27 Burst results for "Twelve Th"
Boomer & Gio
"twelve th" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"Did you feel were legal. Looked like the one where the other knee the not want. The guys got you a little bit late necessarily see that one. I heard it on was anything bad i. I don't watch the clip. You know. I think he you know had tried to hurt. When he got hurt on was the matthew jude on. Hit here was sala. On just in terms of losing props to new england that punches in the first month and then scored point so credit to he knows that No one's gonna feel sorry for this team. Nfl doesn't really give a flange. Excuse my language yeah Here he was. he says. We'll be okay. I know we got great character. Guys i know there were playing their butts off just at every once in a while. Excuse my language You get your teeth. knocked in. Their teeth were knocked out. That is true here. Were sheldon rankings. Talking about getting his teeth knocked out. I can't recall ever being on the end of a given up. You know that many points but then their day you know getting punishing them off like that. never goodfellow twelve th straight victory for the patriots over the jets. Sixth consecutive seasons. Sweep over them as well jets bengals on sunday. Good luck as cincy. Just clobbered baltimore will start there the drawer chase over under five hundred fifty yards receiving. No no no no no not that bad now not gonna play a dramatic chase highlight here and said i'll give you another one of joe. Boroughs.
The Larry Elder Show
"twelve th" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show
"Level compassion for people understand that not everybody can afford a private school are not everyone can handle homeschooling. Even though home schooling has become much better over the years. there's groups that joined together and You know maybe do online classes. Gather up where. Their kids can participate in You know sports are different events and so on cetera. This plenty of stuff to be done out there. But i'm i i'm sifting of the opinion. I'm shifting towards the opinion aren't getting closer and closer inching towards it that perhaps it's time To to either radically changing maybe even get rid of government schools. Did you know that one. And a half million fewer students in k through twelve enrolled in school in twenty In the school year. Twenty twenty one. Twenty twenty three twenty Twenty one with a total of k twelve enrollment about fifty one million students across the us That's about one. And a half million students three percent the largest segment of levers and no shows were ben believe it or not kindergarteners in pre k. and pre ks. Who's enrollment dropped by thirteen percent last year in. These figures are on precedent in obviously kobe. It has something to do with them. But normally we'd see drop in some of these schools but the largest decline has always been about one percent obviously again. The main reason is due to kobe. What here's what we've learned With the nation's report card from the ap which reveals that just thirty seven percent of u. s. twelve. Th grade students are proficient in reading. Thirty seven per cent pitiful. Twenty four percent are proficient. Imafuku Manso parents who can afford it are sending their kids to private schools. But there's gotta be other options. I understand that the government schools have lost many students charter. Schools wall traditional public schools. Were losing students independently. Run charter schools. Listen to this in thirty nine states saw an influx of nearly a quarter million new students so parents are starting to pay attention. I really do believe that schooling is going to be either either. You have to pull your kids out or you have to home school. My wife and i did it. It is hard. It's not easy by any stretch of the imagination We struggled financially. Not gonna lie to you but we got it done Additionally homeschooling has been booming the census bureau reports that between two thousand twelve in two thousand twenty the number of home schooling families remain steady at three point three percent but by may twenty twenty jumped to five a five point four in just five months. October twenty twenty. That number jumped to eleven point one. Our children and we as parents should be treated like customers in our schools. We are not. It is time to make a change. Perhaps i'll dive into this a little more tomorrow. I'm sorry the border issue kind of took me off task. But i felt like it was important to deal with. We can't have. We gotta have closed borders guys. We have to no borders no country until next time. Don't worry doing. Good god bless..
Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red
"twelve th" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red
"One of the best opportunity smart came in the twelve. Th minute a cross from she. Nishiki i believe to the back pos. The michael borrows heads over the bar and then ends up dropping on top of the net. You ever since we'll tell though it was really the only true danger man for toronto on the night him getting the ball in the space and trying to cut inside and the centreback sit really good job of cutting out his angles and forcing him into You know bad shots. From distance or from poor angles that would have been spectacular and for the most part he was unsuccessful. The only other really good opportunity had came in the twenty eight. Th minute when patrick mullins kind of did a little bit of a shimmy shake shoved off. Kenny wilson and cut inside and proceeded to vary patch in a very patrick. Mullins way chipped the ball to the back post in spectacularly Lucas says look decent. He had a couple of really good opportunities inside the box mark. He's increasingly looking like more of a winger than he is a leftback. Dare i say sam vines like possibly like what we see from davies with byron munich keegan rosenberg got more involved in the attack as well rapids through a numbers. I would say mark every single one of the five changes. That robin frazier made. Were attacking side including bring off center back to bring in an attacker. Danny wilson coming up in the second half and the only other real good opportunity you had to the game folks was ninth minute plus one. We're galvan cuts back inside the box and then crosses to the middle dombi indigo rubio. Were there i would say balji. Mark probably had the better angle on the shop. Rubio got to it first and he ends up heading it wide over the bar and this game petered out was very uninspiring mark. I think it was one thing to say another drop but this is more efficiently. We've seen the performance drop off against the lesser opponents this extremely concerning normally throat to start off good thing mark but where we wanna start giving. This game didn't have a whole lot of plot and not much good stuff to talk about other thirty some good things. I'm always game for this. I just read rewatch. I just watched this game for the first time because i was covering so everybody was out of town For my other beat which is covering the pittsburgh river hounds. So i've no joke. I did my best matt. You'll appreciate this reference. I did my best rachel. Krieger impersonation rachel. Krieger is a amazing Journalists for last word on soccer at several other outlets. But i have personally witnessed rachel. Krieger shoot photos. Then take her laptop behind the opposing goal at write the article while the game was in progress while also downloading the photos so i was doing photography.
"twelve th" Discussed on Get Up!
"Pack jones's job to lose plus stack is back and there's no pitch count does that make dallas legitimate contenders and bayer say their offense ready to take off but who should be. The pilot are experts. Offer their flight plans and a lot more as we get up right now. Say happy friday to you. Thanks for joining us this morning. Forget up i'm ryan spending for greenie and look at this. We had a party in the studio gras. Soft or here are see. Rob nick of joining us in just a second and talk some football and a lot of it but first. Let's get to the streets of the go there here in the house and we already got to get to the streak of the night because the yankees have been on fire. Can they make it a dozen looking for their twelve. Th straight win taking on the ace top second scoreless. Carlos stanton crossing the fastball dead center. Field home run. Third time stanton's homered in three consecutive games against yankees tack on another to take a two lead early top third. Joey gallo of bomb right centerfield his thirtieth of the year yankees up six to nothing and they are feeling it. Gallo at member of the yankees ninth-inning here. We go aaron judge as fought back to tie it at six. He's the plate with a runner on third and judge coming through fighting off cutter into right field yankees back on top seven to six. Then we take you to the bottom of the night. Aroldis chapman had his struggles. This season going for the save against matt olsen gets into the ground out the second and new york seals the victory seven six. It's twelve in a row for the bombers and they are peaking at just the right time and again twelve in a row is the yankees longest win streak since they won thirteen straight back in one thousand nine hundred sixty one. That team won the world series and over the last hundred years. This is the yankees ninth win straight of twelve plus games. They reached the world series in seven of the previous eight seasons winning at all five times so we go from baseball to football and it is one of the big story lines in training. Camp cam newton. Mack jones remain in competition for the patriots starting spot and after a five day. Quarantine.
"twelve th" Discussed on Mo Egger
"Espn fifteen thirty with tommy g. Kevin mccloskey and alex tech looking forward to that Fc cincinnati today announced that they will host the us women's national team. They will play a friendly at tq l. stadium against paraguay. Congratulations to fc. Cincinnati fort landing that match the bearcats basketball team. Men's basketball team will play a road game against the miami redhawks on december. The first school announced that today my guess is that is a bit of a make good for the football game not happening in oxford last year. Just a theory and its final. Reds cubs came here having lost eleven straight reds handed them their twelve th straight loss on monday and since then the reds have scored two runs. They fell today. Seven to one to the cubs. Great american ballpark. That is disappointing. There were a lot of guys on that. Cassim that i'd never heard of. Yes correct as i put it on twitter. A lot of dudes wearing cubs uniforms. I don't know rest up like cubs. Yes we'll get reaction from great american ballpark throughout the afternoon..
