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Nolan Mast on Roadmaster Active Suspension
"Today. We have no mass from roadmaster. Active suspension known tells us about the history of roadmaster active suspension. And how it was an idea that was originally created while the owners were driving on the rough roads of south africa. The system is designed to add strength and stability to your vehicle at all times towing or not without needing to make any adjustments after the initial install which by the way is very easy and a good project for any diy. Her nolan also talks about how the system has changed throughout the years and how they are keeping an eye on the automotive industry for changes. So before i tell you the whole story. Let's get nolan on here and get this episode started. I nolan welcome to the show. Can you start by telling us a little bit about yourself. And your role at roadmaster active suspension. I'm currently the lead marketing at roadmaster actress suspension and been with the company for for about ten years originally from a small town in northeastern ohio. And my dad was a was a farmer that kind of led me into the direction of going to automative and looking focusing on sports and that kind of thing so but what about union. College up in northeast. Ohio with a with a major sports business intern with a few minor league and major league teams ended up down in north carolina interviewed with roadmaster active suspension primarily. Because kind of automotive industry would almost a call cousins with the sports and outdoors type industry so if there was the company the owners of the company klabin injure chevy's great people and really working for a company with great people at the top of my list when i was interviewing with several different companies. They hired me on in two thousand ten. June of two thousand and ten being account management position in the account management position really we focusing on working with the dealers over the eight years that was in the account management position. A really got to talk to and kind of learned from the dealers and primarily their mom and pop
"union college" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"In Pittsburgh, and the celebration underway. Love sticks, helmets littering the ice. They have flooded off the bench from the far side down into the near corner to our right celebrating around Philip Lindbergh. In the most unordinary of seasons. Key players out of the lineup in the national semifinal due to Cove in 19. Lindberg gets the start and the shut out 25 saves here in the national championship. And it's a five Nothing you mass win. What a scene down on the ice as the U. Mass. Minutemen celebrate their first national championship. I said, it's just a remarkable job. By the minimum. You're looking a Tampa Bay Lightning won the Stanley Cup that I go through Toronto undamaged and two bubbles to do it and the most uncommon of seasons you mask Through the unbalanced scheduling the schedule of hockey's got made up literally by the week with all the cancelations and Coleman issues that they had. You never know who you're gonna play. Next. It was constant adjusting on the fly. All the programs in that conference, even through the playoffs, so they win their league championship by beating in state rival U Mass. Lowell. Then they go to Albany. You get the Notre Dame thing in Albany, where they can play. They want a beating to Boston schools. Then they come here to Pittsburgh. They knock out the defending champs, and then they knock out sing Cloud State. Who was the number two team in the N C. H. E. E s o Great job by you Mask who knocked off the top two teams in college hockey's top conference to win the national title, and that is something to save her for a long time players and coaches embracing down on the ice. The faceoff circle to our right there, hugging the championship hats are going to be distributed here in Pittsburgh and you Mass shuts out. ST. Cloud State five Nothing in the national championship game. This team 18 2 and three since December, 7th And what a job By Greg Carvel 5 29 into in his first season five years later, a rewarding process, he said they're celebrating the national championship. This is a moment that he told us yesterday he dared to dream about. And Dave. They couldn't do it in more convincing fashion. This was complete wire to wire domination by the minute, man. It certainly was. And I see Sing Cloud State a lot. I see a little bit more than U mass. I've seen you mask be this good When I have never seen you mascot, a team so out of their game that they did to Saint Cloud. I think one of the reasons was ST Cloud lives in the paint. In front of opposing teams nets, and it was just absolutely something that humans would not let them do. And you can tell from the reaction in the stands. This means so much to their schools to their university. Their athletic director Ryan Bamford, has done a lot to support this program. These guys are the underdogs. No one expected U Mass to reach this stage. And it seems like they're built to do it consistently now with the leadership of great Carvell when you take a look at the teams that have won national titles over the last few years, and it's to go back to Union College, winning it under Rick Bennett. Their teams that are a little older Teams are a little bigger teams that have a lot of four year guys that could build a culture where the upperclassmen can create a legacy that they could hand down. To the next generations. That's one of the major reasons that they have had success. All right, we're joined now. Down by the ice by Jake Gaudet. Jake. Congratulations on the national championship. Your teammate Bobby Tre Video always tells the locker room win a national championship and you'll go down in history. How does it feel to make history here tonight? Mm hmm. Again. We're trying to get Jake got debt with us down there on the ice. Jake, do you have it's.
"union college" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"52. Here in Sacramento, a news 93.1 case became along with Christina Madonna. So we head off to a John Lockwood had Genevieve's Burford and brothers. John. Good to have you on the program this morning. I think since the last time you were on our program, the market went on steroids. Just crazy, You know? Yeah. You know, Sam, it really has been quite an interesting right here you know is a news on vaccines is really lifted Stocks and if you think about it, you know the market being forward looking That's really what we've been waiting for. To try to get back to, you know, sons some sense of normalcy. So you know his Fizer comes out, you know, with 90% effectiveness, you know, reportedly and Moderna yesterday said, you know, they're vaccine is looking promising. You know, that's just continuing to add fuel. To the market. And, you know, we're actually seeing kind of Ah reversal into some of those value oriented stocks that you know we with expect T O pop. As we get back to somewhat of a normal level this morning, however, its stock market a little bit lower. And that primarily has to do with one of our big disruptors Amazon saying they were coming after the pharmacy market. And so you've got stocks like CVS and Walgreens. Some big companies out there taking a hit. Also disappointing retail sales has a little bit of AH damper on Wall Street sentiment, Boeing 7 37 max that to return his industry looks to recover from the pandemic. Regulators said that they were pretty much near the finish line as it relates to reviewing the 7 37 Max, after was grounded they looking back to march of 2019. And so although e commerce sales have been up handsomely retail stocks like Home Depot WALMART. Cole's seeing a little bit of a dip there in the growth in their brick and mortar sales in October, So let's take a look at the real time numbers here on Wall Street. The Dow currently down one of the quarter percent or 374 points, and 5 29,077. S and P off slightly at 35 94 wall. The NASDAQ is lower by 53 points at 11 83 the 10 Year bond yield at 100.86%, John. Thanks so much talked again and a half an hour. Here's what Kitty O'Neil's working on for this afternoon. Good morning, Christina and Sam. Well, today, the SAP. No City Council could consider a total ban on fireworks will have a poll on that as well. Okay, we'll hear from Kitty. It's starting at four o'clock this afternoon. It is Tuesday, November 17 the time for what? You're what happened. Albert Parnell. What'd you have for us? Yes. So I'm gonna start with your 18 27. And that's when Delta Phi Sigma five fraternities were founded at Union College in New York City, New York City in the state of New York State. New York. Yeah, I don't know how to pronounce that city. It says, Like Sheena Neck, tatty connected, connected connected. He had used to be the corporate headquarters for General Electric. Oh, I worked in that market. S o, you know, connected. It's right next to Albany, which is the state capital ships been, said Schenectady. If you took all those elected and then and then the other, the Tri City area is Troy Troy Albany's connected he troy geography. Today he's keeping with the college and return anything. The next one. I haven't year 1911. And that's when Omega Psi Phi fraternity was found. It was the first black Greek letter organization founded at a historically black college. So you're just hitting us with a bunch of Greek Yeah, You know, I just saw that was like Miles will do it. He's going with the theme. Yes, it was just theme. Okay? No, you know. No. It's your segment. He wanted it. Z e. I think you weren't you in a fraternity of some sort. So I still him. Yes. I am an attorney. I'm Capt. Outside Return Inc I talk to the nukes. All right, So that's what the next one.
