18 Burst results for "William Mary"
The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"william mary" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"I know. That is, okay. So usually three to 6, like that's a wind up or that's typical for that. So hopefully she can make it back before the thick of the ACC portion of the season. Begins, but man, I love that game too. I'm going to have to circle that. 80 million times? It's like blacked out. I just have to know that later. No, but that game's going to be sick. And I've been on this Virginia tech team for a while. I'm hoping they can make a statement, especially at home. Because they have a lot of them. And I do want to mention one other team. And let me see where they are. Are they not ranked anymore? Virginia, Virginia should be ranked. The Virginia. Hey, how about an 11 O start? They have surpassed their total wins from the last three seasons combined. From when COVID hit the match. 9 games, something like that. Yeah, wow. A Google. That's my girl coaching down there now. And she's turned him around. And it's very impressive, and it's not like a murderous row of a schedule, but they play a real team. They just beat my William Mary tribe and are coach Dickerson down there who's doing very nice job building up the program. Not quite as fast as a maca has, but they have it. They have a win over wake forest, which is not a one they could get last year. They beat Penn State on the road. This team just looks like they're competent. They're ready to go. Adding San brunel from Notre-Dame has just given them such a boost and just made everything make a little bit more sense. And so they're going to be, I think, just another tough team in this conference. And you already looked at the conference last year, and it was so tough. And now we're adding in another team that is not an easy out. And I don't know how it's going to turn out for a lot of these teams because, hey, we can talk about my Miami hurricanes. We've been dropping some games. I don't think we should be dropping. But the conference schedule, it's going to be tough. Close games, though, close games. We shouldn't be that close to I think we lost a Columbia, or was that the dudes? No, now the women lost to Columbia. Yeah, I was a woman, yeah. It's been a rush dress for Miami. Let's get back to Virginia. I just think they're going to be awesome. This is a great year for them. And this should be really, really excited, but again, this conference is just tough, tough, tough. Loaded. Loading. Especially at the top. It's nice too, because it's number 5 Notre-Dame, number 6 Virginia tech. Number 7 North Carolina number 8 NC state. Dang. So there are going to be in the thick of it in January, baby. And Sunday is that first big ACC matchup. Yeah. A couple other games too, just to create and place two big games, and you know I have a very soft spot for creighton. Because I covered them in last year's tournament. I got to know them a little bit and they're really awesome fun teams. Great system. Speaking of another team that I love, they host Arkansas on Saturday. Okay. So I have a short amount of time to figure out who I'm reading for in that game. I don't know. Hank, because I know you love Arkansas too. I got to get in there and just see what's happening. I'll feel it. I'll fill it out because it's in Omaha. So we'll see how it creates crowd is, but I don't know. But then they think creighton goes to Stanford. And they have opportunity to show the world who they are and I think a lot of people are going to be surprised at how this team runs their offense, how good they are, how organized they are and how tough they are to beat and who knows. Maybe they pull an upset in Palo Alto. But yeah, it's going to be a really interesting Christmas break. It's a quote. It would be really interesting to see what happens with all of these teams as we head into the conference schedule. But I think we're heading towards another just knockout drag out conference schedule because we didn't even talk about the SEC. And we haven't talked about angel Reese or LSU yet. So she had this year like, I think she's only had double doubles. I'm pretty sure she's only had double doubles this year. And it's such a 32 and 15 with some box in their last game. That's Instagram, which she was like a stat of the game again. I was like, again, she's got 30 something again against somebody. I'm like, man. Killing it. What do they play? She had 32 and 15. She had 32 and 13 against Lamar. See, that's a thing. And no shades to our friends at George Mason, but they haven't really played anybody yet. So that's why I haven't gotten super excited about LSU. Just 'cause they need to play someone for real. They haven't played a power 5 team yet. That changes on Sunday. They have a neutral site game against Oregon state. So maybe next time we talk, we're talking LSU. Okay. Maybe next time we talk, we talk LSU. But for now, I kind of want to ask since almost Christmas. Do you have a basketball Christmas wish? Christy? Oh my gosh. A basketball Christmas wish list. It can't just be one thing. It can be, it can be as many
The Dan Patrick Show
"william mary" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"That. Oh, no, no, no, no, no, no. I was going based off fritzi. Oh, did you see what I was wearing? Come on now. You closed the deal wow. Good for you. I mean, you were killing it though. Come on, that R&B look. You did. You had a boys to men. That was real. Yeah, I like that. If we ever like a winner barbecue, that's what I would have wore. Oh. Okay. Where to a Christmas party? My wife couldn't resist that. Fritzi. Yeah, justice dessert was coming. My wife did one of these faux yawns. Let me know that she's kind of tired and looking forward to getting home and going to bed at like 9 30. DJI Fridays will do that to a person. What happened? Olive Garden. In limited bread. A lot of carbs were had. Pauly, best worst of the weekend. I'm gonna go all FCS day in the FCS playoffs. Holy cross looks great. William Mary is South Dakota state looks great. Montana state looks great. Two of the better North Dakota state, of course, is back. They beat Montana. Sacramento state Richmond was a great game. You had incarnate word you've always loved them over firm in 41 38, and then over time Sanford, the big Sam, beat southeast Louisiana, southeastern Louisiana, 48, 42. Sanford, what are they the bulldogs? Yeah. Great games. Anything else? That's it. No bad. Harold in Vegas. Hi Harold, best and worst of the weekend. Best and worse. 6 foot two 20, the Raiders finally win. by ACC championship game, Carolina tar heels. But I do have a pulse suggestion who turns it around first. Let it ride or Louis Vuitton. So the Bronco, who has more winds, Colorado buffaloes, or the Denver Broncos. It's actually a fantastic question. Yeah. It'd be great if Dion would have been a Colorado this year and then we could have had that question let's ride. Yeah, pulling. By the way, your raiders have won three in a row and then they're at the rams versus New England and then face Pittsburgh. They might be favorite in all three games. If somehow they could win three more in a row. They're right back in it. Same with the packers. They need a little help, but the Raiders are kind of back in it. Devonta Adams putting up big numbers. Remember he wasn't happy a few weeks ago. He wasn't getting targets, and then we looked at the numbers. He was actually getting the same targets he had with Aaron Rodgers, but,
"william mary" Discussed on The Lead
"Pompey, can you describe what happened when you were hanging out with Brian da ball in his office recently? So Brian Dave all goes to his desk. He opens one of his drawers. He pulls out a deck of cards. Brings brings a deck of cards to his table and puts the deck cards down and asked me to cut the deck. I cut the deck. He takes the two top cards from the deck and puts them in front of the two piles. And he asked me to cut the two piles that are there. I do it again. So now we've got four piles and we've got four cards in front of them. Now we asked me to flip each of the four cards. I slipped them. Every one of them is an ace. And what is your reaction to? You know, jaw open, he's pretty good. He's got, he's got some magic going without a doubt. And I think that magic has been evident not only on that on that table with the deck of cards, but also with the job that he's done with the New York Giants in this season, his first season as a head coach. Many fans of the New York Giants would agree that Brian dabel has pulled quite a few rabbits out of his hat so far this season. He's taken a team that finished four and 13 last season, and without many significant roster changes, has started out this season 7 and three. The athletics Dan Pompeii recently wrote an in depth profile of dabel, and today Dan breaks the magician's code and reveals to us the secret to Brian dalles of magic, and he explains why the giant success might really be more than just an illusion. From wondering, I'm under skelton. It's Wednesday, November 23rd, and this is the lead. So Dan, in this really great profile of Brian dabel that you recently wrote for the athletic, you really dove into what makes him tick and why things have been going so well for him and the Giants this year. I wanted to start at the very beginning. Tell us what you learned about Brian dabel and how he grew up. So David was born to a 19 year old mother and never knew his father. So he was raised by his mother's mother and father. His grandmother and grandfather, and they became basically life his parents. I mean, I was with him since I was two months old. Right. So I didn't know anything different. I had them. Their names are Chris and Ruth Kirsten, but they started calling him pops and they started calling roof. Pew, because with his kids were small, she used to smell their feet in, say, pube. Joking that their feet were smelling badly. It was a blue collar area where he grew up, his grandfather was a groundskeeper for a high school. He was very consistent. My grandfather, what you saw was what you're going to get. He was an extremely hard worker. He was dedicated to his groundskeeper. That's why I hang out with my guys in the back all the time. His grandmother stayed at home with him, and they left a tremendous imprint on him and really the driving forces in who he is today. He's a real guy. And I think a lot of it goes back to his growing up in that neighborhood with his grandmother and grandfather. I understand that both pops and pew passed away last year. But Dan, it sounds like they're very much still present in Brian Dale's life. Without a doubt, you know, I think he still thinks about them all the time. You know, he would call them after every game, and he still kind of hears their voices after games. You know, they're with me. They're with me every day. They were obviously living in long life. So I'm grateful that I got to be around them for that long. You know, there's not a day that goes by that, you know, the names are right there. I don't think about him. He's got a necklace that he wears that has got both of their thumb prints and