"twelve th" Discussed on Double Toasted
"To meet people just down like martin noseda because his daughter. I think mike judge's daughter a martinos mike judge and he's invited me to go out and have lunch of mike judge a few times. Not the mike judge would even again. I don't bring these people's names up. Because i don't want to be that person like oh miami's and my buddies my friends these these guys like half these people probably would not even know me are talk to me if they were out in public. So i'm going to be completely honest with you. Man they got. They got better things to do than talk to me. So they said core one hundred edited there with pigs. I house they did not but i. I don't blame if you think that people don't believe me they're like i just looked it up it. Corey name is actually. There of course may everywhere everywhere. Chris you remember this Let me see here are john. Let me see It was a pilot for animated thing. I think that's a long time that we jump into the animated wars man. Why not you and me. Let's do it. why not. it's about time let's see here. You got any ideas. You let me know chris Luke aren't and we're going to get outta here Hey hope y'all doing well. Today really blows my mind Over here blows my mind. How the media up until a few years ago loved attacking artists who didn't fit their american sweetheart ideals that was another thing with britney spears man. They didn't like her being so sexual. That's why everybody was because she know. They made her say she was a virgin. They tried to keep that innocent image as long as they could and so when she started like kind of being more sexual than they really they re they really went in a roasted man they really went in and and and and and persecuted her and also the they crucified him in her first music. Video was hit me baby one more time which he's dressed in like some catholic school shed. That's like rolled up dan. Like what are we talking about. She became sexualize. They sexualize from the fucking beginning. That was the weird thing. Because they want her to america's sweetheart but she would go and make these songs so there's a position where they held up to the standard. Because they wanted her to be a role model for these girls but they couldn't have both ways that's sexy schoolgirl image was selling the music was selling and yet this whole thing about the girl who rose up at the malls singing innocent pop songs. Yeah they hit man. It's fucked up. How they did this girl. I remember being a kid so confused. They gave brittany so much bad. Press and this is before she started acting up even tried to do with miley cyrus and while she did have a wok persona. She wasn't doing any real crazy. Shit of being an asshole like justin bieber feel like hollywood just needs to chill without trial stars but specifically females because they already have a lot on their shoulders yes easy to go in and pick on females man you know. It's a male dominated industry still so it's easier to go in and be pushy with them and make them look bad. So i have nothing added atas fucking horrifying the world that we live in and that we all live in in. Someone says she's an only a couple of years ago. It's just like our minds have changed so dramatically in such a short period of time. I've lived the majority of my life being totally fine with all of this shit and it's a weird thing to sort of interrogate. Ask yourself why. yeah you know. What a all crazy because somebody said. Today's twelve th anniversary of michael jackson's death today i guess so. Yeah i got really. We're getting old man. Yeah yeah man. Yeah and i'm older than useless. Ri guys we're out of here. Been here long enough Gotta go meet some people eight tonight. We have the viewing party on patriot. I didn't really pitch this. Because i was talking about the lascaux new york but people tonight. We have a viewing party..
Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast
"twelve th" Discussed on Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast
"Not good with his perspective ever like outlook On changes sizes depending on like the second but anyway temps of writing out of five of On a high note for the episode. I will say that law mansi was pretty. Yes yeah oh yeah troop that being said. It was pretty episode. And i gave it warm okeydokey anche lowey five or two after having discussed a little bit because i do think it's better standalone that is in context but standalone episode. Yeah in saint joke. I make yesterday. You lava amancio underground. It's actually mag nazi women so queen wishy put it in your ranking. Did not consider that. I think is probably your lowest like episode thirty. You gave a one to y- Twenty-five okay depends on our program on debut or the falling from the sky with the metal. Mommy moon the sky. Let's say a lot of things have benched. I think that's inconsistently. Like my my real low point to be honest yet. Mine's like some hell. That's the third worst episode despite it being just terrible and it's always like i guess what i'm thinking about. How bad an episode can we now. Is it worse in the falling from the sky episode because most of the time just like not nothing can be that there's not a lot It does not can be ever worse than falling from the sky in terms of our overall ranking meant that it got an eight point five with my three point five eighty four and you'll one so that means that it is the same as episode thirty seven which was the maimi talks about corporations episode and episode three. Which was the omega molin. Happened again. Bait up album on and then they went to the digital world episode. So i was. Who's in so respect. Yeah the plot. I would agree which means that. This episode is sitting in the thirty first place. So it's kind of like sitting in hanging out in the middle which is which is fine. I think mine for yeah. I put mine in eighteenth place and he put it in twelve th place and That's basically all for episode two so with that and also i still don't have internet this the weekly update of do i have internet now. I don't have internet. Yeah you that means we can get on with the show because we've touched on. The last episode was introduced. Everyone for everyone or just air twitter bought. The counter is airs. internet. It doesn't even have to be abolished. May saying no every day or every am that's what it feels like at this point like like we need every our weekly poll will have next week. Yes the answer is like i feel like so much happened In in like a very short amount of time it felt like. I'm going to get into tomorrow and then like nothing happened off to. We're going to have it tomorrow at any point bull in terms of like the the preventable like yeah..
Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
Mets Get Rare Home Win Over Cubs
"Great game and city field between the cubs and the mets taiwan walker was outstanding. The two on the inside corner strike three cl walker claps his hand against his bed as he heads off the mound after his career high. Twelve th strikeout of the game. It's a one two three inning. He's retired twelve in a row from. Wcbs the mets with a three two lead at that point. They had a three two lead in the ninth inning. Seth lugo on the mound. Pinch-runner jake bresnik first base in this happened they would up next mccain has an end of the game with a strike them out throw them out yet to come to sogard line center field. They sent over toward white center. That will enable boras need to go to third is gonna take the tourneys can score on the plane with a tad stickers to challenging the where you live who a one hop bullets to the plate. Maroshek is out running through a stop sign and the cubs are down to their final out of the game actually. He was waived home and there was only one out at the time the cubs lose the game. Three two
The Adam Carolla Show
"twelve th" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Suite squeak. Have you met miss a good friend of mine. Just moving on yeah. That's a good point. Man i i work with a guy named trey and his last name was roundtree. So i'm assuming tree came from roundtree but i never asked around three. Oh yeah. Wow isaac on point today. So he's he's in tune. This guy squeak. I work with said. We're talking about Eating pussy and he said I don't eat nothing. It gets up and walks away when i'm done. There's your pearl. There's a black pearl of wisdom. Call those black pearls. New have never heard that black pearl o. Man with urban dictionary or do that like when my trainer super brother Terry claybon said to me that the fight games about putting faces in seeds. And i didn't correct him. I think he meant fannies. The point is s. Black pearl texas t. So just. I love life man. Either good or butchered words of wisdom would be black pearls like could you be a brother you think them i don i i don't have i don't i don't have the vertical or the foot speed of the hair i do i do have i do have the hair you get the height lot of brothers big guys not fond and my dad brothers big galvanize you'd probably say using the phrase saying fine yeah you're outrage but it made me wonder at that point when some of the other brothers agreed with them with squeaks black pearls of wisdom then made me think is this a fake. I don't know i mean different. Cultures have different opinions. I guess don't well who knows. I don't know what the time you were wondering this. I'm still wondering maybe sure thing. All of your black thing you know there was. There was a jew. Yeah that is for sure stereotype. There's a thing on touch point. Oh or they're having a pie eating contest quote unquote and he's playing us like three black guys and they're like the like not going near it. Oh yeah this is the thing. Yeah yeah they don't they. Don't push magic. You don't do love matching no you think to a trick and no. I think a love hate relationship with magic. Which is i from every video. I've ever seen online so much. Greater reaction whatever whatever david yeah where to black magician it. That's what i wanna know abu. The david blaine. He's not black though. That's a good point. He's sorta honorary tape on this john. David blaine did a thing. He did the limitation thing for me in front of me now wants in front of the bathroom at love line. Was it incredible freak you out. It's this it's really cool. But it's this thing where when they have to do something i like. They don't just stand in front of and level tate. They turn around and get like a three quarter. Turn like if you're standing at at twelve th straight up there facing seven forty five or something and then they then they put their hands up. They start focusing and they start doing it. But it's always kinda like why didn't you. Yeah we had a guy we hit once. It wasn't blamed but he was like was blocked. He's out a puerto rican jewish blaine while he said. I'm going to bend this fork using using philip. And i was like all right. Let me get a four. I brought my own a while. Okay you say just by crate and barrel just grabbed described as super dirty stout your hardest four stainless steel for can either look rather you didn't get here heaviest dirtiest strongest status for eighteen or bust. That's right you can see on section section. Yes when you provide the fork it makes me think maybe there's something with the fork and a little less telepathy but day anyway. Hey gary gary grabbing a fork or something but jerry. I wanted to hear a little bit of The net flicks Yeah No offense is what is called. Where'd you shoot at there. We started down in new orleans man. Ooh it was a little scary because they don't have a regular comedy based fans down there And i mean they had people that had never been to like an auditorium had people because i came from a small town people that have come out of nowhere to see this. I mean they had people thought it was like a sporting event they had a woman. They had a woman yelling literally. Yelich cheering the entire time. Like yelling defense. Like as if like had no idea that a throw roundabout about seven minutes like had no idea what this was. So wow that's scary because it was unique. I've done the he do. Stand up in front of your crowd and it's awesome. Yeah and then you go do some corporate thing or somebody talk to you in a some charity event for the old blue hair society. Or whatever and it ain't the same it ain't the same so filming it. Wow it was a mix. I was a little scared. But i thought well if i never get to do this again at least i get to do it like at home and stuff you know and people cheered weird parts like it would be a joke and everybody's like cheering like like a political statement. It had a little bit of a trump rally feel to it at certain moments. It really really did. Well let's Let's i just told. Gary grab grab few seconds seven so we can hear it tough time at a tough year family stuff you know always man. My uncle just got busted for a thuc.
