35 Burst results for "Twelve Seconds"

Inside Jimmy Butlers Psyche

ESPN Daily

05:06 min | 1 d ago

Inside Jimmy Butlers Psyche

"Nick for Dell I WANNA start in a very important place here. The question that everyone I think is obsessing about at this point in the NBA playoffs. What the Hell is going on with this coffee business that Jimmy Butler is running. Twenty Bucks Cup twenty bucks it is some high level stuff from everybody who has had had a taste of big face coffey. Why is this guy selling coffee? Why is this happening because he can Pablo Nick Fidel is a staff writer for ESPN WHO's been covering Jimmy Butler ever since he entered the League in two thousand eleven this guy brought a French press with him into the bubble because he wanted to make sure that he had the very best coffee that there was. So in true entrepreneurs style. Jimmy is charging twenty bucks a pop cash only as he's said repeatedly. Last couple of months to teammates or whoever else wants the show up and and give them some money because I can't get coffee nowhere here that's my bump it up to thirty bucks a cup just depends people here can afford it. So anybody complaining. Through the years it's only the best for Jimmy, Butler on a lot of levels in in the coffee is the latest example of that. So we're GONNA take a deep dive with you into Jimmy Butler today but let's start with the most recent stuff because they're coming off this Saturday night loss against the Celtics they still have a two one series lead game four is Wednesday night but on Saturday night in game three, the heath tendency to get behind early finally did catch up with them and in the final minute when they're flirting with yet another potential comeback. We saw Mr. big face coffey himself sitting on the bench. Usually, in these situations, look beyond the floor and I don't know of Jimmy Barbara asked out or injury does not back in the defensive possession. Especially Butler. Meeting offense who In the same reasoning behind. So. What was going on there? Eric's bolster said flat out that. He's fine. There wasn't an issue. Babo I've watched Jimmy Butler. For years and years to take him off the Florida eighty point is a struggle because of how bad he wants to be out there but to take him off the floor at the end of a playoff game. I just wondering if if there's something lingering that we should all keep an eye on but. In fairness the Spoelstra he did have a bunch of shooters on the floor, and I, know Jimmy has hit some big three's over the course of the playoff bubble the last few weeks but that is not a strength of his game. So maybe everybody is telling the truth and maybe Jimmy's GonNa be fine but my Jimmy radar went off at the end of that game big time because you you just can't take him out he wants to be in there until the very, very end. So. Certainly, certainly something to keep an eye on. That is absolutely something to monitor, but prior to all that happening game three nick in this series, and in these playoffs, the Miami Heat have been surprisingly impressive as a five seed. They're currently ten and two in the playoffs, and with this two to one lead, they still have over the Celtics. Their hands are still on the steering wheel and the one guy steering all of it. The one guy at the center of these comebacks gave them that lead is Jimmy Butler. So. When we look at Butler's clutch moments so far. Which one stick out to you. WHO As far as Jimmy in this series. Those first few shots. Down, the stretch in game one. Everybody's focused on Bam's block and it really is one of the best there's ever been. Sky. With the block and rejection. That is a ridiculous defensive play. Aside. From that, you're watching. Pablo. Early in those games especially in the first one, they're just throwing body after body after body. Jimmy. And in the fourth quarter, he's making tough shot after tough shot. Shot Praise God Jimmy Butler giving Miami the lead with twenty two seconds to go. Butler against Tatum drives them Deep Pang. Shot up and then and one Jimmy Puckett's delivering again, twelve seconds to go over time you start seeing steals and gave to your like there's no way in the world that he would have won that game without him poked away by Jimmy Butler all the way down the other end Butler leaves it and crowder puts it in Jimmy Butler in the last four minutes delivering for the heat. Heroes made some shots and and drag it has been there over and over but it's Jimmy who is setting the tone.

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The Strange Death Of Jos De Jess

Latino USA

06:01 min | 3 weeks ago

The Strange Death Of Jos De Jess

"The first video has four hours of surveillance footage from May twentieth two, thousand, fifteen the day said died the video is grainy and it has no sound and this is on the day of his death on May Twentieth Two Thousand Fifteen. So, let's start. This surveillance camera is looking down at what seems to be one of the medical units at the detention center. In the video, we see detainees walking around some are on crutches to others are being pushed around wheelchairs. This is clearly a low level holding area. So remember this is the point at which say is still locked up by himself, but he's no longer on suicide watch he's been downgraded and we don't really know why and now he's being checked on every fifteen minutes by a guard. That's what say that the shower area maybe. Yeah. At about two thirty PM, we finally see Jose, we see two guards walk up to his cell, an escort him out they walk into the back of the frame and he walks into an area that the camera can't see. But we know from police documents that this is Jose took a shower minutes. Later he's escorted back to his cell. This is the last time Jose is seen walking around, and it's the last time he leaves the cell where he dies. About, three hours go by surveillance footage and every fifteen minutes a guard is seen walking by says door looking in and writing something down on a clipboard hanging outside his door. These are the checks that the doctor ordered and yes, the guard does come by every fifteen minutes although he doesn't spend much more than a few seconds looking in when he walks by then at the five thirty PM check the guard doesn't just walk by this time he looks in and then pauses exam. At Five twenty seven stairs. Knocks on the door. To host cell. The guard is bending over looking inside through a cutout in the door that they used to give detainees their food, and he continues to bend down for a couple of minutes perhaps calling out his name, and now he's standing there looks unsure looks in again. Doesn't look as call now he's moving quickly to sign that he realized something must be wrong. So they've got a detainee looking in the door probably speaking Spanish. No response he comes back with a few more. They opened the door for a second and then quickly shut it again, one by one five guards and two nurses gather outside the door waiting for another guard to come with a protective shield seven minutes have gone by since the guard found him unresponsive finally, they opened the door and move in. This is where the second video comes in. It's a hand held video taken by a guard in that very moment the moment, the guards and medical staff enter hoses sell. My God to watch my God Oh my God. All right. So the first thing we see is actually just to stop frame. Of some feet. Like looking like they're running. Video is allies. To fifty three. This is going to be intense people. Did. The video starts with Jose lying face down on a green mattress. He's not moving and the first guy that goes in puts a riot shield on his back. Jose is still alive but unresponsive. Over there. Let's as clearly making choking sounds and his body is entirely limb. Somebody misdiagnosis and says, he's having a seizure. Somebody else says if you see just leave him there. He's having a seizure. Another guard grabs as arms pulls them behind his back and puts handcuffs on them. That's when the shield is removed. The medical staff takes his pulse. Meanwhile, someone gives an order to take the handcuffs off. One of the guards seems to be having a hard time finding the right key and then fitting the key in the handcuffs he struggling to get them off of Jose. Because it's taking him. So long another guy tries to help him get the hangups. Off. Almost one minute goes by before the handcuffs are removed. Out. To give you an idea of how much time a minute is. That was just twelve seconds of it. Right after the handcuffs are removed, the video stops. We've been reporting on this case for so long we've met Jose's family and we felt like we knew a lot about him and yet this is the first time that we've ever seen him. The footage is haunting and yes, it leaves us with some answers but with even more questions, it's possible that they're doing everything by the book, but there's No way around it is that looking at it? You know looking at them like spend forty, five seconds fiddle with keys on handcuffing while a man is dying is super hard to watch. You know we know what happens. We know he dies. So we just watched the last two minutes and fifty three seconds of somebody somebody being alive. It's a lot. And knowing what we know now, the people in that room didn't know but we know that will we're watching is somebody who put a sock down his mouth. So far down his throat, we can't

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The Sacred Art of Listening

Tara Brach

04:30 min | 2 months ago

The Sacred Art of Listening

"Like to begin tonight with a story I heard from a a minister who described is giving a sermon, one Sunday and hearing two teenage girls in the back giggling and disturbing people, so he says I interrupted my sermon and announced sternly. There are two of you here who have not heard a word I've said. That quieted them down. And when the service was over I went to greet people, the front door and three adults apologized for not listening and for going to sleep. And Church and promised it would never happen again. So. Tonight's talk is. Titled The Sacred Art Of Listening And I'd like to begin by asking you in terms of inquiry. How many of you feel that? You have intention to become better listeners. It's just one of those ongoing intentions I just say. For those of you that are listening to a podcast that was almost everyone. How many of you feel like you have quite a ways to go. That's okay. It's not easy, and we have strong strong habits of being distracted or preoccupied, or when other people are talking planning what we're going to say or judging. It just like any training in presence that listening is this sacred art. The comes alive when we're deliberate and we're really practicing. So we need to put in the ten thousand hours. You know that we have. It's ten thousand hours to have some mastering in anything. It takes a commitment. To bring this practice of ours of mindfulness into relationships and really listen and without practice. We don't without having some formal way of practicing. We don't seem to do it. We have a lot of patterning we stay in. So I found. That would often will motivate. People is when one or more relationships start obviously deteriorating when they run into trouble and. With a team with your and or with partner, whatever there's a misunderstanding or conflict, and it just keeps spiraling, and clearly it's happening because one or neither neither party. is able to really listen and a way to understand what's going on. Listening and feeling heard. Are really the ground sevigny mature relationship. Love relationship. Listening being able to listen and also feeling that we are heard. So What happens is then we look at our culture and say well. What's the? What's the water? We're swimming in and attentional deficit all over the place. Some of you might have heard this. This is according to the Center for Biotechnology Information. The average attention span of a human being has dropped from twelve second. That was in in two thousand two eight seconds in two thousand and thirteen from twelve to eight. This is one second less than the attention span of gold. Fish Man Amazing. Now, we're going in the wrong direction here. So, here we are. Losing attention, span and Nicholas Carr wrote a book called the shallows, and if anyone is interested in this kind of thing I I thought it was a a really great book. And He talks about how the effect of Technology on our brain. And how increasing cyber world being plugged into the Internet has actually activate an improve parts of our brain parts that can take in a huge amount of information and very quickly process it in distributed. Huge Information But what's been deactivated is the parts of our brain that can concentrate immerse, and really absorb information in a deep way where we bring in our own understandings, and we've it to have it become new learnings. Shallows wide shallow. So the more plugged in. We are the Internet in front of the screen, the less capacity to concentrate. To Immerse Anta listen.

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"twelve seconds" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

01:49 min | 4 months ago

"twelve seconds" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Five minutes and twelve seconds left to play in this bowl of water of the first Super Bowl the meeting of the champions of each league Kansas city of the American Football League Green Bay of the relatively venerable National Football League and implantable about once again and finally planes go down as I was moving along the line ahead of the snap and it's going to be called against Kansas city illegal procedure they came up ahead of the count and it's going to cost them five yard and actually let's see movies at all it's going to cost him seven yards we put it on the wrong side of the fifty yard line well sort of going back to the Green Bay forty nine and then the back to the Kansas city forty nine I think somebody's discovered that little situation recalling the holding up for a moment and the officials are going to get together and the there was a set up shop buys down there well it's right back up with somebody's forty nine yard line and that was placed in the wrong one but now it's at the Green Bay forty nine in the second item fifteen yards to go the better calling the signals for the Kansas City Chiefs fifteen leaves out now second and fifteen but they're going back to throw the rices brother they've got it Bob brown coming into defensive end on the left side of the pack a line just be better to somebody Mr blocking assignments and brown sale right in the knocking down on the Kansas city forty yard line so it's third down now let's add this up ten twenty twenty seven yarders.

