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A highlight from Ep383: Best Morning Habits Podcasters Should Practice - Ahna Fulmer
"Podcasting would be a good option. And interestingly, it combined a skill that I didn't realize I'd been honing, which was interviewing an interesting element of interviewing as well as podcasting. This goes into the next question, but what makes a successful one? And it is learning the art of asking better questions. Most hosts never achieved the results they hoped for. They're falling short on listenership and monetization, meaning their message isn't to help you grow your listenership and make money while you're at it. Get ready to take notes. Here's your host, Adam Adams. Hey, podcaster. It's your host, Adam Adams. And we're with Ana Fomer today, who is a client and a friend and somebody that inspires me. And I think you'll also find yourself a little bit inspired at the end of the podcast. She's got a show, obviously, or else how could we help her? And it is called, I said it wrong earlier. I said, I don't know what I said, but it was not right. It's imperfectly empowered, imperfectly empowered. I love it. And you also are doing something new in your business. It's kind of recent and it's about waking up early and having a morning routine. I think I would like to hear a little bit about, and maybe the listener would, what's important about a morning routine and why did you pick those two things? Yeah, I think one of the first things that's important to clarify is that waking up early is not natural for about 50 % of the population. And I happen to be one of those 50%. And I was, it was about four or five years ago in 2018, I was a busy working mom. I had three kids. My youngest was one and I was a dual certified nurse practitioner working in emergency medicine at the time. I was also the assistant medical director for two stroke programs that I helped create from the ground up. On top of that, we were renovating houses. We were in our second fixer upper at that time. That was like a side hustle for my husband and I. And on top of that, I had just started a home DIY decor blog just for fun because I didn't have enough going on. But it was at that point that a lot of us reach as moms where I desperately needed time for me. I was sick of waking up every morning, rushed and feeling like I was starting stressed and behind before I even got going for the day. And so I decided I was going to start an early morning routine because it was the only time I could find quiet. So I hustled to make this happen. And I fought this news button for about two years and really reprogrammed my biology to fall in love with the early morning quiet. And I fell in love with it so much and realized how many other women desperately want the same thing. But when it's not natural, it's incredibly difficult. And there's no program out there teaching you how to become an early morning person ultimately. So as a health and fitness coach, I ended up leaving bedside medicine and my online presence as a blogger actually turned into a virtual health and fitness professional, which is really neat. Now I help people prevent disease instead of treat disease, which is exciting. But what happened is I realized there was this gap for many of us as women in the health and fitness space because we go hard for six weeks and we transform our life for six weeks. But it's sort of like a bandaid on a gaping wound because we haven't created a habit of life change. And not that that six weeks wasn't important, but what we need is we need another program to partner with those fitness and nutrition programs who are able to also teach people how to create a habit to help sustain and offload some of the stress during our day so that we can really focus on nutritional changes, which is a full -time job for any of you. Adam, you've certainly undergone a lot of health transformation. You know, I mean, tracking macros in and of itself is like a full -time job. So the bottom line is we are in the process of creating this premier virtual program for busy women to learn how to become an early morning riser, establish a routine they can sustain that starts with being not doing. We don't get up earlier to hustle harder and do more. We're trying to press pause and actually be still and renew our hearts and minds in the calm of the quiet. And then we get a time efficient, effective workout done before our kids wake up. So that is early morning habit. If that's not cool enough, we are also an adoption fundraising program. My passion is to help women really manifest the sense that you are worth investing in because you have the power to impact the world because you've been made in the image of God and that alone makes you enough finding your value, not in what you say or do, but in the God that created you and really tapping into that to manifest this idea that you have the power to change the world. The small choices that you make for yourself have a massive impact. So when women successfully complete the program on the app, my company gives them back a significant portion of the money they paid for the program to give forward to an enrolled and adopting mom. Who's raising funds through life song for orphans. We are also adopting. So this is another heartbeat of mine. So anyways, there's a lot going on behind the scenes over here, but early morning habit, we're ready to change women's lives and bring more children home to their forever families. I like it. I have a question on the 50%. You mentioned that there's about half of us who it's not natural for us to wake up early. It's not normal. It shouldn't be normal maybe for us to wake up early. It's not our in our body, but that we can fix it. Is that part's true, right? And you fixed it. I'm living proof of that. Yes. What I'm curious about is who is your 50 % that it's not natural for or is it anybody? It's absolutely anybody. And to be clear in early morning routine is beneficial, whether you are a man or a woman, it's just my avatar specifically for this program. We are really honing in on busy women. And what I have found is it tends to be moms who recognize the need for an early morning routine. And this would have been true of me as well. It wasn't until I had kids. I mean, we think we're busy before kids. And then you have kids and suddenly you realize your time is no longer your own. And so you have to create time. And as there's only 24 hours in a day for most of us women as moms that tends to be before our kids wake up, if we want to maintain our sanity, not to mention our health. So my perfect avatar for early morning habit is really busy women. And a familiar business adage is you are best positioned to serve the person you once were. And so for me, that is I think I'm quoting Rory Vaden. He might have been quoting somebody else I don't even know. But for me, that was the busy Christian mom who wanted to start her day grounded in the truth of God's word, and then wanted to pound out a workout. But I knew I needed to start being still because I was constantly surrounded by chaos and noise of society, my own family, the own expectations I put on myself. So busy Christian moms is the very hyper -targeted audience, but it's really, it's just busy women. Any busy woman benefits from this, whether you're an early morning riser by nature or not, to answer that part. Okay, perfect. I was going to ask again, but no, perfect. So in the two big parts are reading the scripture and getting a workout in. So I've got this friend, he wrote a book about early morning, Hal Elrod. He's got this thing called Savers, and I think that must be like six things to do in the morning. Why do you pick those two? And is there anything else that you might think of adding on to it? It's a great question. And it's an interesting dynamic that a man would create six things to do, and a woman is going to create two. And I'll tell you why I think that's an important thing to highlight is one of the issues we frequently face as women is simply that it's the to -do list. We are constantly exhausted by our to -do lists, and we also feel the pressure in our society, as well as from ourselves, to do more, to hustle harder, and ultimately to be more. We think that we need to prove ourselves and our home or outside of our homes in order to reach a standard of success, however we're defining that. Our family is well put together and our kids are thriving. Maybe that's our definition. Maybe it's financial. Maybe it's the professional goals. But the problem is we are constantly moving, and the reality is, scientifically speaking, socially speaking, all five elements of our health, there are ways to prove that one of the best things we can do ourselves is to actually be