"union college" Discussed on Blogging the Boys
"Go to Jacobo. North West Pacific Union College you get to Lsu in two thousand eighteen and you start every game as a junior at Lsu. How important and how cool was that to go to a program like Lsu from junior college walk right in start every game and just kind of dominate. From the word. Go Right. I felt I felt the economy out of work that I put in. Have AND DO Co. I felt like I didn't do it. I had to do a lot more. You know what I'm saying. I had to do a lot more to my G- aimed to advance mellow. I made it to Lsu. And I did turn it up and not Work with some great teammate. My coaches got me right. Tom MOFFATT and weight room being increased on my knowledge. More often landon tuneup. Not because I had all the tubes and go in ahead of the two and a half but I rented land up all going to La really based on like booze my game of owner throwing games as zone. You you know doing this break go made on Catholic store everything then playing for the lsat not big old big pal team so you know what a great team playing for those teams. Were blessed with me. You know just coming from a small town and plan for the type of team right They have no offer savings so it really no moment's thing wave me tweeting ran away base and I know in two thousand eighteen year at Lsu. You guys kind of started to to round into shape at the end of the season. Did even you did. Did the team at all in two thousand eighteen. Think that you guys were going to have the season of two thousand nineteen that you had the undefeated national championship season. Go who game. So you know we WANNA way Nestle turn to when we knew coming into the The we have all of that aid. Everybody's wealthy to what we're trying to do. Everybody will accountable holding on weight every Basil Airbag. Trust me inside them so we knew what we had to do. We had to come in put list waiting until we doing our is they give you there. We get when we did everybody. It's it's incredible to watch you guys play in two thousand nineteen because you look on the often side of the ball. You guys probably the best quarterback in college football of all time. The season he had last year. You have to Alzheimer's Devers. You have to awesome tight ends. You have great defenders in every level but when you kind of tie it all back it all comes back to offensive line. You know the big three with yourself. Cushenberry Charles you guys kind of set the tone for that that team and that offense is that a feeling that that you think that locker room shares as well while you do have. Nfl talent all over the field. All kind of comes back to the three big guys on that front that front line. That are protecting borough given the Edwardsville airtime to find holes in make runs it. All kind of comes back to you guys. Is that kind of attitude. And is that the kind of narrative that you think that that fits that? Lsu Two thousand nineteen season on no doubt. You know don't happen without the if you don't know Kotil. He always come around to you over the big. He loves recruiting big. He'll come say that in many star with the big either France won't do now without so we get going it whole team get going. We won't get you know. High Bear better. Get everybody rose. Kerr napping rolling down the whole team down so we can never be that we all one thing about. Oh Land We gotta be up now got time. It'd be accountable and get the get the road so we won't Communicate Hannah bid and they're mad at going and you take a look at you guys schedule in two thousand nineteen. You played Texas. Who has defensive Lineman Galore Allburn who has to top Defense Alignment Alabama who always has a good defense align Texas A. and M. Oklahoma Georgia Clemson Was it like just kind of going up against so much town? That had to help your preparation for this this. Nfl Year where you went up against so much. Nfl talent in your senior year to Lsu. You know like when you see every week long phases like two or three to play. I've been gone to the lead. So we prepare is Coaching do a great great jobs if apparel but On the field and you know both now we have good mean group this. I mean that we do. Do you know these religious tone everything down and they tell us We got this this another nut around. We do like fifteen around like the Boston so we got this the first day. Kill that second third. Now we feel hanging around with Clem. And so is the We got to go night rocky and drink drink. Huawei Wayne come here to do so. We say we don't give it all out there by the again and so we told you to give it all up and then when we did game out everything that's all. I WanNa talk about that game. A Little Bit National Championship game between you guys. Clemson one of the Best National Championship Games. I remember watching. And just of all really in recent history. It was a fantastic game I know going into that halftime in the first half you guys probably probably didn't perform to the level that you wanted to both offensively and defensively. What were the halftime talks? Like at halftime when that game was maybe a little too close for comfort for you guys beyond the which are big. Nobody on health. Because I know we talk with. We already told him to what we come here to do. Like no matter. Don't need to get up of an ad. We already know we need to do so. I feel like everybody inside of school and tickets like me form in for like we supposed to do and everybody really went out and they were. They were in town. I believe they play the bass order now winning going onto the plane. And all we've been doing hosie don't chain be off the LSU B. L. She that's great. That's a great way to put it Just for the fans in a lot of probably the Lsu fans more than anything. Listen to this you know. I know coach order on He's really known A lot of people know him by name and the you know his his his southern accent but but describe coach order on in a way of from an offensive lineman. A guy that you said you know is very keen. On recruiting his offense alignment. He's very close with his offense alignment. Just just talk about coach. Oh Doron and the impact that he's had on your life and your career as a football player. You know Coz like a father to me you know. He came to recruit me him himself in Cain to go to go. He came back so he recruited me. Canada recruit me as a no to me on his way. I do laugh like big for them. He came look me directly at the new ones who played for La all state scholarship. As I want to be a title CONTENDER DOWN WITH MY DREAM. You know what went they? They write the really my cane with Louise. Home accompanied by a lot of people calling me up so dealing with staining south on good so so I'm down really thanks for that. You know for him off to let me been part of their team. They're playing around like a teammate. Been on history thing. I bless. You know great coach. Great falls of guys The player he's GonNa be anywhere you go. It's going to be hard but you know great guys. Elta you're on the lead you in the right direction makes it. He gets a bit you know. He's a great gal. Really clear on really you know really great for sure for sure Cooman I don't have any more questions for you get you out of here For the for the guys listening girls listening. Who who might not be familiar Damian Lewis. What's a player that you kind of model your game after that's either in the NFL? Maybe even in college Somebody that if they WANNA look up Damian Lewis and they want to know who he as a player who somebody parable that you. Kinda game after. I say you know I look at cow. Robinet Gray Rob Dole not real At the mall and again running religion Guy Everywhere and always love getting my my answers to this scale. If you were in my shoes in euro writing a scouting report on yourself and you you know you. You had to go through and you had to talk about the strengths. Talk about the weaknesses. What would you say are some of your strengths and some of the things that you Kinda WanNa see yourself improve on over these next few months already most out again in the band game you know and you know right good in the borders? Get along Norwegian guys at a key ball human genes that you know you and if there's a few things that you do want to clean up on these next few months what those be placed. Gotcha Gotcha great man. I really appreciate you coming on. This is a lot of fun Again it was really cool to hear your your your success story coming from high school to junior college to Lsu and then having you talk a little bit about this the last few years for.
