17 Burst results for "Warren Williams"

"warren williams" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

Out of Bounds Podcast

05:34 min | 5 months ago

"warren williams" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

"A good cause. It's like, you just got to do it, you know? And you got to figure out how to do it. And I think that's like, yeah, it was pretty hard. It's pretty hard to do, but it's just important to me to get it out there at this point. You released it, when did it come out? February, or did it get released locally soon? Oh, it was like right in the beginning of March, but at the end of February we did some locals premiere here at ladies. How was that for you? It was cool. It was kind of like a dream come true. I'd remembered, I don't want to say it like that. But it was still amazing. Because I remember seeing the Michael Becky films and that guy really inspired me a lot, and it was cool to be standing in that same spot and hopefully doing the same for some younger people in the room. Just to like, you know, some new lifts or something, 'cause that was a new lift then. And watching the film his films and his late clips and wow, this guy's an incredible so for me, that was like, it was pretty cool to be in those shoes. And yeah, and it's a phenomenal story. It's a phenomenal film, kylen is did a great job of storytelling and you did a great job of, you know, you're the main character. So, you know, unfortunately you had to go through all those things to get there to tell the story, but it really is like, I think it's nice for people to hear, you know, we mentioned drew Peterson. We're all refreshing. We're all struggling sometimes, and we're all and maybe it's not even, it's just like a purpose. I have it and I ski every day. And it's like, should I be doing something else? And it's like, no, I think I'm okay. I contribute, I think, to society a little bit. And so it is so nice to watch. You know, I watched it this morning and I was like, this is nice. This is relatable. This is good. It's wholesome. It's real. It's not ski porn. There's some ski porn in it, which is nice. Yeah, there's some skiing in it, and it was just a great story. So thank you for sharing it. And thank you for taking 48 minutes to hop on the podcast and tell your story. Privilege to be here. Is there anyone you want to thank? Where can people follow you on Instagram? I know that's a weird thing, but it's a thing. Yeah. Yeah, this is kind of anyone you want to thank, where to follow you on Instagram and where to watch the film, really. Yeah, I mean, I had tons of people to thank. I mean, Kai on a specially Kyle for, you know, remembering my story. And getting it out there, like wanting to be motivated. And sponsors, of course, like high 5s and big Agnes and fat tie early. It's kind of a joy knowing the companies want to be part of it. And thank you for having me here. Absolutely. A lot of the people at Alta who've just like pushed me in the right direction. This guy named Warren Williams is really helped me out a lot. And just like, yeah, there's a lot of my Instagram is Taylor award Martin at Instagram. I never done that before. We'll tag it. It is weird. We'll put you in there. We'll be in your notes. It's just Taylor wood Martin. My final question is what's next? Do you have anything planned? Are you thinking anything? Another film, some personal journeys. What is next for Taylor? Oh, I'm gonna do a bunch of climbing this summer, hopefully. Go to the wind rivers and probably climb over I want to climb like the keeler needle over by Mount Whitney. And yeah, I'm sure like some other big ones I want to ski the highline trail. You want to highlight trail. I'd love to do some through hikes on skis. Just, yeah. Yeah, you know, I'd like to go to the big Alaskan mountains. It's like I remember I went walked into Lake I meet the other day and the guy was gave me the numbers, how much it was all going to cost. I was like, dang. But yeah, you know, dreaming of bigger mountains and bigger things and always trying to find the limit again. I love it. Cool. Well, thank you so much. Yeah, thank you, seriously. All right guys, episode 52. That means 52 weeks I've been doing this, which means one year. So from one year, I've gained a title sponsor. I've gained followers. I've gained Friends. And I think the storytelling has gotten better. So thank you. Thank you for listening. Thank you for caring. Sponsors, thank you for paying attention to our little collective and listening to our voices where you try to tell these stories and try to get more in depth and tell realers more real stories, real stories. But again, thank you. For listening. I wouldn't be able to do this without listeners. Numbers matter. And you guys listen, consistently. So please give any feedback. Let me know. Leave a 5 star review. If there's someone you want on the show, please let me know. I've got some super heavy heavy hitters and all my guests are heavy, but I've got Emily Harrington on the show. I've got Adrian ballinger on the show. This is amazing. So thank you. Thank you. Thank you, thank you. And that's it. Thank you. Thank you for being you and keep being you. And I appreciate it. And we will chat soon..

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"warren williams" Discussed on The Vergecast

