23 Burst results for "Twelve Twelve Years"

The Cascadia Subduction Zone

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:32 min | 3 months ago

The Cascadia Subduction Zone

"Today we're going to look at the Cascadia subduction zone, and what could be a mega quake the Pacific northwest subduction zone earthquakes have occurred every three hundred fifty years since six hundred BC with the most recent taking place January twenty six seventeen o one evidence for earlier quakes come from core samples taken from the. The Ocean floor, and from rings counted in the Ghost forest that I'll talk about a little bit later. The seventeen hundred quake caused several coastal regions, Washington and Oregon to drop sixty six feet, massive coastal storms during nine, hundred and ninety, seven, Ninety, eight, washed away tons and tons of sand, revealing hundreds of stumps, the remnants of a Sitka spruce forced. It is through. Through a combination of carbon dating an accounting of rings that the data, the last Cascadia subduction zone or C. S. Z. quake took place. The Earth's surface is made up of seven major plates and many smaller ones. The smaller plates creator earthquakes for short durations of fourteen forty five seconds at may reach nine point five on the Richter scale. They often take place of. Of Water call faultlines between plates March Eleventh Twenty Eleven Japan experience a subduction zone. Quite that lasted more than four minutes at nine point one on the Richter scale. It was a fourth, most powerful or quake in the world. Since modern recording began in nineteen, hundred shake created a Su- Nami, the reached a hundred and thirty three feet and mood six miles inland google. Google Japan's main island upon shoot, eight feet in shifted the earth on its axis between four and ten inches, this was an earthquake created by the shifting of the Pacific Plate finally to help put earthquakes in perspective, the long Prieta quake that interrupted the nineteen eighty nine world series in San Francisco. California lasted fifteen seconds the Great San Francisco earthquake of nineteen six was. was eight point six that lasted forty five seconds, but Japan's greater earthquake of twenty eleven lasted over four minutes at nine point, one of the Richter scale based on data from Oregon see geographer Patrick Corcoran and Usgs Alaska, science center kiss, missing mysteries will now tour the predicted minute by minute impact of Cascadia. Subduction Zone earthquake on the Oregon coast after three hundred twelve. Twelve years to see S Z could no longer take the strain it ruptures at a spot fifty five miles west of Cannon Beach Oregon and quickly spreads along the seven hundred miles of its length from British Columbia to Mendocino California. The North American plate slips fifty seven feet to the south. West sliding over the Wanda Fuca plate, but remember we're talking about across more. More than fifty miles deep, the first movement sons pressure wave that soapy way that travels through the Earth's crust at thirteen thousand miles an hour, it will reach the West Coast in ten seconds. The leading edge will hit Oregon's cannon beach and seaside thirty seconds later. It reaches Portland in fifty seconds his Seattle at nine point one is what seismologist call a full rip? Most cities can withstand a six point. Eight quake lasted about forty five seconds, but the difference between a forty second, and a four-minute quake has like the difference between a head on collision at four miles, an hour and forty miles an hour within three minutes shaking continues, the coast will drop from six to twenty five feet after five minutes. The worst is over for Portland and Seattle it will have suffered from ground liquefication Berlin will collapse, and they'll be gas fires citywide after six. Six minutes people seeking high ground to avoid the soon. NAMI will be impeded by debris driving. We'll be an impossibility at eight minutes. Nami will be about twenty five miles offshore. It approaches like an enormous high tide, but a flash flood speed leading edge will only be inches, but will increase to forty feet as predicted that the cascadia subduction zone quake would create twice the impact of Japan's great quake twenty eleven. Keep in mind the by the time you finish listening to this. There will have been earthquakes somewhere in the world. The Pacific

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Washington DC - Virginia 6th-grader raises money to help feed kids during pandemic

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

Washington DC - Virginia 6th-grader raises money to help feed kids during pandemic

"Undetermined sixth grader from Virginia is having a major impact on other kids his age as families continue to experience hard times during the the corona corona virus virus pandemic pandemic I I just just twelve twelve years years old old Christian Christian Willis Willis has has raised raised nine nine hundred hundred dollars dollars over over the the past past few few weeks weeks with with one one mission mission in in mind mind to to feed feed other other kids kids to to him him it's it's like like a a loaf loaf of of bread bread this this can can get get them them sandwiches sandwiches for for a a week week and and he he did did it it all all on on his his mom mom chante chante says says when when the the pandemic pandemic hit hit Christian Christian begin begin calling calling family family and and friends friends to to raise raise money money and decided to donated to house of mercy in Manassas and as the need continued she hopes to see more people consider making even a small difference anything that you can do will help especially kids you know care enough to do it and actually do

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12-year-old coronavirus patient ‘fighting for her life’ on ventilator in Atlanta hospital

Money Matters with Wes Moss

00:26 sec | 6 months ago

12-year-old coronavirus patient ‘fighting for her life’ on ventilator in Atlanta hospital

"Of George's youngest patients with corona virus fighting for her her life life at at children's children's healthcare healthcare of of Atlanta Atlanta channel channel two two action action news news reporter reporter Nicole Nicole Kerr Kerr says says relatives relatives of of this this twelve twelve year year old old girl girl also also worried worried about about her her brother brother little brother who is self quarantine now in this family again stress stressing social distancing stressing that we all take this seriously they do not know where this little girl was in fact it

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Review of Yonkers detective's cases underway after botched Bronx drug bust

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 9 months ago

Review of Yonkers detective's cases underway after botched Bronx drug bust

"The Westchester county VA is reviewing all passed in pending cases involving Yonkers detective Sean forgot a is expected to plead guilty in a perjury case he was accused of lying about a drug case which led to the wrongful arrest of a man from the Bronx the a amp any scar Pino junior says if we determine any conviction was the result of an illegal action by detective Fogarty we will will immediately immediately move move to to vacate vacate the the conviction conviction conviction forget forget forget a a a forty forty forty five five five years years years old old old is is is retiring retiring retiring from from from the the the offers offers offers speedy speedy speedy he he he was was was on on on the the the force force force about about about twelve twelve twelve years years years after after after spending spending spending ten ten ten years years years with with with the the the

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Father dies on Christmas Eve trying to save daughter who was swept out to sea

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:22 sec | 9 months ago

Father dies on Christmas Eve trying to save daughter who was swept out to sea

"A father drowned while trying to rescue his his twelve twelve year year old old daughter daughter who who was was swept swept from from the the lagoon lagoon in in Carmel Carmel they're they're on on a a raft raft at at Carmel Carmel river river state state beach beach Tuesday Tuesday when when it it got got caught caught in in the the current current the the girl girl fell fell off the raft in the cold waters in her father tried to get to her first responders managed to rescue her and take her to the hospital her father was brought to shore by a fire Bodin later died in the

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Memphis is giving the middle finger to the NCAA over James Wiseman's eligibility