"union college" Discussed on Slate's Working
"And what she likes best about her new line of work. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. Welcome Nicole thank you. Would you mind beginning with your first job. Tell tell me about your work as an attorney. So I clerked for a couple of federal judges and then I went to work as a federal public defender in the Southern District of New York. You work so that was basically. I was representing indigent. Defendants in federal court in Manhattan. What kind of help did you give your plans? Well most of my clients Sayi- were charged with things. Having to do with guns drugs or illegally reentering the United States. I did have some white collar. The clients who were charged with fraud And things like that. I had I think one child pornography case so it was really the range of things that people people are charged with in federal court. And so you were appearing in court as well as giving advice to your clients. I mean you were oppose new. Actually I was GONNA say put on robes but I guess not quite here. No No I I always am envious of the lawyers in England get to wear wigs and robes. But now I just had suits so yeah we would have calendar and if it was our day to go get new clients we would be assigned whoever was arrested and brought in that day and and meet with them and be there for their first guilty plea and bail hearing and then work on their case until they either went to trial or pled guilty either went to trial Pleading guilty so and through sentencing. Obviously what did you enjoy about this kind of work. I liked learning about my clients and their stories. I liked figuring out how their worlds worked. I did not really enjoy working with my white collar clients mainly because has there's something about people once they get used to telling their story that they start to believe it and so it's just very frustrating to work with them but I loved working with my other clients. Who usually could make pretty rational decisions about what was in their best interest? And you learn things like you know someone who is is charged with moving and amount of drugs that is going to send them to jail for ten years. It doesn't make enough money. He still has to work as a carpet. Layer right right and you're like wow you work full time as a carpet layer and you're dealing these drugs. That sounds really exhausted. No you didn't stay in that position during her entire career as a lawyer now you became a First Amendment lawyer. Yes yes so my so why did you make much interest of all. I really think there are sort of two kinds of public defenders. They're lifers and there are those who burn out after after four or five years and I really going into D.. Had No idea which of those two I was and I ended up going on maternity. I believe right at the end of a murder trial That was very exhausting. And when I came back I realized that I had burnt out and and I was spending way too much time in jail having not done anything wrong. And and Yeah I was sort of exhausted and when I had been in college I was trying to decide between going to law school or going into publishing and I had spent my summers in college working for the New Yorker and had spent a year in the Daily News Legal Department and so First Amendment and that kind of law had always been interesting to me and so I decided to try to make a shift I go about since you mentioned a murder trial. So how many murder trials did you participants. I think that was my only only one. was that noticeable. We don't have the death penalty. New York's wasn't like it actually. There is a federal and that case had started off as a terrible phrase as a death eligible case and so the real work of that case was convincing the government not to seek the death penalty against our client which they did not and then we took to trial. And how long were you working on that case a couple the years. Well exclusively no okay. Now I had a lot of other so you had to go many cases at all times. Not As many as public defenders in the state awesome. Do we were relatively lucky. That our caseloads were manageable. All right so you decided to move into amendment law because you have this interest but having an interest in something of a background isn't the same as just doing that. How did you find that job? I mean she has an attorney. Who has worked in one particular aspect the law? How do you kind of find that job? That's going to put you into another type of situation when I was thinking of applying to law school. My mom put me in touch with someone who she said was the only happy lawyer she had ever met. Her name was Eve Burton and she was then working at the New York daily early news and so I talked to her and she loved her job. And that's how I ended up working at the Daily News for the year before I went to law school and so when I was looking to make a change I reached back out to eve and said Hey I'm thinking about making this change. And she said that's really funny. I know a firm that is actually looking and she Put us together. What is the daily life of being a First Amendment lawyer? It mainly involves sitting at a computer and doing a lot lot of legal research and writing a lot of briefs. So am I right in thinking that a company like the company that you work for has clients who are perhaps is public various kinds and they go to the kinds of questions which then the lawyers have to research. Is that how it works. Yes or you know the main in types of cases that we worked on were liable defense. So you say something terrible about someone and get sued and we will defend you you or if someone was trying to subpoena reporter's notes that they did not want to turn over we would defend those subpoenas freedom of Information Act work. So what would that be if reporters wanted to get their hands on some sort of public documents and the government was not responding to freedom of Information Act. Requests quests than we would seek those documents in court and so this work I mean did you did you like it. Were you happy lawyer there. I was not a happy lawyer I had the two best litigation jobs I could imagine. I mean the idea that coming out of my clerk ships I got to go to court court. Every day was unheard of. I would talk to my friends from law school and they wouldn't get to do a deposition for the first six years you know if they were in a big firm and and I really got into court. I was working on constitutional issues that were exciting. I had great colleagues and the day to day details of my job. Just ground me down. We were really soul-crushing. In what way did you find it. soul-crushing one really interesting increasing about the move from criminal work to civil work. was that in the criminal area. The federal defenders and the prosecutors prosecutors are up against each other all the time over and over again and so there's an incentive to not screw each other over because you're going to be on the case with them the next day to and in civil practice. I saw that fly out the window. You have people who don't feel like they are ever going to see you again. And and so there is a nastiness to the practice of. Let's file this on Christmas Eve. You get really good at sort of snarky mean letter writing which is just not a part of my soul that I wanted to develop. I'm really good at it but But it turned out that it was not actually that fulfilling on a day-to-day visas and the other thing too. Is that some people really get get a good adrenaline rush from going to court. You know they talk about something going to trial and they just they light up and they get really excited and I just just always wanted to throw up I got the adrenaline rush but not in a good way was like stage fright. Yeah it was. It was really just us. I got really anxious when I had to go to trial which is funny because now I speak in public all the time right. I'm a rabbi and I don't have that feeling at all when I'm giving a sermon or teaching so there's something about the adversarial nature of it. That just was not a great fit for me. I really believe in the adversary system and it turned out that being one of the adversaries was not a great fit right for you personally snore. Yeah this episode of working brought to you by the relentless a new podcast from sleet studios and century. Twenty one real estate. 