The Vergecast

03:51 min | 6 months ago

"warren williams" Discussed on The Vergecast

"I mean, I get it. All of their OSes are not particularly as watchOS iOS, iPad OS. So I get that it would be reality OS. It's just kind of, I don't know. No one's named anything for mixed reality in a cool way thus far, like the metaverse is lame. I hate the name. I don't know. I'm not loving the name, even though and also when are we going to see this we've heard this rumored for, I feel like 12,000 years at this point. And they keep saying it's coming, but I don't know. Well, the rumors. Apple will say nothing. Going to be called reality. So that's right. Apple TV. You got iPadOS, it's an iPad. You got macOS at the Mac, putting on reality. Apple reality is a product name literally sounds like a parody. There are YouTube comedians dressed up as Steve Jobs right now that have made videos that are like, it's Apple real. You gotta bring Joni back for the Johnny back for that. They can't do it because the FCC is going to be on them like a hawk if they try and get this thing cleared for radio interference because everybody knows that apple's really bad at reality distortion fields. Wow. I knew it was coming. And I clocked it. And it still hit me. Yeah, he's like a punch to the face, steer. He felt it. And I was like, I'm just going to have to sit here and take this. Brace yourself. Last one, we are way over. I do love being in the office. It's great. Super Bowl this weekend. It's true. My team is not in it. So I don't like it at all. It's terrible. Will not be in four K of course. No one wants to invest in this. It's on NBC. NBC notably broadcasting the Olympics in four K because other people film the Olympics. Evans knows. At this point, we asked them, we push it them. They're like, it's very expensive. To upgrade all the cameras to build all the infrastructure. Sure. I buy it. I'm sure. Sure. But it's also like 2022. And you definitely have dudes with Sony alphas on the sidelines. I know those run in four K I have the same. We have the same cameras. They could do it if they wanted to. That's what I choose to do. So again, we were like, why don't you just pay them to upgrade Google has money? Use your money. Upgrade their cameras and then have it exclusive four K and he was like, I'll take it back to the team. Yes. As usual. Brick wall. Super Bowl 2023 on YouTube. I think it is ridiculous to the Super Bowl sun in four K so don't call your local NBC station. They're harried and they're trying to fix your Mazda. Call someone. Call peacock. Do they just peacock have a phone line? No, do you think peacock has customer service? They've been customers first. They barely have UI designers. Okay, that's it. That's a very chance we've gone way over. Thank you for sticking with us Victoria. That was great. Thank you for coming on. Thanks for having me. What's your Twitter? It's at Vic M song. Very clever, I know, but it's just me, not the KPop star. She's not on Twitter. Important. Dieter is back on Alex's Alex H kranz, addi is at the dextro archy, Chris is at Chris Welch out to her making it work package, like the fourth one we've done. Yes. We love small business coverage at the verge. It's really cool. It's so good. This one is all about fraudsters. It's a very fun. Go check that out. Decoder this week was X fox dot com editor in chief Warren Williams. To be honest with you, it was like the loosest giggly episode of decoder ever because we're Friends. She has a new new start, which is really cool. Talk to her, go listen to that. That is that. That's our chest. Rock and roll. Rock and roll..

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"warren williams" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"warren williams" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Next week? I'm going to tell you the story about a professor who believed that heredity is stronger than environment. Unfortunately, he put his nefarious belief to an actual test that involved the life of an innocent child in order to prove his point to a doubting scientific world. The professor married a woman in whose veins cost criminal blood for many generations from this unholy union, a child was born born to be reared as a lady. But from the very first strange science of bad blood cropped up in the child, What happened to her? Well, listen next week to the story we call one shining hour. This is Warren William, inviting you to listen again next week. Strange Wells has written by Ken Crippen and directed by Albert Orig. This is a Tele Ways feature produced in Hollywood. Alright there you have it. Strange Wills, Lisa, July 13th 1946 Treasure to Starboard with Warren William. Also in that cast. Perry Ward, Howard Culver Marine Tuttle. And the organist was Del Castillo. And that was a Hammond organ. There is much syndicated all over the world. Buy Teleway Syndication. Alright Sarah Knight Adamson is here with Sarah's backstage pass. Take it away. Hi, Carl and hello to all our listeners out there tonight. I'd like to talk about the 73rd.