it's also got his grandmother's ashes in one of them. And yeah, he dedicated the first win he had his head coach to the two of them. It was a very emotional poignant moment for him and really for the whole Chinese team. I think it was something that really helped them see the real person there and helped kind of unify their team right at the beginning of the season. And going back to his magic tricks for just a minute, Daniel also wrote about how magic was actually a very important part of Brian de bell's life growing up and that it's still a part of his life today as a coach. So can you explain? Absolutely. You know, I think he grew up doing card tricks. He said that, you know, in the neighborhood that he grew up in in suburban buffalo, some of the older kids would kind of pick on the younger kids. And when he was a young kid, he learned how to cope with those older kids by performing card tricks. And when he did that, he found that it disarmed them and it kind of made them his friend and made them in awe and now it's a way for him to connect with his football players. He introduced himself to many of his players with the Giants by performing card tricks, even did it with saquon Barkley. He said, do you like magic? And safe wine said, yeah, he said, well, I could show you magic trick, he showed Barkley a truck and it was one of those tricks that wasn't going well. It seemed like for a while. And Barkley thought that they will, you know, was sure enough on that. He didn't have the magic. And eventually, Dave will offer to bet him that he could produce the car that Barkley had put in the middle of the deck and Barkley said, okay, David ended up pulling the correct card and then it ended up being something they both laughed about. They will never collected the $20, but I think he did collect something that was maybe more important, which was Barclays respect. All right, Dan, well, beyond the magic tricks and beyond Brian Abel's incredible loyalty to his own family. It seems like to understand this guy and what makes him tick. You really have to understand the coaching journey that he's been on, which, by the way, has had a lot of ups and downs. So Dan, tell us about how Brian Abel got into coaching in the first place and how he got his first break. Well, you got into coaching by asking me a coach that he never knew showing up in an office at William Mary and saying, do you need a coach, I'll coach for nothing. And he hired him
The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"william mary" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"And run and I don't know. It's just going to be a fun style of basketball with bigger players. For South Carolina, across the board. Across the board. Well, you know, they're going with what's happening in basketball, which is getting longer. Everyone's getting longer, right? The point guards are bigger. I think ziya cook is probably the smallest player that's going to play major minutes on this team. And as chiquita points out, what's up chiquita? Chiquita. Raven Raven Johnson had a nice game. 17 minutes to 9 points, four of ten from the field. Most importantly, four turn four assists zero turnovers. Also force steals. So really great start for her. You know, this is kind of her first major experience. And if she can get ready early in the season, they're going to have some tests. Yeah. Then they're going to probably be good for the file for. That's great. As we have seen in the past. So that's South Carolina shouts. We got our South Carolina fix here. I'm going to throw two at you and rapid fire. You let me know which one you want to talk about. Ashley Jones, 28 points versus Cleveland state, nice game for her. Olivia miles, 17 points, ten rebounds, 6 assists against northern Illinois, I know it's not a big game, but that's a really nice nightline. Thanks so much she's going to do all season long. So Ashley Jones, I love you miles. Did you catch any of those? In the same way that I caught all the other ones. But yes. It's so much basketball to start. It's time. It's ten, but I love it. But Olivia miles, let's just start there because I mean, her ability to shine at a young age and to play with the awareness of a senior, right? Her ability to see and survey the floor is masterful. Like she is just spectacular with the decisions that she is the Lake. In a snap of a finger, like she's making these quick quick reads, whether it be for her or for our teammates, like, she just gets it. She understands the game so well. And it's really impressive to see. She had 6 deals in this game. I did not see that. 6 steals? Now your mind? Yeah, that's what I'm saying. She's like always on. I mean, there's never a time where she's like, oh, let me take this playoff. I'm tired. I just want to just go ahead and let my teammate get it. No, she's like, let's do this. And you have to appreciate that. What did you say? She's just special basketball over there. She's so good. And so cool, I feel like, you know, the rec specs are gonna make a slight comeback. 'cause she wears her little goggles. So I think there may be may catch on a little bit more as we've seen some other players do. So Olivia miles, tremendous performance. As you Jones, we'll talk about you throughout the whole season, don't worry about it. Yeah, she's phenomenal too. I got one more player to talk about. One thing you're very familiar with. Georgetown open versus Salem, 5.6 rebounds, three blocks, and a steal. Heck of a defensive performance, obviously you were there. What were your impressions of Georgetown and your daughter? Yeah, you know what? I thought that it was, it was a strong game. I think they have more solid depth on the perimeter this year. Albeit with a freshman point guard, but I think they have good chemistry. They had good rotations. Brie is like, she's recovering from a little bout of tendonitis in her foot. So she's just so she's only been cleared for like a week, you know, prior to that game against Salem. So, you know, she's just making her way back, but I thought that she looked great. I thought that, you know, a rhythm is getting there. I know she wanted to knock down, you know, a couple more opportunities that he had. They were good looks though. So you can't be mad at it. And, you know, they had a scrimmage against duke and she knocked down a couple threes, got an M1, made all of her shots in that game. And did really well. So she's coming along. But really plays with her board work and her blocks and the one block led to a run out, which was, you know, I had to stand up with my fat head of three. And my mom was standing up and she always points to the sky. It's really fun. But yeah, it was, it was just fun to be back in the gym, right? Yeah. But she's doing well. They play temple tomorrow in Philly. That's the next game. And so, you know, it's a progression. So she's doing well though. All right. Go breathe. Court size favorite player by far. I do want to go around to my teams, William Mary, Aaron Dickerson Davis, got her first win, 15 points over navy, there we go. Get the first W on the board for the tribe. Let's see what Marilyn blew out someone. Actually, let's say Marilyn for just one second. Okay. Okay, go ahead. We'll get some oil. I do want to mention Miami. Somehow Miami. Absolutely, Miami has been targeted by the NCAA in the past for many different things,
Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
"william mary" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
"We now begin conference three. Let's just pray a Hail Mary together and ask her ladies love unassisted we begin Hail Mary full of grace, the lord is with the blessed art thou among women and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus, William Mary, mother of God, pray for us sinners. Now, and at the hour of our death, amen, the saints of the Martin family pray for us, so we'll pick right up with where we were yesterday. And we're looking obviously at the letters of zeis. So we're in the year 1869 here leading up toward that Franco Prussian war. And in this year in April, Celine is born Celine, who is the 7th of the children. And she will become the great confidante of Therese and be very important in Teresa's story. She will also take care of their father in his final illness. Now, we went through the letters, leading up to and after the death of the second of the boys, Joseph Jean Baptiste. I'm not going to go through all the letters of each of the deaths of the children, but you can extrapolate from what we saw, what the death of that second boy meant for. And understand what this meant. I'm just giving one sentence from a letter where she writes to her brother isidore and his wife Celine. After the death of helene resigning myself to the will of God, though it's very hard to lose such a pretty girl. And this is the third of the deaths in the family. And then 6 months later, her 8th child is born. And this is Marie Melanie teres. So she is born on August 16th. We're in the year 1870 now, and she dies 7 weeks later on October 8th. And this is the final of the deaths of these children. And this one was a very difficult one for I'd say, because again, she couldn't nurse the child herself. And so they had to find a wet nurse for her. And it was always a struggle. Rose, they knew was a trustworthy, but she was 6 miles away. And in this case, they found one right in alencon, so they could visit the child frequently. But this sweat nurse was not trustworthy. There was alcohol involved in this, and essentially the child died from neglect. So Marie writes about this. Marie, as a young girl, together with the maid, they would go frequently to visit the home where Melanie Torres was living with the wet nurse. And she wrote this, I didn't find that she the nurse had an honest look. And when we arrived, she nursed the little one who threw herself on the breast with such quickness that it seemed to me that it was like a little starving baby who was dying of hunger, which essentially is what happened in this case. And then, of course, as soon as he finds out about this, she immediately removes the child, takes her back into the home and Marie continues alas. It was already too late. She Melanie was too weak to recover, and soon she went to join the two little angels who had preceded her in heaven. Mama had so much pain over her death, that whenever we went out for walks with her, she avoided walking on the side of the street through the la Barre, where little Therese had been with the nurse, she could never look at that street again. And actually the reason why Therese was named Therese was because it's Ely had lost her first Therese, and she wanted this child to be the tourist to take her place. And the title that she gives to them is this in translation, remembrance of the brief exile. It's always how they looked at this life. This isn't our homeland. This is our exile. We're only here in passing. And our real homeland is awaits us, remembrance of the brief exile of our beloved little souls and of their birth to heaven. In fact, Torres, at one point, see this in the story of the soul when she is probably about 12, 13 at this point. And she