still, practice the art of being still. So when we teach our community how to start their day being, not doing, we are specifically honing in on three things. Truth, or God's word, prayer, some people might practice meditation, and then gratitude. And there is a scientifically proven concept called emotionally intelligent gratitude practice, and that is what we teach our community how to implement. Whether you are somebody who prays or doesn't, emotionally intelligent gratitude can change every single aspect of your health and ultimately your life. So between that and a workout, I want women to be able to create a habit they can sustain, and if you go much beyond two things in the morning, I'm already peaced out because I'm looking at my to -do list, and I need it simple and sustainable. I love the simply part. I have a question, emotionally intelligent gratitude. In 2018, it was December of 18, I was overstressed, overworked, trying to do too much, and wasn't making all the best choices, wasn't working out enough, and that's where the health journey that you mentioned earlier came, but it was more like a life journey. There was a lot that changed, not snapping at the kids as much. But it started with something called gratitude. Now I didn't have you in my corner at that time, so I didn't know what emotionally intelligent gratitude was. What I would do is, when I'd wake up, I would try to express some gratitude before I got out of bed. When I went to bed, I tried to close my eyes and express some gratitude before I slept, and almost any time that I got overstressed, things were just compounding on me, and I wasn't sure what to do, and I was thinking about how stressful it was. I was thinking about how bad it was. Then I would have to re -hone during the day a few times and just, I guess, talk about my many blessings, because all of us have so many blessings. We just got to think about them, like the relationship with our kids, the relationship with our sweetheart, the air that we have to breathe, the roof over our heads, etc. So I would, when it was hardest to feel gratitude in my busiest of times, I would also just take a moment to try to close my eyes or even open them and think about what I'm grateful for. It ended up making a humongous impact on who I am as a person, and I still try to do it. Not as much, to be honest. I wish I did. I should. I should definitely get back to doing it more often every morning, every night, and any time I'm stressed. But I don't know what emotionally intelligent gratitude would mean if I was even close to it or not. What would you say to a listener who heard that and doesn't know what it means? Yeah, so I should also clarify emotionally intelligent gratitude practice is a concept that I have created, so this is proprietary to my program, but why I have clarified something, and I've taken gratitude practice and, one, infused a lot more science into the actual practice, so there's more intention to it, but one of the concerns with gratitude practice that I see for a lot of us is that it starts to border on good vibes only, and anyone who's listened to my podcast knows I am not a fan of that concept. The good vibes only concept is detrimental because what it is subconsciously telling us to do is to keep hustling harder and ignoring the stress, ignoring the fact that we're an absolute mess, ignoring the fact that our family is not perfect, that we actually feel terrible, we're anxious, we're stressed, so good vibes only is almost this concept of just ignore the bad, we're only going to focus on the good, and that's not true for everyone practicing gratitude, but it is very, very easy to start to lean to that corner of gratitude as though it is simply only focusing on the good in our life because, if we're honest, we are terrified of acknowledging the fact that we're actually a hot mess. Clearly not the corner I stand in as my podcast is quite literally titled Imperfectly Empowered, I'm all about the concept of embracing the mess, so where we incorporate emotionally intelligent gratitude practice is that in the actual practice of gratitude, before we are even diving into the very specific things that we are grateful for, we are first improving our emotional intelligence. Intellectual intelligence, we're familiar with IQs. It is something that, for the most part, cannot be developed. You have a naturally given IQ. Obviously, circumstances can depress somebody's ability to fully live out or up to that IQ potential, but typically speaking, it does not change. Emotional intelligence is something that can be grown, developed, and worked on, and it has three components. It is number one, being able to identify emotions, and this is where something as simple as an emotions wheel comes in. If you have a kid who struggles with behavioral issues or emotions, I have one of those kids, these emotion wheels come into play because you see like the little happy, do you feel happy, do you feel sad, or there's like these wheels that I like that have all kinds of emotions described on them, which is really helpful because half the time we don't even know how to put the words to what we feel. You're like, I don't know, sad, or it might be more specific than that. So number one, emotional intelligence includes being able to identify what you're feeling, but number two is being able to communicate what you're feeling, which is an entirely different concept. So number one, being able to identify, number two, being able to then communicate that, which is called emotional literacy, and then number three, this is truly where gratitude comes into play, being able to convert uncomfortable emotions, the emotions that we try to suppress and ignore and push down, being able to embrace them, and then convert them into a positive or more comfortable experience. That is the most difficult part of emotional intelligence. But it is also where gratitude comes in. Because what it's saying is basically it's me sitting at the restaurant and feeling really frustrated because my kids have effectively turned the table into a playground.
"two strokes" Discussed on WTOP
"Responding to the january sixth capital riots in twenty twenty one the lawyer for the family tells the washington post that this will allow smith's wife to access three hundred and seventy thousand dollars as well as other educational benefits the lawyer wants to see smith's remains interred at arlington national cemetery next to the grave of u .s. capital police officer brian sicknick sicknick suffered two strokes died a day after the insurrection now to the top stories we're working on at wtop southern california is seeing heavy rain from tropical storm hillary the first tropical storm to hit the state in over eighty years and president biden will pay a visit to maui later today as the search for fire continues victims traffic and weather on the eights to carlos ramirez in the wtop traffic center thanks stephanie mostly looking at work zones at this point if you're headed on route 28 for example southbound past waxpool road the left -hand side of the roadway is blocked off so you've got a single lane of traffic getting by on the right but watching the cameras minimal delays right now eastbound route seven earlier serious brake lights here on the eastbound side of route seven headed the wolf trap area according to the dot there are alternating closures but if you're headed westbound or eastbound between about tolston road and baron cameron avenue do expect to see just a single lane of traffic uh getting by 66 looks great from manassas to the beltway nothing really blocking your way though if you are making your way westbound past sycamore street the left side of the roadway is blocked as you continue westbound past the
"two strokes" Discussed on WTOP
