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"university connecticut" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

04:41 min | Last month

"university connecticut" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"Over the last few weeks we've been highlighting some of our colleagues pieces on Michael Jordan I wanted to bring on. Espn daily recurring guest star. Day Fleming. Who wrote about one of the most famous quotes from the second bowls three-pete so everyone who's listening and has no idea what happens in the finals between the Bulls and the jazz which you will learn about this Sunday unless dance? Maybe stop listening now. Dave you decided to take us deep inside a particularly conic moment from that series game one thirty five point. Eight seconds left on the clock. Michael Jordan has just hit a free throw to tie the game at eighty two then. The unthinkable happens Jordan Michigan. The second tap school. What happens next? He is really what is he. Thirty seconds away from being lower case Michael Jordan. The jazz bring the ball down the court they try and set up a high pick and roll it results in a bad three point shop by John. Stockton Karl Malone gets the rebound and is filed by Dennis Rodman. So he goes to the free throw line with nine seconds left and a chance to basically win game one of the nineteen ninety-seven NBA finals again. If you don't know what happens don't keep listening. What is what you're saying is I've essentially ruined the entire advance. Thank you very much. So he steps up and what happens next day Scottie? Pippen of all people a guy who has normally kind of shrunk from the spotlight especially late in games in the playoffs and a guy not really known for quick off the cuff quips. He sort of sidled up to Karl Malone and says. The mailman doesn't deliver on Sundays. More like the Mayo does deliver rug. Sundays actually Scotty. Is that you Karl Malone respond with one of the all time greatest biggest choke jobs in the history of sports and I think that's why we were so interested in exploring this line of trash talk because it really has to be the greatest line of trash talk ever delivered because it so affected this game Karl Malone Michael Jordan legacy the last dance this podcast the world as we know it was changed by this single line. The six greatest words ever uttered in trash talk history. A for your story. You looked at the context around. This person. Foremost did Scotty had a history of trash talking. The greatest thing about this trash talking is it was delivered by. Guy Who never talk trash and people thought maybe that Jordan had fed him the line because Jordan was a relentless trash talker. Another thing that makes it so great and unique. Is that in this moment? Scottie Pippen who never says anything delivers this line. That just drill down into Carl Malone sub-conscious and just destroyed him as a free throw shooter and it's the the psychology of it is really fascinating because according to a PhD doctor who has studied trash talk at the University Connecticut. Scottie pippen sort of accidentally tapped into Carl Malone's deepest darkest insecurities he also bailed out. Michael Jordan yes and I think Jordan probably reluctantly sort of credited Scottie. Pippen with with with saving his ass right there because if Malone makes even one of those free throws and the Bulls lose that game all of a sudden it's Oh Michael Jordan the greatest NBA player. That ever lived actually bricked a free throw. That could have won him a game in the NBA finals..

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"university connecticut" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