The Sean Salisbury Show
"twelve th" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show
"On way south carolina. Now you know where. Okay if i ask you right now where conway coastal just off. It's just north of myrtle beach. That's what i just said. Burn down by the shoreline. So it's basically the university's between myrtle pathway in myrtle beach even on the coast. When you asked me. I said it's can't be named coastal carolina and not. Be exactly on the close to myrtle beach all right so there. You got worse liberty. I wanna say that's is it. Oklahoma is it not the northeastern school. Roberts is oklahoma. State is all guests. Liberty isn't mississippi or carolina's. I'm going to say it's in these other state new york now. Lynchburg virginia okay. There always closer had no clue where you closer is close to the mississippi. But i named four of them so pick one woke up. It's this yeah but virginia lynchburg virginia. Then spur grachev day. So there you have it here. We go so if you're a recruited home and you're like well who are the all i know who liberty is. Now you know that. Hugh freeze guide right. Yeah so point being. Is you have an opportunity to even if it's just getting to extra crews at never heard of you that are really good. It enhances your program right just to get in. We're going to take notice then if you go through a win a few. Life's good mike. What's on your mind man. How you doing good. I just wanna say i. I can't see it going past the top ten. You can't make the case in the last twenty twenty five years. How thirty years that number. Eleven number twelve had a shot at a national championship game number one and number two of by and then let the three through ten play each other and keep the the game so minimum because they play something scheduled already. Sony's the bigger problem with that. Is that the the sec. The big ten are gonna end up getting heavily weighted and i. I just don't think you should go more than ten teams. I think they're going to mike. They're gonna go outside the top ten they are going gonna go doesn't teams that makes college. I make them more money. But i don't understand how they college before you need better right. What's the what's the difference between the th team right now. Probably between ten and fifteen. What's the biggest difference. I mean twelve can be ten once in a while. Yeah once in a while but the big difference between high schools in the top. Ten is what you face on a weekly basis. I mean what right. What an se. But isn't that. What an sec. School faces every week. Right the the. What handsomer safe. Every week but had slowed. Think about this mike. No you're right. L. let's say alabama goes through that brutal. Sec right hora. I mean brutal schedule. And then all the sudden there we call him battle-tested but how can we go. Look at it right. You're right brutal or anybody. Who's got that schedule care. Tougher scheduled in a non power five. That's the twelve th team in the country. What if you're right in on once in a while it can happen and that's why you do this because what if once in a while team has worn down and not fresh legged and you'd get him. Somebody misses a field goal. So that's what i get what you're saying ten teams but i'm kate with twelve. You start to get past sixteen teams and it's i don't think twelve waters it down enough toward people think it's not good football. It gonna do that. And i think you should give me maybe one through four at least of our one and to get a by at least i i don i just don't haven't caught. You wanna relate a negative out. Yeah talking about fifteen sixteen games. Nfl schedule now. Sixteen games italy a. But that's okay. You know what scholarships are worth lot. No mike i get it. I understand what you're saying scope. I don't get me started on the scholarship thing. But i mean you know to me college ship there. There are millions of kids hundreds of thousands of an opportunity to go to college and a lot of guys go to college so they don't necessarily qualify for and then they want money on top of all that i don't wanna go into that whole tangent but that's i yeah i think i'll say twelve. I still think one and two should get a volume. We have today. Mike appreciate it interesting. Okay is get off my lawn. Go michael but i understand where something's it starts to get watered down outside of ten. I'm okay with twelve. And i understand why mike wants you to reward those good teams with a by. There's argument to be made both. But i don't have a problem with twelve teams over ten sports. Talk seven ninety. Sean sows reshow. Coming back some astros talk as well. We'll hear from dusty baker. The fred trotter. Houston safe and lock dot net king safe and lock dot net guys. There's a father's day special coming of. I've tried to tell you how important it is. I took it for granted. 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Fallen Short Podcast
"twelve th" Discussed on Fallen Short Podcast
"Self exultation type moments but instead make yourself a living sacrifice to god lecture said being a living sacrifice and not getting wrapped up into what the world thinks of you right and we if we allow ourselves to do that. You know. there's there's so much out there of oh do this for yourself and whatever and and you do you and yes. There's some good things there you know taking care of yourself and in doing healthy things and fitness and in all of that. I'm not saying that's wrong. But we get wrapped up into you. And i'll say it a lot of times. It's directed at women but it is at men to where you see whether it's celebrities on tv movies or you see magazines men's health women's health and fitness all the stuff and we have these expectations of. That's what someone supposed to look like right. That's what is attractive. And and that's where we get into the how dad buds are attractive but mambas Well not fair. Just throw that in there and we can get wrapped up into it in trying to make ourselves quote unquote better because we see what's in the world viewed as what's good and that is the downside of getting wrapped up into that is that's a that's a downer on your mental health versus what we're talking about today and doing things for others to to. Maybe you might not see it necessarily right away in your own life in your own mental health but you could see it and someone else for doing something for them right. They've and talking about venal living sacrifice to god in romans. Twelve th th. The whole chapter is about that good so listen not. I'm not gonna read the whole thing is there's so much in there and i think we've touched on a lot of it already but what i mean what i was just talking about right now in verse. Two it says. Don't copy the behavior and customs of this world but let god transform you into a new person. By changing the way you think then you will learn to know god's will for you which is good and pleasing imperfect.
Keystone Education Radio
"twelve th" Discussed on Keystone Education Radio
"So it's a very large scope problem one in five but very few are receiving the support they need and just to highlight some pennsylvania data from our pennsylvania youth survey we do see over the last six years approximately from six to twelve th grade. Youth sixteen percent about sixteen sixteen and a half percent are reporting. They seriously considered suicide Students when think about his many students across our state and Close to ten percent over the last six years. Every year have have attempted so we really need to to keep this topic at the forefront and And and talk about that. This is a need. It is a real need out there now. They kind of leads into what i'm gonna ask next. You know it's not an easy topic and perhaps it's one that most people may not want to think about or may shy away from but you can't avoid talking about it if you want to prevent. It is kind of what i'm hearing. So how do you address concerns from school leaders parents even teachers who may not simply be comfortable with the topic. How do you that absolutely well. I i think validating yes. It's an uncomfortable topic but the topic that can save lives. And i think it's very important to address the myths around suicide and the mess around talking about suicide that we know about you. If you don't mind around you through some of the myths and the facts i mean. There isn't method if a student is really intent on trying to die by suicide that there is nothing that anybody can do to stop them and the fact is suicide is remarkable and that us for that team that is expressing those suicide. Id asians honestly. It's more about wanting the pain to end. We call it psych ache you know. They're experiencing such a heavy psych ache that they want that pain to end and two in their minds often. Death is the only way out. So what if we can speak to them and address it and give them options for getting help to end that psych aac we can absolutely prevent it and other math and other big one kind of address your questions specifically as if we talk about suicide we might give students the idea to kill themselves. This is such a mess. Research actually says the opposite that when we do talk about suicide and we whether talking directly with the the student it does not put ideas in their head about suicide actually lessen anxiety especially when we talk about concerns at the key is talking in a non judgmental way not placing judgement on it. They're thinking about suicide but more of asking. Are you okay or recognize it. You seem really down. are you thinking. Are you having thoughts of suicide. This again validates. The person's feelings an open that door to the conversation opportunities to support them. They don't feel alone men and that may get them to the intervention. They need so. It's validating feelings and being a bridge for that person to get to the help and healing. Another math is that those people were talking about. Suicide are just looking for attention is not true most do give warning signs. That's the that's the thing. Most people hit warning signs that they are contemplating suicide so even if they are seeking attention. We need to get them help. They need help. They're showing us. They need help and any of us can provide that help not just mental health experts..
The Higherside Chats
"twelve th" Discussed on The Higherside Chats
"Met bloodlines. Because the savoy family. Another of the bar publ The former royalty of italy until not so long ago. Funded just like the british crown and the dutch crown funded. Hiller and zach. Thomas bach institute for training some point which is an of that rose society city of london complex crown complex. We call it so Tabas dot deals with behavior modification. Which you talked about earlier. That's where most of our music and most of our pop culture comes from. Basically the towel stock institute as it's all brainwashing a few have top. What five hundred book or whatever your tool your they want to promote your messages stupid message and so you'll be made famous saving music world of the same in any art world or in a promote the stupid ideas are ideas that help them which your schedule grade. But anyway so yeah. They're split they went to. Venice is fascism they funded the protestant reformation against the catholic church at this point because martin luther was getting funding from the venetians. The enlightenment was also funded by the nisha back. There wasn't lightman. It was more like a second. Dr gauges i guess you'd say maybe even worse because now hide behind science to say what the church would just wear it out and say true without any evidence. Now they're telling us they knew all the evidence and they dislike us. They call the alignment so as we get galleon. Einstein these people have been proven wrong on things actually in the end so the sometime of physics and the things that we know now but they did that really because the capri one of the dogmas of the catholic church is yeah you could access to get to heaven so for all their falls history of the catholic church that one thing it motivated to fund the process information. And now you've taken that extreme with event jellicoe movements and sects that actually who are all i think intelligence funded who are basically you know. Jesus my savior. I drive pink cadillac. I deserve it and live I mean almost like elusive ferry interpretation. I'd have to say of christianity christ consciousness so and you know they don't have any good acts all know acts. We have no good acts here. So that's interesting and then fantasies families kinda got up into middle europe and at some point eleven. Twelve th century in there. Was this kind of convergence of norman region of wells castilian region of spain and the southern region of france appearance. And the families. Were interbreeding a bunch. This time that the normans and the rallies in francs viking blind franks charlemagne king of the franks and king of the lombards before he was ever emperor of the khodro empire actually and from the charlemagne blue every. Us president except reagan has ascended. It's also now known as the pla- junaid bloodline same. Bloodline ground in england's from this bloodline house orange. Asa that rules over netherlands is in berlin. A lot of the royalty are so again. It's just how many bloodlines well you know. Maybe there's this one really at this point but so started the hanseatic. We started the. She's in your company. Then they started the bank of amsterdam which was the first private central bank in the world that they owned it about this time to they were signing the magna carta so you had the golden scotland that was smuggled out being brought down into the city along with help from the sinclair family which started modern freemasonry that point and they signed the magna carta which supposedly was agreement which cut into the power of the crown handed it over to the aristocracy. But it's it really is it's wage reported but it really what it was was a expansion of the fascism where they brought in other bloodlines. That could cerberus. Nate kind of work together or they. They signed the agreement. The magna carta agreement on lombard street in the city of london after lombard family. And to this day. Yes or that was william the third also a descendant of charlemagne and that ad vitamin to london and setup and air since then it's been the separate entity within the uk with dead london in his in the united kingdom so the first is united kingdom. Know why they call a in the united kingdom and as because they'd decided this really safe place with rocky shoreline from opposing navies. They set up the city longer to be this offshore sovereign entity where it would basically be out of reach of democracy quite simply the the same with in switzerland where they keep the money is the bank of international settlements and that's the central bank for central bankers so the fed bank of england. All these banks are members of that and they did smuggle out of nazi gold germany. After remember to germany's definitely journey but into switzerland so switzerland is a huge wealth repository for the ground and that's why they had the secrecy laws whether or not part of the euro notice the swiss ranks not for the euro which interesting then also liechtenstein and dora all these little monaco. All these little play all the family pretty much ron's monaco you know. That's the bloodline family. And that's where you know the party. Monaco whatever and all his family sort of having a role at queen elizabeth. If you look at the coat of arms has a harp on it and she actually said to be in charge of the harp program is kinda tavist. Doc lockheed martin thing and it's all about yet my control mostly so they'll other little jobs like the habsburg family they were on the drugs up through mexico which is what does border things all about. It's not about people at all. It's about diversions. Allots the drugs coming in for the habsburgs. And they run that. Ever since. Mexico's been around amber maximilian. Habsburg he was guy ran mexico in civil war and thought about tried to invade the united states on behalf of the rothschild cartel which was backing south. Detroit shred this country little bits and pieces so they'll have little jobs these families but anyway so this city of london is really deal with and within the sydney again. You have all these tabs dog chatham house where student national i. The bbc which is their official propaganda outlet for the netflix ground. They're all in the city on the bank of england's their bank issues all the or all the numbers for offshore banking whether it's cayman islands or or run awad to panama. Whatever it is they administer all those offshore accounts and the only place or derivatives are traded in the world's city london so revenues. Are everything right. Now it's you know there were way more than real economies the bats you know anyway. It's opaque it's totally deregulated. You can't know where the money's coming from going and the video for the crown. So this is where the secret societies come in and do all drug smuggling in afghanistan already mentioned mexico being habsburgs job in afghanistan. It's shopping. which is you know. The first thing they did after we invaded afghanistan was we did that. Loya jirga which means stated the shaab bloodline family as kings of afghanistan and they literally run drug trade with a little bit of help from the essence of the taliban's shura.
