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Duvall, Wright lead Braves over Phillies, now 21-5 in June

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 13 hrs ago

Duvall, Wright lead Braves over Phillies, now 21-5 in June

"But brave's got a solid outing from right hander Kyle Wright as it took a four one win over the Phillies where it allowed just a woman on three hits that run came in the bottom of the third day solo home run by Reese Hoskins He struck out four to improve his record that I'm in for Atlanta took the lead as they paid a two runs in the top of the fourth They added two more runs in the top of the 7th one of those courtesy of a solo home run by Adam Duvall The goal is always tack on runs You know as you go just to give you some breathing room and we were able to do that late Rangers Suarez took the loss Michael the long go

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Fresh update on "wright" discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

00:32 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "wright" discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"Nurse practitioners, and that we would be able to train them. By the end of the year, 19 states and Washington D.C. will allow advanced practice clinicians. In addition to physicians to perform abortions. According to the gut mocker institute, a reproductive health policy organization. Maryland's new law also provides $3.5 million annually to train people and how to perform abortions. Elizabeth Nash is a state policy analyst with gumma. That's very uncommon. I don't know of another state that has align item for abortion training. Some are critical of the job expansion. Lara bogley is legislative director for Maryland right to life. She says this law promotes what she calls abortion tourism. Maryland abortion law is regressive at this point. We're going in the wrong direction. We're not ensuring that abortions are safer, reducing that standard of care. Maryland's governor, Republican Larry Hogan, vetoed the bill on similar grounds. That veto was overridden by the state legislature. It repealed one of the few health and safety regulations on abortion practices that the state of Maryland was allowing that required only licensed physicians to perform abortion. Back at Johns Hopkins, nurse midway farron Wright points out, abortion procedures have advanced since Marilyn passed the law in the early 90s. Stipulating that only physicians perform them. The previous laws went in place, and they, before there was such a thing as medication abortion. And most things really were surgical. And that is not the case anymore. And it hasn't been for a very long time. Right? Was at the hospital last Friday when the Supreme Court overturned roe V wade. I was actually on labor and delivery when the news came out, and so everybody became very quiet for a moment, and then we all just got to work. Because that is our job is to get to work, taking care of patients. Wright says, as a midwife, it's her responsibility to take care of anyone with a uterus. That can include delivering babies, performing a gynecological exam or prescribing birth control..

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Justice Thomas, Created Equal

The Officer Tatum Show

01:45 min | 5 d ago

Justice Thomas, Created Equal

"Know how do they find the film. How can they find a book called created equal, let them know what they got, Mark. Sure, Brandon, thanks. So creative equal to movie is on Amazon. It's on lots of different platforms it's on like Apple TV and all this stuff, but probably the best place to get Amazon. You can get the DVD on Amazon. If you go to manifold productions dot com, which is Michael tax company, they'll have the listing of all the platform it's available on. So the easiest place is how the Amazon.com, but it's a great movie. It's two hours long. It's just really powerful and tax plans. The book just came out this week and it's available on Amazon. It's in Barnes and nobles. It's all bookstores. And again, it's based on that movie, but it's from the 25 hours of interviews that Michael pack did with clarence Thomas. And it's really just an amazing insight into his life. Great stuff like remember the movie as a song smiling faces from the 70s. So Claire Thomas is smiling faces. People smile in your face and they want to do you harm. That's what he calls liberals the northeastern liberals who wanted to savage him and sort of act nice, but then from behind. And he says, he's thinking about that song when he was testifying and watching those liberals coming after him. So it's those sorts of things that are these great we've talked about big issues and kind of neat issues like that. The books that had impact on his life like invisible man by Ralph Ellison, native son, Richard Wright, the fountainhead by Ayn Rand. So it's just barbershop with the movie he loved because it reminded him of going to the barbershop with his grandfather. He talks about the barbershop down in Savannah 1955. And it's just a wonderful captures justice Thomas's life in a really good way.

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Swanson homers twice, Braves hold on to beat Giants 7-6

AP News Radio

00:26 sec | 6 d ago

Swanson homers twice, Braves hold on to beat Giants 7-6

"Dansby Swanson had three hits including two home runs to lead the Atlanta Braves to a 7 to 6 victory over the San Francisco Giants The braves won three of four from the Giants and are now within four games of the NL east leading New York mets Swanson hit his 11th and 12th home runs of the season and drove in three Travis darnold also had three hits Austin slater and Jack Peterson had solo home runs for San Francisco Brave starter Kyle Wright picked up his 8th win of the season Gary mckillop's

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Spartanburg County Deputy Shot in Line of Duty Dies

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:41 min | Last week

Spartanburg County Deputy Shot in Line of Duty Dies

"That doesn't mean we should ever forget that generally the men and women in blue are the good guys. And this sheriff in Spartanburg county, sheriff chuck Wright, he's a good guy. He really is. Every community would be blessed to have a chief or a sheriff like him. And he pointed out that they found the animal who ambushed and murdered this sheriff's deputy, Austin Aldridge, 25 years old. 25 years old, been a sheriff's deputy for about three years. Whole life ahead of him, committed to serving his community, ambushed by some evil subhuman. Now, they found the guy there was a shootout and the other sheriff's deputies, cornered the guy, apparently in the Woods he was found lying next to his rifle. Instead of just blasting away and murdering him, killing him. Which, frankly, well, I won't say it. As sheriff, chuck Wright pointed out, our men showed great restraint knowing that one of our guys had just been ambushed and didn't fire any shots at the suspect they just arrested him. Chuck Wright, the sheriff of Spartanburg county pointed out, we are the good guys. We do it right and we did it right. I just ask you to pray for our deputy.

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AP News Radio

02:00 min | 2 weeks ago

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"8 piece four time geffen cool bar the defending World Series champion braves won their 11th straight game beating the pirates 5 to three Adam Duvall Homer twice and drove in three while starter Kyle Wright struck out 7 over 6 innings of three run ball to earn the win Other Major League Baseball scores the Giants completed their first sweep of the Dodgers since 2016 with a two zero win Carlos rodon allowed just two hits and struck out 8 over 6 scoreless innings It's just something that you know we want to build off of keep this momentum into tomorrow and these next coming series The Diamondbacks ended the Phillies 9 game winning streak in a 13 to one route handing interim Philly manager rob Thompson his first loss since replacing the fire Joe Girardi Other national league winners the mets brewers rockies and reds In the American League Matt Carpenter went deep twice and drove in 7 as the Yankees pounded the cubs 18 to four correspondent Tom merriam reports The acts who have won 11 straight at home to command early scoring 5 runs in the bottom of the first Isaiah kind of falafel and Joey Gallo each hit it to run double Carpenter then blasted his first of the day at three run shot in the second to make it 8 one New York This is a really special group of people in this room It's more than just talent I watch it every day the way they compete Other AL winners the Astros Blue Jays raise Red Sox guardians rangers and Orioles In golf Rory McIlroy finished birdie birdie to hold off Justin Thomas and Tony finau at the RBC Canadian open Here's correspondent Graham agar's The Irish man was tied for the lead with Thomas with just two to play but a two shot swing on the 17th secured the victory his first title defense and his 21st career went on the PGA Tour Going up against guys like JT and Tony and coming out on top That's something to feel really good about Female stole second place with the last whole birdie Thomas claimed third And Daniel Suarez held off Chris buscher to become the first Mexican born driver to win a NASCAR Cup Series race in his 195th career start at Sonoma raceway Geffen kuba AP sports

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 Daunte Wright's mother detained after recording traffic stop

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last month

Daunte Wright's mother detained after recording traffic stop

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Bichette homers, Gausman fans 10 as Blue Jays top Astros 3-2

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Bichette homers, Gausman fans 10 as Blue Jays top Astros 3-2

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John Solomon and Sebastian Discuss Elon Musk's Twitter Deal