12:43 min | 7 months ago

"university connecticut" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Get all three of these awesome shows in your feed. Life is good as long as you do that. Let's not waste any more time and get into today's show my guest today on felony. Friday is Dr Greg Ham. Piquionne DR MPC in is a biologist and founder founder and director of the Idaho Innocence Project. He's considered one of the foremost experts foremost forensic DNA experts in the United States dates. His education has a BS from the University of Connecticut Biology. Ms University Connecticut in genetics a PhD From University of Connecticut Connecticut Connecticut in genetics and post doctorate associate from worchester foundation for experimental biology. He is currently the professor biology and criminal justice at Boise State University and as I said the Director of the Idaho Innocence Project Dr Ham Peak Week in a welcome to felony Friday. Thanks well it's been great to It's great to finally speak with you and have you on the show we've That's back and forth trying. Connect our schedules. I know that you have a lot going on. And that's one of the reasons that That I wanNA talk to you because you're so involved with so how many important cases with the innocence project across the United States I or does like a little bit of memory struggle as I age and people people think got more important. That's not it. I just have a more difficult time remembering appointments. Soak thank you for your patience and And thanks for doing the show. Great no problem. It's my pleasure to speak with you and I want. I mean there's one story that really connected us. I had a a fan of the show. Reach out a case that that that you work closely on Chris Tap who did twenty years in prison for a crime he did not commit. We'll talk about that in a bit here before we go down that road though so just to sort of set the stage and I'm curious to know how did this all start. How did you get? What motivated you? What inspired you to to go down this path into a genetics and biology and yet so it's all well? Genetics and biology was because my dad was a physicist. And I couldn't do the math and I wanted to be a writer And then a lawyer and I came up one day and told him that my Sophomore Year of stop talking into me for an hour and that was enough because I respected him and so I knew I should do something in science and biology. He is so much like art. Is some seventy marvelous and beautiful details and almost all of it is accessible civil visually. You can draw diagrams. Almost anything allergy quantum physics so I fell in love with biology. Molecular biology seem seemed to be hard so I wanted to do something challenging and then you know. The world opened up in the nineteen eighties when I started college career and you could certainly have gene and a bottle mendel mystery was figured out and chemical perform it was just so amazing to be part of that even as an undergraduate let alone than Such so after I got out out a number of the people I worked with in my graduate lab where I was. Hd a student in university connect. Linda Strauss lamp wonderful fruit fruitfly lab and later got involved with forensics with Henry out on the road at the crime lab ends Henry. Henry wanted to start applying applying. DNA to casework really nineteenth. So Linda was one of the people who have to work with him and I had a grant to do some of that I wrote. Isn't it as a graduate student anyway. Three of the four people from the lab who were there when I graduated when into forensics and worked Henry's lab from fruit flies and so I became interested I went worked Strahl Marsupial sex determination trying to understand how mammalian how mammals determine sex is the test is determining factor and how his work work with some amazing will change the female mouse into a male a allows at the last assist low and came back and my friends and forensics were interested in that Mayo Dna because let's face it Most most of the violent crimes in America. Almost all of the violent sexual coins in America are committed by males so it became essential you'll to identify male. DNA in a mixture where there might be a lot of female Thought maybe we could use the stuff I worked so I started talking walking with them. Consulting lightly visited the crime lab. It was all very exciting and it was the stories and then a man was free from prison. Calvin Johnson when. I was teaching at a small college in Georgia Clinton College at State Universities. Now call and he will. He lived breath close fly and I heard on the radio saying you know that he had been in prison for seventeen years. DNA Ghana's wow right here by neighborhood. So I asked my colleague who was in charge of inviting speakers to invite him and he came fresh out of prison came. I'll never forget because we went out to lunch and he didn't know how to operate a menu. I I mean it was to make decisions and that and I find that Carson so But we I you know immediately had a crush on couch Johnson. He was what I wanted wanted to be. He'd forgiven everybody jovial He could tell a story. You know. Just fantastic funny and had had a great voice and so as he was talking to the students at Clayton State tyrod chapter one of his book. I just sat down and wrote what he was saying. That being this college graduate falsely convicted of rape in a swat southern Georgia with with what he called armor-plated rat that swam by was an Armadillo. No idea what was he. Got Up and sodium. I just thought he was great. Wrote the book together and then I started getting cases people would send me case and eventually somebody sent me a paid case and said you should charge on your own series I will. I'm not good enough yet and eventually got good. Enough became a consultant and then tried to help. Start the George Innocence. Project that some students organize and wet Barry Sheck him jeeter new felt were Calton's case the founders of the project and we opened a chapter in Georgia still emeritus on the board I still do their DNA. Were but really if I think about it was the stories. H being being part of those stories we all are captivated by murder and rape and some of us are further captivated by the story of innocent people basically kidnapped by the state right like incriminate. Joe Val Joan into the store Servian Study of the Count The Monte Cristo So I I got very involved through story. I think that the science was my in the fruit flies. Prepared me well. So that's I mean that's the same thing that pulls me is the story stories the emotional aspect of it. That's that's so so influential and It's interesting able to be pulled in by the stories and then being able to apply science to be able to to bring justice. So that's you know and I encourage anybody who's listening who's moved by the stories then wants go further and become a part of stories right in which the next thing and when you're freshman this and you start in this kind of exciting work I think you want to be part of the story very badly and I certainly did And then after a while you get good at this and it becomes a responsibility Ponsa -bility and you bring other people in and and there's a difference between New People and people have been around for a while you start to experience that ah but I would say if you're young and you want to set your mind or what is young. If you're an ambitious can give ten years not of your whole life ten ten years of a reasonable amount of time like what you do you become an expert you can become an expert So become part of the story or if you just WANNA listen listen by all. Let's listen in at least share the stories. That's something to I'm curious. Let's start talking about the story of of Chris tap and you just said that he was just on forty eight hours. I watched it yesterday. The lake put some and they use some footage that they shot in my lab three years ago and I thought it was. There's a good story. The forty eight hours story that they focused on the genealogy aspect. You know nobody can do justice to these stories but I thought they did a pretty a pretty good job. I was just cleaning out files a few minutes before the interview and found this picture that my staff May of the crime scene rangy dodges mercy and on the cartoon stick figures and they have all all the evidence samples what was tested. What was not yet tested? They Frowny face on like you know. We need to test this. We have to push anyway. Chris Rodas Gosh was back in two thousand seven when we took his case and we focused on the DNA side. Thanks so there were a lot of people who worked on this case and done different things. I I have to say that. Our involvement in the DNA and going forward writing the motion DNA testing. It was eventually used to get him into court. Was Our chief contribution to do that. They spent a good part of our grants or donations. which were four or five hundred thousand dollars? I guess so good. Part of that was focused. On Chris's case hiring lawyers we at four different lawyers over more than ten years worked twelve years and but by part of it was was DNA. So I direct the project. I write the grants I get money in and then I hire lawyers. Who Do the all of the wonderful hard work in our lawyer? Jared hoskins was the lawyer who worked most on this road Christmas edition that got him into court. Got Him free but we we can talk about. That crosses exciting. I hope this is a long process. That involved a lot of people And happy to talk about our miseration nations met saying we did all the heavy lift the DNA work getting him into court. Changing the law in Idaho's that yet chance to get that it was the innocence project it just to give listeners in idea so in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven was when The the the crime occurred And Christopher was coerced into A false confession that I should say the rape and murder of of Angie Dodge So he was in prison ninety seven until two thousand seven seventeen to seventeen right but but it was until until two thousand seven when the right. Yeah so series of a few lawyers and One of those Lawyers Sarah Thomas who Krizner. I had lunch with reasonable and it was. She was at the State Appellate Public Defender's office. Chris had already in prison for years and she gets case for his appeal at at the same time..

