36 Burst results for "Two Thousand One"
John Zmirak Details All the Times George W Bush Mislead the People
"So in my columnists dream dot org w. e. hardly knew i go through all the times. George w bush misled us when on the campaign trail. He promised a modest are policy modest foreign policy. This man who proceeded to try to build a global empire. My theory on what motivated w though is a is a simple one. When he was collecting his gentleman sees at yale. I'm he wasn't known for schoolwork but he was known for before drinking a lot and playing risk. Remember that team risk. We used to play by certainly do back. In the days of the board games bright he played it every night at yale. And you and i know from having played what is the key to winning. Where's controlling the middle east. That stuck in judges head very little else. That happened second said. But i think control the middle east. That kinda stuck stuck in their long with the advice from his dad's oil buddies. I first of all spent the summer of two thousand one. Ignoring the i reports al-qaeda plans to fly airliners into us buildings there were reports. We've seen them they. He just didn't act on. The planes hit the buildings. What does he do he flies. Every member of the bin laden family out of america instance. First thing he does every member the bin laden family he gets them safely the country. Okay break this down hold on break it down for me and my audience the family. Why are they saudi friends. Who are they yes. They weren't saudi friends his and made sure that every member of that family was safely removed from the country. Within twenty hours was on top priority. He summoned a group of of of muslim leaders and held a press conference the next day calling islam. A religion of peace and saying these attacks had nothing to do with jihad and nothing to do with islam. That was a lie that he maintain all through his eight years in office. That jihad has nothing to do with islam. Al qaeda has. It's just a weird wild perversion of islam. As opposed to what you and i know that it is simply orthodox islam put into practice period. He lied about that he knew better. He lied he lied to america. Ocoee covered up the connections of the saudi arabian government to al-qaeda and now the fbi just last weekend revealed some of the details that at least one. Saudi diplomat in the us was paying for the hotel rooms of the hijackers before they did the hijack.
Fresh update on "two thousand one" discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily
"Thanks for joining us. I'm the well swan reading or linda. Feldmann susan cody has long been an educator on september eleventh. Two thousand one. She was linda's daughters fourth grade teacher at john. Eden elementary school in washington dc. Today she helps run a nonprofit for burmese teachers of english in myanmar the pandemic halted in person training and then the military coup in february suspended. The program altogether this past week gift of education started a new program. Teaching children who are unable to attend government. Schools and students are eager to walk thirty five minutes each way from a teak logging camp in the mountains to a village with internet access. Ms cody is professional. Evolution didn't happen in a vacuum in two thousand twelve. Her marine son nile cody. Sears was killed by an i. E. d. in afghanistan..
Seattle Mariners to Host 2023 MLB All-Star Game
"The seattle mariners. Won't say why. Ken griffey junior and edgar martinez have space needle flag-raising duty this afternoon but were it is that it's to announce the m.'s. Will host an upcoming all star game at t. mobile park. Espn says their sources. Say seattle is the pick for twenty twenty three the last time the hosted was back in two thousand one which is also the last time. The team made the playoffs. Still working on that second part
Lawyer for Prince Andrew vows he'll fight 'baseless' lawsuit
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting prince Andrew intends to respond to a new lawsuit and attorney for Britain's prince Andrew says Andrew was not properly served a copy of a new lawsuit filed by a woman who says she was coerced into having sex with the royal when she was seventeen attorney Andrew Brettler told a judge in New York Monday the claim by Virginia's you free is baseless nonviable and potentially unlawful you free alleges she was one of many girls and young women sexually abused by convicted sex offender and billionaire Jeffrey Epstein in her lawsuit and in interviews you free says she traveled to London with abstain in two thousand one and had sex with Andrew before two more sexual encounters with the prince in New York and the U. S. Virgin Islands Andrew has denied the allegations hi Mike Rossio
Do People 25 or Younger Know What Happend on 9/11?
"Mentioned that on friday but saturday was the actual anniversary of nine. Eleven if you have a grandchild or child who is under twenty five. That means they would have no recollection of the event. That's a lot of people. Anyone under twenty five th and believe me for all intents and purposes twenty six twenty seven would probably fit to how much the remember of the in the news when you were six. I'm dennis prager by the way and welcome to the show so you ask them what happened on nine eleven. Just say what happened on nine eleven. Don't even give the year that'll confuse them can expect them to know that much. Two thousand one. What happened on nine. Eleven if you Have a nephew niece grandchild child and they are again a under twenty five twenty six years of age. Ask them what happened on nine eleven. My my suspicion is that many will not know and if they know they will say. The america was attacked by airplanes. I i i don't know if they'll use the word terrorist than i don't know if identify them as islamist on ice. I strongly suspect they won't identify them. Which is sort of like saying what happened at pearl harbor. America was attacked. By whom don't know the that would be an analogous example. So i if you have any answer to that love to. I mean you would have to be tomorrow. Obviously but i would be very interested. You send me an email. Dennis prager dot com. I would be most interested in knowing what the twenty five or under in your life would answer that question very good and then show them the preview video. If if you can't ask your grandchild or your child for five minutes. I don't want to the press you that shows year really walking on eggshells with your own child or grandchild
A Stroll Through Racing History: September 11th
"On september tenth. Two thousand one keeneland association in lexington kentucky opened its annual september. Yearling sale a colt by leading sire storm cat. Top the opening session at five point. Five million dollars the final crop of legendary sire. Mr prospector was attracting considerable interest. As well it was business as usual but the following morning as handlers presented yearlings to prospective buyers in the bar area and as consigners were busy rushing updates to the sales pavilion images of coordinated terrorist attacks on the united states began. Filling newscasts being streamlined. On television monitors located throughout keeneland sales complex there were horrific images from new york from washington dc and from pennsylvania the nation was thrown into chaos on the keeneland sales grounds individuals who only moments earlier had been preoccupied with selling and buying horses suddenly stopped. They stared in disbelief struggling to comprehend what was unfolding on the east coast. Keeneland officials immediately announced that the start of the sale will be delayed by one hour but then as the depth of the attacks became more fully known. The decision to the way became a decision to postpone with keeneland. The mount saint that the sale would not continue until the following day at the earliest given that it was tuesday. Only eleven tracks across the country rescheduled the host. Live racing the downs at albuquerque delaware. Park fairmount park fair. Plex finger lakes great lakes downs. The meadowlands mountaineer racetrack philadelphia park prairie meadows and sunray park all eleven canceled. Most racing facilities would remain closed the following day as well at keeneland the president. Nick nicholson announced the formation of a red cross relief fund. It raised one hundred thirty thousand dollars within the first twenty. Four hours in the midst of the shock. Anger and sadness. There was also a stronger sense of community beginning to emerge
Remembering 9/11, 20 Years On
"Terrorist attacks can shake the foundations of our biggest buildings but they cannot touch the foundation of america. Some of what we heard from president. George w bush on the evening of september eleventh. Two thousand one back with tonight. Michael beschloss celebrated author and presidential historian his latest work presidents of war. Michael also has a show called fireside history with michael beschloss. It premiered tonight and you can catch it this weekend on the choice from msnbc which is streaming on peacock. Michael so much. I want to talk about tonight. But our own mark. Murray compared nbc news polling. He found that after nine eleven seventy-two percent said the country was headed in the right direction. As of august only twenty nine percent say the country is headed in the right direction. Wonder was it an illusion to think that in times of crisis americans have always come together or have we as a people really changed that much since nine eleven. I think our system has basically broken down in the last twenty years in a way that no longer do we. Are we in a position to depend on the kind of unity for instance that we saw after pearl harbor with franklin roosevelt in nineteen forty
Former Airline Ticket Agent Recalls Helping 9/11 Hijackers Board Flight
"One story that. I saw that i did not know before and believe me. If this for you this would bother you to even twenty years. Later is an abc news story. They talked to a man by the name of vaughan. Alex who back on september eleventh two thousand one was ticket agent at dulles international airport and two guys arrived and they seem to be in a hurry. They wanted to make flight seventy seven. That's the one that slammed into the pentagon. Let's play this story from. Abc news the interview. Done by gio benitez when you come in here and you see that ticket counter does it bring you back to that morning. Everything brings you back to that morning. Vaughn alex is talking about the morning. That changed our world. Chaos in new york at the moment. They're not one but two incidents too late arriving first class passengers came rushing through the doors at dulles international airport in virginia. They're late they stop. They were confused. They were looking back and forth and then they need to be lying for where. I was working by. Von was at the american airlines ticket counter. Training to age we were just sitting around and too late. Passengers came running in the terminal. Stopped and i was joking. I looked at at my agents. And i said watch these for flight seventy seven and they were but as we now know. They weren't just any passengers. They were salem and waffle. Hosby me two of the five hijackers on flight seventy seven which later crashed into the pentagon. So you had about twenty minutes until that flight while just under twenty minutes. And i told the agents because they were new i said. Let me show you how we handle late arriving passengers and we did everything. According to the book