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:00 min | 2 months ago

John Solomon and Sebastian Discuss Elon Musk's Twitter Deal

"Day's a great day with John Solomon, but to analyze the breaking news, not just from Durham, new indictments that you are the expert on, but this news of what was it, 37 minutes ago. So to be honest with you, and I don't get everything right, only 99.9% of the time. Is that what rush used to say? God bless you, rush. I didn't think this was going to happen. At least not happen this quickly, accepting the $43 billion deal. Isn't this, you are a media Maven. This is social media, but isn't this really dropping a massive kitty cat amongst the pigeons of social media? Yeah, listen, it's an unusual deal. I mean, listen, at the end of the day, Elon Musk has the money to do whatever he wants with Twitter. He can make it better. He can make it a vanity play. He can make it what it used to be. And we don't know what his intentions are other than. He says he wants to get rid of the censorship mentality there. So I take him at his word because he usually delivers on what he says. So the idea that Twitter had to be bought in order to get it out of censorship is in and of itself stunning it. It shows you how far we've evolved from two years ago when we used to think that free speech was okay. Now we got Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton. Everybody out there saying, we got to send some more. We're going to censor more and Twitter was the main, one of the main efforts, the great censorship. Now it's going to be taken off the table. That's going to have a tremendous blow to liberals who want to keep exercising their censorship. They're going to lose one of the main high profile tools that that was done. Now, we don't know how the market's going to react, right? One of the things I do know is I've been talking to his team today, president Trump has no intention to go back to Twitter. So Trump nation is not going back to Twitter. But we'll see, do liberals leave it because they want more censorship. I don't know yet. Elon Musk is a brilliant businessman. We'll just have to wait and see what he does with the property.

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Biologist Colin Wright Describes His Political Journey

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:44 min | 2 months ago

Biologist Colin Wright Describes His Political Journey

"So have you seen that tweet from Elon Musk that everybody is talking about? Even Ben Shapiro had to play with it, put a box on it and say something about the overton window trying to be very, very, very smart. This is the image that Elon talked about that everybody's misinterpreting. It is a delightful image about my fellow liberals conservatives on one side of a scale in 2008. I got to remember this is radio as well. So we describe it for you. It's a scale. Then in 2012, what happens the left runs away from the center and last year in 2021, the progressives have gone radical left, the center has moved and they've pulled it and little on me is left in the middle, and I'm called a bigot. Why did he repost it? When did he get it from? Well, there's an individual who I reached out to when I saw him very graciously tweet, hey, thanks, Elon, for using my image. He didn't say, hey, dude, where do you steal it from? We're delighted to have Colin Wright biologist with us. He's the founder of reality's last stand. Welcome to America first. Yeah, I appreciate you having me on here. Thank you. So you've been a guest on my buddy's podcast trigonometry. I'm going to post that video guys, watch it. But let's get to this news breaking viral image. A lot of people don't get it. Explain what you meant by that time elapsed graph. Yeah, this really just explains my own political journey, the title for it originally had was my political journey. You know, I've been a lifelong Democrat. I've always voted Democrat in my life, voted Barack Obama two times, voted for Hillary and the first Trump election, and then Tulsi Gabbard in the last one. So Democrat Democrat Democrat. What I'm showing in that cartoon is between 2008. Let's put the image up while Collins talking. Go ahead. Yeah, so what it shows is between 2008 and 2021. I've remained in the same place. I used to be squarely on the left next to my fellow liberals, but over time the people to my left sort of ran out to the left, dragging the political spectrum out with them, and then dragging the center of the political spectrum past me so that I'm now basically on the right now. Even though I've just remained completely stationary and where I've been, my values haven't changed. But now I find myself in this weird position that you are currently finding themselves in, of being called a bigot for holding views that were completely normalized just 5 years

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Agnes Gibboney Describes Her Son's Untimely Death 20 Years Ago

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:23 min | 2 months ago

Agnes Gibboney Describes Her Son's Untimely Death 20 Years Ago

"First guest of the day delighted to have somebody I call a personal friend. She's a warrior for the truth. Agnes, angel mother, are you there? I am. How are you, doctor gorka? I'm good. I'm good because it's a Friday. However, I am sad to hear from you that the mainstream media don't want to talk to you lately. You have a very somber anniversary to discuss. Tell us what you wish to remind everybody across this nation of. Well, I wanted to remind everyone that this past Wednesday celebrated my son's 20th anniversary of his murder. And very heartbreaking that in 20 years, nothing has got in our country, but it got worse and disaster at the border. There's going to be more victims like me like my family and our government is doing absolutely nothing about it. It is very heartbreaking. This for some reason was a very, very difficult anniversary. I relive every feeling I had 20 years ago. And to make things worse. Let's remind everybody who hasn't heard you on our show before. And this is a photograph of you and me in front of the capitol when you asked me to speak with some other angel moms. You've got a T-shirt with a photograph of your grown son above it. It says permanently permanent family separation. How are you separated from your son talk to us about your son, tell a millions of lessons across this nation, your tragic story. Sure. My son was shot and killed by a previously deported criminal illegal alien who intended to shoot his friend in the back. And my son noticed somebody coming approaching him from behind in the dark as my son was leaving the driveway. And he fired in my son got Ebola in the arm. And I'm so sad to say this was particularly very difficult because this guy, my son's best friend, Robert, is my hero, or should I say, was my hero because he just passed away this past Monday, two days before Ronald X anniversary. So I'm very heartbroken about his loss. He was my last connection to my

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 2 months ago

Update on the latest sports

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"wright" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

07:24 min | 2 months ago

"wright" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"Why don't I just enjoy my life? And I guess Jay could have stuck around for another 5 or 7 years and try to win a third national title, or even a fourth that, but at what point do you go? I've done it. I've got two titles. Four final fours. I've been a national coach of the year. I'm in the Hall of Fame. You know, you only spend so many years on this earth. I don't want to do any more years of Zoom calls with 16 year olds. Of phone calls with parents. I want to spend time with my wife spend time with my children and not live that life anymore. Or at least live a slow down life relative to the life I've been living. I get it. I'm surprised by it, but I get it. And it doesn't mean, by the way, because you're going on ten minutes here. You want to keep going? Yep. It doesn't mean that he'll never coach again. I know he doesn't think he'll ever coach again. I don't think he coaches again. I agree with you. I'm just saying, I've heard a lot of people say he's done for good. And I'm like, eh, it's a long list of people. Actors. Musicians, coaches, all sorts of people who retire and then decide, you know what? I'm missing it a little more than I thought I would. I want to get back in it. I don't think that is in Jay Wright's future. I'm just saying, you know, you can never know for sure if this is actually the end, although I know Jay believes it is. And I think that it probably is. Power conference coach texted me 30 minutes ago, hugs is a self beheim who's next. Who's next? If you would have asked me that, like, who will just say, you know what? I've had enough. I thought it would be Tom izzo. I could see how I wrote that. How about this? After Kansas one, I wrote, I'm not predicting what happened. It would not stun me if Bill self decided to walk away from college basketball. I had the wrong coach. I had the wrong, although anything's possible, I guess. If popov, hey, listen, what if Popovich, there's plenty of buzz like that. I don't think about so. Who knows? Who knows? To that point. Yes, two sources reiterated. Jay Wright is you've actually had, I've seen a couple I haven't been able to keep up with the tweet machine. It's been on fire, and I'm trying to do too many things. But I did see our buddy borzello. Share an interview he did with Wright a few years back. Jay Wright's been on the record saying Villanova would be his last coaching job. I dug around on that earlier on Wednesday just to make sure and I had a source reiterate that to me. He said after he did the Olympic thing, I'm going to paraphrase because I don't have the court up exactly in front of me now, but he was basically like, he has said there is no shot. He has no desire, could not possibly coach those players for 82 games in a season. Jay Wright does not want to coach in the NBA. So keep that in mind. I also have, I just want to at least address this because I've seen it. I've seen it people have mentioned me, and I don't know if it was in the chat here or not. People are wondering, he's 60. It's Jay right okay. I mean, I can't, I'm not his doctor, but I have been given no indication that any of this decision whatsoever is health related. It is, it is mental and physical health related. Again, there's some burnout here. And I mentioned this anecdote on headquarters, but when I went and saw Villanova play Providence in the middle of the season, after that game, I was talking with Jay Wright, both on and off the record. About a number of things, and I remember walking away from that conversation thinking, I can't remember the last time Jay Wright was like, that long winded and animated about that many things. Not as long witness as me. No, no, no, he's got nothing on you. Nothing on you. And so it makes more sense now. That he's done this in the moment, I didn't take it to mean anything too too. But I remember thinking after we talked about what we talked about, thinking, Shay Wright's got stuff to say, and man, I wish you'd say some of that stuff on the record. But I completely if you told me now that Jay Wright knew that night that this was his last season after, again, I can't, you know, some of the self record after respect that. But I would completely believe that he had made the decision by that point. Completely. I didn't think it in my mind, but now having this as hindsight, I do think that that is certainly possible there. And to your point before parish, let's champion this decision, okay? There's nothing wrong with people if they choose to want to work into their 70s. If Jim behaim wants to coach until he's 94 years old, more power to you, we should embrace this. If you want to have a normal lifestyle, normalize retiring at 60 years old if you have the means and desire to do so. And I think that most people will do this with Jay Wright. I got to also perish as all this has been whirlwind around for the past few hours. This hasn't even sunk in in for me. Like Jerry, it's not coaching at Villanova anymore. He's not going to be part of the sport and the way that he has been. It's kind of weird actually. We had the farewell tour. We built up to it. I get it. The shock of Roy Williams was there, but there was always for like 5 or 6 years. There was like, we're always going to retire. One of these years, he's going to retire one of these years, and he finally does. Jay Wright, man, this is a ding, it is. Like, especially going to be fine. It's going to go on, but it isn't new era. Undeniably. Okay, no Roy, no right. You ready for this? 6 of the 12 most recent national championships are those men. O 9 is Roy, you can go back to O 5, but then the girls get smart. Ten and 15 are K, 16 is right, 17 is Roy 18 is right. And even in years when they didn't win the title, they also made the final four. It's weird, man. The only trivia time in ten seconds or less? Okay, let's go. Only current active head coaches in the sport with multiple national titles. Who are they? Bill self and Rick Pitino. Oh, that's a bingo right there. Bill self and Rick Pitino are the only active coaches now. With multiple national titles, obviously Hall of Fame coaches. And to me, it's just, I think like 5, ten years down the road, even longer, like there's gonna be a lot written podcasted said, maybe, you know, whatever documentary forms and any kind of mediums are there in 2035 about this 2022 final four. The duke Carolina angle, Kansas, and whatever happens with this program and self career from here on out, the fact that it was Villanova with Jay Wright and the final run for him. The idea that we were all sitting there watching the end of two Hall of Fame careers is amazing to me. And yes, you mentioned, I'm glad you brought this up before. Another thing, like Jay Wright retires, I haven't really thought about this. I don't know if he's a top ten all time men's college basketball coach. He's in the conversation for top 15 undeniably, but the thing that he'll have, he's the coach of the 2010s. That's his decade. Multiple national championships, Villanova wins 7 out of 9 regular season titles in the big east. Villanova.