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

10:58 min | 11 months ago

Memphis is giving the middle finger to the NCAA over James Wiseman's eligibility

"Of the weekend involves one of the biggest names in the sport fourth presumptive number one overall pick of the two thousand twenty NBA draft Memphis Freshman. James Wiseman instable a as you probably heard has inform Memphis that James Wiseman is quote likely in eligible among other things. The school announced Friday. That wise was going to be withheld from competition. Based on a rule interpretation issued by the incident this all being being tied to Penny Hardaway provided the Wiseman family with approximately eleven thousand five hundred dollars for the university called quote moving expenses. That's back when wiseman moved from Nashville. GO TO MEMPHIS in two thousand seventeen at the time. Penny Hardaway was the coach at East High School in Memphis Wiseman he ultimately enrolled at East High School in Memphis and this would be possible. NCWA regardless of the specifics. But what makes it an undeniable. NCWA issue is that in two thousand Seventeen Penny Hardaway was a memphis booster booster according to the way the NCAA defined such thing so what we have here if you destroy all the details away is a memphis. Booster providing a sizable amount of money to a five star. Prospect prospects mother to get the family to move to Memphis and then that five star prospect enrolled at the University of Memphis. There's just no logical way to argue. That's not against NCWA NCWA rules in Memphis again. Prepared to withhold. James Wiseman from competition as early as Friday afternoon. That's where we were. Why has been on the verge being held out of games but then later Friday afternoon wiseman and his attorney Leslie balanced went to court and got a temporary restraining order in Memphis in decided to allow wise men to play in Friday night's game against Illinois Chicago and for what it's worth Penny Hardaway is on record? He has said James Wiseman will continue to play next against Oregon important on on Tuesday night. Now some have suggested that the temporary restraining order force Memphis to play WII. That's just not true. No court can force a school or a coach to play a player. Even when as is good as James Wiseman Memphis simply opted to play James Wiseman for better or worse they bold move for many reasons it could lead to the Tigers first two games and any other Games Games wiseman plays in being vacated it could also lead to bigger instable issues because in the instabilities is Memphis is right now knowingly using a player it has been told hold is quote likely in eligible. So there's a lot to unpack here. Obviously but let's just start right here in Orlando what you think of Memphis is decision to play. James Wiseman under these circumstances because it is definitely not how schools typically handle these types of situations. I Love Memphis decision to play him. Because it makes for a fascinating standoff here. I Hate Memphis decision to play. Play him because my issue with this story. Perish is the institutions that have failed James Wiseman and how how he is likely to be on the wrong end of this and essentially serving as the only victim of this perhaps the Memphis program. I'm at large you know not having James Wiseman at some point in perpetuity for the remainder of the season. If we get to that point its final. Four hopes certainly take a masset but why why isn't who is trying to become the number of picking the two thousand twenty. NBA draft to be able to play for his adopted opted hometown. And here's my problem and take this where you may take it okay. Penny Hardaway becomes a booster twelve twelve years ago when the his Alma Mater ops to build hall of fame wing and his name and he is obviously a key part of that. I get all that okay. Now when that my issues intention here when that happens Penny Hardaway becomes booster. James Wiseman is there's no even real. I thought that who ever played college basketball. That point seven eight years old so then Penny Hardaway eventually gets into the coaching business. And it's been well documented community many places as to why he became a coach. That's actually a very inspirational ernest kind of story. At the grassroots level and at the high school level then James James Wiseman develops into a number one type prospect in his class wild playing on the other side of the same but while playing in Nashville so the family is moved from Nashville to Memphis. For a number of reasons. You can be cynical about it and I would encourage that But one of them Apparently because Weisman sister attended the University of Memphis Penny Hardaway agrees to help pay the moving fees as a side note It does not cost eleven thousand dollars to move all your stuff from one place to another. That is an exorbitant amount of money. And I'm sure the particular details as to Penny Hardaway providing that money what it really went to aside for moving. I'm sure those have been talked about at length and I would assume receipts have been provided. Perhaps they haven't perhaps it's a major major sticking point with this case because that is a significant amount of money we are told James Wiseman is not privy to any of this information. Now the fights against this by saying doesn't matter because and we've talked about you know these kinds of situations overall these overarching situations at Sylvia's okay specifically at Kansas. He was going to be sad for two years for not knowing what was happening and reduced it to just basically essentially once and that's why he's Villa Kansas now but regardless when that happens in two thousand seventeen gene penny hardaway is not even a candidate for the Memphis job. Tubby Smith is coaching. Penny Hardaway's coaching high school in Tennessee. The issue I have with the instability doubly ruling. The way it's ruled here is the circumstances that surrounded all of this. I think are unfairly putting James Wise Men's eligibility ability. I don't even know if I WANNA say up for debate Peres because in the eyes of the it's not for debate in fact does give you an idea via of how pissed off. The instable is in the middle of Memphis game on Friday night. And what a crazy night that was parish was in the studio for. CBS Sports Network. It says is. The University of Memphis was notified. The James Wiseman is likely ineligible. The university chose to play him and ultimately is responsible for ensuring its student. Athletes are eligible to play. That's not a common move. By the way in the midst of these cases the organization's general stance is that. It has no statement on ongoing cases. So whomever whomever cleared that is obviously really ticked off that Weisman and his legal representation. Who for my he's Leslie Ball and I know it's Balan F that he's he's Leslie Isley Baldwin and he's incredible and hoping turned around for Wiseman in the right way? I understand the way the rules are written. I have a problem with all of these circumstances affecting Weisman the way they have and I have an issue with penny and what he may or may not have told MEMPHIS MEMPHIS may or may not have known. Because here's the other deal because because this became an issue in the state of Tennessee and I'm kind of speaking back at this with pairs pairs knows all of this. Obviously he's he's talked about it for two years on his radio. Show the details of of this exact thing. We're known to the point where wiseman actually went to the court to get a restraining order to give him eligible in the first place at the high school level. So what I need to know from the standpoint is when when Wiseman was apparently cleared in May of two thousand nineteen when he still had the option to play wherever he wanted most notably Kentucky. If he wasn't gonNA play at Memphis why was he cleared. What are the what he did not know? Because here's my deal if the NC double A.. New All of this if it knew all live this and cleared him and then someone came back in late. October and said oopsy are bad or by the way we might have just missed this dangling thread on no take backs. Wise Men should not suspended over this if all of the details have been provided and I have to. Eileen I lean to believe that they have given that they went through this at the high school level. That Penny Hardaway given who he he is when Memphis brought him in when they knew his connections to all of these different kinds of players. I cannot believe there would be so much unaccountability laziness oversight on this matter. I have to believe all of this stuff was disclosed. If it wasn't to be clear if this was not disclosed Penny Hardaway knew of this and did not tell his employer employer. Then there's a real case against Weisman as much as it sucks but I am. I am opting to believe that all of this stuff was known and provided I to Memphis this and then theoretically cannot be so stupid not to have realized that the number one player in his class did not have this benefit provided to them. That's why I've got the problem if you told them took them. I'm glad you took it there because this is still a point of confusion as it relates to this specific case because if you read the lawsuit that James Wiseman has filed and certainly talk to people who are arguing that side of it. What they they will tell you is that the incidentally cleared and then they just decided to rolling ineligible just you know new information? They just changed their mind and and that may be true. At least I can't tell you it's not true but what I can tell you is it's definitely not the way Memphis. Explain the situation when it released a statement Friday night. I don't know if you saw that. But the statement the university released reads this way after a joint standard eligibility review by the university and the instable As is common for all high profile incoming student athletes James Wiseman Iceland was declared eligible by the instability in May two thousand nine hundred nine however based on information that necessitated a deeper investigation. The university began to work alongside aside the instability in investigating the matter after several months of interviews and after a review of documentation it was determined that in the summer of two thousand seventeen while Wiseman was a a high school student and Prospective Student Athlete Penny Hardaway provided eleven thousand five hundred dollars in moving expenses to assist the wiseman family in the relocation to Memphis unbeknownst to wisemen end of statement so again the lawsuit suggest that the NC Double A. changed its mind but the university statement doesn't suggest that at all what the incident delayed statement said. I mean what what Memphis statement says is listen. We did the initial eligibility review. Everything was cool. He was eligible but then based on information that necessitated a deeper investigation. So after this happened there was information. Asian that necessitated a deeper investigation and we worked on that and then after several months of interviews and after we review of documentation it was is determined that the summer of that in the summer of two thousand Seventeen Penny Hardaway provided eleven thousand.