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20 Minutes With The CMO Of Crossrope

20 Minute Fitness

08:33 min | 5 months ago

20 Minutes With The CMO Of Crossrope

"Well surge. Welcome to the show firstly. Thank you very much for taking your time. Talk today now. Thanks for having been really interested in this topic. It's something that I've always tried to do. The pulse like I'm sure many people that have customers of the past said they struggle with it and they give up so we're talking today about jump. Raven crossroads in particular. Can you give us a bit? More context about crossroad. An-and really how you came to be involved with with with business. Yeah absolutely so cross up. It's a it's a unique jump rope. Workout experience We created some time ago. Really with with this idea of giving people a funny way to get fit you know wherever they go And we'll get into the benefits of jumping rope. I'm sure but I joined the business back in two thousand and fifteen but really been jumping rope probably for the past ten twenty years. I'd say I think I I. I picked it up when I started boxing back university on known to go to tool for endurance and whatnot and I found that it helped a lot with my work that I played a lot of basketball growing up and still do and then you know even when I put the boxing gloves down. It's just one of those tools that have always kept around in my gym bag and enjoyed using it as a one tool. Eventually a came across the crossroad system. Back in two thousand twelve two thousand thirteen when it? Kinda I got introduced to the market became close friends with our CEO. Right right now and in the system similarly changed the game for me. Kind of became one of my go-to tools. It's really because of its unique design about our systems. We've created interchangeable set of jump. Ropes where you can easily clip in different weights and ropes in and out of your handles and that gives you more engaging in Bristol workout. Then you know what you get with a single. Abc Rope so similar to how you'd maybe have a wide range of dumbbells in gym and we like to offer different weights. Ropes that help with different fitness fitness goals. And so another thing that we really focus on on like jump. Ropes are ropes are S- are primarily designed for jump rope fitness so we've built on specifically along with their APP workouts. Help you get lean build endurance and build strength so they're primarily. Ah Fitness tool and with that. We've we've Created a companion fitness APP. That gives you access to you. Know hundreds of really workouts You can follow along to and do do anywhere really in thirty minutes or less which considering these schedules these days. Everyone's on the go. All the time is exactly what we need to even now the situation of like staying indoors. It's perfect time to pick up a rope and just do that anywhere wherever you in a house for example yeah exactly Amina Sometimes You know we'll get a lot of questions about the benefits of jumping rope. And some of them are obvious and some of them are not obviously great for building endurance and Cardio floodway but the portability of the tool especially in today's day and age on the ability to take your workouts anywhere and like you mentioned them at home is really important for a lot of people you know even before the craziness of today. We talked to a lot of people people who love the ability to be able to squeeze in a workout at lunchtime. You know we've pulled our community recently just to kind of get a sense of the versatility and different ways. People are adding jumper workouts into their routine and at the list really goes on. I mean some like I mentioned earlier. They use it does warm up others use it. As a workout finisher others added to their strengthen hit circuits some use it in place of Iran or combine it with Yoga practice. And so it's really. It's a really interesting tool for anyone who's looking to add it to whatever it is that they're all redoing. I hadn't even thought about the benefits to things like footwork. When we're talking about boxing honestly stereotypically in films and such you see people always jumping rope and you think that's obviously that warm up endurance. But you don't even consider the additional supplementary benefits like footwork which is obviously such an important parts of sports like basketball boxing even things like NFL. Everything thoughts you still need to have quite good agility. And that's the such supplementary benefit the thing necessarily comes to mind. Yeah no absolutely and that's something. I saw firsthand when I first started using it back in the day in day in. And it's something that I feel like. Sometimes there's a bit of a stigma with jumping road that you need to be well coordinated or athlete to be successful with it. And that's something we've really tried to think about when we built the cross rope system and what we've learned by running workshop shops especially early on is that we've really found a way to drastically accelerate the learning learning curve and That religious goes into something. I'm sure we'll hit on. But it's the the weighted rope aspect and so when a lot of people. I started jumping rope or they try to learn how to jump rope. It's typically with the CDC ROPE. Something you'd you'd find out that. Nisar Department Store what most gyms Carey in trouble with that. Is that throat this to light? And so if you're struggling with coordination or tiny becomes really difficult to tiny jumps and that's where a lateral a lot of mistakes in triplets. Happened in where the frustration comes from. And so what we've done is we've introduced a range of weighted ropes in for example when we speak with our customers were just getting started. We often recommend a half pound. Roper Market Lean set and it's ideal getting started or because what it does is it slows down your rotation and that extra little bit of resistance makes it easy to feel the rope turning around your body and that helps with the timing the coordination so you know we have seen people who try jumping rope with plastic. Pbc ropes. I should say in the past go from struggling to string along fifty to one hundred jumps within five minutes so I think the that piece of it. The coordination is super important from both sides of it. You're already in athlete. Experienced Stephanie. Going TO HELP IMPROVE. foot speed. And if you've never jump rope before you feel like you're not at that level yet. In terms of coordination there are ways where the system kind helps you learn this particular skill and exercise very quickly. I think what's touchback on? Then is that you mentioned. There is some stigma. Wave jumping rope. We think because of it being portrayed in films and other forms of media crossovers and all sorts. It makes us being the we. The average person have tried it before. Call just dive in and do it. And I've always said to myself the arm too heavy footed or to not like my feet. I'm really bad at jumping rope so I just stopped myself from other trying even though I know. Be a helpful tool. So how are you trying to help? People get over the stigma to understand that it can be for everyone. And if they gave the Patrol I really understand what you mean by. Having a slight resistance failed to get more controlled. How you hoping people vs into that transition of like item do this. We try to tackle it a few different ways. And I'll tell you a quick story. I mean when we were at the Arnold Classic in Ohio a couple of years ago you know they have like two hundred thousand people walking by and we held a little sixty second challenge at our booth where it was basically a you know trying to do as many jumps as you can with a one pound and winner at the end you know. We gave away a couple of a couple of sets and it was really opening to us to see just how little people know about way. Ropes feel that you get and it's and it's you know when we see you know big guys come by and trying to do this challenge and the just getting absolutely winded within sixty seconds looks on their faces really kind of told everything and so for us. It's been a challenge to kind of share that experience through our marketing and through our storytelling and saint goes with you. Know getting started because of the stigma because of the challenges people may have faced in the past and what you may be seeing in the media the ways we try to approach it is really through education and so we try to share the experiences of other jumpers in our community who have kind of gone through that experience themselves we have a lot of tutorials and beginner oriented. Workouts are fitness at and so we help guide people through those where it really helps. You know how to get started. I feel with other jump ropes. You don't really get the content piece in that sometimes make makes it really difficult because you you get the rope in. You're not sure what to do with it. And then you know we I think the most interesting pieces just People don't know what to compare it to the weighted rope aspects. Because they've never tried anything like that and so we really try to make it as easy as possible to give cross rope a try so you know we we have a sixty day. Return policy rarely used. You know we we tell people hate. Get the ropes experience for yourself. See The difference. If you don't like it we'll take the we'll take it back and give a full refund in through those efforts. We've got a lot of people to give the system a try and once you try it. You instantly know the difference. He has certainly see it for yourself. Because when you feel that resistance heavy rope turning around your body at it's a game changer. As it was for me when I first tried

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Zibanejad scores 5 goals to lead Rangers past Caps in OT

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 7 months ago

Zibanejad scores 5 goals to lead Rangers past Caps in OT

"Make as a manager at scored five goals including the game winner in overtime to lead the New York Rangers to a six five victory over the Washington Capitals the manager have scored once in each of the first two periods his thirteen just twelve seconds into the third period to put York up three to his fourth gave the Rangers a five four lead with less than two minutes remaining the cast then tied the game at five in the final minute outs of veteran second goal of the game but that only set the stage for the benefits ultimate hero X. thirty three seconds into overtime obviously a lot more happy that we won and and will be able to do it so it's a night owl although I remember for a long time the win snapped a three game Rangers losing streak Tom Mariam the York

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What Would Space Do to the Human Body?

BrainStuff

03:44 min | 7 months ago

What Would Space Do to the Human Body?

"Hey brain stuff. It's Christian Sagar. Do you remember that? Time in Battle Star Galactica when that one character was blown out an airlock into outer space without a suit. No what about when it happened in two thousand one or guardians of the galaxy or sunshine. Yes we all dream about traveling in space but movies are any indication we spend almost as much time thinking about flying around up there without a suit on. So let's answer this question once and for all what would space actually due to a human body. Well here's the good news. You wouldn't die instantly y-you might actually survive for a little bit out there. How do we know because somebody tested it out on dogs in nineteen sixty five researchers at Brooks Air Force Base in Texas exposed several dogs to a near vacuum? The dog survived for up to ninety seconds. But if they went two minutes or more they died when re pressurized and if your first thought is they did this two dogs look. I'm I'm right there with you. Researchers at NASA did the same to chimpanzees in the late nineteen sixties finding that they could last up to three point five minutes. And then there's been a few accidents where people got D and then re pressurized like technician at Johnson Space Center who lost consciousness after twelve seconds. This was just before the moisture on his tongue began to boil. That's right his tongue boiled seat without air pressure to keep your precious bodily fluids in their liquid state. They would rapidly lose heat energy before they froze and then evaporated totally. This isn't the worst thing the lack of pressure can do to you. Either the gases inside you would expand causing you to swell up like a balloon in a Thanksgiving Day parade. This includes air and gas bubbles formed from your boiling bodily fluids. That affect is called. Ed Bula Sam which can block your bloodstream with those bubbles and that would cause you to pass out in about fifteen seconds from the lack of blood flowing into your brain your skin's blood vessels would burst. Your internal organs would also swell in likely tear. But you wouldn't explode in total recall. You just stretch painfully until you died. Keep in mind so far. We've only been talking about the effects to a body

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Barr faces "crisis of confidence" inside Department of Justice

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

08:23 min | 7 months ago

Barr faces "crisis of confidence" inside Department of Justice

"Today a group of federal judges held an emergency meeting to discuss Attorney General bill bars actions in a couple of high profile political cases cases involving Roger stone and Michael Flynn and on Sunday some twelve two thousand former federal prosecutors and DOJ officials released an open letter demanding that bar step down they admit that that's unlikely and so they're urging their colleagues in the justice department to report any suspected wrongdoing to the inspector general Jessica Levinson's here to talk about this crisis of confidence in the justice department she's a law professor at Loyola law school and a regular legal legal welcome hello well even though bill Barr complained about trump's tweeting he still added just today he tweeted that Roger stone deserves a new trial and that he might sue the people who prosecuted him how can he sue federal prosecutors this is such a weird law school hypothetical I mean I saw that and I thought wow this brings up so many issues let's start at the beginning which is this is not something we typically talk about this is I know this is an over used word but this really is unprecedented to think of a part of the federal government suing another part of the in federal government I think the short answer is this is unlikely to happen it's just a threat I think the longer answer is you have to look at how the federal government is structured how there's different divisions of the government and there's some independence between them but it would be really just in terms of constitutional design statutory framework and lack of any cause of action would be really challenging for the president to do sue these prosecutors I think this thread is more about the threat than an actual legal case right and so why would he keep tweeting about this after bar himself said stop doing this this is interfering with his ability to run the department well one I think the president has shown himself over the years to be an avid tweeter and stopping really for no one and no advice so I'm don't think that the fact that the Attorney General said this is making my job harder really moves the president into silence the other thing I would say about that and public disclosure by Attorney General Barr saying you know these tweets make it harder for me and kind of company putting its thumb on the scale and saying I wish the present when do that in a way it gives him some cover and he can say look I'm a crow I'm still a credible person I'm still who you thought I was going to be before I took this job and see I've openly criticize the president so I think actually that public criticism might give him a little more room to frankly do what he was already doing which is make decisions that are favorable for the present United States well let's talk a little bit more about the stone case he's asking for a re trial and someone who identified herself as the jury forewoman of said she can't stay silent anymore she said this on Facebook and she expressed support for the prosecutors who resigned on math last week after bill bar over turned their sentencing recommendation I her name is to make a hard on she was a one time congressional kept the candidate democratic congressional candidate and Tennessee so is this case complicated by her admission and her democratic party affiliation only politically speaking so if you think about members of the jury chances are really high almost everybody is going to have a political affiliation I mean the assumption behind the criticism of her is it your political affiliation is the most important thing you have when it comes to you viewing a legal case particularly political charge legal case so I do think it's important for us to take issue with that it's not always the case that Republicans will vote a certain way or Democrats with another way more to the point this is something that would have been revealed on a jury questionnaire a lot of your listeners are probably gone through jury service they go through a process of why dear they have to reveal where they work who they live with a lot of information there asked if they can do an impartial job if they can apply the facts to the law the fact that she saying I'm frustrated after the jury has already rendered its verdict I don't think undermines its verdict it certainly gives everyone have a political headache but she's not saying I wasn't able to impartially do justice I wasn't able to apply the facts of this case the law right so the judge says the sentencing will go ahead as planned on Thursday given everything that's happened what are you going to be looking for in the sentencing well I think I'm looking for what everybody else is looking for which is which range of that sentence will she be giving down so federal judges have enormous discretion she can decide to high fiber understand if she wants to she is not going to do that she can decide to give him a very heavy sentence I think the question will be will she do something within the original request by the federal prosecutors which was I believe seven to nine years or will she do something closer to what I was the second request by the federal prosecutor something much more lenient I think judge Jackson has that shown as much impartiality she possibly can and my guess is she's going to do something that is out well within the suggested guidelines okay so there's this group of federal judges holding an emergency meeting on this and fertile has that ever happened before not that I'm aware of federal judges tend to not like to do this type of thing they're small see conservative and I know we use this word before but it really is unprecedented to have a group of federal judges say there's something so important there something we're so worried about the we can't wait to our next conference because they do have regular conference but we don't know exactly what they discussed or what they talked about what could they possibly do besides wring their hands well I I think that's getting they'll wring their hands the wash their hands they'll they'll do some jazz hands no federal judges would never do that so you know I think frankly the act of calling the meeting itself is perhaps even more significant than whatever would come out of the meeting the fact that this is a association voluntary association of judges who are dedicated to the independence of independence of the judiciary to public and educational outreach explaining to people what judges do the fact that they're so alarmed in and of itself is useful what could they do they can do more educational outreach they don't want to get too involved in any of the politics of this for the reason that they're all lifetime appointees this is a group of all article three judges and the whole purpose behind lifetime appointment is that they stay out of politics so I would look to them to do something that looks like it's about education about out reach about explaining what they do and why it's important that they're independent alright and then you've got these former justice department officials many of them former prosecutors who served in both Republican and democratic administrations signing this letter calling on bar to resign and then they had met in the letter that is how not gonna do that but what kind of pressure could this letter put on bar well my guess is frankly not that much because I don't think that he's someone who susceptible to this type of pressure if we sorry what Attorney General Barr has done you beginning with the Muller report where he came out very quickly with his own summary summary that was in fact question by Robert Muller himself where we've seen what he's done and sad about the Michael Flynn case to Roger stone case I don't think he's someone who feels particularly awkward about this it is important that all these former federal prosecutors career attorneys who have dedicated themselves to public service have decided to come out on the record and say they're something that troubles us about the independence of the department of justice about the actions the Attorney General still is important to go on record about these