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We could move forward whether you work in sales or simply interested in what it takes. The closed deal though relentless will inspire you to think about success differently. Listen and subscribe to relentless debate forever. You get your podcasts. So at what point did becoming a rabbi and to your mind well L. we have to start off with the fact that when I became a lawyer I was not yet Jewish. Oh so the idea of becoming Jewish. It came about shortly after I met the man who is down my husband and on our fifth state. He asked me or I asked him. Does it matter that I'm not Jewish. And he said no but I want my kids to be Jewish and I said Okay and then it got closer to are actually getting married and I figured well if I'm going to raise Jewish kids it's I should figure out what that means and so I started reading lots of books and really fell in love with it. So that's sort of part A.. Of Becoming Rabbi was becoming a Jew and I would say I spent a few years knowing that probably I wanted to not be a lawyer anymore but not having any idea what the other thing was. I would sit and say well. The parts of both of these jobs that I've really liked were learning about people and hearing their stories than I mean. I really like working when I won with people maybe I should go into HR. And then I was like no. I'll have to fire people that will be terrible. I'm really conflict avoidance. Didn't that's not a good choice and I just couldn't figure out what the what the move was. No had you been a person of faith before I mean had working as a religious figure had that been part of your of your life. Well no I had always been a bit of a seeker. I was baptized as as a baby. Catholic my dad was married to an evangelical Christian and when I was a kid living with him and we went to church five hours a week and I quickly realized that that was not for me particularly because the church we were going to. I felt like wanted me to believe that because because the other kids I went to school with didn't go to our church they were GONNA burn in hell fire which didn't sound like God to me and so that definitely was not for me. My mom was non practicing. My stepdad was a Sufi you know and so I did a lot of seeking through college. I tried being unitarian but I felt like even even if I disagree you should be telling me that I believe in something and I tried like I had a set of Zen Co on meditation cards. I had always. He's been looking for something but no the idea of being a religious leader had never Never occurred to me so what happened. What changed so while? I was sort sort of miserable at work. The thing that was really filling me up was I had gotten really involved in my synagogue. After converting I joined the Young Families Committee Committee and the ritual committee and I was going to adult Ed classes and I felt like the thing that really lit me up was learning and thinking and talking about Jewish Jewish stuff and so I thought well I don't really have any experience in the Jewish world but maybe I could make a transition to a Jewish nonprofit and I started looking for. Is there some sort of master's degree or something that I could get to help. Make that transition so I ended up at two in the morning on the website light of Hebrew Union college which is the seminary that I eventually went to and they were having an open house the next week so I cut work and and went to the open house and thought. Oh no this is really what I WANNA do and I thought I wanted to do the the education degree which was three years..
"union college" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress
"Pilgrim's progress brought to you by the national perch apple with pastor ray greenlee. Today's sermon is prerecorded boarded lord. You've called us together today to do a work in our spirits and in our hearts and i asked today that your presence would now come and do that work by the blood of jesus christ both in the children brin and in the adults i pray in your holy name amen. There are key events that happened in our life that are terminal events. When we look back we see that what happened to us. Send that event changed the whole course of our life and our being. We didn't expect the change when it occurred heard it came as a work of grace from the lord god of heaven. I remember i was in high school. I'd been called as a small small child to preach the gospel of jesus christ when i left home and went to a christian high school a boarding school i it was clear there. I wanted to be a pastor but by the time i had reached my senior year i had second thoughts about pastors astor's. I didn't like the pastors i saw. I didn't like the pastors. I was sitting under week by week and i said i don't want to be one of them and so i began to think about other careers that i might be interested in pursuing and of course one of those careers was the law why they got to argue and they get to make money both of which i liked so by my senior year had made a decision i was going to go to a law school. I was not going to go to a christian college and and i was going to go make money. Our senior trip was to a school called columbia union college in takoma park maryland. I walked onto that campus and i walked through a stone arch and on that stone arch was written the word it's it's gateway to service and as i walked through that stone arched the holy spirit spoke to me as as he would speak audibly and he said i have chosen you to serve me. I knew i had to come. Come to that college. My brothers had gone to a midwest college out in the country and here. I was coming to washington washington d._c. I was a country boy. I had no business in the city that one quick word from the holy spirit. It totally changed the course of my life. I looked up many years later and the lord said to me. There's your wife go. Meter walked over to japan now. I know she's my wife but she doesn't know she's my wife. Would you say to your wife who doesn't know she's your wife. Would you say to a woman. You don't even love of but you've been told you're going to marry. That terminal event totally shifted my life. It wasn't very very long until i was deeply in love with her and then the lord grabbed a hold of her and said now you're gonna stand beside decide ray and preach. She came to me terrified. She says the lord just spoke to me. What did he say said ahead to preach. You're gonna preach no and she's preaching terminal transition. Places in our lives were suddenly god grabs us and nothing is the same again. That's what needs to happen in this house today. God needs to grabbed your heart and speak into you a word that will cause you to be different when you leave this house today. Genesis the twelfth chapter in the life of abraham. There were three transition points. There were three terminal original events where the poll life of this man suddenly shifted and changed. We find that i event in the twelfth chapter. The book of genesis abraham was part of pagan family..
