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"two bears" Discussed on First Take
"Think it's just boston fans period. We'll ask you. Why are you looking at me. Fans have even hated on you. You would have said the celtics fans back in the day. that'd be one patriot. Fan patriots fan. That's a recent up in connecticut. I'm just saying patriots is still okay. Recent excuse me. It's been twenty years. I get it but younger than you but you know what i mean. So it took them a long time to make the patriots relevant compared to the celtics or the red sox. The red sauce other longtime boston area. When you think about hot you think about the bruins hockey fans are crazy. Thing is hockey fact. Small right probably don't know about what's boston bruins. Fan boston number one teen predators nashville number two. I got a bursar on jersey sports fan. I mean you know. Watch it all man and hockey's way better in person than it is on tv. There's no doubt about it doubt about it. You wanna talk about baseball. Because i can't adult junior. You only ask wants to every every meeting. Max is like oh. Have you seen what the yankees are doing. You know back in the day. We used to talk about baseball. Max's yanked back in the day every day. That's what i hear every day ninth-inning scare from harry's braves and maximum. Ask you this. What's your reaction to the yankees. Winning eleven straight. They were left for dead right and then cashman made a couple of deals to bring in some athletic handed power and some defense to go with the left handed power. It's worked and that pitching staff finally started getting straightened out. They have a guy lewis killick. Those one hundred miles an hour. I player ever i three starts. Zero runs eighteen strikeouts. They send them back down to the minors. They have too much starting pitching right now. The yankees could mess around and win the world series this year. That's what. I was worried about the yankees when i when i when i put them. Up against the dodgers the giants. The milwaukee brewers the astros. I was worried about the pitch and not gary. I was worried about what what about after him. I on guys. How chapman because chapman almost gave the game away last night to the brave. But you look at the yankees. You look at their lineup. They have guys that can do it on a consistent basin basis hitting molly when you have guys can hit the game of baseball but let me tell you one thing. Would it be crazy. Max if we get the yankees versus the dodgers in a world series. But did you come around and you get. The brooklyn nets the lakers in a finals. Ones that you won't have to worry about the nfl. It won't be rams giant can be worried about your bruins and predators guys. We got some breaking news into. I take now adam schefter just reporting this that apparently the jacksonville. Jaguars have made their decision. Some of these quarterback battles coming to an end and it is official that number one overall pick. Trevor lawrence will start week one vs houston max. This is a little bit bizarre to me. I think for some of the same reasons that i'm arguing. Justin fields should sit. Maybe you can also sit trevor lawrence. It's not like that line is great coach. Who's been great and garment hasn't done any better than trevor lawrence. I don't know that he's been worse. Either from what i've seen actually if i were the jags and i started out thinking. Give the ball to trevor lawrence. It's going to be his team. Based on what i've seen in the preseason. Maybe i would use their. Who is going to be the backup veteran guy who can play a little bit as a tackling dummy the same way. I'd use andy dalton instead of putting a trevor lawrence in harm's way trevor. Learns also does not look to me like he's processing the information very quickly yet so i might wait on trevor lawrence. This may be a mistake. I agree with that. Mix the simple fact that trevor lawrence. Trevor turbine laurence's processing the information. very well. Because you look at everything he's doing when he's trying to look everything is moving too fast for him. Yeah right moving too fast. So he's not getting the ball to places that he needs to get it to at the right time but as far as sitting him. You can't see them. He's a number one overall. Pick in jacksonville. Jacksonville city was waiting on this. The owner com. Wait on this. Urban meyer was waiting on these leading the fans decide. I'll tell you even leading the fans in the locker room decide. You're going to get justin field to trevor lawrence. Hurt i will. I will be praying every sunday morning. For trevor lawrence because what i've seen in pre season it's not the all these rookies. I said this might be the rookie. Rookie quarterback class ever right. There's only one rookie that if it were up to me i would start out of all these guys at this point. And that zach. Wilson zach wilson. They got him pretend left size. I'm producers and mayor. You said all these rookies that only one. You want to see start week. One izzak wilson. That's right. I think i think the jets did a very good job. Very tucker was a really good draft. Pick that got back and they have the left side locked up at an elite level and young expectations. Zach wilson has shown. He can use his legs his arm. There's nothing better back there and he looks ready to me. There's everyone else. I think i would wait on mack. Jones i'd wait. Trevor lawrence justin fields trae lance. I'm waiting on all those guys. I wanna see trae lands play. I wanna see justin feels play. I wanna see zach. wilson played. Anyway i wanna see trevor lawrence play. I want to see them all. Play all here five five. Oh yeah okay fair enough. Prime time my guy dan sanders. We'll be live on. I take tomorrow looking forward to talk to him We'll certainly be talking about cowboys. And also his new documentary. See i know..
"two bears" Discussed on First Take
"Your football team. What what i'll say is justin feels the best man for the job at this moment to me. That's not the only consideration. That's what i know. It's delicate in the nfl. Because guys are here today gone tomorrow. The locker rooms not trying to hear we discussed earlier. Harry well this is for us down the road hold up. I'm playing now. this is my life. We're now you're telling me to sacrifice everything this team now. You don't want to put out the best. I get that. That's i'm not pretending not and you look at the bears last year. This could outrun the linebackers putting throw the ball down the field folds if you give them a pocket can throw the ball down wrong guy for that old line can't get out of the way right so it's a disaster. Just fields runs better than trubisky throws better than foles. He's he's like he's the best of all worlds. But that's what i'm saying. Because he and this is why before the draft. I was advocating for the bears. Detroit up and grab justin fields because he has a chance to be a great quarterback something. They've never had. I would not risk it behind that o. Line early in his rookie year. Max max you're not going to get fired though. That's the thing i try. It's amazing that they're doing this. But that's why but that's not reality in the nfl. Everyone continues to talk about this situation in without the context of the situation. Mack jones doesn't have to get rushed on the field so to speak because they're not in jeopardy of losing their job trae. Lance doesn't have to get rushed on the field so to speak because they're not necessarily let me ask you. Are you arguing so it sounds to me like you're arguing. It's a foolish self less decision by nagy right. You're you're arguing. It's foolish because he's being self less should be selfish and put his own self interest over the long term interest of the chicago bears. Yeah max i have stated that this terrible situation i have said that this is the way of coined. It is that nagy has to play justin fields to save his job in the chicago. Bears organization can't play justin fields. Because i don't think they're offensive. Line is good enough to keep them safe early on. And i just being tabatha linshan. Shouldn't we shouldn't. We encourage that kind of behavior from the model. Yeah who who's making the decision is a reality. Max max it's not reality molly the answer your question. Yeah there's that's my only. That's my only explanation. Because there's no way and i haven't seen practice every day but i talked to people. I know people within that organization. There's no way that he can sit there and go. That's our best chance to win games this year not just week one week. Seven week eight. We feel the same way. He can play week seven week. Eight offensive lines by the way as bad as they are giants fan. And i look at the bears all know that but the point is over time. Yup let me touch on that molly. Us this question the other day and said you saying it was a good question when you said well. Why all these young quarterbacks. Why are they able to come in and play quicker. Nowadays