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"university connecticut" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"university connecticut" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Sports desk here's john minka larry underway at the stadium top after the first inning and the yankees and blue jays scoreless yankees own the major league record now after hitting a home run for twenty eight consecutive game last night yankees going three game sweep yanks ten to one in their pass eleven seventeen eleven during their homer streak in which fourteen players have combined for fifty one home runs and james paxton is the yankee starter tonight as he attempts to win his third straight start to and basement robbie can help a lot of baseball remains canoas struggling at the plate team scenario season so six under five hundred as ready for game three or four against phillies in philadelphia This is not over yet. I mean you know. This this case you stars. Komo Amoah Lou. The whole season expect half to keep them posited. Mindset can be disappointing. Along ear. So. Can't can. Magli component to the playoffs. what it is baseball and working and jason vargas will be the mets started tonight toronto days jumping out on the yankees three to nothing now in the top half of the person on laura's gurriel junior three run home run off james paxson so the keys are down early in the yukon board of trustees approved schools return to the big east football still remains a question and that is university connecticut news conference tomorrow at madison square garden sports fifteen forty five round the clock jomie co ten ten when sports wins news time one seventeen actor justin through scored a legal victory over his downstairs neighbor in their greenwich village co op the battle has been going on since twenty seventeen the rue accused attorney norman resnicow of trespassing over a forty foot strip of roof deck resnick off denied it judge ruled through own the roof deck and resnicow was indeed trespassing legal battle had turned nasty through accused his neighbor of being a peeping tom resnick off accused the rule of neglecting his dogs both sides doing court today money damages would be determined at trial wins news time one seventeen a._m. why p._d. pipe and drum band performed at a justice department event this morning but they were not alone they were joined by attorney general william bar who's been playing the bagpipes as a hobby since the days before his legal career began afterward bard said that he hadn't played for years but when he heard that the n._y._p._d. pipers were coming as a surprise for him he thought he would surprise them back saint marks national wildlife refuge in crawford ville florida's asking visitors to please pick up after themselves agadir was caught on video eating a plastic bag that likely had food in it and walked toward a body of water with a string attached to its body the annual nathan's hot dog eating contest will be held on the fourth of july in coney island speed eating superstar joey chestnut is highly favored to win for the fourth year in a row but don't count on betting on the competition unless you make a friendly wager with friends jersey's gaming enforcement has rejected a request to allow sportsbook to take bets last year chestnut beat out twenty competitors consuming a personal record of seventy four hotdogs in bonds in ten minutes wins news time one nineteen i spoke cigarette before lunch after lunch now that i'm talking about it i kind of feeling like loss about four hours of every day i decided i needed to find alternative so i started looking jewel came up i did both for awhile it eventually i switched over it's very quick me made.