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"twelve twelve years" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

08:43 min | 1 year ago

"twelve twelve years" Discussed on The First Degree

"First degree Meghan we'll probably offer some insight so tiny I don't know exactly what day it was it was a normal day it was just me my mom and my sister and then my little nephew my mom I was forty at the time my sister me too I was twelve twelve years old and my nephew was about two and we went to at home store where you get like building supplies and paint and stuff like that and we were going to pick out some stuff for my sister's house because she was putting new tile in her kitchen so it was just best girls and a baby and we were checking out tile and you were asking help of some of the people that working there and a man how does he just stupid super nice he and so helpful we try to them off we thought he was just so handsome and helpful and you know we you know just kind of like this really nice that he was like chatting up and wanting to help us take everything out of it car and even held my messy for a few moments while we were talking and which we thought was really funny because my nephew didn't really like it there's not much but he really took the him really well and anyway it was just kind of weird that we were also talking about like later in the day we're like oh we're remember that Yeah Cute Guy at helped us and and and that was that so we can you know kind of forgot about it after that until the next hey when my mom this is really weird but back in the nineties like we live on this in this like little tiny neighborhood in this town rebel and we didn't have cell phones or anything like most of the socialization was out in our neighborhood so we always have Raj door open and a Lotta people smoked back then and so they would like go outside have a cigarette multiple times throughout the day and like the neighbors would be out there and they were just like always mean well one of those days is normal bay garage door was opened my mom had been in and out and she heard about five as a collie her name was patsy and she was very old maybe about a year old and had never really done a lot of barking or anything but one day when our that day and when my mom had gone back inside she kinda heard patsy barking and she heard a knock at the door the front door which is strange of course because the garage door was open so she was opened the front door and saw a man standing there opened the doors passing with outside with her and she ah like how how can I help you and he said Hey I live in the neighborhood you know down the road and I drive by here several times a week and it's all your collie outside and I you know just I thought she was really pretty and I have an old collie he's older but he's not neutered and really back to breed them and I just wanted to know if you'd be interested in breeding your colleagues my colleague and my mom like she was like no you know she's not very ultimately about a year get her spayed we're not interested in breeding and then in the middle of like her sentence she said Oh aren't you the guy who helped us from Home Depot yesterday and as soon as she recognized him as the person from Home Depot his energy changed immediately and she said that he got kind of flustered word on like kind of clammed up and he'll like agitated a little bit and he was like oh he's like maybe so you know he's like well maybe I'll just you know also by another day because the dog started barking and barking really loud and so he he just kinda like left in a hurry on didn't think much of it you know she just thought okay well he lives nearby and you know he saw the dog and whatever and then she told me later on she was like Hey gosh that was so nice district stopped by the House and we have a call in you know she was talking about like it was totally normal whatever you like never showed up again and then a few weeks later is when we saw on news or on the news but he has been arrested for killing a woman and you know it was just super crazy because his mugshot was up on the TV and my sister thought from her off called my mom she said hey mom turn on the news right now we didn't know his neighbor anything if the time we didn't know anything about him other than we all thought even it's cute and helpful and we kinda talked about him or whatever and that was it but then you know we had a very distinctive look about him though who knows my sister saw him on the TV she knew right away you know sure enough they sound two bodies about three and a half miles from our house two ladies that had been murdered and we're in a field so how did Roger no where they left I mean we have speculated like a number of things we actually okay well maybe we have written down some dimensions on some paper maybe somehow our address like old male or something like that or you're was it that he was leaving his jeff and followed us you know like how and it's weird because he did actually live pretty close he lives in a neighborhood in round rock but it wouldn't have been in our neighborhood wouldn't have been like a thoroughfare unless he was just like driving around looking for something or you know it wouldn't have been like a normal route take his neighborhood you you would have taken like main roads so we still to this day I have no idea how found this and guess what and he didn't actually have a collie either I mean fable she's a weird excuse talk on the door and you know my mom alone in the house but when he came she was you know of course later on was like Oh my God thank God my dog was outside because there's no way he could've definitely like put Dan he was pretty big guy and my mom's tiny so obviously the next question you'd ask someone like Meghan who had this experience is if it adult them I mean this is super scary and they were watching this case unfold immediately as women were going missing they have interaction with the sky his home improvement store he pops over when the mom is home alone who's in the same age range as his victims and then he's arrested and his face is all over the news and he met one of his victims the exact same way that he met Megan's mom because we lived in that area we heard about the missing woman we heard about the search is going on and that kind of stuff and we even heard when the bodies were found be like we're talking about that they found that woman they found another woman like this has been going on for a few weeks you know all this stuff in the news because he wasn't even arrested you know until like probably you know a couple of weeks later after they found the bodies and so that when he was on the news that's when she was like Oh my God like he came to our house this is the guy who was at our house and helped up at home depot and held our baby you know and it was like so freaky of course after wants me realize it was the woman who had gone missing I think she had a young daughter my age I think her daughter was like twelve and I was twelve so a lot of things around you know the case like appeal to us because she lives like so close though it was Kinda creepy you know we were again they found her body three three and a half miles from our house I am so excited about this and I'm feeling all of the nostalgic feels and you will too because on Wednesdays from the network that brought you riverdale the w brings you the haunting new series Nancy drill and this story is set in a small town hand like we know with all small towns they come with big big secrets and Nancy gets caught up in a murder mystery that truly has no earth the explanation in Nancy ends up being a witness to a gruesome murder of a socialite in the prime suspect is anything other than what you'd expect it it's a ghost and everybody loves.