in comparison to twenty years ago. And this is mack. You're sitting his ability to sit there and learn these kids come into the nfl with ten years of seven on seven passing camps with private training. These guys are so much more and truly and mentally advanced for the foot. The game of football nowadays than when guys came in in two thousand dollars of guys came in fifteen years ago. It was like what is an under over front. Or what do you mean it's cover one versus cover three nowadays. It's these guys are getting taught from the age of ten or twelve with with these private camps these quarterback camps in his in his training of all these different how coverages are tied to fronts and again the game is so different with. Rpo's and quarterback run. You don't need to sit young quarterbacks anymore and develop them or so they can learn like you had to fifteen or twenty zest for them. Fifteen twenty years explaining why should happen anymore. That's not even the snotty be same situation. We stop yes thank you. Can we stop comparing every quarterback. Tom brady and patrick mahomes. Can we stop that. They are then used his talents and outline think that he had alex smith of ahead of you talk about. He was probably better. Patrick mahomes right now would not be the best football. If he didn't sit for that year. No but i will say this he. I imagined he was better than alex. Smith i p probably gave them a better chance to win in his rookie year than alex smith but as a result of sitting that year he was probably better in his second year than he. Otherwise would have beds therapy. Because he said that's what it's not in the sense and that is needed. You know maybe fire loss and not for justin field. You're right maybe for trae lance more than just fields right just feels looks closer to being a finished product to me at least but if just in fields had an offensive line that was mid pack. I would be with you when he got leveled in. Preseason it reminded me. Oh my god that's right. You can get killed out there behind those guys. Well that's one of the things. I want to talk the dan about dan. When you look at this chicago bears team last year. Offensively right they struggle off on the offensive line protections making the right calls against the blitz. So i would think going into this year. The offense the staff with emphasized those things. So you don't have those mistakes so i'm trying to think. Should i put more on the office staff or should. I put this on the players because if everyone's not on the same page and you don't emphasize that then what what what what did you don't think it's a good question. Put it on the offensive staff. They get paid. that's their job specifically the offensive. You know whatever group handles the protection communication offensive line and quarterbacks coach. It's their job to make sure that people understand what the plan is. And then can you co go execute that plan that play that you guys continue to talk about. That's a fair play. I've also got evidence. Go on my twitter. Page of justin fields on the road at penn state. Going to lunch scrimmage changing the protection seeing the blitz throwing hot for a touchdown so it's not the inability to do it. It's just giving the being given the tools to go. Do it jobs or to go. What can you. What gam do listen. Protections are difficult. I'm not gonna argue that. They're not but we make them more complicated than they need to be. It's either i broke down on. Nfl live when you watch that guy. Go motion during that play. The player gets his helmet. Knocked off you watch the gago emotion. It's like listening to a newborn baby. Cry not a single sound is made not a single sound ev. You watch them and you listen. You're there's no communication that's coaching. Because i would sit in that meeting room the day after that happened and i go i would go. What the fudge are we doing. Fellas what are we doing because it's of the offensive line controls it and then it's on you or quarterback you control in it's on you but for both units. Be quiet that tells me coaching one thing. We all agree on. I think is justin. Fields is the best quarterback on the team. What's going on everybody. I'm only care. And this is the first take podcast. Football is almost here. 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"two bears" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Dot com. You guys are tensing me up. Why? I don't know. I don't know why you just tend to me up. Everybody's throwing all kinds of information and stuff at me all the time. Maybe, like, help out and blues appearing. It. Uh you know what? Harold? Daily Herald. What I appreciate which promise appreciate your updates free household hazardous waste event will be taking place necessarily from edible moon at the Roosevelt landfill here and, uh, here in Pennsylvania, But if you sign up now, why Why you kids under 12 will get free hat, dogs and tickets to the Bears Daily Herald Daily Herald. I appreciate your daily updates. Yeah, but What does that have to do with my audience here? That's why it's important. You're trying to count me down a little bit. Okay? Said buyer. Yeah, maybe if someone maybe if I ate a carrot in the mic, would that help? You know? Well, how about watching you? Yeah. I think it helps me to watch you steal my act my radio on you. So I thought maybe if you wanted to experience them know you're trying to take over the audience loves my carrot eating. And that awesome always gonna need to care. But let me tell you this. Nobody nothing tax watching bears He garbage. Excuse me. Nothing taps. Go and watch bears eat garbage. He says. Spectator sport we charge seasonality. Words will dump you step by anyways. You know, there's a couple of hazardous materials. Get rid of it. I heard that story today that they get rid of that character. I heard a story today that, uh, there are two bears in metro Atlanta. Keep showing up there in midtown. Yeah, And you're supposed to. Just I heard the lady this morning on WSB. That's the radio station. I listen. 95.5 WSB That's Atlantis. That's on the FM dial 7 50 on your A m dial amplitude modulation. You know what I'm talking about You so you know he's uh and the dude, the lady said that you know the bears. They're just trying to figure out how to get out of the city. Join the rest of us. Just.
Cincinnati women's senior IImar'I Thomas scores record 51 points in 76-61 win at ECU
"From the UC women's basketball team. Set a school record earlier today. Scoring 51 points in a victory at East Carolina 51 points. The women's college basketball record is 60. So she only missed that by nine points. She's the first woman in Cincinnati history to score 50 or more in a game. She's one of two bear cats to do it. Oscar Robertson, the other Oscar did it often He had six games with 50 or more points, but just incredible performance. Congratulations to Omari Thomas 51 points without a three point shot. She is an interior player. She was 20 for 27 from the floor 11 for 13 from Alliance. He had 12 rebounds. 10 on the offensive end to score 51 points tonight. She's up to 23.4 her senior year, and that is ninth best in the country. So that leads to this
"two bears" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"By Mason Madsen. Passes for the Julius who dribbles past the time line gives it back to Madison 43 air ball that sails out of bounds so bad the ref caught it. Yeah, well, he's the rhythm guy. You know messages when he catches the ball he's not going to create for himself is gonna have to be able to catch the ball and shoot. Cincinnati is four for 18 3 for 11 on threes. One for seven on twos. Bear cats are trailing 14 to 11 8 41 left in the half. Battle into the front court passes to bury pump fakes Now he'll fire a wide open three. It comes up short, long rebound Chase down about 20 Ft. From the rim by the Julius troubles into the front court. No look feed to Keith Williams. Three point shot. Yes, sir. That's what he does. Got it shot. It didn't hesitate. First points for Keith tonight off the assist by David to Julius 14 14 is the score. Temple has it in the front court battle, defended on the perimeter by to Julius whips the pass to the low block so much velocity on it that it might have taken a finger off of divine Dre Perry. He lost it out of bounds in Cincinnati will get the ball in the runner advanced to second on that. I mean that was like an outside corner pitch. Just got away from the back. Catcher 14 14. The score is Julius Crosses center Court on the right hand dribble passes for boat. One dribble backward hand up for Williams. He penetrates dribbles behind the back, tried to feed it into the lane to vote and threw it out of bounds. Instead, this is not the time for creativity is his third turnover. Now as we go to the break, he's just gonna be more solid with the ball, whether him take a shot and missed. And turn the ball over. We have hit the under eight minute media time out. It comes with 7.