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Alex Barone: No Limits in Non-Profit

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

07:56 min | 8 months ago

Alex Barone: No Limits in Non-Profit

"Is now a part of camp no limits team a foundation that has had and continues to have such profound impact helping empower the lives of human beings helping helping them to understand that they really have no limits. I'm excited to talk to him. Alex welcome to the Nice guys on business podcast. Doug thanks so much for having me. Hey I'm happy to have you. You hear man and I was looking at. I got through about twelve seconds of the video on your homepage and I'm already crying. You know it's like it's like whoever makes us nonprofit videos they do them specifically for especially for foundations as great as the ones that that that you're a part of Really pull at your heartstrings. So is is that. What got you interested in working with? The no limits foundation was something else I got involved because I was doing that TV show that I was hosting as you mentioned. I was reaching out to businesses Mrs Personally facebook groups diversity groups disability groups be a facebook Mary late in the owner of the elements foundation responded to to one of my messages. I asked if they could share it if they could promote it helps me out. She said Yeah. Of course. Alex congrats on on on. The show would definitely love to share hurt. Here's what we're all about. Would you be interested in coming to one of our camps yourself and seeing world. So why don't you just give me a thumbnail. Sketch of what of what camp. No no limits is is all about. I was watching again. The videos reading the about me page and doing some other research and it sounds like it has huge impact on the lives of of Of Human beings a lot of them looks like our our kids. On era in your video is it. Is it an all kids based foundation. It's all young people kids and teenagers And then but it's also their whole families are able to attend so their siblings. Their parents So they're in picked impacted by Lim losses. Well so Kanye. Limits is a camp for a young people with limb differences or limb loss and their entire families so the mission of campus to educate empower and support the campers and they started in two thousand and four with only one camp in four families and then now we have ten camps across the whole country and we serve hundreds of families each year we incorporate the variety of programs with specialized professionals within the camp including physical therapists occupational therapists processed and adult amputee role models like myself that come and work with the campers. we want our campers in their families to have tools to know what's going to work best for them outside of just just can't bring him back to their community so they'll learn how to adapt the learn the newest technology and prosthetics that they may have not ever seen or used before though they'll meet adult amputate who are thriving and successful in their own minds. And basically it's important for the campers and the kids that are to know Oh that they're not the only ones navigating the world with with limb loss so camp is a good place to see other amazing kids and adults for them and know that they're not not alone and they could just be a kid and being different is cool. I can remember and I appreciate you giving us the the background. I can remember probably about ten maybe even fifteen years ago now as a as a guy that started in the entertainment business as a mobile DJ. I can remember doing a A camp I think it was called camp super kids and it was back back on the east coast and it was a camp that was specifically dedicated to helping families that had children that were struggling with with asthma and And the and the and the self limiting beliefs that of kids you know when you go into a school and you have a thousand kids in the school and you have four or five kids that have asthma. Let's say They feel different. You know they feel like they don't fit in. There's a whole bunch and I'm sure very similar to the kids that that come to your camp. They just don't feel like they fit in and all of a sudden you put them. I'm in a group that is one hundred percent like You know I mean either like disabilities or or or like issues or whatever like challenges and now they all start to talk to each other and they realized that they're not alone and sometimes that sense of community is all one needs to kind of To help them believe and get out of those self limiting beliefs helps empower kids to To just to be feel like like they're more quote unquote more normal which which which they were to begin with a you know so is that is that kind of the approach that that The no limits camp in Kim no limit sticks. You just said it best But I think yeah the biggest takeaway that they get in being in a atmosphere with one hundred percent of others better better. That are different You know the sense of confidence that they get from and they can take back home. Is I think the biggest takeaway from from camp they come to camp rampant and kids are shy in the beginning. Yes this is life changing for the the camper But the families you know a lot of these families come from communities where where they don't know you know you mentioned that that old organization where the ORCAS with asthma. A lot of these kids come from schools where they are. The there isn't for. There's you know anybody so you know it's important for the families to be there and mingle and each other and they become closer over time too so so you deal with probably every department that a That a an entrepreneurial based business would deal with also you're dealing with marketing you're dealing with payroll and accounting you're dealing with staff and personnel I would have to assume that people don't come to work for No limits foundation or camp no limits. They're not coming to work for the foundation because of the huge paycheck that's involved. It's more of the satisfaction or maybe it is the huge paycheck. Maybe I'm making assumption that that I shouldn't be making. But what is it that you think drives people to want to come to work for the foundation. I I think it's it's a connection. I mean like you know what I like Komo personally I was connected because I was a little different myself in with one loss. So when I found this place it's a magical and I couldn't believe that it existed and I was like ah to be in a weather I'm staff on this or remain a volunteer and I think that's exactly what all the other staff and encounters that are associated with cam limits. Feel about it as well. There's there has to be a connection to feel strong about it and be on board with it and to to thrive their mission so when it comes down to it what is the. What's the goal of each camp session on? And you have these camp sessions all summer long as it just outside of the school all year as well or is it just a summer summer activity it. Most of the camps happened throughout the summer season. Like our first one for twenty twenty is in Florida by clearwater and that happens in J.. Anyway so then we have one in January a break till April and then we have about eight camps that happened in the summer from April to September in a break. And then that's it so yeah from April to September or the other nine camps. And how many how many kids attend each Each camp session might depend on the location at Tanya so all they locations Some are smaller than the other but average we have anywhere awesome hundred to three hundred people attend. Wow that's terrific and what's what is the The length of time that The child is spending or young adult is spending at your camp so the the young adult and their families attend for about three to five days. Our goal is to turn these ten camps into you know twenty camps for thirty forty camps across the country to go international because those numbers I mentioned earlier with twenty five hundred congenital birth year with with limb differences says and stressed the US alone so we want to expand Expand our staff going to expand our impact in

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Exposing a War Crime with Justin Watt

Casefile True Crime

08:16 min | 8 months ago

Exposing a War Crime with Justin Watt

"On March. Twelve two thousand six during the height of the Iraq. War full members of the Janabi Family forty-five-year-old forty-five-year-old Qasim. He's thirty four year old wife Factoria and two daughters six year old at deal and fourteen year old. A B were murdered in their home in the Iraqi village. Village of USA fail south of Baghdad. Be had also been right and her remains set a lot. It was widely accepted. The attack had been carried out by local insurgents as such violence was common in the area that was referred to by occupying. Foreign Military is the triangle of death. The American soldier Private First Class Justin. What was stationed in Iraq? At the Thanh months off that Janabi family slaying. Ajayi sajjan confided that one of their fellow soldiers was responsible for the brutal crime. Justin pussies friendships Corre- and David. He's lot but risk but conducting talking. He's uncovered investigation into the matter. He discovered several of the soldiers were involved to varying degrees and made the difficult decision to expose posed them for the American soldiers. Sergeant Paul Cortez Specialist James Baca Private First Class Jesse spillman private first this class Brian Howard and Private First Class Steven Green with band to of planned carried out and covered up the ripened murder of be as well as the massacre of her family. Ole Five individuals faced charges by their involvement and received varying convictions. Green had been discharged from the US army mental instability prior to the crime's coming to lot and was consequently trod in civilian court while the other four perpetrators is faced the US army general courts Martial Green. Who was responsible for carrying out? The Med is sentenced to life imprisonment with no possibility. PF parole he took his life shortly after the remaining perpetrators was sent to military prison to serve a varying sentences. You just what's actions led to mixed opinions from the American public some viewed as a hero while others accused him of being a traitor data and sent him death threats. His decision also impacted the Iraqi paypal creating hostilities. Between the locals insurgents and touring military three Justin has since been medically discharged from the army and has spoken with US candidly about military experience including the Janabi family family murders adding additional context to our episode on the crime. Justin started by telling us how he came to join the military before nine. Eleven by buddy names all and we're GONNA do the steel challenge together. They had a program in the navy. That dead allowed you to join with a friend. She going at the same time in guaranteed you a selection slot to go to buds went through got qualified for that. What I was seventeen at the time and I showed up to maps like the process for joining the military? Here in America's like you'll go through talk to a recruiter you'll do. There's some preliminary testing then you have to go up to maps for you know. Some physical batteries stuff apt to batteries. Stuff like that on the day that I was supposed go to maps. And that's where you sign your contract. My buddy bailed on me completely so I went up there on my own and as it turns out the job it was like a crypto does slash networking like computer type position. That wasn't available anymore and so I was like okay. I'm not going to do this because I was seventeen. you can't join into your eighteen hours in what was called the delayed entry program so you get all your stuff done when you're seventeen and then basically as soon as you're eighteen you ship out. I basically dumpstered the idea. Nine nine eleven happened and like in a serious relationship. You know I had a pretty decent job I was a blackjack dealer. Casino pit boss. The relationship ended and I remember just being in a position where I was just Kinda like okay. Like what am I gonNa do now because like all of my plans kind of like based around future with that person listen and you know. I had no idea what I was going to be doing. And I was like cleaning out my room and I found my body and my original ship date was supposed to be on September eleven and at that point I was just like while somebody else's probably like in my place. I just watched band of brothers. Zoom may be sound like the biggest cliche ever. But you literally after watching that I was like you know I want the hundred and first airborne infantry and if you're not going to give him I'm not going and at at that time the Iraq war kicked off this is like two thousand four. I want to say so it. It just really kicked off in Iraq. Ans- dance they couldn't find people join just as Iraq was a lot bloodier then Afghanistan. And so I got like a twenty thousand dollar bonus for joining the infantry which is unheard of because it's a it's a low like agr- apartment job. Yeah twelve days later from that data I found that I D I was on a plane for Benning to get into training so went through that then Amelie after that the air assault school school has learned a robot of the jobbers which is a big part of the hundred and first does and then got on my unit you know and it was. It was a very different thing to go through all the training knowing that. You're going to war like everybody. They're sergeants that were teaching. Just got back. It was their first combat deployment. mm-hmm there's people that were in the logistical infrastructure of basic training. They were headed down to the hundred. I with me so I know there was a lot of camaraderie. I I think apprehension everyone. Everyone knew with certainty that they were going. Everyone knew that it was popping off over there. So yeah yeah I mean it was. It was a crazy time for sure when we sent in Iraq so the way it worked out is I got down to one hundred I I I. And that's where I linked up with my unit and you get assigned to accompany and everything and that's how I ended up in First Striker Bravo Company the unit that the book was based not got down there on the mmu pre-deployment spin ups. you go out and do more training. You know out in the field and like these stimulated urban combat villages at the National Training C. C. Out in Louisiana we see Anna and you do training pull unit and then as smaller elements. Then you go. I mean usually get stood down a couple of times just because they don't like people knowing exactly when you're going to be leaving with how many people you're going and everything like that just operational security stuff so I wanna say so. From the day that we're seagoing. There is like a couple of week variation we went and we stopped in Germany on the way there and then landed in Saudi Arabia. You did our last combat zero before getting down into into theater which is like make. Sure Weapons Still dialed in. And then yeah. We're down to Iraq doc. We landed in Baghdad. It just a different world. I mean you land there and the war machine is is pretty pretty sophisticated so like by the time we got down there. We'd only been in Iraq in that kicked off two thousand. Three's basically the end of two thousand and four early two thousand and five. They already had this. Main kind of super base built up in in Baghdad. was called striker at the time and there was like a Pizza Hut and green bean copy. It's just weird but then you're like walking around in this area. That feels kind of like you know a military base and then you'll be talking with your friend and then all of a sudden you hear like a a huge explosion. A few hundred meters outside the perimeter. Then you'll hear a bunch of machine gun fire and from a couple of different areas and then you it'll just go silent right and you're like somebody has died at their like. That's crazy I it was just a a weird transition.