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"twelve twelve years" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"twelve twelve years" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"The NFL and also the college game I will say this I mean I've been I've been training and coaching up some of the top college football tight ends over the last six years and I've been coaching out the NFLPA collegiate all star game or that some of the top college players go to the to the draft and I love you know I Mike Martz was a coach out there and we built a good relationship and he was very fond of my style and the things that I way I approach a must and I played in the league a very long time you know and I've done it multiple ways I mean caught a lot of balls only my career develop myself into it you know very good dominant blocker during my time and I understand the the the the past to to to to get through the league into play along and and how to kinda you know perfect some of the things that you're doing to train the right way took me twelve of those twelve twelve years a figure that all out and you know I just I got in my head you know I just I just knowing that I watch the game and I see a particular item position coming from college it's just I want to say they're being cheated but they just they're not learning that position the way they should be learning it and you know the statistics are out there's no question but when they get to the league is a little bit of a shocker so you know that has never change regardless of how long I've been out of the game because the league clearly once complete tight ends the come on appeal because they are the ones that have the the most success long term in the NFL so we'll keep you know worse chat I cut out the spring lake I wish was still around because I really felt like that was a true opportunity to kind of build something over a couple years and maybe the NFL because some of that up and you know things are worked out you know they don't have their stuff together financially but I enjoyed my time there and you never know I I like to keep everything opened up moving for my future but clearly right now you know TV called the games that being around that of it has been fantastic for me and I and I enjoy every minute of it even more important in coaching and or your television work or your former team how good is Bonner gonna be this year while there you go well I'd say it the big very young this year so they they feel good about what what they're building there I always you know try to do the best I can to to just continue to give back to school I will say this though I I am putting my foot for for my son now he's a sophomore in high school in Tampa and I'll have his first varsity quarter be placed quarterback nice not to pay your bill make his first start Friday night on the lights so Rocco back that that might be a name three or four years from now Jody we are at the think about you know see what this kid is but I'm excited about I love high school football and anytime I can give back in and we're gonna cheer and and see my alma mater play it's it's it's always fun fair enough and we'll keep an eye on that rock objected we appreciate you coming on Anthony thanks much good for good info per Preciado would do it again down the road you got a man enjoy the year you got it pride of Drexel hill Pennsylvania and Monsignor Bonner icicle yeah I know a couple people that are associated with the programs I know Anthony went there not try to it Adam knew would get a kick out of it the end to be back here with us on CBS portray all right could you die now come back at the phone three Stoke cleared out the lines come people dropped off you can get back on in a hurry eight five.

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"twelve twelve years" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"twelve twelve years" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"I was expecting. I was on very Cavalieri whatever they last week. I didn't talk about a bunch beforehand because it was up against American idol. Yeah. You had a recorded like a year and a half ago. But I didn't see it. Did you see it on the internet? But seeing that live only seeing the club. But I'm my husband, and I have it on our list to go back and watch. Apparently like that's someone that went out with for a while that you are still great friends with. Yeah. But I mean, even with her I was like all day. Please be great because not today people. Well, also, I'm over here. Lonely just looking for anybody. All right. I'm gonna do any in that clip though. I'm very Cavalieri though. Thank you. There was something you did. That was like really funny. Thank you. I'm amy. I'm pretty funny. This enough. But I made my living by observations saying funny things, you know, that's all it's time for the good news. Piper. Smith is a sixth grader in her mom was dropping her off for school when the mall went into cardiac arrest and piper's like, oh, no, what am I gonna do? Piper starts doing CPR on her own mom. How old is the kid sixth grade? Okay. It's a twelve twelve years old. Yeah. Saves role mugs live brings her back with CPR what in the world that just think is a sixth grader your mom's dropping you off in the little corporal line. And you've got to do CPR. I'm probably on. I don't come out of my mom's mouth. That and sixth grade. I'll probably be like, oh, I don't know. Like, I'll do it. But it will be like if I went down lunch bucket, and you had to give them out. Do it. I know. You think about it for sure you wouldn't think about not doing it? But you just think about it. It's like I got from mouth mouth. And then I would do it. Okay. Yeah. The nine one one operator walked her through exactly what she needed to do. And she did it EMI if I went down..

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"twelve twelve years" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast

Overthinking It Podcast

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"twelve twelve years" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast

"That. Thank you for for being concerned. And I just wanted to share the news that that particular group of people seems to have seems to have come through. Okay. The other piece of information that I wanted to share was that. I don't know why the stars aligned to make this happen. But we published an article on over thinking this. Week that he impossible happen. The Red Sea parted, and there is a think tank about the late great Stanley up on overthinking dot com this week featuring actually contributions from all people who are here on this. Who are here on this podcast so gentlemen, thank you for writing. And I hope you go check that out at over thinking it. It's. Right there on on the homepage. I and I don't know why the stars aligned, and we we all wrote something together. But it it's very nice to be back with you to be back putting pen to paper with you, folks. And it's very it's very nice to have a panel. Like this on on the podcast again. This is the largest show that we've had in in a while. And it's it's good to talk to have a really great movie to talk about. All right warning. The this podcast contained spoilers for the film widows. And you know, we always tell you, whether it matters, or it doesn't matter in this movie. It matters. There are a couple of pieces of information. I mean spoiler alert. I guess it's it's sort of different from the tone that is sold in the trailer. But, but you sort of I actually sort of expected that it's directed by Steve McQueen who directed the film hunger, the film shame, and the film twelve twelve years, a slave, and he is a very sort of Ardy. Director making sort of the leap to the multiplexes one article..

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"twelve twelve years" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"twelve twelve years" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The email address elrushbo at eibnet dot us okay the supreme court choice is breath cabin on twelve years on the dc circuit the for the court of appeals which is a feeder circuit for the supreme court on paper he's impeccable on paper there is no just way to disqualify brett cavenaugh as a supreme court justice the left however gotten gear last night even before they knew the name they started organizing protest marches and they had protests papers and positions already out they just had to fill in the name of the nominated matter who it was and some of the some of the left's objections to cavenaugh today they're really weird i mean they're they're strange they're laughable and people are laughing at some of the things the left saying and i had to catch myself because twenty five years ago i was laughing at things they said now all that stuff has happened much of that stuff that they weren't laughing effing nobody would ever buy this stuff a lot of people have so it's it's tempting to laugh at them it's it and i'm going to any it's tempting to mock them but at the same time you have to realize that there is a certain percentage of americans that's the buying into all of this and and eating all up in the more extreme democrats go you would think on the surface they be killing their own goose now much of it is fundraising i i i'm i'm hesitant to make any prediction on paper there's no way to stop this i mean mccain has come out and tweeted his support for cavenaugh that pretty much makes it automatic democrats just don't have the votes right now to stop this even even without any defections from red state democrats up for reelection but of course the hearings hammond begun and i want to focus in on what i have what i have learned i think is going to primary focus of interest the democrats make on on and i'm kicking myself for not telling you about this last week and yesterday because i i i made a point not to get into the navelgazing gazing game that i was seeing everybody else get into you know the speculation than the analysis based on this gas and then if that guests happens what does that mean that guest doesn't happen what does that mean it was it was it was interminable you couldn't you couldn't find it into it i didn't want to join the game but one of the points i made to my brother when i was talking about the various choices available and and to some others i said the one thing about cavanaugh is this guy has a paper trail that is twelve years long and he's got a pointed out there are twelve twelve years of service in and he spent a lot of time in the bush white house he was staff secretary in the bush white house and i don't mean clerical he he dealt with the bush administration george w bush administration for five years he dealt with everything going through the oval office paper wise he composed emails and was dealing with all of that paper there are literally millions of pages of things written not just court opinions that cavanaugh has himself written or signed and as many pages as there are that's who knows how many opportunities for the democrats the research and find something and remember with clarence thomas they literally made up the sexual harassment business with the anita hill when it looked like thomas was going to be confirmed that that was a plan for those of you that were not old enough for paying attention back the plan was hatched by the wife of illinois senator paul simon totally ginned up the sexual harassment business on thomas and it totally took over the hearings and it nearly derailed the thomas's nomination library i remember i was walltowall it for the moment that happened i was walltowall on and didn't stop until that was beaten back this was before fox news.