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"warren williams" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"warren williams" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"For other related charges. In South Carolina a judge sentenced Nathaniel Rowland to life in prison for murdering and kidnapping university of South Carolina student Samantha josephson in March 2019 21 year old josephson got into the killer's car after mistaking it for an Uber and was later found dead in the Woods. Democratic Party donor and political activist Ed buck has been found guilty on 9 felonies including running a drug house and injecting two gay black men with methamphetamine who then died of an overdose 26 year old general Moore died in 2017 and 55 year old Timothy dean died in 2019. Buck was arrested two years ago after a third man overdosed on methamphetamine that is apartment. That man survived. Black LGBTQ+ activists and the family members of the men who died had for months been calling on prosecutors to file criminal charges against Bach accusing him of being a sexual predator. Bug faces a mandatory minimum sentence of 20 years in prison with a maximum life sentence. A new investigation by The Associated Press revealed a number of Ku Klux Klan members are working inside the Florida Department of Corrections. The revelation came as part of an investigation into a failed KKK plot in 2015 to murder a black man. The murder was planned as revenge for a fight in which black person or Warren Williams bid a white guard Thomas driver. The FBI was able to stop the plot. Instead staging the murder after an informant infiltrated the terror group tens of thousands of Americans are believed to belong to extremist white supremacist groups including the Klan. The FBI said such groups represent the greatest domestic terror threat here in the United States. A ProPublica study found that immigration prosecutors are continuing to deport people who are not considered a threat to public safety despite a Biden administration policy instructing them to postpone or drop such cases. But the policy is carried out at the prosecutor's discretion making it difficult to challenge. This comes as immigrant justice advocates are denouncing the Biden administration for the growing number of jail immigrants and asylum seekers. As of mid July over 27,000 people are being held in ice jails as advocates warn detentions have nearly doubled under Biden. The closely watched democratic congressional primary in Ohio to fill the seat of Marcia fudge is less than a week away. The race pits Nina Turner who served as Bernie Sanders campaign co chair. Again Chantal Brown the chairwoman of the cuyahoga county Democratic Party. On Tuesday the women's march through its support behind Nina Turner in its first ever electoral endorsement. It came one day after warrensville heights council member Walter Stewart announced he was switching his support from Brown to Turner. Nita Turner is the one that's going to take us and who has the vision the know how the experience and she has this opportunity at heart to carry us forward. Over the weekend Congress member Alexandra casio Cortez campaigned in Ohio for Nina Turner who also just picked up the endorsement of Congress member Jamie Raskin. Chantel Brown has received the backing of Hillary Clinton and the congressional black caucus political action committee. And in a special election in Texas yesterday voters rejected a Trump endorse candidate and elected another Republican state representative Jake lz to the U.S. House. LZ ran an anti immigration campaign and called himself a Reagan Republican. He ran against Susan Wright the widow of the former congressman Ron Wright who died this year from COVID-19 leaving open his seat in Texas sex congressional district. And those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the war and peace report. I'm Amy Goodman in New York joined by democracy now co host one Gonzalez in New Brunswick New Jersey haiwan. Hi Amy and welcome to all of our listeners and viewers across the country and around the world. Well the House of Representatives select committee investigating the January 6th insurrection at the capitol. Hold its first hearing Tuesday. And her testimony from four police officers who were attacked by Trump supporters while defending the capitol. The committee's made up of 7 Democrats and two Republicans Liz Cheney and Adam kinzinger. Both of whom voted to impeach Trump for his role in instigating the assault on the capitol. Last week House minority leader Kevin McCarthy pulled all his recommended committee members 5 of them after House speaker Nancy Pelosi veto two of his picks. U.S. capitol police sergeant aquilino gonal spoke first during the insurrection. He was beaten with a flagpole and attacked with chemical spray. Canal is a Dominican immigrant who served in the U.S. Army in Iraq. While we were subjected was like something from a medieval battle we forehand to him inch by inch to prevent an invasion of the care provided by intent on subverting our democratic process. My fellow officers and I were committed to not letting any writers breach the capital. It was a prolonged and desperate struggle. The writers attempted to breach the capital were shouting Trump send us. Pick the right side. We want Trump. I believe her officers screaming in agony and pain just an arm left from me. I didn't know at that time that was officer Hodges. And he's here today to testify. I too was being crushed by the writers. I could feel my myself losing oxygen and recall thinking to myself this is how I'm going to die defending this entrance. U.S. capitol police sergeant aquilino gunnel testifying Tuesday before the House select committee investigating the January 6th insurrection at the capitol. During his testimony Gino referenced D.C. Metropolitan Police department officer Daniel Hodges who also testified at the hearing describing how Trump supporters almost crushed him to death. On my left was a man with a clear ride shield stolen during the assault. He slammed it against me and with all the weight of the body is pushing behind him trapped me. My arms were pinned and effectively useless trapped against either the shield on my left or the door frame on my right. With my posture granting me no functional strength or freedom of movement. I was effectively defenseless. And gradually sustaining injury from the increasing pressure of the mob. Directly in front of me a man seized the opportunity of my vulnerability. Grabbed the front of my gas mask and used it to beat my head against the door. He switched to pulling it off my head the strap stretching against my skull and straining my neck. He never entered uttered any words I recognized but opted instead for guttural screams. I remember filming at the mouth. He also put his cell phone as mouths so they had both fans free to assault me. Eventually he succeeded in stripping away my gas mask and a new rush of exposure to CS and OC spray hit me. The mob of terrorists were coordinating their efforts now shouting heave Ho. As a synchronized pushing their weight forward crushing me further against the metal door frame. The man in front of me grabbed my baton that I still held in my hands. And my current state I was unable to retain my weapon. He bashed me in the head and faced with a rupturing my lip and adding additional injury to my skull. That was D.C. Metropolitan Police department officer Daniel Hodges. And this is Mike phenom who is also an officer with the D.C. Metropolitan Police. He suffered a heart.