Boomer & Gio
"twelve th" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"Backed out. He was married to his career. That matt hammer. That's what happened and he still is. That's all he cares about it so proud of the upgrades going on over there right now. Oh yeah what he had to put that in because you know as yes thunderbolt twelve. Make sure when you go on. Twelve mentioned thunderball twelve. Th on his bullet points he was working gay. Got that got the ford mint in. Yeah right in thunderball twelve telling us we. Love is a good sport each the morning show with boomer esiason and greg boomer and geo archives mets baseball twelve ten today as of now. That game is still on. I don't think it's raining right now. So we'll see. I know you had the hammer. Time on matt hammer Telling you about the window that they might be able to play in the united states. Shut it down. I know what you said. Shut it down. I guess but he also said there is a window that they committee. Gee said that that. There's a window that they could try and squeeze some baseball and we'll see squeeze baseball and yeah that's right only did say but he said it's not enough time in his mind to get an official game and so don't do it is only said we will see as of now. That game is still on. I have not seen otherwise it is a degrom day. It's jacob degrom zach eflin and then yes the other problem too. That is if they don't play those degrom pitch tomorrow when it's twenty six degrees in denver and try to hit one hundred mile. An hour fastball. Come from him. that's very true. Not good you're right coverage on. Wcbs eight eighty again at twelve ten last night the midst did beat the phillies five to one. Dominic smith james mccann and brandon. Nimmo broaden the offense and david peterson six innings to hit ball for the winnie struck out. Ten here's was row. Haas peterson really getting it done. Who was able to throw inside Against the rights that they had in the lineup he makes decided he was throwing it for strike. It was it was running for chase strikes and chases. That's exactly right. He was young guys. Chase bad bowls like that picture right there that bryce harper went after on the outside of the platen duck down. Here's peterson why so good. I don't know i. I felt good about james and i were on the same page pitch wise and and he did a hell of a job back there and got him. The win and this was after peterson got lit up by the phillies at citizens bank ballpark last time. He faced them so much. Better zack wheeler the loss. Three runs over six and a third mets and phillies. Wrap things up. Let's go for the sweep today. Yankees are off and they could use it They lost to the blue jays. Five four on wednesday. It was bogus shot with the game winning home. Run in the ninth off. Chad green bouchette earlier in the game hitting a home run as well. The one good thing you would say. Aaron judge did go three or four. The couple of home runs but the team in two and four on the road trip here was judge who knows not good think after any loss. It's it's frustrating. I don't think anybody in here's happy. Especially even after the frigates you know game. Twelve or game one fifty..
Horizon Talk Radio's podcast
"twelve th" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast
"Light. I'm a subject on that subject them. We we seem to be. You know we've only learned recently in the last year Especially telling me is as we used to take like a big suitcase when each case expensive anyway which m- but bunkers for doing it but actually this time ten to raise. We took us most case an the bag united and obviously it wasn't known you to on mina but also it. I really need that much. Especially if you've got an apartment near long dry and if you really did need so many just by it take out exactly. I've a small case and i have my bike with my my kid and my cameras Trouble light because you. You can take massive suitcase. I guarantee you went off the senate so pointless carrying around and making it more difficult travel a lot. What people say to me undertook seven shows the washing machine. So this is an interesting question. What would you do for work if you didn't do what you do know what jobs i would say. I'd go by being graphic design I saw about studying graphic office. 'cause i i i'm gonna be on. However i always wanted to be a policeman after my dialogue madonna. He told me out of the. I'm just skipping some of these very similar okay just took a bit more about than Probably yeah the that we're going gonna start the winds it'll gonna kickoff cinderella's trump which i believe is the twelve th of april So i think we're allowed to travel around. Then undo overnight stays so. I wanna start doing the filming for after the twelfth of april and what it wants to do is do last moments have been allowed in daily doing donuts fishing chips. Anything rally because people have said yeah. Just do the ruling on video. What i wanted to do is maybe do one or two week but do a little bit more of a quality f- footage And get some really good footage from driving. Shot some exciting things And spend a little bit more time. I'll probably drop one or two week. from around the uk but they'll be the content and it will be A little bit better at the moment. Because i mean how many fish and chips eight and seventy but how many fish do you watch me. So i'm going to be a little bit that gonna do zip wires. I'm gonna try and do balloon flights diving again in this in this country as well Speedboats anything really boon ji jim. It'd be doing all sorts of different things don't trips and Anything i can think of something a little bit different bill that people can do on that travels around the you can.
The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour
"twelve th" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour
"I kinda soldier a lot of these teams. I picked up his orphans this year. So i think most happened to land on those teams. I'm not really targeting. Now i think where exact. Oh he's fallen a little bit. If you've got some good running back so you can target early. He's a guy that still has upside. He can come in for a couple of weeks and give you some points and maybe even in the playoffs. You know. Because i think san francisco. They're committed to the run that they've essentially they've already committed now to a new quarterback but there's some opportunity there but it's balanced by jeff wilson and then you've got an injury history so he's got a really far range as you mentioned on fantasy mo jo. How shaking out. i mean. He's all the way back up from a third round. Picks twelve th round pick this year. And he's kinda fallen is fallen in the middle there at nine four and so i'm more comfortable if i can get him at the tenth around. I think he's a great rb. Four rb three to supplement and fill in. Maybe i an injury insurance. But i wouldn't right now as i wouldn't go up and you know. Try to try to get ahead of the crowd on that one. I think There's enough sentiment out there. You can kinda let them fall to you a little bit later. He's one of my favorite players in the draft. I last year there was talk as this player. Made the move to the atlanta falcons of what's hayden. I and i never really bought it because a long time. Since we've seen the falcons tight end. Do anything i said. Sixty catches six hundred yard touchdown and we ended up with Close to that so you know. Julio jones's on downsized career some different things going on with this game Hayden nurse twenty seven years old which now will look at. That is down ac- player looking at all. These guys are all the time. Hey nursed by for you. In the dynasty know i think you laid it out fair already. Eat twenty twenty..