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"university connecticut" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"university connecticut" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"So it's easily accessible tuber. Now, you're talking about a philosopher let you finish that part of the story. Sure said you after a little bit about the, you know, the question of wireless here, and this book by talking about jock valet, and I had with him through Silicon Valley where he described he's a very well-known new faller, just the person studies UFO's and also he's you know, he was he worked on the proto internet Arpanet and venture capitalist though. I think is yes, he is. And. And just all round brilliant person here. And so, you know Saucier been in basically. So you knew the whole history of it. And though he kicked a friend of mine. Rodney Grahame I on his tour, and as we're going I was thinking of you know, what, you know. I've always been thinking of technology. I I'd go grown-up I began really. And you know, the computer revolution, you know, happened right there where where I grew up. And so I, you know in in elementary school on computers in California had those before I think any other state, and so there's a philosopher Martin Heidegger, and he asks the question of philosophy which had been it's rainy question thousands of years ago. Why is there something other than nothing? You know? Is there something here other than what is? Is that what's going on? And so he after he had his experiences mystical experience he reopened that question at actually talks about technology. And and he says that technology, you know, in in the history of of you know, they of human history different eras that are dominated by different types of technologies. There's a book era, right where you know, religious books, he environment impacts religion. And he says technology is not going to impact religion is going to impact as humans, and and even questions of why we're here. And so that was really in the four most of my mind as I was going through Silicon Valley and looking at the very places now, they have really revolutionized the whole planet and our human bodies even. I mean, if you think about our human bodies, my mother got a two hip implants. And you know, she could barely walk before she had to walk with a cane. And now, she walks every day, she. Goes. We are in we're already technologies already within our bodies. And we can't really get away from it. Are you excited with the possibilities that there could be extraterrestrial? Intelligent life out there. That's a good question. So I I do it at this question. And I have to say that I'm not sure. So on the one hand if there are I did talk to one of the scientists recently about the you know, extraterrestrials, and what what they would be called. I said, you know, this is a person who knows a lot about genetics, and that type of thing, and I said, what would be would just be species, or you know, what is went through, you know, basic species filing, Jennifer, this type of thing, and I was thinking it through and I thought okay. What if there are? You know, if there are if they say, there's one species of it there are most likely many, different kinds, right? Because the verse is says. And a lot of that, you know there. There's a professor at university Connecticut slider and a couple of years ago. She read really great. And it's online, by the way for any of your listeners wanna look at it. It's about alien intelligence. And she basically makes the the argument that it will be once we need it. If we haven't already we'll be technology. We're not gonna meet a carbon based form we're gonna meet technological alien life. And even along musk has said several times, you know, technology is that, you know, artificial intell- super artificial intelligence will seem like alien license. His quote and so excited about it. That's your question. I think that we should take we should take note of Stephen Hawking's, one of his statements about he's made a lot of statements about Ichi like many of which is that is a bad..

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"university connecticut" Discussed on The Gem on The Queen's Crown

The Gem on The Queen's Crown

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"university connecticut" Discussed on The Gem on The Queen's Crown

"Xavier nice finish to twenty eighteen now jump to the cincinnati bearcats you see we'll have the number three see university connecticut in clearwater florida may twenty third at three to kick off the american athlete conference tournament your bearcats of uc went twenty eight twenty six on the year twelve and twelve in aa see play eighteen eleven marge schott stadium eight and fifteen outside cincy and to know in neutral fields their last conference series was against south florida or usf they dropped it won the first game ten seven at home and lost the next two eight six and nine eight they did be the ohio state buckeyes in their last non con game of the year one in seven because storms rolling through fourteen to four nice crushing of the buckeyes from the cincinnati bearcats again you see has uconn in clearwater florida to kick off term play tomorrow may twenty third wednesday at three and we'll go to seen claire baseball if you don't know by now seen claris heading back to the n j c a world series what is n j ca that's the national junior college athletic association for community colleges non it's non for your schools think if you're a four year school you can't be a part of it i think that's the whole kit and caboodle on that so sinclair they're heading back to the world series that's a well oil machine that head coach steve denham has for the tartan pride they call the athletes in action complex in xenia ohio home which if you know your geography and miami valley that is central greene county from campus that's located in central montgomery county it's turf it's a turf field grady's field beautiful baseball complex i can tell you about the time where wright state at the play a couple of games out there and there were building grady's feel back in two thousand seven two thousand eight.