"union college" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Come on that was devastated. So it's time to go to junior college baseball football and beyond. All I wanna do is run out of a tunnel front of hundred thousand people I want to be rockstar. But I can't sing can't dance. I can't plan. But I still wanna go out of the tunnel and feel it why not so football was the key now Serena's Long Beach because I grew up in garden grove here. And so there's a lot of number one JC conference in America. Well, then there's a school called golden west union college, and they were Owen twenty at a buddy that played there. This is exactly what I said to myself. If I can't play there. I can't play anywhere. So I went to where I knew I was going to play. And I knew I'd be on the field. And I'd be on the field a lot because I knew that. If I want to go to a college, you can't make get a scholarship sitting on the bench. Right. So sure enough. I go play really, well, I'm academically qualified so I could transfer out as a true freshman, but nothing so I was like what the heck so oh, man, Tim Thurman. Yeah. Six long snapper, pretty better than I ever was. So take some his film, and I just put on my highlight. They back then new internet. No HD. So as long as well white dudes like who can tell the difference. So then kindly, I was number forty seven. He's number forty eight. And this dude to this day voided hitting him every time in practice. I was the guy and I was a good player, but I have voided hitting him. And I never once when head head with him in practice, nor did I ever want to just knocked people out. So it's like, well, we rotated just take some his big hits. And I'll just throw them on there too. So it's like me like finesse open field making smart place covering slot receivers as a backer, it's knocking people out. And then it's a six six. Long snapper. That's just throwing darts. I mean, honestly if you saw this tape, I was the greatest player in the history of polish nickel. It's believable, and it's ju- footage. There's only one camera. Right. The wiser, and I did I remember to I gotta find this tape. I didn't have all the digital stuff. So like it was play pod. Records play part, of course, and some of the footage. I actually shot with the camera with VHS tape, and I would put my finger and point on the screen record, the TV plane VHS and just point to the guy that I was saying with me, otherwise, how would you know? Right. It's so bad. I had snapped since high school and YouTube, snapper, right? A buddy play their evolved for me. He knew the other guys we call me up. He's Tim coming here. True. Just give me in the door ball out. I promise just give me in the door. And it got me in the door. And I got a full ride in in back. Then it was when teams were just coming out with a roster spot for a snap or so I was kind of like the beginning of the air of that becoming its own position rock on baby. Super Bowl ring to pro bowls in a Super Bowl ring. Are you kidding me for position? I'd never should've played. On your show. America's got talent the championship premiers January seventh on NBC airs Mondays at eight eastern seven central..
"union college" Discussed on The Working Experience
"But the the house the Senate congress, they make those laws where you know, they they set trade agreements, and they you know, where? You know, parts and cars manufactured choose me manufacturing around the world. So you were you know, that that assembly job might go away. But a logistics job may open up for self driving cars or see what I'm saying. I it's a it's not just about keeping coal jobs in America. Yeah. And you know, to to to try to change, you know, when you're forty years old to be retrained. This was Hillary Clinton's thing we're going to retrain people for jobs in the renewable energy industry. And if you're forty years old first of all that's just abroad promise. Like, what does that mean? You can have classes at the local union college. And and she doesn't have the power to do that. No, no. A lot of this stuff with with presidents. And you know, when they're make these claims, it's it's it's the Indy. It's capitalism. It's the industry that's making those problems. But you're right. If you're forty years old the last thing you wanna do is retrain yourself for something that may not materialize. Right. Well, could put it you could put in incentives to do that. Right. So like, yes, it does. It does suck. I look I see it with my. Is ness. You know that my business is morphine and changing because the clients that is served the attention is going away from that in it's going to different facets. So I am repositioning my company, and it sucks because I have to learn new stuff, and I have to hire new people with a new skill set. Did I do I want that to happen? No. Is it going to happen? Whether I do something or not. Yes. It's it's happened. Well, I either I think also people had a problem with like, you know, what are the brass tacks of this? Like you want me to take two years off to get retrained for some job. And what am I supposed to do in the two year? Interim like how am I supposed to make money? Like, I remember this one guy was he was a a minor. You know, and he said there's no like there's no plan. Like there's like what what are the specifics of the plan? Like, you just tell me this like, I gotta make my mortgage payment. Like, I can't right now. Right. And he just said yet my age, it's tough. But as you're saying like, it's like the weather. I mean, this stuff's gonna happen. It's gonna change like we can't keep mining for coal. I mean, it's just not sustainable. There's also there's also to incite it's not. I'm not I'm painting, a black and white picture. And it's not it used to be where you would, you know, work with a company, and there would be a pension. There would be a there would be a corporate safety net. Right. Where if you had to be retrained, you could, you know, fall upon that in in retrain, it now a majority of people living paycheck to paycheck Henson's are essentially gone from corporate America, they Wall Street through on the old 4._0._1._K on everybody. And it's not just that. It's like, okay. When you stop working, right? And you have to pay you know, you have to continue to pay your healthcare..
"union college" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Tears of sadness after a mass shooting over the weekend in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. This is the one o'clock report. Good morning. I'm rob carpenter breaking. Now, the US attorney in Pittsburgh says he's seeking approval for the death penalty against shooting suspect Robert Bowers facing charges on twenty nine counts accused of walking into a synagogue opening fire with an AR fifteen type rifle and handguns killing eleven people wounding six more ABC chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas. Hate crimes statute that taken quite seriously because it involves an act of violence based on someone's race or ethnic background religion is kind of crime in which someone is killed simply for who. They are. And in Pittsburgh, thousands of people from all walks of life gathering to remember the victims at a vigil this evening, representatives of many religions attended including executive director of the areas Islamic center Wasi Mohammed, we just want to know what you need, you know, if it's more money. Let us know if it's people outside your next service protecting you let us know. We'll be there. Dave Packer, ABC news. Dr Gary Zoeller teaches at Cincinnati's Hebrew union college, and is considered a national expert on antisemitism and attacks on synagogues. What we witnessed this past weekend was a tragic I Jews murdered in their synagogue in the United States during the nineteen sixties lots of synagogues in this country were attacked and bombed. But. Never never has there been and then sit in the best of my knowledge never in our history. Have people been shot down in? The course of worship doctor Zola says that people who believe themselves a true patriot. A true American then you couldn't passably advocate this kind of hatred. Matt Reese, NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w..