Prince Andrew Served With US Civil Suit, Lawyers Say
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting attorneys say prince Andrew has been served with the U. S. civil suit attorneys representing Virginia Jew free have served Britain's prince Andrew with legal papers in a U. S. civil suit you free alleges she was sexually assaulted by the prince when she was seventeen your free content the late convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein forced her to have sexual encounters with Andrew in two thousand one and the prince knew she had been trafficked by Epstein attorney say the legal papers were handed over on August twenty seventh as first reported by Britain's Daily Mail newspaper failure to respond within twenty one days of the summons would be in a judgment against Andrew would be issued by default hi Mike Rossi up
What 9/11 Did to One Family
"Is one the thousands of people who lost someone. They love on september eleventh. Two thousand one twenty years ago now. Big brother bobby. Mcilvaine died that day in new york city at the age of twenty six. He was like reaching out insane. I want to show you my office and was specifically onto the because it was the last time i saw. He told this story to atlantic staff writer jennifer senior. Who wrote about the mcilveen for the atlantic magazine. How did this story come into your life. Well i mean the most obvious way it came into my life is that i knew bobby mcilvaine. He was my brother's roommate in college. He was my brother's roommate in new york city. When they were young then starting out. I would visit my brother at princeton. Bobby would be there and he would. Just be ridiculously precocious charming. He wanted to be a writer. But one of the things that bob learned early in his life in publishing is that a lot of people in publishing came from upper middle class families. They had cushions of money beneath their toes. And bobby's family didn't have that kind of money and bobby knew. He wanted to make a living and so he went into corporate. Pr after two years of being in book publishing. And that's how bobby ended up working for merrill lynch and going to work conference on one of the top floors of the north building of the world trade center on the morning of september eleventh. I went down had coffee and was going over my work like many americans on that morning. Bobby's mom. Helen was starting workday as a teacher and they had the tv set on in every classroom. And i my knees buckled and light. I had to be helped. Bobby's dad bob senior. Also a teacher at the time was also at work. It was on tv. I call home. Of course i try to bobby. We get colon now. The phone was ringing. No one could reach bobby. His parents is friends his girlfriend or his brother. Jeff
20 Years After 9/11, Work of Identifying Remains Continues
"Officials in New York or announcing they've identified the remains of two more victims of the September eleventh terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center just days before the twentieth anniversary of the devastating attacks that killed nearly three thousand people and jolted the nation the medical examiner's office says technicians using DNA were able to identify the remains of Dorothy Morgan of Hempstead New York she was a broker for marsh and McLennan officials also determined the identity of a man whose remains were recovered in separate fines in two thousand one two thousand two and two thousand six his family is asking the name be withheld it's the first time in two years new identifications have been made eleven hundred remains are still unidentified even though teams are still working to match DNA to fragments found chief medical examiner of New York Barbara Sampson says they pledge to do everything they can to make sure all those lost that day can be reunited with their families I'm Jackie Quinn
Ex-Wrestler Daffney Unger, AKA Scream Queen, Dies at 46
"Tragedy i'm talking about is the passing of shannon spro. Scream queen she. She passed away at the age of forty six and just to give her a little love. Man debut in in professional wrestling in nineteen ninety nine. She made an immediate impact in. Wcw as daphne she. She did that gothic and de energetic and she was maniacal and she was most known for that that high piercing high pitch screen in after leaving w in two thousand one spro continued on into the business briefly work in early in tna as well xp w in ring of honor and may two thousand three. She signed a developmental deal with wwe but was released. By year's end later appearances for shimmer in other independent promotions and briefly left the business in the mid two thousands role was an icon. She was treasure. She was loved. She will be missed.
CIA Veteran: Al-Qaida Will Rebuild Within Afghanistan
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a CIA veteran expects al Qaeda to rebuild within Afghanistan Michael Morell who was the C. I. A. analyst who briefed president George W. bush on September eleven two thousand one said Tuesday he's convinced the Taliban will invite al Qaeda to rebuild in Afghanistan or L. who twice served as acting CIA director spoke at an online forum sponsored by the US attorney's office for the Eastern District of Virginia it was one of a series of panels this week to commemorate the twentieth anniversary of the September eleven attacks rail twice served as acting CIA director and he briefed president Barack Obama on the intelligence that led to the killing of Osama bin laden he said there's no doubt in his mind the Taliban will give safe haven to al Qaeda and he believes al Qaeda's intention will be to build capability so they can attack us here at home Mike Rossio Washington
Afghanistan: The Impact of 20 Years of War
"September eleventh two thousand one al qaeda terrorists hijacked four planes in us skies. They flew to into the world trade center in new york. One into the pentagon passengers fought back on another flight. It crashed in pennsylvania. Almost three thousand people died on that day. Six thousand were injured three days later. September fourteenth. two thousand one congress authorized george w bush to send the united states military into afghanistan to root out al-qaeda who'd been harbored there by the taliban twenty years of war followed the longest continuous military conflict in united states. History last month almost exactly two decades after nine eleven. The taliban returned to power in afghanistan. This week we're seeking to better understand the impact of twenty years of war twenty years of politics and policy on individual you'll be hearing from afghan women from us veterans and from others about how choices made in washington and kabul shaped their own lives. We don't claim that these individuals are wholly representative of any one group. No one is but perhaps we might better understand the consequences of national and international hubris bellicosity and even idealism by listening to some of the people who lived through the consequences of those historic forces. All the times. I have nightmares taliban coming into kabul. And i i have no job will burqa. Or they're beating beating me. So the fears become true. They enter the cover but The women's like me other women. They're still in the dangers.
How Will the Taliban Govern Afghanistan?
"Now that the taliban has swept back into power in afghanistan after twenty years of war there shortly planning to reveal a new government. The new administration is keen to be recognized by the west as a legitimate power as the country faces economic meltdown and his badly in need of donor. Funds will join me on the line. Now is lynn o'donnell former ap and af bureau chief in afghanistan lynn. Thanks for coming on the program again. Before two thousand one when the taliban previously controlled the country what was the system of government. They used the hydro georgina. Thanks for having me on. It was pretty much a top down system with mullah omar the woman i'd later and co founder of the organization. Very much in charge. We're seeing now is is pretty much It looks like they going to have the man who has The job the position. That laura my head harbour tiller khanzada also as a symbolic head with finger bad conservatories that he hasn't been seen in public for a couple of years and they have been rumors that he died of covered last year. So there remains to be seen. But i'm below that pew type sort of symbolic position There is likely to be twelve man governing shura council and there were there was talk a couple of weeks diamonds. People that i was discussing this with that they would be. They were aiming for an inclusive style of government. That would bring me in People from an ethnic and religious groups that are not of the Same ilk the as the taliban instance Has ours was based at tadjiks and as she is but what they've been doing. So far indicates says inclusivity is not really likely to be at the heart of what if a government i come up with in the near
US President Biden Addresses Afghanistan Exit
"Yesterday afternoon. The commander in chief himself president biden marched into the east room of the white house addressed the nation and declared that. He's not the president of alarming images. He's not the picture of chaos rather. He's the man who had the guts to end the forever war. Our fellow americans war in afghanistan is now over. Let's get into this. We are joined now by. Abc's chief global affairs correspondent martha raddatz and retired army ranger in. Abc news contributor. Jericho denman who knows what. It's like to be deployed to afghanistan. Because he's been deployed many times. Martha can we start with this address. What did you notice from president biden. Here he was defiant and double down on his decision to withdraw troops from afghanistan. I was not going to extend this forever. War hours not extending a forever exit. He of course talked about the success of the evacuation mission and it has been enormously successful in that they got more than one hundred twenty two thousand people out really in a matter of days. That number is more than double but most experts solar possible no nation no nation has ever done anything like it in all history but the reason they had to have that emergency evacuation was because of the way this withdrawal was handled and what they didn't know by the time i came to office. The taliban was it a strongest military position since two thousand one. They didn't know the taliban would take over in eleven days and it led to chaos and desperation. But if you listen to that speech it's really largely. I'm getting out of afghanistan for all the reasons he said
Is FBI's Magic Lantern the Ultimate Keylogger?