"Sports at 25 and 55 powered by Red River, technology decisions aren't black and white. Think red. Here's rob wood fork, Brooks Koepka is no stranger to wanamaker trophies winning three of the last 6 PGA Championship titles after a two stroke victory though killed to become the 20th player to win 5 majors telling CBS. Yeah, it's incredible. I don't know the list of guys how many guys have won 5 times, but to be with those groups of names, these absolutely incredible something I've I'll be honest, I'm not even sure if I dreamed of it as a kid that I was gonna win this many, but this is the coolest thing and I was just happy to do it in front of these New York fans. I love you guys. Oh, but the New York fans loved Michael block and his story book tale. He added a chapter with an ace on the 15th hole that locked him into a top 15 finish in a return for next year's tournament. Back home, the nationals closed out a series victory over the Detroit tigers with a 6 four win credited to Josiah gray despite issuing 6 walks in his 5 innings of three hit one run ball with two strikeouts Dave Martinez. He wasn't very sharp. It wasn't as good as it was. What I did like about it and we come down that 5th inning, and he was a lot better. His mechanics were better. He was staying closed. His head wasn't a good position, and he filled the balloon velo was up not in England. You know, he's been a picture of 6. 7. Today was a shorter day. The Nats get a day off before Mackenzie gore takes the 7 O 5 first bitch against Juan Soto and the San Diego Padres, the Miami Heat to win away from the NBA Finals. They cruise past the Celtics to take a three zero series lead, the mystics could avenge their loss in Connecticut on Tuesday night when the sun come to the ESA. Rob woodfork WTO sports. Coming up on WTO House speaker Kevin McCarthy says he and President Biden have agreed to meet Monday afternoon to try to hammer out a deal to raise the debt ceiling. It's 1226. Hey, Joe. I thought you were retired. Living
"two strokes" Discussed on WTOP
"The chief of the capitol police in my view correctly describes what most of us witness firsthand on January 6th. Chief mangers says in a letter to his department that he thinks the presentation was offensive and provided misleading conclusions. He was also highly critical of the show for suggesting the writing had nothing to do with the death of officer Brian sicknick, who died the day following January 6th after suffering two strokes. Meantime, Vienna, Virginia resident hatchet speed has been convicted by a federal judge of storming the capitol on January 6th. The ex naval reserve is trial, was heard by a judge here in D.C. without a jury. Speed used anti semitic rhetoric and spoke of a plan to wipe out Jewish people when he told an FBI undercover agent about his involvement in the insurrection a year after the riot. He scheduled to be sentenced in May. And the Biden administration is considering a major reversal on immigration. Officials familiar with the plan say the president is considering detaining migrant families who cross into the U.S. illegally. That comes as the administration gets set to end COVID-19 restrictions at the southern border and an expected influx of migrants. It would be a big flip, while both the Obama and Trump administrations detained families, the Biden administration stopped holding them in late 2021. Officials say nothing's been decided and Biden's spokeswoman karine Jean Pierre will not say up to tension is an option. We're not going to go in on rumors that are out there. The current policy allows families who arrive at the Mexico border to be released into the U.S. and told to appear in immigration court at a later date. Sagar Meghani, Washington
"two strokes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"App and Bloomberg dot com. The White House is throwing cold water on reports that President Biden will give a pregame interview with Fox News on Super Bowl Sunday. There have been conflicting reports of a possible interview with earlier reports on Friday suggesting the president would give an interview to the outlet Fox soul before the game. The fox soul streaming platform caters to African Americans. But The White House says it has not signed off on any exchange between Biden and Fox, and Pennsylvania senator John fetterman is being released from a Washington D.C. hospital following a health scare this week. Brian shook has the very latest. The Democrats said he felt lightheaded during the Senate democratic retreat Wednesday with a spokesman saying test showed no signs he suffered a seizure or second stroke in less than a year. Fetterman's communications director says he will be back at the capitol when the Senate reconvenes on Monday. I'm Brian schuch. And I'm Jim Forbes. Now this Bloomberg is sports update. Nicks, they fell down in Philadelphia one 19 one O 8, mainly because they didn't show in the fourth quarter scoring just 15 points. There goes a 39 performance from Jalen Brunson and Julius Randle's Joel embiid had 35 for the sixers, James Harden right behind him with 24 players in double figures for New York to 5 for Philadelphia, New York currently the 7th seed in the east, they'd be looking at a showdown with two seed at Milwaukee. They're a game and a half ahead of the hawks game and a half behind Miami. Nets, they were off, but making news off the court, not in the right way to their guard camp Thomas has been fined $40,000 for using disparaging and derogatory comments towards homosexuals after Thursday's win over the Chicago Bulls he was doing an interview on TNT alongside Spencer Dinwiddie. College basketball Rutgers is an Illinois St. John's host Providence on Saturday. Hockey rangers. They double up the Seattle kraken 6 to three at home, scored three in the first period, 6 different players scored, including newcomer Vladimir sanko, they're tied to Tampa Bay for 5th. The weight is over Super Bowl 57 almost upon us from Arizona eagles coach. Nick cherian on trying not to get overwhelmed. You're happy that you're in this situation, you're happy you're still playing football. You do, you take a lot of pride in that. We're not making it any bigger than, you know, it's our next game in the same routine, everything like that. We know what we understand. It's a Super Bowl. We're excited to be here, but you know, we're going through the process. You know, so we're just writing a little bit of that moment. Eagles are 14 and three in his first year. Then again, the chiefs are as well. An unlikely hero Isaiah Pacheco overcame roadblocks to get there. You want to talk to your adults, your parents, your teachers, you know, someone that you care for, that you trust when that has your back. You don't want to dwell on a situation, you know, because it could hurt you in the long run. So for me, you know, I went through a lot. But Jacko raps football dark horse Rutgers, chiefs are a two point underdog kick-off 6 30 with your Bloomberg sports update. I'm rob buska. This is a Bloomberg money minute, three years ago, many drug makers focused on COVID-19. Now their concentrating on obesity, companies like Eli Lilly and Pfizer are following novo Nordisk with drugs that mimic a hormone called GLP-1. Which are initially diabetes drugs that we've had for the last 15 years or so, but in the last few years are being repurposed and having a renaissance in their use for treatment of obesity. Doctor Omar el Kawai is an endocrinologist at Mayo Clinic health system. People tend to feel more satisfied, less hungry, and then it also slows down the stomach, which means that food will last longer in the stomach and patients than people feel more full. People taking these drugs for type two diabetes are now competing with patients asking for them to lose weight. That has led to sudden manufacturer shortages as many, manufacturers were not very prepared for this kind of popularity. The overall obesity market will reach about $30 billion by 2030, according to analysts at Cowen. I'm Ed Corey, Bloomberg radio. Bloomberg radio on demand and in your podcast feed. On the latest balance of our podcast, I talked to SEC chair Gary gensler about the settlement he reached against kraken over the crypto issue called staking and what it means for the industry. The significance is there's a business model in crypto, whereby these I'll call them storefronts. They're intermediaries. They ask the public and they solicit the public for their funds, their crypto. And they say, we'll give you a return. And they might call it lending, in this case it was called staking as a service and we'll give you 4%, 8% or even 21% returns. And there in lies the issue, they were doing this without the proper disclosure and the investing public gets to decide what risks they want to take. And these key questions was cracking or others that do this where they taking those tokens and doing what they're saying on their website or are they lending them, trading against them, running other business models, and so the disclosure is critical for the investing public. So my understanding is now cracking can no longer do this domestically in the United States for U.S. citizens, unless I guess they register as a security. Does that mean they can't be in that business or can they just come back and say, okay, now we're registered. We'll make the disclosures you want. I'll make it more generic. These storefronts, these crypto exchanges, crypto, lending platforms, crypto, staking as a service. They need to come into compliance and there are generally non compliant right now. Get more of this and other conversations on the latest balance of power podcast. Listen on the Bloomberg business app, Bloomberg dot com and anywhere else you get your podcasts.