"two bears" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"We're talking two bears. What will we be saying on Monday about the game plan the approach they may not win. But will will Nagy support his offensive lining? Quarterback better get a final score? Yeah, I've got a very similar to last week about 24 20. That's a lot of scoring. Yeah, I mean, 19 to 16 Titan. Really? I mean the Titans defense and then the bears off the bare bears defense. Has allowed the run, not, you know, like they're not well ranked against the run. It's and that's what they do. If they have an Achilles heel, it is it is there run defense. I believe, as I'm looking Now I believe team's average 4.3 yards per carry and 120 yards per game on the ground. So you're right. And that's exactly what the that's exactly what the Titans are going to do. They're going to try to pound the football edge with their Henry Gregory on the South Side, and Sylvia What's up, Gregory? What? I'm sure were so strong, baby. Thank you, Gregory. Appreciate it. Hey, we talked about I'm like, Wattles said. You know, we've won the football and any stop And they will. You know, if you keep running the football back late in the game, the defense gets tying. You comply run by the scent of the play Action pass. Now, he said, you know, last year what? I'm not an idiot. He's going to run the football, but So is he not running the football because they want? I don't know. If you guys tell me let me know. I don't think he wants to run the ball. Gregory, I think we've seen that right guys. Am I wrong? I mean, I thought that That's the only conclusion that I could come to is is it's really not something that he wants to do. And I think there was signs of this if you go back to His time in Kansas City. I mean, isn't that where they were they once it once it goes bad, he moves away from it quickly. He doesn't have faith in the run, and he never goes back to it. Then they've averaged 22 a half carries per game They've running 180 times this year. They've thrown in 319 times, is it that he doesn't have faith in it? Or he just doesn't know how to scheme up a run game to them balance out him trying to make up for the fact that they're not running the football. Don't be discouraged fast, and for whatever reason in his quarterback could get crushed, And he doesn't get discouraged about that. But once he sees David Montgomery hit the hole and not have any room to run, he schemes against it and moves on quickly, like I wonder if it's not an emotional thought, and it's more of like he just doesn't know. How to A run game going successfully. You know, it's funny to black because that's where these videos that we do, you know, to preview the show. Every now like I've got the anniversary's coming up and and Facebook because I would post them on Facebook. It's as a year ago. This is the video and it's the exact same thing. Waddle and ice if you would let's see the stuff from 2019. Compared to today. It's the exact same stuff we were saying about naggy running the game and being an embarrassment on offense. By the way, I think I did my math correctly. There. Five and three. And in eight games, they they've thrown it 64% of the time. They're throwing it. 64% of the time. Mitch was your quarterback and then Nick Foles. Like you, your 14 touchdowns and 10 interceptions. Your quarterbacks collectively have an 82 quarterback rating..
"two bears" Discussed on Superman's Not Coming with Erin Brockovich
"I think they're going to grab. That torch if you will of. Labors love and being united stick to it, and they're gonNA charge through and CR Dreams. Come to fruition for them as well. The, that's what I hope for it. That's why we do what we do. Well, I am again. So thankful for all your time and education and I learned some things today to and. We appreciate you very much. Yeah and I think the last thing that I want to go over. To the probably allow people are probably interested in this. It is the hot topic now. So what where are we at with his current legal process with this Lynch shutting down in on Bird but Kelsey Warren The CEO of energy transfers particularly said I. Think it was yesterday day before that he doesn't care what ruling they make. He GonNa, leave that oil and keep it flowing. So I hope I hope. Thing about that and don't allow him to continue just because as a lot of money to allow him to continue to do what he wants not to follow the law. So that was one thing. That was like you brought that up. And I hang up I'M GONNA I'M GONNA go look I'm going to go research that, and then you and I are I'm sure going to have another conversation Thank you for bringing that to our attention. Yeah, and then the last piece of it now is that they're forcing the corps of Engineers in energy transfer partners to do a full environment in environmental NPR state in which could take years it could take years. So Hall that fits in with our tribe now is now that we have a voice we have we have a say in how this environmental environmental impact statement is GonNa Affect Us. So there's a positive there, but also a negative for our people in a way where it's gonNa cost their tribal out of money. On you know to be able to come up with these plans and get the experts lined up into, be able to put it in black and white and get the legal process going just to Kinda give you a little bit of. A. Like a wild factor was when I was in council, we had three lawyers, right? And Angel. Had Two hundred lawyers on this case? Fallacy crazy. Old versus somebody I don't have money in the political system or even to the court system. So you know our tribe now is going to be able to be able to participate in this environmental environmental impact statement in our hope is that we do such a good job that it's going to take five six years to be able to do it. We can put so much information into it that you know the pipeline will go bankrupt in the won't be able to put any more oil through it so. We know and as we learn more about this and listen when there are rulings, all of us You know. WHO WILL BE Mr Kelsey Warren is above. The law and and one thing when you talk about. Here. You are with your three counts versus there two hundred you have the power of people in the power of knowledge. Standing with you. I think as we all wake up to do this us. and..
"two bears" Discussed on Superman's Not Coming with Erin Brockovich
"Well that's what you said in the beginning just really struck with me and I have it written in front of me right now be about it and how we as individuals take ownership of these things again that. That I don't know if I don't know that we just gave away but it's been a process of decades where things have been eroded and suppressed and not talked about and not taught about in even social media has really opened our eyes to so many things that we didn't know what was going on and so you're right about be about it and and something you said Struck me that I've made a comparison with the planet it I think that. Like an ATM machine you know if you go to the bank and you just keep withdrawing and withdrawing and withdrawing and withdrawing and never giving back meaning a deposit of been surely. There's nothing that will come out of the ATM. 'CAUSE you've taken it all and I feel often that we were so on the cusp of having just taken and taking and taking and taking and taken from the planet. That were in moment where we much. Give back. Absolutely. Pouring teaching native Americans can provide to the Western world and colonized world is. You know a lot of people are now starting to understand that and they are asking questions. You know a lot of our history is being exposed we're starting to understand how this country was founded. It was founded on violence and in not not to say that you know we're against in. China against our country I distinct that we have to all except what has been And then move forward in productive productive way on know who has the resources teach what can we do to protect our environment and not only that you know for future generations because my my goal ever since I was born, my grandma always told me this is that what you do to the Earth, the plant waters, the animals says a lot about who you are.
"two bears" Discussed on Superman's Not Coming with Erin Brockovich
"On. The war while we go through the sacred at some ceremonies, leading up to these big big issues that we face and we did the same type pro 'cause one, hundred, fifty years ago uptown. Now, when we're facing this issue, we did the same type of ceremonies in within the ceremonies. What they told us was that we need to move forward with peace in prayer and will win and we never quite understood fully what that really meant. We just knew that we had to be very peaceful and prayerful. And we call the world stand with us to need to be peaceful and purple see that time. And that was the most powerful thing that I saw airing. Sue this whole process that we have three hundred and fifty different indigenous tribes. In this country, you know numerous of other indigenous tribes in people around the world have joined us through this effort in the most amazing thing in powerful thing about the standing rock movement was that it remained peaceful in prayer for the whole time and the opposite side, the court access pipeline and their private security and the state in a lot of county sheriff's and people that got. Involved there were the ones being very violent to us. Our people stood their legs stone and in prayer wanting this water this crossing were trying to protect for our future generations and redoing piece away, and till this day we've never hurt one individual and their side, and if I can recall any movement in history, I've never ever seen anything like that. So that was the very most powerful thing that was proud of to see that actually everybody comes together no matter what race you are, what color you are where your Religion, what background what political view you have if you come to get together for the most common purpose, which is clean drinking water I think that. Powerful message that we see that once you stand together, we can accomplish amusing musings. Absolutely and that unity in is incredible. One thing that struck me the US during that time was a photo breath. With the horse and I don't know if you know the person. From your try it was on that course but. It was majestic but what he's faced was All the tanks I, I'll never forget that but there was for me coming through that photo such confidence on principle and being united in protecting that water I'll I'll never forget that. Absolutely and I think a lot of that you know Aaron just comes from..