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"twelve twelve years" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"twelve twelve years" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Eight jude email address elrushbo eibnet dot us okay the supreme court choice is red cavenaugh twelve years on the dc circuit the for the court of appeal which is a feeder circuit for the supreme court on paper he's impeccable on paper there is no just way to disqualify brett kavanagh as a supreme court justice the left however gotten gear last night even before they knew the name they started organizing protest marches and they had protests papers and positions already out they just had to fill in the name of the nominated matter who it was and some of the some of the left's objections to cavenaugh today they're really weird i mean they're they're strange they're laughable and people are laughing at some of the things the left saying and i had to catch myself because twenty five years ago i was laughing at things they said now all that stuff has happened much of that stuff that they we were laughing at the nobody would ever buy this stuff a lot of people have so it's it's tempting to laugh at them it's and i'm going to and it's tempting to mock them but at the same time you have to realize that there is a certain percentage of americans the buying into all of this and and eating it all up in the more extreme the democrats go you would think on the surface they be killing their own goose now much of it is fundraising i i i'm hesitant to make any prediction on paper there's no way to stop this i mean mccain has come out and tweeted his support for cavenaugh that pretty much makes it automatic democrats just don't have the votes right now to stop this i even even without any defections from red state democrats up for reelection but of course the hearings had begun and i want to focus in on what i have what i have learned i think is going to be the primary focus of interest the democrats make on cabin on and i'm kicking myself for not telling you about this last week and yesterday because i i i made a point not to get into the naval gazing game that i was seeing everybody else get into you know the speculation than the analysis based on this gas and then if that guests happens what does that mean that guest doesn't happen what does that mean was it was it was interminable you couldn't you couldn't find it into it i didn't want to join the game but one of the points i made to my brother when i was talking about the various choices available and and to some others i said the one thing about cavanaugh is this guy has a paper trail that is twelve years long and he's got a pointed out there are twelve twelve years of service in and he spent a lot of time in the bush white house he was staff secretary in the bush white house and i don't mean clerical he dealt with the bush administration george w bush administration for five years he dealt with everything going through the oval office paper wise he composed emails and was dealing with all of that paper there are literally millions of pages of things written not just court opinions that cavanaugh has himself written or signed and as many pages as there are that's who knows how many opportunities for the democrats the research and find something and remember with clarence thomas they literally made up the sexual harassment business with the anita hill when it looked like thomas was going to be confirmed that was a plan for those of you that were not old enough for paying attention back the plan was hatched by the wife of illinois senator paul simon i mean they totally ginned up the sexual harassment business on thomas and it totally took over the hearings and it nearly derailed the thomas's nomination library i remember i was walltowall in it for the moment that happened i was walltowall on and didn't stop until that was beaten back this was before fox news.

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"twelve twelve years" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"twelve twelve years" Discussed on KNSS

"Of the email address elrushbo at eibnet dot us okay the supreme court choice is read cabin twelve years on the dc circuit the for the court of appeals which is a feeder circuit for the supreme court on paper he's impeccable on paper there is no just way to disqualify brett cavanaugh as a supreme court justice the left however gotten gear last night even before they knew the name they started organizing protest marches and they had protests papers and positions already out they just had to fill in the name of the nominated matter who it was and some of the some of the left's objections to cavenaugh today they're really weird i mean they're they're strange they're laughable and people are laughing at some of the things the left saying i had to catch myself because twenty five years ago i was laughing at things they said now all that stuff has happened much of that stuff that laughing at nobody would ever buy this stuff a lot of people have so it's it's tempting to laugh at them and i'm going to and it's tempting to mock them but at the same time you have to realize that there is a certain percentage of americans that's the buying into all of this and and eating and all up in the more extreme the democrats go you would think on the surface they be killing their own goose now much of it is fundraising i i'm hesitant to make any predictions on paper there's no way to stop this i mean mccain has come out and tweeted his support for cavenaugh that pretty much makes it automatic democrats just don't have the votes right now to stop this even even without any defections from red state democrats up for reelection but of course the hearings had begun and i want to focus in on what i have what i have learned i think is going to be the primary focus of interest the democrats make on cabin on and you know i'm i'm kicking myself for not telling you about this last week and yesterday because i i i made a point not to get into the navelgazing gazing game that i was seeing everybody else get into you know this speculation than the analysis based on this gas and then if that happens what does that mean that guests doesn't happen what does that mean it was it was it was interminable you couldn't you couldn't find it into it i didn't want to join the game but one of the points i made to my brother when i was talking about the various choices available and and to some others i said the one thing about cavanaugh is this guy has a paper trail that is twelve years long and he's got a pointed out there are twelve twelve years of service in and he spent a lot of time in the bush white house he was staff secretary in the bush white house and i don't mean clerical he he dealt with the bush administration george w bush administration for five years he dealt with everything going through the oval office paper wise he composed emails and was dealing with all of that paper there are literally millions of pages of things written not just court opinions that cavanaugh has himself written or signed and as many pages as there are that's who knows how many opportunities for the democrats to research and find something and remember with clarence thomas they literally made up the sexual harassment business with the anita hill when it looked like thomas was going to be confirmed that was a plan for those of you that were not old enough for paying attention back the plan was hatched by the wife of illinois senator paul simon i mean they totally ginned up the sexual harassment business on thomas and it totally took over the hearings and it nearly derailed the thomas's nomination library i remember i was walltowall in it for the moment that happened i was walltowall on him and didn't stop until that was beaten back this was before fox news.