is attacked by a severe case of scruples and it just as burdening her and she feels unable to find freedom from it. And then the thought comes to pray to these four brothers and sisters who are in heaven. And she's freed from it. And she always attributes that to the grace of their intercession. And this is where you also get that longing of all the family members for the day when we'll all be together all 9 of us with our parents and the suffering will be over. All right, this moves us now into the time of the Franco Prussian war. And let's just pick up with the letters then and you have the next letter on page 16. So this is written 7 weeks after the death of Melanie Therese on the 22nd so she's writing to Celine her sister in law. On the 22nd of this month, we had a real alarm in Alonso. We were expecting the Prussians the next day and nearly half the population of the town had left. I'd never seen such desolation, everyone hid their valuables. I wasn't very afraid. And this is real. It's just the courage in this woman. Nothing frightens me anymore. If I'd wanted to flee, I would have gone straight to your house up to the issue, but my husband would have been very upset all alone, and I would have been very anxious. It was best to stay. In leaving belem to go to Al Anson, they passed by mamer, which is about 20 miles away from alencon. And then they turned off and went toward Le Mans. There were 20,000 of them. Now, this is another source of worry for, it's a Lee because her two oldest daughters are there in the boarding school of the visitation sisters. I'm very worried about my two little girls. People were saying there was heavy fighting being waged in Le Mans, and there was fighting there. And there was no way to go to them. Obviously, she wants to go and bring them home. The railroad was requisitioned by the troops, and we couldn't go by road because it was blocked by the enemy. Saturday morning, I received a letter from my sister that's Elise, the visitation sister, telling me not to be alarmed that the children were safer there than at home because the Prussians would never end to the convents. She said many women in the town had come to ask the nuns to take in their young girls. But the Prussians didn't stop in Le Mans. They want to head for Paris. What worried me most was that the authorities had decided that the town should put itself in a state of defense and they called up the National Guard. They sent some into the forest and now the week gets involved in this my husband went there Saturday morning and had to spend the night, but since there was no more danger, they made him relieve his post that night. So he returned around midnight. I'm worried and upset, however, I don't have as much reason to be as do many others, because in all probability, Louis won't leave, and my brother is even sure of saying each for a different reason. I thank God for that, but it's still quite possible that they'll make men between the ages of 40 and 50 go and Louis 47 at this time. I'm almost expecting it. And then here's Louis. My husband is not worried about this at all. So he's 47. He's the father of a large family and for that reason is unlikely to be called. And then isidor runs a pharmacy which is considered an essential service. And so he's unlikely. He's 29 at this point, but he also is unlikely to be called. So although, say Lee is worried about this, she says I'm less worried than many other women would be in this situation about their husbands and so forth. He would not ask, so this is Louis. He would not ask for any preferential treatment and often says that if he were free, he
The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"william mary" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"I think 28% of players that transferred that's wrong. It was D two D two players didn't end up at a at a D one school. But I did look it up, I believe it is 43% of transfers at the D one level don't end up in another D one institution. So that's 43% of players. That rough count just from the stuff that we know obviously we all have access to the entire transfer approval. But, you know, it's like cautionary tales and I hope schools are making sure that players are aware of it. They should be in a bad situation for you, but just know like, I think Jeff wall said it like, hey, the grass is the grass always looks greener because fertilizer BS. It's hilarious if Jeff falls who has benefited so much from the transfer portal that we say that, but I think the point kind of stance wait, repeat it again, repeat it again. The grass, the grass looks greener on the other side because it's fertilized with BS. Even use BS, you said the whole thing. Oh, of course. As you know, if you're just trying to make because I talked kind of over the last part of it, so I wanted to have it clearly stated. So that's interesting. Folks, self censor, which we love here. Speaking of transfers, let's talk about coaching transfers. As I like to call them. Yeah. Carly Tebow dodon is obviously a favorite of this podcast due to all your mystic size. She ends up getting her first head coaching job at Fairfield. And Fairfield just won the MAC correct this year. They did. They did. So she's coming into a good program. Getting a good chance. So I just want to shout out to Carly forgetting her first job. Yeah. I am so excited for her. And Nancy was up there, Nancy T Bo, and Eric and Mike were at the mystics training camp, and I know they're going to be making that trip up there. Wearing their red Fairfield stuff. So it's really fun. It's forgive me, guys. I'm not from the northeast. Where is Fairfield? Is it in Connecticut? I believe so, yeah. Okay, cool. I did not know that. It's in Fairfield, Connecticut. Does that make sense? There you go. I don't think I've ever been to Connecticut for as much as we talk about Connecticut. Maybe I'll go up there. It's like in the beach. Whatever. That's cool, man. I know where it was. When you go up there. Huh? Yeah, right. I'm so wrong, you know, hang out. I do think I'm wrong. I don't think Fairfield will in the MAC. I thought they did. I think that they did. They did. They went 19 one. Okay. So they did. 19 a month. And they were in the tournament. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. Because on the men's side, I would say Peter, you won. Yes. And made that big run, yeah. So, sorry about the confusion there. Shouts to Carly. Also, obviously, if we're not, if I'm not talking about Miami, I'm talking about William and Mary. Aaron Dickerson Davis is the new one's basketball head coach at William and Mary. Yes. Seems like a great hire. You know more about her, so I want to get your take on her, but she's a northwestern grad, played at northwestern, spend time with Taos in Georgetown, most recently I wake forest. All those schools really make sense with William Mary, which is a very academic first school art, every school is academic first. But William Mary is like, the classroom is way more important than the court. And I think she can handle that if you've been at Georgetown and wake forest certainly. And she can help bring in recruits from this area. So I'm excited for it as a William Mary alum. Now I love her. And I think she has a tremendous opportunity there at William and Mary. She was at Georgetown when my daughter was being recruited by Georgetown. So she was on staff there. So we spent a lot of time talking to her and being on campus with her and she was just amazing. So when she went to wake forest, I know Jen Hoover very well. We played against each other in college. And so for her to go down there with Jen, I thought was really special. But now for her to be first year head coach, I'm super excited for her and congrats. That's going to be fun. It's going to be fun for you as an alum to get down there. I'm going to try to go to a lot of schools around here. But yeah, I'm definitely going to definitely go back to William and Mary. So yeah, shout out to her. I think there's a ton of other news that we can always get to. There's a ton of stuff that we leave on the table in these podcasts. I don't think I'm missing anything you got anything else, Christie that you want to yes. One of my really, it's hard to call, you know, players who you recruited and coached, it's hard to call them Friends, but that is a great friend of mine. Sarah Jenkins, who played at Riverdale baptist, a recruited her when I was assistant coach at Maryland for her freshman year and she decided to leave after a freshman season. And I took those two years off in between, had two babies, came back and I came back and coached at Georgetown, and then that's where Sarah had transferred. So I coached her her freshman year and her senior year. But she was assistant coach at Penn State before that she was also at Georgetown and Delaware, but now she is back as the head coach at Delaware. I'll talk about crying when Nas noman's name was being called when that news came out that she was going to do that. I mean, Natasha there, she took the head coaching position at Arizona state. She was at Delaware. They made that run to the tournament and lost in college park. But for her to be able to come back and coach at Delaware, I'm just extremely thrilled for her. I was talking to texting with moka, and she was this excited to all the DMV years or just over the top with the possibilities with Sarah Jenkins being there. Her dad, reverend John Jenkins, said, first baptist church of Glenn Arden, Maryland. Her mom, like I know their whole family, but he has a mega church in PG county, Maryland. They're going to have a lot of support for her because that's not too far up the road. It's kind of Delaware's kind of extended DMV. Yeah. We count it when it's when it's beneficial to us. Absolutely. That would be a matchup that we can go to. Down there, Williamsburg, CA matchup between William Mary and the Delaware. There you go. And then Della Don, maybe there too, because that's her. That's her. I thought it was a little surprised that she wasn't at the Maryland game, but I'm sure she had other things to do. She's working out, man. She looks good. She looks good. Whatever she was doing, it seems to have worked. But yeah. Jenkins. Shouts all the new coaches. It's really, really exciting time for all these new coaches taking over, especially all the ones we're near us. So yeah, that's all I got. That's it. This will be talking next week. Now, season won't be up Saturday next week. So maybe we'll do our season preview. I know. I can't wait for that. Once the rosters are narrowed down, unfortunately, I know it's going to be hard to do, but once that happens, we will bring that all to you, but we don't have to go home. Y'all don't have to go home, but we got to get up out of here. They're cutting the lights out on us. We're still sitting here courtside. We're going to walk off slowly and still talk about all these things. We've discussed today. But we certainly appreciate you guys. Joining us today right here on the her hoop stats podcast network for this episode of courtside with Christian Gabe for my partner. Gave Ibrahim I'm Christy winter Scott. We'll see you next time..