"two strokes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"World. Here's Dan Schwartzman. Thanks, dag. France and England move on to the quarterfinals of the World Cup with convincing wins as France beats Poland three to one as killing a BAPE scores a break giving the striker 5 goals so far this tournament while England shuts out Senegal three nil as Henderson Kane and sokka score for England. The two rival countries will play on Saturday for spot in the semifinals. Meanwhile, coming up on Monday, Japan takes on Croatia while Brazil battle South Korea in the round of 16. Brazil star namar could play in the match depending on how practice goes after injuring his right ankle in Brazil's cup opener. Victor hovland has won the hero world challenge in The Bahamas by two strokes over Scottie scheffler to win the tournament for a second year in a row joining tournament host Tiger Woods is the only back to back winners. Hovland takes home a $1 million while gaining three spots move up to 9th in the world golf rankings. Week 13 Sunday, the NFL season is a giant commander's end in a 20 all tie as Washington scores a tying touchdown with a minute 45 seconds remaining in regulation. Elsewhere, the jets fall in Minnesota 27 to 22 as New York fails to score from the one yard line with under two minutes remaining on the Raven slip past the Broncos ten to 9. Meanwhile, the eagles dominate the Titans 35 to ten while the Steelers get past the falcons 19 to 16. On Sunday Night football it's the 8 and three cowboys hosting the four 7 and one colts. Dallas is one for the last 5 games while the colts are coming off two straight losses to the eagles and steelers. On Dan Schwartzman met your Bloomberg world sports op being. Markets, headlines, and breaking news 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business app and at Bloomberg quick tape. This is a Bloomberg business flash. Well, we are looking forward to the first string day of the week across the Asia Pacific and it does look as
"two strokes" Discussed on Drive with Us Podcast
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"two strokes" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Let's take a look back at what happened this week in sports history. We'll start off back in 1927 Jack Scott in the Philadelphia Phillies pitched two complete games in a doubleheader. Scott beat the Cincinnati Reds 321 and lost three to nothing. In the second game. Scott was the last picture in major league history to complete two games on the same day. This week in 1941 Joe Lewis knocks out Billy Khan in the 13th round at the Polo Grounds in New York to retain the world heavyweight boxing title jumping ahead this week in 1982 at the US Open at Pebble Beach. Tom Watson wins his only US opened by two strokes over Jack Nicklaus this week in 1986 Bo Jackson, the Heisman Trophy winner in 1985 signs with the Kansas City Royals to play baseball this week in 1987, the LA Lakers win their 10th NBA championship with the 16 93. Victory over the Celtics in Game six of the forum this week in 1994, the New York Rangers hold off the Vancouver Canucks 32 in Game seven for their first Stanley Cup in 54 years. This week in 1995, the Houston Rockets complete the unlikeliest of NBA championship repeats sweeping the Orlando Magic MVP. Her team Elijah one finishes with 35 points and 15 rebounds, And this week in 2016 and the NBA Finals, The Cleveland Cavaliers win their first title. Defeating the Golden State Warriors. 4 to 3. They're the first team to overcome a 3 to 1 deficit in the finals. And that's just some of what happened.
"two strokes" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Back at the world of sports. It's the I Heart radio weekend. Sports Time capsule. What's going on fellow sports fans. It's Andy West. Let's take a look back at what happened this week in sports history. We'll start off back in 1927 Jack Scott in the Philadelphia Phillies pitched two complete games in a doubleheader. Scott beat the Cincinnati Reds 321 and lost three to nothing in the second game. Scott was the last picture in major league history to complete two games on the same day this week in 1941 Joe Lewis knocks out Billy Khan in the 13th round at the Polo Grounds in New York to retain the world heavyweight boxing title jumping ahead this week in 1982 at the US Open at Pebble Beach. Tom Watson wins his only US opened by two strokes over Jack Nicklaus this week in 1986 Bo Jackson, the Heisman Trophy winner in 1985 signs with the Kansas City Royals to play baseball. 1987 the L. A Lakers win their 10th NBA championship with the one Oh 6 93 victory over the Celtics in Game six of the forum this week in 1994. The New York Rangers hold off the Vancouver Canucks 32 in Game seven for their first Stanley Cup in 54 years. This week in 1995, the Houston Rockets complete the unlikeliest of NBA championship repeats sweeping the Orlando Magic MVP Hakeem Elijah one finishes with 35 points and 15 rebounds. And this week in 2016 in the NBA Finals, the Cleveland Cavaliers win their first title, defeating the Golden State Warriors 4 to 3. They're the first team to overcome a 3 to 1 deficit in the finals. And that's just some of what happened this week in sports history. The weekend sports Time capsule on I Heart radio. The free I Heart radio app is number one for music, radio and podcasts..
"two strokes" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Police and the tear gas. I want to be super clear about what did and didn't happen right there. Nothing happened on the side that the protesters were and I was standing with those protesters. So it goes on and on and on about the protesters tear gas, and Donald Trump forced him out because he wanted to walk over there. Hold up a Bible. Associated Press. An internal government investigation has determined that the decision to forcibly clear racial justice protesters from an area in front of the White House last summer was not Influenced by then President Donald Trump's plan to stage a Bible toting photo opportunity at that spot. Demonstrators were protesting the death of George Floyd Rights Associated Press Half hour after the Washington protested, were forced from the area with pepper bullets and flash bangs. No tear gas by the way. Trump walked across Lafayette, part among amid the lingering scent of pepper spray and delivered a short speech. We're holding the Bible in front of ST John's Church. Park officials had already plan to clear the area and had begun implementing the operational plan several hours before they knew of the potential presidential visit to the park. End of quote, Inspector General Mark Lee Greenblatt said in a statement accompanying the report. So now instead of apologizing, all NBC does is just Put out a new story as if they didn't make the first story. This just came out last night. Listen to NBC's reporter. The report doesn't say that they accelerated their efforts. It just says that bar went down there and kind of try to get them to do that. But it actually says that they continue to do at that point. You know, they were engaging with the protesters. They were pushing them out. It was full on and so They didn't. The report doesn't say that they responded to anything differently because of what the attorney general said, Um, but it does. And it also does make clear that there was some violence on the part of protesters in the days leading up to this to see how he's not getting to the point. Property destruction. He get to it eventually stick stick around 49 Park. Police officers were injured. So these were not completely nonviolent protests. But the eyewitnesses unseen that day really painted a picture of Hey, things were pretty cool until the cops decided to move in. And you know the narrative took hold, and it was widely reported across the mainstream media. That bar ordered this thing to clear the park for Trump. And that's not what happened. According to this independent inspector general report, check right at the very end of it, And that's not what happened, Doctor. These guys went ballistic. They're being forced out because of Trump Pepper sprayed innocent protesters for George Floyd. Yeah. Two days after the so called insurrection. New York Times. Quote, he dreamed headline he dreamed of being a police officer then was killed by a pro trump mob. Sub headline The death of Brian Sick. Nick, a military veteran and experience Capitol police officer amplified the tragedy of Wednesday's riots. Quote with a bloody gash in his head. Mr Sick. Nick was rushed to the hospital placed on life support. Law enforcement initially said Mr Sick, Nick was struck with a fire extinguisher. Right? It was January, two days after the alleged insurrection. Of course, you know, the president was impeached second time. House Democrat managers cited the death of sick Nick quote was killed by rioters, close quote. The article of impeachment. Quote. Presidential election, unlawfully breached and vandalized the capital, injured and killed law enforcement. Personnel. Washington Post April 1920 21 Capitol Police officer Brian Sick Nick, who engage rioters suffer two strokes and died of natural causes. Was not hit with a fire extinguisher. Suffered two strokes died of natural causes a day after confronted writers. No evidence whatsoever. He was struck with anything. Headline again New York Times two days after the so called insurrection He dreamed of being a police officer, then was killed by a pro trump mob. Wonder how many Pulitzers Day one for that one? We are in a big, fat, ugly bubble. These people are just too much now. I was asked about Hydroxychloroquine. Here's what Victor Davis Hanson said about it. Quote doctors in poor countries such as India. We're attracted to Hydroxychloroquine, an old cheap anti malarial drug generally regarded as safe. When stories surface they both American and European doctors independently claim clear effectiveness of the drug trump and reaction tweeted. It couldn't hurt to take the drug. Fewer or ensued. Outrage Following assumed the time tried, Hydroxychloroquine was considered an extension existential evil on part with Trump himself if prior to Trump the drug had been hailed by the United Nations as an essential medicine. Especially in poor countries. Suddenly, it was now considered more than a little toxic, which is brew vouches. Legions demonize the drug and soon proved illegal for doctors to prescribe hydroxychloroquine for off. Label usage. End of quote. So Trump Derangement syndrome specifically and.