"two bears" Discussed on Superman's Not Coming with Erin Brockovich
"Meaning you can have as a monument or a sacred site anymore. So you probably remember on Labor Day weekend at that time when they. Called access pipeline private security unleashed dogs on our people at that time. That was when they came with bulldozers and they start attacking sacred sites bouldering down. On, we kind of had a standout. Then that was kind of Riley process that Keenan don real quick. So the next process that we had to do was, of course the crossing. Of the Missouri River we knew that there had to be permitting processes involved in that, and which is really really good educational piece because even into law today. We were still never ever mentioned in the original EA, which is the environmental assessment we were never mentioned as the tribe has people like we never existed This pipeline was go within the state. Bismarck North Dakota which is a state of the capital city of Non North Dakota is supposed to go through their while they didn't want it. So they put it a half mile north of my community Ray just right above the reservation boundaries there, which is original tree territory land what since the government illegally took a lot of the land from us in a half mile off or. But at the same time what they did was they went through this process called. Nationwide permit twelve, which you might be familiar with. And do a major infrastructural project like this. You know it's the least Kerr meeting process you could do crossing federal waters managed by. Which is saints? He'd been like transmission lines. That's what major infrastructural pipelines crossings follow. The same line has transmission lines goal both the water..
"two bears" Discussed on Superman's Not Coming with Erin Brockovich
"So you know that's one reason why in my heart my heart I felt, I, need to do the work today in for me to be able to do the work today is to start my own non profit be able to do these things now and let me tie it up in North Dakota. You know if you haven't already non where the second biggest oil producing state in the country and knowing. That, we were one of the leading coal states in the country as well. So just some of the types of rules and regulations that they have placed. North. Dakota definitely made it that much more difficult to get something like this done in this state on. So it took a lot of a process, but not only that you know we kinda blazed the trail now for a lot of people in our area to say, Hey, we wanna look at renewable energy. Hey, it is possible to bring renewable energy in this day especially solar in. Slower, very, very proud of our accomplishments that we have created here being in a place where it's pro oil focal. That's amazing and what a trail blazer you are, and again I I. Love this conversation because it it is about you know being out on the ground I think that you see and observe and learn more by being in your community working with the people on teaching them what you. Choose learned because that empowers them. To to also do the same ads. I know we have our politics and again another conversation we can have forever but I really found for me personally because everyone always asks me to get involved I. I like being outside with the people on the ground and finding out what's what's happening to them because oftentimes these communities and then what's best for them And how we can get them to rise up speak up. Such as you have done. Absolutely absolutely. So I definitely want to make sure we get to the Supreme Court decision, but just by way of background to explain your land and how the pipeline were actually came to be. And why that created. Such controversy. Yeah I. Think you know a lot of people. One thing I've learned in what people go to understand. You got an know where you've been before you know where you're going in the future and that's basically. This court case that we're dealing with right that we've been fighting for for now I think approaching five years or so. So. Basically, it all goes back to our original treaty lands on if people were doing the research on our eighteen, eighty six off Fort Laramie treaty, they would see understand that there was actually five states involved in that treaty that gave us sixty million acres of land back then in. Eighteen eighty six on short short while later, Eighteen, seventy seven, which was not too long ago eleven years ago Tom. Eleven, years after that you the President Ulysses grant back then was the president of president that's on the fifty. Dollar Bill. He did this act which was the Indian appropriations. act..
"two bears" Discussed on Superman's Not Coming with Erin Brockovich
"President Barack Obama to come standing rock in my community to in cannonball, which were encampments the protests all went down at the northern border of our reservation boundaries. That's the community that I represented for years for my tribe and now what a coincidence off fast forward two years later. Brock Obama had to make a tough decision to try to protect. Our water in our rights and Bustan for indigenous issues while he came previously two years ago to our lands and promised us that he would do what he can to help our people. So what a coincidence that now four years that we definitely hadn't standing rock during that time Since then I've been out of politics outside of twenty seventeen I told myself you know. Like to protest about it, talk about it the environment but you know it's time to start to be about it, and so that's why I started my own initiative on my own nonprofit called indigenised energy, which currently now we have the largest solar farm on standing rock three miles away from the pipeline crossing in north. Dakota which is the largest solar farm in North Dakota to date. So we'd we did remarkable things two years after the pipeline and now the protests. So we're doing what we can try to live by that and. Keep pushing to go hundred percent renewable within reservation boundaries as well. That's amazing in that we have so many things that I wanna ask you. We could probably talk all day. There was a feature certainly in parade magazine about the work that you're doing with the largest solar energy firm in North Dakota and the cannonball community. And that has to feel really good and I love what you said about be about it. I my show Superman is not coming comes from my book. That's getting ready to be really spot superman not coming but about we the people and how we do have to be informed and how we have to be about it I love. What you said and what is your? Hey going from you know the political end to where you are about be about it, which I know you always have been. Do, you think you could get more done in politics I. Think you can get more done outside of that arena. And like I said, I was very fortunate to be in the political system votes four years of being an tribes tribal council, and let me tell you I've learned a lot and I'm blessed to be able to learn represent my people in that time. Since then I realized the bureaucracy of how things in the systematic ways that you know our founding fathers. This country was created on. It always seems like there's a lot of steps that needs to take into kind of get things rolling per se while you know sometimes, this one simple motion could take several months just for it even reached the floor even be discussed or talked about and having so many different types of us in. The political process. So one thing I've learned outside of politics is I've learned that you know moving forward. The direction I wanted to move is I wanted to move into attacking a lot of philanthropy people out there in the world people that really have a good heart that Wanna give a great causes and create a lot of awareness around the issues that we face around us today whether it's renewable energy while it's equal rights, women's rights. Missing and murdered indigenous women I mean there's a lot of issues that we can stand behind out there. Definitely. But I wanted to start my own nonprofit and wanting have learned through nonprofits in the work that we can do there is we're able to do things on the ground today where vice versa not having any political process of. Going to this committee that community bringing it to the floor and having you know the president of the chairman sign off on it..