"william mary" Discussed on WTOP
"Seeking to avoid facing a D.C. jury a CBS News congressional correspondent Scott McFarland reports some are seeking to move their cases while others want to put their fate in the hands of a judge instead It's really some of the highest profile defendants including a Virginia man charged with seditious conspiracy formally requesting a change of venue they're arguing D.C. jurors are biased by media coverage And by the trauma of January 6th at least two others have sought bench trials instead where it's the judge not a jury rendering a verdict Defense attorney Dan krone advised his client to do so He just had one person about 500 defendants still face the prospect of trial Scott mcfarlane CBS News Capitol Hill also today a federal judge here in D.C. has sentenced two men in a woman from Missouri to several weeks in jail for their roles in last year's insurrection Emily Hernandez was sentenced to 30 days in jail her uncle William Mary and another man Paul Scott westover each got 45 days in jail The St. Louis post dispatch reports all three were also ordered to pay $500 for damaging the capital The trio entered the capitol through a smashed door a government sentencing memo says Mary goaded Hernandez into picking up a broken piece of Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi's sign It also says Hernandez shot a video of herself stealing two other signs A northwest D.C. church was packed this afternoon as family friends and former colleagues said their final goodbyes to longtime Wu a TV journalist Bruce Johnson He died last weekend at 71 There.
The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"william mary" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"Stanford. I'm still sticking with our bracket 'cause I'm doing it. Okay. I like that, but I just think there's going to be the redo factor for South Carolina. And I know we had, I know we picked Stanford collectively as a team, Gabe. But I keep picturing aliyah Boston space when she missed that shot, dude. And I just think that is going to take her to another level and that game and she's going to play an amazing game. And just put it behind her and leave that as her legacy and not that miss shot. As her legacy in the final four and her attempt to get a title. I just think she's got it in her to prove herself right. And it's not about proving anyone wrong. It's about proving yourself right at this point. And I think that we have Boston has that quality in her. And I think that's what's going to get Stanford. And a loss in the championship game. We'll see. We'll see. Honestly, I'll be happy for all four of these teams. Even yes, even you, UConn, I will be happy for you guys if you win the championship because I really like the way the team plays and the care about each other. And that's all I'm in it for. That's all I'm in it for. I just want to see teams I care about each other do well. I'll be happy for all four of these teams. I think they should be very proud of making it there. But I think Stanford South Carolina is going to be amazing. And I agree. I mean, South Carolina has been incredible Stanford has been incredible. So I'm really glad to see that we still have the hope for that. We'll see what happens before the title game. All right, so I did want to bring up some other things because we'll probably have to talk about these on a future court side episode. So players opted into the WNBA draft ahead of the final four. Saw that. That's a lot of horrors. Not a lot of spots. Yeah, there's like, I mean, I don't remember how many accounted, but it's like almost, it's around 20 spots that are really available for draftees. But I got my, you know, I'm ready. I'm ready. April 11th, and that's going to be that's going to be fun by you know, I just hope that there's a safety net for a lot of those kids because obviously those numbers is 88 of them that not everyone's going to land on a team. Well, I think, you know, hey, put your name in the draft of your graduating, if not you can always, you can always play in Europe or you can get a day job, like the basketball, it should be available to you. So the elite 8 players have an extra 48 hours, I believe, so I think, oh no, when that runs out or when that started to be honest, there would be some time this week, the elite 8 players have to announce Nas homan's already announced just in case you guys were wondering. Final four players have until the same time frame 48 hours after the championship game to opt in. We assume that we know who's doing that from these four teams. The other thing I don't know if you call it Lexi Brown was traded to the sparks earlier today. Oh my goodness, I missed that. Yeah. Wow. Yeah, it's interesting. Yeah, she's gonna she's gonna have to fight for a spot with a religion and take a Cooper, I believe. We'll see what happens. But I think that's a great pickup for them because they kind of need a nice fat guard there. Yeah, and they did a good job in that she did a good job in the UA. Yeah. I'm sorry. That's fine. My son is on the UA. I know. I'm still recovering from flying down. I'm overtired, so yeah. She did a great job in the AU. I knew that was the next song. So shots Alexei Brown getting to LA. I think she had some planks on there. Hopefully, hopefully. And then the other thing, just like as a general concept, we can not get into this because there's way too much stuff to talk about. The coaching carousel and the transfer portal are out of control. Out of control, it's crazy. It's too much to keep up with. I have no idea what's happening. We need a whole pod for that too, so. I just found out, I was like, I was like looking at the women's college tracker from my guy, Raoul, a blog. It's great. I just found out that my law school Alma mater William Mary has a coaching opening. They're going to have a new coach. I did not know that. I literally just found that out. Yeah, Ed Swanson. Down there. So great. It's a great guy. He did pretty well. I mean, he did pretty well. But he's on his way out. And disorienting. I think we see all the changes. And the transport of tool. Yeah, you said it transfer portal. Sorry, go ahead. Oh yeah, I was just saying the transfer portal and the coaching carousel of just been crazy. So we'll have to insane. Yeah, just with willing to marry real quick. One of our players from south lakes, Abby Randall. Graduated from William and Mary a couple years ago and so the recruiting process and all that. With Ed was great and they also offered Brie, you know? To play down there. So the recruiting process with her. So you hate to see people go, especially the coaches like that that you know, and if I have a relationship with but you know, there's a spot for him somewhere because he's a great coach. And a great person too. It was like literally like I was scrolling down the list. I was like the only one married. And Natasha there, you know, we saw her and we were talking about how, you know, we were really excited about Delaware and now she's in Arizona state. Good for her. Joni Taylor is going to a and M so that's a whole like you mentioned. That's a whole different podcast. Yeah, we got to do a whole month Felicia going back to Syracuse. I love it. So I love her. That's my girl. So glad she got that job. Life bro down. We need a whole thing. So we'll get into all that at a different point after the final four. Anyway, but go ahead. Because we have this will be the final four this weekend, which is fantastic. Then we have the WNBA draft the following weekend, which is fantastic. However, Gabe, I don't know if Gabe's gonna make it because he has been to like four straight days of basketball college park, went to Greensboro, heading to Minnesota, going to head up to New York for the draft. So mid April, you guys should send me some chocolate on the ground. Yeah, that's what we're going to do our dinner, and that little part, right? In between college and WNBA. We're going to do a dinner..