"This malware called magic lantern. And i find it fascinating. It usually infects a computer through an email attachment. You get email which says to open the attachment and when you do zane. Your computer is infected. And what magic lantern does. Is it record your key strokes and sends everything you type back to a central system so the hackers can see everything you type now of course with a key stroke logger like this. It can pick up any message. You send the people private chats and of course your passwords to who's the shady hacking group that uses magic lantern the f. b. i. In two thousand one someone issued a freedom of information request and got back information. The fbi uses this magic lantern malware to capture key strokes on target computers. No i'm under the impression that the fbi would need to get permission to use the software like a search warrant or something so this would classify magic lantern to be a lawful intercept mechanism meaning. They had permission to basically wiretaps on one. But this sparked a debate in the security community. The question was if the fbi has legal permission to eavesdrop on someone by using magic lantern should antivirus and security companies detect and report on this activity. Of course the fbi would like to go unnoticed in any kind of stealth mission and would rather antivirus companies not alert when they see this but on the other hand. That's the whole point of antivirus software to alert. When something is going on and shouldn't be happening. F secure antivirus company based in finland said right away that they would absolutely report on this but they're in finland the fbi is in the us. Mcafee an american antivirus tools said they would not alert the user if the tool saw magic lantern trigger and that it would ignore it later. They denied saying they're saying they do. In fact alert when magic lantern is detected on a computer but this opens a door to a strange world of allies and enemies. And it's hard to know who to trust when the software you buy might be lying to you or when the fbi is busy infecting people with malware to spy on them.
Biden to Pay Respects to US Troops Killed in Afghanistan
"President Biden is making a solemn journey to honor and mourn the thirteen US troops killed in the suicide attack near Kabul airport the remains of the thirteen eleven marines one navy sailor and one army soldier are being flown to Dover airforce base in Delaware president Biden and his wife Jill are there to meet with their families and attend a dignified transfer military ritual of receiving the remains of fallen troops killed in foreign combat among the dead the oldest was thirty one while the other twelve were all in their twenties five for just twenty four not long before the attacks of September eleventh two thousand one that spurred the United States to invade Afghanistan in order to topple al Qaeda and dismantle the Taliban hosts who ruled the country I'm Ben Thomas
Leon Panetta Says US Troops Will Need to Return to Afghanistan
"Thirteen american ranger dead and corman among them navy. Cormon and many are wounded and being evacuated to germany. Evacuations have resumed at kabul airport. Security is still being handled jointly between the taliban and the united states marines on the wall. Up two thousand one hundred eligible afghans will be left behind that are eligible to britain. We don't know. The number of americans are going to be left behind. President biden last night in halting address that left everyone wondering whether or not he actually is going to make it. He looked frail and frazzled. And of course he. I think he's overwhelmed. The exit will continue and the americans will be left behind and he gave us assurances just like he gave his assurances that kabul wooden fall and just like. He gave us assurances. The airport was safe. He gave us assurances. We'll get those americans out. I don't believe it. I think this is a catastrophe. But i've been saying that for weeks last night. Leon panetta secretary of defense under president. Obama said this erin. Burnett on cnn. About what does the head cut. Thirty one bottom line is that our work is not done in afghanistan. i know we'll be removing our troops by a certain day about the bottom line is our our work is not done. We're going to have to go after isis. I'm glad the president said that we're going to hunt them down and make them pay a price for what they did in killing our our warriors and we should. We're going to have to go back in. He did isis or probably going to go have to go back in a win. Al qaeda resurrects itself as they will with this taliban. They gave safe haven to the kind of before. They'll do it again. So yeah you know. I understand that we're trying to get our troops out of there but the bottom line is we can leave a battlefield but we can't leave the war on terrorism which still is a threat to our security.
"two thousand one" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"And two thousand one he developed and published protocols for monitoring pets receiving long term medications such as anti inflammatories thyroid medications prednisone and more he developed a chart for jug monitoring guidelines that I still see hanging in dozens of veterinary hospitals today doctor ward is a pioneer in in many sense of the word he was he's one of the first to introduce the concept of early detection the pet parents mandatory pre surgical blood testing for dogs and cats and he pioneered and advocated for extended vaccination protocols as early as nineteen ninety nine he's given over fifty lectures in the U. S. Canada Europe and I mean he just talks about the importance of extended duration vaccines and he wrote produced veterinary staff training guide book on immunology and backs analogy two thousand four and in two thousand five he funded and founded the association for Pat obesity prevention to help raise awareness on the dangers of excessive weight in dogs and cats he's a published author or Chow hounds why are dogs are getting fatter and he co authored American animal hospital association's weight management guidelines for dogs and cats in two thousand fourteen so when it comes to keeping our pets fit doctor ward has real bone a few days he's been featured in over thirty different media outlets including NPR Rachel ray and after all of that he still finds time to be a personal trainer triathlon coach and multiple Ironman finisher hi guys family please join me in welcoming Dr Ernie ward to the show welcome doctor wart Hey thanks Courtney is great to be here thanks so much I I want to call your doctor or can I call you doctor early yes of course well fantastic doctor any we do something on this podcast which you know I'm so happy that you're able to join me for a second time you're probably familiar with it's called set the scene and this is just where you set the scene of where you grew up and how you actually developed such a love for pets can you set the scene for us of doctor who Ernie growing up and developing a love for pets you bet and the scene is rural south west Georgia and that's where I grew up and all of my family farms of my mother and father were the only two that actually went to college so they actually had different jobs but we still grew up surrounded by row crops and chickens and goats and horses and cows and all those types of critters so that's that's the scene that's didn't batted in who I am and of course that just extended out into me becoming a veterinarian and and I guess you know it's one of those things where I think there's really two types of veterinarians there are the veterinarians that sort of find it maybe in college they say what's what's a cool thing to study and that's awesome but for me I was born this way he was since I was knee high to a grasshopper I've known I was going to be a veterinarian so everything in my life is just been around it you know as as my wife and I we were recently at a charity event and we were and giving my wife is giving a little presentation and she was like you know this isn't who my husband is me being the husband there she goes it's just all he knows like you know it's every fiber and and I love that I feel very fortunate yeah it's literally in your DNA now one other thing that I'm not one other thing there's many other things but an amazing thing that just seems to be part of your DNA is also exercise what was your relationship exercise growing up and how did you arrive at doing triathlons and Iron Man race right and I was your classic nerd all through school so I was the smart guy I remember try out for football in ninth grade and the coach took me aside he said Hey ward I hear you're pretty smart guy why don't you go join the newspaper staff so I was not an athlete like you and and high school I was more of the editor and you know I I was doing those sorts of things but as I became an adult you know I I definitely was looking for ways to stay in shape and so when I'm busy you know I had a big practice at that time and you know I was just I felt like even though I've been a lifelong vegetarian I just wasn't quite where I wanted to be as far as fitness and so this is my late twenties and so I started on a journey to discover what would later turn into ultra endurance athletics which is Iron Man so I took like anybody else I got up off the couch started training for a five K. and went to ten K. star you in half marathons marathons and before you know it you know a decade has passed and you're in really good shape and you start tackle things like Iron Man and so for me I think that as you mentioned in the intro movement is part of life you know I think that we are by Peter creatures are dogs and cats are quadrupedal and we are designed to move from one place to another and I think that if you don't engage in physical activity you are not fully engaged in what I consider to be the human experience and certainly that applies to our dogs and cats as well so you for me Courtney I was just looking for ways to push myself mentally emotionally physically and that's why you know they're really two types of athletes in this