"two bears" Discussed on Superman's Not Coming with Erin Brockovich
"So I'm really looking forward to today's guest cody to bears. . For as long as anyone can remember, , America has been trying to come to terms with questions of race and equality. . Much of our focus has been on the African American community and for good reason. . However far too often overlooked and forgotten are the people whose ancestors inhabited this majestic land for generations before the first white man set foot on the continent. . Today I am talking with my friend, , cody to bears and the Standing Rock Sioux. . Cody has been at the center of his people's battle against the Dakota pipeline which served their sacred land. . So here today, , and then there's my pleasure to have cody to bear and to talk his people and share his story. . To Cody. . Welcome. . Thank you so much for being here. . Thank you Erin it's it's a pleasure to be a part of your show. . Very excited about this discussion and also thinking me also like to thank you for a lot of the work that you have done in year history in your past of <hes> protecting water rates in this country in the world it just to bring up a the voice of the voiceless for them to stand up for what's right is very, , very important than it falls right in line with their native American heritage and traditions and customs that we still follow today. . Well it's it's been my privilege and to have an understanding of. . which so much of a cause possibly forgotten about or moved away from or for many reasons thought it was being in fact, , protected our land, , our water and it hasn't. . And so can you give the listeners background please and tell us about your people and and everything that has been happening with you up at standing rock. . Yeah. . So just to let you know I'm still very young man I'm still thirty five years old of course but. . Yeah I've I've learned a lot along the way at the same time I got the privilege and honor to be able to. . Serve my people from. . Twenty down twenty thirteen to twenty seven in the Standing Rock Sioux Tribal Council <hes>. . So as one of the youngest elected leaders are standing rock, , Sioux travel history at that time. . So I got to serve four years from community in the crazy part of that whole situation is that. . In two, , thousand, , thirteen, , my first year in office <hes> we got. . President Barack Obama to come standing rock in my community to in cannonball, , which were encampments the protests all went down at the northern border of our reservation boundaries. . That's the community that I represented for years for my tribe and now what a coincidence off fast forward two years later. . Brock Obama had to make a tough decision to try to protect. . Our water in our rights and Bustan for indigenous issues while he came previously two years ago to our lands and promised us that he would do what he can to help our people. . So what a coincidence that now four years that we definitely hadn't standing rock during that time Since then I've been out of politics outside of twenty seventeen <hes> I told myself you know. . Like to protest about it, talk , about it the environment but you know it's time to start to be about it, , and so that's why I started my own initiative on my own nonprofit called indigenised energy, , which currently now we have the largest solar farm on standing rock three miles away from the pipeline crossing <hes> in north. . Dakota which is the largest solar farm in North Dakota to date. . So we'd <hes> we did remarkable things two years after the pipeline and now the protests. . So we're doing what we can try to live by that and. . Keep pushing to go hundred percent renewable within reservation boundaries
Standing Rock With Cody Two Bears
"So I'm really looking forward to today's guest cody to bears. For as long as anyone can remember, America has been trying to come to terms with questions of race and equality. Much of our focus has been on the African American community and for good reason. However far too often overlooked and forgotten are the people whose ancestors inhabited this majestic land for generations before the first white man set foot on the continent. Today I am talking with my friend, cody to bears and the Standing Rock Sioux. Cody has been at the center of his people's battle against the Dakota pipeline which served their sacred land. So here today, and then there's my pleasure to have cody to bear and to talk his people and share his story. To Cody. Welcome. Thank you so much for being here. Thank you Erin it's it's a pleasure to be a part of your show. Very excited about this discussion and also thinking me also like to thank you for a lot of the work that you have done in year history in your past of protecting water rates in this country in the world it just to bring up a the voice of the voiceless for them to stand up for what's right is very, very important than it falls right in line with their native American heritage and traditions and customs that we still follow today. Well it's it's been my privilege and to have an understanding of. which so much of a cause possibly forgotten about or moved away from or for many reasons thought it was being in fact, protected our land, our water and it hasn't. And so can you give the listeners background please and tell us about your people and and everything that has been happening with you up at standing rock. Yeah. So just to let you know I'm still very young man I'm still thirty five years old of course but. Yeah I've I've learned a lot along the way at the same time I got the privilege and honor to be able to. Serve my people from. Twenty down twenty thirteen to twenty seven in the Standing Rock Sioux Tribal Council So as one of the youngest elected leaders are standing rock, Sioux travel history at that time. So I got to serve four years from community in the crazy part of that whole situation is that. In two, thousand, thirteen, my first year in office we got. President Barack Obama to come standing rock in my community to in cannonball, which were encampments the protests all went down at the northern border of our reservation boundaries. That's the community that I represented for years for my tribe and now what a coincidence off fast forward two years later. Brock Obama had to make a tough decision to try to protect. Our water in our rights and Bustan for indigenous issues while he came previously two years ago to our lands and promised us that he would do what he can to help our people. So what a coincidence that now four years that we definitely hadn't standing rock during that time Since then I've been out of politics outside of twenty seventeen I told myself you know. Like to protest about it, talk about it the environment but you know it's time to start to be about it, and so that's why I started my own initiative on my own nonprofit called indigenised energy, which currently now we have the largest solar farm on standing rock three miles away from the pipeline crossing in north. Dakota which is the largest solar farm in North Dakota to date. So we'd we did remarkable things two years after the pipeline and now the protests. So we're doing what we can try to live by that and. Keep pushing to go hundred percent renewable within reservation boundaries
"two bears" Discussed on Superman's Not Coming with Erin Brockovich
"So I'm really looking forward to today's guest cody to bears. For as long as anyone can remember, America has been trying to come to terms with questions of race and equality. Much of our focus has been on the African American community and for good reason. However far too often overlooked and forgotten are the people whose ancestors inhabited this majestic land for generations before the first white man set foot on the continent. Today I am talking with my friend, cody to bears and the Standing Rock Sioux. Cody has been at the center of his people's battle against the Dakota pipeline which served their sacred land. So here today, and then there's my pleasure to have cody to bear and to talk his people and share his story. To Cody. Welcome. Thank you so much for being here. Thank you Erin it's it's a pleasure to be a part of your show. Very excited about this discussion and also thinking me also like to thank you for a lot of the work that you have done in year history in your past of protecting water rates in this country in the world it just to bring up a the voice of the voiceless for them to stand up for what's right is very, very important than it falls right in line with their native American heritage and traditions and customs that we still follow today. Well it's it's been my privilege and to have an understanding of. which so much of a cause possibly forgotten about or moved away from or for many reasons thought it was being in fact, protected our land, our water and it hasn't. And so can you give the listeners background please and tell us about your people and and everything that has been happening with you up at standing rock. Yeah. So just to let you know I'm still very young man I'm still thirty five years old of course but. Yeah I've I've learned a lot along the way at the same time I got the privilege and honor to be able to. Serve my people from. Twenty down twenty thirteen to twenty seven in the Standing Rock Sioux Tribal Council So as one of the youngest elected leaders are standing rock, Sioux travel history at that time. So I got to serve four years from community in the crazy part of that whole situation is that. In two, thousand, thirteen, my first year in office we got..