Bloomberg Radio New York
"william mary" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Thank you so much we appreciate it Want to get right to it because we got a lot of eco talk here Seth garbage a chief economist for Morgan Stanley joins us He's got his PhD from Princeton so he is familiar with hoagie haven which the best cheesecake hoagie on the planet And he's got his undergraduate from William and Mary which is a good faux to my university of Richmond spiders so I'm very familiar with William Mary Hey Seth thanks so much for joining us here Let's start with the fed Yesterday what's your takeaway Yeah quite a meeting long conference inflation inflation inflation came inflation came up so many times Dallas clearly concerned about it if anything incrementally more so than in December He said if he had the chance to revise his forecast for inflation this year he would revise it up So I think that's important So it was incrementally I would say more hawkish than December I think the initial reaction in markets was that it was a ton more hawkish than before and I guess I'll take a little bit of the under there but clearly he's focused on inflation clearly they're ready to go Clearly they have a lot of strategizing to do So march rate hike looks really solid I think there's an open question still about the timing of when they run off the balance sheet Seth going into the meeting the market I think was extremely hot We were talking about four rate hikes priced into the market at the time All chairman Powell had to do was come off just relatively dovish compared to what the market was expecting And you would have seen a risk rally essentially a relief rally We saw the exact opposite Now you have bond markets pricing in 5 full rate hikes in 2022 Is the market right when it comes to the fed I'm not quite sure that the straight read yesterday was the right one I think there was a lot of confirmation bias going on You write the market came in feeling kind of hawkish And then when questions came up about are they going to hike at every meeting Are they going to do 50 basis point hike in March I think the market took Powell's answer which I think he meant to be to not give a steer not give any direction I think markets took that as well He didn't push back So it must be more likely than it was before It remains something a little bit exactly exactly Seth we had just a whole slew of eco data and I'm looking at my EC O go screen here on the Bloomberg terminal gives you all the eco data here What's the big one for you was at the GDP the 6.9% print that got your attention What are you really focusing on from this morning's data A little bit less so the GDB print itself It was an upside surprise We knew the data we knew that it was going to be strong at some point It's a little hard to say this with a straight face but the difference between 6 is something percent versus 6.9% isn't first order huge There's upward surprising inventories for example I think the components of GDP are more important than the individual the headline number for GDP inventories number is pretty pretty interesting It might give you a little bit of relief that some of the backlogs and supply chain disruptions and that sort of thing are past the peak and starting to ease And so for me it really is the components The rest of it the durable goods is going down I think it was big A lot of that was in transportation So but nevertheless the momentum in the first quarter is interesting for me But the first quarter looks like we're going to have a bit of a soft batch Talk to us a little bit about the inflation picture here because yes we're seeing perhaps some signs of those supply chain pressures easing a little bit but chairman Powell was quite clear That's going to stick around Those issues are going to stick around at least for the remainder of this year And I'm also looking at oil prices here We're looking at just shy of well we were before this recent dip here Brent now in about $89 a barrel but we were nearing 91 a barrel Goldman for example upgrading their forecast to a hundred by year end How much of the oil picture should we be focusing on in terms of driving the direction of the economy So I don't think the oil picture is going to be driving the direction of the economy but there's clearly strong demand in the U.S. strong global demand and we really have a lot of questions about supply There's a reluctance to do much in the way of investment in oil given the picture down the road of the push towards screening of the economy And so we are facing really high oil prices I think that matters for the U.S. that I don't think it's the first order driver that's going to be going on for the U.S. in terms of real outcomes I'm more interested in how is the consumer doing Are we going to see that shift in consumer spending from goods toward services that we think a lot of others have been expecting I'm not sure oil is going to be driving that shift I think it's going to be once people have over consumed in terms of goods that shift will be inevitable Well you read my mind when it comes to the consumer because I was thinking gas prices as well When we're talking about the consumer though we know that fiscal impact is going to be fading We know savings are being depleted here Do you continue to see that really strong consumer for maybe not this year Maybe not next year but continuing and say the next 5 years as that being a driver of the economy I do I do I think it's hard to imagine a U.S. economy where the consumer is not the driver The U.S. economy is I think for the foreseeable future are going to be a reflection of the U.S. consumer I think the fiscal fading this year is an interesting point We know that the child tax credit for example ended and it didn't get extended because Bill back better didn't get passed I think therein lies one serious short term headwind for the consumer But if over the horizons that you're talking about a couple of years I think it really is going to come down to what's going on with job creation and what's going on with wages because that's going to be the core of what's driving consumer spending and I think that is going to be king of the U.S. economy for the foreseeable future Thanks so much for joining us Really appreciate getting some of your time here to talk through Again what we heard from the fed yesterday and then obviously the eco data that was reported this morning by the U.S. government Seth Carpenter chief economist for Morgan Stanley here And again we still have some green on screen a little bit off of the highs but still positive reaction in terms of the equity markets too Again what we heard yesterday from the Federal Reserve Right now.
Health Babes Podcast
"william mary" Discussed on Health Babes Podcast
"Everybody. Welcome doctor Paul cel Deena to the show. Thank you so much for coming on where you're so excited to have you. Thanks for having me on. So all right, let's talk about your known as the carnivore empty and carnivore is a very hot topic right now. So I think you're the go to person when it comes to this. So let's before we kind of get into what that is kind of walk us through your journey. How did this all get started for you? You know I grew up in this medical family. I had pretty traditional upbringing dinner table conversations around atrial fibrillation and coumadin because my dad's a doctor. My mom's a nurse. I did the normal stuff, high school, then college at William Mary studied chemistry and biology in somewhere in college. I got kind of burned out. I studied super hard. I thought I was going to go to medical school right out of college and then ended up taking 6 years off and I had 6 years of just adventuring and exploring in the wilderness. I was in Wyoming and the tetons, skiing mountains and back country skiing and trying not to get caught in avalanches and then I was in New Zealand, swimming flooded rivers and backpacking and trying not to fall off of mountains and mudslides and all this kind of stuff. And I think that that probably changes the way that I see the world in some ways. So after that, experience I went back to PA school. I was a physician assistant and cardiology. I went to George Washington University and then worked as a PA. So that was my first experience in western medicine. And I thought it would be a good compromise. My dad's a doctor, I saw him work a lot and not have a lot of time for himself and his lifestyle and I didn't want that to be my path. I was always very interested in the quality of life and having time to do the things I liked and also maintaining healthful experience of all of it. But really quickly when I was working as a physician assistant, I realized that the system that I had become a part of was not something that I agreed with. It was very pharmaceutical centric and symptom focused, and I thought this is horrible. This isn't what I want to do. We're not actually getting to the root cause of illnesses for these patients. And that's pretty much pass say to say that today, but it's true, and it continues to be true that western medicine does a fantastic job of treating acute illness, whether it's a heart attack or a broken bone. And we do a really good job of cutting out tumors, things like that. But we do a really horrible job of understanding what makes a healthy human, what human physiology, what human metabolism is really running on. And I mean, I kind of joke about this with my friends all the time. There are billionaires now putting putting them and their friends into suborbital space. And what we haven't agreed in the nutrition world, what the optimal diet is for humans, or if there's a different diet for different humans or how different that dietary variation might be between humans or what is actually causing psoriasis or eczema or asthma. I mean, these are important problems that affect millions of people, hundreds of millions of people, and those are just that's just the tip of the iceberg of the autoimmune spectrum, right?.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
"william mary" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"Open. Here's the comment I saw on Twitter last night. Ron DeSantis is the kind of governor that makes Republicans think what has the GOP been doing for the last 30 years? He is the kind of leader America deserves needs and appreciates. More of this terrific and important conversation coming up on the Mike Gallagher highlight show. We live stream the mic Gallagher show on rumble dot com and Salem news channel dot com. Don't miss Mike's facial expressions, and all the video clips you hear during the show on Salem news channel dot com and rumble dot com. Every time you touch my. I'll bet you've seen Pete and chef talbott on the TV, the father and son owners of relief factor boy are they great guys. They have a heart for the herding. They just want to get you out of pain. They also do a whole lot of things behind the scenes that you'll never hear of. In fact, let me share with you a little secret. The 1995 quick start that I always tell you about where you could try the product, the 100% drug free relief factor for three weeks for 1995. They lose money on that deal. But they know you're probably going to keep ordering because it does work and they want to prove it to you. Relief factor is made from wild caught fish oils and botanicals. It goes to work on the inflammation that causes back pain or neck pain or hip pain, pain from a workout at the gym. I want you to try go to relief factor dot com. If it doesn't work, you notify them after three weeks and you're out 20 bucks. But if it does, consider what life could be life could be like pain free. Relief factor dot com relief factor dot com or call 805 183 84 805 183 84 for relief factor. Rolling through a New Year's Eve edition of the Mike Gallagher highlight show in the relief factor dot com studios, one of my favorite voices in America today is columnist and author Miranda Devine. Here Mike talks to Miranda about the Trump children, Hunter Biden and more during the highlight show. If Donald Trump had a son like Hunter Biden, that's all we would have heard about morning noon and night day in and day out for the four years of the Trump presidency. And yet, the media core seems strangely disinterested in the comings and goings of one Hunter Biden. Incredible, isn't it? It really is just the double standard about Hunter Biden versus the Trump kids. And you have to realize that the Trump the two sons and the daughter, they are must be squeaky clean because Don Junior particularly has been just under the spotlight the drag into the whole Russian Russia collusion schedule a banker as well. They have just been put through the ringer because of their father. And yet, they've come up smelling roses. And I think it was one thing that, indeed, Donald Trump to a lot of his voters was that his kids were pretty good. There were they liked him. They were decent human beings, functional people. And that saves a lot for the parents. And I think on the other hand, I mean, you have to feel sorry for the bidens because of the tragedy that I've had in their life, particularly hunter, his mother died when he was two. But on the other hand, he's lifestyle has been absolutely reprehensible and it's not just the crack cocaine addiction and the sort of various debaucheries that he got up to. People are sympathetic about addiction as well. No, it's the fact that he was part of this body influence peddling operation flagrantly are the safe with China to kill our greatest adversary. But also many other countries in Russia and Romania and Kazakhstan and so on. Raping millions of dollars into the family costs. And Joe Biden just got away with has fees, gotten away with just saying, I don't ever speak to my fund about his business dealings. And he changed that when we produced evidence just before the election of the New York Post of emails showing that here he had communicated with hunters overseas clients and so he's changed his tune to know my son's done nothing wrong. He is such a slippery character. And yet he gets a free pass. People New York Times and so on, which previously had reported on this and saying it was troubling that in the countries that Joe Biden had carriage for his vice president that his son was following in these books flying on air force two with him on several occasions. And doing business. But no one ever really held the bidens to account and they continued on during what they were doing. And the flagrant feel of it is evident in just one fact that I'm going to tell you,.
