he did a pretty good job of the pitching coach for the indians but i think you want experience on a staff especially when you're rookie manager yeah yeah i'd hope for that and it hold that say the oldest in in the met higher abs give him the power to pick guys he's comfortable well we all hope you see where kevin long videos waited of nationals looking at and for the national member fear like bs it's true their best body had anything to and i again let me kevin wong wanted the managerial job is sounded like he was a serious candidate for the manager how about the fact that the mystery guy they talked it was marked the rosa is that right yeah wachtel rows of mets gave an interview to mark the roger if he was a local guy him he believes from jersey i mean why would you talk that the rosa why not get a look i mean you're eightyear why nagas that extra of why don't you look at some of the managers in fact look at the two managers that are managing in the air it looks in huge aj hinge and dave roberts to former players aging inch with a catcher dave roberts of course was an outfielder remember him with the big stolen base sometimes former players that you don't think of as a manager could turn out to be financed through i liked the generally good managers of not former really good plays ivy generally that's why works out in the right time palmolive has been an exception joe tores joe joke sheff he's the rules but most of the time that's the way and if you are of the opinion that don mattingly's a good manager don mattingly being with an hour if that's european i don't know if i would say i would neither but i'd rather be kind for i do like the fact i remember when the search began with scared me was the mets hiring a guy that they know a guy they're comfortable with weather jeff willpower comfortable with them our sandy alderson comfortable with them a guy with met connections all that stuff overrated so.
"tores" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Rookie in marietta was coming on as this great elite setup man i think there were higher expectations ninety six team then there was this team not rosy rebuild and while not only annapolis you back even a year 94 the strike year owner of the lot valued at he was on it's way to world series there or certainly on its way to play all have salute as the came out of nowhere i asked my on this team added this is a team that people would say wasn't gonna win eighty games this year well let's island labatt i will give you a comparison i think fits better and it's not the yankees i would say more the 84 match like a team that yes yawn there yet outlook people may think make the playoffs live with a different form the hip and boy motive if there was what you have if it was what it was in eighty four these thieves not of the plant right so has nascar at now this deep go out with a world series is very possible and then why would you compare think the did make the playoffs but the ninety six team and i remember well unexpected asians yes sir the comeback against humanity w also joe tores first yards in his ten th you now so that's another aspect item that's different idled see as many parallels as yeah i guess my cajole shermans yet but it that way yet hasn't been it isn't a great rug well numerous monarun right in a way it's better about night let's go to matt in new city him matt what's up how are you a with grown up vote you know what type of not the beginning talking about the deep times of the game you know not only her period but you know when i was a kid i would you know i'm a baseball junkie i they up all night play hooky but i i gotta go to work now so i was all excited all day for the game and by the fifth bidding you know my eyes or clothing so i've been picked up when got to address it because not only of they've taken you know 'upandcoming potential fan but even ban cuban baseball fan forever can't watcher game that they've been waiting all your for absolute as drew amin thanks for the.
"tores" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Muster i did the show last night with mark to share and david ross and they were they were borderline angry at a major league pitcher of this calibre would not take the ball in a situation like this and elimination game they were they could not understand how this was happening yeah and i told this story in the podcast before i'll tell it again here my experience from covering the yankees in two thousand one the yankees were in the midst of a terrible series of days of travel and rain delays in playing games past midnight roger clemens pitched a game against the marlins on july 14th all day played a game in philadelphia on july seventeen the team the next day after playing a night game in philadelphia that was delayed by rain they were scheduled to play daynight doubleheader in detroit okay so roger clemens pitches on july fourteen he's not scheduled to pitch in the daynight doubleheader the yankees arranged to call up a minor league pitcher name adrian hernandez to pitch the first game of the double header which is to start at 1 o'clock the yankees flight arrives in detroit at five six o'clock in the morning day had broken a dawn had come in the players sort of fall into bed there's no batting practice of course uh the team buses are arriving at at america park at some time around eleven fifteen eleven thirty joe tores tells players get as much sleep as you possibly can.
"tores" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Lorde we got time for a few more your telephone calls devils hockey coming up then tom is calling from cornwall what's up tom hey how you doing i love your show man love love live appreciate um i i just have a quick thought on our already walking up the uh looking at the video i really don't think that he has a lotta respect were and find a wave just because of all the work but in order to fake he making i think i'm getting his initial reaction was when it happened and pants has looked at dog out that he didn't really believe him and i know it on out of the box thinking but it was a delayed response to them even look at it and and why wouldn't you review it if you're catcher and you played at listen all your life you're going to look at your catcher allow compton on here you're gonna try that's why they're there she's away from where it happen and i think and i think that way the negative effect on him whether he's gonna and that's why i think you struggling with all eu reasons because i don't think i think that is reason and he you know he's very robotic and i think there's a lot of strain with a lotta friends that it was saying they view the strained with employers because i i listen to be working here is this right off the agent over body and i don't think when you have to have a feel for something i don't think he could recognize when he and again i think is a good manager i don't think the batman well you you hit on something that so difficult for us to calculate in that your handling of players that's what you'll tori did so well i he was joe tori the greatest strategist of all time maybe not but boy did he do a hell of a job handling that locker room and that was an easy with the expectations with the owner with the star power spot part of why joe tores a legend so it's tough to measure how gerardy handles that locker room and the respect he has of players rolled is chapman is an absolute clown he just is look we all agree joe girardi had a rough night last night and it's one thing for you as a.