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"wright" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

04:02 min | 2 months ago

"wright" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"It was like a few former players, maybe even a guy or two that's in the NBA, started to really know the deal. And some conversation outside the walls of that facility started to kind of get out. Jay Wright was trying to get this message across to the players that were being recruited to come into the coming to the program. And he accurately sensed that this might actually wind up breaking in a way where he would not be in a position to be able to meet with his team in a quick fashion and tell them the news. So he called a team meeting and at that point, I was told by a source, there's an impromptu meeting that's going to happen here. And who's to say, like, Jay Wright maintains the option for all we know Jay Wright wakes up Wednesday morning, thinking he's going to retire, but then has a conversation with Patti's wife and it's like, you know what? I'm Jay right damn it. I'm going to go one more year. So there was always that possibility until he literally told it to the people in the program. And then here we are. It was reported. That he was seriously considering retirement, which was true at the time. And now he is actually retired. He has done. He is leaving behind a massive legacy. This is humongous. It is stunning news for sure. But credit to Jay Wright for keeping it quiet as long as he did. Obviously a private decision. I think that he, I personally believe that he arrived at this decision. A number of weeks ago, and it was just a matter of finding internal closure and then making sure every single box GP every single box that he needed to have checked, leaving the program and the standing that he wanted to leave it to was indeed checked. That's exactly what happened. I got plenty more thoughts, but I'm going to shut up and let you talk now. Well, first some bullet point things on Jay Wright, just so people understand how accomplished this man was in the sport. He's now walking away from relatively speaking at a very young age. This is a sport where people routinely coach into their 70s now. And I think most people thought that Jay probably would. Certainly would have the opportunity and yet he walks away at the age of 60 with his program still operating at the tip top of the sport. This isn't a situation where he lost focus and the program slipped or anything like that. He's just walking away. For reasons, he has explained to some degree in a statement released, but for other reasons, I think we can accurately and appropriately discuss momentarily. Two national titles, 2016, 2018, four final fours, most recent one being earlier this month. Ten conference titles, 7 conference tournament titles, the Naismith memorial Hall of Famer. Two time Naismith national coach of the year, 6 time big east coach of the year, two time America east coach of the year, AP coach of the decade for the 2010s. In the past 9 seasons, 7 big east regular season titles, 6 of them outright, and in the two years he didn't win it, at least a share of it. He finished second. And in that stretch, also 5 biggies tournament titles. He's won 20 NCAA tournament games since 2016. That's more than any of the coach, more than any other program. This is an all time great. I heard you say that on CBS sports headquarters and he undeniably is and one of the points I made on headquarters is that there's a lot of guys who have accomplished a lot of stuff in this sport. They're not all respected by their colleagues. They're not all liked by their colleagues. But I can genuinely tell you, I don't think I've ever had a coach even private privately to me. Say something negative about Jay Wright. And I went and looked this.

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Wright resigns as Villanova coach, Neptune takes over

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Wright resigns as Villanova coach, Neptune takes over

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"wright" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

05:29 min | 3 months ago

"wright" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"When do things take a turn for this storybook picture of a family? It was in 2003, it was a horrible tragedy. The rights lost one of their children. Their youngest 11 month old Sierra, she died in her crib and authorities said it was because of sudden infant death syndrome. We call it sids. It's devastating for any family, but I think for the rights, it really was the beginning of the end for them. So is this tragedies reshaping their life? What is lorenzen writes NBA career looking like at this point? So when Sierra Wright died, not only was it just emotionally heartbreaking and devastating for lorenzen and his wife Sarah and their children, but it was also a coinciding with the downturn of his NBA career. And eventually in 2009, after 13 seasons in the league, his playing days were over. And what effect Lisa does this have on his marriage with at this point? After the death of Sierra Wright, things at home didn't go well for lorenzen and Sarah Wright. Their marriage had begun to suffer their accusations of infidelity on both sides, share a claim that lorenzin physically abused her, although no official reports were ever filed. Everything kind of came to a head in 2009 when the couple separated. And in 2010, they eventually divorced. So the twins, Lisa, the twin sons of lorenzen and shera, Lamar and shemar, do they remember any of the physical abuse you'd referenced there in their parents marriage? I asked them that. And they were vague with their responses. But remember, they were young, 8, 9 years old. Some of their older siblings, however, say that they do remember, particularly Lauren Wright, the twins older sister. She says that she does remember seeing her father physically abused their mother. I mean, it was like one instance when I was like 6th grade ish that I was like in the middle of my sleep and then I heard some thumping and stuff and then I woke up and I walked to the steps and I saw him physically assaulting her. But again, when I asked the twins, specifically, if they had witnessed any incidents of physical abuse, they weren't so committal, but this is what Lamar told me. Do you believe that your dad ever physically hurt your mom? People make mistakes. I know he wasn't happy with himself when he did it, you know? I know that at the end at the end of the day, my mom loved my dad. And my dad loved my mom. So lorenzen and Shara, they divorced in 2010, Lisa and lorenzen moves to Atlanta, but he's still comes to visit Memphis fairly frequently, which is what happened on July 18th, 2010. From what we learned, it was not unusual at all for lorenzen, even though he and Shara were divorced, it was not unusual at all for him to come visit Shara and the kids in Memphis, which is what he did on July 18th of 2010. The twins say they remember that night. They were surprised to see their father, but it wasn't unusual for him to just show up. Unfortunately, it was the last time they ever saw their father alive. I was laying there, and I was asleep. And he woke me up before he left and he was like, I love you or whatever. He gives a kiss on the forehead or the cheek or whatever. And I was like, I love you too. And I went back to sleep. After that night, that is when Lorenzen Wright went missing. And he was missing for ten days. Family members, Friends, everyone was contacted, who knew lorenzen, Cheryl Wright, at the time, said that she just assumed that he would show up at some point that he was off somewhere with a friend. He was fine. And he's fun. When I don't believe anything other than that he's fine now. His family was looking for him. Police were searching for him. Police have joined in the search for missing NBA player Lorenzen Wright as his family is starting to fear the worst. Days later, a 9-1-1 call surfaced that had been placed.