"union college" Discussed on Atheist Nomads
"That's what this is. Please stop doing that. No. Okay. Well, a few years. Now. What I what I expect will happen is in twenty twenty. They'll then decide. Yeah. It's okay. To Dane women. If your local area decides, it's okay to Dane women. I think they'll just reverse the decision from twenty fifteen right alternatively, depending on how power hungry. Ted is Ted. Oh, the PetO. No way church. Yeah. Ted, oh might go. After the leadership in these these. Conferences sack them put in his puppets. And if the churches in those areas want to split off they have to leave their building behind if they split off before he can sack leadership though, then because the conference owns the building and the union conference owns law, Sierra and Pacific union college. They can take those with them. Okay. We're going to be our own religion over here. And we have all of your stuff. Yeah. So this is this is going to be fun. In other news to evangelise groups in Texas. The US pastors council and Texas value voters have filed lawsuits in state and federal court challenging the US Civil Rights Act and Austin city anti-discrimination what just going to go after the entire act. Okay. Then they're arguing that these prohibitions on discrimination violate the religious freedom. Legis freedom to be raker. Not not racist. Discriminates against their right to discriminate against gay people entrance people. Okay. Right. Great. So they are asking the courts to exempt religious organizations and Christian owned businesses from all antidiscrimination laws. That's terrible. And also flies in the face of the whole purpose of the act, especially since they're saying they want to be free to discriminate against gay and trans people what they might get if they win is the right to discriminate against anyone everyone. Yeah. It would be the entire act would be under attack. Not just one little. Yeah. And it's Texas. So you know, that people are going to be like. Segregated? And I stayed not apply. An Austin though, right? Well, I mean. But appeals. If it goes the Texas supreme court, they have a good chance of winning. And if it goes to the supreme court with Gorsuch and Kevin on it. Say the soul the mice little test. If angry angry drunk..
"union college" Discussed on Can We Talk?
"Our different power dynamics I did not think about confronting him and from that point on whenever we cross paths which unfortunately we did because we were in the same social science circles I would keep keep him at more than arm's length and it was extremely uncomfortable to be anywhere in the vicinity of him I would you know dart around the room room to keep away or otherwise. You know sit with someone that I felt more comfortable with. Were you afraid that you're pushing him. Away could have consequences for your career. It wasn't so much that I was concerned that by rejecting acting his sexual over chores that I would face repercussions exactly but more that you know I it wouldn't open doors for sure he he was in a position of power and and I think it was more about not saying anything that would expose rose him call him out for his behavior that I was afraid live doing you know that that there could be personal and professional consequences. Were you thinking about all of this one. It was actually happening happening like what was going through your mind at that time when he reached across the table and took my hand. I remember thinking you know what is he doing. And why is he doing that. I gingerly you know move. Move my hand out of his hand and back to my side of the table out of you've kind of a you know a concern. I didn't want to upset Him. In that context I didn't want want to hurt his ego. uh-huh and therefore I tried to steer the conversation back to professional topics and questions and networking and career career building rather than my personal love life. I was not interested in exchanging favors of any kind yeah okay so this was all in two thousand eleven now this past summer June June and July two thousand eighteen. You wrote an op Ed about this experience in the Jewish week and your op Ed was quickly followed by a an article in which you and several other women describe similar experiences with Steven Cohen. How did you get it to the point where you decided you wanted to make the story public. There were a number of variables that contributed to my deciding to write that op Ed as the metoo movement went on. I began to realize that by staying silent. I was in inadvertently complicit in protecting sexual predators. I mean I knew from the me too movement that that the issue was much bigger than my own story and then this one man and I also had wondered you know why didn't didn't I know what I wish I had because then I would not have had dinner with him in the first place and what about other women men who wouldn't know and the the thought of other women being in that position weighed very very heavily on my shoulders rollers and I was compelled to write it. I had to do it. So how did it feel to be part of. Stepping forward actually naming Stephen Cohen as the perpetrator. I was scared and nervous. Yes I mean there. Were so many unknowns Michael. How would he react. I had no idea what would people think. Would people bowl question what I said. Would they question my scholarship. What would happen next. Would anyone do anything thing to change the structure in the systems that allow that kind of behavior to go unchecked and can you talk about what has happened in the past couple months since you came forward with the story sure that's the upside of the story the response this was immediate and overwhelmingly positive. I received incredible words of compassion and understanding and solidarity and gratitude. Were you surprised by that. I was I mean I. I took a a personal professional risk. It seemed like you know I dam had been broken and there was a flood of of communication occasion and of experiences that other people had had both with Steven Cohen and with other individuals so after you and other women came forward Hebrew Union College where Cohen was employed opened a title nine investigation and and he resigned he has publicly admitted or at least says he doesn't deny some of the allegations against him so let's bring bring Judith into the conversation here. Both of you have been involved in different forums that are trying to address sexual assault and harassment in the Jewish community. Can you talk about some of the particular challenges sure so first of all. Can I just WANNA. Thank you for sharing your story. I know it's not easy to do and it doesn't necessarily get easier to do it again and again a few months ago before Karen's peace and everything that has unfolded and since then I was really feeling ailing some despair looking around the Jewish community and saying really the Jewish community incapable of facing its perpetrators and bringing them down so now okay we've made a little bit of progress but there are a lot of other stories out there some of which have yet to come to light and I think one of the things that's been really interesting as a for me as a communal professional just to see how much resistance there still is to acknowledging. The problems of the whole world also exists in the Jewish community. It's almost like a joke right Lake Nick. Oh does that really happen here and but we're Jews and it's we're so many she and our communities are so hamish and you know all these kinds of ways ways of basically not wanting to air dirty laundry or recognized that Jews are humans and therefore fallible just like anyone else and that in fact there's a lot of like like patriarchy baked into our culture. I think that was part of what fed into my initial hesitation to come forward forward. There's definitely a false sense of security which we're slowly dismantling and that needs to be dismantled dismantled in every realm of the Jewish community and in the larger American community I recently had the opportunity to collaborate with women of other faith backgrounds and hear their stories and I think it's important for us to all come together and and realized that no community he is immune yeah. It's also I think about from whose perspective are we seeing things so even the claim that well this community is like a family and so it should feel safe and secure and all these things like well that isn't what family always means to women right like we know from research about violence against women that the families actually the least safe place for women so it may be shouldn't be surprising that in a community that's designed to feel like a family there are also dangerous women that come along with that exactly and and unfortunately women who did try to come forward before me to really experience the brunt of that because they were told oh he wouldn't do that or you're going to ruin his career. He has a family and I feel extremely fortunate that I didn't hear anything like like that. I will say as much as I don't. like to revisit my own Experiences Sciences I do feel stronger now than I did and I know that there are other people who are rocking the boat with me and ultimately it isn't just about helping women in the same way that feminism isn't just about helping women. It's about equality and it's about working together all of us all genders in order to make our communities our lives and the world better so there is a lot of of work to do and a lot of educating and re educating and I include myself in that because I am a product of our society and I know that contributed to my initial frozenness and hesitation and even growing up being taught. You know if you don't have something nice to say. Don't say hey it as somebody who spends my life collecting in immersing myself in the stories of women's lives. I also want to be very respectful of the fact that women have no it is their right to tell their story or not tell their story and no one has the responsibility to share something if she doesn't don't want to and I guess maybe a question for you. Karen is as someone who has taken that risk of speaking up and putting yourself out there in that way. What can the Jewish community do to make that safer and easier for people well. I think the Jewish community has already begun doing that which very very glad to see..
