35 Burst results for "Two Years Ago"
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Grading the U.S. Rule of Law With Joe DiGenova and Victoria Toensing
"Talk to me about if you had to, if you arrive from another planet? And you were an expert in the law. How would you grade the rule of law in America to David Victoria? Where do we stand? No, it's an F and because not only just the things that are done, but people are watching this and now no longer have trust in the judicial system. With violent crime in New York on a rampage and then this and the Bragg, this is the priority for Alvin Bragg. We've had bad cases in our career of U.S. attorneys being corrupt. And we had one case where U.S. attorney took a misdemeanor local election law and tried to make it be a RICO. But you know what happened? We got a good federal judge who said, this is not, this is not a RICO. This is a misdemeanor and let our client plead to a misdemeanor. Where are those judges now? That's what bothering me. Do they got frightened by January 6th? Especially the judges, the federal judges in the District of Columbia. They got frightened by January 6th, and they don't want to be blamed for being too soft on anybody involved in January 6th. Whether they did harm or not. And as a result of that, they have advocated their responsibility to be fair and impartial to the people appearing before him. The fact in front of the fact that there are defendants who are still incarcerated two years after this. Before trial. Before trial are still in court is an absolute national disgrace and
The Charlie Kirk Show
Why Is the Trans Issue So Critical?
"96. Biden assistant secretary Levine says gender affirming care is here to stay and the Biden regime will use force their popularity how many popularity. Whatever support that they have, but power to make sure that an 8 year old can chemically mutilate themselves, play cut 96. As we look to all the different elections in 2024, I think the next two years are going to be challenging, but I am positive and optimistic and hopeful that the wheel will turn after that. And that this issue won't be as politically and socially such a minefield. In the meantime, I can say that the children that you serve, and the young people that you serve, their families, and you all say providers have supported the highest levels of the federal government. President Biden supports you. And he is articulated that support with the children and families believes it will be normalized. The regime is saying that this type of care, which is medieval at best. Is going to have the top levels of support. This is the new fight, most Republicans don't have the stomach for this. You guys get a better get ready. This is as big as it gets. This is the fight for our kids, the fight for decency, the fight to contain the social contagion. It's a fight for our civilization. And you know, some Republicans say, oh, Charlie, come on, the trans thing is a distraction. No, you're a distraction. The trans thing involves so many fundamental building blocks, language, freedom of discourse, biological reality, commitment to the truth, men and women, distinctions, differences, it all of them kind of find its way into the trans issue. What is a child? Should children's innocence be protected? Sexual predators targeting our young women, the trans thing is not just about live and let live. That is a weak one liner
AP News Radio
Wong, Miller lead Miami past Indiana, into Sweet 16
"Connecticut and Miami advanced to the sweet 16 with wins in Albany, Yukon beat saint Mary's 70 to 55 in the west region while Miami downs Indiana 85 69 in the Midwest in Connecticut's victory, Jordan Hawkins scored all 12 of his points during a big second half for the huskies. I mean, it feels like running beatable. I mean, the last two games in the second half we just took off, I mean, when we were playing like that, I think a really good chance to win it all. In Miami's win, the hurricanes are led by 27 points for Isaiah Wong. The last two years we went to sweet 16 and last year lead 8 and it's just I'm appreciative and I just love to see. Connecticut bases to meet Arkansas while Miami will play Houston. I'm Mike Reeves.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Dr. Daniel Amen Shares an Amazing Story About an Overweight Friend
"Tell us about one of the friends you talk about in this book where you met with a friend who was overweight and you loved them enough to say, hey, you probably need to lose some weight if you want to get your life right. And he did, and he lived a better life. Oh, it's just such an emotional story for me. Mark and I had been friends. He's a psychologist, and we go to the same conference every other year. And we're having dinner at the restaurant, and I see him injecting himself with insulin. At the table. And I'm like, Mark, how much, how tall are you? He said, I'm 6 feet. I said, how much do you weigh? He said, 244 pounds. And I calculated on my phone as BMI, which was 31. And I'm like, dude, you're obese. And I also saw him order chicken fried steak, mashed potatoes, and a brownie for dessert. And after I saw that, I couldn't just stay quiet. And I said, I'm like, Mark, you're obese. And he's like, Daniel, you're so cold. I'm not as cold as you're going to be when you're 6 feet under. What's the matter with you? Why aren't you paying attention to your health? And any of the dessert. And I help. As I love him, but when we were at that conference, two years later, he'd lost 52 pounds. And I was having lunch with his wife. And with Mark, and he was telling me how much better his sex life was. And I'm like turning red, but it's absolutely true when you get physically healthy. Blood flow, you have better blood flow to your brain and it's just so simple. You have to wonder how many people that go in and they get these very aggressive pharmaceuticals how supplementation will tell us supplements in a second after the break and just losing some weight could at least improve some of their symptoms.
AP News Radio
Former Air Force officer gets prison term for Capitol attack
"A retired air force officer gets prison time for his role in the capitol riot. Larry Brock was dressed in combat gear and had zip tie handcuffs with him in the Senate gallery on the day of the riot. He was sentenced to two years in prison. Prosecutors wanted 5 years. The judge said Brock's social media postings before the riot were very troubling, and he read some in court. One of them said, when we get to the bottom of this conspiracy, we need to execute the traders that are trying to steal the election, and that includes the leaders of the media and social media aiding and abetting the coup plotters. The judge said it's pretty chilling stuff, astounding, considering it was coming from a former high ranking military officer. Brock didn't engage in any violence on the day of the riot. He didn't speak in court, Ed Donahue, Washington.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Rep. Andy Biggs on the Continuing Catastrophe at the Southern Border
"How you doing? Good, Charlie, good to be with you. Amy, I want to thank you for your leadership in demanding the impeachment of mayorkas. How many people are crossing the border every single day and is anything being done about it? Well, if you take this week, you're going to probably average about 6500 to 7500 a day of encounters. And then you're going to have probably another four or 5000 of got aways. This administration actually, Charlie, they're doing something about it. They're making it easier and incentivizing more people to come into the country illegally. So they give the CBP one app and they're granting parole so they're giving you these people to a two year work permit to go out and work in the country. They'll then be lost. And otherwise, I will just say our CBP agents are working their tails off trying to stop this and do what they can, but this administration was simply will not let them enforce the law and the causing every kind of problem that, I mean, we could go into the weeds and go into the ground on this thing, but secretary mayorkas must be he should either resign or be impeached. He's not going to be impeached. And just testimony from CBP chief Ortiz admitted finally, somebody admits that our border is not secure who's in that top leadership, but major York is testified at the borders operational control, which is just a flat out piece of perjury in my opinion.
Is Credit Suisse the Next Banking Domino?