"two strokes" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND
"Is my favorite not really funny god. He stopped laughing. He's like well. you know. i had two strokes. Maybe i have heard that song. I just don't remember anymore. Yeah i gotta tell you nothing. Shut down faster than the stroke. The stroke defense no lie so there's been things that have happened in my life. Where in the last year. Two years since my strokes. Somebody will be telling me a story about something that happened in. That was involved or something that i experienced supposedly and i have no memory of it whatsoever. Scotty b.'s done that a couple of times. He said yeah. Remember blah blah blah blah blah. We did this. And i'm like i have no memory of that. What he's messing with. You know there's a couple of times right scotty. You told me a story. And you're like yeah. We discuss that like six months ago. Yeah okay so so. You're saying still fly. Big timers definitely could be in your memory or he could have been it. Maybe it's still there but you cannot recall it because of your stroke so scotty. What's your excuse. I didn't listen to the radio at night. That's my excuse. Hey remember when we had that bet you lost and you only entre box. I'll bet you sit on that. Now dammit come out of nowhere. You're right you're right. Nice try you know on the other hand you donate you know as as as my brother and my friend i. We've had a lot of great times together had great conversations. I i hope you remember all of those things now. I'm kind of you know. I wish i could but you don't know what you don't know it's like look at your desktop on your computer right. And it's like somebody took a file folder. A random one and just drug it to the trash. I don't know i don't know what i lost. But this is so great for you for like with heather with your fiance because if you forget an anniversary date or her birthday or just something in general you blame the stroke. And she can't say anything. You really can't go so far. No seriously it's just us. Have you ever used destroy defense when you knew maybe once or twice Maybe once or twice but honestly for the most part. There's things where am i just can't remember that kind of fuzzy. Yeah well even fuzzy. It's just not there but you know that's how the brain works stroke or stroke. I mean i can tell you there the other day. I was trying to remember a name of someone i know very well and it i. My brain wouldn't cough it up. I know it's in there. I know i know that memories in there. I just can't recall. I can't find a way to get to that and you get frustrated. When i know it's in there i know i. I've always been terrible with names faces. I can remember faces names. Oh my gosh. it's awful. He frog i mean. What about your aneurysm. I've had happened to. It's the same thing it is. It's very very frustrating. Because you know that you should know what you don't know and it drives you crazy right but but also age someone's texting in as well because i'm definitely the oldest one here without doubt there. I mean i forget things all the time. But i remember when i was a kid. My parents would say the same thing. They would forget things all the time and their parents. And it's just that's how the brain works sometimes when it when your brain is overloaded like ours are overloaded everyday with so much information because we're always news junkies and we'd like to read things online and even if you don't have a show like we're doing you love to go page to page to page and site to site to site online and just kind of weave your way around or wherever you are tiktok or instagram. Whatever so much information that you're you're absorbing and don't even know it. It pushes other information to the side. So there are so many studies on that on the effects that social media and constantly scrolling taking information does have on your memory and that so many people regardless of age are having memory issues. Because of all this you're totally right. Maybe nate you don't remember big timers because you're pornhub all the time definitely use pornhub anymore better sites you mr de by the way gotta be wife tax and she said the positive to your stroke was before it she thought you were a little more egotistical now. She's you're much nicer to her. I i think you're the same nate. Don't feel bad. what was this text. You sent me a few minutes ago. Weird what i met. We we talked to dr collins. The other day right about vaccinations. The nation's scary You can go ahead and put that on today. Sam you got it. We recorded it in advance like we do some interviews and then scary asked the doctor a question but it came out like weird al on my gosh do i have both. You might have weird al. I gotta get pulled weird al while we played the weird al question i do. We have the dr cooper's that yeah fortunately we do. We do have dr collins. The question from scary i see. She's we're sitting here making fun of nate because he can't remember big time. I don't have an excuse me. Look i mess up speaking all the time i do. You have I will play scary interview with his question. Actually with Weird out here we go. This is scary. I've been listening to you and your stuff for years love. All of us dared stupid one of my favorite albums But i gotta let you know that. I never been privy to the process by which you go about getting permission you know to to do a parody You pretty much right. What's the process like. Do you like lyrics. I never asked for permission. Because i saw you at at the airport with iggy i saw you At the was rolling rolling on guy on you and You know. I just wanted to know and you know what that's all about nervous as a twelve year old boy how scary it gets starstruck and i feel like he was really starting shakes. Obviously he's starstruck with dr collins is. This is an interview with dr collins. we're talking about the vaccine okay. So here's scary. go Scary did you have a question for dr collins. I just wanted to know when you speak of efficacy and percentage and stuff like that. Could you explain a little bit about how it keeps people from death and from being in the hospital from that point confusion out there in here is the problem with that..