"william mary" Discussed on WTOP
"River technology decisions aren't black and white Think red Now to J Brooks Good morning sandy a quarter of the way through the regular season for the wizards who have now strung two wins together after a one 20 to one 14 victory in Dallas last night head coach was on sell junior on getting a win on the road I mean it's always good to get one on the road This place is always a competitive environment You know the crowds have been tremendous for years I was just happy the way we pulled together You know we kept saying just grind it out Do what we do Don't overreact Just keep doing what we're doing Just trust it And I give our guys a lot of credit Wizards stepping a 5 game losing skid in big D their last one there was back in 2015 up next four game road trip wraps up tomorrow in San Antonio College football tips go in bowling after a 40 16 victory over Rutgers 6 one 6 losses so far from there then they'll find out who their opponent is coming up should have won a bowl game in 11 years elsewhere navy over temple 38 14 Virginia tech at Bo eligible as well with their 29 24 victory over already bowl bound Virginia in the Commonwealth cup College troops lost a Louisville 63 55 at The Bahamas championship up next from Maryland Virginia tech on Wednesday They'll tip at 7 15 Other losers from yesterday Richmond fall into Mississippi state no T 82 71 winners from yesterday navy over mount saint Mary's UMBC beat Pitt and William Mary with an 87 50 victory over Mary Baldwin Also caps with a rogue game today coming up at one and Carolina Capital's two game win streak will have ilia Samson off in that for the bat they also Lars Eller is back in the lineup as should be a good one Coming up one o'clock Jay broke's W two piece sports Thank you Jay coming up after traffic and weather How to react to news of the coronavirus variant that popped up so suddenly it's 1116 Everybody.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
"william mary" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"Show. There are lots of good, higher paying opportunities for workers to engage in upward mobility. And that's what the quit rates are telling us at a time like this. People are not quitting and leaning the labor market. They're mostly quitting so that they can move up the scale to a better job. In the relief factor dot com studios, here's Mike. What a day, wow. And I've got my friend Mark Davis in Dallas. He was going to take vacation next week. He said, listen, if all you know what breaks loose, with the rittenhouse trial, he's going to come back and work. All of us hate to be off if big things are happening. And a lot of big things are happening in this country. Of course, huge news, not unexpected, the Democrats passed their the crazy spending bill, the socialism bill, the socialist monstrosity, they weren't unified. They had a Democrat defection the guy from Maine, Republicans this time around reunified, so that's good, but of course it didn't matter when the Republicans jumped ship over round one of the infrastructure Bill, that enabled the Democrats to pass that part of it. So that part's done. Now we got the massive four plus trillion. It's going to wind up costing. Social spending bill. As the country is trying to as the Democrats are trying to reimagine America yeah, they're reimagining all right. I'm still just happy as can be. If you're watching the show today on Salem news channel and I hope you do, we've got a lot of great feedback. People are loving this new online streaming that we're offering. Salem news channel dot com. You could download the app, watch on Roku, get the sale of news channel app. Take us with you wherever you go, 24 7 see the great programs that you have come to listen to and appreciate. I had a little bit of fun. I said, I'll take my baseball cap. Yesterday I got the head shave for Annie. And Monday starts our prison fellowship campaign. Now, doesn't start till Monday. It always happens over the holidays. Thanksgiving week is when we kick off this prison fellowship ministry campaign where we ask you to assist these children in America whose parents are in prison. You sent him Christmas gifts. The kids get the Christmas gifts in the name of the parent who is incarcerated. Let that I met a listener yesterday, wonderful lady named sandy, who came to watch me get my head shaved. And we had some listeners that came out. It was fun to meet everybody. Wonderful people. Summer was so she was so nervous she was shaking. She said, can I pose for a picture? Joey Hudson and I were there and she was such a sweet lady and loves the show, loves the station. And sandy said, I'm going to start she says I've begun a regular donor effort for prison fellowship after hearing about them on your radio show. This is a ministry that ministers to the children of people in prison. You realize you're going to touch these kids lives. You're going to touch their hearts and maybe change the trajectory of their life. Imagine what that child experiences when they get a Christmas present for their dad or their mom. On Christmas Day, and their parent is in prison. Tom triad, who's an executive here at the sale of radio network. Shared with us a note that we received from one of those who benefited a family who benefited from your generous donation last year. I was just looking through the figures from last year. And last year, your listeners, it was amazing. You blessed 15,092 children. You raised over $332,000. And these are kids who have a mom or dad behind bars through no fault of their own, they're alone at Christmas time. And we got this letter. It's very short. I'm going to share it with you from a prisoner named Michael. And after the campaign was over last year, he wrote to us and said, I'm truly thankful for the gifts you gave my children. They were so excited and we received a gift with my name on it with the pandemic going on and the prisons halting face to face visits. I've not been able to see or hug my children in over a year, so to hear them be excited to have a gift from me under the tree really helped all of us with our lovely. And I'm so grateful that you understand that this show is more than just jawbone about the issues. And when we start the campaign on Monday, I'm looking at the banner right now because the batter is up at Mike online dot com. If you want to help us get a jump start do you know we're almost at 700 kids sponsored. We have a goal of 7800 kids this year. I expect you'll surpass that. Earlier I said, I'll take my baseball cap off and show off my bald head to anyone who will donate a $1000. We got $14,000. Already. Thank you. And if you want to support our prison fellowship ministry, would it be crazy to go into the weekend? With a thousand kids sponsored already. Before we started the campaign on Monday. So if you're so inclined and if your heart is touched by a ministry that blesses these children of American prisoners. Please go to Mike online dot com and click on the angel tree banner at the top of the page..
Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"william mary" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Following your four movies two thousand nine including the sequel tonight at the museum also appears as himself on. Spongebob squarepants march of two thousand nine. He's hospitalized heart problems. He postpones the other tour of stand up for surgeries replaces. A arctic valve. That surgery was completed march thirteenth. Two thousand nine to cleveland clinic grounds baker mayfield. Nick chubb odell beckham. Junior jarvis landry all the same systems. Same head coach. More than single season now young healthy or are they going to wreak havoc in. afc north. i think they fucking will. I know has nothing to do with rod williams but on the bandwagon browns fan. I'm excited no laying low for the most part for a few years. The age of sixty williams. Mary's third wife graphic designer. Susan schneider october. Twenty second two thousand. Eleven and saint helena california to live in a Super cool scenic and affluent neighborhood of sea cliff in san francisco turk hammett from italica just sold his sea cliff mansion to nineteen for almost twelve million. Told me robert. And susan met standing outside of an apple store in five minutes later. They were literally fucking on the street. Williams was a tory for doing that. So famous people knew was him but he somehow never do any legal trouble for that in the bay area especially is unbelievable. He fucked someone in the street. If you did that near you it was just called getting williams. Y'all got williams. Welcome to the club. Signed bend over two different women in the middle of a busy intersection during rush hour last week. Whatever mobile women. He had sex with become minor celebrities. People buying drinks in bars clap. When they came in that sort of thing the cops would not only not arrest williams for doing. This sometimes stopped traffic until he was finished. Lotta times while he's fucking someone in the street. He would do impressions. He workout standup. Bits to keep around him entertained. And of course that's not true but it did. It did put quite the visual in your head. did it. not next time. You watched one of his movies now. Mrs doubtfire you might just think about him fucking someone in the street. Welcome the truth now. Robin susan med standing outside of an apple store and they fell in love shortly afterwards. Susan schneider would later really be the star of the robin.
No Challenges Remaining
"william mary" Discussed on No Challenges Remaining
"Someone who like their rank and other rankings are on how on his only number twenty she. She did finally break twenty one. We should be like she feels. It should be like twelve or eleven or something like that. There's a lot of players ahead of her. That prison point thing. It's not that she hasn't caught the point. Is that if the brain meter so slushing. So she'll get there like when at the end of this year when when the rankings kind of normalize after any wells and all these sorts of things like i think that it should she should be all right but you know she's she's eight in the race exactly so getting up trying that's weird. Yeah wasn't bad in two thousand twenty. You know for sure. So that's a great contrast styles you know having a play mehrtens would be you know a tricky one but i think link is had good success against marriage partner and you know friends and stuff but otherwise like i wanna see cyber linka versus critique about i would love to see sabah linka versus muga. I would like to see savile anka versus osaka. Let gimme that one again. It's been been what three years a min- so yeah so. I'm intrigued by the sabah. Linka draw but i think that she's playing. Well i think that mental issues in a good spot and it's just a matter of getting it done in in you can't predict execution. You know what i mean like. That's what we're all trying to do. But ultimately we can't we can look at data point the south but Who knows but but lenka plus puska you gotta you gotta wonder if this is the tournament where they they get. No no no. I'm just saying you have to wonder if this this is the tournament where they get it or puts. Yeah yeah just not yet could be. Yeah could be. I mean. I still think that i would. I mean five narrative. We still got say narrative i feel like both of them have really good narratives to get a breakthrough here for different reasons. Being an at last kind of thing obviously much younger but both of them have paid some dues in some ways and taking some elves. And we'll certainly. I mean i mean plus grandma raise much stronger than several anka's by a lot but yeah those are those are. There's a lot of sort of like you look. At any of those top four seeds bharti blanco sock applicable. And there's night. They're nice stories across the board. I think it's actually like me on that. Yeah like the hot like. That's the group of five in my head. I know barbara. it's weird. If you told me you told me three minutes ago cova could win two lamb's ear. Oh my gosh. And you're not. She's like like reopens the discussion of player of the year. Because she's not then that i mean it's still bharti probably but she's not that far off to versus one bar one thousand she hasn't like she's one but titles it would be five or six four. Gosh but like credit. Gary disavowal been to fifties except for rolling girls. I think except for that slamming. Yeah that well and then the. Us open a. She was already cutting herself university. You've won twenty five last twenty matches and you made a final of the one thousand on hardcourt already in dubai. She makes the final. I want her to get the dwayne reed patch. Put that out there. Because she gets one of the discount. Cards like the hub guard hanging on her bag. Threes for city and you have been very useful for listening to all of this is pretty much. I missing on edited pretty much. Because i don't have time to edit two plus hours show day before slam Wanna get out before. The draw starts so fairly raw here projects you can hear me hopefully quietly eating my snickers at points and thank you to our backers whose names i will depend on the end here later. And thank you to courtney and other parting thoughts on whole. I think we've all the thoughts on there. Although i will say this. The one thing that i wanted to do that i've been dreaming about. Eighteen months was eating cream barbecue with my friends. And i'm done it on back to back nights here in new york city and i just the restaurant which is really yes. They've had their game figured out. Having vaccine proof of the door wedeman. There's lots of to talk about. We didn't mention obviously some more intensely than others but like the back. The vaccination requirement for fans at the. us open. i think is easily people's minds it's kinda crazy. How late in the game. That happened to for the tournament But i think people are feeling much happier contiguous open irish people be like. Wow it would have come if i had known that. Was the rules. So i'm all for vaccine strictness on tour the world tour and we'll see how that keeps for those now in new york. Yeah it's For indoor restaurants and bars. I believe you have to show proof of vaccinate to dine indoors. A lot of restaurants have outdoor dining. So it's almost kind of like a smoking nonsmoking. Yeah you know. But i can i mean and i get it. I tweeted to ease my mind and there are all these people who are like non to be debbie downer but you can still in like i get it. I'm not going around coughing and people's faces guys like inside of a restaurant. But i can't tell you how much it does relax you to be able to walk into a restaurant knowing that. Are everyone in. That restaurant is vaccinated because people who are about infecting others if that has been a driving force and it has definitely been a driving force for me during the pandemic lot is just like a lot of my behavior has been guy has been dictated by me just like not wanting to infect other people like that's what i'm scared about catching anything so laox mission so like for me personally being able to know that like everyone in this building is vaccinated is just you know a just a huge a huge burden and has allowed me to enjoy incredibly miami last three meals. My last three dinners in new york at puto and the big jong. So yeah it's been great. And the korean barbecue is amazing. And it's one thing. I can't replicate from home so it was a big obstacle town. Love you big ups k town. Yeah yeah sorry. Far east movement faris movement we were. We're standing there outside the of the career barbecue tonight and they had like a screen video. Screen shows a deli. Kind of thing. You know famous larry's eaten here and there were tennessee. Both peterson serena and sharipova separately. Obviously i think we need to take a selfie ourselves point. it's just yeah disapproved. Tennis approve everyone ever this place but also far east movement was there. So yeah won't but we'll do like a g six here it's great sound and enjoy yourself and folks and we'll see seem bye bye. Thank you very much to our wonderful patriot. Backers especially the ones we thank. Every episode are slam champ level backers antonio may number sham roy laya williams mary carillo suzanna. W.
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"william mary" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show
"These ivy. Heart centered leader. And i think that thing that struck me the most about that episode. Was sean talking about when he was a sophomore william mary. I was a senior. And the the reason why he went to fca every thursday night fellowship christian athletes is because he knew that. I would be there. Because i didn't miss. Fca was right after my pops it passed and i always wanted to fica and we would you know we jam out on the songs and el shaddai. El should die. I mean i. I would kissing sorry folks for that for the little song there but i love it. But sean mcdermott always went to fca. Because he knew that i'd be there. And we had a great relationship so He's got a blue collar mentality in. It's no surprise to me why the buffalo bills are having such tremendous success in the nfl. i also think back on twister and that was double one episode one sixty four in one sixty five foe. Cuban hear me talk about quarterback your own health for a long time but twister who battled stage four throat cancer quarterback your own health the infamous legendary twenty six ingredient twister jungle juice. Everyone's like two d i need. I need the ingredients of the twenty six ingredient. Jungle juice twister. Thank you very much for that. And he talked about the mindset of attacking radiation chemotherapy every day. When he was doing that that he would not suffice. He would not succumb and not working on those days that he was going to be cancer and that he has my friends That was back in march. Two thousand twenty one about how he took his own lab. Yes self yeah to expediting my god. They say whatever he was he was. He was racing. The clock unbelievable. Talk about quarterbacking. Your own house. That i've never heard of anybody. Having the ability to do that was just you mentioned in saunders episodes twister again once these people and see if i if you know of somebody that has cancer or you have. Cancer listened to that mascara people were beating. It had the mindset on how to approach it on that it's going to be octane in oxygen for your soul literally On this but twister. I was thinking would i do that. I know what. I actually my dot added over. I'm going somewhere else does that. That's my love i love. I love that guy i love. I love my love. Him and mike chandler love. I love mike's episode is one seventy one and it's called. Ufc fighter might chandler. I'll see you at the top. Why is he could just months before he he Not only fought for the ufc lightweight. Championship of the world. Before that he just become a part of the ufc family because he was with. Bela talk and it was during the pandemic when i was talking on the phone..