"Right Friends, today we are talking about the same thing that everyone in traditional markets is talking about, which is Credit Suisse. Bloomberg's headline Blair's Credit Suisse and fight to win back confidence as shares plunge. And that headline has recently been updated to the even scarier Credit Suisse ignites global market route as banking fears return. So what's going on is Credit Suisse the next domino is it a big nothing burger? Is it something totally different, but it doesn't matter that it's totally different because all people here is bank failure and they get scared, let's dive in. So Credit Suisse has been looking shaky for a while. It's in the midst of a larger restructuring process by which its investment banking division will be spun out and the bank will focus just on its wealth management division. This is actually its second big strategic pivot in the last two years and obviously in the world of banking, that sort of bobbing and weaving isn't necessarily something investors get too excited about. To say nothing of course of depositors. Now right now, the specter of Silicon Valley bank is hanging not only over Credit Suisse, but the whole banking sector. This is despite the fact that Credit Suisse's leadership says there's no comparison, and that the bank trying to get back to profitability after changing its strategy has nothing to do with the extreme liquidity issues of smaller U.S. banks. However, this morning markets were further roiled when the chairman of the Saudi national bank, which is Credit Suisse's biggest shareholder, said that they would not be investing any more money into the beleaguered bank. The chairman of the Saudi national bank said that the biggest reason is just regulatory and statutory reasons that prevent them from boosting their share beyond the just under 10% they own now. Now as prosaic that might be, it obviously still wasn't good news. CSS shares were down as much as 29% hitting a new all time low. They're one year default swaps are also in a distress zone currently sitting around 18 X, the one year CDS for UBS, and 9 X for Deutsche Bank. Now, all in all, there are two big and quite different interpretations of what's going on. Investor in China perma bear, Kyle bass writes the recent collapse of SVB, signature bank, and silvergate bank was a warmup of larger things to come outside of U.S. borders. Credit Suisse's 5 year insurance against default has gone parabolic this morning, given their capital structure they now have three weeks or less to be sold.
The Trish Regan Show
Can the Fed Manage This Economic Crisis?
"Some point, as I've been warning about for now what? Two years with all of you, I hope you've been listening clearly the folks over at Silicon Valley bank were not listening to this podcast. If they had, they would have known that inflation would be here, and that you would have higher rates. And that there would be consequences associated with that. While they weren't listening, they just drank the Kool-Aid all their friends there, like Powell and yelling and Biden, you know, this was a lot of people with group think that thought somehow the fed would be able to manage this. Come on, I'm looking wound inflation. I have predicted double digit inflation, which we did see on the producer price index, but at one point we were up at 9.6% on consumer prices. That is a lot. I mean, people are hurting because wages have not gone up the way the price on everything else has. Everything's gotten more expensive and as I've explained before, once a staff, once this stuff starts to take root, it's very, very hard to stop. The train is left the station, so to speak. So inflation is here, we got the number yesterday showing consumer prices up 6% from where they were last year. So we've got problems. The fed has to fix this, but when they try and fix it, look what unfolds. And so now they're frightened. Can they fix inflation while simultaneously avoiding a massive bank failure of epic proportions that could have a disastrous effect on the economy for years to come. This is why they did what they did on Sunday Night because had they not believe me. None of us would have been able to get any of our money out of the bank. It actually would have been really, really bad. But could it still get bad? I mean, these are the questions that were sort of debating right now. It feels as though the system has been at least temporarily nationalized.
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
Did Fox Shoot Down Tucker's J6 Footage? Joseph McBride Weighs In
"Joey, you mentioned this word and trap meant. And you also mentioned the uphill battle in which you're trying to navigate against swamp judges and swamp juries and the whole kind of contaminated D.C. environment. The question I have is this. I mean, it seems finally that there is new information coming out about January 6th. Tucker Carlson, of course, had some videos a week or so ago. Let me start with that because there was new information on the shaman guy Joseph a Jacob chansley, but there was then a sort of, as far as I could tell, an abrupt halt in the videos. I mean, if you have 40,000 hours of footage, it's preposterous to me that you'd find three clips. Speaking, honestly, do you think that Fox kind of got to Tucker and shut him down? Because expectations were so high. And while what was delivered, the first day was pretty impressive, it appears like what? That's it. There's nothing more. What are your thoughts about this? So my inclinations are, I think I share with the general public shares, right? Tucker's team is incredibly talented. They did in their defense have a limited time to go through the stuff we've been going through this stuff for two years. They had a few weeks, but within that time they were able to focus on Jacob chansley and lies about all the specific. I thought he did a good job there. I did think that on the second night that something distinctly different happened. There are different theories about that. One theory is that the producers of the higher ups at Fox News likely shut them down. I think that that makes sense. I can speak from experience and having gone on Tucker's show. You know, I had been over the target on his show with regard to some similar matters and I kind of got shot down too. And when you're over the target, people get very uncomfortable and the powers that be tend to pull the plug on situations like that.
AP News Radio
Garbage tarnishes Paris luster as pension strike continues
"The city of light is losing its luster as tons of garbage piles up along the streets of Paris as sanitation workers strike for a 9th day, the creeping scholar is the most visible sign of widespread anger over a bill to raise the French retirement age by two years. Tourists Nadia tour says the smell in sight definitely affected her visit for the worse. But she sees the reason behind the mess. For us for tourists and for the locals. But if it does the job, then why not? I mean, it's for the cause. Lindale from Texas doesn't think the strikes are making a difference. There's got to be a better way than to just let it pile up and stop your job. It doesn't seem to be doing any good. Strikes in France have intermittently hobbled other sectors, including transport energy and ports. But French president Emmanuel Macron remains undaunted as his government presses ahead with trying to get the unpopular pension reform bill passed in parliament. I'm Karen Chammas
The Trish Regan Show
Will We INFLATE Our Way Out of Debt?
"I've often wondered if there's a method to the madness. It's probably too optimistic of me to actually think this because it would mean that if there's a method to the madness, someone in government is actually thinking 5, ten, 15, 50, maybe even a hundred years down the road. And I don't think that our people are really smart enough, or selfless enough to do that. They're all thinking about how do I get elected. But you wonder sometimes whether the goal is maybe to inflate our way out of debt. Think about it for a second. Who is holding so many U.S. treasuries? China. So if we wanted to get ourselves out of that situation, maybe we could actually cause all this inflation, which would mean China's portfolio of treasuries, which they have to buy, to keep their currency, pegged to somewhere near the dollar. Then China would actually see its value get eroded. Just like this banks of Silicon Valley bank had all these treasuries and when everybody wanted their money out, they said, oh, I get these treasuries, but they're not going to come do for two years or ten years. And then they'll get back their money, right? And two years or ten years, but if somebody needs their money now, that's not going to do them a lot of goodwill about China. China kind of needs money right now. It's fighting this thing over in Ukraine. It's challenged because of the economic environment from the rolling lockdowns, all of that is a problem. So you wonder, could you see an SVB type situation over there in China?
Christine Kim Unpacks Ethereum's Shanghai Upgrade
"Ethereum has had this kind of long road map toward moving toward proof of stake. And even though that transitions happened, there's still kind of additional things that need to be done to sort of finish out that process. And I wondered if you would just tell us what the Ethereum Shanghai upgrade is and also when it might occur. That's a great question. So it's essence. Shanghai is the activation of staked eth withdrawals on Ethereum. Since the since staking was enabled on Ethereum, which surprise was enabled back in December 2020, two years before the merge even happened. People were not able to withdraw their stake. So the validator life cycle could only get to the point where you can exit the network, stop validating on Ethereum. But you couldn't actually move your staked E back into your wallet or move it to an exchange or really do anything with it. And this was sort of like the training wheels of Ethereum's proof of stake blockchain. And up until now, I would say those training wheels are still on. But Shanghai really represents kind of taking off the training wheels of Ethereum's proof of stake consensus protocol and allowing withdrawals to happen. In terms of timing, developers with the activation of Shanghai on the gourley testnet. Anticipate if gorley the activation of the upgrade on gorilla goes well, then we could see the upgrade activated on mainnet as early as the second week of April.