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TCU gets first NCAA win since 1987 with rout of Seton Hall

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

TCU gets first NCAA win since 1987 with rout of Seton Hall

"The first round of games in the west and south region saw the top seeded Vance NTC you end the three decade drought number one Arizona cruised to an eighty seven seventy win over Wright state advancing to a second round matchup with number ninety see you who captured their first NC double a tournament win in thirty five years with a sixty nine forty two victory over Seton hall in the west region number three Texas tech had little trouble with Montana state rounding the bobcats ninety seven sixty two setting up a meeting with Notre Dame who upset number six Alabama seventy eight sixty four behind a career high twenty nine points from Cormac Ryan Phillip gone San Diego

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Notre Dame beats Rutgers in double-OT to cap First Four

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

Notre Dame beats Rutgers in double-OT to cap First Four

"Notre Dame won a double overtime thriller over Rutgers eighty nine eighty seven while Wright state have the right stuff to be Bryant ninety three eighty two and the second day of first for NC double a tournament games in Dayton all I can send you and you have a late with one point four seconds remaining in the second O. T. and moments into Saint Patrick's day to enable the hours to survive and advance Atkinson led Notre Dame with twenty six points in the first game Wright state's Tanner Holden outscored the nation's leading scorer Peter kids thirty seven twenty eight to lead the raiders to their first ever NC double a tourney win I'm Tom Mariam

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Ex-Cop Who Killed Daunte Wright Hit With 16 Months Behind Bars

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:51 min | 4 months ago

Ex-Cop Who Killed Daunte Wright Hit With 16 Months Behind Bars

"Remember Kim Potter, this is the policewoman who accidentally shot. Daunte Wright. And you might remember from the video the tragic scene, he has Dante Wright, he's trying to get away and Kim Potter is trying to restrain him. She goes for her taser. And we know this because she even shouts on the camera footage. I'll tase you taser taser and then boom. She fires a single round and then she realizes she got her gun instead and daunte Wright collapses and then Kim Potter bawling collapses herself on the curb. So this is, I mean, it's horrific. It's a certain kind of negligence. I mean, you have to be trained to tell the difference between a taser and a gun. But at the same time, this was unquestionably an accident. And an accident by definition is not a crime, but nevertheless, Dante Wright being black. I think if he had been white a whole different story, but since he was black, suddenly it became, you got to prosecute or you got to charge her and sure enough she's charged with first degree manslaughter, which is a crime. And the jury in a kind of charged political environment goes ahead and finds her guilty. Both actually are for us to agree on second degree. Manslaughter and now Kim Potter comes up before a judge chew. This is Regina Chu for sentencing. And something really kind of remarkable happens. The prosecution is going for a 7 year sentence. In prison. Wow. 7 years sentence for an accidental shooting. And daunte Wright's family is, you know, piling on, they're like, yo, she should get the maximum sentence. She's not remorseful. And so they were there talking about how it was the worst day of their life, and of course I understand their loss. And Kim Potter does, because at the sentencing Kim Potter breaks down and she says to she says to daunte Wright, she says that the family of daunte Wright, I'm so sorry. I brought the death of your son, father, brother, uncle grandson, nephew, and then she says to the mom, Katie, I understand her mother's love. I'm sorry I broke your heart, my heart is broken for all of you. And this was so moving in the courtroom that the judge began to cry. This is judge Regina Chu and the judge basically says, come on, quote she never intended to hurt anyone, her conduct cries out for a sentence. Significantly below the guidelines. And so what does Kim Potter get? 16 months. And she's quite likely to be out in half of that.

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Daunte Wright's Parents Should Take Responsibility for His Upbringing

Mark Levin

01:33 min | 4 months ago

Daunte Wright's Parents Should Take Responsibility for His Upbringing

"Wright's parents were angered His father calling a slap on the wrist prosecutors had asked you to get powder a 7 year sentence While Wright's parents Should take some responsibility For the upbringing of their son who turned out to be quite the criminal at a very very young age They're lashing out at the cop I understand but Dante Wright would never have been in such a situation if he wasn't a criminal If he hadn't skipped bail if there wasn't an arrest warrant or bench warrant issued by a judge to find him and drag him back And if he hadn't used his gun to rob a friend a female friend of the rent that she had received if the she had allowed him and his friend to stay at her Apartment I guess for a night And that female friend testified how he put a gun to her head Or threatened her with his gun And that's not all Dante Wright had done in his short life Where he was playing with death playing with fire if you will for years And then this terrible accident occurred which we all saw

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Kim Potter Sentenced to 2 Years for Accidentally Killing Daunte Wright

Mark Levin

01:02 min | 4 months ago

Kim Potter Sentenced to 2 Years for Accidentally Killing Daunte Wright

"And so Potter was sentenced today to two years in prison For the death of Dante Wright she thought she was firing her taser Now why is that The 26 year Brooklyn center police veteran as the New York Post notes was convicted of manslaughter in December for the fatal shooting which took place after tried to flee a traffic stop Video from the scene showed Potter shout that she was going for her taser though she'd mistakenly pulled her pistol She fired a single shot before realizing her mistake Now judge Regina Chu said during sentencing this is one of the saddest cases I've had on my 20 years on the bench This is a cop who made a tragic mistake She'll be available or eligible for supervised released after 16 months in prison

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What Kim Potter Did Was an Accident, Not What Daunte Wright Did

Mark Levin

01:49 min | 4 months ago

What Kim Potter Did Was an Accident, Not What Daunte Wright Did

"Remember Kim Potter police officer who had a stellar record Senior police officer she even trained other police officers On how to be police officers Remember what we saw in her body cam Remember we saw a guy by the name of Dante Wright Who did threatening things to her gets out of the car and while they're trying to handcuff him jumps back into the car she fears trying to reach for a weapon A real Legitimate interfere because Dante write had an outstanding warrant for a violent assault on somebody else In a long record did Dante write and he was a very young man and long record of using a gun to threaten people And to hit people in my view just a matter of time till somebody would get killed in this case it was thought they right And so we saw in real time how Kim Potter accidentally pulled her service revolver and shot Dante right as he jumped into the car reaching for something And she was prosecuted She was prosecuted They wanted to throw her in prison The mob the legal mob other mob members wanted to throw her in prison It's clearly an accident But all the things that Dante Wright did was not an accident They were not an accident

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"wright" Discussed on Success, Motivation & Inspiration