world there those that like to be big and strong and move things short distances and there are those people that are sort of lean and slower and go long distances I definitely am in that category yeah you know when you mention that sort of triad of mental physical and emotional and spiritual health and or you know whatever emotional spiritual acts with the third of the triad there what I love about that is you hit all of the major points we don't talk so much about emotional and spiritual health obviously impacts because it's hard to jump inside their spirit emotions what what do you see as the main better it's to exercising with your parents yeah and corny I will make that leap and I I certainly publish many many articles with my opinion we see this in behaviors so dogs that have anxiety related problems that's typically a by product of lack of physical activity and mental stimulation interaction so you know when I look at this are they happy what's their quality of life look like and if I see anxiety and stress behaviors in a dog or cat the first thing I prescribe is increased physical activity because I know the connection there and I know not only how it helps humans but I've seen that in my own practice for twenty five years it's the best medicine you're right yeah for sure and I think that too often you know we we try to look for a solution and a prescription medication or even a surgical procedure or something like that win often if we would just get out the least we could probably find the same solution and a much safer fashion man that makes total sense it's like let's stay away from the meds on the shelf and let's pull out a leash was actually move and one of the things to court added me to jump in but just you know people are searching for these more natural alternatives you see this in the market place when it comes to pet foods people want organic and natural and yeah they want medications that aren't so synthetic and have all these side effects and yet while we're desperately searching for those things the most obvious natural remedy is exercise physical activity and and so you again if you're listening today ask yourself say you am I spending more time studying in examining the pet food labels but I am walking my dog and if so maybe we should start to flip that equation around a little bit one of the major benefits to exercise I find is reducing pad obesity there are a whole host of reasons in white she had obesity we can see common consequences from that whether it be diabetes increase weight on their joints in mobility and difficulty breathing have you seen in just in your experience at all your time with Pat's the benefit of helping to get tax down to a good well conditioned body weight and body condition absolutely I mean you went when I look at how can we improve the quality of life for the pets that we love it begins with maintaining a healthy weight because what's happening I mean if you just love getting into too much of the details when a pet has obesity they're in a chronic inflammatory state so you know how you feel when you have the flu well that's kind of how the body feels when there's obesity presents so you know I encourage people to take this very seriously right now me we're working with the AVMA and with several the European organizations you're we're we're working on actually following the human medical community lead I'm calling defining obesity as a disease and cuts as well so all that's happening this year it's very exciting stuff but none the less we're trying to do this to raise awareness and attention that you know when you're trying to say gosh you know what can I do to help my pet live a longer life a healthier life avoid cancers and high blood pressure and kidney failure and all those sorts of things what gets right back to maintaining a healthy weight and if you're listening today you go we know already that sounds great but I don't have time to train for a marathon you don't have to I mean we're really talking about small increments of physical activity walking your dog for fifteen minutes in the morning in fifteen minutes in the evening is about all most dogs really need I mean obviously we would like more it we like more structured but if you can just start walking your dog for thirty minutes a day that makes a huge difference I love that because not only are there a diverse Hannah plea of exercise that you can do with your dog I feel like let's simplify this a little bit a good old fashioned walk can be just as beneficial so when somebody adopts a new dog into their householder lovingly accept a new puppy into their household and they're just starting off and they say I want to get my dog started on regular walks and I want them started off on the right foot or should I say Paul but they want to do that what are some things they should do right or that starting off on a good walk for their new puppy is safe and they can be less concerned about some of the dangers out there right and the number one barrier to walking dogs is simply that they never train their dog to walk on the least to begin with I mean when we look at we surveyed this I mean this is something I've been deeply engaged with for the past fifteen years every survey that we do we say why don't you walk your dog more they say things like my dog doesn't behave my dog barks R. growls at other dogs my dog you know lunges on the lease so if you just brought a new puppy into your home or are a new dog the first thing I want you to.
"two thousand one" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Two thousand one. China was admitted to the World Trade Organization. our leaders then argued that this decision. what compelled China. to liberalize its economy and strengthen protections to provide. things that were unacceptable to us and for private property and for the rule of law. two decades later this theory has been tested and proven completely wrong. not only has China declined to adopt promised reforms. it has embraced an economic model. dependent on massive market barriers heavy state subsidies currency manipulation product dumping force technology transfers and the theft of intellectual property. and also trade secrets on a grand scale. as just one example I recently met the CEO of a. terrific American company micron technology. at the White House. micron produces memory chips used in countless electronics. to advance the Chinese government's five year economic plan. a company owned by the Chinese state. allegedly stole microns designs. valued at up to eight point seven billion dollars. soon the Chinese company obtains patents for nearly. an identical product. and like run was banned from selling its own goods in China. but we are seeking justice the United States lost sixty thousand factories. after China entered the WTO. this is happening. two other countries all over the globe. the World Trade Organization. needs drastic change. the second largest economy in the world should not be permitted to declare itself a developing country in order to game the system. at others expense. four years these abuses were tolerated. ignored. or even encouraged. globalism. exerted a religious Paul. of the past leaders causing them to ignore their own national interests. but as far as America is concerned those days are over. to confront these unfair practices I placed massive tariffs on more than five hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese made goods. already as a result of these terrorists supply chains are relocating back to America and to other nations and billions of dollars are being paid. to our treasury. the American people are absolutely committed to restoring balance to our relationship with China. hopefully we can reach an agreement that would be beneficial for both countries. but as I have made very clear I will not accept a bad deal for the American people. as we endeavor to stabilize our relationship. we're also carefully monitoring the situation in Hong Kong. the world fully expects that the Chinese government will honor.
"two thousand one" Discussed on AP News
"Photo from two thousand one has Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau apologizing A. P.'s atomic wire reports it shows him appearing in brown phasers school event in the school yearbook photo posted by time magazine Justin Trudeau is seen dressed in the Cape in turban wearing brown makeup on his face neck and hands at a gala held by the private school where he taught hi. deeply regret that we that I did that I should have known better but I did the publicity comes as Trudeau's seeks re election as prime minister in an election that will be held in a little more than a month Jacque Reid saying leader of the New Democratic Party which holds the third largest bloc in parliament says the photo is painful seeing this image is gonna be hard for a lot of people is going to bring up a lot of pain it's gonna bring up a lot of hurt Conservative Party leader ed to shear says the photo shows Trudeau is not fit to govern I'm Tim acquire. H. B. O. sports is going behind the scenes with the football programs at Arizona state Florida Penn state and Washington state for four episodes of its twenty four seven documentary series HBO announced it'll run an hour long episode for each team starting October second which will show Florida preparing for September twenty eighth game against house in the series will be narrated by Liev Schreiber who's also the voice of HBO's popular NFL training camp series hard knocks a young advocate for climate change was back on Capitol Hill for a second straight day if he's a dot he reports she offered a blunt message to Congress my name is Kelly at the tomb by the sixteen year old from Sweden told a house committee she didn't want to use her time to talk about the results of a report on global warming I don't want you to listen to me I want you to listen to the scientists. and I wanted to unite behind of science two British stage weekly demonstrations calling for world leaders to step up their efforts against climate change while in Washington she met with former president Barack Obama..