AP News Radio
The latest in sports
"AP sports I'm Josh rowntree. We start on the NBA where Memphis took a game over Dallas with multiple stars sidelined. Correspondent Robert Stevens has more. Desmond baines scored 23 points as the Memphis Grizzlies completed a two game sweep of the Dallas Mavericks, one O four 88. Naz played without Luka Dončić and Kyrie Irving both injured while the grizzlies were again without John morant. Memphis coach Taylor Jenkins says his team up this defensive intensity in the second half. Come out of halftime with just a renewed energy and mentality. Hey, we got to raise our level both sides of the floor. We made a couple adjustments defensively that paid off for us, which got us going with our groove on offense. And obviously that third quarter kind of changed the game. David roddy and Dylan Brooks had 19 apiece from Memphis while Jaden hardy led the Mavs with 28. Josh green at 23. Bob Stevens Dallas. In Houston, the rockets knocked off the Celtics one 11 one O 9. And jabari Smith scored 24 to lead the young rockets, one of the best teams in the league, where it was in the finals last year, you know, just competing with him. You know, going down to the wire like that with a great team like that. It's just real promise in this room. It's really good for us. The bucks beat the kings one 33, one 24. Giannis Antetokounmpo poured in 46 in the win. The warriors took down the sun's one 23 one 12 behind 38 points from Klay Thompson, including 33 in the first half. On the ice, buffalo scored three third period goals rallying to beat Toronto four three. Alex tuck at the 30 goal mark with a pair in the final frame. We kind of got back to just trying to work and make simple plays and you know I just roll over one line after another after another and it makes a huge difference out there and big news in the opening day of NFL free agency. The Raiders reportedly filled their QB void by agreeing to terms with former 49er. Jimmy Garoppolo on a three year deal worth, 67 and a half $1 million. The bears are set to give linebacker tremaine Edmonds a four year $72 million contract and the Steelers are bringing on three time all pro corner Patrick Peterson for a two year deal. I'm Josh Valtteri, AP sports.
AP News Radio
Biden administration lets Ukrainians who fled war stay in US
"The Biden administration's announced an extension for Ukrainians who fled to the U.S. after Russia invaded their homeland. Thousands of Ukrainians are in the U.S. under a special one year authorization that's set to expire. But the Biden administration's allowing them to stay longer under a humanitarian parole. After the initial group, the U.S. started a longer program of two years, called uniting for Ukraine. Homeland Security says this extension is for Ukrainian nationals, led into the U.S. before that program began. I'm Jackie Quinn
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Joe Biden Blames Trump Administration for Bank Failures
"And I'm not quite sure Joe Biden understands what's really going on. Cut number 8 plays. And finally, we must reduce the risk of this happening again. During the Obama Biden administration, we put in place tough requirements on banks, like Silicon Valley bank and signature bank, including the Dodd Frank law to make sure that the crisis we saw in 2008 would not happen again. Unfortunately, the last administration rolled back some of these requirements. I'm going to ask Congress and the banking regulators to strengthen the rules for banks to make it less likely this kind of bank failure would happen again. And to protect American jobs and small businesses. Look, the bottom line is this, Americans can rest assured that our banking system is safe. Your deposits are safe. Let me also assure you we will not stop at this. We'll do whatever is needed. On top of all that, let's also take a look at a moment to put the situation of broader context. We've made strong economic progress in the past two years. We created more than 12 million new jobs. More jobs in two years than any president has ever created in a single four year term. Unemployment is below 4% for 14 straight months. Take on paper workers is going up, especially for lower and middle income workers. And we've seen record numbers of people apply to start new businesses more than 10 million of them more than 10 million applications over the net last two years, starting businesses. Now we need to keep the program this progress going. That's what swift action that my administration over the past few years is all about. Protecting depositors, protecting the banking system, protecting the economic gains we've made together for the American people. Thank you, God bless you and may God protect our troops. Thank you. So look, anyway, look, here's the deal. They're bailing out this bank. They're not calling it a bailout, but that's exactly what it is.
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
Bridgewater CEO David McCormick Reacts to the Bailout of SVB
"Listening last year when Pennsylvania was holding its Republican primary, I came in heavy for Dave McCormick veteran of the 82nd airport West Point grad, former CEO of the huge company that I can't, I'm not Bridgewater. I can't remember what your company was named David. I'll look it up here in a second. Welcome back. Good to have you, Dave McCormick. Great to have you on the Hugh Hewitt show and congratulations on superpower and peril your new book. Hey Hugh, thanks for having me. It's good to see you. You know, I spent all day on airplanes yesterday reading superpower in peril and checking the wireless on SPV. And since you are a banker, you must know this stuff. How did you react to Silicon Valley banks demise and what the government did to save it? Because you're not only an investment banker, but you're also the former undersecretary of commerce, you know, treasury, you know this stuff. What did you make of what the fed did and the FDIC? Well, I'm not a banker. I mean, it's like saying I was a lawyer here, but I do know a little bit about it. And I talked to some folks yesterday. You know, I think the starting point for this and it's important is what's happening in Silicon Valley bank is a bipartisan, a much broader set of things. Ten years of flawed fiscal policy and monetary policy with it becoming dramatically more flawed in the last two years under Joe Biden. And the inflation rise at a time where you had zero interest rates, forced the fed to raise rates dramatically. And that's essentially put banks who were in a position to hold treasuries for long duration in this buying. That's .1. This is a byproduct, a direct line from Biden's policy. Second point is that Silicon Valley bank handled this terribly of all banks. The level of incompetence with which they handled it the concentration of their depositors is a disaster. And the regulators missed the boat. The
The Crypto Basic
Shibarium is Live Launch of Much Awaited Shiba Inu L2 Solution Announced
"4 p.m. Saturday March 11th, 2023. Sherbert is live launch of much awaited sheba inu L two solution announced. The development comes nearly two years after Shiba Inu's anonymous creator, ryoshi, introduced the layer two network. Sure barium, the highly anticipated Ethereum layer two solution for the Shiba Inu ecosystem, has finally gone live today. Launching the network's beta phase comes after an elongated period of sustained weight and several teases from satoshi kusama, Shiba Inu's lead developer. The poster barium is live launch of much awaited Shiba Inu L two solution announced first appeared on the crypto basic.