Observations From Bayern Munich's Smashing 4-0 Victory Over Stuttgart
"Will stop in the bundesliga and you might think well. Why are we buying one. Four now against god. What's the big deal i miss. The big deal is afonso davies of buying sent off in the twelve. Th minute nil nil ten minutes later buying a three nil up welcome in fueled softer reflects on something. And i don't think i've ever seen before. Well this is sad day for german football because they have said that if buying played with ten players they will be beatable so they tried that today. Davis was rightly sent off after wa wa in the wind because he got a yellow. I and eleven does scale and robbery miller. The restaurant just did something. That is like unbelievable. There were four nil suddenly against the stupid cat team. That is later. Be quite good. Foam unbelievable to watch and just show you this buying team got that extra gear that i can use. They often down but it come back dortmund zero to winning four two champions league. They just win when i want to win. A now stood tried another thing. Eleven gets ten still losing four nil at the psychology from both sides. Yan here well. First of all studio will have a good conference. They're coming to 'alliance now now fans there. I think well we can have a chance. We've seen gerona result home advantage. Not as good as it usually is and a ban on their side. Thank you i will. We have to concentrate because our lives winning the day before and then stood would want more. They think well no. We really have a chance. But what do they do their team. Levin does get a team they just take another gear up. I think okay. No we have to concentrate. No we have to play quicker. We want to touch. We have to give a loverdos even better the ball here to goals and the ending a hat trick
Kris Soutar's Tennis Journal
"twelve th" Discussed on Kris Soutar's Tennis Journal
"And i read indians book and it was kind of like a breath of fresh year because it was totally. Unlike regimented. must do this in. What was it was very kind of game based it was more like to play tennis in between your hit the bone sealer sage and and stuff and it was very much talk within the rally and again this is something. You couldn't really do a p. e. class with their because there wasn't enough space unless you you know but so i decided i'm going to have a goal here and dispose island confidence in it and spoke about the core sue. I went down enough to see. It was probably one of the best years of my my life. Because up until then i'd kind of wasted material. Pe coach elements wasn't ready. I wasn't really learning goofing rang too much him at school and i just became the class. Swapped deniro split couple years old on the other guys and i think it was just because i loved it. Describe because you can talk about the year of your life so describe exactly what the setup was like so you you've applied you've been accepted to the stonebridge tennis academy descri- give an overview academy was for training people to be tennis kuching tennis teaching professionals so there wasn't any cling aspect to other oviously. Improving your place so that you could Wear more knowledgeable and also hit with people so went down and basically you were on the court chantel for every day and you would finish off. Maybe we fitness run. And i stayed about nine miles away so i cycled in did the it was it was quite on. Cd he would have. It was an recreation just a park a municipal park and reason he wanted to do they accept people could walk past and see what was going on and it was a mixture of learning this stonebridge skeleton systems. He called it armed doing teaching practice with each other. But then going to think we. Somebody's went into oversight club or something. He and coached people. Lear is teaching factors. And i think at that point the lt will certainly level twos and threes. A couple of weekends hyun. There was a food year it was able to april. And and you did maybe five weeks and then you go two weeks off and then you'd go back for six weeks and get three weeks off and i know that some of the guys on course thought we could do this in six months. This is you know what's going on biden realized that the two weeks that you dolph give you chime to everything. Sink in And you weren't claiming in an still our greek plus you could gabbay. You could go home and actually go in court in practice what you were doing and and so for me it worked. I think sometimes we you learn stuff or you don't have time to a silken and make sense to you and this did and the thing about it. He was inspirational in the fact that he has multiple seized today competency em and he left by it. You know if everyone if anyone was of no dates now he said you know gonna get another twelve th of march Twenty twenty one. So let's see if we can make the most of it. Sometimes when you're in that mood you just want to up..
Let's Start A Cult
"twelve th" Discussed on Let's Start A Cult
"Followers like a moth to a flame appealed to the homeopathic physician. It didn't take them long to understand that they could further ideologies by working together and so the two men decided to found an organization that would bring together like minded people whom they could impart their philosophies on code for brainwash code or for get out of their red alert. Run in nineteen eighty four. They were finally able to achieve this dream. The name of the group that they created when translated from the original french into english was reese's pieces. Now i'm just kidding. No it was the the international chivalry organization of the solar traditions and that is a mouthful so soon soon. It was shortened to order of the solar temple. Or if it doesn't sound like a religion yet like that is enough to red flag red flag. everybody keep it short christianity islam. It's just one word. Say easy to but it's a good call that they changed it to because like or the solar temple sounds way cooler. Sounds like almost something you'd find in sky room or something like that. Yeah or like a knockoff of the avengers. Or something like that. Yeah it's the age of the order of the solar temple. That's the next movie when thanos has gone. So joseph in luke sought to combine the new age movement with the evangelical christian doctrine with the goal of recreating the medieval knights templar and the hermetic or the golden dawn. So as you were saying eric there's the combination of the two. They're like knights templar and the order of the golden dawn. Which i'll get into the for those because not everyone knows what these are. But the knights templar played a critical role during the crusade. In twelve th century there were a massive organization that consisted of devout christians who were issued special rights by pope innocent. The second which enabled them to carry a military operation while protecting europeans on a pilgrimage to the holy land they were spurred by the religious fervor and with their internal code of conduct prohibiting them from retreating the knights templar quickly established themselves as fierce warriors capable of bringing down entire islam. Armies thousands of people across the world both feared and admired the organization. And that's what you want. I mean if that's what you're going for then cool. But i don't want that now i mean as an army. I guess that's a good thing right. You wanna be. Yeah as a new age religious practice. I don't know if that's quite the might be a little dramatic dramatic. We never backed down all right. Shell do. I just wanted to meditate. Or whatever i'm just here for the brainwash weekend come on on the other hand. The hermetic order of the golden dawn was a secret society. Active during the late nineteenth century whose followers devoted themselves to the study and practice of the occult they were widely regarded as a magical order due to the fact that their activities involved metaphysics the paranormal and spiritual development. I mean right off the bat to two excellent groups base your new order on right so we have fundamentalist christianity mixed with magic. It's like oil and water. Is it because i mean jesus did magic technically if you want to get tech true i think if you ask if you ask like a fundamentalist christian than they would say it would be oil and water but i can see i can see the appeal of blending them together for sure. Yeah yeah it's fun you mean. Everything's better with a little bit of magic. You know it's like when you mix all the.
Pugpig's Jonny Kaldor on the state of the digital publishing market
"Twelve th the twenty twenty. The puck pick team wants their first annual state of the digital publishing market tool. And i'm joined by puck petkova johnny to talk about what's been happening in the world of digital publishing on what we can expect and twenty twenty one. Welcome johnny p tom. Thank you raring to go. Sort of a new year great. Starting we obviously called in us lockdown so we re more. But did i get puck. Picked doesn't do reports pump does publishing platforms. Or why have you done. That's why have you done a report to something we wanted to do for awhile. Actually you know. We've got over three hundred brands on the products on the platform and data can of flying around washing around for longtime. We just wanted to to actually take a step back. I get sense of what's going on because we so rarely do you constantly head down working specifically with you. Know a number of clients on very specific things but It was a good opportunity to take a step back and just start to pull out some trends tuition. We did two different things. We we looked at the data. The rule data that we've got obviously in aggregate so we're not giving away any trade secrets But then we also conducted a set of face to face or at least. It's face to face as we could be given the lockdown but interviews with about forty people Most of whom were customers of ours publishes that we work with to get more subjective views of what's going on. That's that was the idea of the report. And that's what we want to continue as a mixer. Kind of data driven Insights as well as actually talking to people and getting a proper sense from them. You know what. What are they thinking about right. So what does that list. The clients look like what the publishers of you go on that list. Yeah we'll so. If you think of our customer base we split quite cleanly actually between News media consumer media and then almost specialist meter and membership organizations in. It's almost a third third third so we wanted to kind of split our conversations in the simla sorta way so we were talking to Dow jones dmg media. Dennis conde nast than smaller publishers. Like motor sport magazine. New scientists new statesman news uk. Reach a really good kind of cross section of a big national dailies News media can regional news media And then weekly media. So we also took aspect to the economist. Of course who worked with for many years. And then the kind of monthly consumer media so it's quite nice cross section. And that's why in the report particularly for the subjective stuff we we we split all of the responses into news media and consumer media because as you might expect the have slightly different views on what's going on so she'd take a helicopter view To you know as a starting off point host. I just hope publishing lost use credit. Yeah yeah yeah. It's it's it's an interesting one. I mean we. We split in two in two dimensions. I suppose we split between news media and consumer male obviously And then we tend to look at things between the dailies. The weeklies in the monthlies. They tend to get interesting trends across those those two dimensions. So i think what we're seeing is is pretty positive. I have to say. I think in the dailies which costa all news media with seeing an i guess we look at things from subscriber. Numbers and indiana average. Monthly uses that sort of stuff. Because if you think about all platform traditionally we are more of an app centric platform and we. You know we we powell websites and mobile app. Spital the broad base of customers. Our apps and apps have very specific characteristics and one thing that apps are really good at is kind of you know the more loyal engaged paying audience as opposed to websites and social which is obviously going for scale And so everything that we talk about in. This report comes from that lens. So i think from that perspective. Things are looking good and otherwise we're seeing increases in readership and engagement. Pretty much across the board. Actually the dailies. The weeklies monthlies. I think i think the weekly civil within these power houses of digital publishing. It's it's It's interesting how you know when you look at people like the economist and The we can the spectator and those those a weekly journals over the last ten years. They've just they've always seemed to have done well in digital I think with dailies again. We're seeing really good growth. You'll see on the report actually and we. We stuck some updated numbers on the recently. The was definitely a coded bump in terms of engagements and readership for the dailies in particular. And then i think the monthlies is is interesting because i guess consumer publishing has been attacked on all sides. Hasn't it you know not not just from from a technology standpoint but also you know the fact that the content for the mass consumer media is harder to defend so think what we found with the consumer. Titles is the niche