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"university connecticut" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"university connecticut" Discussed on WTMA

"Went on in pitched collegiately for the university connecticut where he would spend three years there before being drafted into the match and the supplemental portion of the first round that is funded the jerk bouncing away and its three in one essentially he signed for under slot value with new york because of the injury concerns that popped up in is physical a check swing tapper down the line that balls fair steven sends a little excuse me check swing will get himself his third double in the last two games as he trots into second base for the big grin on his face he says i'll take it didn't even mean to swing and he'd come up with a double stephen centrally three hits last night can do no wrong right now as you say leadoff to bagger launch here this is the pitch inside that he ever so slightly brought the risks around and taps it to the right of the third base bag for a double centuries twelfth double of the season he came in and a three way tie for second in the league into baggers leaves this charleston ballclub hash now falling behind owen one already with hit on his ledger a single that opened up the second river dogs have now had three leadoff hits already would have been able to score a one and that one of the dirt good slide and stop on the change up by one one and has k underwent tommy john surgery in october the same year he was drafted twenty sixteen returned to action and pitched in instructs in two thousand seventeen you won't see any stats from that performance that he had the kind of off season instructional league through some bullpen sessions.

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"university connecticut" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"university connecticut" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Ensure that i've got money to send back home my family if i need you i've got a little more and pocket wom on campus and right now in my local campus area while i'm in college and doing well enough i have some value i have some name recognition that's why i think imaging like this is going to be the concession i think that's gonna be the place nancy to let that was the big part of the eto bannon a lawsuit that eventually was over to the former uc ucla player found out like video games for using his likeness yes and wasn't getting a part of that jay bill us of course who played a ducas one of our great college basketball endless think that's where this was all heading eventually why aren't players allowed to have ages football basketball players what hockey players and baseball players in college could everett ehrlich slow serve at why aren't they allowed to monetize there david like this said what is the big deal about you know having a bill with at age other things like that what why are we worried about that with no other student whether up scholarship or not is restricted a way we're just begging for problems that we're creating our own while the answer aa is out there selling these players or billions literally billions of dollars and they're paying themselves billions upon billions of dollars athletic departments are bigger than the pentagon and they keep getting bigger well that the edsel actually the the head coach at university connecticut galilee maryland before that it was you can put out there something along those lines of with jay bill for saying on twitter over the weekend he said look college football scouting departments now are bigger than the nfl we have more more people and more people out there trying to do all this stuff and he put it hashtag pay the players i mean this is this is is he it seemed like logic is finally coming into the equation i think and i think one of the.

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"university connecticut" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"university connecticut" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Midst the canceling my sports illustrated subscription vein named colin kaepernick missed a wonderful person of the year so to sports illustrated screw you are you lost may have a nice life i don't know what's happening i don't know i i i don't know he's a communist he wear socks the pick thing polices pigs he kisses the arse of fidel castro and the castro brothers macomb a wonderful of the year not with my money and uh there was a whole big thing with this case finally they found this guy innocence this saying it was an accident even though stolen gun and the gun shot three bullets all by itself in i still remember the o j thing and you know i got that one almost in that the prosecutors marcia clark in that guy what's his name darden were horrible the worst but lists by looked if fifa's blood of the accused at the murder scene you probably think he's guilty considering also had a big cut on his finger he beat the hell out of his wife a few times net innocent so i don't know what the hell is in san francisco's water or whatever it just seems to me that if it was cates finely who killed the guy i think should probably be in jail welcome to our world kids it's our backwards i don't know what's going on but i'm going to keep fighting the good fight of logic just logic you know like i told you yesterday university connecticut is teaching a class on white racism whites are racist the new now you know i'm a racist.