The Trish Regan Show
People May Rethink Their Ties to Smaller Banks
"I still think there is some danger as we go into this week that a lot of people are going to rethink anything they may have in a regional smaller bank that's not subject to the same kind of scrutiny as the big guys. So any small business or medium sized business that's banking with one of these regionals may say, wait a second. I don't want to go through this headache. Let me just pull my money out and put it into chase or Bank of America or Wells Fargo or one of the big guys. And I'll be more secure. We've kind of had this two tiered banking system, if you think about it, right? In a way, with the big guys being subject to all these liquidity restrictions, et cetera, all these stress tests ever since 2008, and then the regulation changing for the little ones in hopes that they had a chance to one day become one of the big ones, and yet now I think a lot of that is going to get rethought. Because of what we just saw and what we're about to see. Anyway, it's all kind of frustrating because you look at it and you say, the reason the reason this bank was in some of the trouble it was in was because the tech sector went wild. And why did the tech sector go wild and then have that bust? Because the Federal Reserve printed too much money. Joe Biden and the Democrats gave out too much money. There has been so much money in the system so much inflation that it created an environment that was ripe for these kinds of crises. I said this all along and you know, sometimes you just don't even know you can't anticipate what it's going to be. We've been thinking maybe a systemic crisis of some sort. Maybe they were making bad loans. In this case, they weren't even making bad loans. They were just treasuries. I mean, they were bad loans in the sense that they were treasuries that were trading at a lower level because they were only paying about one and a half percent interest rate and now on a two year you can get nearly 5%. So that was too bad for them and they didn't properly allocate for the risk period that they were entering. Nor did they probably even understand the inflationary period that we were going into. They're not listening to this podcast. And they were drinking the Kool-Aid with Janet Yellen and Joe Biden and Jerome Powell trying to say, oh, it's all just transitory. Don't worry, don't worry. Well, they didn't worry, and then they got caught in this really bad situation.
"two years ago" Discussed on WTOP
"The mandel became VMI's Virginia military institute's first ever black superintendent two years ago, is now facing attacks from a mostly white conservative alumni group. The group is questioning Cedric wins pay, and some critics even want him fired. Washington Post metro reporter, high end Shapiro. Talks about this alumni group and why it's criticizing the superintendent and now. What's happening now has been sort of been a slow paced war in an effort to shape the identity of the nation's oldest state supported military college. Two years ago, the governor northam at the time ordered an investigation into college for racism that investigation ended and concluded that the college suffered from racism and must change. And so the school has been instituting all sorts of diversity equity and inclusion reforms and many white alumni don't like it, and they are attacking the superintendent who was black. Their first black superintendent, 183 year history of the college. So they are questioning his pay. He got a bonus of a $100,000 in September. For his performance for the 2021 22 academic year. And a political action committee questioned it and alongside that many of its supporters or donors have been going on radio or social media calling for him to be fired or removed. It's been quite the drama. I am has there been a response from either wins or the college to this point? Yeah, retired army major general wins didn't want to address with media at least the attacks against him, though his supporters came on the record with me. And the president of the board of visitors at VMI gave an interview with me and defended him and his bonus. And said that he had led the college in the last year through a tumultuous time, the pandemic, the response to a state order investigation. He said to me, anytime people are attacking the superintendent, I'm going to be unhappy. He's the one that we're counting on for helping to bring us forward and protect the mission and purpose of the institute to bring us the next level. This is a quote from Tom Washington, a VMI graduate who's white and he is the president of the board of visitors. So there was a defense in the school on this front as well. It's been a really tough time for the school. Well, I am before we let you go. Do we know of his income is out of line in regards to previous leaders of VMI? No, it's not. It's in keeping with other leaders, what's interesting is that when interviewing people in the VMI community about whether they organize a political action committee against prior superintendents and question their compensation despite all sorts of issues that had happened under the terms of other superintendents
"two years ago" Discussed on WTOP
"Superintendent two years ago is now facing attacks from a mostly white conservative alumni group. The group is questioning Cedric wins pay, and some critics even want him fired. Washington Post metro reporter, Ian Shapiro. Talks about this alumni group and why it's criticizing the superintendent now. What's happening now is it would have been a slow pace war in an effort to shape the identity of the nation's oldest state supported military college. Two years ago, the governor northam at the time ordered an investigation into college for racism that investigation ended and concluded that the college suffered from racism and must change. And so the school has been instituting all sorts of diversity equity and inclusion reforms and many white alumni don't like it, and they are attacking the superintendent who was black. Their first black superintendent, 183 year history of the college. So they are questioning his pay. He got a bonus of a $100,000 in September. For his performance for the 2021 22 academic year. And a political action committee questioned it and alongside that many of its supporters or donors have been going on radio or social media calling for him to be fired or removed. It's been quite the drummer. I am, has there been a response from either wins or the college to this point? Yeah, retired army major general wins didn't want to address with me at least the attacks against him, though his supporters came on the record with me. And the president of the board of visitors at VMI gave an interview with me and defended him and his bonus. And said that he had led the college in the last year through a tumultuous time, the pandemic, the response to a state order investigation. He said to me, anytime people are attacking the superintendent, I'm going to be unhappy. He's the one that we're counting on for helping to bring us forward and protect the mission and purpose of the institute to bring us the next level. This is a quote from Tom Watson, a VMI graduate who's white and he is the president of the board of visitors. So there was a defense in the school on this front as well. It's been a really tough time for the school. Well, I am before we let you go. Do we know of his income is out of line in regards to previous leaders of VMI? No, it's not. It's in keeping with other leaders. What's interesting is that when interviewing people in the VMI community about whether they organize the political action committee against prior superintendents and question their compensation despite all sorts of issues that had happened under the terms of other superintendents, we
KCBS All News
"two years ago" Discussed on KCBS All News
"A former university professor, Garrett wrote a book two years ago about prepping. Then became a convert himself. Our country doesn't have the infrastructure anymore to be able to deal with emergencies in a meaningful way. Behind the wheel of his hybrid four by four, he off roads, not for kicks. But to practice what preppers call bugging out. Getting out of Dodge in the event of disaster, steering clear of the masses. We'll take these roads and make sure that, you know, they're not washed out. We can still use them. Just give it a dry run. Give it a try right here. Test running an escape route to the Mojave desert, sounds like overkill. Until it doesn't. Consider this. Days before our interview with Garrett, a wildfire forced him to put his bug out plan into action. And it climbed the ridge. I mean, literally right behind. Literally to right here, my neighbor came and knocked on my door and he said, I think it's time to evacuate. They were helicopters pulling water from the Lake and dumping it on the fire and we decided to go. So we packed up the dogs in the Guinea pigs and we were out the door. How long it take you to pack? 30 minutes. That fire just a couple miles from our cabin. The wildfire burned more than a thousand acres, but didn't reach Garrett's cabin. We're packing up to leave. Still, he used the close call to assess his readiness. How do you think you did? Pretty well. We fell down on documents. Birth certificates, credit cards. They were all over the house. And I had stuff in filing cabinets. It was a mess. I want to get it down to 15. 15 minutes. 15 minutes out the door. Getting the dogs out is no problem. The Guinea pigs are a little harder to wrangle. The act of gathering up animals in a natural disaster recalls the original prepper. Noah, of
Bloomberg Radio New York