titles. Again doing really well. People like motor sports. You know have done really well. In digital i think the bigger publishers have found it more challenging but this was an interesting year for the to the consumer publishes because i think subscriber revenue finally got the priority that. It's probably been wanting for some years and and so we've seen some really interesting things in consumer publishing is not quite there yet is not as at least in again in our little world not quite as mature as the dailies in the weekly. But it's definitely getting there. Why did you think does deference dailies go a certain level of engagement our weekly skull i guess weeklies of the highest engagement a monthly the lowest wise does the timing of content mix of deference. He i don't know. I don't know if it's a timing thing. Or if it's the nature of the content and again i think i wonder if part of this 'cause you write instinctively you would have thought a new referring to to some of the figures that we published which was actually while we look to two different things. We looked at number of visits per month. And then we looked the length of those visits per month and what we found was the number of visits come on roughly fits with what you would instinctively think right which is the weekly have five or six visits a month and the are getting about three or four which instinct to be feels right. You know you would go more regularly to daily news app. However the session duration is following the same pattern in other words. The daily news media are getting longer session durations than weekly and the weekly news media getting longer session directions a monthly. So that feels counterintuitive. Thanks this a couple of things going on there. I think first of all. I think with the daily news media i guess when you actually about it as heaven or content in the daily news title more content than in a weekly right of couse less future a feature lad But there's a hell of a lot consume there and so particularly with the daily editions. We see very long session durations. The reason why the monthly so low i think is again down to product maturity. I think for us. At least historically a good chunk of the monthly consumer media who run our platform just kicking out fairly i have to say basic pdf replicas particularly in the uk. It's in the last year that actually along with that increased prioritization of subscriber revenue. They've come back in the started much more effort into their apps and so and now delivering proper native apps on phone and tablet that can actually be read a proper content. So i think we're seeing. We're seeing the monthly consumer media improve for
True Crime Garage
The Evansdale Murders
"Longtime listeners of this fine program. We'll know that one of the tactics I would certainly use in any of these investigations is what I like to call the old pervert roundup and that is exactly what law enforcement did. Investigators tracked down approximately ten registered sex offenders living in Evansdale and all were cleared by police but according to CNN there were two hundred registered sex offenders in a ten mile radius is scary stuff now the town of Waterloo has did. He make sure that there wasn't a prison I I did. The town of Waterloo has one registered sex offender for every two hundred and thirty six residents for comparison purposes. Evansdale has a registered sex offender for every four hundred and eighty four residents over all the DCI says. It looked into over three hundred sex offenders to date throughout the investigation. Investigators had a hard time figuring out. Exactly how the girls were abducted. Where the bikes were left was quite far from their house and was not in an area. Cars could travel further. The girl sense had seem to lead into the woods. How a Predator or predators managed to get control of two girls silently and sight unseen in broad daylight. But we've we've talked about this many times normally. I'M GONNA guess that it's by threat of violence. I show you a gun. I show you a knife. You're a little kid is not gonna be that hard for me to You know most little kids are not going to think. Hey I could take off running right now or maybe I can scream or I could do something. You're going to see that gun and once that threat is made now that perpetrators in control. Yeah and what you have to wonder about two is do you take that a step further and say were they lured to a vehicle perhaps by someone they knew and trusted and there was no reason for them to scream and run away right. That's your second option. The other thought to had they been grab from another location. Perhaps a long road alongside a road. Which would make sense. And then the bikes left by their doctor on the trail and the dogs are just mistaken or confused while we talked about this a little off the record was the idea that what if the perpetrator had a truck or had A truck with maybe a cap on it where he got the girls got control the girls there now in his vehicle a he has the their bikes but now he's afraid that once he takes off that maybe somebody sees the bikes in the back of his truck. Here's the other thing to consider as well staying along the idea that it was a stranger abduction. Could we have a situation where they were somewhat targeted meaning? Had someone been watching the two girls as we said? This bike ride was pretty routine. They were out riding together often and I would imagine it would be roughly about the same time of day so somebody put together a carefully planned attack a snatch and grab of these two girls especially if they were following him and then followed them all the way to the lake that might have presented the opportunity. The perpetrator was looking for there. Were a rash of child. Abduction attempts throughout Iowa in two thousand twelve the following reports appeared in various media publications. And I'll kind of go through these one at a time. Captain you just kind of jump in where you see fit may nineteenth two thousand twelve th authorities say they were looking for a man suspected in the attempted abduction of three girls on the west side of Perry Iowa. Perry police say the man stopped his car about eight. Pm Friday and asked the Girls Ages. Eight and nine for directions to a convenience store he then tried to get the girls into the car asking for them to show him the way. Show him the directions. Police say the girls ran to a neighbor's house thankfully on June sixth of that same year. Metro police are teaming up with following a string of attempted child abductions in the Des Moines Iowa area. No this is like one hundred and twenty five miles away from Evansdale but I wanna go through some of these as we as we can hear the most recent of these attempts happened in Pleasant Hill on May twenty third of that year. Police say a man in A. Suv tried to lure a young girl into his vehicle in the same article. They're talking about walkie. Police were investigating an incident. That happened around the same date. There were two girls. They say they were followed by an SUV. In June parents and four city Iowa were notified of two abduction attempts and one of them. The driver of a Tan panel work style van stopped three children on bicycles on North Eighth Street and told them he was going to get them. The children ran away and the driver drove off. Seems like we need another stranger danger campaign through this country. I mean with all these creeps and all these pieces of shit to teach these kids one. Stay away run away. Run to the nearest house yell for help. Well what I find interesting in these situations is when you do have some a child or children who actually go missing and then the thought is abduction. You'll see these little stories in the newspapers in the local newspapers and they are just that they are little tiny stories because they don't know much about the offender they don't really fully know what the offender was attempting to do the actual crimes. They were attempting to carry ow. But it's scary stuff and they're really just delivering a little short warning to the community and to the parents in the area. What happens once you have a child who actually goes missing these stories all start to cycle back through the news because now you have people making connections and you're going alright. There's a shark in the water and he's over here swimming around in this area and look try to get somebody here and try to get somebody there In the same article captain there are going all the way back to march of that year. Where say the Police Department investigated a possible attempt to abduct a ten year? Old Boy. The boy who was in front of his home said he was approached by an Asian male roximately fifty years old with a thin face. The suspect was driving an older grey van possibly with I'll license plates. The man reportedly tried to lure the boy into his van after asking for directions to a church whether these attempts could have been the same person who took Elizabeth and lyric is almost certainly something that police in evansdale would have been. Considering at the time on the four month anniversary of the disappearance a letter appeared in the newspaper and it read to whom it may concern. We would use your name but we don't know who you are or maybe we do. Maybe you are someone who knows the girls. Maybe you're someone who just acted upon impulse. Maybe you had planned to take them. We don't know because we don't know who you are but we can sort of imagine that you must not have had the things you needed to grow up feeling safe and loved because only someone who hurts inside would hurt another person in their family. We've all heard the saying hurt. People hurt people. We believe this to be true. We are so sorry for what happened to you when you were growing up. Certainly all children do not receive all the love and care they deserve. Some are even abused by those who are supposed to have taken care of them. When that happens it is very wrong. Taking the girls from us has caused much pain pain for them pain for us and our families since the time you took them. Maybe you've wondered more than a few times how you could ever make it right how to be a hero. Not a monster. Things probably look pretty hopeless for a good outcome. We want you to know that we are praying for you to do the right thing by releasing the girls everyone wins even you the person who took them imagine how it will feel to? Have everyone remember that you were the one person and all the missing children cases the one person who cared enough to let the girls go you will not be remembered as the one who took the girls but as the one who let them come home? Our lives have not been the same since July thirteenth. Please let our girls come home to us. Do the right thing be a hero sincerely and signed by both of the families Wa- and then we're going to learn that that's not an option anymore to return the girls because the girls would be found. Yeah this takes place. On December fifth of that same year two thousand and twelve the family. They get the phone call that they were really hoping not to get. The family was told that two bodies had been found and at that time they believe them to be. The girl's three hunters found two small corpses in seven bridges. Wildlife Park and brimmer county north of Evansdale. This was a totally off the grid. One hundred sixty six acre wildlife area about twenty two miles from Myers Lake twenty two miles from where the bikes were found The area was not one that someone would just stumble upon. It was frequented mostly by hunters. Atv riders fishermen. You know outdoor people. This was a the type of park that you just take your kids for a hike and this was you said more for hunters and fishermen. Atv riders into kind of clue. Everybody in that's not from that area. When I see these types of statements it really really puts it into perspective for me. What kind of place? What kind of area we're talking about. This is also an area where people would drive and dump appliances. You know how you see. Things that are just dumped that are unwanted wanted. They have no other idea of how to get rid of them right. They just dump these appliances out in the middle of nowhere so and this is also a place that pretty much only the locals dough about you want to know about it. If you weren't from the area I mean you could find it on a map. But as I said it's it's very much like you just described it's only going to be frequented by people that are specifically intending to go to that area for the purpose of hunting or fishing
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Every Chapter Has a Lesson With Erica Courdae