Success, Motivation & Inspiration

04:16 min | 6 months ago

"wright" Discussed on Success, Motivation & Inspiration

"One book that you would recommend or audience if you could only recommend one book? I would recommend thinking grow rich by an unfolding pedal. Yeah. I love that book. I absolutely believe in the power of your subconscious thoughts. I think that's huge. And I think you really can manifest what you want in your physical life. As long as you want it bad enough and you put forth all the best efforts to get there, somehow you'll get the outcome that you're looking for. You might not necessarily know all of the steps, but take a look at that first step and just do that. Don't look at the whole staircase, just look at it and step at a time. That's awesome. I think I read that book the first time when I was 13 years old, my mom used to take us to these business 7 hours and stuff and grew up in a real rough household had a great example of a father there, but then we would get to visit my mom she didn't see seminars and I was reading books and stuff. Thank you, girl, rich, is one of the ones that changed it for me too. Just go on. I can determine what my outcome is going to be. My folder at steps and stuff, so the last thing that was for you, that's amazing. Absolutely. Yeah, that's actually required reading for every new hire here. So I was reading that until I already had my major life-changing opportunity for me. But that's required reading here for every new ire. So I read that and I saw the way that the owner here is truly living that. So I said, you know, there's something here, you know? That's awesome. What character traits devalue the most? Yeah, so loyalty, honesty. Hard work. I think those are good old fashioned character traits that never really go out of style. The timeless classics. So, you know, obviously just being in business, being transparent, and I've always found that the more that you can just layer cards on the table, the better the outcome of that business deal, whether it's even just saying, hey, you know what, there is no deal here. It's better to just you never want to be underhanded in business. And my opinion, I've seen guys try to take shortcuts and do this in the ads and it never works out for them and always comes back and bites them some way or another. So I think being honest and transparent is really important, being loyal, someone gives you a shot. They give you an opportunity. I think you should really give that your best efforts. Be prepared to show up even if you're not confident if you feel like maybe you're not quite qualified for that opportunity at the point in time. Be as prepared as you can be showing up with that preparedness. We'll give you the confidence that you need to carry that out. And sometimes you're going to fall on your face, but you know what? Turn that into a lesson. Big fan of failure to say get it out of the way. As quick as possible. Fail upwards. So that's good advice to you. So many people are afraid of failing, but then you get the other folks that say, well, just bail as many times as you can. That advice is not meant to be failed and keep failing at the same thing without making any changes. It's fail and make progress as you're moving forward. Absolutely. Yeah, it's so important. I know you got to get off here and just a couple of minutes, but what's the best way for me to hold you right now? Yeah, so I'm on all the social channels. You can find me on Facebook, it's team David at amado marketing that's M and O stands for Michigan and Ohio. So we're actually based in Detroit, Michigan, back in 76, we started in Michigan and Ohio before becoming a national wholesaler. So just to call back to our origins there. But yeah, team David Emmett marketing on Facebook. You can find me on Instagram as team David mo marketing and how marketing. LinkedIn, David Wright, WMS. And then you can always find us at our website at M and O marketing dot com. I'll drop those links in the bottom of your shoulders as well and you'll have a permanent page on the website. What dot com slash David hyphen, right? And that'll be a page that you'll have forever. They'll have your podcast episode at the bottom and search engine friendly. Your actual written text to your show. Awesome. Well, thank you so much for having me on today..

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"wright" Discussed on Success, Motivation & Inspiration

Success, Motivation & Inspiration

08:09 min | 6 months ago

"wright" Discussed on Success, Motivation & Inspiration

"Success. Motivation. And inspiration today I've got David Wright, executive director of practice development at immuno marketing. Tell me a little bit about your company before we get started. It's recording now so we can cut out. Okay. Yeah, so Emma do marketing what we do is we're independent marketing organizations. So we're a brokerage for financial advisers that are in the independent channel. And what that means is so you have your guys that work for the Merrill Lynch's and the morgans of the world, the UBS names that everybody would know and recognize. Financial advisers who are their own sole proprietor, they're running their own practice. It'd be David Wright financial. Those advisers have to contract with an organization like ours in order to access the different products, different money managers, different insurance carriers that exist in the market so that they can offer those products and tools to their clients. And do you start the company data? No, no, I wasn't the founder. I'm an employee here technically, executive directors, my title. So really it's my job to recruit talent, find financial advisers out there that we would want to work with. We don't want to just work with anyone we're really looking for the best you want to get better. And so I bring them onto our firm, they start doing business with us, and then I work with them in order to develop their marketing strategies. I do some practice development coaching. Anything to help them scale their business, really. Okay. And how long is there no marketing been around? Yeah, so that's a great question. We've been around for nearly 5 decades now. We're actually the longest standing IMO in the annuity space. We've been around since 1976. And we've always been privately owned by the same family too. So we are a family owned business here in Detroit, Michigan. That's awesome. How did you hear about the show what made you want to be a guest on these success motivation inspiration show? Yeah, so I actually heard about the show through mutual friend. I'm a big podcast guy. So started listening to it, I thought there was a lot of good messages being shared. And I'm all about that. As far as just being a medium to hopefully make an impact on someone else, if there's something in my story that resonates with them or they pick up something from the questions that you ask me and they can then implement that into their life that's something that really gets me excited. That's awesome. You've got a great personality. I know we just met here a few minutes ago on this video called presence on screen. Good voice and everything. So podcasting. Well, it's an honor to be a guest today. I appreciate you having me on. I know you have a lot of really successful people on your show. So it's just being honored to have my own my name thrown out there and associate it with those people as well. That's one of the really cool things about getting in the podcasting space here. I built a number of successful companies and having these connections, whether your guest or a host has been really cool to be able to just connect with folks that you typically would not have access to. Right. And the podcast community, it's so huge. It's vast. You can find people from all different types of industries and different backgrounds. And there's sort of this camaraderie between everybody that's working this podcast circuit. So it's a really cool community to be a part of. People per person. Yeah, I mean, this is a people business. It really is at the end of the day, financial services you're talking about life-changing decisions for people. And I certainly don't take that. I don't take that for granted in any way. So yeah, it's a people approach that really is the key. Not every marketing plan is cookie cutter or templated. Every adviser that I work with, they're all their own business owners. And so they have that entrepreneurial spirit. They really have a vision of their own. And it's my job just to help facilitate that vision. So I do a lot of practice development coaching. I do a lot of branding strategies, marketing strategies. We work with the media as well. So we're helping connect them with all these different media outlets so that they can get their message out there. It really is a very well rounded position. You know, I'm almost business coach, consultants, and then also annuity consultants. So I have to know the different products that we're offering and where they fit into the financial plan. So there's a lot of different areas that I advise on and many days. I feel like a therapist as well, because these guys are out there, they feel like they're on an island on their own. Their own business owner. And it can be tough when you're own business owner going at it. So sometimes you just need a friend. You need an ear to vent from time to time and a little bit of advice. So I'm always there for that as well. So you're a certified financial legend yourself as well, right? So I'm not a CFA. I am a WMS wealth management specialist. That's the designation that I hold. I hold a life insurance license. I have one time had my series 65, which would make me investment adviser while I had that license. So I did I actually started my career working in the field as an independent financial professional. So I've been in those shoes in the past. Which I think is really important. I try to stay in tune with the different shifts that happen with our industry just so that I can say, hey, you know, I am putting myself in your shoes and your position. I know the daily struggles and challenges that you face and the different obstacles. And there's a multitude of them out there. So I just like to put myself in alignment with the people that I work with. I like to look at it from their perspective and really approach it that way. And that was basically the reason for my question because a lot of the times these big companies come in and marketing firms or whatever that are trying to help solve the problem for the little guy, but they've never been in a little guy's shoes, and so they're out of touch with them with what the actual needs are of the client. That's a good thing you've been in those really in that position and had the same struggles and challenges that folks you're serving are. Yeah, absolutely. I think that's really important. Now, what is your personal definition of success? You have my personal definition of success. So what a great question. Everyone, obviously, has their own definition of what success looks like to them to me. I've always felt that success is something that's holistic. I'm not one of those guys who wants to sacrifice everything in the name of success. I'm not going to sacrifice my family on the altar of success or my hobbies and interests. So to me, it's all about living a well rounded life. You have to have the time where you say, hey, you know what I'm shutting off my phone for a week? I'm turning off the computer and I'm going out and doing something that's just for me. You also have to have the times where you say, hey, you know what? It's in the evening. It's past this certain time of day. Maybe it's time for me to just all the rest of the calls for tonight can wait until tomorrow. Let me spend some time with the family. So for me, it's all about getting the best of everything that life has to offer. Why not? We're in America. This is the American Dream. You can really have it all. Absolutely. Can I ask old York? Yeah, I'm 32. Okay, yeah, I was gonna say you look like a look like a young guy and the advice you give about the balanced life and enjoying having time to enjoy your family and friends and doing things other than business, something that took me just until a couple of years ago to learn. I worked my guts out for 20 years, 80 to a 112 hours a week and made a bunch of money and had an absolutely miserable life and nobody that could cause a friend or I would try to take in your advice that you just gave now. I should have had that 20 years ago when I was getting started. I realized and hey that money comes to those and enjoying life being able to enjoy the.