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"twelve twelve years" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"twelve twelve years" Discussed on WTVN

"Of the email address elrushbo eibnet dot us okay the supreme court choice is rep on twelve years on the dc circuit the for the court of appeals which is a feeder circuit for the supreme court on paper he's impeccable on paper there is no just way to disqualify brett cavanaugh as a supreme court justice the left however gotten gear last night even before they knew the name they started organizing protest marches and they had protests papers and positions already out they just had to fill in the name of the nominated and matter who it was and some of the some of the left's objections to cavenaugh today they're really weird i mean they're they're strange they're laughable and people are laughing at some of the things the left saying i had to catch myself because twenty five years ago i was laughing at things they said now all that stuff has happened much of that stuff that they we were laughing at the nobody would ever buy this stuff a lot of people have so it's it's tempting to laugh at them it's it and i'm going to and it's tempting to mock them but at the same time you have to realize that there is a certain percentage of americans that's the buying into all of this and then eating it all up in the more extreme the democrats go you would think on the surface they be killing their own goose now much of it is fundraising i i'm i'm hesitant to make any prediction on paper there's no way to stop this i mean mccain has come out and tweeted his support for cavenaugh that pretty much makes it automatic democrats just don't have the votes right now to stop this even even without any defections from red state democrats up for reelection but of course the hearings had begun and i want to focus in on what i have what i have learned i think is going to be the primary focus of interest the democrats make on cabin on and you know i'm i'm kicking myself for not telling you about this last week and yesterday because i i i made a point not to get into the naval gazing game that i was seeing everybody else get into you know this speculation than the analysis based on this gas and then if that guests happens what does that mean that guest doesn't happen what does that mean it was it was interminable you couldn't you couldn't find it into it and i didn't want to join the game but one of the points i made to my brother when i was talking about the various choices available and and to some others i said the one thing about cavanaugh is this guy has a paper trail that is twelve years long and he's got a pointed out there are twelve twelve years of service in and he spent a lot of time in the bush white house he was staff secretary in the bush white house and i don't mean clerical he he dealt with the bush administration george w bush administration for five years he dealt with everything going through the oval office paper wise he composed emails and was dealing with all of that paper there are literally millions of pages of things written not just court opinions that cavanaugh has himself written or signed and as many pages as there are that's who knows how many opportunities for the democrats the research and find something and remember with clarence thomas they literally made up the sexual harassment business with the anita hill when it looked like thomas was going to be confirmed that that was a plan for those of you that were not old enough for paying attention back the plan was hatched by the wife of illinois senator paul simon i mean they totally jammed up the sexual harassment business on thomas and it totally took over the hearings and it nearly derailed the thomas's nomination library i remember i was walltowall and that for the moment that happened i was walltowall on him and didn't stop until that was beaten back this was before fox news.

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"twelve twelve years" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"twelve twelve years" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Contract out you had to have you had to buy buy somebody off in order to take it for those who didn't see it in the sun times today vinnie's comments to madeleine kenny the headline vinnie happy he's out accused shuffle says my role changed every night as a young guy there's a lot of pressure in that you never really know what you're going to be asked to do that night so coming into each game you never really know i'm excited to just be able to play my game and not worry about stuff like that just to be able to go on out and have fun with guys work hard and have fought in play my game i always tell people where i made strides was the mental side of the game i was always worried about if i made a mistake what was going to happen next i dunno vinnie had twenty five points in fifty games i don't know what he was expecting you know rarely where you come in and all of a sudden you get dropped into the second one nothing smoothie life let alone you know playing in the national hockey league so again yeah i mean there were times when you you wonder maybe why he wasn't getting a little bit more of a look for maybe a little bit more of a prime time spot but look at the end of the day my evaluation of a guy like venus rosa would be is he a top six in a national hockey league i think at times he can be but he's probably a legit bottom six guy and he looked the hawks have a lot of those guys so what they've done is moved him out opened up some cap space with the with the host the contract or an ulster league on and they bring back markus krueger in now what are they do with it and that's the most important thing the most sports most leagues are copycat league after we saw what las vegas did with having not one not the one and two lines but basically four solid line is that something that hockey teams are going to try to get is it something acting always try and i think i think i think when you look at the teams that have won here the last little while freddie you could sit there and go one through four pretty salty i think the one thing has been come very apparent and you know this hockey has changed a lot with the rule changes over the course of the last twelve twelve years whatever it is is you got to be really strong down the middle of the ice liggett we know if you don't have goaltending you have no shot to win we understand that that's a if you get it if you can be strong at the center ice position lately it seems like you can have a average defense or above average defense and you could win and that's what's happened here the last handful of years like look at pittsburgh right backups superstrong down the middle washington this year superstrong down the middle when the hawks have won they've been very very good down the down the center ice position so if you can have those guys it's like major league baseball right take the guy off the hill for a second if you're good at catcher if you're strong position freddie right short second right strong up the middle and i would assume the guy in centerfield right european right so if you can be really really good up the middle of the ice you're going to give yourself a chance and that's what the cubs have to i mean you look at alma and center yet russell and by contrast behind the plate i mean that's wonderful now if they can get the guys in the middle of figuring things out that'd be nice let's go to schaumburg and danny danny you're on espn thousand was gone hey guys more than just trying to get a better understanding of nhl work if you look at the nfl alive tires you'll see by quarterbacks for incest don't restructure heels in order to free up capital tom brady every other year can't the hawks goto keizer canine.

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"twelve twelve years" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"twelve twelve years" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"The email address elrushbo eibnet dot us okay the supreme court choice is red cavanaugh twelve years on the dc circuit the the court of appeals which is a feeder circuit for the supreme court on paper he's impeccable on paper there is no just way to disqualify brett cavanaugh as a supreme court justice the left however gotten gear last night even before they knew the name they started organizing protest marches and they had protests papers and positions already out they just had to fill in the name of the nominee didn't matter who it was and some of the some of the left's objections to cavanaugh today they're really weird i mean they're they're strange they're laughable and people are laughing at some of the things the left saying i catch myself because twenty five years ago i was laughing at things they said now all that stuff has happened much laughing effing nobody would ever buy this stuff a lot of people have so it's it's tempting to laugh at them it's and i'm going to and it's tempting to mock them but at the same time you have to realize that there is a certain percentage of americans that's the buying into all of this and then eating all up in the more extreme the democrats go you would think on the surface they killing their own goose now much of it is fundraising i i'm i'm hesitant to make any prediction on paper there's no way to stop this i mean mccain has come out and tweeted his support for cavenaugh that pretty much makes it automatic democrats just don't have the votes right now to stop this even even without any defections from red state democrats up for reelection but of course the hearings had begun and i want to focus in on what i have what i have learned i think is going to be the primary focus of interest democrats make on cabinet on and i'm kicking myself for not telling you about this last week and yesterday because i i i made a point not to get into the navelgazing gazing game that i was seeing everybody else get into you know the speculation in the analysis based on this gas and then if that guests happens what does that mean that guest doesn't happen what does that mean it was it was interminable you couldn't you couldn't find an into it and i didn't want to join the game but one of the points i made to my brother when i was talking about the various choices available and and to some others i said the one thing about cavanaugh is this guy has a paper trail that is twelve years long and he's got a pointed out there are twelve twelve years of service in he spent a lot of time in the bush white house he was staff secretary in the bush white house and i don't mean clerical he he dealt with the bush administration george w bush administration for five years he dealt with everything going through the oval office paper wise he composed emails and was dealing with all of that paper there are literally millions of pages of things written not just court opinions that cavenaugh has himself written or signed and as many pages as there are that's who knows how many opportunities for the democrats to research and find something to remember with clarence thomas they literally made up the sexual harassment business with the anita hill when it looked like thomas was going to be confirmed that that was a plan for those of you that were not old enough for paying attention back the plan was hatched by the wife of illinois senator paul simon i mean they totally jammed up the sexual harassment business on thomas and it totally took over the hearings and it nearly derailed the thomas's nomination library i remember i was walltowall on that for the moment that happened i was walltowall on and didn't stop until that was beaten back this was before fox news.