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Kobe Bryant's helicopter circles over Glendale before deadly crash in eyewitness video

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:51 sec | 8 months ago

Kobe Bryant's helicopter circles over Glendale before deadly crash in eyewitness video

"Minutes from disaster new cell phone video appears to show Kobe Bryant's helicopter circling near Burbank airport before the crash Tuesday the NTSB used a helicopter to air lift the wreckage off the hill side the coroner says all nine victims have now been recovered and four have been positively identified including Kobe Bryant this was a high energy impact crash about thirty five minutes after take off with the weather deteriorating pilot alrosa byen asked controllers to track him on radar but he was flying too low four minutes later he radioed he was going to go above the layer of clouds flying in potentially blinding fog he reached twenty three hundred feet in its final twelve seconds of flight the helicopter bank left and abruptly descended falling at up to five thousand feet per minute it's last recorded speed about one hundred eighty four miles

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Investigators search for clues in helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant

KYW 24 Hour News

00:58 sec | 8 months ago

Investigators search for clues in helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant

"New video appears to show Kobe Bryant's helicopter circling just minutes before the crash that killed all nine aboard the NTSB used a helicopter today to air lift key pieces of wreckage out of the rugged hillside crash site while investigators hunted for smaller items investigators are pouring over pilots are is a buy ins history and helicopter maintenance records pulmonary flight data shows the trip started normally about fifteen minutes later the pilot began to circle the weather was getting worse as he waited twelve minutes for air traffic control to clear Amman work about nine forty flying below the clouds so by and asked controllers to track him on radar but he was too low four minutes later radio and he was climbing to go above the layer of clouds flying down potentially blinding fog he reached twenty three hundred feet before turning left in its final twelve seconds the helicopter began to dive falling at nearly five thousand feet per minute the last recorded speed about one hundred eighty four

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Leading St. Jude's Genome Engineering Capabilities: A Chat with Shondra Miller

CRISPR Cuts

08:38 min | 8 months ago

Leading St. Jude's Genome Engineering Capabilities: A Chat with Shondra Miller

"Welcome Shandra Thick. You must be here all right so I would like to ask you about what you do. Junior current research on. Maybe about a little bit about your background as well. Yeah so I've been doing engineering. Basically my whole scientific career so I did my PhD on Singer. Nicholas which is kind of like the grandfather of Christopher Gas Ninety Will Matthew Portas lab and so we were at the time just doing protein engineering trying to get zinc finger. Proteins NUCLEAR ACES ACTUALLY. Cut some specific site in the genome. And it's sad thing now but I spent five years basically making a pair of glasses that gop so very exciting at the time but it really became outdated and so then after graduate school. I went directly into industry. I worked for Sigma Aldrich on their composers of technology. Where we're doing the offense and it was exciting time in genome editing. Because for me especially because I had been doing protein engineering and then I was able to go to sigma and they would give us the proteins and we actually do genome editing for the first time really. I was able to like okay. I want to make this point mutation. How do we do it? And we were able to do. Some of the first different types of editing so like with food chain Chen we published a paper. Where using singles trying to all go donors. Almost everybody uses now. We were one of the first to do that. We can do with high efficiency losing figuring places and so then in two thousand twelve so pre crisper still. I decided that I wanted to start. Asia resource at the Times inferior increases. Were so expensive. That people weren't really able to access them especially in academic so I think the Times in cases where like twenty five thousand dollars just to plasmids so you couldn't actually do your editing editing to get yoursel- liner animal model. So it was frustrating to me is like this is game changing technology. People people need access to this. This is going to change science as we know it and so I actually went to Washington University and I put the idea of starting to share resources. Said you know. People don't want to become genome engineering experts. They want their cell line. They WanNa make do a screen. They want their animal model. They WANNA continue asking the questions that they are experts and they just want the tool for the most part. So let's start a resource. Let's be the genome engineering. Experts will help other people expedite science at Wash U. in and around the world and so we started that it's called the engineering IPSEC center. It's still going strong G. I see there and then in two thousand seventeen. I got a call from Saint Jude. And they were like. Hey we want to start something like what you're doing that Wash U. as I said no I'm not interested at the time I was actually six months pregnant with my second child. I'm had started This core the see from there was like my first child. Not My biology child. Something that I cared about the people and what we were doing so it was really not very interested in. They said we'll consult for us in How to get this thing going and short story long. I guess I ended up moving to Saint. You'd because it's kind of a really special place to do research as like a magic fairy tale land to do research especially for a shared resource so we actually given dedicated. Rnd Time and we're institutionally subsidized and so on most Groups Shared resources pay their own way so basically the services that they provide pay their salaries paid for the reagents that they're using but at Saint Jude. They say no. We're GONNA guarantee your salaries we're gonNA give you money to actually do the science that you need to do to help everybody at Saint Jude. So you don't have to worry about that. Just do good science. So that's very freeing. And then the ability to have a dedicated are indeed budget. So we're like okay. We're going to not only do genome editing. For other people were GONNA add back to the field and and keep at the forefront of it so I know that was a really long answer five. That's how backgrounds and doing a lot of genome editing. The events Talen crisper over the last fifteen years or so. That's great. Could you tell us about a couple of your research projects that you have gone? Yeah so we do a lot of things to improve efficiency. We have some ideas about how to get longer inserts and two so one of the things that's really hard crisper is when you're trying to knock something in fairly easy to do something. Small appoint mutation or five tag but it gets more difficult as the insert increases so Rachel Levin in the lab. She's working on how to get longer inserts and increasing their overall rates of HDR something. Saint Peter's in the lab is working on some strategies for enriching the donor concentration in the nucleus. And I think one of the most exciting things that we're working on is a cure sickle cell initiative basically. Where they're you know. Saint Jude. It's a research hospital. We actually have our large sickle cell population in Memphis. I think there's about eight hundred sickle cell patients that we see at Saint Jude. And so send you actually partnered with several other groups not only at Saint Jude but also outside of Saint Jude. So we basically worked towards making therapeutic for sickle cell disease and Mitch Weiss Option Darsi and myself from Saint Jude Consortium. And so we're we're really looking forward. Hopefully going to a therapeutic In the coming years and so that's why the more exciting things that we're doing this more closely related to the Translational medicine wonder. How can you tell us a little bit about just different technologies age with Chris? Frightening so you tried like classmates. How did you come across it? The goers that Rene has ever feel y'all so we actually remain your own guide. Ernie's for five years. We WOULD MOSTLY DO PLASMA. Cloning where we played together you cut the backbone with type. Two S restrictions. I'm basically pop them in like into the planet and that works but it takes probably like four hours of hands on time ish or of about three to five days and so whenever we saw that you could do synthetic guides I guess the limitation was people were able to synthesize the long Arnaiz right. So I think that that's where something kind of burst on the scene and so that we saw that was attractive to us but we needed to be able to do it quickly right so we can make these platforms fairly quickly. Do also do. Ib Tea and make that fairly quickly. The synthetics at the time you know there are companies that were doing it but it was very expensive. You get quite a lot and we don't really need a lot. We have a lot of smaller projects that we're doing. It took too long for us right. So we're trying to make cell lines for folks. We're trying to make animal models for folks so we don't have to wait a month to get the guide so that's why we were making them ourselves so so they go came on the scene. I think we started. We made our first order to go in October. Two Thousand Seventeen. Basically gave us a quick turnaround time. I think we were like Beta testing small to smaller scale early on and so from then. I guess this history of doing this. Cloning bacterial colonies and doing many. Perhaps you're able to do make more cell lines and made more animal models and do more research. Christopher is a relatively young technology but it's made a pretty big impact as you've mentioned already. What do you think the next five years will look like in? Where do you think the field is heading? That's it's an interesting question. I guess there's two or three or four different areas that you think about I think about basic science and experimental biology. How can we do things more efficiently to make cell lines that people can understand biological processes or ask for biological question? So I'm usually thinking about research purposes. I think it's only getting faster. More efficient and cheaper which is really democratizing research. A lot of different ways I think crisper has been probably the biggest discovery understanding how to do crisper since like I think it will science face a science as much. Pr Has Changed Science. Maybe more you think about therapeutics there'd be trial we're going on with Christopher Pasadena. Think people starting with blood stuff because they can get to the stem cells in their starting with is stuff because they can get to the right cells so I think one of the biggest limitation to Crisper as far as there is delivery. How do you get it to the right cells So I think that's a limitation? I don't know I guess I would really say the sky's the limit just the ability to be able to go into complex genome and make precise modifications huge. I think we're only going to get better S. nine in all the variants or the logs. Pretty darn good. We worry about off targets for research purposes. Were not outright about it. Because you know. We're studying a question for their buicks really important. But we've made such big advances since you think about two thousand twelve two thousand thirteen. It's just it's a whirlwind and you think about how you know. I think the offense really paved the way. But you know the offense where we use a million tells like nineteen ninety nine two thousand three but took two thousand three two thousand ten before we even Pat Talents and then new talents has a very short heyday. And then Chris Brazil Blown on the scene. I think there's huge diagnostics agriculture therapeutics. It's just it's kind of unlimited possibilities so I think we'll see in the next few years and we're seeing now. A lot of ethical questions people are asking. What should we do because we can do a lot of things? But what should we do? I think that that's one of the things that people will be discussing over the next few years

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Jon Batiste on Working With Stephen Colbert on 'The Late Show'

The Frame

03:18 min | 9 months ago

Jon Batiste on Working With Stephen Colbert on 'The Late Show'

"Start with a pianist and composer Jon Batiste. He's the bandleader for the late. Show Oh with Stephen Colbert John. He and Colbert. I met in two thousand fourteen when Batiste was actually a guest on Stevens old comedy. Thirty central show the Colbert report. Thank you Mr Battiste for being here Yeah all right you are here right. I'm right are you alive on the planet right now. They can in there all right now New Orleans jazz musician your work cross musical boundaries you worked with the Prince Lenny. Kravitz Wynton Marsalis your featured in spike. Lee's Red Hook summer and the HBO Series Tra may was based in part on your family. Are you the one with the dragons is that your family is Honestly I wasn't familiar with Steven or the Colbert report. And he wasn't familiar with me on my music and we met and there was just a spark that was something deeper and We aligned on a lot of different things in terms of what he really loved about comedy and how it can really bring people together together we can speak to something that is is tied to our humanity. If people watched the show they might hear ten in twelve seconds of song. But if you're in the house you're hearing a whole performance of peace and you're doing what four or five songs every day for the show yes about five or six songs As the opening theme and closing thing which I composed and we played every night and then there the bumpers that happened between acts and we have to act comedy one being the monologue want being a desk comedy piece and then we have two guests typically night and then and maybe a music guest so between all those acts and also walking on each guest. We play Stevens really open to give me the opportunity to just do whatever it is that I WANNA do. So we'll play all types of music on the show from video game music to Beethoven to Classic Jazz to top forty thirty two drake. I mean it. It ranges gentleman. We have a special guest joining us tonight. He has the Blues Jazz Club. Jaw the vocal stylings of former ambassador. Marie you'll find a bit with. Our Ukraine policy has been thrown into disarray. I do not understand Mr Giuliani's motives for attacking. How could our system fail like this? It's very intimidating. Wait a minute. President trump just tweeted at you every jazz club. Marie Ivanovich goes to turns bad. The what a jerk. Whatever we really bring to the show come from our life experiences Johnny Carson said this and he said to Letterman? Who then told it to Stephen? which is you gonNA bring everything we know to a show like this and you do everything you know and jazz is something that I do? So this a way for us to speak to what's happening in the world in comedies with Steven does it comes together on the

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How Is The U.S. Economy Doing?

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

06:40 min | 9 months ago

How Is The U.S. Economy Doing?