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"university connecticut" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"university connecticut" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"The last plastic the end of quality programming jerry called ball it doesn't get better than this it is and what was the gets to invest reserch thank you for being with us that a just a couple more things i just wanted to let you know about two has nothing to do with you and your money i cancelled i'm in the mix the canceling my sports illustrated subscription uh vein named colin kaepernick missed the wonderful person of the year so to sports illustrated screw you are you lost may have a nice life i i don't know what's happening i don't know i i i don't know he's a communist he wear socks the pick thing polices pigs he kisses the arse of fidel castro and the castro brothers macomb mr wonderful of the year not with my money and uh there was a whole big thing with this cates finally found this guy in a sense our vis saying it was an accident even though stolen gun and the gun shot three bullets all by itself you know i still remember the o j thing and you know i got that one almost in that the prosecutors marcia clark in that guy what's his name darden were horrible the worst but less five looked if there's blood of the accused at the murder scene you probably think he's guilty considering also had a big cut on his finger he beat the hell out of his wife a few times net innocent so i don't know what the hell the san francisco's water or whatever it just seems to me that if it was kate finely who killed the guy i think you're probably be in jail welcome to our world kids it's arse backwards i don't know what's going on but i'm going to keep fighting the good fight of logic just logic you know like i told you yesterday university connecticut is teaching a class on white racism whites are racist the new now the union on the racist.

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"university connecticut" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"university connecticut" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"The canceling my sports illustrated subscription uh they named colin kaepernick missed a wonderful person of the year so to sports illustrated screw you uh uh you lost me uh have a nice life i don't know what's happening i don't know i i i don't know uh he's a communist he wear socks the pitting police's pigs he kisses the arse of fidel castro and the castro brothers macomb missed the one the full of the year uh not with my money and uh there was a whole big thing with this kate stein li they found this guy innocent uh this saying it was an accident even though stolen gun uh and the gun shot three bullets uh all by itself uh you know i still remember the j thing and you know i got that one almost did that the prosecutors marcia clark in that guy what's his name darden were horrible the worst but list i looked if there is blood of the accused uh at the murder scene you probably think he's guilty considering also at a big cut on his finger he beat the hell out of his wife a few times uh not innocent so i don't know what the hell's in san francisco's water or whatever it just seems to me that if it was kate stein lee who killed the guy i think she probably be in jail welcome to our world kids it's arse backwards uh i don't know what's going on um but i'm going to keep fighting the good fight of logic just logic uh you know like i told you yesterday university connecticut is teaching a class on white racism uh uh whites are racist the new now uh uh you know i'm a racist uh huh ladies and gentlemen now as i do very well we segue uh uh we get off that stuff uh by the way a lot of it has to do with the markets because at 1105 today the dow dropped about four hundred points on the news that michael flynn with testifying against trump at twelve o'clock it was announced that the republicans khan's had the votes for this act steel and the rest of the day the market drifted in drifted in drifted up to the final numbers that we will give you uh in just a couple of moments so that said let us move segue into two as market wrath mm brought to you by investment they asked models dot com that's jim moore back when a great market timers no great years with the menu either in or out of the market was proprietary in the caves go check it out investment dashed.

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"university connecticut" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"university connecticut" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"The canceling my sports illustrated subscription uh vein named colin kaepernick missed a wonderful person of the year so to sports illustrated screw you all you lost may have a nice life i don't know what's happening i don't know i i i don't know he's a communist he wear socks the pick thing polices pigs he kisses the arse of fidel castro and the castro brothers macomb a wonderful of the year not with my money and uh there was a whole big thing with this cates finally they found this guy innocent vis saying it was an accident even though stolen gun and the gun shot three bullets all by itself you know i still remember the o j saying and you know i got that one almost in that the prosecutors marcia clark in that guy what's his name darden were horrible the worst but less five looked if there's blood of the accused at the murder scene you probably thinking is guilty considering also at a big cud on his finger he beat the hell out of his wife a few times innocent so i don't know what the hell in san francisco's water or whatever it just seems to me that if it was cates finely who killed the guy i think you'll probably be in jail welcome to our world kids it's arse backwards i don't know what's going on but i'm gonna keep fighting the good fight of logic just logic you know like i told you yesterday university connecticut is teaching a class on white racism whites are racist the new now the union aama racist.