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"twelve twelve years" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"twelve twelve years" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"The email address elrushbo at dot us okay the supreme court choice is rent cabin on twelve years on the dc circuit the to the court of appeal which is a feeder circuit for the supreme court on paper he's impeccable on paper there is no just way to disqualify brett cavanaugh as a supreme court justice the left however gotten gear last night even before they knew the name they started organizing protest marches and they had protests papers and positions already out they just had to fill in the name of the nominated matter who it was and some of the some of the left's objections to cavenaugh today they're really weird i mean they're they're strange they're laughable and people are laughing at some of the things the left saying and i catch myself because twenty five years ago i was laughing at things they said now all that stuff has happened much laughing effing nobody would ever buy this stuff a lot of people have so it's it's tempting to laugh at them and i'm going to and it's tempting to mock them but at the same time you have to realize that there is a certain percentage of americans the buying into all of this and eating and all the more extreme democrats go you would think on the surface they be killing their own goose now much of it is fundraising i i'm hesitant to make any prediction on paper there's no way to stop this i mean mccain has come out and tweeted his support for cavenaugh that pretty much makes it automatic democrats just don't have the votes right now to stop this even even without any defections from red state democrats up for reelection but of course the hearings had begun and i want to focus in on what i have what i have learned i think is going to primary focus of interest to democrats make on on and i'm kicking myself for not telling you about this last week and yesterday because i i made a point not to get into the naval gazing game that i was seeing everybody else get into you know this speculation and the analysis based on this guests and then if that guests happens what does that mean that guest doesn't happen what does that mean it it was it was interminable you couldn't you couldn't find it into it and i didn't want to join the game but one of the points i made my brother when i was talking about the various choices available and and to some others i said the one thing about cavanaugh is this guy has a paper trail that is twelve years long and he's got my pointed out there are twelve twelve years of service in and he spent a lot of time in the bush white house he was staff secretary in the bush white house and i don't mean clerical he dealt with the bush administration george w bush administration for five years he dealt with everything going through the oval office paper wise he composed emails and was dealing with all of that paper there are literally millions of pages of things written not just court opinions that cavanaugh has himself written or signed and as many pages as there are that's who knows how many opportunities for the democrats the research and find something remember with clarence thomas they literally made up the sexual harassment business with the anita hill when it looked like thomas was going to be confirmed that that was a plan for those of you that we're not old enough for paying attention back plan was hatched by the wife of illinois senator paul simon i mean they totally jammed up the sexual harassment business on thomas and it totally took over the hearings and it nearly derailed thomas's nomination library i remember i was walltowall and that for the moment that happened i was walltowall on and didn't stop until that was beaten back this was before fox news.

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"twelve twelve years" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"twelve twelve years" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"And there's much more tradition than there our rules on this and if mitch mcconnell decides he doesn't care about getting any more paperwork from this nominee he doesn't have to get it he can just bring this nominee right to the floor book the power of the minority is the power to raise the price on the majority for acting to throw some hurdles and roadblocks in the way to delay things but mitch mcconnell will pay any price to get brad kavanagh confirmed if the senate is the democrats say they'll be no more legislation the senate let me know more nominees mitch mcconnell will treat all of that shirt for this nomination and i think that's the fundamental limitation you're in the end to beat brett cavenaugh the democrats have to beat bread cavenaugh with with votes yeah with fifty one novotes that's really what it comes down to and that means republican votes jumping yeah and it's not likely more republican vote remember susan collins voted for him when he went on the bench twelve twelve years ago so but it's always make the state this is a new vote this job so it's possible that he can be blocked without being likely and democrats have to go with possible right now and fight as hard as they can but if there's a situation where collins and murkowski vote for him and then joe donnelly of indiana joe mansion west virginia if they go ahead and also vote for him i hope democrats aren't too hard on those guys you know if their votes aren't actually needed if the causes lost and then they do something to defend themselves politically to get reelected sometimes democrats can be a little bit unforgiving in those situations and they should think about it in a more sophisticated way yeah i think the politics is time are different though so you might be the bork nomination thirty years ago when the balance on the supreme court turned and everyone was dominated well the southern democrats will have to go along everyone have to listen to ronald reagan follow ronald reagan and in the end the politics completely reversed and the good political vote was devoted against sport because the case of made against him the country rose up and he was beaten by a majority of democrats and republicans voting against him i think the same thing could happen here the countries pretty fired up there's a lot at stake it's the balance of the supreme court's roe it's a bomb macaire i think president trump shouldn't count his chickens yet alaska and maine that's the thing pedia on those two states and people who know people in those two states have to figure out what are the pressure points we'll lose them house statement tonight says she's going to consider what the people of alaska want and so it's a question of what does she hear what is susan collins here in maine run when you were in the staff of the judiciary committee did you see senators responding to what was happening back in their states and these matters well there's no question about it and in cast one time i was chief composition committee during the clarence thomas hearings and we saw the country accent load about the revelation of judge thomas and professor hill and demand that is confirmation be at least slowed down into let the testimony go forward and so and so forth so the public has voice your has input it can buck up the democratic senators it can force collins rakowski to explain what they're doing there is a role here for the public to speak out and it does have impact in this process i was working the senate when the thomas hearings came up and i watched democratic senators over time changed their minds and it wasn't so much what was happening in the hearing room it was what they were hearing back in their states in reaction to what was happening in the hearing room right clan jonathan ultra thank you for joining us tonight tonight's last word is next.

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"twelve twelve years" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"twelve twelve years" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Get trouble will georgia yeah they didn't call me ernie in the eye what's up you know what i want to make the comment i feel like te'o taken a bad approach this just in the sense i keep saying like no matter what this is your alumni like this is these guys are the guys that waited the same amount if not longer to get in through this flawed process and all he's proven is he is with everyone has said he is which is a lone wolf always been non teammate kind of guy in a teammates sport why would you do that in your glory finally you get in after doing all that crying doing everything else you get in and you're gonna you know vanden those guys that have been waiting for you to get there but the sports writers don't mean anything but the guys that are there all those hall of famers that have been waiting for you to get there and if you had your back you're gonna turn your back to those guys and disrespect those guys i think that's a bad look so who's in charge of any into the hall of fame it's sports writers for sure so how does right does not mean anything if they're in charge you get in talking to push because in the end those guys you you can't control those guys and everyone knows that which is why the process takes his long the does for however whoever it does but but when you finally do get in like a dick twelve twelve years later or whatever it was you're you're not graduating into the sports writing hall of fame you're graduating into the nfl hall of fame like you're those are your guys those are the guys you see when you go to all these nfl functions or any of that legend stuff that you want to be tied to and now your untying yourself from those guys.