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"wright" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

01:33 min | 8 months ago

"wright" Discussed on The Big Picture

"Also a heartening tale as well. I gotta say I was watching my wife and I were watching What We Do in the Shadows, the TV show and we love it. And I was thinking about Taika Waititi, and there's a lot of parallels. What we do in the shadow is just like, that's such a fantastic collection of actors and actresses that are not like matinee idols the way the very narrow way they're perceived, but it's a wonderful sort of genre mashing ensemble, you know, that hits a lot of the same notes for me that the trilogy does. And it's interesting to me that Taika got to make his marvel movie, and it's a Thor: Ragnarok is my favorite marvel movie. And he gets to make another one and he gets to make these sort of Oscar bait type things that I like a little less, but I don't know if Taika would say that he's an admirer of or particularly a disciple of Edgar Wright, but this is another way it feels some ways like he's having more success some of the success that I wanted that I still want Edgar Wright to have, but there is something heartening about feeling like Edgar Wright's larger sensibility is out in the world and sort of reflected through other people, whether they'd admit it or not. I think that you're right. And I think he's also carrying on a tradition of from Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez and all the movie bradish 90s figures that he really looked up to and has since befriended. So there's a tradition in place that he is following. Rob thanks so much for talking with me about Edgar Wright. Anytime, if.

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"wright" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

08:04 min | 8 months ago

"wright" Discussed on The Big Picture

"Would be very hard to make a movie that was more theoretically my movie than Baby Driver. And like, I don't mean this ugly, but I do think I don't know if Ansel Elgort am I saying that correctly is the most compelling performer. I've ever dealt with. I was thinking about him and Michael Cera, right? An interesting thing about Scott Pilgrim to me the way it's aged like I loved it at first and I want everybody to know that. I was the first you and me. I believe you, brother. Okay, thank you. I did we discuss it where we were each other at the time. We were. I was in the twilight of my New York years, but it had to have come up at some cheesy dinner party somewhere between all the rap music talk. Of course. Scott Pilgrim is one of these movies for me that it's sort of like Ferris Bueller where the farther you get away from it, the less you think of the main character. You know, like the way people on Twitter love to talk about how Ferris Bueller is problematic. There's a person. And Scott Pilgrim is sort of gross. He's a show. He's a shithead, he's dating, you know, a high schooler. The movie isn't trying to hide that, but the farther I get away from that movie, the more I realize that it's the ensemble that really got me through that movie that made me love that movie. I did not expect to watch the entire script read that they did last year. I think it was an Entertainment Weekly thing and it was back when everyone wanted to consume zoom type content, but they got like pretty much every major person to read that script. And I just turned it on just to see what it was like. And then I watched the entire thing. I watched it. And I loved it. And then I had a thing for like a month. Where every day I watched the blooper reel, the Scott Pilgrim. I watched it every day. I'm a blooper real guy. This probably isn't a shock to you, but I just I enjoy blooper reels. And Jason Schwartzman splits his pants, et cetera, but I realized one of the things I loved about it is how often you can hear Edgar Wright laughing. Like how many botched takes and with him laughing, like the vegan please show up to arrest the vegan bassist and one of the vegan policemen can't get his sunglasses on, like he posts himself in the face and Edgar just busts out laughing. And I was thinking like, I don't know if there are any other directors where I know they're laugh. I know exactly how Edgar Wright laughs. And that really sort of that that's how I knew that I was really into this guy. And so Ansel Elgort for me and Baby Driver is a little bit of a vacuum to me. There's just so much style around that movie. And I love both Jamie Foxx and Jon Hamm, but they're all the dialog is so stylized and over hard boiled and like the movie is way too into the fact that he's named baby. You know, and it's like, it's time to face the music. Like, et cetera, et cetera, it's like Kevin Spacey talking about the post office. It's like, I really have to filter out a lot of that movie and just focus on the John Spencer blues explosion. But at its center, is like another man child, you know? And like a man child with a traumatic past who has, you know, I manic pixie dream girl like waitress girlfriend who doesn't really get to do anything else, but say I'm here for you whenever you want me. It's one of these weird things where it has all the style that I love about Edgar Wright and that should be enough for me. And I guess it is enough for me, but there isn't there wasn't the substance there wasn't like the kick at the end. Like there was with the world's end are Scott Pilgrim over the long term where I sort of rethink aspects of it. And there's a deepening of it for me. That's not happening with me in Baby Driver. Yeah, but as you say it takes years. It's true. I wonder if we'll come around more towards it. I like to quite a bit, but it felt like the first time he made a movie without a wink. And I think sometimes a movie without a wink is should be a good thing, playing it straight, but in Edgar's case and that laugh that you're citing, you know, his sense of humor is such a powerful tool. It's interesting to watch him kind of transition away from some of those winks, maybe towards efforting towards a kind of maturity, but I hope he doesn't totally abandon those things. I'm with you on the install elgort thing. I just never really got it. He's about to be the star of west side story, which is just wild. He's not good news. It's pretty crazy. Nevertheless, we participated in the Scott Pilgrim nostalgia economy last year too. We did a whole episode, me and Jason and September. And I listened. We could have had probably 14 to 18 more ringer staffers on. It's a offended that you didn't invite me. Well, you're now rob. That's true now. What else do you want to say about Edgar? I'm going to force you to rank your Edgar right movies. But before we do that, are there any other deep feelings you have about his films? You know, something I did yesterday and I'm still grappling with it. So ant man, right? I went to see ant man, and I remember sitting in theater like doing the thing where you try and see, like, where is the Edgar right in this? Like how much of it is still his. In my favorite scene in ant man, by far, I would have sworn to you with straight Edgar Wright. And it's when they're shrunk down and they're in this suitcase. They're fighting in this suitcase and somebody says, I'm gonna disintegrate you in the iPod says, okay and starts playing the cures disintegration. Starts playing plain song by the cure and incredible volume. And this is another thing that's just my head transferred on screen. And I loved it. I like when you and I talked about needle drops. I don't think that came up and I'm still mad at myself for forgetting it, but I would have sworn up and down that was Edgar Wright. That's such a pure Edgar right thing. But apparently it's not. I like Peyton Reed who actually who came in to finish it. I saw an interview like he loves the cure, you know? And they went through all kinds of things that the phone could do, give directions. Like, I can't believe that's not Edgar right. And I'm trying to decide if that makes me sad or if that means that his larger sensibility still informed the movie and was just filtered through other people that I can still watch ant man, primarily as an Edgar Wright film that's obviously not his, it's obviously a huge source of heartbreak in some kind of failure for him, but it still feels to me like him. And I don't know if that's sad that he lost control of it, or it's a good thing that he still has for me anyway, some control over it, even though he wasn't controlling it. You know, I'm glad you brought that up. It's a really interesting turning point in his career. I had a similar experience, I think when I first watched the film, I was like, oh, this is very edgy. And then now having seen the second one and realizing, you know, Adam McKay and Paul Rudd came in to kind of rewrite that movie and there was a lot of Adam McKay in that script as well. And also, one, I've talked to Peyton Reed a couple times on this show. He's also brilliant in his own right. It has a great visual sense. Great storyteller botched the most recent season in The Mandalorian. He's responsible for some of the best episodes of that show. But it feels like, you know, Edgar famously said, I really wanted to make a marvel movie, but I don't think marvel wanted to make an egg right. And you can feel him in the aftermath of that purposefully pivoting and clinging very tightly to the concept of original storytelling in movies. He's talking about eloquently in the past. Yes, exactly. He's protecting something now, not just the sort of future of movies, but something that is very personal to him, which I really admire. You know, I don't know if it's a fool's errand or not, he proved everybody wrong with Baby Driver. I mean, that was basically like an independently finance movie that was distributed by a studio that made over a $100 million that stars Ansel Elgort who isn't that great. So pretty impressive stuff from him. Last Night in Soho is even bigger gamble, I would say, because while Anya Taylor-Joy is one of the stars of it and she is extremely well known now, thanks to The Queen's Gambit, you know, it's a period piece in a lot of ways. It's psychological horror movie. You know, you wanted to ask me if this movie is scary. You want to know exactly what I want to know. Is it scary, Sean? I have all this movie, Sean. Oh shit. Well, it's scary, isn't it? The first hour you'll be fine..