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"university connecticut" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"university connecticut" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"On twitter saying wait a second that activity seen at that same the of timothy seems been used every year since nineteen sixty seven that another jack as says hey make sure the swastika stockings or hung by the chilly with care oh that's real creative f y f y you christians those trees or pagan symbols paid for with our tax dollars well okay thank you for your little history lesson um so they're just go i mean they'll go often anything they can go off on with this guy how their at how the the left is trying to give us a history lesson one history hasn't mattered to them since trump got into the white house anyway no no i know to every out there how about the history of electoral college above you're still saying she won the popular vote okay let me see were eleven minutes before 9 o'clock as take little too of the united states right now share let's see what's going on around the entire country let everybody in on the action here this morning on ksfo oh man eating shark stocks the miami beach they got photos of this one it's a maneater i tell you it's a big big shark um of case now we love to see uh oh oh there this this is this while this was at a college last night it's at the university of connecticut so university connecticut had some conservative guy coming into speak the college republicans brought in the speaker i don't know who the speaker as maybe you've heard of this guy lucy with rich though a 27yearold conservative commentator never heard of it now i haven't heard of them apparently he's the correspondent for the gateway pundit we do occasionally use gateway pundit as a resource here on the show city where he goes there and speaks and his speech titled it's okay it'd be white all hell broke loose it was a riot during the speech a fight breaks out officers have to take this guy from the room before he gets killed i mean i'm looking at the video it is a brawler risky all because the title of his speech was it's okay.

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"university connecticut" Discussed on The MMQB: 10 Things

The MMQB: 10 Things

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"university connecticut" Discussed on The MMQB: 10 Things

"All right and i'll just wait till someone does make the playoffs and then we'll talk about it wait till the playoffs and then that's that's probably a much better idea nine daddy it is time for topic nine this is a lightning round and this is a very special lightning round do you know why i don't i i am afraid to hear why no it's it's good and actually i'm making this up but i'm just going to assume this is factually true this is the first time the patriots are ever appearing in our lightning round uh yeah his area avery so as always the is always yell one of the marquis now these are non marqui games but uh but not at all but they're not really reactively after fit something in sohmor and anyone who listen to this show knows that the lightning round games usually get featured more because we get off track and i was going to say we about him and he finally as i've not alive under atri it's this week yeah all right patriots in mexico city they they beat the raiders this game was was not competitive the thirty three eight was the final boy this raider seem with the drops these receivers with the drop see it's just it's it's not good and the patriots are clicking fully on offense i don't know i mean they're just gone back to the super bowl this point i i don't worry about it this picked sticking with predictions i like that um i think the talk is on the raiders side of things and there's there's nothing you can do about dropped passes if you're a coaching staff the todd downing their offense a coordinator i thought he's done a better job lately of getting his receivers opportunities mainly putting amaury cooper in the slot that's been the most obvious example what they've done other things as well on balancing the formation getting mismatches by design further wide receivers that's good coaching all of its irrelevant if the guy doesn't catch the ball yeah and on the defensive side it was actually is so ob belen fawn woo made his the rookie made his first start they moved into cornerback corner back and he ended up starting in this one and and i was excited to see that can sees a local hero a university connecticut fella eight didn't go said.

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"university connecticut" Discussed on WJOL Will County 1340

WJOL Will County 1340

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"university connecticut" Discussed on WJOL Will County 1340

"You do you should be able to do it yet a split schleder reporter weber it may be commentator and then like gene auriemma the coach at university connecticut women he coaches women so why kid women coachman right they cannot i think san antonio spurs has dea they have a pound who assistant get him the system as a woman camping been able see play basketball and was a really good so i mean it's i think those guys are starting to realize that you have to uh give those give those women were qualified a chance to do what they want to do on board they love so that's great scraping great it's great that the berries supreme broken is taking a long time it is taking too long list the good old boys network never wanted to let a woman in there but basically it's almost harder for a woman to get a break then it was perhaps maybe we back in the day jackie robinson it's an african american to get the break really yeah i mean we always we'll so say when they were the ones certain things in the past and and that's what it is and that's what he rose but nowadays women a women a qualified to do whatever they want their the kuala platitudes us everything a man can do and they can they can do the same thing if they want to have that if they want to lindgren bruin madam seek what they can and what they want miss world man i am i'm i'm really really proud of arizona a thing that i play for four no man the fbi and the first in open open their doors to rubber wants to be great it what they do so that's awesome i pray every good story like arizona there's always want bowls allowed the and if this one came out of philadelphia of philadelphia sports radio guy lost his weekly television job at the saying that a female announcer calling in nfl game quote sounds on natural why in the world would you rather go there knowing what the situation in the climate is out there might this anneli settlers radio show and wptv i in philadelphia that he was fired from sports sunday because shippers remark i mean he question why espn was using beth moen's to do playbyplay aeneas paeans monday night football double header gone finished kaput you're fired variety ago because he was probably better than.