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"twelve twelve years" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"twelve twelve years" Discussed on WLOB

"Growth job growth one of the things that happened in maine even if we had job growth we weren't seeing wage growth we are seeing that now and just a lot of great things but are there still problems we survey just came out and we are third highest tax burden in the country were fourthhighest property tax burden in the country i go back to this the legislature has been funneling money to education and as you know joe you've been on select board for how many years and raymond twelve twelve years what drives your property taxes education spending and so the state government is funneling money to the towns are redistributing the money that goes to gusta to public education and yet you're still seeing the property tax burden in this state drive go up dramatically while when you look at makeup of school committees and towns what you're seeing is the parents of children are the ones who are getting involved we don't have people who want to actually look at the fiscal discipline needed to control school budgets because the superintendents and the finance people can manipulate young parents to their way of thinking because look people work for a living and it's hard to serve on a committee and go to meetings at night and three times a month of four times a month that becomes difficult so a lot of people don't want to get involved but the fact of the matter is the school spending on all the local areas is out of control and needs to be brought back back in we continue to think that if you throw a lot of money education you're gonna make education better for our kids it's not how it works you need to find good teachers and you need to retain good teachers and you have to have parents involved in education to me that's the biggest thing if if your parent is not involved in your education as a child you will not do as well as others and i think that's almost proven fact.

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"twelve twelve years" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"twelve twelve years" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"The thing thing i've dreamt child and he ends up falling asleep in the cave and he wakes up to find the mother has brought back food for the cubs and she is ripping off pieces of the of the meat and giving it to one of the one of the puck on the cubs a cub repub probably a calling upon and he said he tried to take it away from one of the cubs because he was really hungry from the puck because he's really hungers trying to steal mood and apparently she the mother wasn't real happy about that and she was like pauling his hand away and telling him no and he was worried about being bit and so he left it alone and so i'm just gonna be hungry and apparently the the wolf mother tore off a piece of meat and actually gave it to him dropped it in front of him and he said he was nervous to take it because he thought that the mother was going to bite him she kept nudging it with their nose over to him and she said and he said after that he was part of the pack and he spent the next twelve twelve years living with these wolves and he said the wolves even taught him like what berries are safe to eat and basically told him how to live and he he was he was a wolf boy he was moberly real one and at the age of nineteen they found him and they brought him back to the real world and is now seventy two years old and he's lived they say he's living in a cold house and senate is happiest memories are of his childhood with the animals apparently he said he hasn't been treated very well he never really acclimatize or a customized himself to you know human living and he really is just a depressed saddle man.

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"twelve twelve years" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"twelve twelve years" Discussed on WTRH

"Attitude will typically be you're going to have a right to speak to me like that uh and and this is this is a classic attitude when there's a problem now the reason them in a share with you something is because um i uh i did i did not live my with my father for it's too well twelve agency not yet a twelve twelve years and then all of a sudden non areas and uh he had several other families going on same time but uh but iryani's weird it was it was awful it bird2 now all of a sudden we're in his home and adds this isn't too thirdly apples to apples but when i'm one you to here is i'm not a christian at the time uh i have bitterness toward him uh number one because of how these treating my mom but um i mean i really hated him i i know i did if looks could kill i tried to steer daggers from my eyes into him with that because of that nobody is trying nobody will stand up to him and i and i knew i couldn't physics uh i'm could couldn't verbally because he would taken out on mom and i couldn't handle that emotionally so so much when i'm telling you is there was a time when now i did become christian um and uh later i heard someone in that began to change but not in this one area of lack of forgiveness of bitterness i resented him i hated him uh if i hurt me on her her meaning my mother but still you know i i just i just there was a pompous error and all now i heard a statement and that was that children own me say differently the greatest the greatest pain for parents is an ungrateful child not here i am about twenty something all these positive changes that i've made but not this one in this area with my dead i i was obedient but uh not in my heart um i i wanted him dead actually and so i know it's an eye and had planned but you know that coach yeah no it but but.

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"twelve twelve years" Discussed on The Starters

The Starters

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"twelve twelve years" Discussed on The Starters

"So as i mentioned we all came to the table with some hot takes and skeets you came up with this idea and i believe it was inspired by another podcast definitely inspired by rob suster nino who talked about before on the show does a fantastic survivor podcast has called rob has a podcast and earlier in the summer right when we were getting into the summer he and a couple of people did a survivor hot takes podcasts and the idea was they had a lot of their listeners and themselves that were on the panel i guess with rob they fired out survivor hot takes and this could like things like the first five seasons of survivor were horrible they actually sucked and even to the extreme of like survivor producers want someone to die ooh survivor because that would actually be huge ratings huge for publicity so so anyway you present your optic yeah it's super hot you present your hot take which is in theory contrary to maybe popular belief that is sort of a tough part but that's what you're looking for and then you back it up and then they would sort of rate the take so it's something it's a great listen encourage you go find against survivor hot takeoff i believe they call it it's with rob and two other people whose names i forget right now but ropes on the show has anyone come close to dying on survivor well it's funny you ask that there are other countries versions of survivor and it has happened multiple times deaths straight up one i believe stopped production i once maybe france but i don't know the for sure another country i'm pretty sure they kept going they may end up in survivor may have been another reality show but yeah it's pretty it's pretty well so wait everyone's takes are about survivor three take never seen it actually that's untrue i watched season to all right well who's got a tasty pipe hot up the oven hot take are we going to judge these then you say it will ask you some questions about it perhaps yeah and then we can read it on a scale of one to five five being hot how ghost pepper and one being you a quick second you fairly cindy yeah you turned the water tap on and then you went to get something in the kitchen you came back ooh that's a one so you got to one five okay so who wants to start us off and then bring bring the fire bring the fire bring the heat i got fire okay okay i want to get this ad there anyway that would've would have been seating sitting justin timberlake best solo album was justified and he's solely korea has been a little disappointing since then okay how dare you know what justified it was great it was great jams i think people still remember these four refresh my memory like love you obviously that was his first i believe hit rock your body senorita in crimea river those i don't remember the first one leeann yeah oh that's four huge hits four and this was the one that really like separated him as a solo up in my opinion since then he's had lots of hits a lot of them of being collaborations with other people not necessarily he's aren't they took some time off as well he became a dad and all that sort of stuff but i also asked him about it a chance solo albums have we had since just fine three cents just so yeah future sex love sounds twenty twenty project yeah whatever it's called part one and twenty two and i just don't think he's had like the the light of selling he's got have at the moment is from the movie trolls sunshine he got so so nice oh nine long he didn't overdo it you know he only came up with what is it for hours over over twelve twelve years or more than twelve now probably because it afforded a fifteen because he i think capacity yeah but he hit you with that right off the top and you.

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