"two years ago" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"What has changed since the death of George Floyd two years ago I ask NAACP president Derek Johnson and we have a new report out from the CBO which shows we will have a smaller deficit for this fiscal year and next I talked to committee for a responsible federal budget president Maya McGinnis Plus Secretary of State blinken lays out U.S. policy toward China and we'll speak with a woman in charge of regulating the financial sector in the state of New York department of financial services superintendent Adrian Harris But first when we think about Indiana we may think about agriculture because it really is a breadbasket for a lot of the rest of the country For more on the state of agriculture and other sectors of driving the economy in the hoosier state I talked to Indiana governor Eric holcomb We're known for our ag and now ag bioscience and also our manufacturing where the number one manufacturing intensive state per CAPiTA in the country So we have to make sure we were number one in advanced manufacturing in ten years from now and that's why we brought in these leaders not just thought leaders but action leaders from all over the world literally So governor I'm glad you raised that because I do forgive me tend to think besides the Indianapolis 500 think about it in the end Respect to agriculture What about manufacturer If you're that strong in manufacturing what are you manufacturing there in India Auto aviation We don't just you know we've got Rolls Royce We've got GE aviation We build jet engines We build transmissions Allison transmissions were a key orthopedic medical device capital of the world as well So thank Zimmer biomet as one example We produce 80% of the RV production in North America in one state And so when you think about all the construction that's going on that is just fueling our economy and our economic engines roaring louder than one of those Indy 500 winning cars that you just referenced Ideal Mitt in fact RVs I do think about your RVs and also for that matter Wind instruments at least you have been a big leader in wind insurance as well But let me go to one of the big pressing issues a really upsetting issue that killing of those 19 children down at that school which breaks all of our hearts It's really harrowing But I wonder about what might be done that you think that could help And one of the things that's talked about a lot is red flag laws Suppose a red flag I saw one report in the Indianapolis papers that actually said that there's a problem because even if you have a red flag law you need to get the prosecutors to act on it after the police let them know Are there problems within forcing those kinds of laws Yeah of course there needs to be enforcement of the laws that are on the books Absolutely That's first and foremost and should never be overlooked There is a role for all of us Obviously passing the laws and then the prosecutors that are seeing the cases the judges that are working with them and in some cases the courts are getting more involved if folks aren't if they look the other way or they don't prosecute And that's chief and number one is to make sure that there isn't a revolving door that these violent criminals aren't committing their second and third and fourth offense and in many circumstances like the horrific hard to imagine Latest masked school shooting And I'm grateful actually for our legislature who for years have stepped up to the plate and made sure that we've financially speaking had the wherewithal and commitment to make sure we're hardening or securing our schools themselves There is in year 2022 after so many painful as you say reminders of what can happen anywhere we have to make sure that we're addressing the violence aspect and then making sure when our kids go to school they know that's a safe place And in today's world that means you have to have security in place and will invest in those security measures We have plans submitted to our Indiana Homeland Security school safety plans schools safety and resource officers in these schools and then they've got that plan We're funding and we've done about a 110 million in funding to our schools and every budget year they come back Thankfully and say here's how we can improve Here's what we need to make sure when a kid goes into school there's one port of entry I've got rural schools in the state of Indiana who are kind of scratching their head right now because the parents are saying when I go see my kid I have to have a badge I have to be signed in There's only one port of entry You can't breach that facility and get into a classroom let alone into the building And so I think we've got to make sure we're doing all we can to make sure those are safe places The final question to you sir Because there's talk now in Washington about possible they call it common sense gun legislation Do you think the answer can come at least apart from Washington or you just described what you've done in Indiana It sounds like you and Indiana have taken the bull by the horns so to speak We've gone right to the source of where you know when we address where is the problem we can talk about the root causes and this is this has got to do with folks who are either evil or struggling with some very violent mental health issues We have to address that as well We have to hold people accountable But when it comes to our schools we have to deal with reality and reality is we need to make sure they're safe places That requires funding that requires years of perfecting a security plan and that's.
"two years ago" Discussed on WTOP
"All right let's check in with rob woodfork All right the nationals and mets about to get underway at Nats park in the season opener in WTO peace Dave Preston is their alive with a preview of the long anticipated game Rob were about to get underway in about 5 minutes or so and all eyes were on the left arm of Patrick Corbin as he pitches the season opener the left hander won 14 games two years ago but he lost a league high 16 last season This is also a completely different Nats lineup just two starters Tonight we're in the starting lineup one year ago today In fact we've tweeted the new Nats line of Fortnite at WTO P nationals and mets about to get underway All right Dave the opening round of the masters are rap Sanjay M atop the leaderboard at 5 under Cameron Smith a shot off the pace and Dustin Johnson headlines the three way tie two strokes back and Tiger Woods very much in the mix at one under He says his preparation for round two includes lots of ice Yeah I can relate enough said Tiger According to ESPN stats and info this is the 11th time that Tiger Woods is shot under par in an opening round at the masters He's finishing the top ten and 9 of those previous ten instances including four of his 5 green jacket wins I picked them to win so I'm just gonna say but I'm not saying The case against the NFL for racial discrimination is added two more names Steve Wilkes a former assistant for Ron Rivera and Carolina and ray Horton joined the lawsuit file by Brian Flores the ex head coach of the Miami Dolphins Rob would fork to believe Ethiopia sports.
WNYC 93.9 FM
"two years ago" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Really bad We ask someone who knows I am a young one of the guitarists of the band on The Crown which is that metal band from Belgium That's right the band is called oh Macron They form two years ago which of course is long before the WHO used the name for a new COVID variant It's a dangerous virus We all know people that died of it For example somebody in my family died of it also So it's immediately a weird connotation that we knew people would make with the bands Kasich says it's not the vibe they were going for The concept of the bad is more based on the omega and Sydney galaxy system and there is a theory that the system they once found evidence of et cetera life like aliens and stuff But when the omicron variant started making headlines the band started hearing from reporters a vice article about their predicament got picked up when all over the world This is pretty heady stuff for a group that only has one song out Before it is we don't have any experience with this type of coverage or even like we didn't even have a chance to play live yet Now the group is putting out its first record soon So this could be to their advantage They have a concept album about aliens Casier hopes that people will be interested in that too The concepts started from that and we want to continue with that despite of having the name of the COVID strain for the moment But let's hope that the waves over quickly and.
WNYC 93.9 FM
"two years ago" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Two years ago Prices are even higher if you shop online a guy says because delivery than special packaging cost extra Believe it or not Amazon Prime free shipping is still not available for those livestock purchases We joke like somebody called Jeff Bezos already right Some of the items in the 12 days of Christmas song could get stuck in snarled supply chains so you don't want to wait until the last minute to order Of course not everyone wants to wake up on Christmas morning to find 12 drummers under their tree but a nice gift for your true love That's priceless It's got worse the NPR news Washington Support for planet money comes from workday committed to delivering quick insights to help finance teams plan for what's next Workday the finance HR and planning system for changing world Learn more at work day dot com This is NPR news Support for NPR comes from member stations and from the size Sims foundation since 1985 supporting advances in science education and the arts towards a fair more just society More information is available at size Sims foundation dot org and American Jewish World Service supporting human rights advocates worldwide as they respond to COVID-19 and defend democratic rights learn more at AHA ORG It's.