"two thousand one" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"A two thousand one Arabian nights themed party when he was twenty nine Iran's foreign minister laying down a new warning today he says of his country is attacked by either Saudi Arabia or the US it will mean all out war both blame Iran for the attack on a Saudi oil facility president trump talking about Iran says many options it is the ultimate option at their options are a lot less than that I will say we're in a very powerful position made it clear he was not talking about a nuclear option the EPA expected to officially announce this morning that the white house's yanking California's ability to set its own auto emission standards you're listening to ABC news and quickly just touching upon the the situation happening up in Canada where prime minister Justin Trudeau is now apologizing is just mentioned for a photo that surfaced of him wearing brown face and that photo because you know it was actually from two thousand and one that because this year is an election year that's that's what people are thinking that's why it's now resurfacing yeah it's kind of a critical time and apparently the photo came to light it was given to time magazine by a businessman in Toronto who found it in an old your block so again we see this on social media we've seen this with old pictures old tweets old things coming to. light and damaging that person's reputation yeah and apparently trajo was working as a teacher at a private school at the time and the photo was specifically taken for an Arabian nights type of events so he is saying he didn't realize the implications of of. round face right exactly and that and now that it's come to light he's apologizing all right let's get you outside let's talk to Bob Williams..
"two thousand one" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Two thousand one before the Great Recession middle class income rose to more than sixty three thousand dollars for the first time but what inflation is taken into consideration Americans are making no more today than they did two decades ago house Republican leader Kevin McCarthy was asked about the prospects of laws to deal with mass shooting let's get all the information in let's work with anyone who's willing to work with it actually solved a make sure these do not happen again but Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the Senate will only vote on a measure after the president signs off on it more from correspondent Jerry bowed live Senate GOP leaders met last night to discuss the full agenda including possible gun legislation and will meet with the president later today where they hope to get a sense of what kind of gun legislation he supports Democrats urging the Senate to take up the house passed bill expanding background checks Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he won't bring up a bill that the president won't sign lawmakers are looking for clarity after the president sent mixed signals at one point saying he supports increased background checks but then reversing course and saying mental illness is the key issue to reboot under Washington White House trade adviser Peter Navarro says patients will be required in the ongoing trade negotiations with China the borough telling CNBC the terror of song China are our best defense against China's economic aggression and best insurance policy this is important and best insurance policy that China will continue to negotiate in good faith big news from the White House this morning the president just announcing that his national security adviser John Bolton is resigning president says he will name a new national security adviser sometime.
"two thousand one" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"L._A.. In January two thousand one and then it changed well. It just changed reached the I. I put up my one man show at the H._B._O.. Workspace do you remember that sure I did want Joe Sir. I've had desperate attempts to please help. May I should call my shows. Two one man shows their subtitle. Please help me yeah. Oh so so what happened happened so I put that up. I think it was September seventeenth two thousand one. It was a week after nine eleven as my book came out around nine eleven my first book look. This is not a good. It's a sad day for everybody. It was a sad day in I mean it was we got Aspen that year. I took the one mentioned that was the aspen nobody's buying but reality TV had just come rates fiber big brother so that was the their change all of that it just changed so now by Oh to writing's on the wall no money I blew it. I was all set up to do what I came to do. I was a gift and they are hello it so that's what I had to live with for years but you don't really feel like you blew it. I mean the show business part you didn't blow that's just the nature of show business. I mean you know giving your weight or two hundred grand not had a great idea but I mean sh joe businesses show business mark. You know giving away too smart. I had a I had a trademark lucky. The lucky brand dungarees yeah I have the trademark lucky anywhere and I sold it to lucky lucky brand dungarees for four thousand dollars lucky anywhere lucky anywhere. It was just a trademark I had they bought it for me. What made you read close? I had this this. This was in <hes> mid to late nineties same time I was doing stand at a clothing line. I bought the trademark to suck it up. It was like a sportsline yeah bill parcells war at Yeah Schilling with the bloody sock like headlights hat on before he pitched the no no. I didn't make money 'cause I'm a horrible businessmen. Obviously the waiter doing my stock stock stuff in the foreground. That lucky gave me trademark. I found out later from a patent attorney he goes. You only got four grand. He's like who handled that case. He's my buddy was a defense attorney the a waiter. I know it was a defensive. He's trying to keep me out of jail. He's does Oh you is d._W._i.. And he handled that so that like literally so that's bad decisions I've got. Why are you going to go to jail? No I'm just saying that defense attorney. He's worried he just tries his ear off. He wasn't his area area and having a waiter. Do my stocks a defense attorney. Handle my patent trademark thing so I've got you know what I mean so those mistakes..
"two thousand one" Discussed on KGO 810
"From two thousand one to two thousand three it took four years till two thousand seven just to make back what they lost and then they lost forty percent again we call that the worst decade the lost decade because people did not make any money in fact their nest eggs went down in value due to inflation so that's why we like to solve those problems for people another big problem we love to solve it is that X. Bense's during retirement eat away at your cash flow what's the biggest expense it's usually medical costs and so a lot of times people are told to get long term care insurance well one of my favorite solutions is not necessarily long term care insurance is not labeled that my laser fond actually provides incredible tax free income but it has liquidity you can access money and when you pass away a blossoms and transfers tax free and sometimes doubling or tripling of what you had in there but do you know that if you have a a terminal illness or you approach those last six months twelve months where most of your medical bills in your entire lifetime are racked up and incurred the you can actually take some of your death benefit laid to pay for some of those things and I've actually done the math and many many times the extra money you sock away and save which you can access will be much greater in a laser found in case you need long term care and medical expenses start going through the roof than buying a supplemental long term care policy you can come and see how that works you know another problem people have been retirement is they're not flexible C. N. flexibility and there they have a set income and so when life's emergencies come they do not have liquidity to go access money with an electronic funds transfer or a phone call they're sort of rigid they have this fixed income they have their social security they may be a new it ties and a new anti maybe they have a pension if they taught school or were a police officer or a fireman or something but do you know that people based upon their risk tolerance could have between zero to eighty percent of retirement income in that like guaranteed category that's nice because it's guaranteed but if you need to have access to some lump sums if you don't have flexibility you're really in a pickle I have a B. attitude at personal one blessed are the flexible for they shall not be bent out of shape we don't want you to get bent out of shape in retirement because you don't have flexibility and access to money in the event of an emergency so we solve that problem for retire res I have a lot of faults belief patterns of that when people come to our educational events we need this well these myths we share with you the truth the solution to problems is sometimes people don't even know they have until it's too late because maybe they they have their head in the sand door may be and they sort of thought they had a problem but they didn't want to deal with it I'll just deal with that down the road I keep putting it off and they procrastinate which is that the word for differ seek tax deferred I raise of four oh one K.'s are just procrastinating if you want to come and get solutions.
"two thousand one" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"But then I would open my mouth and be that manic pig. And that's what you fucking encountered. I don't know. I just felt like you know, I felt like I can't put a time frame on when do you remember first meeting? Well, I, I knew you in New York, but you didn't. I was hanging around the LA Luna the eating. Oh, okay. I did it a couple of times. But even my approach to that was. Yeah. That's so. Yeah, I was twelve no I was in my mid to mid twenties, and I didn't know what I wanted to do. So I was caught between improv and stand up. I had a very short stint short-lived stand up horrible. Maybe, maybe that's sort of whatever, remember, I just, like for me because I was still at Luna, like I was still kind of drunk and druggie. Yeah. You were terrifying. I mean your your energy was I mean, but that's what I love about your evolution. It was always sweaty in there. And there's always a lot of people Janine and Patrice O'Neal's angry about something I picture you at the bar furious furious. But I mean I. And then it. Oh, yeah. And I and I knew I remember going there on September twelfth two thousand one or September thirteenth and seeing like all of those like seeing David cross and Patrice O'Neal talking about the eleventh. It was within a week. I want to say it was within a week, and I remember Patricia, he'll doing his bit about, like yeah. You let jacket got down to the one of the I didn't do it sales downtown. And I remember David cross. I'll never forget it. He got up and he was like wail. We have two thousand new angels. It was unbelievable. That was like an everybody was, it was such a Tweety time. Everyone's so pizza a lot, and then I moved to LA less than a year later. So I mean, I think we did too, because Mishna was done, and I knew Mishna, and I, I remember, just sort of crossing paths with her and think she was beautiful. She was beautiful in New York. Yeah, but like I don't like so I know a little bit about. And I've always thought you were funny and every time I see you, I think you're funny, miss piggy continue, no, no. Like even like stuff like I, I so you're one of those people that shows up in everything, I've done one episode of everything, good and bad. But, but the last time I saw you was in Andrea show was hilarious. Oh my God. Much. Thank you. One episode of everything I can tell a lot about people's viewing habits. But I saw you in blank blank..