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"wright" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

02:46 min | 8 months ago

"wright" Discussed on The Big Picture

"Know what you're saying I'm Sean fantasy and this is the big picture, a conversation show about Edgar Wright today we're talking with Wright himself about the director's latest the psychological horror movie Last Night in Soho, which is out in theaters this weekend, and his fascinating career of genre mashups revisions and wonderful reinventions. Before getting to our conversation with Edgar, though, first, I'm joined by ringer senior staff writer and the host of one of my favorite podcasts. 60 songs that explain the 90s, it's rob harvilla hi rob. Hello, your senior is staff writer..

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"wright" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"wright" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"I wanted to start the beginning here. Who was lorenzen wright. Lorenzo right was memphis tennessee. Anyone who knew him they all say the same thing that he kind of embodied. What the city of memphis was all about each chose to stay in memphis To play college ball and the city religious fell in love with them. Who's just an honor to play for is team. Because he has a great basketball tradition. He played two years at the university of memphis and then declared for the one thousand nine hundred ninety six nba draft challenge for the best best ball this momentum and went on to have a not a superstar career in the nba but a solid one. When you mentioned the city of memphis lisa and the ethos and the personality that city embodied and lorenzen embodying that what does that mean well to find out like you really have to talk to people who are from memphis and another one of memphis. Beloved sons has penny hardaway. And when you talk to to penny He says grit and grind. Does that memphis is. We really take pride in everything that you've you've earned him. In a city kind of arsim he was going to make you work all game. Lorenzen wright was that kind of grit and grind player that he wasn't going to make it easy on you during a basketball game. He was going to make you work for everything that you've got and you know their cities like that around the country that are just about you know. Blue collar hard were Leave it all out there. And from everything that i've heard and read and learned about lorenzen right. That's the kind of ballplayer than he was

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"wright" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"wright" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"Lisa saulters. You're here today to talk about your e sixty special and it's called a murderer in memphis and it's the story of the murder of former. Nba player lorenzen wright whose body was found riddled with bullets in a remote field out in memphis. Eleven years ago this month. This is a case that went years without an arrest. And even today is still ongoing. So what drew you to this case well. Lorenzen wright was an nba basketball player. Lisa is a reporter for e sixty. He wasn't a superstar but he was highly regarded big man for for all the teams that he played for So that alone the murder of an nba player. That's compelling enough but what really makes his story. Unique is how the murder of lorenzen wright how it affected everyone around him particularly his family. He had seven children. He had twin sons lamar and shomar. Who are now playing basketball themselves in college. Part of the reason no i play basketball is because i want to make sure people know that. We're continuing his legacy. We're gonna continue the right way. Forget everything literally fish. I forget everything out there. Fighting this lose since of everything else on this focus on basketball so we are telling the story kind of through there is how they are trying to live up to the basketball legacy that their father left and how they have coped with his absence and the gruesome way in which he was taken away from them so this is really a story about family. It's a story about twin boys. Lamar and chamara right. Who are still dealing with the after effects.

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"wright" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"wright" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"Lisa saulters. You're here today to talk about your e sixty special and it's called a murderer in memphis and it's the story of the murder of former. Nba player lorenzen wright whose body was found riddled with bullets in a remote field out in memphis. Eleven years ago this month. This is a case that went years without an arrest. And even today is still ongoing. So what drew you to this case well. Lorenzen wright was an nba basketball player. Lisa is a reporter for e sixty. He wasn't a superstar but he was highly regarded big man for for all the teams that he played for So that alone the murder of an nba player. That's compelling enough but what really makes his story. Unique is how the murder of lorenzen wright how it affected everyone around him particularly his family. He had seven children. He had twin sons lamar and shomar. Who are now playing basketball themselves in college. Part of the reason no i play basketball is because i want to make sure people know that. We're continuing his legacy. We're gonna continue the right way. Forget everything literally fish. I forget everything out there. Fighting this lose since of everything else on this focus on basketball so we are telling the story kind of through there is how they are trying to live up to the basketball legacy that their father left and how they have coped with his absence and the gruesome way in which he was taken away from them so this is really a story about family. It's a story about twin boys. Lamar and chamara right. Who are still dealing with the after effects.

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"wright" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

06:30 min | 1 year ago

"wright" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"I think i think he he needs to he needs to. Maybe he might think it's the right situation. I just don't have a good feeling jay wright and russell westbrook working working together. Yeah i'm just trying to think of the other jay right connections on the roster or in the organization you know when you said it. I'm just gonna tell you. I had not thought about that. I did ask him if a college coach was a possibility. Said yes in an international coaches as well And so i'm interested in. You know not. I wasn't asking you to tell me. I didn't mean to ask you anyway to tell were you. Were you got that from. I just think that it it. It's an interesting thing because jay writes been rumored for nba jobs before now personally. I think it'd be an absolute fool to come coach in the nba. He has one of the all time. Great setups at villanova. John eline i think made a major mistake a few years ago when he left to go coach. The cleveland cavaliers. Now i think he's older and even much older than j. right. you know. Jay wright certainly looks a lot younger years older. I think you're probably right. And i just thought that was a mistake. He had built a powerhouse at michigan. Played into chino finals and final fours and lost one of them to to jay. Right got blown out in that championship. Game a few years ago j. Right but i i don't know man like i always think the same thing. If you haven't established situation at a pow like he is turned villanova into not a blue blood. Okay and that is for my good friend. Carlos molina who went to villanova and my friend. Mike carberry and many others Who i know Live for villanova basketball and believe that. Villanova has ascended to a blueblood in recent years there not a blueblood but they are on the top line of the next tier and he. He'll go when he wants to go. There will never ever be a time. In which jay wright will be in trouble at villanova. There wasn't time where there was a time when he was in trouble at villanova. That's the irony by jay wright. Know right you know when they couldn't get out of the second round there for a few years all the villanova people wanted change and now that he's won two titles you know to within three years He's the greatest ever in their blueblood pro program. But i just think jay right in any of these guys that have the setup and by the way. They're getting paid. What it. It's not like the money's gonna be that different. It might be a little bit different. But it's not a lot different. And i know you don't have to recruit which you know for a lot of these coaches is the biggest pain in the ass of the job but villanova's almost recruiting on. Its own right now. Not that they're kentucky or carolina. Duke but they get a lot of players based on reputation and based on a lot of people looking at j. right as a great coach as a smooth guy. Communicator the whole thing. But i i don't see like you're right. Look if he didn't take the philly job last year Whereas i understand you know he was the number one candidate With the talent that they have in his home in the town where he's working. I don't think he's coming to washington to coach. So i mean you know that's just pie in the sky but that would that would be the number one guy on the list after that I don't i don't know i mean it's interesting. You know. I know tommy Made his bones with his international scouting And his international connection. Yes i don't know anything about international coaches so i don't know if there's Who was the guy who got hired in cleveland. I'm blanking on the name but that's not going and it didn't. It didn't last long with lebron. Right so i don't know how if there's any international coaches out there and You know. I mean becky having I think she's gonna wind up taking over for pop if she if she coaches anywhere in the nba. I think she'll wind up staying in san antonio so i don't think she's she's become here too. I don't know who the next coach is going to be. But but they're not gonna be in a good situation unless they can trade bradley beal get a bunch of lottery picks for him and start over again this right now. You're looking at a treading water situation all over again. No doubt your your your. This is the league. And it's the one. The biggest disparity In terms of the importance of talent over coaching it. There no other league comes. If you don't have the talent doesn't matter how great the coaches i mean. You've seen some really good jobs. Done by guys in recent years and spoelstra incredible job with miami last year. Jimmy butler was playing at a pretty high level I it's really hard no matter how. Great the coaches and by the way. That's what these college coaches who've come to the nba. Including brad stevens. You know have sort of realize it's just much harder like you. Your impact on the final result of the game is less than it is in college basketball. And it's less than it is in any other sport of the major sports he will. It just isn't as significant. You're not a single. You're more of a people manager and making sure that you know you got the right players in the right mix in you're communicating and they like you in respect to you and they play well together but you have to have the talent or doesn't work i.