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"warren williams" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"warren williams" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"For other related charges. In South Carolina a judge sentenced Nathaniel Rowland to life in prison for murdering and kidnapping university of South Carolina student Samantha josephson in March 2019 21 year old josephson got into the killer's car after mistaking it for an Uber and was later found dead in the Woods. Democratic Party donor and political activist Ed buck has been found guilty on 9 felonies including running a drug house and injecting two gay black men with methamphetamine who then died of an overdose 26 year old general Moore died in 2017 and 55 year old Timothy dean died in 2019. Buck was arrested two years ago after a third man overdosed on methamphetamine that is apartment. That man survived. Black LGBTQ+ activists and the family members of the men who died had for months been calling on prosecutors to file criminal charges against Bach accusing him of being a sexual predator. Buck face is a mandatory minimum sentence of 20 years in prison with a maximum life sentence. A new investigation by The Associated Press revealed a number of Ku Klux Klan members are working inside the Florida Department of Corrections. The revelation came as part of an investigation into a failed KKK plot in 2015 to murder a black man. The murder was planned as revenge for a fight in which black person or Warren Williams bid a white guard Thomas driver. The FBI was able to stop the plot. Instead staging the murder after an informant infiltrated the terror group tens of thousands of Americans are believed to belong to extremist white supremacist groups including the clan the FBI said such groups represent the greatest domestic terror threat here in the United States. A ProPublica study found that immigration prosecutors are continuing to deport people who are not considered a threat to public safety despite a Biden administration policy instructing them to postpone or drop such cases. But the policy is carried out at the prosecutor's discretion making it difficult to challenge. This comes as immigrant justice advocates are denouncing the Biden administration for the growing number of jail immigrants and asylum seekers. As of mid July over 27,000 people are being held in ice jails as advocates warn detentions have nearly doubled under Biden. The closely watched democratic congressional primary in Ohio to fill the seat of Marcia fudge is less than a week away. The race pits Nina Turner who served as Bernie Sanders campaign co chair. Again Chantal Brown the chairwoman of the cuyahoga county Democratic Party. On Tuesday the women's march through its support behind Nina Turner in its first ever electoral endorsement. It came one day after warrensville heights council member Walter Stewart announced he was switching his support from Brown to Turner. Nita Turner is the one that's going to take us and who has the vision the know how the experience and she has this opportunity at heart to carry us forward. Over the weekend Congress member Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez campaigned in Ohio for Nina Turner who also just picked up the endorsement of Congress member Jamie Raskin. Chantel Brown has received the backing of Hillary Clinton and the congressional black caucus political action committee. And in a special election in Texas yesterday voters rejected a Trump endorse candidate and elected another Republican state representative Jake lz to the U.S. House. LZ ran an anti immigration campaign and called himself a Reagan Republican. He ran against Susan Wright the widow of the former Congress member Ron Wright who died this year from COVID-19 leaving open his seat in Texas sex congressional district. And those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the war and peace report. I'm Amy Goodman in New York joined by democracy now co host one Gonzalez in New Brunswick New Jersey haiwan. Hi Amy and welcome to all of our listeners and viewers across the country and around the world. Well the House of Representatives select committee investigating the January 6th insurrection at the capitol. Hold its first hearing Tuesday. And her testimony from four police officers who were attacked by Trump supporters while defending the capitol. The committee's made up of 7 Democrats and two Republicans Liz Cheney and Adam kinzinger. Both of whom voted to impeach Trump for his role in instigating the assault on the capital. Last week House minority leader Kevin McCarthy pulled all his recommended committee members 5 of them after House speaker Nancy Pelosi vetoed two of his picks. U.S. capitol police sergeant aquilino gonal spoke first during the insurrection. He was beaten with a flagpole and attacked with chemical spray. Canal is a Dominican immigrant who served in the U.S. Army in Iraq. While we were subjected was like something from a medieval bottle we forehand to him inch by inch to prevent an invasion of the care provided intent on subordinating our democratic process. My fellow officers and I were committed to not letting any writers breach the capital. It was a prolonged and desperate struggle. The writers attempted to breach the capital were shouting Trump send us. Pick the right side. We want Trump. I baby her officers screaming in agony and pain just an arm left from me. I didn't know at that time that was officer Hodges. And he's here today to testify. I too was being crushed by the writers. I could feel my myself losing oxygen and recall thinking to myself this is how I'm going to die defending this entrance. U.S. capitol police sergeant aquilino gunnel testifying Tuesday before the House select committee investigating the January 6th insurrection at the capitol. During his testimony Gino referenced D.C. Metropolitan Police department officer Daniel Hodges who also testified at the hearing describing how Trump supporters almost crushed him to death. On my left was a man with a clear ride shield stolen during the assault. He slammed it against me and with all the weight of the body is pushing behind him trapped me. My arms were pinned and effectively useless trapped against either the shield on my left or the door frame on my right. With my posture granting me no functional strength or freedom of movement. I was effectively defenseless. And gradually sustaining injury from the increasing pressure of the mob. Directly in front of me a man seized the opportunity of my vulnerability. Grabbed the front of my gas mask and used it to beat my head against the door. He switched to pulling it off my head the strap stretching against my skull and straining my neck. He never entered uttered any words I recognized but opted instead for guttural screams. I remember him foaming at the mouth. He also put his cell phone as mouths so they had both fans free to assault me. Eventually he succeeded in stripping away my gas mask and a new rush of exposure to CS and OC spray hit me. The mob of terrorists were coordinating their efforts now shouting heave Ho. As a synchronized pushing their weight forward crushingly further against the metal door frame. The man in front of me grabbed my baton that I still held in my hands. And my current state I was unable to retain my weapon. He bashed me in the head and faced with rupturing my lip and adding additional injury to my skull. That was D.C. Metropolitan Police department officer Daniel Hodges. And this is Mike phenom who is also an officer with the D.C. Metropolitan Police. He suffered a heart.