"two thousand one" Discussed on X96
"But. Because on this day in two thousand one we lost. A Ramon which one Joey and he has not been found. Well, I think people know where he is using the ground somewhere food for worms. I'm guessing he got his wish in the song that he sang. I don't wanna grow up playing succeeded. Snow? He he grew up plenty. Old Lizzie let's see he was born in fifty one and dive in two thousand one wasn't even barely sixty. He was I'm bad at math. Yeah. He was an adult grew up. Oh, Sara Gilbert and Melissa Gilbert our sister. Yeah. I didn't see. No. I didn't know that. That's what Steph says. Yeah. So one of them was married to Linda Perry shots, not Melissa. No. She was married to Bruce bucks light box. Lightner Melissa Melissa Gilbert. Melissa, sue Anderson Anderson. Okay. Come on get a straight. Mrs anderson. It's hard. Really? Very clear in my head everybody fits that's why you don't have room for much else. You can do that. So. All right. Well, TV shows and. Got it. Who's the male co star, Dr Quinn medicine woman? Well, that's a well Joe Lando yet. What happened? The Joe Joe Lando, this isn't he married to Pam? He showed up at some Dr Quinn reunion party. And there was a picture of them. They're pretty good for a guy who's been out of work. Yeah. I don't think he's doing. Well. He's retired on that. Dr Quinn money. This is. I don't think so he wasn't even a doctor. She was a doctor. He was just the guy who mount man. Yeah. Who said what do you usually? I need a doctor. Nothing. Our appraisal. Don't say nothing. Nothing was one little pretzel. Stick. It's those dots. Pretzels of you had those don't taste like fake butter. I don't know what they they don't claim that they put anything on fake butter. I like the way they taste whatever happened to Mr. salty, Mr. salty. I don't know I've never see him on the shelves anymore. I was married to the nut roll. He's very dependent who Anderson married to annul Kerry salted nut roll. Changed? The name of the salted nut roll. I'm no. The word sugar and salt or bad. Now was called the salted nut roll wasn't. I think that was why they killed Mr. salty. Nabisco's, Mr. salty. He was a sailor. Right. Well, the. The preface sailor was sold. Was a sailor. Who who stood arms akimbo because they were pressing because his arms were pretzels. I haven't seen him on the shelf. They took him up behind one of the boats in the boat show. It was the same day. They executed the sugar pops exactly. Yeah. They're all gone now all of them. They just bring back Mr. sale lined up all of McDonnell land. Just. Salted nut. Roll see if they're still assaulted nuts. Yes. But still called that. No. I don't think. So. Okay. Let's get this over. We will officially salted nut roll still called the salted nut roll. I like those. I like salted nuts, particularly when they're in a roll. All right. Let's we'll take a break and then come back in fishery begin the radio from all right? None of this.
"two thousand one" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Perry starts belting out in the building. We know that the city is going to be ready to go. If Jefferson airplane starts rolling in the building we're going to we are going to be there for that. We will show up for that. I get that the guys don't wanna use that maybe a little bit shade. Maybe it's a little bit old for them. Okay. Fine. The singing songs are the best Jason worth had where wolves of London being tire trying to go, right? Yes. Somebody do some meal diamond. Something like that. Take on. So take on me more issue's take on me. It was so good. Everybody. Sung every play in the seventh inning stretch curation park. But again does is that what fires up the hitter? If the crowds into each guy, maybe they wanna get into a meditative space. I dunno. Everyone's different whatever you want is what you want. I just don't want your message when you show up to be. Hey, guys. I'm here say it ain't so what are you saying just think that that's the bad juju? It puts the gbi on the whole damn thing. And it's Brandon belt who by the way is kind of the king of the Hebrew gbi. Everybody knows how good he can be. And then he is. And then he isn't. And then he is. And then he isn't that's been his whole career. Maybe this is just the walkup song and the messaging he's putting out to the universe. That's for sure. What do you think that epi senior walked up to? I did it was. Oh, I know what it was the baby shark. No. I wasn't around then retired in two thousand one. I know let the bodies hit the floor by drowning pool. Okay. Then he used crazy train a very personal thing very personal thing. So I'm not telling anybody what to do. I'm simply giving suggestion. What I mean number. What was that guy? Nate Nate Boyer with Colin Kaepernick when instead of sitting on the bench, take a knee. It was like I'm not telling you to do it. But here's a suggestion. You might think about that's what I'm giving the Brandon's tonight after opening day. All right, mardi Laurie coming up in fifteen minutes, and quite frankly, a bizarre Odell Beckham n beyond story that will get to coming up next your reactions to opening day. Are you more into worldwide, which is simply the baseball team or world to the fabric of the city. You can weigh in on that at eight away Camby on Willard. On these sports later..
"two thousand one" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"On Valentine's Day, my wife, and I have we've been together. Now, it's twenty nine hundred and we have been together since what we've been together since the Clinton administration if you can believe that. Yes. More than half of our lives we have together and every year on Valentine's Day, we started dating in two thousand. So this goes back to two thousand one it would have been Valentine's Day of two thousand one you know, when you're young I was a teenager back then. And I made her a mix CD of songs that said something about our brief time together and how much loved her. It was dorky. I'll admit it was not I wanted that way from the backstreet boys. Dave. A much better love song by the backstreet, boys. No. I'm just kidding. So every year since then I have done this'll be the nineteenth different mix. Cd? It's become a tradition. So all of the songs, you're going to hear on the bumper music rotation today coming back from commercial breaks are songs that have meant something to us. So that one believe it or not I I heard it on a McDonald's commercial years ago. And it was a commercial about how much people loved the Big Mac. But somehow it's a catchy song. It's a catch. Yes. I am comparing my wife too, Big Mac. She is the most tender piece of meat and Big Mac sauce combination. There is yet when you put it like that..