Phil Mickelson Becomes Oldest to Win a Major
"An epic final round of the pga championship gave us phil mickelson warding off challenges from brooks koepka and louis blues tyson yesterday and in the end mickelson from sixteen feet is work. Just a little bit from left to right. His works down the slope left to right up to the top and that stopped six inches away. But phil mickelson is going to tap in for he is going to shoot a one over seventy three in a final round but phil mickelson creates and sess professional golf history the oldest to win a major championship phil mickelson embraces. His brother tamra phil mickelson is champion of the hundred and third pga championship. Yes at fifty years. Old mickelson phil mickelson becomes the oldest golfer ever to win a major championship with a two stroke. Victory phil obviously cherish. The moment i'm old. And i look great naked with the naked it At an older age you cannot be at your best. Just takes a little more work. And i'm going to cherish this This tournament as though it's my last because it very well may be but hopefully not
"two strokes" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Six under Karni. Phil Mickelson after the boat, you know, at six on the tea here, the Far 5/7 is par five Gonna play. Quite differently than it has First three rounds when into the Players face is a little bit off the left, maybe coming out of 11 o'clock here. Gotta avoid the sandy areas to the right. The person with the driver makes contact. It seems like he likes this one working down the left hand side of the fairway. That's gonna be just fine. Here's what you've missed so far. Phil Mickelson missed the fairway at one dumped it on the front of the green and three putted. Brooks kept guy had this for our first two strokes. Swing of the day. 12.5 ft sends this up. The slope needs to turn looking good has a chance he made it. Books kept up with the burning at the first that didn't take long. Nicholson with the buggy kept going to seven under, and he's our new leader. At the second kept a hit It left hit a tree had all kinds of problems in the sand down the left hand side made seven and Phil Mickelson had this for a three stroke. Swing fills problems. Arts in that Russia's wells really dried out. Face open gets it just on the green that working up to the whole out of the left, and that's well done for Phil Mickelson inside two ft. That will be for birdie to get back to seven under here in the second. Two strokes. Swing it one. He's just gonna walk right up and tap it in. Take that right back to seven under. This could be a two or possibly three strokes swing. Hear it, too. And that's what it would be. Phil wasn't done. Here was his third at five. Phil Mickelson walks into the sandy area here and part 3 50 may need to try to land it. On top of that. Ball released down little down soap, splashed it out, lands it on that release you towards the cup out right going left at it Pickles and holds it from the sandy area heard five years back. Seven under par. Just when you thought Brooks was gonna make one, then the very next hole fill Mrs Green can't make his far Brooks back in the fairway smelling blood in the water. Works capital with 120 yards to a front right hole location. Wind blowing hard from the golfers left. And kept it takes this whole high left. That's a beauty. That's about five FT away and Brooks captain with a great opportunity here to pick up a shot and get to six under par. Well done. Right. We couldn't written a script.
"two strokes" Discussed on 40oz Hemlock
"All this uncertainty and randomness behind the universe is going to be used to bolster this idea that we really create the world with our minds and therefore everything's a construction of ours races. Construction genders. That construction sexy. We're all these things are constructions. Remind because we're creative creek creating the world as we live it right. This is going to be the point. Where these two strands of atheism or these. Two strokes strands of materialism meet. It's already starting to happen. That's just my view. It's for a different show. But anyways here. He is on the on the nice leather couch in the beautiful library seeking the truth. And i'm sorry but that's just not what happens. You know what this is not. We don't want the truth because the truth means that we're in trouble all right because we're lawbreakers and we know it because we can't get away from this idea that there's a way that we're supposed to behave and don't know get away from it. Even the folks who want to say there's no rule where you're supposed to behave behaved. Chastise everyone for behaving a certain way. You can't get away from it. You can't get away from sin. I mean you can but not the way these folks want to and there's only one way to get away from it. So is mathematics invented by humans.
"two strokes" Discussed on WTOP
"Now to Rob would fork all right, Dick, the Nationals, Aaron, a four game win streak that's taken them from worst to first in the N L. East. Today, they rode Ryan Zimmerman's bat and Max Choosers right arm to a 31 victory over the Marlins to sweep the series at Nats Park. Sure, they're tossed nine strikeouts. And what was his 12th career complete game? And if you think that's a full load, consider the fact he immediately left The ballpark for Daddy duty. Because his wife is in labor with their third child. Young Combs is impressed. He's been an amazing picture his whole career and it almost comes down to like some of these out his, you know, he finds these new motivations, obviously, from the broken nose. Thank you found a new motivation just came out and Del. And today after the game we talked a little bit is like, you know, having the baby tonight might as well It's like that or pinch like a man, in the words of Max Gomez batted like a grown man. He had a game high two hits. Zim's 430 ft. Three run blast goes down is his fourth of the season, and that helps the Nazi even their record of 12 and 12 on the year. The Orioles also trying to win 1/4 straight to get to 500, but they're getting some resistance in Oakland, where the A's and owes all knotted up at four apiece in the bottom of the fifth inning. In the top of the fifth train, Manzini drove in two runs on an infield single. We're minutes from kickoff between undefeated James Madison in North Dakota. In their FCS quarterfinal. The Duke's entered this game boasting the top ranked defense in the FCS, and they're coming off a 300 yard rushing performance. Last week, The Maryland women's lacrosse team fell in the Big 10 tournament final toe 17 12 2, undefeated, Northwestern and engulf Keegan. Bradley fell two strokes behind the leader behind leader Sam Burns, now in the final round of the Valspar Championship, had a double bogey on the par three. 13th hole. Rob would fork W T OBY sports. Okay, Rob coming up traffic and weather and then Mary Bowser's plan to reduce the number of cars on the streets of the district, 5 47. We made Yusa insurance for members like Martin, a veteran.
"two strokes" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"Doing now. Yeah nobody seems to know what you're doing now especially rob manfred but you know the the whole thing is a great story and put a put on a great great performance down there and i don't what was his number going off. I think you gave us the odds for him. Going off. i mean it was. It was pretty massive. I think maybe around forty to one. I think he's got a great golf game. He's he's closely. He gets involved in pretty much everyone he plays in it. I feel like he's in the top ten or top twenty most of the time. Yeah i mean he is very robotic and then after he won you saw his personality is. He's slapping hands and smiling and he's shirley's things that you'd never really seen from him. If you're paying attention a golfing got a little dicey there you know. Is he's bogeying a coupla zander. Schaaf lee birdies three holes in a row sharply. Had that triple bogey and then my matsuyama had a bogey as well but still was able to gain two strokes because shop. Lease a triple bogeys. They're playing together but yet he was able to. I mean it's it's a huge the. It's hard for me to kind of understand what it means for japan. Quite frankly but everybody that say this. Is the tiger woods situation of japan. He's the tiger woods of japan. And now he's the biggest sports star that they have hands down and this is going to be able to ride this for the rest of his life billion dollars billion unbelievable soy knicks. One game last night. That's two in a row now. I was reading one of the articles in in the post today saying like eight. I don't want them in a playing game. I want them. I want them to solidify a playoff spot. Yeah i know and so do i. And this is something we've been talking about from the beginning especially because we had seen them as high as fourth in the eastern conference and you don't want to be in that situation where it's a one and done when you've had a year like this but unfortunately this is what the playoffs are this year and the knicks are back in the mix. So yeah it doesn't feel really like the playoffs unless you're in a series unless you're in a seven series doesn't feel like the plight o on a playoff game playing game or any of that stuff. I want them to make the playoffs. And hopefully they will and at two in a row now and last night. Their defense was great in the first half. They're shooting was awful in the second half but they hung on on they won game. That's totally all that matters did you. Did you see that kyrie irvings. Now gone for personal reasons again. This is the third time this season. They ended up personal reasons. Yes the first one very long couple of weeks but the interesting thing this this comes off of him getting jack. The explosion against the lakers. Yeah.