"Begin today a little piece of audio you a mere twelve seconds. Not Too long won't be too painful but inside it. There is a whole lot to digest. Here you go. I believe that monetary policy is and a good place and should continue to support sustained growth a strong labor market and inflation running close to are symmetric two percent objective. Those those of you recognize that to be a member of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors. Not too tough really given the subject matter. Go to the head of the class. If you identified the Speaker as Richard Clara the vice vice chairman of the Fed a gold star to you. Now why are we starting with him. A couple of reasons honestly number one because the Fed has been taking some heat it lately for having gotten a lot of its economic forecasting wrong. Hello inflation number. Two because Clarita said today and chair Powell says often the really the economy's pretty good number three because pugh is out with a study today. That says not everybody out in the actual economy agrees with the fat so so two interviews with which to test those premises. I about the Fed Sarah Bender. She's a professor of Political Science at George Washington University where she studies the Fed. Welcome to the program. Thanks thanks for having me. What do you make of the vice chairman speech today and more importantly how the feds sort of is positioning itself in this economy right now? Well the Fed is saying saying so far. So good The comedies on a good track Congress's given us a dual mandate of low sustainable unemployment and low inflation Kevin. And we're hitting him. He's not telling us really where things are going in the future. He's saying data dependent meeting by meeting. But he's telling telling us the economy is on a good course he Said and and chair. Paul says this all the time that they're going to you know work to keep the expansion going as as long as they can and one of the things chair Paul says and Clark said it today was that You know the longer expansion goes the more it helps people at the bottom. How much can the Fed really do though for the people at the bottom of this economy but the fence so far is doing a lot by keeping a monetary policy not so loose and accommodative right and you see wage gains at the lower end of the economic spectrum at a certain point though? There's only so much that monetary monetary policy can do and absent fiscal policies. That might say deal with job training or job relocation or healthcare. There's is only so much weight that can be put on monetary policy makers. Let me carry that forward to an interview. We're going to have here in a couple of minutes with A upholster from pugh who has a new study out today about economic inequality in this country. What can the Fed do on economic inequality which consistently ranks pretty high in terms of what what people are worried about in this economy? Well the best contribution they can make is to keep an eye on employment and do as much as they can to Stoke job growth but without sparking inflation keeping an eye on the health of the financial system so that people have access to quality and so forth at the end of the day though. It's really the limits of what monetary policy makers can do. The really simple line is heading into an election year. Right is. It's the economy stupid frame that for me in terms of the Federal Reserve and the role of the economy in the next eleven months of of our common experience. Well Congress gives the Fed to commands. Keep inflation low keep jobs growing. That's what the Fed is aiming to do. Oh here and the extent that they're successful it means the economy's growing and on an even keel in. That's what helps incumbents get reelected Sir Bender under she's At Brookings also Professor Political Science at George Washington University professor. Thanks for your time. Am I appreciate sure. Thanks for having me okay. So all of that said interview number two now from the Pew Research Center who study out today shows as I said that not. Everybody agrees that the economy is all sunshine and Light Ruth Galmoc. She is a senior researcher at Pew Rookie to have you on for having me if I say that seventy percent of respondents to this Survey that Y'all did if if I say that they believe the economy is rigged. Is that too strong word. I would say that. They think that the economy is unfairly favouring powerful special interests interests so we asked whether the economy was generally fair or whether it unfairly favored these powerful interests and seven and ten Americans that they did not think it was fair. We should point out. There's as a partisan divide here as with most things in this country now that's right. Republicans are about evenly split with about half of Republican. Same economy is generally fair and half of the economy saying unfairly early favors these special interests whereas Democrats overwhelmingly say that the economy is not fair. okay so Brass tacks your who's got the power so we asked Americans who they thought had too much power and influence in today's economy and about eight and ten or more American said that politicians Titians corporations and people who are wealthy had too much power we also had majority saying health insurance companies banks and other financial institutions and tech companies had too much cower Let me ask you then who doesn't have the power or is parallel. I suppose another way to put it. Yeah we asked to people. Apple felt did not have enough power and Americans pointed to people who were poor the middle class and interestingly small businesses. Yes say more about that because when I read this in small all businesses came up I was. That's the thing that got me on the phone with you to be honest. Yeah I'm and one interesting thing was we saw a partisan divide and how Democrats and Republicans on looked at a number of these groups. Republicans were less likely than Democrats to say that large corporations had too much power but when it came to small businesses Democrats and Republicans were largely in agreement that that small businesses did not have enough power. Today's economy. So what else do people need to know about this. I mean as they read this and they hear that you know seven ten people think the economy is is unbalanced. Silence shall we say instead of rigged. What are they supposed to do that information? It's hard to say What people are supposed to do? In this survey we did sort of dive into what Americans think about economic comic inequality in general and while most Americans say that there's too much economic inequality in the country. They didn't rank particularly highly as an issue. So it's hard to sort they how that will play out Raquel Nick. She's a senior researcher at the Pew Research Center. Thanks a lot. I appreciate your time. Thanks for having me

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Josi, Saros lead Predators to 5-2 win over Rangers

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 10 months ago

Josi, Saros lead Predators to 5-2 win over Rangers

"The Nashville predators turned to the defense for offense to defeat the New York Rangers five to two defenseman Roman Yosemite a cycle score second period goals to stop a one one tie Eckels goal can just twelve seconds after he came out of the penalty box then if the Rangers are coming from there it's going in his fifth straight game has twenty of of the season late in the third you'll see available when a Winona scored at the Nichols for the five two final you'll see something never with the like the ice Ellis also assist the national first call the night process is really playoff mode is one so like I said good step in the right direction and hopefully continue tomorrow you see sorrow stop thirty I read your shots of the predators net Tom Mariam New York

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"twelve seconds" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:07 min | 11 months ago

"twelve seconds" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"And twelve seconds may feel gets credit for the one yard touchdown run looked like Beckham was gonna get the long touchdown catch instead overturned on review and it's may feel from one yard out as a great connection they feel that back on but really the Big Boy that drives a third down conversion were may feel scrambling around avoids the Russian and finds green hunt down the sideline and good coverage on hunt but he makes sense to spectacular k'inich along the sideline to get the first down extend the drive and then you have the big play the kind of finish it off so cyber will kick it off from right to left the man is Tony Brooks teams standing up to this one will end up in his hands at the five your one left side next to the right to the fifteenth to the twenty two years after the twenty one J. Davis on special teams for Cleveland and the Steelers have it first and ten after a twenty one yard line trailing seven another and they could try to come in on the first drive release them was wrong with James Garner back after the shoulder which he did against the Miami Dolphins and I both game with his best game at forty five yards up with the naked online they were struggling to run the ball so it's not just the fact that Connor was out the last few weeks this offensive line which had a great new years of running the ball protecting Big Ben they struggled in the run game they have not been great and I think you've got to spread this defense down a little bit in trying to soften them up get out of the box and then goes on all fronts Garrett login Joby Richard sit and chat Thomas Wilson shoulder and Taylor the linebackers on first and ten president of the Middle Popeye juju switches to make the move to the thirty six to thirty five and he's got a first down nice Chechen Ron finally brought down by the Marius Randall and mac will sit in that secondary it's demerits Randall Denzil ward Morgan Burnett greedy Williams and you'll see Justin Burris in the Nick of sixteen yards on the passport they're working as the bears Randall right there.

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How Trump’s Stock Market Record Stacks Up

Motley Fool Answers

08:09 min | 11 months ago

How Trump’s Stock Market Record Stacks Up

"So allison was a anyone's going to move the market mark. It's gotta be the president of the United States right. I mean all that power and influence and has to count for something. You'd think so. So when looking at Google trends as you happen to see a massive spike in the interest in the terms of trump and stocks the week of November six through twelve two thousand sixteen ecksteen and it just so happened to bin we following trump getting elected and along with that you see a lot of articles like seven stocks for a trump presidency wherein the riders make assumptions about which socks are going to perform. Well with trump in. The White House took a few years in picks panning out. Let's take a fairly unscientific. Look shall we please do very short on time for planning for this week's episode so go easy on me everybody all right so ice scrounged up a three articles from back in the day and did some very rough back of the envelope math to see how well do these stock prognosticators do when trying trying to figure out what trump's presidency would mean for some companies and industries so let's start with six stocks to buy when Donald Trump is president from the street. So any guesses on what some of these stocks are going to be or do you just want me to. Do you want me to tell you the stocks and you can guess if they're upper down soon ooh they would be like financial services companies and oil companies. Because they're gonNa you know trump is going to remove all these environmental protections uh-huh and things like that Yup so the street. Now I pick was apple because of something called tax repatriation which I did not have time to research idea being that if you have a bunch of money outside of the US will let you bring it back into the US and at a lower tax rate. There's a lot of companies are starting their money overseas because they don't if they bring it back to the US they'd they'd have to pay taxes. Yes I don't know why that means that Apple's stock price would go up but they picked apple for that another one geo group which is private prisons. We laugh but it's actually very sad. It's funny because it hurts hurts so much yeah again. Exxon Mobil Oil Smith and Wesson gun manufacturers which later there became American outdoor brands HDA Holdings which manages hospitals this one because apparently trump had promised that To kind of overhaul the VA system and allowing veterans to go to any hospital not just a Va hospital and then this one is just so on the nose. It's just it's it's quite funny Semtex the a Mexico based construction company a Mexican company. and Oh because we're gonNA build the wall that's how Mexico's GonNa pay for it. They provide the concrete and said this company was going to benefit Actually they're not concrete walls. That's the thing though so a lot of these were based on at this point of course nothing but campaign promises right so it's really has anything. How do you know for sure that something's GonNa come through? Do you want me to tell you how how these stocks performed or do you want me to move onto the next one and then I can tell you however next one the next one. Hey you know what not to be outdone six stocks for trump. How about seven from the Motley fool? Yes that's right. Hotly full wrote an article seven top stocks to buy with trump. Does the president so along the same lines of apple and tax repatriation This analyst said by General Electric. Aw Sorry it's easy to look back now and laugh as could be the financial services manufacturing part of it. They said tax repatriation was I. I don't know why anyway as and worked out a cheesecake factory won't because individual tax cuts are going to result in people eating out more interesting interesting kinder- Morgan Energy Energy Infrastructure Bank of America. Because of like you said Deregulation General Dynamics Defense Cell gene the biotech company because of again deregulation Possible with like a pricing drugs. Isn't that kind of thing. Yeah and then is it right to say Freeport McMoran McMoran. It's the copper mining company But this one because of trump promising one trillion dollars in infrastructure investment. All right last one. I looked at Kiplinger's best stocks for a Donald Trump Presidency Z.. Their first stock pick there was coach bags which later became tapestry The the idea here was consumer spending from tax cuts and a crackdown on counterfeit pitch Chinese goods. Exxon Mobil Energy the GEO group again for private prisons lazy boy because some people sit around and watch Fox News because trump said as one of his campaign promises that he was going to bring manufacturing back to the US and lazy boy already manufactures actress most of their stuff in the US so merck again because Healthcare Company the Drug Company because Trump would not regulate drug prices Susan Theory Smith and Wesson again for guns and then Vulcan materials the largest US producer of construction aggregates such as gravel and crushed stone so again an infrastructure picture brethren right so now. There's a lot of numbers that I could just shouting at you. But going with the street on average How'd you bought these stocks? The average return here is about twenty seven percent but that was because apple was the one that did really well Without apple all the returns would be a lot less ATA Holdings the hospital. The company that manages hospitals also did well with about ninety. Three percent. Return the Motley Defoe and looking at their pigs. Well as you know there is a couple stinkers here for digitally. Ge has done so well cheesecake factory is not done so well. Bank of America is up very twelve hundred forty six percent General Dynamics defense regulator up about thirty seven percent. If you'd gone with the Motley Fool's picks the average return was about forty percent not bad. Remember Kiplinger's again. They were coach. Exxon Mobil Geo Group. Lazy Boy The big winner here was lazy. Boy Really seventy one percent returns followed by Merck which is about sixty percent and vulcan materials about fifty percent so compare that to the SNP which is out over fifty percent since then so that makes a lot of these stop picks look even more. This is super back of the envelope. And so there's these articles did not all come out the day the same day they didn't anyway Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. But Anyway the point is is that I have a broader counterpoint. What's your broader playwright or point is honestly this is just a reminder that no one can predict what is going to happen in the economy especially based on campaign promises? If you remember with Obama Dama he was going to make all the solar and wind stocks. Just shoot through the roof and sure enough. They did do quite well for a little while. That's right and so and so in the same way the people thought with trump well coal stocks are gonNA energy that oil does all this all this is just. It's just going to go through the roof right so I'm just saying that. Republicans equals guns for Babies and Democrats. Means solar panels for senior citizens is an over-simplification that ignores all the aspects that really matter when you're investing investing in a company like do they have good management. Do they allocate capital wisely. Do they have pricing power et Cetera et CETERA. And while you're certainly free to speculate how how anyone president may move the markets and move stocks. It's more fulfilling to invest in the world. You want to live in in not the one you think you're going to get just because of whoever ever is in power right now and that bro is what's up.

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Weekend Racing Preview | Caulfield Guineas Day Preview