"william mary" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"To date and everything else but they but you can find a wealth of material there on the the collections. The, uh dance done that his team is done. We're up two volume six or seven now, but we're right now getting into his First years of his presidency. They're just wonderful, and they really are fascinating read. He also suffers because he destroyed his correspondence with Elizabeth. Which is a total loss because it's obvious from the comments of their friends and people that knew them how much they loved and cared for each other. And one last comment. His handwriting is terrible. Uh, when I was doing the book of Barry Benjamin, Russia is his doctor. And what of his dearest friends? And you look at Benjamin Russia's handwriting and come. Oh, he's the first doctor for the cliche. They can't do any handwriting. Mine is abysmal. Being a left hander taught by nuns. Palmer Method did not work its way into my brain. But James Monroe's handwriting is awful. So whenever he's got Secretary riding art or there's even a couple letters. Where Elizabeth Throated you always think. Oh, thank God. My eyes were saved, but I think that has a lot to do with it. Sarah, What are your thoughts about that? Yeah, I would definitely agree that you know the lack of complete publication of Monroe's letters, you know, starting with them being scattered to many repositories certainly issue and I'll go back to something I alluded to at the beginning, Which is that, I think Monroe has been misunderstood. We just slightly different maybe than the question of capacity, but he's been misunderstood for a lot of reasons. Certainly, Henry K. Adams said some damning things in the 19th century but also I think really the misunderstanding of Monroe's property at Highland Has figured into it, You know, no matter what, Even if you thought that the little standing House was a wing of a larger main house, you looked at that little house and you said You know, he's not ambitious. He's not sophisticated. This isn't a worldly man on D. I think people misunderstood him because of that. And so that's part of why it's exciting to be working on Monroe now is that we have Um, new information about what? His property actually Woz and, um, how he how he defined himself through the construction of the house and still to be discovered layout of his property. That's terrific. That just means that there's more work to do and more measures there for our friends. Thank you, Steven very much. Let's see. Let's see what's coming next. Brett would like to know. How is it that Highland became a site of William and Mary. That's a terrific question. I'd like to know that as well. Yeah, sure it was inherited from the last private owner, Jay Winston, John's upon his death in 1974. And it was given to William and Mary because, of course, Munro is an alumnus of William and Mary. Um, and so I'm sure there's a lot of discussion prior and debate. Of course, we're in the backyard of University of Virginia, to which Monroe also had, um, deep connections. So, Yeah, So it's been part of William Mary since 1974 Fantastic. Well, thanks, Brett very much. We would like to know is the era of good feelings and accurate description of his presidential years, especially his first term 10. What do you think? It's an accurate description of his tours and probably the first three years until the panic of 18 19 sets in and then this, which really is the first great Depression. In our history. And, uh, But there again is where Monroe you know, comes to the fore he does. He did a small tour after the tour of the Northern States. But then, in his third tour, he aims to go South and West. On. This is not the first time he's gone into the Western territories when they've been hit by economic and On issues he did that is a congressman, but he's basically he the powers of an FDR or two centuries away. And so he does not have that. But he does bring with him and empathy and his remarks or With you when I will see what Congress could do about this, and it is his annual messages to Congress. What we now costs the state of the Union address. He asks for help. He asked them to Think a little bit out of the box. You know? What can we do? You know, to save people who are losing their homes and their savings and the like and And after 18 20. Missouri compromise. You know, uh, that shows his Jeffersonian or Lyndon Johnson like skills of doing a lot of backdoor work because he's not supposed to be involved. But once he's re elected The Arab could feelings really comes to an end because he's come this close to eliminating partisanship on a national level. And as soon as he's starting his second term, he's got three candidates to succeed him, actually, for secretary of Baby that drops out early. Uh, plus Henry Clay and Andrew Jackson that are lusting after his job. We talk about how awful it is that today after election presidential election People start running for president. Well, it really wasn't that different back then. Sarah can probably add to that. But I think that it's Ah, It's a Name was given to all eight years but really is only accurate for the first two or three. We'll do one more question after that, But Sarah, do you want to ask you was that an era of good feelings that places like island? Well in terms of economics and agriculture. Certainly in the in the upper south and places like Piedmont, Virginia. Um it was not really the The boom years. You know, the real economic engine was in the deep south and in cotton, and so we cannot avoid the real fact that this was a terrible time of threat, especially for enslaved people on these plantations in the upper South because the domestic slave trade fueled by the need for labor in the deep South was the biggest looming threat to their their existence with Family at that time, so I think it's really important to remember that that was a critical piece of those year. Absolutely. Let's do one more question and we'll wrap this up and put a nice bow on it. And let's see what's on Our final audience members mind have a question. From Lisa. When when you were researching Monroe, What was the one moment or event where you said, Ah ha and made you feel like you knew this man better, but that the terrific question, you know, was there a moment? Of enlightenment. General start with you and Sarah will bring it home for your own home moment with Monroe. I think there were there were that's a hard one, because there were so many that just piled one on top of the other. Um Uh, I'll take one and it is not a letter of Monroe, Monroe wrote. But a letter to Monroe from Rufus King in like the late 17 85. My role is not back in Congress. And Rufus King writes to him that Basically that the court right sisters send their regard. And it's uh.
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Michelle Williams is Engaged and Pregnant and the Timeline is Weird
"Michelle. Williams is pregnant and engaged to brand new guy who seemingly came out of nowhere. His his name is Thomas Kale and the two met while he directed her in Fossey Verdon. He's also known for being the director of Hamilton. This news broke on on people dot com on Monday which featured the couple posing and some. I'm in love photos alongside the news of their engagement and pregnancy and Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah on the surface. Is this all sounds kind of like a painfully boring a listener getting married Blah Blah Blah. But actually it's not boring. It's super interesting. A and very very weird and possibly suspect first off. It's worth noting that Michelle and Thomas are allegedly still married to other people and they also allegedly just met each other a few months ago. This timing if true it feels very noah Baumbach. Greta Gerwig levels of like So so if you're wondering why they went with like the the flashy old school publicist coordinated in people dot com about their pregnancy and engagement. Well first first of all they snuck it in over the New Year's Eve holiday which is a slow news week and maybe they were hoping it wouldn't get that much coverage and secondly she's going to be on the red carpet but this Sunday for the Golden Globe so I'm guessing maybe they're trying to get ahead of the buzz around her. Having a a baby bump page six covered. This writing quote. Many media insiders raised their eyebrows on Monday evening when a cheery piece appeared on people magazine's website announcing the news that Michelle Williams is pregnant and engaged to the Hamilton director. Thomas Kale but the piece which features a family album worthy `Paparazzi shot of the happy pair conspicuously neglected to mention the fairly juicy fact that both Williams and Kale were in serious relationships with other people when they met just a few months ago page six later added quote. The Omission Lead tabloid veterans to speculate that Williams's camp slipped the exclusive to people on the condition that the weekly keep mum about the potentially embarrassing circumstances of their Happy Union and quote sidebar. I Love The phrase tabloid veteran. Can I be a tabloid veteran. I WanNa be a tabloid loyd veteran. Anyway so yeah it seems like they got together and you know they did kind of a tit for tat with people where they were like. Don't talk about how the timing is maybe shady the and maybe we liked cheated or something. Just post the happy pictures of us in Yay. We're all good anyway while most of the world was getting completely blackout drunk on New Year's Eve. These brave souls at my favorite gossip site Ono. They didn't restricting together. A detailed timeline of Michelle Williams's relationships throughout the past three years they summed up her kind of serial serial monogamy writing quote January twenty eighteen Williams dating possibly engaged to Andrew Use men July twenty eighteen williams. Mary's Aries Phil Elvira begins work on Fossey Verdon December second twenty eighteen. Thomas Kale attends the Kennedy Center honors with wife Angela Christian in March two thousand Nineteen Fossey Vert and wraps April twenty nineteen the Williams slash. elver separation is made public Kale attends the premiere of his show without his wife December. Two Thousand Nineteen Williams and Kale announce their engagement and pregnancy end quote. So there you have it Michelle. Williams is having her second child. Silence her kid. Mathilde is getting a little sibling congrats. Michelle and Thomas Kale. Who cares about the the timing and you know the other people whatever? It's all good happy for. Are you guys