"two years ago" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Here We are in September and school is back in session and almost exactly two years ago on this show, I talked to Rita Oh, Segarra, who is a freelance reporter? And at the time, she wrote a piece for Chicago reporter dot com, called how low expectations force low income students to miss out on college aid. We had an interesting conversation. And this is what it sounds like You focus this piece on East Aurora High School in Aurora, Illinois. So What I'd like you to do. Just at the outset here when we say low expectations, if you could just briefly explain what this issue here is when we're saying that People are having low expectations for students when they're leaving high school. Yes. So what I meant by looks that Texans was that a lot of the counselors at the school where pushing students to go more towards public school colleges and community colleges instead of pushing them to kind of reach their full potential and go to more. Private universities or elite colleges and a lot of the students that I spoke with one of the top 10 to their definitely had the grades and the capabilities to go to this type of colleges. So it's important for context here that when we talk about the community That, um, East Aurora High School is in. We're talking about a lot of immigrants. It's a high minority population, right? Yes, correct. And so when we think about a school that is in the situation, and there are many schools that are in this kind of area when we talk about low expectations here. We're thinking about things like counselors aren't like you say, pushing students to apply for maybe the bigger schools where maybe they could get more money. Or they're not really helping the students navigate the system because the college application process is not a straightforward and simple process. There's a lot That you have to know there and the students that you spoke to for this piece. A lot of them, sort of the theme that I picked up here was that they were just lost or it felt like they were forgotten about. Yes, that's that's exactly right. And a lot of the problem isn't event the council's fault, but there's just their focus is on graduation right rather than college. So they have to focus on getting them to graduate. Or they have other like behavioral issues They have to focus on and then all the all the work of college falls on the one counselor that's focused on career development. And then a lot of the teachers actually take on the role as counselors, and they help their students in their classes. And they given resources that might help them again. This is a low income community. Um you say a family of four, making $71,300 a year in the Chicago Joliet Naperville area is considered Low income and this school population is 72%. Low income. And It's also the families because you might say to yourself well, how come the parents aren't more involved or the families aren't more involved. The families don't know the system either. And, you know, it's kind of like this game of school. We might call it that you have to know who to talk to. This is a big school, like many of the schools are these days, and it's it's a issue also of the family's sort of being lost in this Yeah, and a lot of them in the story. I say. A lot of them don't have a college degree, but a lot of them don't even have a high school degree. And they don't understand this how the educational system here in the U. S works. A lot of them in this area are Mexican immigrants, and they don't understand the language or the system and, um Part of it also is that these since they're low income, these parents are also working towards re jobs, and they come home really tired. It's hard to educate yourself in a system you don't know about the language you don't know about when you're already so tired from working so much as well. And again, we want to think about just sort of big picture here. Why this all matters. It's really for me. I look at this and I think like a lot of other people would say, Obviously, we want students to do well and be at their full potential and really feel like They've been equipped with the knowledge to go forward for the next step if it's college or if it's trade school or if it's going into the workforce. And it seems like the system overall might not be doing the greatest job in terms of not letting students fall through the cracks. And I know that education is a huge system in this country, but This is a real problem. We're talking about human lives here. And I got to ask the question. You know why the system is the way that it is. Why do we have you know expectations for one group of students that are at one level and a different set of expectations for another level. Did you sort of get to the heart of that at all this piece. Um, I think part of it just comes down to resources. And the former counselor spoke with you works at, uh, Jean Bar Community High School. Uh, he spoke a lot about how he had resources, and the council had extra training on career, um, advancement for students that will go to seminars or conferences. And at ease, he said. That was something that was an offer because they don't they don't have the money to pay for that kind of things for that kind of training for counsellors. And they're just more well equipped to help the students succeed and the counselors as east or not, because they don't have the resources and it kind of hurts. Sister is the most even though um The council..
"two years ago" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"Reduction two years ago. She has a very nice breath. Big breath. Okay. You want smaller breasts is actually the point of those, sir. Need. That Sounds? Yeah, that was her surgeon, Actually. Okay, so I'm guessing that she's in the news because it didn't go. Well, that turns out she was an E Cup and was all Already having back pain. After the surgery, she got them reduced to a C cup. Good girl. I mean good for her. That's got to be life changing for her. But for some strange reason it didn't take. Bethany realized that three months after her surgery. They were growing back. I didn't know that was possible. I need whatever she's gone. How can I get my weight to go straight to my boobs or my but not enough shirts that she bought? Started splitting at the seams, and within a year they were all the way back to being ease again. Nobody got time for that. It's like those candles own. You try to blow them out, and they never actually blow out a second. Then they come back trick movies, she says. The question that she always gets his did she just gain a bunch of weight and the answer is no. They Really did grow back. Wow, human bodies. This is terrible news, though, for people jealous. I mean, she's not the only person that that's happened to a plastic surgeon in New York says it's rare, but it does happen sometimes because of hormonal changes, and it's even rarer for them to grow back completely to full size. My God, it's not good. It's not double rainbow. It's bad. Bethany thinks it might have to do with the fact that she has thyroid issue. Use, and she's not sure yet if she'll have a second surgery decides down again, But she is a dancer. So it is affecting her career as a dancer. Yeah, like just a regular dancer. Now, this is instantly considered a stripper. I mean, she's probably consider changing to a different type of I'm trying to be invalid. Yeah, I mean, that's happened to my mom moved to LA to be a dancer, but her boobs are too big jobs. The Lord is telling you something when he's making them come back. Opinion one. Yeah. This next laser stories out of food news. Hey, this is the type of thing you don't mention when your doctor asked if your diets changed at all. But Panera Bread just added some new menu options, including a macaroni and cheese sandwich. Yeah, there is so much hard. Yeah, much good broccoli cheddar. What does that look like? An employee leaked a video of it last week. And people weren't that sure if it was real or not, but It is real and it's pretty much what you'd expect. Creamy hope it do it. So I do expect and cheesy two scoops of Mac and cheese between two pieces of toasted white bread. And they toss in some Parmesan crisps in order to give it a little extra crunch. Whoa! Oh, my gosh. Okay, so good. It's so simple to Yeah, Back in cheese with bread, And.