"tores" Discussed on MLB At the Plate
"Yes it is for it how about that the icu at odds that here in la was what fifty seven fifty eight is the eight fifty seven was the last year in brooklyn so walter allston was the manager and fifty six alter also went for brooklyn to la up manage a the that means you manage a 1950 55 brooklyn dodgers only at team and the brooklyn dodger history to aggressors i know my grandfather lived and died with that team he live right by right by ebbets field oh yeah and i are at all the stories e c duke snider walking around downs the everybody walking around town it was like little neighborhood and then when they left they ripped everybody's heart and they went to la and they won a whole bunch of world series so it it's amazing last but not least the 1987 ivs don mattingly hits his majorleague record six grand slam of the season 1987 dominating a one of the great seasons in the history of baseball and for those of you that in are familiar with baseball back in the 80s man don mattingly was the biggest player in the game he was like ten times as popular as air and judges right now don mattingly was the man don mattingly a been a game a time is one of my favorite people just who is how hard he works at what he does manages the marlins now a hardiman la as first hitting coach and then as the manager when joe tores stepped down.
"tores" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Gazeta the strike zone it was countersuing a east or a bowl throw serving joe tores actually come out said how bad of an umpire he is and fans nel is establish job that a union i guess view that bad i don't know wow to fair question i bogus what's going on here yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah affiliate boy you boy look look at the moslemled yes let's see what are you doing causes not to cross nodded ages loko the but on bore keep it up limited doing all the weightlifting yeah well look ensure those fifteen pound dumbbell zago momma lives she does actually ed she's a fan what about your wife lukewarm at the theft of our fault he's like always so me one hundred twenty two yards in the air for matthew stafford on monday night football but that was enough to get detroit in the end zone when necessary against the giant like rocket five matthew said he's got a fact the path matthew pressure wells right set frozen thought about caught herokee brought thought staff detroit lions oh matthew that happened with his feet the pressure cane he stayed alive capitalised six zand miller on lions ready second touchdown pass that i from stanford followed and eli manning pick which negated a stafford fumbled the alliance never.
"tores" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Why we get to raw chase heavily i mean save yankee fan he argued visit called up in april the child thought chase headley was gonna hit four hundred this year others say what i can't wait to get chase heavily on its own but here's the deal you gotta rip giardi yet gotta be consistent yes john gotta be consisted igadd say tori deserves credit easy was joe tori but gerardy doesn't deserve credit because you joe girardi makes sense he's anybody co wanted 2000 died but the yankees work in ninety eight ninety eight now let's remember the team remember our dominate that team was that ninety eight team it was joe tores magical touch that led them have that kind of a year i mean come come on now i tori bad interviewed a number of times you'll guy deserves credit i give credit to tori deserves credit gerardy deserves credit and those that go out there in the that go out there in an unduly criticized gerardy game in a give out i mean the may can't do anything right the point where he takes a guy out it's about the last night that struggling put sooner reliever a chad green that is big great this year right green is a disaster last night the egg he's comeback miraculously get a break.
"tores" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Commissioner's office alleging that a personal vendetta between him ngo tori as well as racial discrimination has hindered his career advancement hernandez saying that tories grudge dates all the way back to when he managed the yankees and heath contending baseball is not doing an adequate job of promoting minority on pious interesting this waterbased based on their hands his say i mean for all the good things that rob manfred is done and i think the people ready for bud selig to go he's had a couple of quagmire said we talked to tamper duty and yes shell about how the lack of action in baseball games is really starting to hinder them because the home run of the strike out there's been so much emphasis on those two things you just don't have a lot of balls in play and that has been really difficult this is going to be another one although it does seem like it's like a personal yes side of that data with joe tori telling each other and add is what it's all about it's not all about you he made some peta very public criticism of hernandez as an umpire and there was something back all the way back in two thousand one right yeah aston internet is as he does had the big strikeout call i think he's the bowlin era i'll not the karate kid much sure la buyer said the two thousand one right tori said that hernandez's jail i wanna be noticed over there ivy tories talked about the relationship between umpires employers that needs to be improved but i i'll tell you i mean there's nothing there's not a racist bone and joe tores body i mean there's there's nothing there's nothing there's no discriminatory in joe tores body having being around him have an interviewed them they're just i mean there's just knives uh you could you could talk about him beat him what he is a marriage or whatever you can may be critical of the job these though would major league baseball to it extensively decisions have been may but there there's nothing there's no cruel intention or or anything of of of that nature when it comes to joe tour i think what data is what this loss it is saying is that the institutional yet uh the.
"tores" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"But you mention that other guy gets five or six times the amount against his you know what my the giants were laughing yesterday because they thought they had won because harpool was out of nine innings four different times little reliever was going to miss warning tore three all i wear they won this in don't let a win so why i ate always david stern buddhist now we saint joe tores that a commission abe's in charge is a big figures and they seem afraid they seem afraid to go after the antagonists when their sport has the situation is disappointing looked larson he's not the commissioner where's the commissioner where is for it step in and say policy from now on that's right could put a he relies on tories and tori should get all this wall wrong is weak it was way the bad blood of course says mention from hunters strickland stemming from a pair of homers that gave up to harbour three years ago what's that are all night espn radio padres a two one win over the cubs chicago's now lost sixstraight games the longest losing streak under joe madden certainly a speedbump for the defending champions beyond pedro gomez the starting rotation has not really been hitting on all cylinders and you know there there's a couple of guys and that rotation that are getting up in age but the biggest concern has been the offense because this is a young offense that should not be hitting as poorly as they are the biggest issue they've had is hitting with wonders in scoring position over the course of these five games that they've lost in both the three in la and the two in san diego the last five days they are to who for thirty two.