Three Wide No Cover

12:13 min | 1 year ago

Weekend Racing Preview | Caulfield Guineas Day Preview

"Ayuthaya true good for perfect conditions I think a little bit of Brian sort of Wednesday Thursday just takes the main probably not much irrigation we'd love that I think it's going to Rice really well as coalfield does bought it's always an advantage to be on speed in those first one to sorta seven at caulfield it's always an advantage not much we randy the side I think it's GonNa play really straight and really fairly but I always think you've got to be advantageous just on spe does also to get there's a lot of variables in rising but once you back you control sometimes you need some walks on spayed where you want to bake oilfield Saturday very good or on the table at the first of our group we're GONNA rise pagoda so we've got six the thousand guineas used to be on the Wednesday boys now moved of course to the Saturday the last few years and it's just or for the die at fiber here's the first of a number of good often run his foot at two dollars thirty law at five fifty had some good memories of these track all has I missile mantra nine dollars acting hasn't these horse with good acting trae on the trump one of their ten dollars Tenley twelve dollars emerald thirty dollars southbank seventeen dollars Baba's Fox at twenty one on eloquent at twenty six dollars over the Piji Fatal Remember Twenty Six and Sin Edwards Crown at forty on dollars Josie very important here look not a lot of spayed Elliott acting oh go forward we'll go forward as well foot from that White Guy I think he has to be positive obviously there was a lot of talk about the run lost in the guineas prelude where he drew wide with her and he just sort of went back Salak along the LoC somewhat out of the equation expected to be somewhat in the one one way do you go with these rice well a lot of coming out of that is probably which was one boy acting own spate I'm just slightly worried about that rice and I will come out of it there's a lot of narrative sleeping on lucky but he fleet had won the rice boy half link let's do it right now if we'd be getting to thirty of mock to-to-to Seventieth Mock Duck Creek five is getting that but I just think she's going to drift on the I I think he'll get better than the two-thirty on officer if you like her maybe play a little bit lighter in closer to the rice I'm worried about that rice they went in slowly they couldn't break twelve seconds the lost two hundred that worries me about that Rice what do I do I know a lot of holistic coming into that rice will I go for a different form loin the oil eloquent full moines so I found the phone line from Sydney and I'm going with the Homeless Code Emeralds Got Eight and buy some pretty good ones last dot with Fun Star thirty one dollars but was fifty one hundred thirty one got Bayton that track was a little bit Ryan affected that died I went slowly but based lost four hundred two hundred of the dye that Rice to pay Arado who knows a superstar and before that Gobain by Yale she ran really well in the golden rose of a fast a game was really good light four hundred two hundred two different form on Jones agent really know he's done it before with the highest level lava who won the white when it comes around and this why so there's no worries with China Arkan emeralds at the price is ripping bit and I think it will drift on the well Josie interesting side that with would actually opened a twenty into to ten now aptitude thirty so if that continues there will be a drift estee e you in a similar can't wait you think the it can get beat or now that she's the one I wanna Roger Fleet because it's a tug at rice who to run these small I think she's going to be taking on the day the reason unquote last dot cushy drew fifteen I didn't want to give her a gut bossed out and went right back zoomed up sawed them she didn't have room approaching the if she gets out of the long she is them away because she's got an amazing turn foot so she's coming in flying onto the right our little bit she's a short pause because everyone's thinking potential with taint potential she should absolutely one that ornery so she finally draws a guy which is terrific all concur with Josie acting fit will roll for this more pressure on she's drawn a little at and she'll have to use because I'm eloquently locks the row Ford will mica US getting up the hill the first time at the four day southbank joining saw those two will be honest as well tron bucks doc bobby's Fox was closed last doctor on the pint it'll hold so that'll be the first four the interesting roundup will be cited which cran drawn aunt doesn't WanNa get caught going to rocky he wants to come across the bay in the first half dozen would imagine 'cause they're going to look that tape look back that by off this'll be the nature of the beast I'll go quicker early hill then they'll look to back the tempo off law and fleet get the best runs to pays back one eight one back to horses I've got a great turn of foot they classy Ranasinghe the rice they guy to get that sit back off that wall torp Iran and get at at the raw thome that's why I wanna Rod Fleet because she's had that topic coalfield now and she should have won last dot and she's got a lot of upside I'm not worried about the process so I'll be following southbank oil elegant into the rice now the key is here Emerald who gets back but it's a first look at coalfield and she's going to have the wall up with the logs have missile mantra who have her back on he's Roy showed running missile mantra Nice to have got the best turn of foot light by Kenai be close enough from the six fifty two the the three fifteen to build up and sprint with the locks of fleet and yes I law that again and get those beautiful rounds just off that high pressure really so I'm going with fleet on thinks she's got more upside and I recommend she uses that tuna food she'll be happy catch so of course I'm glad this is rice seeks saving I would not want this in the Corey these pretty auburn as open as you'd say rice to thirty five rituals Oregon just more attack when whenever it's worth which is not much let's have a look at rice seven now the coalfield stikes aviles easier five deservedly so those thirty five homes four dollars density area and those fifty gathered chop eleven bucks a dream castle thirty dollars black hotbed showing not backing up it or not paying to win second arrive there at seventy dollars getting those and Chitral Good Humour Twenty Seven Harlem and Asuka debuted at thirty five and sixty seven Josie yes saw matt pretty important he gal H Open Heisman have drawn gates one and two so I think they'll control the gala shop? I think heisman considered so expect getting to roll forward as well as your spayed and I think that's where they'll say it'll and that's where it will play at villiers can probably find fought on the back of my be three pairs back something like that he was back to his best oversee on that Swat we self destruct going back to a bit of a hard track boy rice seven these tracks gonNA firm right up even get back into the good three by that stage maybe there's a knock on that and not saying there is but we will say on Saturday Abed vilius where he really is at on God gala chocolate I thought he was really really good in he's run loss dodd he was thirty wanting to twenty six dollars he'd get beaten by Blackhawk bought bought or this he's ready to rock and roll he's got some big figures when he ran those big fee is probably about a year and a half two years ago our anymore just a bit newly back to that American from week eight one if these holiest goes forward gets a pretty genuine Tampa on I'm dick the white coal for Dole expected to apply arc and he's going to be really hard to bait just quickly would either well Cape of Good Hope time for one hundred twelve I think he will struggle is day. It's an intriguing Gallup we'll be controlled on speed runners for sure Guy Light Truck Fif- now Josie these the holes that you're going with I think heisman gets the best run Ben Mellon was caught in two minds audience think he'd be called and Lonzo Coalfield last outdrawing in authority shooter role folding it costing the rice you had to guy back kief grand and he gave blackout too easy around one eight one back and I think that happen on the ban will be positive on Heisman I think you'll sit outside the late and I think he'll be the catching this but the one that's got the turn of foot in the one that I can trust in the host it's buying the coffee full and sharing that Greg Turner fully Sevilla's coming off a red hot win-loss dot he excels at the mall and a quarter and woody's feet you can trust him and we've been wanting to see at this time in and he's acceleration las dot was good he's a group to win this track and trip and the dream force and also happy clap perform against this is the best form to follow trusting the fiber to sit midfield I'm not going to get caught up in these international hoses Iran Coalfield I have a two thousand made his way there cdn in terms of the speech up but what I can trust from guide seven civilians getting the best round midfield to pay us back and using that turn of foot when there's genuine rolling into that Bain from the six fifty white lit up he he'll get rolling Mike these real test over the two thousand meters but I think villas can climbing light afi or wanted a slightly bigger rises pyeho offered sands lock The boys giving you a copy you can definitely probably we're going to take a break when we come back we're going to have a little bit more group ones at Caulfield and then we're going to go up to see me for they want as well well that's too damn free to go in terms at five dollars coming off that probably win Kubrick non dollars ruckus Carina and Super Seth at thirteen dollars grams well at forty dollars Suba at seven dollars so patch nine hundred express poss- twenty-one Josie a few more on the next project will go to you now for the map and how it's all bay somewhat and rose forty can probably get it now that's a positive fit him if he gets the one but it's also another positive because I think if he gets the one one cannot say dollar saying he and getting in from guiding at all and I think would be posted three ward which again won a huge manage Bot it's not a sensational I one that the camp would want for dollar saying it's going to be a really competitive rice and I think there's a lot between alligator blood and ninety dollars saying I'm going with our saying ESPN profile look was very short in the market lost when it get Bayton well-documented day by me ED or works here in Dallas on has drawn at with Ella Guida blood they story we'll be positive and work up the hill for the first time but I want to try and get across to follow groundswell join me outside your deal be ridden Ford

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NFL's Braylon Edwards tells all in new book

SportsCenter AllNight

09:10 min | 1 year ago

NFL's Braylon Edwards tells all in new book

"Our next guest had a legendary career at Michigan he was outstanding receiver in the NFL he is the author of a new book in the title really does say it all doing it my way my outspoken life as a Michigan Wolverines NFL receiver and beyond it's a pleasure to welcome to this sporting life the one and only Braylon Edwards Braylon thank you for joining us. the long time it's been a long time since we spoke at an end and as you were dressed in the book Braylon when people think about you they don't just think about your talents as a receiver they don't think about the big games that AC title games or the rose bowls they think about the controversies what you you delve into them in this book why did you want to you know dredge all that stuff up. a lot of times people get attention as they tell their story or what exactly happened so one thing come out is more so with the perception is that the time and then it becomes a story and in all the years you know and that's what it is written in stone so it was a good time for me to be able to tell all the stories and under every story from do you eyes two incidents outside my clothes will arise and people works better there were other things at at playing in those situations but I just sold you know not saying anything but the media dictate that the media the media personnel for markings dictate a on one matter and I got quiet never said anything and those things never get a chance to you know get toggle plus a lot of good things happen to you know there's a lot of philanthropic endeavors that happened a lot happier off the field have a great there are a lot of other things to talk about you know depression bullying when I was a kid so it's a heck of a store and has a lot of things that we can put out there in the book speaking with Braylon Edwards the former Pro Bowl receiver the former Michigan Wolverines star he was the third overall pick in the two thousand five NFL draft by the Cleveland Browns it only your third season in the league Braylon you at twelve hundred eighty nine receiving yards right AT receptions are your pro bowler you had some other good years notably with the jets in twenty ten almost a thousand yards receiving but you're clear didn't go the way you hoped it would go eight and and although he lasted much longer than most last in the NFL you you you were someone who is thought of as a hall of fame talent. if their injuries there are other things that went on what was it like just being caught up in that maelstrom and and not being able to get every ounce of your talents to use every ounce the weight that you would have wished our records right you know a lot of times he says spray Kato where you go online for you were you drafted what can you play for I was not at the Cleveland Browns and United play with injuries and uncertainties and continue with. in your world organizational changes office according to head coach ownership ID with kids go to New York Jets have young quarterback was did it for us but there wasn't a lot of. Aaron it outside there were you going to have success then I had a knee injury San Fran I rushed back to the field to get out there because your Harbaugh's how could a person on and it was the first time I hadn't been in a stable situation you know I got that right is a one year deal there was no stability there was no next year there was no gas I was going to start so when I got hurt when I was starting to try to come back try to rise back needed never was the same a play for Seattle I still feel the nails in quarters on sat I'm way way too young at their target core those that travel more time with jet and two thousand thirteen and Lincoln totally with Michael in the preseason against the Jaguars. it is it was times that I mean I I I will smite curricula definitely connect them when I was a kid the one of those guys. got drafted in the end of the first round to the coat so to the you know to a team that won the cowboys Burgoon a play yard can do more to maybe just have a consistent office right you know it is clear that I had seventeen quarterbacks and and for that reason I remember I remember all those guys no no I mean it's hard to remember all of them but I remember that there were a lot of them yeah I mean it was the with Braylon Edwards and his new book is doing it my way my it's spoken life is a Michigan Wolverine NFL receiver and beyond really before we let you go it's great catching up after all these years but you've been out in the news a little bit recently you're talking about your alma mater talk about your former coach Jim Harbaugh and and the words you've used I think are light years behind that team in Columbus Ohio a lot Ohio state and it's it's everyone's entitled to their opinion and I would never discourage anyone from sharing their opinions especially someone with the standing that you have what makes you say that the other than the fact that Michigan's lost fourteen out of fifteen to Ohio state well for them and that's a great start but United in the in the space of the conversation that was more so long live. as they have the idea of a state trooper who over the last year he started without one which says look from trestle so first we'll start a minor. by my Dennis they're gonna have a quarterback that can run quarterbacks that can pass the ball sort thank you have athletes at the wide receiver position they could take the ball and taunted him call back and have a great run again and I have great uses if you look at the changes over the last eighteen years they all have the same I didn't you know how they're able to have success in order to be a national championship game you have to have the formula is you need a defense that can play and win games defense bill instead but you have to have a quarterback yeah arguably in highland conversation that definitely should be first team all conference and you have to have a running back that is potentially a second round us or in the hive in conversation apply when you look at certain things all have stayed in one of when you watch them play you see a team that you know has the potential to be there at the end of the year we watch Oklahoma we watch the cleanse Alabama Georgia where you are these things you see something bad okay this is this is even ten straight year with a Honda fit yet so you know that we watch miss again you have the same question each year by year who's going to be the quarterback who's going to run the ball on this game hasn't had that yeah all dirt like Lansing Michigan office is that lived in our rabbit I do not around and finished in two thousand twelve two thousand thirteen and before that you know who the other guy you know was listening at the wide receiver play make would like this guy's just it is with the the creme de la creme like he's the one I don't mean to talk about my is usually does our ideas right. nineteen ninety six so what's being said ideas on that that was going to take forty Janes national I mean by light years behind my house they get sick and they stay true lies we've been asking the same question of Michigan there's love the arms of our book let's go the radio because the rates right every year who's the quarterback the quarterback gonna be who's going to be an issue I can always between three guys it's never a guy would never moving the next season of their lives guys come back we're gonna build around him even this year's like say that is in that wires yeah this is what I said okay last year but even if your life is your McAfee gonna be you guys Joe Miller even twenty years ago when one of those guys was named Tom Brady couldn't get the job exactly or did you incident Brady is it US got left cooking the bouldering so it's always a question about the way I received right I have you so those are questions at the major institutions that away those are not the question so I did and that's what I mean by light years I know people eight years I would say in the way. that's what I mean the identity has not been there it's it's tough love for Braylon Edwards for his beloved Wolverines his new book is doing it my way my outspoken life and it is still outspokenness Michigan Wolverine NFL receiver and beyond Braylon as I said it's a pleasure catching up with you and congratulations with the book and a good luck with us on as many as possible so I like to tell the others to come on the show. thank you maybe I will we'll catch up with the recap in a round thanksgiving before those they I would love to do

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"twelve seconds" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"twelve seconds" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Market. October twelve two thousand seven the Dow Jones industrial average is only made about five percent per year. Could you believe that over ten years of the ups and downs? In roller coasters, sleepless nights, biting, your fingernails, painting, your side five percent per year, the S and P standard and poor from the high point Tober twelve two thousand seven is only made about five percent per year. All right. We're going to take the NASDAQ over seventeen years. The NASDAQ the NASDAQ only made an average of two percent per year. Are you kidding me folks? Why would anybody do this? It's crazy. If you need your funds, you can't be gambling. It's like being in Vegas, and gambling with all of your retirement funds funds that you need to support yourself. When you retire folks, this market could tank it anytime. Black Monday October nineteenth at Dow in one day was down twenty two point six percent. The SNP in one day black Monday October. Nineteen was down twenty percent. Folkestone do this to yourself. It's crazy. The last financial crisis. The Dow was down thirty six percent. The SNP was down thirty eight percent. The NASDAQ was down forty three percent. Folks. If you lose twenty five percent of your funds in a financial crisis, and the next one is going to be big. You have to make back thirty three percent of your retirement funds. It's going to take you to do that. If you lose thirty three percent guess what? You have to make back fifty percent. That's insane. You can't do this. You can't run with the boys on Wall Street. It's dangerous. They will eat you up every day of the week. You can't do this get into.