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"warren williams" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"warren williams" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"For other related charges. In South Carolina a judge sentenced Nathaniel Rowland to life in prison for murdering and kidnapping university of South Carolina student Samantha josephson in March 2019 21 year old josephson got into the killer's car after mistaking it for an Uber and was later found dead in the Woods. Democratic Party donor and political activist Ed buck has been found guilty on 9 felonies including running a drug house and injecting two gay black men with methamphetamine who then died of an overdose 26 year old general Moore died in 2017 and 55 year old Timothy dean died in 2019. Buck was arrested two years ago after a third man overdosed on methamphetamine that is apartment. That man survived. Black LGBTQ+ activists and the family members of the men who died had for months been calling on prosecutors to file criminal charges against Bach accusing him of being a sexual predator. Bug faces a mandatory minimum sentence of 20 years in prison with a maximum life sentence. A new investigation by The Associated Press revealed a number of Ku Klux Klan members are working inside the Florida Department of Corrections. The revelation came as part of an investigation into a failed KKK plot in 2015 to murder a black man. The murder was planned as revenge for a fight in which black person or Warren Williams bid a white guard Thomas driver. The FBI was able to stop the plot. Instead staging the murder after an informant infiltrated the terror group tens of thousands of Americans are believed to belong to extremist white supremacist groups including the Klan. The FBI said such groups represent the greatest domestic terror threat here in the United States. A ProPublica study found that immigration prosecutors are continuing to deport people who are not considered a threat to public safety despite a Biden administration policy instructing them to postpone or drop such cases. But the policy is carried out at the prosecutor's discretion making it difficult to challenge. This comes as immigrant justice advocates are denouncing the Biden administration for the growing number of jail immigrants and asylum seekers. As of mid July over 27,000 people are being held in ice jails as advocates warn detentions have nearly doubled under Biden. The closely watched democratic congressional primary in Ohio to fill the seat of Marcia fudge is less than a week away. The race pits Nina Turner who served as Bernie Sanders campaign co chair. Again Chantal Brown the chairwoman of the cuyahoga county Democratic Party. On Tuesday the women's march through its support behind Nina Turner in its first ever electoral endorsement. It came one day after warrensville heights council member Walter Stewart announced he was switching his support from Brown to Turner. Nita Turner is the one that's going to take us and who has the vision the know how the experience and she has this opportunity at heart to carry us forward. Over the weekend Congress member Alexandra casio Cortez campaigned in Ohio for Nina Turner who also just picked up the endorsement of Congress member Jamie Raskin. Chantel Brown has received the backing of Hillary Clinton and the congressional black caucus political action committee. And in a special election in Texas yesterday voters rejected a Trump endorse candidate and elected another Republican state representative Jake lz to the U.S. House. LZ ran an anti immigration campaign and called himself a Reagan Republican. He ran against Susan Wright the widow of the former congressman Ron Wright who died this year from COVID-19 leaving open his seat in Texas sex congressional district. And those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the war and peace report. I'm Amy Goodman in New York joined by democracy now co host one Gonzalez in New Brunswick New Jersey haiwan. Hi Amy and welcome to all of our listeners and viewers across the country and around the world. Well the House of Representatives select committee investigating the January 6th insurrection at the capitol. Hold its first hearing Tuesday. And her testimony from four police officers who were attacked by Trump supporters while defending the capitol. The committee's made up of 7 Democrats and two Republicans Liz Cheney and Adam kinzinger. Both of whom voted to impeach Trump for his role in instigating the assault on the capitol. Last week House minority leader Kevin McCarthy pulled all his recommended committee members 5 of them after House speaker Nancy Pelosi veto two of his picks. U.S. capitol police sergeant aquilino gonal spoke first during the insurrection. He was beaten with a flagpole and attacked with chemical spray. Canal is a Dominican immigrant who served in the U.S. Army in Iraq. While we were subjected was like something from a medieval battle we forehand to him inch by inch to prevent an invasion of the care provided by intent on subverting our democratic process. My fellow officers and I were committed to not letting any writers breach the capital. It was a prolonged and desperate struggle. The writers attempted to breach the capital were shouting Trump send us. Pick the right side. We want Trump. I believe her officers screaming in agony and pain just an arm left from me. I didn't know at that time that was officer Hodges. And he's here today to testify. I too was being crushed by the writers. I could feel my myself losing oxygen and recall thinking to myself this is how I'm going to die defending this entrance. U.S. capitol police sergeant aquilino gunnel testifying Tuesday before the House select committee investigating the January 6th insurrection at the capitol. During his testimony Gino referenced D.C. Metropolitan Police department officer Daniel Hodges who also testified at the hearing describing how Trump supporters almost crushed him to death. On my left was a man with a clear ride shield stolen during the assault. He slammed it against me and with all the weight of the body is pushing behind him trapped me. My arms were pinned and effectively useless trapped against either the shield on my left or the door frame on my right. With my posture granting me no functional strength or freedom of movement. I was effectively defenseless. And gradually sustaining injury from the increasing pressure of the mob. Directly in front of me a man seized the opportunity of my vulnerability. Grabbed the front of my gas mask and used it to beat my head against the door. He switched to pulling it off my head the strap stretching against my skull and straining my neck. He never entered uttered any words I recognized but opted instead for guttural screams. I remember filming at the mouth. He also put his cell phone as mouths so they had both fans free to assault me. Eventually he succeeded in stripping away my gas mask and a new rush of exposure to CS and OC spray hit me. The mob of terrorists were coordinating their efforts now shouting heave Ho. As a synchronized pushing their weight forward crushing me further against the metal door frame. The man in front of me grabbed my baton that I still held in my hands. And my current state I was unable to retain my weapon. He bashed me in the head and faced with a rupturing my lip and adding additional injury to my skull. That was D.C. Metropolitan Police department officer Daniel Hodges. And this is Mike phenom who is also an officer with the D.C. Metropolitan Police. He suffered a heart.