Corey Conners makes hole-in-one at the par-3 sixth in Round 3 of Masters
"Hot front nine, highlighted by a hole in one on the par 36 whole. It's actually the sixth ace on the sixth hole in Masters history. He now sits two strokes back at five under for the tournament, headlining the early golfers. Phil
"two strokes" Discussed on G&Q Review
"As a single player game. No you scores. Yeah well yeah and usually when you get it in the water you get like plus warner or plus. Two strokes added so right. Yeah so and they would. I guess in both of the other. You know What's his name comings and the professional golfer who jesper parnevik. Yeah that guy They both made it over and didn't hit in the they ain't even finished the game. Aren't they ever finished the game. He got a home one in. That was the end of the movie. It just wasn't even a home. One is like a birdie. There's just to got it over the water and it went in immediately yet wasn't good. It didn't set up like they could have been like okay. The score is this. You need to hit a home one to win. Otherwise we there was none of that. There was his team mate. Who was hyped. Up to be the best golfer in the film he hits in the water and then see no who obviously is the worst golfer. all four i mean. That's obvious that's how they actually portrayed it. He's the worst golfer out of the four. we know he hasn't been like practising or he doesn't fogs his dat. He just made his dad proud or something. We're having to his dad down telling you. They had potential they just he. I don't know the they just turned the main do in the whole man plot. The little guys. Yeah forgot about that kind of blocked. Battling out yeah didn't really make sense like the dad because i forgot what the guy's name is but the dad amulet okkas carman's cummings. He goes to the club. And i thought that he was gonna do something. He's going to see a son or something at the club. Like are you going to the club. No he's going to hire a hitman in front of twenty people. It's only a hundred large. It's only one hundred thousand dollars to murder one hundred and the guy was like and then he's like one hundred large like if you're going to hit really you thought. When he said one hundred he he meant hundred dollars like know. What fuck or god. I grant i. I firmly believe that all of these movies have.
"two strokes" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"Patrick reed is just brooks kept because it's just a phenomenal field. Obviously guys might be wanting to do a little bit of early reconnaissance For the us open summer but this is always a great spot always draws a great field now thing and we've talked about him before it just there are some issues in some issues especially it seems like with the potter. I know that last year around this time or shortly after the restart had some issues closing things out on sunday. Does that have any effect on on the way. You view tony. The you'll view moving forward. Does he have to Proverbially show you something rick. I don't think so. Chris because we've seen this for four and a half years now. I mean this is literally the same thing every time and and i understand. It is hard to win golf tournaments. You are fractions of inches away from making putts one bounce in the wrong direction or good bounce for someone else In the field kind of decides a lot of these so he's got a bit unlucky but he's also yeah. You just hasn't played well on sundays. Hits the ball into the water on sunday last week. He misses a three foot. Putt those two strokes alone or three strokes alone might not have done the trick. It stuff like that. That routinely happens for attorney fee now and you wonder. Is it just a matter of time before he breaks through again. Or is this a real thing where you know he has sunday woes. And it's and it's always going to rear. Its ugly head if you had to. Rick run good dot com one of the tools. There is the cheat sheet. And you expect rick tony fee now. Despite all of that to be very highly owned this week. I do and Not only does he have a great record around here. F- four or excuse me five consecutive years inside the top eighteen. Three of them are top. Sixes or better females a very popular very public golfer. He makes a lot of birdies in the fantasy. World is highly valuable even though he doesn't close out for victory often once since twenty. You know once In his career in two thousand sixteen he seems to find a way to make it into a lot of people's lineup. So yes i actually at the moment have him being as what is essentially the highest own golfer on the slate this week. You know i guess the interesting thing too is that as many putts as he seems to mess with the fact that he never really seems to drop bombs. Or maybe it's the guys he's playing with that are webb simpson Especially couple years. Ago comes to mind when i was holding a tony female last year whenever that was he's not putting particularly poorly from a strokes gain standpoint. So maybe it's just you know rolling a couple of putts in and that could change the entire complexity of tony fee now because all the other numbers. Czar great what. He's doing from a strokes game perspective. Yeah for sure and when you look at his results you're like okay finished fourth last week. That's awesome like like if you didn't watch sunday very true. Had an awesome week so when you start rolling through the box scores. If you're not fully immersed in in golf like like you and i you look at this and say well. He's got a lot of tennessee. Plays well you might not even know that. He struggles on sundays. Let's talk a little bit about The dfs card. Rick and again you. Rick run good dot com and check out all of the tools there the preview videos also the cheat that's up for not just the pga but the euro tour and more top the card we mentioned. Jon rahm rory mcilroy..
"two strokes" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Arizona's news station K T a R News, 92 3 FM, The Gators and Chad Show afternoons. It is storytime first one of the year 2021 on the Gators and chat show. Basically, what we have given you this week is a lot of news 19 hours. Was in 45 minutes on right now we want to share something from our personal lives. That's how we end the show on Friday. Chad, would you like to go first? Yeah, my little man, Jack. So 10 years old 10 years old love in life living the dream. He loves sports. He doesn't He loves football, but for Christmas, we got him a little third Pike. Little dirt bike, right goes like 15 20 Miles now. Oh, Thought he'll enjoy this. Not just a regular dirt bike. This is a dirt bike builder pie Kerry consume around. I figure he's going to enjoy this. I didn't realize it and he didn't. He doesn't just enjoy it. He has a love of something even more so than he loves football and anything else I've ever seen. All he wants to do is dirt bike, and he's obsessed with the now so much so that normally so he uses my like my YouTube account where you can go and you have to sit through the commercials, But then he'll go and he'll he'll subscribe to people. It used to be all about fortnight in football. Those are all gone Now I have all of these motorcross people on my things and he's dead. He's dead. Hey, I think I need to get out. I think I need you know this one's electric and it goes like 15 or 20, but I think I need a I want a two stroke. And he's you know, Do you think I'd get you know? I want to get it. You know, he wants to get the full outfit. He wants the helmet. It is. I have never seen him like this. It is insane. And yet I love every second of it because you know, my dad played pro baseball. I played baseball for a little bit when I was a kid, but I played I like a lot of kids. We all played all the sports. It was his time for baseball, them soccer or whatever. But the minute I kicked a soccer ball, that was it. You knew it and it was a sparkle and as much as he likes football, and what the reasons I think he likes it because he's good at it. He loves this. He I've never seen him love anything more than this and to get him off of fortnight and the computer when it's not Situation where you know, and it's unfortunate cause I got to stay inside their houses and you know, in California stuff like that. But to get him off of that and see him embrace something like this. It is pretty awesome, and all I kept thinking myself is could he pick something less expensive? And could he also pick something that I would do with him? Because I just feel like I'll donate a kidney if I try some of this stuff. Eventually, But I am beyond thrilled that he seems to have some and he's talking about all the time and it is. It's great. I wish you wouldn't play golf, but it is what it is. Well, I mean, I think it's great to watch your kid do something that they love so much, and especially now it gets him outside in the fresh air, not sitting on the couch playing the computer. All that kind of stuff, actually get some outside What's unfortunately, they're kind of forced to do at this moment in time, especially in places like California where virtually you can't do anything, but this is something That he is wholly embraced like nothing I've ever seen. And he's not just looking into ou the cool things. He's eating up the minutia of what's a two stroke. What's a four stroke? What's the CC and all those kind of things? It's awesome. Story time on the Gators and Chad. Shall We kind of bringing into our personal lives here at the end of the show on a Friday?.