"two thousand one" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"ESPN one thousand w MVP Chicago Waddle and Silvy. Afternoons from two to six on ESPN, Chicago. Now, you just saying you wanna have fun. We've got the perfect guy coming up to talk about four playoff games. Kurt Warner hall of Famer is going to join us. Not only is he a former ram and the Rams are playing this weekend. But he knows what it's like to be like this new sensation. I know you his rookie year came later. But you know, when he took the greatest show on turf and came out of nowhere. Remember trink? Green was supposed to start on that team. And boom, here's the nuisance ation. Kurt warner. Is I roll through the playoffs. They won the Super Bowl. So he knows what it's like to be a Pat Mahomes type player can get into that. He knows what it's like to be the older guy coming back in Arizona to try to get in win a Super Bowl. He's played Tom Brady in a Super Bowl. So it's amazing. Tom Brady's still. Still doing this is going to join us here in a minute. He's going to do the saints Rams game race radio. Take account say early forty forty three forty four forty seven forty seven. As you said he got he got a later start than somebody. But to think what is what is Brady forty two forty one. Turns forty two at the end of the seasons. Amazing. Yeah. The breaking bowls news is the Wendel Carter information continues to as Casey put it. It has been a roller coaster week for Wendel Carter because at first it was reported as serious, then they didn't MRI. Let me read you what Casey wrote follow up MRI back on Wednesday led Carter and the bulls to believe the ligament was largely intact. And he was listed his day to day Carter even tested his thumb Thursday morning at the shoot around in Denver and vowed to play Saturday against the heat. But the follow up exam today show the ligament damage that was the first imaging did not detect. The injury is believed to be similar to the injury. Joe come Noah tried to play through in the twenty ten eleven season before he opted for surgery so Carter still considering his options, and it's not certain. He'll need surgery or how long he'll be sidelined as my brother likes to say. Somebody put a tent over this circus. Yeah. Absolutely. Yeah. Speaking of circuit says the greatest show on turn hall look at that. Segue was led by Kurt Warner. He is a hall of Famer one of the all time greats and he's doing the saints Rams game. And as we told you can speak about off or these teams and Mitch Trubisky to he could get into that. Kurt Warner joining Waddle and Silvy on ESPN one thousand Kurt how you feeling today. I am doing really really well. How are you guys doing doing doing very, well, how happy are you that you'll be going to a warmer climate to do the game then going to see? The chiefs and the patriots. Well, yeah. I mean, obviously, I think both games are going to be fabulous. But yeah, I mean, I'm a dome guy. Anyway. Games in a dome, but I love that environment. Simply from the standpoint that nothing is going to dictate the outcome of the game except the guy's playing on the football field. So I'm excited to be there in person to get a chance to to call one of the games of chance to call the Super Bowl. And I think no matter what happens we're gonna have a great match up for the Super Bowl and we've got four great teams playing this weekend. And I think it worked out how it was supposed to work out. Right. I think best teams are playing this weekend. You know? It's funny. I'm glad you said that because I get a lot of heat from people when I say, I don't like the elements playing a role in the outcome, especially of postseason games, like mother nature may rear her ugly head and had a hand in what happens in Kansas City this wing. So you're telling me, and I know that you've had tremendous success inside the dome, but just in general terms, are you like that you were saying you would rather have all of these games played in a controlled environment. No doubt about it. Well, and the thing is is that, you know, maybe Kansas City in New England isn't as drastic because they both play in the weather. But my argument was always if you were a dome team or if you played in Arizona, Mike, we did we had absolutely no way to get acclimated for the weather. And so I know people say well you get home field advantage. I understand that. But I just feel like it's a huge disadvantage for those teams because there is no way to get ready for New England can go anywhere because of where they practice. Just on a daily basis, and what the weather is those teams in Florida or the teams Arezzo teams to play in a dome. We just had no opportunity, and it is a big deal. It is something you have to get acclimated to both physically and mentally. So you're thrown into a completely new environment that you can't get prepared for in the biggest game or one of the biggest games of your life. I don't think it's a fair setting. And I understand all those, you know, all the people that that's football weather, and that's just that's fine. If you put me in a situation where I play in that weather on a daily basis great I'll play anywhere you want in any given Sunday. But because there's teams that don't I think it is an unfair advantage to those teams. Kurt Warner joining us. It's waddling Sylviane ESPN one thousand I was telling her listeners that you're the perfect guy because you know, what it's like to be Pat Mahomes and taking the world by storm. You know, what it's like to be on the back into your career and taking a team to another Super Bowl win. Was there more pressure on you? When you were young Dominy may not known mistakes early with the Rams or when you were with Arizona. And and you knew that, hey, I only have one or two more chances here. Yeah. That's a great question. And I'm not really sure I would probably say the most pressure was the one in between those two because you know, coming on the first year and having this season that we did nobody expected it. You know, nobody expected that of me. So we have lost in the championship game. It would have been an unbelievable season. And you know, you go in the euro-zone March and same kind of thing. I mean, obviously, there's always internal pressure. But from the outside, you know, man, we weren't supposed to even be there. So to accomplish what we did have we not even going to the Super Bowl again another great season. Maybe one of the best seasons in in cardinal history. It was a two thousand one season where we were supposed to win it, all and all the expectation was we were the best team in the league that to me was where there was the most precious of all of those, you know, 'cause I look at Patrick Mahomes, and you know, worst case. Area. Lewis Tom Brady in a championship game in your first year starting I mean, oh, well, you're gonna win an MVP and you're going to have a great season. And there's a huge swing. So I would have to say Embiid setting. There's probably more pressure on drew Brees great career only played in one Super Bowl. You know? It's been nine years since the last time he was in a championship game. And you could argue one of his if not be best team that he's been on. I think there is a lot of pressure at home for him to win this game and playing another Super Bowl in his story career, I covered that Super Bowl where you guys lost the to the to the patriots. And it was that young upstart team. And you guys were the heavy favorite. I believe it was in New Orleans. If I would have if I would've told you after that game that, hey, let's fast forward to twenty nine teen that the kid who just beat you. He still going to be playing and going to be one of the greats. What would you have said? I have probably said you were crazy. You know, simply because Tom Brady wasn't the Tom Brady. We know now then I mean in those playoff I think he's reward or two touchdown passes through the entire playoffs. They were a team that was built on their defense in internal did some great things, obviously even in that game elastic minutes bringing his team down. But to see the big picture and to see who he's become. Yeah. I would have said you were crazy about the only glimpse. I think we had was what he did at the end of the game. Because you could argue now that he's the best closer that our game has ever seen. And we got a glimpse of that at the end of that game. But outside of that, you know, one hundred and fifty yards just wasn't the same guy. So I would have said you were crazy, but it has been a joy to watch him from that Kobe how he's ascended and what he's done for league position the position that I played current as somebody who played the. Position at a high level well into your thirties into your late thirties. Can you kind of shed a little light on just how impressive it is not just with Brady but with breezes? Well, both of these guys north of forty breezes. Forty Brady's forty one playing at this level at that age. Well, I tell you what I don't look at it as impressive as other people do and simply because like you said, I mean, I've played until I was thirty nine and I felt like I could've played at a high level for three or four more years physically. That wasn't the question. I was playing you know, I look back in the second to last game played in was arguably the best game I ever played in my entire career. So I really felt like I could play into my forties had the situation been a little bit different. So I'm not as surprised as a lot of people are because they look at number. You know, the number thirty nine the number four. Forty this week and forty one like, oh my gosh. I don't think when you play the game the way those two guys play the way I played the game that all of a sudden, you just gonna fall off a cliff and forget how to play we're not have enough arm strength because your game isn't built on those physical attributes it's more built on the mental and the technique and being able to throw it for enough were well enough. And so obviously it's impressive to to be able to play as long as they had the level. They've they've played at no question. It's impressive. But I don't find it as impressive because they're forty and forty one. They are great players, and they play a certain way that I do believe it may come down to simply either, you know, maybe their bodies breakdown or it comes down to simply them going. You know, what it's time to walk away. I don't necessarily think they're going to, you know, get to a point where man now, it's all downhill and they can't play football anymore. Let's talk about the other two quarterbacks. How good is Jared Goff. And how much is. Sean McVay helped his young career and on the other side with with Patrick Mahomes, this high level of play how sustainable is it for him. Okay. Let's start with Jared. Yeah. I love Jared Goff is at right now. But I do believe that the system in the way they play feeds into his success is that he's a really good second level thrower. You know, meaning that fifteen to twenty five thirty yard range. And so they're play action game, which they do as well as anybody in the league really seeds into him taking those chunk throws in making those big throws down the field..