Nina Turner Biden administration Nathaniel Rowland Samantha josephson Ed buck Timothy dean Warren Williams Marcia fudge Chantal Brown cuyahoga county Democratic Par U.S. capitol police FBI warrensville heights council Walter Stewart Nita Turner Trump Alexandra casio Cortez Florida Department of Correcti Jamie Raskin josephson
"warren williams" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"warren williams" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"I'm joined now by the poet laureate of the year. You would show Tarzan and Joe. Good morning, Joe. Morning. You and I want to remind you that poetry is the hard nucleus around which all other literature forms and But that's not what this point we'll need to know their Joe Biden to get that one. But I do. That's not what this boat poem is about, however. As I'm sitting on my zoom, call wearing jammies and still shower, Liss. It occurs to me in life that I have never felt so powerless. There are ideas I can't read about in places. I can't go people that my Facebook doesn't think I ought to know. And as crises in the country and in California mounted, I have deepening suspicions of the way the votes were counted. If I want to reach my senator and say what must be said. I can put it in an email, which you know is never read. Then I suddenly decided as my spirit grew so weary. I'd adopt self application of the broken window theory. Instead of chasing what I can't. It's much the better plan to focus my attention and to fix the things I can I'll repair that broken tile and attach that wobbly knob. Clean my writing desk, so people think I'm not a slob. Writing up my outlook without a pharmaceutical Straightening your sock drawer is really therapeutic. Happily embracing the way the day is taking me. Practicing piano. Without my mother making me I've never felt so energized. I've never felt so smart. Haven't moved the mountain. But I think that it's a start. That's broken window theory. I turned down the Joe Joe. You want me to come over and help you with the tile in those household fix a chance. I've got Carl on the line. You know, that's not a good bet. That's not a good bet You need to do a Carl poem sometime about the dangers of Friendship made on the Internet rush. Yeah, you are. Tell you Tarzana, Joe it Reagan dot com for your poetry needs. Has it calmed down, Joe? Are you part of the post and, um Okay, this is I am. I am. Craziest, busiest poet in the land. I appreciate the U U it listener and it's really quite fun. I've done some really fun. Poems from people are all your poetry needs, whether it's an anniversary of wedding and retirement or just because you want to say I love you that someone or you want to get somebody never done a Roast poem, Joe. Oh, yeah, but not not not with anger, but not with malice. But I mean, like, If I wanted to give a poem about Generalisimo, you could do that. Absolutely. It's a matter of fact, I have a gentleman now a retirement home, which he wants to use as a roast before the people of whom these Is departing from, but he's always your ghosted rock ghosted Rose. That's cool. Well, I think for a ghost roast or whatever you need. Tarzana joint. Reagan dot com and Today's poem will be posted in Tarzana, Joe dot com But if you need to commission him Tarzana, Jordan Reagan dot com Thank you, Joe. Thank you. You and thank you, John for calling 1 805 to our 1234. John and Pittsburgh. Good morning, John. How are you? Pretty good, you good morning. Good morning, Writing time a year, an exciting time of year sports wise, But then I remember Cleveland doesn't have a hockey game. So you really wouldn't The Columbus Blue Jackets were okay, but I don't. I don't really follow hockey. So we're not a hockey even though we are. I'm the commissioner of hockey in Minnesota for light by order of the Governor, Tim Pawlenty is no longer the governor. But go right ahead. Hockey players don't trot or so, Yeah, it's kind of fast moving sport for you. But anyway, speaking of sports the analogy of the press coverage to this this Israeli war. I don't know This thing is fairness was saying the seep into the DNA's the left, and when they get the statistics, the casualties it's almost like they keep inferring how unfair it is because of the members. It's almost like Israel should put Some of its citizens out in the field so they can be blown to smithereens to even up the quote score on the I listened the Warren Williams and that's That's the notion. It's not fair. What What the hell are they talking about? Its award, for God's sakes, the reason of fairness. And I, You know, 260. Residents of Gaza are dead 160. At least we're terrorists. So we're not gonna lose. You know, we've killed a lot more 960 terrorists, and by the way the United States has had Lot more collateral damage, and I hate that term, but it refers to civilians killed during a justified act of war and we don't do that, I think is the idea of has the greatest record of avoiding unnecessary civilian casualties. And and they're against an enemy that used as human shields. Yeah. What are they supposed to do? I just It's bizarre listening that they keep given those numbers and and using them as the case that Israel's unfair it's like it's like a heavyweight boxer fighting a flyweight. No It's a war that was provoked by a terrorist organization and they're being crushed like they should. Wouldn't say, bro, I would say begun. Hamas made a huge miscalculation. They thought that because of the political situation they could lob for into rockets at Israel and need no, I wouldn't do anything and the government was changing wrong. Wrong. Israel puts its politics down when its citizens are attacked, and they crush whoever attacks them and they did it again. She's fires holding on. I'm glad for that. And I'm glad that Hamas took it on the chin. Don't believe their propaganda is ridiculous. Go read. The times of Israel dot com. Shape host Calmer Y Net news Calm English.

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"warren williams" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"warren williams" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Right now. How long to humans have left on earth A species go. Humanity has had a brief, incredibly transformative round here on Earth because some of those same innovations ultimately become the agents of our collective devise. This is the end of the world with Josh Clark. It was a cold, windy day in January 1979 when the robots took their first human life. It happened in flat Rock, Michigan, about 20 miles down the interstate from Detroit at the Ford plant there. Robert Williams was 25. He was a Ford worker in one of the people who oversaw the robotic arm that was designed to retrieve parts from bins in the storage room and place a minute cards that carried them out to the humans on the assembly line. The robot was malfunctioning. That day and aware of the slowdown it was creating on the line, Robert Williams went to grab the parts himself. Well, Williams was reaching into have been the one ton robotic arm swung into that scene. The robot didn't have any alarms. Warren Williams, it was nearby. It didn't have any sensors to tell if a human was in its path. It only had the intelligence to execute its commands to retrieve in place Auto parts robot's truck williamshead with such force. Killed him instantly. It was 30 minutes before anyone came to look for Robert Williams. During that time, the robot continued to slowly do its work. Well, Williams Lee dead on the parts room four. The death of Robert Williams happened during a weird time for a public at large, still felt unsure about the machines that they were increasingly living and working among Hollywood could still rely on the trope of our machines running amok, ruining the future for humanity. Both war games.

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"warren williams" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"warren williams" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Channel all free by downloading the I heart radio right now. How long to humans have left on earth A species go. Humanity has had a brief, incredibly transformative run here on Earth because some of those same innovations ultimately become the agents of our collective devised. This is the end of the world with Josh Clark. It was a cold, windy day in January 1979 when the robots took their first human life. It happened in flat Rock, Michigan, about 20 miles down the interstate from Detroit at the Ford plant there. Robert Williams was 25. It was a Ford worker in one of the people who oversaw the robotic arm that was designed to retrieve parts from bins in the storage room and place a minute carts that carried them out to the humans on the assembly line. The robot was malfunctioning. That day and aware of the slowdown it was creating on the line, Robert Williams went to grab the parts himself. Well, Williams was reaching into have been the one ton robotic arm swung into that scene. The robot didn't have any alarms to Warren Williams. It was nearby. It didn't have any sensors to tell if a human was in its path. We only have the intelligence to execute its commands to retrieve in place Auto parts robot's truck williamshead with such force, it killed him instantly. It was 30 minutes before anyone came to look for Robert Williams. During that time, the robot continued to slowly do its work. Well, Williams lay dead on the parts room floor. The death of Robert Williams happened during a weird time for a public at large, still felt unsure about the machines that they were increasingly living and working among Hollywood could still rely on the troop of our machines running amok, ruining the future for humanity. Both war games in the Terminator would be released in the next five years. But within the field that was trying to actually produce those machines that may or may not run amok. In the future. There was a growing crisis of confidence. For decades, Researchers have been making grand but fruitless public pronouncements about advancements in the field. As early as 1956 when a group of artificial intelligence pioneers medic Dartmouth researchers wrote that they expected to have all the major kinks worked out of a I by the end of the semester. The predictions kept up from there. So you can understand how the public came to believe that robots that were smarter than humans were just around the corner, but I never managed to produce the results expected from it. And by the late 19 eighties, the field retreated into itself. Funding dried up. Candidates looked for careers. Another fields research was pushed to the fringe. It was an a I winter. Public moved on, too. A Terminator was replaced by Johnny Fine in the film maximum overdrive. Our machines turn against us, but it's the result of a magical comment not from the work of scientists. We lost our fear of our machines recently, quietly the field of a I has begun to move past the old barriers that once held it back. Connor. The grand pronouncements, today's researchers tempered by the memory of their predecessors. Public failures are more likely to downplay progress in the field. And from this new A. I We have a clearer picture of the existential risks it poses than we ever had before They II we may face in the future will be subtler in vastly more difficult to overcome. In the sideboard with a shotgun. In hindsight, it was the path toward machine learning that the early I researchers chose that led them to a dead end..