"Without further ADO. Here's my conversation with. Erica Cordell Erica. Welcome to Gothic up. Bam How are you? I'm great thank you for me. Pam Thank you. I'm excited so we met back in. I don't know when at she pot gas in Atlanta. Yeah I WANNA say it was October. I swear like last year was a bit of a blurb but I think that they'd have been like over some time last year she had guys. Who Were there right. So that was a great event. I had a lot of fun. You're also one of the speakers and that was amazing am at home here with the war so so we might hear him when the mailman comes which I think it's about to happen. My listeners are used to. I happen to have a very special sauce for dougie. So we're good. Thank you so Erica. Tell us your story what gets through. Who Are you? What's your heritage? Where did you grow up in if I was to ask you like? Let's go back to the beginning. How did that happen? I'M GONNA trauma best to fill like answer it. I'm like wow. I don't even know how to fully answer if I don't dig into something. Please Hofer as because unlike I will dig for sure. Well I am black African American. I don't one hundred percent I'll be honest. I don't know that I have a preference between either term and the reason I say that is because I've had conversations with people that I know that live outside of the United States so African American seems like I don't understand right and so for me black and or African American both work. I identify as female. So she her. I was born in Baltimore Maryland. I have lived in some part of Maryland for the majority of my life. I am the oldest. I have a younger sister. Don't really talk to her very often but she does exist. Assault doesn't exist. He does. I are being the oldest always kind of puts you in that place of being used to having to replace of authority whether you want to or not and you're setting simple even if you're like can do what I wanna do and not have to feel like I'm I'm twelve. I just WANNA be a right. Don't think about this. I think it almost embodies those things into you subliminally. Because you're like I'm just so used to doing this. This is what I do so I always wonder how much of that is conditioning. Or if that truly is just who I am at my core but it's there I'm the oldest two so I relate it's things like I do I don't get it but okay it because people will say like. Oh what's different being the youngest or different being the oldest the middle and? I'm like Again I've lived here. Most of my life lost my dad when I was twelve. I was always a daddy's girl so for me I'll jump back. But the kind of surreal part of having lost him at twelve was that he was thirty seven when he passed away from leukemia. And so when it finally hit me twenty five years after he passed that I had been on this earth longer than he was first of all of. Oh Hell like it was. It was a little scary in that says saying time. It's like that means that I was given a gift and so it's very important to be conscious of what you do with gifts and so that was a big thing for me again. I was a daddy's girl. So it's like gotta make proudly do you. I mean I'm sure maybe you've worked on healing that part of you right the Lesser Dad when she was young so when Little Erica. That happened was it so because I've talked to people about grief end some people when they lose people young. It's like it just kind of happen and you don't. It didn't hit you like you said until you were older. You're like Oh yeah or was it like young at the time were hit you. It definitely hit me when it happened and it will still occasionally have a moment where I'll wake up from a dream minutes. Like oh he's around and it's like no he's not so occasionally reality. Checks will come in for me. I think it was like two days after my twelve th birthday that he was diagnosed and that was in September September eighth and it was January twentieth that he passed away so it was very quick so quick and so there were a lot of points that I had to figure out how to maneuver through it. Where like you know. He went into the hospital. It looked just like him nor his normal self and then when he came out of the hospital for Thanksgiving and I was able to see that this point my parents were divorced. My parents were divorced since I was five. I'm like youtube or crazy. Do not need to be together. Please do this. This is okay with me. So that's the contrast of that. I was like no. I'm okay with divorce thing that it's cool but when I saw him Thanksgiving and it's still something that is do struggle with the memory even to this day when I went to answer the door for him he was very loaded from all the medication and the fluids lost his hair and in that moment I knew who he was in yet. A didn't recognize him and that split second that it took for me to be like no no. No no no get it together. I think he caught it and it broke my heart that it was there. It wasn't that he wasn't aware but I think that he caught again. It was so quick. It WASN'T A. Oh my gosh what happened. It was just like and it was like it was just enough and so I definitely had those points where I had to come to terms with these things. I had points where I would still regularly call. But he could no longer speak sold. They would just hold the phone up. He'd have to hear me because he was on a ventilator so he couldn't speak to me anymore. I mean it got to the point that I you know I could see all of the things that had were that it wasn't him anymore and as a kids don't realize it as an adult you're like this is just a physical form but as a kid is just this is my dad so I just remember when that call. Kinda came through that Monday morning and it just so happened it was m okay day that year and I was out of school and so when it came through it was one of those where I don't know if I'm GonNa truly say it was a ghost thing but you could feel that the energy was kind of off and it was like you know you. Kinda knew something was coming ashore enough that morning. That call came through when the you know he had passed away and so. I remember being twelve and having my own grief and yet having to still comfort my mother through the grief because even though they weren't together I think they were each other's first love and there's a certain amount of something that just never goes away totally with that yes and so you know yes. I recognized it and I went through it but I've also kind of been this person that I'm strong enough to be able to carry the bags for myself and others and I ended up doing it sometimes to my own detriment but that was a moment where I couldn't even choose whether or not to carry them for myself and my mother. I couldn't imagine not you know right and being the oldest right so it just kind of like you know yet might Kinda suck but what do you do? Thank you for sharing sore and it was. Just you know comment the same thing even when my grandmother passed away when. I was seventeen because again you know what do you do? Do you watch those around you just? Kinda fall apart or you step in when you know that you can even if that means that you have to put your own processing on the back Burner Holy. How did you manage it to heal it afterwards? When did you because having carried maybe an old the oldest child to it's like you do carry the bags because it's you pick them up if we're if we're moving forward and they're dragging will you gotta pick up what's been dragging right exactly. I mean in some ways I think we all try to process as best as we can but there are some parts of is to an extent it never fully they never. He'll back it. It kinda will heal the La- certain amount of a scar so like any kid would has played on. Concrete knows what those brush. Burns feel like they scar. And there's little lump in the skin just looks a little different colors different. Whatever and so you can heal. You're never the same from it so I think the older I got. I was able to process what my relationship with him. Their relationship that I saw that he had with others around me even with with my own mother and just kind of seeing what it is to process somebody as your parent and what it is to process somebody as an individual
Erik Jones wins crash-fest at Daytona to open NASCAR season
"There has been one race though already under the NASCAR banner during Daytona speed weeks one by Eric. Jones joins US right now here at the table they five hundred meteoric welcome welcome aboard. Yeah thanks for me. I guess that was really something last weekend. Have you have you quite still getting your head wrapped around everything that happened and how it ended up when it was all over and done I? I don't know that we've ever seen somebody crashed three times and and have a blown pit. Stop in seventy-five absence still recover from it. No I I don't think we have. I definitely never been a part of that but it was cool. I mean looking back on it. You know what a Neat Story. I mean to tell a wild race. Not One that I thought you know halfway through we were going to have shot down lap and getting back and lead lap and I think our first restart back on the lead. Lap was green white. Checker me run about twelve th and then we're able to come back and win it wild race but definitely cool. I mean anytime you can win races to Daytonas neat and especially the week before the five hundred smooth good momentum forward spinning out what what comes next. What's the approach for Thursday and the and the dual hopefully Thursdays step in the other direction? Lot Calmer I'd love to win it but maybe in a different fashion so you know it's definitely a different race a lot more reserved race. I'm sure with some of the guys who are in the clash and just in general people want to keep their five hundred cars in the race. Sunday. You WANNA run hard. You want to get the best starting spot you can you all start fronting the Daytona five hundred and you don't want to give up those states points either that there are available in the race so a fine balance right you wanna push and you WANNA learn run hard but you gotTa keep your car in one piece too. So it's going to be an interesting balance but I think we can you know hopefully run up front and stop the tweeted a meme on Sunday night from days of thunder? Remember me feel like the forgotten one? I mean what was the kind of the story behind that means we. My Buddy was laughing. He's sent that to me when that was. When Cole trickle wrecked about times I thinking that race and came back and was was waving to the Rowdy Burns whose leading so we're just laughing about it. Nothing more than that. We just thought it was funny from the movie so a year ago went to victory lane as part of a nineteen win season for Joe Gibbs racing it. I don't think anybody would have bet that one organization could have won nineteen times in a single year. Probably nobody would bet on on the ability to do it again this year but I don't know that anybody would bet against it either because this race team has not sat back on. Its laurels during the off season. You've been working hard to get better still. I think that's the big thing with Jj sometimes when you get out front you worry about being complacent and and I don't think Jr's really fell into that trap. Before they're they're never once it really sit on their hands and say. Oh you know we've got good cars. Why do we need to keep working on them? The develops constant different. This year. With the PARTRY's we've got going on but you can still work on some stuff on the on the other side from. Aero and everything else so there's still development going on maybe not the same as we've always had but you know I think we've got great cars. I mean a parts freeze but for a good year for US coming off a last year so same cars and you know hopefully just as much success. Well we won't know until obviously season gets going here but I think we all feel good about having an opportunity to have really similar season. Wish you the best of luck on Thursday. Congratulations again on on your success. In the busch clash and have a great ride on Sunday. Appreciate it Eric. Jones dwelt Toyota out of the Joe Gibbs racing
Blanco Brown on being discovered as a child
"When all of you guys are in an apartment I get that to Iceland with all my cousins you just live where you can live right everybody's trying to to to have enough money to pay rent sometimes you gotta make your move together a bunch bunches lived in a trailer for a while much of a bunch of apartment so like I get that and also know me I was the kid in the group that was I'm going to get out and I'm GONNA use education like that was my thing it sounds like yours was music music way early yeah the first deal now seven you what am I doing I was seven years old and and how did that come about and how did you get to a place where someone could see you at seven to go I like that kid man that's a good question I I never really got to say I never asked that question I just know that we were were recording in new records like just like that I just remember who it seven years old discovers you it was new star Rex Guy by the name of Anthony Richardson an owner if he discovers somebody took us to him you know what I'm saying I really can't remember how it happened you're seven years old yeah I just know we were singing recording practicing going to school we by the way me my brothers okay so you were you guys like in a singing group group how many were there called times three because it was three of us are brothers and it was just the X. would apostrophe S. three where were you in the age group of the three brothers I'm in the Middle Okay Yeah and so you got with the goal of of what I know you're only seven but looking back were they trying to break you guys as like Jackson five but the X. as the three more so like another bad the creation can meet some singing brothers because we really saying like you know what I'm saying but Jackson five it was that would have been harder doesn't file there man they weren't legislator after they were legendary though they had to even start at yeah but I'm just saying like by the time we you were yeah they were already like Jackson Five. ABC's good like another bell vo to all those groups were around that time to where all you guys just singing because hip hop stuff to just thinking and I was