"two years ago" Discussed on AP News
"Than $8000 higher than it was just two years ago that from J D power I'm Rita Foley. AP News Thank you, y'all ready for this? Who's got the cheese? I want a burger. I want a hot dog I want to please I want a veggie dog. I want ice cream. I want ice cream cake. I love Oh, we're fired. Drinks, not cold. We're out of ice were hungry. I want summer barbecues can be pretty hectic. Burgers are ready. Eat up, guys. This is actually good Dad, but we know there's magic in all those hungry kids and really, really well done. Burgers magic every day, all summer long. Heinz. It's a perilous crossroads from millions of Americans as two anchors of the government's coronavirus protection package end an estimated 8.9 million people are losing unemployment benefits. With the $300 federal boost to weekly payments expiring. The federal moratorium on evictions has already expired. While other aspects of pandemic assistance, including rental aid, and the expanded child tax credit are still widely available. Millions of Americans face Labor Day with a suddenly shrunken social safety net. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says Congress should extend the added jobless benefits. I believe in extending it. They're a good number of congressmen and senators who do not. We're going to fight to try and get it. President Biden believes the U. S economy is strong enough not to be rattled. But on Friday, he added, states have the option to extend those benefits. And the federal resources from the rescue plan to do so. Ben Thomas Washington in the wake of deadly flooding in the Northeast, for my idea of the Senate majority leader is again pushing to pass legislation he says, will help mitigate future storms and combat climate change. Standing outside one of the New York City subway stations that had a waterfall gushing into it. On Wednesday, Chuck Schumer says both the bipartisan infrastructure bill and the reconciliation bill are what's needed. We need big, bold action. To protect us from future storms and prevent future storms from coming. And the bill that we the two bills we have before us in Congress are 12 Punch the $1 Trillion bill to rebuild the nation's crumbling infrastructure passed the Senate but still needs to clear the house. The $3.5 trillion reconciliation bill is still being negotiated. Julie Walker, New York a Guinean Army colonel, seize control of state television and declared President Alpha Conde is government had been dissolved and that the nation's borders will be closed. Gunfire erupted outside the presidential palace just hours before the group of mutinous soldiers took to the airwaves to announce the data. Speaking on behalf of the group, Colonel Mamadi Mboya vowed to restore democracy.
WGR 550 Sports Radio
"two years ago" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Real I think a real good thought in all of this is I for me? I like the idea of a little bit older, a little bit older player in a in a player like, um Um Max, come to watch who led the team in points. I think I'm pretty sure he led the team in goals this year. Um After? Yes, he did 16. He did. We had 16 goals like he was on pace for. He was on pace for 25. He was on pace for over 50 points. This. This is a really good player, A very young player in the league to he has. He's this was basically his first full year in the National Hockey League. This is a great, great great player, and he's got some physicality to him. He's a big kid at 62 to 15 to 20. He's a point he He's a point producer. He's done it all. He's done it at all levels. So his visit a fluke. Yeah. Two years ago, he was playing junior hockey and in Drummond Drummond Ville. Yeah, I didn't in 25 games that year. 25 games. This is in the Quebec Major Junior. Okay. He was playing junior hockey in 25 games. He had 31 goals. 48 points. In 25 games. He was averaging two points a game. He had 31 goals in 25 games. This is this is a player. This is an absolute player. He's got size, he can skate. He's got all of that. And he's 22 years old. He's just He's just a kid. He's very young. So Brett messages me here, and he says he wants to get in on the GM talk, he says. Number three z gris Henrik as a cap dump and one of calm to operate or Colangelo so come to what would be your pick? So you have to take Adam Henrique any interest in taking on Henrik? I mean, you need you need pleasure. But you need players rib. You're going to lose because you're going to lose, Sam. And who knows how many you get? Maybe you do a one for one deal with him for defenseman Who knows? I'm just saying, Resto, who knows what you get for Risto, Right? I mean, like one of these deals pray the Lord when when I When I heard yesterday that Risto or there was speculation. That the New Jersey Devils were interested in Rasmus risk of line in The first thing that came to my mind was one thing. And what was that, Petey? I don't remember. Miles would Oh, of course. How did it get mild word? What a fail. What a fail. I just failed out of college right there. Frank College flunk. Yeah, Miles would miles would Miles would Absent. That would be a nice piece to just ride around her physical could score goals. Power forward. He's got nastiness and aggression, but he's a player. He kills penalties. He's he's a character player. Please. Well, listen, I just want everybody listening. As I know there are a lot of people listening and they love this. They love this idea of Anaheim. But there's a player and I mentioned it mentioned it to you riff that I really want Anna or Buffalo to get in this deal. There's one player it doesn't make or break the deal, but I don't think it's a player that Anaheim would say No, We're not doing the deal because you want him, but he's a player that we need. Here on this team period. Anaheim needs him to Montreal needs them. Vegas needs in Toronto needs of every team needs a guy like this. I'll tell you who it is after the break, and I'll also tell you after the break why I think this deal gets done sooner rather than later. Think we both can answer that. But maybe it's obvious..
Dancing with Bipolar
"two years ago" Discussed on Dancing with Bipolar
"Hi this is dawn sharia with dancing with bipolar. And i wanted to tell you why. I chose anchor to make my podcast. First anchors easiest way to make a podcast they give you everything you need for free in one place where you can record with either your phone or your computer anchor gives you creation tools that allow you to record edit your podcast so it sounds great so just in case your baby starts crying or.
Dancing with Bipolar
"two years ago" Discussed on Dancing with Bipolar
"Get the pilot ice cream i don't drink so there's the champagne and all that and you know tomorrow's another day and i'll probably walk the dog and Do and get some. I don't know something in it'll be just as good you know. And i mean celebrating all week kind of It's kind of like mini christmas here. Thanks to a whole bunch of windfalls that came into place the same time so. I'm super grateful. I'm you know two years longtime long time in from there to now i am a changed person. Christopher dark definitely affected me in the flow of the show and who. I've become since that in. You know we talk about a lot about fifty moments and let me tell you that was one of them right there where i i think there was actually more like five routes five crossroads there that i could have taken in our bad except for the one that i chose to stay on and do the work and get well and not Die the two souls that i love the most and Proud of that so you have within the two year period. That has probably been the hardest thing i've ever experienced and publicly publicly went through shared like as raw as i did air. I'm grateful that you allowed to do that. And let's hope that you know within the next two years that we don't have to Share anything as awful as i would like to share about An engagement. I'm not seeing anybody right now but that would be awesome. Something happy like that. You know in in. Forget that. Even though i said i'm going guess i'm getting really good at faking it to serve the public. I'm still not okay. I'm still screwing up on my medication. All two of them. And i still can't manage to take properly. My sleep is still screwed. Like i said the delusion which i went into last show cannot really wanna get into it right now because the kind of freaks me out a little bit to realize how far my brain can go out when it's triggered and there was a legit trigger so at least there's that but nonetheless i'm glad i i'm glad i.
Dancing with Bipolar
"two years ago" Discussed on Dancing with Bipolar
"You know there's been a lot of. There's been smoking a lot of weed and Houses getting together slowly but definitely getting pulled together the kittens by had to do it. You know the new bad came on. The bed is off the floor. So the kittens have all this new room to run in bump into shit in run and it's a lot better for them and i'm not. I'm not concerned at all about this bed frame falling in crushing them so I'm better would that in you know. The bet is higher off the ground. So that weird thing. I have with Closely ground on my hebrews about. That are dissuaded. Some still haven't actually had a good night's sleep though. Don't know what exactly is going on. And there's a funny because there's a lot going on and there's a lot going on like i am very much not busy right now in. I am okay with this. I'm kind of really taking this downtime. Just savouring it truthfully in Sinking now the more that. I'm putting my house together and getting together and doing laundry and moving stuff and making it more liveable because it's not really a livable in wintertime. A half forget survivable because it's so cold but livable is not something i think about in winter. Winter is getting from the cold cold charter. Make the inside less cold to get into blankets into thermals. Under bad just go to sleep indus. Try to get through winter. And i actually did good this winter because of pena in having to like walk him and stuff but hibernation key for wintertime and now that i'm cleaning the house up and God you know food box food. In order to put it is dangerous combination. Haven't found anything absolutely ski ish yet at. I'm really hoping. I don't while i'm cleaning up and you know housing making the house a house again like i said wintertime. It's not a house it's just a it's a surviving charter. Stay warm and into just get through but not here and will the kittens the kittens of spurred a lotta design because the thought of one of them falling through a hole through one of the floor taken off through sidewall or any of other numerous failed by metal sheeting or nails or any other good stuff. That could actually happen to them in here. Kind of made me have to get this together quicker. And because now. I purchased a bed participant. I paid rent to bump on my food stamp so i actually bought a lot of basic pantry stock food which i think was smart t. It's spices and all that kind of stuff. Because it was time we'll tolerate i get a lot of bouillon of anybody ever wants soup common over. We have plenty of soup so cake. I didn't leave the house today yard today. Did i think i left the porch the porch the porch today..