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"warren williams" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"warren williams" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Right now, how long to humans have left on earth A species go. Humanity has had a brief, incredibly transformative round here on earth. But some of those same innovations ultimately become the agents of our collective devise. This is the end of the world with Josh Clark. It was a cold, windy day in January 1979 when the robots took their first human life. It happened in flat Rock, Michigan, about 20 miles down the interstate from Detroit at the Ford plant there. Robert Williams was 25. It was a Ford worker on one of the people who oversaw the robotic arm that was designed to retrieve parts from bins in the storage room and place him in the carts that carried them out to the humans on the assembly line. The robot was malfunctioning. That day and aware of the slowdown it was creating on the line, Robert Williams went to grab the parts himself. Well, Williams was reaching into have been the one ton robotic arm swung into that same bitch. The robot didn't have any alarms. Warren Williams, it was nearby. It didn't have any sensors to tell if a human was in its path. It only had the intelligence to execute its commands to retrieve in place Auto parts robot's truck williamshead with such force it killed him instantly. It was 30 minutes before anyone came to look for Robert Williams. During that time, the robot continued to slowly do its work. Well, Williams lay dead on the parts room four. The death of Robert Williams happened during a weird time for a public at large, still.

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"warren williams" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"warren williams" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"For podcasts. How long to humans have left on earth A species go. Humanity has had a brief, incredibly transformative run here on Earth because some of those same innovations ultimately become the agents of our collective devised. This is the end of the world with Josh Clark. It was a cold, windy day in January 1979 when the robots took their first human life. It happened in flat Rock, Michigan, about 20 miles down the interstate from Detroit at the Ford plant there. Robert Williams was 25. He was a Ford worker in one of the people who oversaw the robotic arm that was designed to retrieve parts from bins in the storage room and place a minute carts that carried them out to the humans on the assembly line. The robot was malfunctioning. That day and aware of the slowdown it was creating on the line, Robert Williams went to grab the parts himself. Well, Williams was reaching into have been the one ton robotic arm swung into that same bitch. The robot didn't have any alarms. Warren Williams, it was nearby. It didn't have any sensors to tell if a human was in its path. It only had the intelligence to execute its commands to retrieve in place Robot's truck williamshead with such force. Killed him instantly. It was 30 minutes before anyone came to look for Robert Williams. During that time, the robot continued to slowly do its work. Well, Williams Lee dead on the parts room floor. The death of Robert Williams happened during a weird time for a the public at large, still.

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"warren williams" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"warren williams" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Right now. How long to humans have left on earth A species go. Humanity has had a brief, incredibly transformative run here on Earth because some of those same innovations ultimately become the agents of our collective devised. This is the end of the world with Josh Clark. It was a cold, windy day in January 1979 when the robots took their first human life. It happened in flat Rock, Michigan, about 20 miles down the interstate from Detroit at the Ford plant there. Robert Williams was 25. It was a Ford worker in one of the people who oversaw the robotic arm that was designed to retrieve parts from bins in the storage room and place a minute carts that carried them out to the humans on the assembly line. The robot was malfunctioning. That day and aware of the slowdown it was creating on the line, Robert Williams went to grab the parts himself. Well, Williams was reaching into have been the one ton robotic arm swung into that scene. The robot didn't have any alarms. Warren Williams, it was nearby. It didn't have any sensors to tell if a human was in its path. It only had the intelligence to execute its commands to retrieve in place auto parts. The robot's truck williamshead with such force. Killed him instantly. It was 30 minutes before anyone came to look for Robert Williams. During that time, the robot continued to slowly do its work. Well, Williams lay dead on the parts room floor. The death of Robert Williams happened during a weird time for a.

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"warren williams" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"warren williams" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Fibber McGee and Molly from April twentieth nineteen forty three address for Miley starring Jim and Marion Jordan also in that cast you heard that king's man Billy mills and his orchestra bill Thompson also Arthur Q. Bryant with Isabel Randolph with Harlow Wilcox announcing and I promise you folks I promise promise promise if I ever have any more babies in or if I buy a dog I'm naming him or her Charlotte well it's not too late for you to have children it's not never too late for you know I'd like to see about that Jim could you just imagine if I called you one day and said Hey Lisa I'm having a unfortunately I'm having a baby and I'm gonna name him or her Harlem highland board I wish I thought of it you love you love yeah leases like I could just see how I would have a VMware now otherwise you would have you have a baby right now really yeah I was like maybe not like in this room but generally you would have won okay sakit Dan okay let's see if I can talk diver Dan I'll give you another hi all my gosh all right well that would be strange and so we have a show called strange wills nags this was a drama from nineteen forty six only twenty six half hours were ever produced and it starred film and stage personality Warren William he played probate attorney Warren Francis o'connell and he provided the first person accounting of the legal entanglements of last wills and testaments very interesting show these were strange stories from strange wills under strange circumstances now the cast's included Howard Culver Carlton young marine title William Conrad Peggy Webber and many other great L. A. actors Marvin Miller was the narrator and it was syndicated to stations around the globe by hello A. is radio productions we have a broadcast for you now from March seventh nineteen forty seven it's called margin for love here is a Warren William in strange wells strange well starring the distinguished Hollywood actor Warren William and featuring Lorraine title with Howard Culver and an all star Hollywood cats original music by delicate studio that means wheels are off you cannot attempt to understand the we can tell the story this.