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"twelve seconds" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"twelve seconds" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

"Exactly zero. No never surprised that because that's what they do. They'll bring in for one thing and try and do the Gotcha on the other side of it. And. You know, it's funny when they run that gambit like you just said, where this is all bullshit. We know it's fake. Well, okay. Vince fear the boss and why don't you just fire Steve Austin, if you have that problem with him it becomes it insults, the intelligence of their viewers, because they're viewers, hopefully, a lot more intelligent than than that, to believe that kinda shit. So it was. There was a lot of that coming in somebody had to field it Vince owner of the company and although a lot of times he didn't always like being put in that in that role Vince likes gotta be forgotten about another. That's crazy for people to think of but. He would go out there and do it. If there was no one else to do it sometimes he was the best face for the company, sometimes, maybe not. But. If they requested him specifically for vehicle like an NBC in today show that someplace where you'd probably wanna put put him out there to address some of that shit to handle. Whatever it is. They're going to throw his way. So there was a lot of that. And that time just that it's in the mainstream people are looking out and people are. Seemingly for the first time realizing that there's professional wrestling than the WWF out there, and it's a huge business. So it's, it's new oh my God. Can you believe people go to this, so? Yeah, get out there and getting front of it as best you can. Let's talk about the build to the actual pay per view. The druids are going to carry the undertaker symbol to the ring on the may thirty first raw and then the corporate ministry is going to come out and follow the druids to the ring. And he's gonna start talking about a greater power if got Shane McMahon and Paul bearer, and the undertaker, and they're all talking about the greater power, and then thence comes out on the ramp, way and says you screwed Steve Austin and now I'm going to screw you and Vince orders. The entertainer to defend his world title against eve, Austin later in the show and Shane remind vents that he only controls half of the WWF and the title won't be on the line. Then said Tytler no title in the words of Steve Austin, Austin's gonna kick your ass. And of course later in the show, we see Vincent beat the entertainer by D q in two minutes and twelve seconds you could imagine. What's happened in here? Later in the show, Steve Austin is going to beat the undertaker by the Q seven minutes, and thirteen seconds. And there's gonna be a hooded figure wearing black walked to the ring. Chanting music is playing. And this is after Austin's tied up in the ropes Lawler in Rawls are, are going to assume. It's Shane, and in the greater power, the higher power got into the ring and revealed himself to Austin, but not to the cameras and the show was off the air with JR asking who in the hell is the greater power? Did you already know where you're going with us at this? Are you still figuring out even though? I mean, you're sort of teasing that you've got a direction, but sometimes plans changed how she hit. Well, Rousseau is getting credit for this on folks. This is this is the one where you go back to the old Christopher Daniels or ventures. So had the idea of using Christopher Daniels as the fallen angel to be the higher power until. I think Vince actually, you know, Saul him and it was like, what the hell how's he gonna work with undertaker? How's he going to do this, and all this other shit? You're saying that based on size based on size? Yaks Chris's Allen talent L of worker, but it was just based on everything else didn't really match up. So. They got stuck in this. This is my synopsis now that they got stuck go cat. What do we do now? And. I don't think that they really had an answer for awhile is who the hell are we going to use power? Then we're in this story about a higher power. Everything's revolving around is the black scorpion in WCW exactly, what I compared.

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"twelve seconds" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"twelve seconds" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"I'm John Stevens. We have Motech on money coming right up. But first, let's take a look at our top stories at eight o three. Investigators in Eskin Dido are trying to track down. Whoever is responsible for setting a mosque on fire today. Police say the incident is being investigated as an arson and hate crime case after flames damaged part of the Islamic center of Escondido several people at the mosque. They notice the flames they went outside with a fire extinguisher and put out the fire. Lieutenant Christopher lick says police and fire officials arrived shortly after and found graffiti referencing the mosque attacks in New Zealand, so investigators called for more resources people that came out to investigate were the San Diego bomb arson unit, which also has a contingent from the ATF. And then the FBI is also assisting in the investigation. He sends police will be stationed at the mosque until they find whoever's responsible. So people will feel safe to worship. In the meantime, Cooper, Rummell, KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. The fastest runners made quick work of today's L A marathon once again African athletes capture both the top spots the men's title went to Alicia Barnow. Kenya? Who also won the marathon in two thousand seventeen today's race. They say was one of the most exciting in years with Varno. Pulling ahead of a fellow Kenyan chess barely before the finish line, the Santa Monica pier and ending with a time of two hours, eleven minutes and forty five seconds Ethiopian runner, a scali Morandi took the women's title. She said a new women's course record for two hours, twenty four minutes and twelve seconds. One person is dead. Two others critically hurt after a chain reaction crash.

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"twelve seconds" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"twelve seconds" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Is there. I will excuse me, gentlemen, repeats that. Or any other comment? I will directly. I will directly be removed if he repeats it. Thank you, MS chairman and not observed that's three interruptions of my time by the same individual. And at the chair is not utilizing discretion or move that individual. I believe I have about a minute of time remaining. And I wanted to take the time the gentleman yield for a friend yield for a question. I typically do my friends from Florida. But since my time has been so interested members of the other side, perhaps you could have one of your colleagues yield time to you mister mind. Remaining believers out a minute and twelve seconds. Gentleman has one minute and thirty seven seconds left need to clear that I can chairman appreciate that. Gentlemen will precede names chairman. We we all are entitled to our own opinions and views on how to address gun violence, but I don't believe that we are entitled to our own facts. And we'll have great personal affection for the gentleman from Rhode Island. It is deeply troubling to me and hurtful that as I share the experiences of people who've lost sons and daughters have lost friends and neighbors at the hands of violent illegal aliens who have illegally acquired firearms that my colleague would indicate that that's somehow lying or making misrepresentations to the committee. And so if my colleagues on the other side of the aisle have solutions for gun violence or to secure our border to make sure that illegal aliens, don't come into possession of firearms. I'm eager to hear those. But in your debate with me, please don't demean or diminish the pain and suffering the humanitarian consequences, the violence, the bloodshed that has occurred because we allow illegal aliens to come into our country received the veils of of protection benefit from policies of catch and release that my friends on the other side of the aisle have supported and then come here and act like that is the great. Challenge of our day to deal with gun violence, if we really cared about safer streets. We would build a wall and secure the border, and we would do it post. Hayes Republican Matt gaetz. Dull geons? Chrysler, general eighty was stated problem entering grief, and I will directed at any particular member. I do think in this committee that we should the promise you injuries. The.

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"twelve seconds" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"twelve seconds" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"Sports radio ninety four w I six point five top of the hour. A very groggy Ray data Jobe ourselves. He might be. There's no way that thing went on tell one something. And now he's up again at seven I don't think so, but I there's a couple of things I want to ask him about. And I want to bring to our attention. I because you know, it's awesome win. But do they really have to traumatize us? Yes. Would six. With six eighteen to play. The eagles have a two touchdown lead. And the Rams are already burned a timeout. Where in great shape at that point. All right. And then things start pig. Get real pants because house they go eleven plays eighty four yards to get within a touchdown the drive to two minutes and twelve seconds. They started their own sixteen and marched right up. The field. How would that kind of a defense? So we in that draft prevalent prevent wouldn't you job would that prevent did that prevent anything but bad stuff? The only prevented the given up the big player. I think we we was planning the whole game. Two minutes. Yeah. Thirty four yard played a Reynolds. Ms tackle fine. Mist whatever it is. I could've used a little more time consumption if they go to score their egos get back in an to some right now. And this might have been the biggest play the whole game. Because the eagles are putting it back to the ramps the rim. Still have one timeout remaining. There is three minutes and three seconds to go. When Johnston kicks the the punts the ball..

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"twelve seconds" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

06:20 min | 2 years ago

"twelve seconds" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"A table and last week. There was a lot of criticism about the offense. I think you guys played better this week. What did what did coach say do you guys from from last week to this week because I'm sure you guys felt the pressure? About. Not putting our second at twelve. Second down. Right. Pretty much. That's all it was. Hey, dave. I know you don't have a lot of time last one from me. But how impressed with the composure of Dak Prescott today? Giants try to get after him. But he stay composed in the pocket. I think that. I always knew he always had. In a game that we all we all have been out here. Together, we can better better. I feel that he doesn't show a lot more that he showed thanks for stopping by -gratulations on the victory. I think I will see that Steven Austin back on track. Dallas Cowboys man big time surprise doesn't really get on Twitter as probably the one the one athlete that doesn't get on Twitter. And by the way, who did doc Prescott say to mission accepted or something? Like that before the game. They were taught me it was it was it was Landon Collins. It was the safety. Landon Collins, you kind of talked a little trash to you know, what every time tape on Austin's name comes up to an Oklahoma fan. You kinda get the nerves go, and you get the shivers going because he was the guy that absolutely positively to store destroyed Oklahoma in two thousand twelve Arnie he ran for three hundred and forty four yards on twenty one carries and had four catches for eighty to yours. Yep. Eight kick returns for one hundred and forty six yards that night in Morgantown six years ago. He had five hundred and seventy two all purpose yards and get this that wasn't a record. He came eight yards short of the record. So it's good to see him back on track. Unbelievable. How did you? Remember all that for crying out loud. Google. Found out about the Florida Kentucky thing how could I remember all of that? I was six years ago for so you won the game. But guys like Austin? Yeah. Our players that. And I'm not just sitting here going to try to suck up to him because he came on. But in all reality aren't either players that you kind of forget about and you forget about their explosive nature and the difference that they can make and tonight that was as if Dallas was shot out of the cannon and you'll get a play like that to start the game out. Like they did a sixty yard touchdown pass. It really sets the tone for the entire game and sixty four yards to be exact and in all honesty for Dallas. I mean, it was about all they needed tonight to beat the giants in two thousand thirteen win one hundred percent, right. You get something like that. And all of a sudden, it's a it's a big game. You go up seven nothing. You're at home. The crowd's going crazy. Next thing. You know, you're the giants and you're shaking your head. You're down ten nothing. And then you like what the hell's going on? We're ready behind the eight ball and give the giant sub cry. Dow ten nothing at halftime. I thought they were going to be able to come back get that offense going, no such luck. They never really got going. Now did not happen. All right. A couple of quick tweets. I I do want to clarify one thing because I had brought this up. And I said, hey, if if you're going to retire at halftime, go do it. I'd rather you not go go out there. And in are not go out there and sock than just steal money, and Alex peaky and wanted to be checked, and he goes, no, no, no. He's totally stealing money because his contracts guarantee. Not not not necessarily true. According to Joel Corey who's been on with us many times former agent now, he he writes for just about everyone. I think he does some stuff ball and CBS sports. But he said they can actually get back nearly all of his signing bonus. And void his base salary guarantee. The remainder of his per game roster bonuses won't be paid. Maybe much. Maybe I wanna come back now. Termination pay which can be collected. Once isn't applicable he collected three point seven million from last season when he got cut by the colts. So they'll get some salary cap relief from it. That's almost two mill. They're not paying and it won't go against their roster bonus goodness. He wasn't on the roster for activated for the first game. I'm sure that would have made him quit. No kidding. Maybe they would have known quicker. Yeah. He was a healthy scratch in the first game. And he was first game. Didn't wanna make you quit took the second gate. And here's the thing. That's kind of funny about it. Is you go back to the off season and guys like von Davis. If your team was looking for a cornerback like say, maybe mine was you you look at him and realize that dude's been to a couple of pro bowls. And maybe he's someone who could come in make a difference in you end up losing him to buffalo, and you kind of get a little depressed. And then lo and behold when he gets that opportunity to play the dude quits, here's what's even crazier about it. Yeah. Is Lorenzo Alexander the linebacker having to explain to everyone. What happened? I mean, you're the post game locker room, and it's got to feel. Well, we had a player quitted. Halftime. Oh my gosh. All right. The questions are rolling in hot and heavy. We'll get to coming up here in just a bit from the guy go Fox Sports radio studios and again. Nobody else is doing this sports radio by sell coming up here in just a bit. And Peter says what Spaniards is interesting on the air. The cardinals offense at scores zero points today a little bit. Data my not or what did you see how they had the last name of Sam Bradford on his jersey? It looks like his name was Brad Ford. Because for some reason there was there was a spy, and I'm I'm watching that whole game. And the right. I love Sam Bradford. I think he's had an interesting career after an incredible collegiate career Arnie, it's time. It's time in Arizona. It's time in Cleveland. Let's hit overdrive. Let's give these rookies a chance. I wanna see Josh Rosen play. I wanna see Baker Mayfield play. It's time. And when we come back, it's time for your tweets. It's like Fox Sports radio..