"union college" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Have Philip boat wider with us. He's the director of media and public relations at union college. Now union college is not sponsoring the event, but they're volunteering and they're very involved. Hey, Philip thanks for being with us. Good morning. Good morning. Hey, this is this is going to be next Sunday right at at the mohawk harbor. That is correct from noon to four pm. You've got a lot of things go on you're going to have to big band there? Yup. We have a Grand Central station and skater creek volunteer to we've there appear. And see for this event. Wow. That is really were druthers druthers. Is there a very popular place, and they're going to what is draw there's going to be donating here. I see they're going to be giving some of the proceeds. Yup. Druthers brewing company in mohawk harbor. They've offered to donate all their proceeds from the beer sales from the event and also fifty percent of all customer checks for the meals and drinks were served in a restaurant that day. Wow. Now, you've probably been have you been to the mohawk harbor. I had a great location for this wonderful. Oh, and they're they got they set up a stage there they do in the summer, and it's a great. And what this is part of healing scary. This is to benefit the first responders and the families of these people who lost their lives needlessly just a few weeks ago. And you say a lot of the union college folks fill are volunteering their time. Oh, yes. We have some folks here at union who are helping out at include some staff members that also includes a number of students who are on the athletic teams. And in the Greek organizations. I save got your senior year, you got your three acapella groups, I've I've heard him sing before the football games during the football games. They're going to the the Dutch pipers in the garden minstrels, they're going to open the concert before Grand Central station takes the stage. And then skater creek will come on. That is really good. And I just I've seen I just saw Grand Central station. There are a few weeks ago in Schenectady. They really these are great groups, and it's for such a great cause. And I know that there will be things people can either give away that'd be things. People have a chance to win a few things while they're there. So that this'll be a great day. It'll be a great day for abusing. It'll be great day to take advantage of some great food. Great people and most importantly, Phillies, you know, helping out these folks and scary who who will benefit exactly from the proceeds now the families of the victims and the first responders we're going to figure out at the end how to distribute the money appropriately and more. Aw, carber can hold a ton of people. Right. That's correct. And what happened is what time does it? All get underway. Noon, noon, next Sunday, noon, next Sunday, mohawk harbor and just coming in. Right. Commend you. Can you can have you can eat? You can have some beers half. The proceeds you say half. The proceeds from beer sales will go to benefit, and then I know the beer proceeds benefit and half the meal. Tickets benefit, right. That's just from brothers. But. Yup. Because ten dollars for the event, and.
Strands of George Washington’s hair found in book
"Researchers found hair from one of the founding fathers of the United States talked away in an old book. The discovery was made at union college library in upstate New York. Earlier this year, a lock of George Washington's
"union college" Discussed on KDOW
"Here's phil. Benefits of this strong economy. Have not reached all Americans many of our country's economic challenges are beyond the scope of the fed. But my colleagues, and I are doing all we can to keep the economy strong, healthy and moving forward. No, you're not union college doing all you can. So that the the the one percentile can make more and more money. Even the other day. I was stunned at least he was honest. He said, you know, until you get above seventy five thousand dollars income and individual seventy five you don't participate in any of this. And he's right. That means a combined income about one hundred fifty household income about hundred fifty grand. He's right. You don't get any of these benefits. You get nothing. In fact, you get so screwed because this national debt that keeps on increasing. We have a twenty one trillion national debt is the deficit that you gotta watch out for we're spending instead of we're spending almost now four hundred billion more than we're taking in. I mean, a trillion more than we're taking in. That's insane. That's insane. In the past tax cuts never paid for themselves. But Kudlow and tell the president he'll go back to nineteen eighty one and early two thousands. Okay. What happened to these tax cuts? They said they're going to be paid for two. But they weren't you can't grow the economy fast enough when you got that it's just like your home think of it. Simply your household budget. If you're growing your yet cars and boats and snowmobiles and ski mobiles and dopey deals and you buy a pit bull with a chain in time to the bumper on your Jeep, okay? All that money is spent and at the end of the month..
"union college" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
"Join me for my nomination as the nineteenth president of union college and the first person of color to hold this position as part of my week was my mom flying down from Kansas to go wedding dress shopping with me and after suffering from body image issues, my whole life binding address that. I think I look absolutely gorgeous and made me so so happy. I can't wait for my fiance to see it on our wedding day. This is Marsha in Nikola. We are sisters from Anchorage, Alaska and our whole week was fantastic because we spent it broacher being from Anchorage to Montreal Quebec. Was epic. I Sam, it's William from New York, but originally from North Carolina where just spent a very special week on the coast with the nut family. The very best part was a silver lining in and other ones. Ominous situation when my sister who's a teacher in Charleston, South Carolina couldn't make back because mandatory evacuations for hurricane Florence. So instead we went out for sushi. We drink red wine, and I p as and we left our tails for one extra night and as Lawrence makes her approach. I wish my people at the Carolinas all the safety in many of their own silver linings. Same hoping everyone in the path of hurricane Florence, stay safe this weekend and comes out of that storm with a few best things of their own. Thanks all the voices. You heard there, Rick. Sabrina, David, Katie, Marcella and Colette and William. I mean. I love that got wedding dresses. She got road trips. She got speeches kit, stop get stuff. We listen to all those that come in. Thank you all for sharing them. Send us your best thing at any point throughout the week. Any week. Just Email me the sound of your voice to Sam Sanders at NPR dot org, Sam Sanders at NPR dot org. All right, mama. We made it we're done or getting out of here. Thanks to two of the best parts of my week. Danielle Kurt slave and political reporter for NPR and Ashley Brown editor and wanting to dish in appreciate y'all. Thank you. Thank you for being here with. Oh, and thanks as always to John legend who is like the ballot Taurean of the arts. All the cats. This week, the show was produced by unbelie Sassari with help them commodity of erosion with extra help from Darius RAFI on. Thank you so much Dr. Yes, Steve Nelson is our director program it in are fearless editor in a Hopman. Our big boss is NPR's VP of programming on your grandma, and I want to stop and take a second to congratulate one producer who was not with us this week. I'm talking about Brent Bachman. He's not here because he's getting married, congrats to him and his soon to be wife acacia. I hope his marriage as beautiful as the radio. He makes every week. All right listeners refresh your feet Tuesday morning for a conversation on the metoo movement in the sports world. Also listeners one more request for you. We're doing a special episode next month all about coming out day. We want include you all in the show. So Email me and tell me you're coming out story. You could be on the show with me. All right. Thanks for listening till next time. Talk soon.