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"warren williams" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"warren williams" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Warren Williams stars as probate attorney Warren Francis o'connell on the mystery drama series strange wheels from nineteen forty seven by my side is my co host Lisa wall what's up we well we're gonna listen to the conclusion if ever McGee and Molly then it's strange wells I don't think we've ever aired now I'm looking forward to hear yeah and I'll tell you all about it a little bit but last time we began listening to Fibber McGee and Molly the big fish fry let's go back to a broadcast date September fifth nineteen thirty nine here's the conclusion what are we talking about Mongolian by Billy mills Hey you think we got enough fish to invite the bamboo yes enough fish but not not for only in they're good very my dear good good how do you do with the murder did you hi I understand you just got back from a vacation trip with hundreds of snapshot solo certainly this flash bulb reported by the west this is George their annual amateur photographers conquers most bars one thousand dollar whole horse if you win I think the current be arraigned products but the slight financial token of your appreciation now we wouldn't want to win unless it was hold your arms very cool this is an old fashioned girl aren't you how do I get in this contest bomber over several my boy very simple have an entry blank right here well we're prepared and people are hi everyone every black yeah no that's upon ticker loans to for tomorrow for Joe always behind the three ball here's a bicycle clip handy item keeps you from getting your clothes is called on a windows charm bracelet she jiggled when she had my head together jingle again together go on boomer the entry blank yeah learn how right here somewhere you know your letter for My Baby sister unfortunate girl you fell off the bar stool a broker parole.

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"warren williams" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"warren williams" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Is sponsored by unbound dot org a grueling can your dreams of becoming a doctor an elder in Guatemala dreams of being part of a community reach out and change their world and it will change your own unbound dot org slight chance of showers tonight in San Diego low forty six it's cloudy in fifty eight now I'm ready fuller AM seven sixty KFMB talk and breaking news the show reflecting on classic radio Hollywood three sixty with your host Carl among this call what to do every night he listens to the radio I can keep them away Lone Ranger this is the to induce their use for all screens you see the most annoying sound world listen to the radio hello everyone I'm Carla Mari and this is Hollywood three sixty they show that presents the best in classic radio this hour on Hollywood three sixty two a favor McGee and Molly starring jam and Merion Jordan from nineteen thirty nine and Warren Williams stars as probate attorney Warren Francis o'connell on the mystery drama series stranger wheels from nineteen forty seven my site is my co host Lisa waffle so please well worth a listen to the conclusion if ever McGee and Molly then it's strange well I don't think we've ever aired now I'm looking forward to hear yeah and I'll tell you all about it a.

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"warren williams" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"warren williams" Discussed on KGO 810

"Only to bear with two files so that's good nobody imperil grant to files at a super last five six minutes of the first half in Paris Austin which files as well these rich Kelly south Bradley Austin Mehmet Brandon five on the floor presses state will be gone left to right in this happens to be in front of us I get the horns signal both coaches pacing the sidelines here we go back to work cal's gonna start second after thirty two twenty nine leave Fresno state will start with the ball Robinson Williams curled can't shoot threes good time logging well they struggled in a first half I mean they were two for five any get many right three point looks and they start off the second half by knocking one man and then the call that play and they get the hands Williams get back to who they are and that is a three point team that you like to say volume shooting antes which side cut off base line back Bradley Matt back in front by two thirty four thirty two I like a getting him the basketball there cannot isolation at the left elbow Williams again the girl can't shoot this one hurried rebound in the corner by Grimes Haidar he's gonna Jack one up and that one is going to end up in left Warren Williams going to catch fire back up and connect on it very often severe rebounds long shots long Mrs long rebounds and that is definitely benefited Fresno state thirty five thirty four bulldog mark potter is hot right now it's called time out he is going to tell the bears it you cannot let new Williams come off a curl let people shoot three point shot it in no uncertain terms time out on the floor eighteen forty two to go.

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"warren williams" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"warren williams" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Dot com. Thank you so much for calling you did a great job. Okay. Morning. You know, I can't call you sleepy wolf anymore. Because you're your wake now. Yeah. Is aren't closed anymore? Our listeners because I listen they're sent in a lot of texts. Tonight's guys just remember Carl's got a vivid imagination. I believe that he says he was very sleepy. She's wide awake. I'm good to go. All right. All right. Lisa is back. Right. All right. You ready for Filo Vance detective like a good detective say a character created by the writer, s s van dine. That's a cool name s s. What's your name? Well, my name is s s van dine. Stanford you know in the stands for cease something. See burying vessel. I don't know. What does that for? Roger would know SS. What does that stand for? I'll let you ship sailing shift now. What does S me know, Essa sailing ship? Well, if you say so what is it? You know. No. Great question h. Pinafore our listeners know British ships but yeah, this was a character created by s s van dine. I like that's a cool name and five cool net so much cool. Anyway. Thanks filo. Vance was a very popular character in books movies on radio, and he was stylish highly intelligent. He was cultured. And he was a private detective. And he was kind of like the Americanized Sherlock Holmes, Sherlock Holmes was really smart and cool and stylized and hip. Well, he was the American version in the movies William Powell Warren, William, and basil Rathbone all played Filo Vance on the screen now on radio. He was played by Jose Ferrer. And then a later version syndicated version star Jackson Beck, and that's what we have for you. Now we have a Jackson back episode from July. Twentieth. Nineteen forty eight called the Mary murder case part one, now of Filo Vance detective..

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