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"university connecticut" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

Money Radio 1200AM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"university connecticut" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

"One at florida international the other florida atlantic down on the southeast portion of florida butch davis been in the nfl college football north carolina university miami they bring him on it florida international and lean kiffan who was usc in tennessee for about five minutes at florida atlantic if anybody is going to stick around it's going to be butch laid kiffan he's got a oneway ticket outta town if he can get the the next job out on unconvinced of that well if one thing about lake if he you know one thing he he's taking all these transfers it might not recognise year in that he might not be a good team this year but the year next year they're gonna be loaded east taking these guys uc did for some reason left those schools and now looking for places including one was porter state and they're all gonna be back next year he his his program we'll be a top now one other name that i want to bring up that maybe doesn't get a lot of a lot of the the big prominence jeff wlob he did a really good job i think it was a western kentucky if i'm not mistaken he's now at perdue another programme victim well i he did a terrific job the wizards kept he was a great quarterback global he news news your offensive football and now he's got a chance to go purdue and purdue it's been so bad the last three or four years they've been horrible they got a chance they can really do some good i'm telling you do you do is you have made your job it could be good jeff could do a good job they're going to be real interesting and then we've got randy at seoul university connecticut you got jeff tedford fresno state so we're seeing a number of names kind of going back into college football more kind of shifting jobs so a lot of changes on the offseason we've gone over the coaches we will continue college football preview maneuvers with our guest espn analysts leak corso we will take a look at the top twenty five look at some key conferences and then we will get in to some predictions as well as looking at some great games to be on the lookout for you need to have some alpha to your face will my phone with when the student in the.

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"university connecticut" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"university connecticut" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Corporate ladder was another moved to another state and another school and i did three different high schools in three years in three different states pretty rough on occasion it it gets a little weird no wanna make new friends and irib perennially the you know the new guy and you know high schools tough enough you're trying to turn and get your identity together figure out who you are which wanted to do and try to fit in and then you're jerked out of that into another place throughout my life won't fast forward a little bit now i want to move to new york city to play music every september moved to a new apartment it's just the sort of thing in my bones is like i gotta i gotta move i gotta go someplace else i went to university connecticut for a year the plan was to study literature that said all was wanted to be a writer with whom i was a little kid playing music was something that i loved and play piano than trump a happy family life was getting braces that enough to play trump had any longer nobody told me about miles davis back then it was all school marching bands stuff so you know if someone hit me that maybe i would have been a little with different but and i was on the path the the go to school i figured i would you know get a master's and maybe a doctored be a teacher right you know one end up being teaching in some private girls college and upstate new york and being the volleyball coach at the same time no luke frequency right very specific very had a worked out and for all of my dreams have been very very specific with one exception without reminding him of my daughters the and somewhere in in all of that i was at university connecticut wasn't really happy i got accepted the bard i was gonna transferred aboard an mark folks it was just a.

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"university connecticut" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"university connecticut" Discussed on Science Friday

"The us from a low bow i wish you both good luck and check in with us again would your shirt thanked rightly sarah him as sarah mcinulty uh founder of us skype a scientist phd candidate the university connecticut emily green is also phd candidate at the university of connecticut instore it's wanna thank both of them for joining us today summer is here and if it's not too darn hard today you know it's bound to be again soon some time because as the mercury rises in out the what's what's the last thing you want to do said todt atat in the kitchen you don't want to spend eur afternoons next to a hot oven with four pot spoiling on a stove maybe you don't even have the space for barbecue ing so what's the solution well for some it's it's a lot more salads and sandwiches and may be ice cream for dinner but what if you could cook up something tasty without using heat that was a bit more interesting than maybe using you know just having ice cream theories a trick there are lots of tricks we're going to talk about on how to cook without the heat may be using a bit a lime juice or a lot of salt or other tricks of science while he interested it's it's time for a special no heat addition of our food failures series and if you wanna you want your tricks to deliver favorite no heat cooking technique or recipe we want to hear about it can give us a call eight four four seven two four two five five eight four.

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