KNBR The Sports Leader
"two years ago" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Blanken dancers. Tell me, boy. Oh, well, hey, listen, I wanted to say something to you, Tony, though about Garoppolo being good, Not great, So just just just food for thought here like I feel that we live in such a short, if not no attention span error that you could have said the same thing about Josh Allen two years ago. Josh Allen's good, He's not great. My thing is sometimes you have to exercise a little patience. A little guy grow. Maybe grapple could become great. But if we if people pull the plug on him after one full year I don't know if we'll ever find out now I know Tony. He has been able to stay on the field. That's a problem. Yes, the old Janet Jackson questioned Polly, What have you done for me lately? Yeah. Don't get me wrong, man. I'm a Garoppolo fan. But it is a no win now society that we live in and, um You know, when I think of great quarterbacks, I think of Joe. I think of Steve. I think of Roger's I think of radiant Mahomes. You know, Uh, later on, we're going to dive into Merce Man crashed on my homes by the way, versus your man Crest of, Brady said, And maybe we should insert the promo that we made. Um yes, the man crushed promo. Let's insert it actually lets inserted right here in one corner. It's Brian Murphy lavishing my homes with love. My homes is different homes is special in the other. It's Polly Mac with his man crush on Brady. I'm telling you ready showing up, Dude, He ain't here for show. He's here to win this damn game. To host her. Smith Me yet divided over to Super Bowl QB. He's the new guy not so fast. Well, Murph in Max relationship indoor through super weak And Will these force leaders survive here something I'll say that'll just blow up the fricking station right now. Find out on the next episode of Murphy in Max Bromance battle follow You and I are pitted head to head. That's right. Better for the show. Tomorrow Morning, 6 to 10 on your home of Super Bowl 55 knbr one over. We're five.
ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"two years ago" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Marquess sister Trevor, manage with you as we get you set. The college Football playoff national championship, presented by 18 T. Alabama against Ohio State wherein are indeed studios and Trevor as we look at Nick Saban and obviously regarded by many as the greatest college football coach, and he was at all he's been a lot of places he was at Ohio State is a defensive backs coach for Earl Bruce. Back in 1980. 1981. Why has he had such unbelievable success in Alabama Well, starts with what's become known as the process. Saving knows that you can win for a year or two. With talent, but to sustain success at the highest level. Over the long term, you've gotta build systems, not just talent systems that develop the talent. That's one of the reasons he continues toe win at this level. Even though players and coaches and coordinators roll through that place all the time, and he it seems like he maximizes what he gets from these players. Look, we're watching Jalen Waddle warm up right now, and we hope that he can come out and maybe play tonight in this national championship game, or Alabama certainly hopes that he can, but he seems to maximize the potential of these guys. Well, that's what it is. I got to sit with him in his office for about a half an hour. Two years ago, and I asked him what was the key to success to Alabama football ink that people don't realize that I expected him cast E to talk about bringing in people. Instead, he said, the key to our success the foundation of our athletic success is that everybody and everything that we do is designed to maximize the experience of the student athlete off the field first and then to give them opportunities on the field. He said that by building young men He builds coachable outstanding football players. It starts with the young men. That's one of the systems that he has in place, and one of those players have certainly got opportunity this year, Mac Jones, who came in third in the Heisman, all he did was passed for over 4000 yards. 36 touchdowns he'll be facing off against Justin Fields, the Ohio State quarterback for more on the quarterback's Let's head down to Miami with Greg McElroy here, Sean McDonough. Alright, testy. Thank you. Clearly, they're two of the very best quarterbacks in the country. Let's start with Justin Fields, Greg. Most believe if Ohio State has chance tonight. He has to have an immense game and he's certainly capable of it. He is and he's dealing the hot hand, too, and sometimes that confidence from a great performance can carry over. Into the next performance I could speak to that is a player and I.
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"Henry for the season one. He's averaging 105. Okay, so he's doing pretty well week to week, But more importantly, they're playing Houston this week and when they played earlier in the season Derrick Henry 212 yards, so He could do this yet and previous game against Houston. I think last year we ran for over 200, so this is possible. I mean, we could see Derrick Henry hit 2000 yards this season, which hasn't been done since Adrian Peterson. So that's a big deal. It also puts him in company with Chris Johnson. C J to K Now the Titans running back, but Looking at Derrick Henry. It's so fascinating, right? Because think about this we talk about now, and he is a clearly understood by everybody. Bonified superstar. Two years ago. That wasn't the case. You remember Derrick Henry two years ago because he was a guy that getting done a whole lot. I mean, his first season he had maybe 500 yards. Second season. He didn't do much until basically the back half of the year. I mean, it took Derrick Henry maybe until the last four games of the season. Before he actually became the Derrick Henry that we know today, and it's a testament to the coaching staff of the Titans and using him properly, and it's also kind of shocking because My goodness, Mike malarkey. What were you doing? What was he doing like It's crazy to think that there were ties that Mike Malarkey wasn't able to get the talent out of Derrick Henry. We're talking about a Straight forward, run you over running back, and it took him a couple of years to figure it out. But now that he's figured it out, he's rolling and he's unstoppable. And that's why when I mentioned before the idea that Derrick Henry is exceptional, I really mean that. I mean, he is a guy that is the focal point of an offense. He doesn't catch passes for running back. That's pretty rare, like look at all the Kamara and and what he is for the Saints and how great of a receiver he is. Christian McCaffrey, Dalvin cook and catch a good number of passes. But Derrick Henry doesn't really do that. Yet. He's still a guy that you can believe is the center of an offense that can win playoff games and has one playoff games. So he's just a he's amazing player. I mean, you really got to step back and appreciate what he is. He's very unique in today's NFL, So I'm rooting for him but a 55212. 4 to 27. That's how you do on the show. I'm Vince Quinn. This is the Vince Quinn show and we have a mailbox now, so I had to wait it out The address. Come find us on dissent is something in the mail, but also when we come back You got the bills playing the Dolphins. There's some drama for the Dolphins regarding the draft, and I want to talk about that next, but first stay tuned for a sports update with Mike McCann. See me for sports flag. Events. It looks like the Orange Bull's gonna ignite some.