"two bears" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Again from ABC News headquarters. Here is correspondent Aaron Carter Ski We've heard from Tiffany Trump, the president's younger daughter, will soon hear from Eric Trump, the president's younger son, his second born son, the one who's running the Trump Organization, as he runs the country, and all of the Trump family members are here to help make the case that their father deserves. Second term first lady Melania Trump later on in the evening. ABC is Karen Travers is here. We'll get to her in a moment after we hear from Ryan Hole. It's police officer in Albuquerque, New Mexico that changed my life forever. I just started my shift and responded to a call for service at a gas station. When I arrived, I saw a man and a woman sitting on a grassy slope. I recognized the telltale signs. Needle a spoon. I knew immediately that they were preparing to inject themselves with heroin. Sadly, this is a common site for me. I encounter the ravages of addiction every day. But nothing could prepare me for what I discovered as I approached them. The woman was very pregnant. In my shock. I asked her if she knew that she was harming her baby. By doing drugs, she crumbled and burst into tears. Two worlds collided as I knelt down beside her. A police officer and a homeless drug addict. Brought together by forces outside of our control. As we talked, our humanity distinct from our stations in life was made abundantly clear. Her name was Crystal and in the midst of her suffering, she confided that she loved her unborn baby. She wanted the best for her child. In that moment, I saw her the way that all of you who know and love and addicts see them as fathers, Mothers,.
Rare black rhino born at Michigan zoo on Christmas
"It's a boy that's what an announcement from potter park zero in Lansing Michigan said on Tuesday this is a twelve year old black rhino topsy gave birth to a calf's on Christmas Eve not black rhinos are critically endangered and wildlife watchers see the calf's birth as an important success for conservationists I'm joined now by Amy Morris hall the executive director of the potter park zoological society and Pat fountain the zoo's animal care supervisor welcome to both of you thank you yeah thank you so much okay pad I want to start with you I understand that you made it to the zoo just in time to witness this birth can you just tell us what it was like it was very special this is once in a lifetime event not only for our zoo but for most people care for rentals get to see this maybe once in a lifetime we are very very excited I came into the barn just after the baby had hit the ground and mom was cleaning it up cell I got to witness it for about a minute after it was born or even as we said you know the black rhino it is critically endangered can you just tell us what that means to be critically endangered well there are less than five thousand black right now in the world there are only fifty in zoos that are accredited by the association of zoos and aquariums so it's pretty amazing that we were able to participate in the breeding program yeah and have a successful birth it's just unbelievable the way I understand it Pat breeding black rhinos in captivity is pretty heart rate like this isn't just some automatic thing obviously right the success rate for breeding backgrounds of captivity is pretty low there's only about two born in the US in ACA accredited zoos every year is he a association of zoos and aquariums and why is it so hard to breed black rhinos first of all it's very hard to find two compatible rhinos to know which two are gonna vied with each other he had both of our rentals are first time parents so the fact that they were able to get together and then successfully breed and carry the full term is a really big deal because neither one of them really knew exactly what they were doing it for I love it so they're both first time daters what's the courtship like between black rhinos in the wild they have a very particular courtship and we try to re create in the do the best we can SNES with our dad was in the wild he would walk around and you find some cool pro female in the take a nice big smell that would tell him how old ready the female is to reproduce so he let me go there's a girl around here I should finder he walked around and call her and okay and then what happens after the poop sniffing as he gets all excited the female kind of beat him up for a couple days and I'm not ready yet there's a lot of sparring it can be pretty intense at times Amy tell us what does the birth like this mean for the zoo's conservation efforts our people are passionate about rhino conservation and the success is evidence of how much they care and how hard they work it was really amazing and watching the courtship over the last several seasons I was pretty challenging to staff because as Pat mentioned Phineas took quite a beating okay so the baby has not yet been named rate is that correct correct okay but he is already a social media Darling I understand what's going on he's gone pretty crazy on social media so we're still making decisions about how we're going to do the naming but we will be making an announcement relatively soon I love it and is is there like a baby cama him so all of us not in Lansing Michigan can watch yeah we have a closed circuit camera going right now that I'm a DVR that records everything so we've been pulling all the videos often all the cute things he does and putting it on our
"two bears" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Every dog Jonathan today's dispatcher came time for an intermission update on the Blackhawks radio here's Chris what because the thing is to one lead over the penguins in Pittsburgh into the third period of play as we welcome you just second period hawk central elsewhere the NHL tonight Toronto which will be at the United center tomorrow night has gotten within two one of Philadelphia that game at the American Airlines center Travis Dermot with the goal for the maple Leafs after two periods it's Washington three Vegas too in the second Montreal a three one lead on Los Angeles audible these Carolina three nothing in the first year is on a two nothing lead on Minnesota Columbus and Colorado will drop the puck shortly earlier today islanders got back on track after their ten game win streak was snapped the other night bye Pittsburgh in overtime and there's a two one winner over Florida in Tampa Bay a five through an over buffalo to sweep that two game global series in stock on the fifth straight loss excuse me for the Sabres listen and subscribe to the black because crazy podcast presented by Phyllis was got king in may hear from hawks players coaches execs and others from around the NHL we also answer your questions our next episode records following tomorrow night's game so look for that on Monday morning college football today first will number two LSU goes into third ranked Alabama and wins forty six forty one that snaps the Tigers eight game losing streak in the series against the tide right now Notre Dame living give twenty nothing in the second quarter George leads Mizzou thirteen zip at halftime number one Ohio state is seventy three fourteen winner over Maryland northwestern fell to produce twenty four to twenty but Illinois had the biggest comeback in school history down twenty eight to three at Michigan state they rally for thirty seven thirty four victory their fourth straight win to become bowl eligible the game winning TD with five seconds left also Minnesota knocked off Penn state thirty one to twenty six salinity lions suffer their first loss Wisconsin topped Iowa twenty four to twenty two over the United center bulls Lee Houston early in the second twenty seven to twenty two bear in lines tomorrow on the lake front again hawks two penguins one we'll talk about which right next on seven twenty WGN.
"two bears" Discussed on Dear America with Graham Allen Podcast
"You've got people that make it wrong to read the bible or wrong dupleix but it's okay to teach gender roles and identity politics of it's okay to not be a boy if you're a boy and all this other that should the accepted schools battleground so here's the problem that i have with parents. Nowadays is if any other time there is a battleground generals. Don't send their soldiers soldiers off and just let's see what happens. You know what i mean. They don't do that. They trained they prepare for every scenario of any kind whereas parents today air dislike you know just go get on the bus. You know i'll see you when you get home kind of thing. That's our fault. We need a to stop depending on school. Sex ed hang on one second bear with me. I found this link of what should be taught. <hes> insects ed this is from one love all right seven things they should have taught you and sex ed but did but didn't all right so they want to change this to incorporate this. This is what people are fighting to change in our school systems in sex ed number one thing that should be taught in sex ed. That's not gender does not determine who you're attracted to the number. One thing is they want to blur the lines of generals with our society number two a refresher on what l._g._b._t. Plus terminology actually means so they want in-depth coverage and understanding of l._g._b._t. Q. you i a right. That's what it is so after ki. Oh it's too cues now so t is transgender q. square royer q. The second is questioning. Intersex is a washer the other a is allie or or ally alley that one girl he is paying sexual that number three yes. A sexuality is a thing hold on four sex is more than penetration. This is what people want put into school systems okay. You should talk about sex with your transgender partner. These are the things that they wonder why six condoms are kings kings slash. Queen seven is non-negotiable. I agree with seven got one all right consensus nonperishable list certainly if you wanna teach your children that that's your right and your as apparent. Why is it in the school. You wanna teach them about that. Great you teach them that. We'll use them our way. Why is it in the school. I'll tell you what the government got in the schools. That's why the government funds public schools okay swear. It is so the government where does all this p._c. Culture and stuff come from that is government rhetoric all right because the government is all about inclusiveness and p._c. Culture don't upset anybody. Everybody's equal. Everything is everything that so they get a hold of our money money we become dependent and then they have the cards in the keys to everything will if you don't do it this way. They're not gonna give you any money anymore well. Here's i'm gonna say say if we can't all afford private school. A lot of us actually can't so no what's going on your school. No it's being taught because in the battleground comes comes home so you better you better refresh up on what l._g._b._t._q. Q. plus means. I mean you need to know these things so you can go and ask okay. What did you think about that. You need to be on a talk to your kids. You cannot just send them to school and a public school setting back well. They'll learn what they learn. You can't do that. I don't send my kid to school to learn about politically correct things to do. I send my kids to school to learn how to do math reading science and history sorry. That's about it in history. You know the way it swaying now. I don't really trust them to death yeah..