"two thousand one" Discussed on No Laying Up
"Now, let's get into the dark era from the US perspective on the Ryder Cup, the next three or not nearly as entertaining as that. Two thousand two Ryder Cup is actually was called the two thousand and one Ryder Cup. This happened is September eleventh, two thousand one. Obviously, the tragedy in the US happened about three weeks before the Ryder Cup, the PJ of America. It informed the European Ryder Cup board that the scope of last Tuesday's tragedy is so overwhelming that it would not be possible for the United States radicalled team in ficials to attend the match the manager of Phil Mickelson and Mark Calcavecchia had earlier announced that the two players would not travel to Europe. Other American players were said to be concerned about attending the event. It was agreed that the same captains and players would participate in the two thousand two event. So teams are locked in in September two thousand one. They delay the event for a year and they just take the same teams in two thousand the belfry. That was the belfry strange for Sam Torrance side. Note what happened the next year was Presidents Cup scheduled. President's Cup was scheduled in two thousand two, but it got back into off. Ears. Now three that was that was that was South Africa. Yeah, that was Ernie. Els being here. So September nineteenth, two thousand two, we'll. So which players kind got the shaft on not making this team. Then with with teams kind of being locked in a year head of time who had the best two thousand to guess tiger wider. The US open and PGA. What was the PGA that year? Wasn't that Medina? No, that was ninety nine. I'm not sure who had the best. Two thousand two ended up getting screwed. But do you have a couple of notes in that Lee? Westwood was twentieth in the world when the team was formed, he was one hundred forty eight when the event began how sudden was twenty seventh in the world in one hundred twenty fifth, when the event began. So give it time stamp here the day. The event goes off Bush administration pressures US congress to pass a resolution, giving Bush authority to use all means to terms to be appropriate, including force to oust Saddam Hussein, disarm, Iraq, big, that's big day which amazingly in the wicked pedia for key events of September, two thousand to the Ryder Cup made it in there. I have no idea how there's only like fifteen events in there. So earlier in September, at the American Express event that was in Ireland woods was asked directly benefit needs to come back. Yeah, that's the Mexico. I know. Well, I don't know what's was asked. I look, I don't have a solution to go back. What would be more important for you to win this week or the Ryder Cup next week in Woodson here this week, I can think of a million reasons by sick. Yeah. So doesn't to PJ by the way is rich beem his so he probably missed out. So he prime minister? Yeah, it may so talk next. He's just made the event stale, three years between cups ship mcharg. They should have played after nine, eleven extra year ditch health. I know wasn't the same fever pitch, and it was just totally different feeling. Sure. It wouldn't have been the same fever pitch. I know. I know. I think they should have deleted. They made the right decision, but just in the same team stay together for year, like Ryan more found out the Sunday before the event that he was on the last Ryder Cup team. And this is like you're on the same team for an entire year. It's just such a such a weird arrangement. Phillip Price and peer folk were on the European team. Fearful, we'd right. I zero memories outside of this. This Radic up for either of those two players. Scott Verplank was thirty eight year old rookie. Captain's pick Tigers the youngest player on the team at twenty six years old. Stewart Cink is the only player under other player under thirty at twenty nine go through rosters. That's the fun part. Sand rinse is the captain Darren Clarke Padre Harrington Thomas Bjorn Colin Montgomerie, pier folk Lee. Westwood, Paul McGinley Nicklaus fast, burn on longer Phillip Price..
"two thousand one" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories
"Metro police radar we have to go back to may fourteenth two thousand one two weeks after sean ras disappearance a jogger was on her usual path through rock creek park she was young athletic and she knew the park pretty well she was comfortable enough with their run to listen to some music on our sony walkman to time or footsteps to the beat unbeknownst to her the body of shandra levy was slowly beginning to decompose in the very park she was running through but there was no way the runner could know that fact so there was no reason for it to disturb her now instead she was in the zone run took her past parking lot on broad branch road where she passed young hispanic man sitting on a park bench me seem to be minding his own business so she didn't pay him any attention instead she turned onto beach drive on a trail that letter deeper into the park the young man stood up in fall followed her maybe it was her focused on her run maybe it was the music pouring in from her headphones but the jogger didn't notice ingmar guan decay as he followed her almost a mile along the trail into the woods as they started to reach a more secluded area the jogger begin to sense that someone was running behind her she slowed to let him pass but in that moment gandhi gay rushed forward in grabbed her from behind flashing knife at our neck she screamed she fought she shoved her fingers down his throat in panic selfdefense eventually she was able to fight him off and run to the safety of the parks police station where she described her assailant to the attending officers two months later it happened again ingmar guan decay stocked a woman in rock creek park as she went for a run held a knife to her throat and finally backed off and ran when she fought back.
"two thousand one" Discussed on Suiting Up with Paul Rabil
"Thousand two thousand and two thousand one to two thousand one i bought or intel business orange my best friend in the business one agent i always respected the most probably jeff austin second and i bought his business and so that year we had nine picks of the first round he represented kwami brown got drafted her in washington who came straight out of high school now if you would ask ten minutes after the draft if he would have done a marketing focus group one block outside the verizon center which is the capital one center and said who was kwami brown and you focused a thousand people i don't call me braun that's the quickest player from new zealand they said no you idiot that's the race car drove from brazil knowing who call me braun was now if you're the wizards i'm not saying they should draft every team would adrift kwami number one he was the consensus number one guy but nobody knew who he was now if you go back into the eighties and say who is patrick ewing who is chris mullin who was people grant hill i'm a huge grant hill fan probably the one the kata way for me was grant hill psych by i'm like a jilted lover he knows a love him i mar a respective and i wish i could managing because all the things that i learned from michael ten years later you coulda translated to the next guy who is grant hill and people do how great he'll wear socks they knew what his parents did because three tournaments he was a household name now if you want to really be a brand you wanna be a household name makes it easy to be if you're not a household name you can't be a brand that's the definition of a brand is something when you see the symbol or the name everybody knows what coke is everybody knows what brand jordan is you don't feel brand jordan's a shoe company that produces everyone knows branch or and i think that over period of time from nineteen seventynine when magic played bird in the ece aa found the highest rated basketball game in history for many years to nineteen ninetyfive and kevin garnett came out as a high school player i one and done in the nba.
"two thousand one" Discussed on PRI's The World
"The two thousand one authorization of military force this was a authorization passed by congress shortly after the nine eleven attacks which authorized military operations affiliate exactly against al qaeda in its philias and of course assad is not an affiliate of of qaeda so this falls outside the scope of that pre existing authorization so let's look no the issues around international law and it might be a good time to remind everybody that war is illegal under international law right that's right so under the united nations charter states may not use force against one another and that's the core prohibition of the un charter regime there are some exceptions there's an exception if a state is acting in its own self defense there's an exception if the state that is the recipient of the use of force consents to it and there's an exception of the security council has authorized the use of force none of those exceptions apply here and so the prohibition remains in place and the president would be clearly violating international off are to take action how us defend any decision to attack syria under international law canon i don't think that it can i think that the only argument you might hear made would be a version of a humanitarian intervention argument or sometimes referred to as a responsibility to protect argument and the problem with that is that that is best understood as permitting the use of force when authorized by the security council not in violation of the un charter that it's not a shadow exception to the security council's required authorization for humanitarian intervention but that it's it in fact allows the security council to authorize intervention for humanitarian purposes of course the critic cancel hasn't hasn't acted here and so that would not be permitted some would say response based on monitoring considerations is actually what's needed right now we think about these children in douma who are believed to have been poisoned don't they deserve a response kind of yes they absolutely do and it's incredibly heart.
"two thousand one" Discussed on Cults
"Underage marriage warden was responsible for in two thousand one three years prior to his move from short creek worn performed his first underage marriage the ceremony was between a year old named a lisa wall enter nineteen year old cousin alan steed the marriage had been delayed once before by relaunch jeff's a lease explain to rule on that she did not like her cousin and that she had begged for more time or a different husband warren however was less sympathetic than his father rule on had not yet passed away in two thousand one and therefore warren was not officially profit however as we discussed in part one he was acting as a prophet long before he officially took over in two thousand two using that power warren forcefully set to go through with a marriage here sewer lisa describe warren when she was interviewed on the early show on cbs no matter how he had a stride families or destroy people's lives he always excused at wet this is the word of god this is the will of god i really think that end part of warren he believes that he is an extension of god and got on this earth his family refused to go against warren and she was forced to endure a marriage she did not want with a man she did not love in her book stolen innocence and lisa describes it as the most traumatic four years of her life her cousin repeatedly raped her she endured multiple miscarriages and she felt alone through it all knowing she could not turned to her family our neighbours for support against allan she began sleeping in her truck and avoiding her home as much as possible eventually in two thousand five and lisa escaped from the short creek community shortly after leaving ben 17yearold lisa found the strength to go to the police with her story she testified that she did not want to enter into the marriage at fourteen and she told law enforcement about other underage marriages worn had performed in short creek the police who had long had their eye on the afl dias and warren chefs sees the opportune.