Woman killed by flesh-eating bacteria contracted on Florida beach
"A Florida woman is dead after she went for a walk on the beach along the Gulf of Mexico trapped in a hole and cut her toe she died from a flesh eating bacteria in the waters off of Anna Maria island the seventy seven year old died on Friday or family says the infection caused her to suffer two strokes and kidney failure this is the second flesh eating bacteria infection in Florida a young girl from Indiana suffered an infection earlier this month which she was swimming in the waters off of
Woman's death from flesh-eating bacteria shines light on rare infection
"A Florida woman is dead after contracting a flesh eating bacteria in the waters off of Anna Maria island Lynn Fleming cutter leg during a swim on June fourteenth was hospitalized days later with necrotizing fasciitis well the seventy seven year old from Ellenton died on Friday the family says the infection caused her to suffer two strokes and kidney
Green Bay Packers And Eighty Five Year discussed on Brian Noonan
"Star, though, hall of Famer quarterback who led the Green Bay Packers victory in the first two Super Bowls has died. Eighty four of eighty five year old star had been in failing health, suffering, two strokes, a heart attack in two thousand
Tiger Woods wins Tour Championship by two strokes
"Stafford threw for two hundred sixty two yards two touchdowns and of pick on the week three score board. It was the Seahawks over the Cowboys twenty four thirteen bear sixteen cardinals fourteen the battle of LA the Rams over the chargers. Thirty-five Twenty-three Panthers. Thirty one twenty one on the saints over the falcons forty-three thirty-seven Redskins. Thirty one Packers seventeen the eagles. The colts twenty sixteen in his season debut. Carson Wentz threw for two hundred and fifty five yards. A touchdown pick. The Bill stunned the Vikings twenty-seven six the
Community mourns Missouri duck boat victims
"Claims an FBI documents that he was targeted for recruitment by the Russian government, and that he collaborated and conspired with Moscow house oversight committee, chair tray gouty told FOX corner pages, more like inspector gadget than he is Jason or JAMES BOND Trump never met him. Trump never had a conversation with him on Air Force. One returning to Washington from New Jersey. President Trump again, tweeted that the Russia probe was a hoax. An armed standoff involving hostages at a loss Angeles trader Joe's ended with one female store employees, death, the suspect in the hostage, taking his twenty-eight-year-old gene Atkins CBS's. Jamie Yuccas Atkins is being held onto million dollars bail as police continue to investigate here at the trader Joe's. It is not clear if the employees who died was shot by the suspect or by police in the crossfire police had been chasing Atkins authorities, say he earlier shot his grandmother, an argument over his girlfriend, a community. Came, together today to honor the victims, of the duck boat accident, in Missouri I'm Jim Krasula in southwestern Missouri there was talk of community oneness and reaching out. At a memorial service for the seventeen people who died and the Thursday night duck. Boats sinking on table rock lake. In Ozark mountain country doing extra. Is ordinary and, we've never seen that anymore clearly manifest than Thursday and Friday, this past, week the Reverend Tom. Wilcox's pastor of first Presbyterian church in Branson Jim chrysalis CBS news point lookout Missouri The senate's. Top democrat wants a stepped up crackdown on so called, ghost guns, WCBS Steve, burns Senator Chuck Schumer maintains the administration, is doing, away with, the old, rules thanks to, lobbying from gun advocates there fanatics in the gun lobby they believe every American should have, a gun three d. printed guns Schumer says plastic but, we can still do some serious. Damage they can also go through metal detectors unnoticed earning him the moniker ghost guns if the Trump administration doesn't put a stop. To this he says pass legislation do our best acid expects bipartisan support one bad. Swing cost Tiger Woods the British. Open but he's looking on the. Bright side is, gonna stink for for a little bit here but given where, I was, to where I'm, at, now Blessed the Victor by two, strokes was, Francesco Molinari's, the first Italian to win the British, Open this, is CBS, news to, experience relief from, foot and leg cramps use theraworx relief get theraworx relief today in the pain relief file, at your local pharmacy ask your pharmacist for theraworx relief Now from the KIRO..
McDonald's to Switch to Paper Straws in Britain as Country Turns Against Plastic
"A crowded nightclub in venezuela's capital saturday after a tear gas device exploded during a brawl and triggered a stampede among hundreds gathered for a graduation celebration officials say h children were among those killed eight people were detained including two teens believed responsible for setting off the tear gas canister a dramatic third round of the us open what an interesting day at shinnecock hills phil mickelson he took a shot the ball started rolling as if it was going to go down a hill he started running after it and did something you were i would do he hit it back while it was still going dustin johnson finishing up as he has tied at plus three with daniel berger tony fee now at last year's champion brooks kepco burger in phoenix minus four johnson blew up he was dust in the wind on the front nine when he shot six over phil mickelson tied for sixty fourth took the two stroke penalty he still in it but happy birthday phil fox's jared max mcdonald's rolling out paper straws in europe donald says plastic straws will begin to disappear from restaurants in the uk and ireland in september to be replaced with pita alternatives the bogus chain is the latest in a series of businesses in the uk to move away from the u tonsils but donald tsang it's a switch to customers want to see another markets could follow the chain says it will begin testing alternatives to plastic straws in france sweden norway and some restaurants in the us beginning later this year in london simon owen fox news.
Recap: Tiger Woods' Round 1 at Wells Fargo Championship
"I am jim baskerville tiger woods is six strokes back after the opening round of the pga's wells fargo championship at quail hollow in charlotte john peterson tops the leaderboard following a six hundred sixty five that included eagles on back to back holes he's two strokes ahead of five players espn golf analysts michael collins on the wilkin show with l dunkin and matt berry on how he fared tiger early early in the round it seemed like he wasn't really hitting it real crisp and actually hit a very bad tee shot at the parthree six fried egg lie in the bunker and shortsighted but hit an amazing bunker shot up to about four feet to save par he was one over at.
James, Seattle and Freddie discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow & Elisa Jaffe
"Game he had an american bald eagle land on his upper back and shoulder that eagle part of the pregame ceremony for some reason james was a pretty decent land spot james handled it quite nicely no issues related to that so with the loss the ems are now three and three on the season day one of the masters in the books jordan speak your leader by two strokes after the first eighteen holes after he delivers a six under par score tony fee now who yesterday celebrating a hole in wondering the parthree competition dislocated his ankle he played well today well enough that he's just two shots back tied for second with matt kuchar freddie couples of course is from seattle had a solid day freddie is at even par ryan more out of.