For Competitive Edge in Womens Co-Working Space, The Wing Partners with HBO
"Business. Daily is brought to you by Dell this month. Dell is thanking small businesses with up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors. Call eight seven seven by Dell to speak with a small business technology advisor today. That's eight seven seven B you ideal L for tech advice and one on one partnership. From wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business wars daily on this Thursday may sixteenth co working spaces are big business these days as the number of solo preneurs in the country grows, so too, does the demand for independent office spaces, but a lesser known phenomenon has been gaining a lot of steam over the last few years co working spaces designed for women most big cities have at least one or two born from the same entrepreneurial zeal. Shared by the audiences are intended to serve some of these companies have international ambitions, consider the wing, which now has offices in New York, San Francisco, Washington, DC, Los Angeles, and Chicago. There are more on the way including one in London. Now the wing offers co working features, tailored, specifically to women that includes offices that are, you know, warm enough cafes lactation rooms, Instagram worthy common spaces, and frequent networking events, but the facilities aren't the real draw. The wing is heavily marketing itself as a social club, dedicated to women's empowerment, it's even inked and agreement with time's up, the nonprofit devoted to safety and equity for working women. The wing is community first office space second founded in twenty sixteen. The wing has raised more than one hundred million dollars. That's a huge amount of the new women's co working market, but it's a far cry from we work, which is set to go public soon. We works owner sports controversial valuation of almost fifty billion dollars. If that sounds like a tough rivalry will look under the covers and you'll see that we work is a wing investor the company's hedging its bets, don't, you know, projecting that demand for women. First spaces is only going to grow. And as it does the wing is doing everything it can to ensure it's top of mind it's been entering into high profile partnerships, such as one with h. HBO the wings helping HBO promote the new season of the hit show. Big little lies. It'll host advance screenings in many cities and even a panel discussion with Reese, Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman and Meryl Streep, but the wing is not alone in cultivating starpower arrival. Women's co working chain called the Riveter has featured events with Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg, and US Senator Tammy Duckworth, by the way, in case you slept through history class, the Riveter is named for World War two's, famous feminist icon, Rosie like the wing. The Riveter is well funded. It's raised more than thirty million dollars so far. It has seven locations and Embiid to operate one hundred around the globe. Both the river and the wing. Call themselves women Centric, meaning men can join it's not a philosophical choice before it changed its stance. The wing was sued for gender discrimination, and with membership starting around two thousand dollars a year. It's also been the object of criticism that it's designed primarily for. Affluent women, while the wing may be grabbing attention in the market. It is by no means the clear winner. In addition to battling with the Riveter, it's also competing with growing numbers of smaller local women's co working businesses, especially in trendy cities like Los Angeles. Denver in Seattle term success is far from guaranteed. But, you know, maybe that's the key to success, potent mix van Bishen and uncertainty that spurring innovation innovation. That's pushing the wing out the traditional co working box. From one three. This is business wars. Daily Haiti life are take on the news shares with a friend. And if you're a member of co working space drop line to your colleague. Thanks bunch. I'm David Browner will see tomorrow. Businessworld daily is brought to you by Dell. There's nothing small about your business, your impact on the communities made a huge difference as thank you during small business month. Dallas offering up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors, plus get a free. External hard drive with select PC purchases. Call eight seven seven buy Dell to speak with a small business technology advisor today. That's eight seven seven. B. U. Y. D E L L for tech advice and one on one partnership, eight seven seven by Dell.
Why Your Birth Order Doesn't Matter
"Research suggests that your birth. Order doesn't really matter. It might be time to let go of the idea that oldest children are the responsible achievers middle. Children are the peacemakers and youngest siblings are the attention seeking rebels. See I never bought into this because I'm the third of four children. Wow. So I'm kinda the middle child. But also the youngest son by parents had three boys before they had a youngest daughter. And of course, that makes her this special Princess, right? So like where does that leave me, I'm kind of the youngest? But I'm not the youngest. So I've always just thought the whole thing was kind of whatever you're like a youngest middle child hybrid. Yeah. Never did anything for me. You're the oldest. Yes. And three I I it into the stereotype. I all admit it. That's weird because our personalities are so similar and a lot of ways the yeah. Very different orders of birth. Well, it makes sense that our personalities lineup because this is all who he anyway, he go. So a study by European researchers in March twenty nineteen looked at data on more than eleven thousand German households and it found that being born last doesn't make you more likely to take risks. There was also a massive study in two thousand fifteen looking at three hundred seventy thousand high school students in Houston. And that study didn't find any correlation between the relative age of a person siblings and their personality. A third study that same year looked at an international group of twenty thousand participants and came to the same conclusion. So there's a pretty good deal of evidence that birth. Order has no effect on personality. But hold on there is concrete data that shows oldest children have an advantage. Intellectually win show off. It is a pretty small advantage though. A careful recent examination of all the evidence on the matter showed that on average the IQ of firstborns was a point and a half higher than second born siblings. Who in turn had a point and a half higher? I q than third Bornes and so on and like I said, that's a truly tiny difference. And these findings are averages that mask a lot of diversity among families. The findings are significant and robust, but they do only suggest that the older sibling will have a higher. I q than the next youngest sibling in six out of ten cases. So maybe delete that message challenging your younger brother to dueling IQ tests after all and forget about crowning yourself family diplomat or adventure. Just because you were second or third born. Instead, the best of today's science suggests that we should see our siblings as individuals evaluating them based on who they are birth. Order isn't going to offer you any
Meet Lauren Underwood, the 32-year-old Democrat hoping to shake up politics