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"twelve seconds" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"twelve seconds" Discussed on WJR 760

"With five minutes and twelve seconds to play and Utah state knocking on the door here They are Utah state. Jordan love Incredible rhythm on. The field stands runner short, of the, goal line secondary Football really. Is inside the one second goal Become the aggies of Utah state out of the huddle three wideout short side left Plus Dax Raymond, on the wing on the, left Thompson to, the left Jordan loved the quarterback shotgun snap a little, bit low picks it up roths. It toward the back end of the end zone incomplete what play by Justin lane it look like Ron Cueva de and Tarver at caught it and the back left corner of the end zone Knocked away by Justin lane Yeah Very good. Play they're just delaying to get that tipped. Out they were both battling for that ball in the. Corner now it's third and. Goal Wait for. The snap back same formation Now looks to. The bench He's got Tarver green and bonds to the left Raymond on the wing on the left Thompson moves to his right and. Utah state's going to take time out the play clock was down to one Charge time out Utah state Let's be a full media, timeout tension in east Lansing Utah state burns, time out with five seven to go in the game the Spartans lead thirty to twenty. Four back in a moment here on the Spartan network When the pain. Started in my knee I didn't think it was a big deal but after a while my husband pointed.

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"twelve seconds" Discussed on Spreaker Live Show with Rob Greenlee

Spreaker Live Show with Rob Greenlee

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"twelve seconds" Discussed on Spreaker Live Show with Rob Greenlee

"Had like like you said three clock system i had the thirty minute timer hit that then i hit the first segment so they're basically going you know the thirty minute timers always going and then you have the each segment you know as a separate one so you just can gauge it but again like it shouldn't freak anybody out if all the sudden the timer goes up starts blinking or whatever oh by the way and you can that i don't know if i said that in the video but you can use it to their settings you can make sure it doesn't cause any issues sound but it just helps a lot of people who want to do radio are going to have to get into some sort of format anyway so you might as well start so also i like to recommend to that it's not a bad idea for you it's okay to go over though show clocks probably by you know a few seconds or or something like that and just make a note of it so as you create like a diary of all your episodes and just say you know this is where these transitions happen in the pergram and it allows you to go back and look at your notes and say in episode fifteen i had a break it five minutes and fifty six seconds ten minutes and twelve seconds and you can more easily when you go into your your your dynamic end sir shen area and settles insertion points based on those notes easier than than trying to find those transition points in the the wave time line done done a bunch of episodes and you completely forgotten where we're the right i mean you can do it in the tool setup to actually do that but it's going to add time to your process it'd be much greater if you had that number in front of you you just slide the slider over and say goes right there you should be able to see it in the in the wave time line as well so if you have the actual time plus you have the visual of a little bit of a transition there so so you just stop talking just for second and then start again you'll see a little little bit of a gap in the way form and that could be also another clue that you can drop that insertion point right there and it's a good way to do it anyway because you wanna create a element of stopping talking and then start talking again and that's where that that ad data right yeah yeah no right and it's funny because sure you know editing audio you find all these tricks right likes when this another little trick i have like if i know that i flubbed up right like oh i misspoke i said something i was supposed to say i'll pause and then we'll do a and clap and that causes a huge spike right in the sound bite so you can see it there but another funny thing rob like going back and putting those insertion points only problem is when you do i've done these interviews we have like two or three hour show and it's almost impossible to see any there's no difference in the way file like unless you could zoom in there like really tight so it's like you're like just it can be hard if it's five minutes or thirty minutes show yeah it's just a a mass of just dark area lines just can't you can't see anything different but i mean it's helpful to be able to zoom in a little bit and they the speaker tool that does allow you to kind of look a little deeper in the audio so so which is helpful definitely let's move on and talk a little bit about here this past weekend i had a guess on my new media show that i do which is another podcast that i do every week on saturdays at ninety m pacific new media show dot com.

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"twelve seconds" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"twelve seconds" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Start at shortstop today for the toronto blue jays the jays of course without their usual shortstop story to lewinsky lead misdee as is well so turn to martin for a day now he's by the infield before has some experience at third base it actually did play one inning at shortstop a couple of weeks ago against the mets actually in a twelve two loss for the blue jays so he's getting the start over there at shortstop for toronto starting a catcher at shortstop is bray is brave the mets are starting a corpse sit shortstop today that's a little harsh but jose reyes getting a start at shortstop and boy it's been a horrible season for raise one forty three batting average sixty plate appearances now she's had some opportunities only one extra base hit two stolen bases and defensively i mickey callaway explained it as they got a double header coming up on mondays they wanna give him ed rozario the day off the problem is raised isn't the only guy you could go to in this spot they could you don't wanna move as trouble cabrera over the short side he's finding second base okay at bats that ballgame they take noah syndergaard out at seventy eight pitches with the man on at first base down one and that's about where you gotta make that move when you're down but your best chance to try to have a big hit there is race and race makes another soft contact out and that was a tough spot and then syndergaards out of the game you're down one jose batista's the big shot in the ninth inning but i don't i can't i can't imagine why raise key continues to get opportunities in big spots whether it be off the bench or now another start for this mets team when there are other options not great options mind you but other options on this mets team so race again to start shortstop otherwise same lineup as last night for the new york.

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"twelve seconds" Discussed on KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket

KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"twelve seconds" Discussed on KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket

"What they're doing the first game of the season now like the first like twelve seconds of the game god it was it was a terrible freak situation for gordon hayward he's young fortunately unfortunately he had that gruesome injury hopefully he can recover paul george i actually saw that leg break live and he seems to be okay knock on wood hopefully he was kinda young when it happened okay so let's talk about the game so you were there let's talk about those greg game it's kinda cool that the rest are just letting him play like i i mean yes there are some questionable calls i'm all sides but man i saw some that i was like jeez they're not gonna call it but at least at that time they were calling both ways or not calling it both ways yeah there are some some tough fouls i weren't called and there was some missed calls like some obvious calls like when you know how hard or or curry would penetrate to the basket and someone would swipe it it was clearly off that team the defending team but they still gave the ball to the defending team which is kinda crazy to me yeah so with with chris paul likely out i said likely not much has been decided completely yet with a hamstring injury do you see any reason for the rockets to like try as hard as they can in this game because there are eleven point underdogs because of this news about chris paul do you try to knock tank but not take this too serious and put all your eggs into the game seven basket because it paul is out you know that you're probably going to be down a little bit what what are your thoughts on that.

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"twelve seconds" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"twelve seconds" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"The mpr this is in twelve seconds all you need to know about where we are politically donny deutsche msnbc and that if he is not taken out of office in ankara hold on of office by two thousand twenty agreeing a landslide was people vote with their pocketbooks and that's what's scary to me oh so we have to take him out whatever it takes we've got to take him out taking down and that if he is not taken out of office took him out of office impeached while yes just dragged out of the auto no i wouldn't put anything past the democrats maybe they just intend to just kind of barge in past the secret service and grab years you know grubbing by the hair what little over thirty years and drag his ass to pensilvania avenue can lock the gates i guess that's what they wanna do pan that if he is not taken out of office in handcuffs by home office by two thousand twenty steel lane a guy going a landslide was people vote with their pocketbooks and that's what's scary to me it's scary to him because if we don't if if the democrats don't take trump out which means they have to win the midterm elections they have to get a majority in the house and senate the house has to have enough votes to to pass articles of impeachment and in the senate has to have twothirds to convict him of those articles of impeachment to remove him from office until they've got to win the midterm elections oor.

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"twelve seconds" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"twelve seconds" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"The twelve two thousand sixteen at that time defendants and their coconspirators through another organization control group organized the rally uh called trump is not my president held on november the twelve two thousand sixteen the latter is the one that were were talking about and the one that moeller has said was put together by the russians as it's a fake just to sow discontent into the of the american political fabric after the election and i repeat again because it fit the editorial agenda of msnbc and cnn they dove all over it even inventing fake leaders fake organizers of this and injecting that in two regular news reporting now he talk about fake news which i think by the way the term it's been overused but this genuinely the fake is of news what do you do what do you do about it how do we oversee networks to ensure that they're not making this up as they go along as they did on this day i got a couple of suggestions that i will share rudder for we update our own news on damn j here's liskeard thank you may this supreme court has sided with the 9th us circuit court of appeals a by rejecting to challenges by gun rights groups to california laws regulating the sale of firearms in one case the appeals court said california could require people to wait ten days to buy it gun even if they already owned one in another case the appeals court upheld california's nineteen dollar fee for sales and transfers of guns the nc aa has upheld a previous ruling that vacates all of university of louisville's men's basketball wins from two thousand twelve to two thousand fifteen the schools interim present dr greg postel speaking i cannot say this strongly enough we believe the unser aa is simply wrong to have made this decision the cardinals will have to vacate one hundred twenty three victories including their championship in two thousand thirteen and return millions in conference revenue a man is recovering in a los angeles hospital after being gored by a bison the man was camping on cavallina island last weekend he was airlifted to la after the animal charged in severely injured his arm according to park officials there bison roam freely on the.

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"twelve seconds" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"twelve seconds" Discussed on KELO

"Six thirty the third jacks of forty 127 lead all the road at springfield missouri state trips to the left including goddard kick a proud ouattara christie to throw screen got it over the middle thirty thirty five right seem forty cuts back right side 45 used the midfield follow the right number he's run down her behind the forty one yard lot of missouri state thirty yards on the screen to goddard of jack syringes bear forty two and that's always may sincere offense lineman working twenty yards up field again guys had looked like to come back toa miller for out kind of leading the way six receptions one hundred fourteen yards forgot her and christianised comported ten passes and they've cover two hundred forty one yards at all one receiver each side to backs both to the right of christian and i set fake rally the quarterback looks to throw that ear sidelined it it's too far in front of adam and her stood on the deep out to the near sideline second down it said is it have regained the league goals seventeen twelve second ranked north dakota state leads tenthranked western illinois in the middle of the third a little way state a seventeen fourteen lead the coyotes are about to put it back late in the third in southern illinois is opened up a thirty one seventeen lead in the middle of the third at indiana state earlier today you what i beat ninth radium state 1914 jackson second it's head of the road forty two trips left twins right christian old thrilled you're side seemed got it makes the catch 35 turns up field twenty follow the leftovers 20 15 ted so touchdown south dakota say cage did a great job of blocking forgotten who broke attack oon seek up the football turned up field and was gone missouri state that time has blitz and brought a guy right up that mental untouched christian had to get rid of it early got her just kinda ran about a 10yard curl out pattern there and he broke the initial tackle everyone else within man coverage and then kate johnson just provided that block downfield to make sure that geider could get to the end zone chase terry's extra point is good inside the left up ride with five thirty one left at the third sps.

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"twelve seconds" Discussed on The Editors

The Editors

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"twelve seconds" Discussed on The Editors

"That would be less likely to happen now because if it started on twitter someone would say known are look it it's actually just a radio play at the newspapers of the revolutionary or of the pre civil war era would not published every twelve seconds maybe you've got one in the morning a if it had in it particularly scarlett editorial or accusation at the mob could be quite easily wound up without many voices to to calm them down without anyone pushing back and so although i agree that we are entering interesting times of the people can completely push themselves into a silo there have always been risks associated with hyperbole i and the dynamic now at is also extremely good at debunking nonsense and that a providing a second view in a way that wasn't always the case regardless of this uh and regardless of the truth if you like your opinion as to who is to blame and what we should do about it at eight is indisputable at that certain organizations and people within our society are very very quick to blame collections of people political parties philosophical groups uh when the republicans are the ones who can be hit and i think this week we have seen some of the a doublestandard that so drives conservatives nuts i mean the new york times editorial yesterday went off on a bizarre non sequitur about sarah palin and gaby gif it's now even if we ignore that the times made claims about gaby gifford's.

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"twelve seconds" Discussed on The Editors

The Editors

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"twelve seconds" Discussed on The Editors

"That would be less likely to happen now because if it started on twitter someone would say known are look it it's actually just a radio play at the newspapers of the revolutionary or of the pre civil war era would not published every twelve seconds maybe you've got one in the morning a if it had in it particularly scarlett editorial or accusation at the mob could be quite easily wound up without many voices to to calm them down without anyone pushing back and so although i agree that we are entering interesting times of the people can completely push themselves into a silo there have always been risks associated with hyperbole i and the dynamic now at is also extremely good at debunking nonsense and that a providing a second view in a way that wasn't always the case regardless of this uh and regardless of the truth if you like your opinion as to who is to blame and what we should do about it at eight is indisputable at that certain organizations and people within our society are very very quick to blame collections of people political parties philosophical groups uh when the republicans are the ones who can be hit and i think this week we have seen some of the a doublestandard that so drives conservatives nuts i mean the new york times editorial yesterday went off on a bizarre non sequitur about sarah palin and gaby gif it's now even if we ignore that the times made claims about gaby gifford's.

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