"union college" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Manage yelling ju but i call an anti ju ju leftist you and what they're talking about it i was earlier today it's called spin room i have the video up on my side because i i had to run it i mean honestly it's everything meat for me not to pull the mike off and because they they don't stop talking because they can't let you speak ideas cannot withstand scrutiny cannot withstand challenge so they have to talk over here when he's just yelling to whether it's the guys who bought a whether it's iran whether it's the visit my yahoo and with merckel and and macaroni occupation occupation occupation and they asked me i said i you asking me about the occupation i said i will not dignify your fault there is no occupation occupation is the jihadis occupying jewish land that's the only occupation and of course he starts frothing at the mouth and needless to say it goes down with from there yeah lincoln at my website too it's incredible because this is really you know this is something i noticed early in the game when you and i we first when we first started you know a pat started crossing i remember we were at a proisrael rally together that was what two thousand seven two thousand eight around there i this is what i was doing in the early days is covering these things in meeting covered the vicious hatred but one thing i did notice almost right away that these anti israel rallies there's always a large contingent of left wing jews oh wait i have never seen at a proisrael rally ever a contingent of pro israel muslims never seen that no i never will but this is what this is the public face of our enemy the ad l oh look at this this speech that was given that the hebrew union college institute i mean los angeles is a loss caused but nonetheless to have michael chavanne you know as a speaker at a rabbinical institute is is bizarre the man doesn't believe in god and we're still they don't have you speak no don't have wafa kahn or or robert spencer warwick why dr andy boston i mean where's the at least at.
"union college" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"The hebrew union college jewish institute of religion who was killed in a plane crash saturday morning rabbi aaron pankin was piloting small aircraft when it went down in new york state about seventy miles north west of manhattan shortly after taking off from the airport one other person was injured in the crash pankin led the colleges four campuses including the one in cincinnati on clifton avenue melissa neeley newsradio seven hundred wwl w k stop foreign diplomat will be in dc this week as part of a last ditch effort to convince president donald trump to stay in the iran nuclear deal british foreign secretary boris johnson will meet with secretary of state mike pompeo and other top officials after publishing a new oped urging the us to give talks to fix the deal more time johnson's visit is a last minute plea from europe after french president macron and german chancellor merkel visited in april trump faces a deadline saturday to waive sanctions on iran again or to let them snap back and withdraw the us from the deal connor finnegan abc news washington well a new method for treating serious injuries more from abc news traumatic brain injury is the single leading cause of death from injury in the us one hundred thousand people are hospitalized with it and fifty thousand of them die every year which is why something called multi stem is so promising to doctors it's a process by which cells from those that are healthy are infused into someone who's suffering helping to stimulate that person's immune system so that the body's own repair processes can be more dominant after charles cox says trauma surgeon at the busiest level one trauma center in the country in houston he says you need that natural immune system boost if your body is to recover failure of your lungs kidneys other oregon's happens in about twenty five percent of patients who survived the resuscitation after hemorragic shock you know who else is interested in this the us army it's agreed to pump two million dollars into research and development because the two most common causes of death.
"union college" Discussed on No Agenda
"I did i just do anything just interrupt me at some point a k play washington's hair okay chiefs thank piece of history found in a book alive burien at new york's union college claims to have found a lock of a george washington's care and an almanac that was published in seventeen ninety three he says he found multiple strands of grey and white hair inside an envelope talked and saw the book it's believe the hair was originally given as a keepsake to alexander hamilton son that was apparently common practice back then no dna test has been conducted what school officials say they have no reason to doubt its authenticity and they plan to put the hair on display later this this this when when will go on display now i need to know okay thank you reminded of the hair of the nose hair that is on display supposedly the nose hair of mohammad oh which i think is a sin even display but they have it at the museum and turkey nice you'll sultans palace thought it was aired all righty then i don't know what's going on in your neck of the woods today but it's just looks like is clouding over which is a may lead to a little rain showers this afternoon that's the most important thing to us which you're in the no the new drought yes while we just got rain and cold to what it is by the old but no rain we will return to this program also known as the best podcasting universe on sunday for another episode and at that point i will also be coming to you from downtown austin texas fema written six on the maps in the capital the drone star state in the fight includee over the commonlaw condo in the morning everybody i'm adam curry and further silicon valley where i don't have all these descript doors i'm just plain and simple i'm john seat of iraq and that's why we love you remember us it the barack dot org slashed in a until sunday.
"union college" Discussed on WCHS
"Out mild union college quarterback bazak bruny bruny was introduced as the head coach and he says it'll be interesting this year there's no games scheduled as he attempts to build the program quite football started for me fourth great pup been playing in oath edited and friday the ever since that through through my college days and then of course coach and up to call level of every weekend up with two thousand of five though um it unique but you hit the ground as far as your recruiting goes right away and you start to build that will jesuit will play an exhibition scheduled next year and and start up with their regular schedule the following season pirates beat milwaukee 42 wash she said over the reds six the one baltimore top texas by final of three two one morning news time is seven twenty wchs two aim dickins of ronald mcdonald house charities of southern west virginia fort pray construction one of the great things with break construction is from beginning to end they can and really handled the entire project it's best to call them first to be able to lead you through this process and not go out and try to do herself and the great thing with work with gray is everything's explained they make the process very easy that make the process turnkey from beginning to end from the design stage through completion visit us today at prank instruction com washington beat the reds sixth the want us riot zimmerman said a franchise record with his 230 fifth homerun brice harper also homered for the nationals red starter scott velvet was knocked out of the game after allowing bought runs in one ethnic the reds were limited to four hits a stephen strasbourg struck out eleven overseas evident washington six and the reds want the reds are home to the arizona diamondbacks tonight will live coverage of reds baseball following the sports live at seven o'clock here on wchs luiz escobar at a great start for the power he pitched into the six striking up five the power shut out greensboro balked bottle four to nothing julio eusebio earned the save hotter rolan hit a tworun home run for the power sports brought to you by eddie's tiresome service polka in winfield car repairs tires oil change the.