"Inskeep. When Representative Lauren Underwood welcomed us into her office. She was just finishing lunch at her desk. She's a new member of the house, and she's one reason Democrats won control last fall. She captured the fourteenth district of Illinois which had been reliably Republican. Her reward is a modest office space near the capital and a chance to share a Washington apartment. The roommate. Another house freshmen California's Katie hill, are you living this kind of insane sort of grown up college life of it is not even MAC glamorous. We are scheduled from like seven thirty AM to probably ten ten thirty pm both get home very late. Unlike do you remember that meeting that happened at ten AM wasn't that so crave? And she is like e Agra not that glamorous. Maybe but under what is among the young diverse house freshmen who've made a lot. Of this year's political news. She medicine the brief downtime between her Caesar salad and a press conference. She's thirty two born in nineteen Eighty-six, a former nurse. I am black. I know I'm black fourteenth. Now, I'm black, and I am a millennial no woman. And so do I have an interesting perspective on issues that impact? Those demographic groups directly sure, although Underwood says she can represent people who identify differently. She faces a different situation than her outspoken, fellow freshman, Alexandria, Cossio Cortes, who represents a safely democratic district in New York Underwood is more typical of the Democrats who flipped seats in two thousand eighteen she's from a mid western district of suburbs and farms with a minority of people of color. It's congressman was once Republican House Speaker Dennis Hastert in two thousand sixteen the district voted for President Trump. The reason we visited Underwood. Was to hear how a democrat works to fit that district. I want to note that you're doing something that in American politics was really rare until recent years, and that is you are an American African American, and you're representing an overwhelmingly white district. We haven't seen that happen in the congress, and yet and this hundred sixteen congress, I'm not the only one end so representations important, and the idea that only certain folks can be representatives is one that I think that we have worked to completely redefine her district extends from Chicago suburbs to the Illinois prairie, and she says she is determined to support mostly white farmers as anybody else. Well, I think that there's a lot of issues that help communities of color that also helped our community. She campaigned by saying she would better stand up for the district's interests than the Republican incumbent when President Trump's trade war affected, Illinois farmers. She. Brought it up. She noticed the separation of migrant families at the border captured her district's attention. So she brought that up to in this district that the cook political report rated as an plus five and was a lean Republican until the weekend before the election. We won every county even the most rural. There are people who supported us who have never voted for a democrat before we have people who will never ever ever ever. Call of south the democrat people who voted for Donald Trump voted for you two hundred percent hundred percent. And this is about representation and values and for us that issue was so straight it with healthcare, and what happened and the spring seventeen around of Amakhir care repeal, and, you know, our prior representatives votes on the. American Healthcare Act. Do you think you're to the left of the average voter in your district when it comes to healthcare? You've said if I'm not mistaken, you might like Medicare for all if it could be done. But I bet the average Republican would not like that. I don't think. So I would challenge that statement because I believe that healthcare is a human, right? And based on conversations, and I had many of them might you throughout the year and a half that Iran that a lot of people believe that as well. Do you need to talk about healthcare in a particular way to avoid those kind of hot button phrases that set people on the words, we use matter, and I've cautioned a lot of my colleagues here about literally the words will be used to talk about issues that we care about. Right. Student loan debt is an issue that is not partisan. It is very clear, and it's impacting so many individuals families. Few start calling things free or for all we loosen people. We can talk about the solutions in a way that's inclusive. Right. So what have we talk about creating a modern financial aid system? Well, we have Pell grants that reflect the true cost of college. And we have subsidized student loans that fill that gap. Some people might call that free college for everybody or whatever. But the people that speak in these like, hashtag, e type phrases, do not always have lots of solutions underneath it. The hashtag is the polarizing thing it may draw some support to the idea, but it also drives people and I'm into solutions, and I am happy to speak in paragraph statements to talk about the solutions because guess what problems are not always straight it at one hundred forty characters and solutions are not always illustrated and hundred forty characters this lawmaker who carefully considers what to say chose to say very little about. Another lawmakers choice of words the day. We met Laura and Underwood was the day last week when the house voted to criticize. Antisemitism. The resolution answered remarks by Underwood's fellow freshman Ilhan Omar of Minnesota that issue divided Democrats and Underwood was determined not to give it anymore fuel. Did she go too far? I don't have a comment. You don't. I don't. You've been pretty Frank on every other issue Frank on this one. And why what do you mean? You mean, you you don't know what to think about it? Comment on it in the end, Lauren Underwood like other Democrats voted for the resolution condemning antisemitism and other forms of hate. But as she represents what is now swing district one expected
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"Number two. Born on the fourth of July and number one, Michael Mann's collateral, Evelyn from New York who says she was a hardcore cruise fan since she was thirteen and is now forty one. She's gone to every movie opening weekend except edge of tomorrow and the mummy understandably. In that case, I think Evelyn, here's her comment. I was a cinema studies student back in the day, and I was fascinated by the star personas of movie actors, Hollywood play into their type or against it. I confess I'm more old school classic Hollywood girl than anything. And in those films. Fascination found plenty to explore, but Tom Cruise is one of the only if not the only classic Hollywood star in the modern era that fits into this idea of the movie star persona and continues to have success for my own top five. I don't think I can really offer one. My list would be purely sentimental picks at this point. It's not so much what I think he's good in as much as what my favorites are, but if I had to in no particular order cocktail, it might not be good for you, but it started me on this journey topgun honestly, it's just awesome. Okay. Jerry Maguire I recognize the issues within the movie of walking the line of selling out and making money, but it holds a special place to me anyways for all its open hearted messing this minority report. I'm not the biggest Spielberg fan, but the combo of the two of them was just magnetic. It played to all of cruises best movie star qualities. And then Evelyn has more here tomorrow at plays best when it's knocking crews and his persona down a notch or five. It falters mostly at the end. And when it plays into the typical heroics. That Evelyn, I think nicely sums up my entire review of that film, which I mostly like, yeah, I'm a fan of that film. I think we both agree with Evelyn there. Thank you to everyone for that great feedback. We will get to a little bit more of it after this top five is our top five, Tom Cruise performances from September twenty. Seventeen. And if you haven't heard this list before or even if you have, it's all worth it to listen again, just to hear Amy Nicholson's number one, Vic, here's the list. What possible? Good come from putting. He told Kendrick to order the code red. He did. Great. What did you say? So of course you have proof from that. Oh. Oh, I'm sorry. I keep forgetting. You were sick today. They taught law law school. You put him on the stand and you get it from him. We get it from them. Yes, no problem. We get it from Colonel, isn't it true that you ordered the code? Red onside Iago little. I'm sorry. Your time's run out. What do we have for the losers judge well, defended its lifetime at exotic Fort Leavenworth and for defense counsel Kathy. That's right. It's a court martial. Yes, Johnny. That was Tom Cruise. Oh boy, was that Tom Cruise? And I just knew that this had to be the clip that we played going into this top five top five, Tom Cruise performances because a few weeks ago, just flipping channels late at night. A few good men came on its on TBS TNT those channels all the time. And I don't usually stop to watch it, but I stopped it on this scene and watching Tom Cruise as Daniel. Kathy just absolutely go bonkers. Just become completely unhinged it mesmerized frankly. Then I had to watch Jessup and I had to watch the courtroom scenes and see how it all played out. All over again. And I just thought it'd be a perfect setup. Maybe we'll get to performances here, Josh five lesson hinged. Yeah. I mean, I think I said something in our American made review about when his intensity gets a little too cranked up. That's what we have here. I think we do now. I'm sure you'll have some set up and you'll tell us how you formed your list. But I wanted to kick things off with an excerpt brief bit from the anatomy of an actor, Tom Cruise, anatomy of an actor by Amy, Nicholson..