the wraparound the group so wait were you rapping I was like the the the but if from immature who are the sexy talking I did the sexist seven and eight I'm telling you you know all this time I've been playing around Oh yeah I've been playing with my gi Joe's and pogs girl and I've been thinking about you I know I'm nine man that is hilarious I know I'm in third grade girl but I'm drinking milk yeah so that's kind of how growing up I was I didn't how to confidence to sing so they will give me the parts while I was more like mellow talking Canada rapin Canada singing Adams found my singing voice until like fifteen sixteen so you're fifteen sixteen are you still in school yeah definitely graduate high school yet okay so you're singing all the way through high school all the we are you known as that kid the kid in high school like we're all noticed something I was nerd I was known as the singer Okay so you're singing all the way through and as you go through up until about twelve th grade at that point what is your biggest break before you graduate high school Aw I mean we met with a guy named Dr Massenburg he was over at motown and we were about to do a deal met him at the Intercontinental Embark Eh right by mall he looked me my brothers and my mother in the face a y'all have no words Mama they've been able to take care everything we won't sign wing you sat like two weeks later found out he was no longer with Motown town that was one of the moments that was like a huge moment and then do you think he lied to your do you think he got fired in the process of signing you on if you got fire of he just some happen where he just left but I just know the deal didn't happen right and after that outkast we don't want to deal with outkast you know it was you know at that term life they would just a dope group whose from Atlanta like Guy and I remember me with them and they wanted to sign my younger brother to a solo deal so he's going to do a solo deal and then you know me and my older brother like okay cool ooh that'd be fine once he gets all the way where he needs to be he he brings home and then that didn't go away we plan to either you know what I'm saying they're signing him he ended up signing to a whole another deal and he came up with a song or a few songs and yeah I mean what what what when you meet with outkast do you actually meet with Andrei Big Boy Yep like the guy show up and they're like all right this is the plant so they were doing things outside side of outcasts way early even before they blew up they were they will Purple Label and my dad actually just takes me that pitchy like two days ago and my phone like of us in the same room with them without shirts on taking pieces with them yeah so that didn't work out you graduate High School Yep and what's the plan then for you musically 'cause high school probably big deal to graduate high school what's for me where am I hold my whole life I was told you know stick to my art I went to school for art I got a Bachelor of fine arts in so we're not college though from high school to College Okay Okay so you then you decide to go to school where are you going to school where did you go to school I went to you okay and your thought when you go to college is Blank Finish College or learn music or make friends and my really my thought would college was be the person that went to college and if that don't work out just note that music is always number one either way I went down just you know pretty much as their are had degree and what did you study in school art so you study art but you're doing music yup okay so you're studying well what does it what does study aren't though what does that mean I mean I mean you go through all our theory in like paintings yet I sculptures like an op the not even music like you're a whole different track I I did I did all that like sculpturing and websites from dream we would Mac with three D. and do all that so even less than digital art stuff too yep and then if you were to have this let's just journey off a bit and let's say the music stub you end up getting an art degree if you were to pursue that what would you have done an art Oh man you know cartoon network or something yeah voice overs with some animations I could tell just Bella anything you can yeah a Squirrel Squirrel Squirrel pretty good duck one one one one more minute okay let's do more does it isn't an easy one how about a platypus because we have no idea what applaud sounds like I don't know okay maybe but earnestly XLII music was always the forefront but I didn't have confidence to do it I didn't have the confidence in myself so I just I just wanted to figure out how to be a part of it I started engineer straight out of college I started engineering so like the sound engineering so if you're listening right now what that is you had a computer and and you're basically adjusting the levels of everything to break it down like a five years old so your your engineering music and where do you learn those skills to be a music engineer one of my homies hey daryl showed me how to use the controls twenty four and I start messing around with it and then next thing you know I was engineering engineering recording for the Wow Gospel compilations and stuff dip set itself taught yet your friend just said here here here's the kind of how to do it then you just took an indigenous
Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood
YouTube isnt fun for parents trying to shield their kids from scary stuff
"The kids youtube is fun except when it's not especially for parents trying to shield their young ones is from the scary stuff advertising purposes there is a lot of appropriate content on youtube four kids and there's a whole lot that really absolutely is not appropriate the existing brands as opposed to only alternatives. Joe Murphy is editor in Chief of common sense media she says it used to be that up until the age of and now for some related links Youtube one hundred seventy million dollars settlement slash for anyone but kids are Wiley and they will find ways to watch Jill Murphy is editor in chief of common sense media she says I think one aspect of it is isn't algorithm really the best way for us to generate recommendations content to a young impressionable audience can you and I feel like a hypocrite because I have the same battles in my house every day my kids are always asking to watch there are alternatives for you too we have an entire list eight kids were pretty shielded because they need their parents to type in searches now with voice control the age range is shifting younger would expect and it becomes quite a rabbit hole I think it's like there's no FCC equivalent for Youtube right for a long time now a lot of major alienated off of these platforms they wanna be in where it's cool to be and so I think that is why the conversation needs to continue to to be around the players in this space have just kind of held their hands up with Lake will just a platform we just provide a space for others to provide content creamed breakfasts not everyone's of the mindset and then there's the recent one hundred seventy million dollar settlement youtube made for tracking and targeting kids for a whole lot of families are struggling with this easily youtube has become the number one pain point among parents kind of the eight to twelve th space it's not just they're not even like mentally and emotionally and cognitively ready to make those decisions to turn something off to walk away to not be now that's true ish but then there are other offshoots of Youtube where you could pay and create a subscription and they returned to do originals themselves Dr Site the challenges because phones are cool and Youtube is cool and Netflix is cool and kids do not want to be skewed by the messages it feels like unfair fight so what is the parents supposed to do then I know what is supposed to do I am a platform it's not just the way that it plays content but it's actually become tempted plays this idea that there's lots of cool stuff on there your kids gravitate towards that we all love it. I mean there's tons of course often turn to handle youtube in your family it's not an easy conversation you kind of have to feel the personnel because like co sleeping in is only not we could do a little bit better than that and so- feeding algorithm on auto play it just feels unfair really I mean it it puts them in a place I'm a parent and my discussions with other parents supposed to be doing a lot of that. The company had promised to disabled comments on videos featuring minors after it was widely learned that predators were using comments sections to be Jed Kim and that's marketplace tech this is a PM this marketplace podcast retirement Ryan's family says they abide by all laws and regulations you can read about it on our website at marketplace tech dot org nine men's it'll do a better job of policing content aimed at kids rights they company promises it'll disabled comments and personalized ads on all videos aimed at key kids see net says the company will also use machine learning to make sure video feed stay appropriate the thing is the article points out youtube was already that you can find on Youtube but what get served up in the algorithm what get served up through related videos is not necessarily what your rickie even if it's kids making the content buzzfeed says Super Popular Youtube Channel Ryan's for review maybe in hot water for the way it features more than thirty billion total US and lots of endorsement deals but a complaint filed with the Federal Trade Commission says the channel weaves sponsored product into stuff what began as a toy in boxing channel for now seven year old Ryan has grown into a veritable empire with more than twenty one million subscribers super creepy but see nuts found youtube is still struggling to lockdown commenting on videos featuring minors advertising to kids is it's product tours. NPS surveys all sorts of things that amplify your team and help you reach more nice people in our comm- customer unity got forty five percent loyal users with Intercom in just twelve months go to intercom dot com slash podcast to start making money from real time chat then see everything else intercom can do that's inter-
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Trump administration requests more time to reunite immigrant families
"To get them back with your parents as soon as possible on friday the trump administration requested more time from the us district judge to reunite immigrant children under five with their parents this is why they're having trouble meeting this deadline because they do not have the proper infrastructure or did not take the proper precautions when they actually separated children from their mothers and their fathers the judge will decide whether or not to provide the administration with an extension but in the meantime the faith action network says it'll continue strategizing and working for immigration reform now the workshops also focused on social media and civil disobedience training they say these are the tools they'll need to move their message forward in redmond lamonica peter's komo news police in edmonds looking for three people involved in a shooting early saturday morning happened on two hundred twelve th street southwest near seventy six have a new police say it started with a fight between seventeen year old who was shot in group of other people that teen was taken to the hospital with gunshot wounds to his thigh he is expected to survive police say three people involved took off in a white honda if you know anything call police komo's michelle esteban reporting a thirteen year old girl is out of the hospital after she and her brother and sister were hit by a car this happening tacoma near the bose elementary school gate cohen has more this long.
Lipscomb wins Atlantic Sun championship, heads to 2018 NCAA Tournament
"For their third enzi aa tournament appearance thanks to the game winning buzzerbeating three from colleague jones's time expired this conviction that we've got to victory fix the big style copper's partly joe congratulations on your team letting buzzerbeating three let's show you for the first time take push through those last ten seconds set your peak shot for the nieces first of all it was for the other a double took quick novel the never stopped to sir with love so i have to let it go now we don't dancing probably john's fetishes with thirteen including a game winner radford emotional went on senator projected as a sixteenthseed by our jolan already there would be in the play in game in the missouri valley oil as chicago beats illinois state sixty five forty nine their projected as a twelve th seed according to our joe lunardi the atlantic son championship a first time in history let's go bisexuals stampede to the ncaa tournament didn't call points at one point two over edging see you the regular season champions and lipscomb is able to stay hall flickon back attempts colon westwood one one away ninety six the final second most combined point two hundred four points in this one second most combined in an atlantic zone tournament game and the most since 1982 looks calm as you heard had to high non they led six thirty wanted to have twenty nine point halftime lead and they hang on for a one o8 ninety six victory in this one big tango's to michigan a seventy five sixty six win over perdue outright a c title go so cincinnati they be wichita state sixty to sixty.