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"wright" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"wright" Discussed on KOMO

"Wright's death an accidental overdose of driver was never questioned driver told police he suffers from mental illness but had to confess because his family was still suffering now that Washington state has eliminated hundreds of millions of dollars in tax breaks for Boeing the United States says it would be illegal for the European Union to retaliate Boeing ask state lawmakers for the change because the WTO ruled the brakes were unfair E. you the home of air bus and threaten to increase tariffs not only on Boeing but also other Washington state goods like food wine and even video games in a new filing to the World Trade Organization the U. S. says it's fully complying with the ruling Reuters reports in a statement an Airbus spokesman says that's just the claim and will need to be evaluated well thanks just a return to work but even more anxious about contracting the virus that's the message from oral high genesis dental offices look to re open as soon as the middle of the month more from couples Carlene Johnson dentists hygienists and assistants are an extremely close contact with patients valves added the water spring tools that send fluids flying and a dangerous virus that spreads from aerosol particles and the risk is high Jennifer is a bars Czech president of the Washington dental hygienists association tells come other members are very concerned and want statewide rules for dental offices in this New World of covert nineteen looking for some sort of minimum standards some offices of put up shields between patient bays that were previously open and staff are likely to be seen wearing a mask and a face shield make sure that this doesn't happen up ticket number in the spread just because we're providing care he's also been hearing from hygienist who say they'll retire early or just leave the profession over fears of covert nineteen Carling Johnson komo news the airlines were back before Congress today asking for more federal assistance but not everyone was warm to the idea that a Senate committee hearing Richard Blumenthal a Democrat from Connecticut said that the airlines were quote **** the taxpayers to bail out the industry this by not offering refunds to those whose flights were canceled to stem untenable cash drain and quote basically the airlines are going to continue the present practices but Nicholas Calio CEO of the lobbying group airlines for America says they have no choice for all of our members right now refunds are exceeding revenues he says forcing additional refunds would bankrupt the airlines Jeff postal accompanies the paycheck protection program passed by Congress still has plenty of money for smaller companies according to the small business administration in fact spokesman Jeremy field says more and more in Washington state are taking advantage of one thousand Washington for round two is one hundred thousand dollars in round one it was two hundred and twenty nine thousand dollars the program had initially been criticized for being a bailout for big businesses that didn't really need it and not having enough money for the small businesses that did state parks are open again with some restrictions as visitors will learn as they take advantage of this weekend's warm sunny weather parks are open for day use only and visitors are expected to observe social distancing guidelines to that end Mike stern back assistant director of the state parks and recreation department says not all the usual park facilities are available the structures are closed off many of the groups shelters are closed off at some parks parking lots are partly closed to avoid crowding and some entire parks remain closed some of the bigger pieces of that are along the Columbia gorge and also the ocean beach is part of the reason is that Oregon state parks are still closed stern back since our state would like to avoid a rush of Oregonians crossing the border to visit nearby Washington park's Corwin hate komo news all right we're coming up on eight forty now let's virtually connect to the Harley exterior sports desk with Cuomo's bill Schwartz who says this time tomorrow we'll know the Seahawks twenty twenty football schedule with viewership through the roof for its virtual draft the NFL will hold a three hour telecast tomorrow announcing the schedule for all thirty one football teams we already know the C. hawks will have home games against the forty Niners cardinals rams Dallas New York Giants New our jets New England Minnesota road games outside the NFC west include the hawks going to Washington Philly Miami Atlanta and buffalo Seattle's new free agent tight end Greg Olsen still has not been able to check out his teammates or new city in person and he's learning the playbook virtually you know we're doing installs learning terminology run game cascade pass protection trying to do this kind of virtual walk through kind of simulation type stuff to just get guys engaged get cash processing plays ocean signed on as a free agent after nine years in Carolina the re opening of St Louis from covert nineteen restrictions means the return of youth baseball games only three players allowed to sit in the dugout at one time spectators must be six feet apart the umpire stand.

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"wright" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"wright" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Wright the taal volcano in the Philippines island of Luzon erupted red hot lava gushing out and shouldn't steam forcing thousands of villagers to flee thousands of residents have already been awarded to leave that Hames training down as the flat forty five miles away in Manila suspending flights at the busy international at Porsche dolls lost major eruption was in nineteen seventy seven but authorities aren't taking any race Sky News correspondent Shaban Robbins you're listening to ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK California has plenty of experience with earthquakes so governor Gavin Newsom is sending a team of quick specialists supporter Rico which has been shattered by earthquakes big and small over the last two weeks the governor's office says the thirty one percent incident management team leave Sacramento for San Juan Sunday part of governor Newsom state budget would include funding to keep shelter pets from being euthanized his proposed budget would spend fifty million dollars to make that happen it would be a one time grant awarded to the UC Davis correct shelter medicine program to develop a program for shelters two thirds of Californians would support an amnesty program for gun owners who have high capacity ammunition magazines that's according to an opinion poll commissioned by the violence prevention research program at UC Davis more than six out of ten of those surveyed would also favor a proposed policy under which people with multiple do you I convictions in recent years would be barred from buying or owning guns for five years that's the news I'm you can look all has taking care of BK traffic a reminder about repair projects taking place on I five in both directions paving and new HOV lane construction in various locations the biggest one is both directions of.

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"wright" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"wright" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Jim Wright the trying to why go spend money on a seer do you love a guy who's not gonna change any kind of fortune and is not going to change anything one comes to the turnstile the phones in the ticket department are not gonna be ringing off the hook if the giants signed CJ crown gyroscope it's not happened right does that feeling I decide then even if they brought back Kevin Pelor people are not making their season ticket decisions based off of one guy they need to go out and getting a list guy for doing that that's why the pursuit of Bryce Harper made sense I'm not even sure Nick Castellanos would be bringing in the types of calls that they want to just go with the full full rebuild stick to the plan let the kids play and see who's see who swim since he doesn't have filled smarter now because my thought and I know the crew was totally against that he's like just inside cast the autos and sign this guys I'm back and I just think of myself you're either all in on a builder or you're not and I'm just thinking of this market in general to me winning is the only thing so if you win the come out to the ballpark and then by that very nature then those players will become stars that's what happened with Crawford and Bumgarner list of guys they just were homegrown guys they started when they became stars if you go get a bunch of the guys like we just talked about in the guys you just mentioned that the Tigers what after you're spending money to spend money and it's not gonna make any difference because people here smart they're not gonna come out for those kind of players and you're not gonna win more games because of it so what's the point look the best part of the two thousand nineteen season for giants fans was the fifteen game stretch when Alex Dickerson became a cult icon right and before June first known it heard of Alex Dickerson so going out and getting a CJ crow is a nice look optics twice the Detroit Tigers but the jazz have internal comments that they can grow some of their own guys and they can become the type of production are the type producers that you need to build a winning club yeah it's good to see a man good to see you as well all right a Kerry is coming up next is always a great giants of this bunch stuff going on who gets caught up and then locked in for the whole wide bowl Hawaii verses B. Y. U. I was gonna say it's a tough place to go like always seems sort of why the party too much and then play terrible the ballgame but that doesn't really apply to be a my great neutralizer yeah why year all yeah so in there they they've got a lot of fans over there so there you go don't sleep in the Bible all right carries up next have a great Christmas happy new year all those a tremendous things you've been listening to a pop in land mine is Papa came B. R. came here at them San Francisco vis sportswriter.

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"wright" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"wright" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"And now he's going to be the first otherwise, I've never really identified. I guess as a massive millennial even though I am one. So I wasn't super rooting for the millennials. But yeah, it was all about David, and I will say his pre-game bio he did home self similar to cooperate, obviously. But. Also merged with one of his engine extinction players, can you guess who that was? I am gonna guess Aubrey. Yeah. You guessed that a few weeks of Ray. But the onset was actually Joey amazing. Oh, yeah. Wow. He said he was like Joey amazing puzzle abilities, which really pan out, but also not his hair and his way with the lady. And it's like what else is there is Joey amazing. The one thing that he enjoy maisy. What have in common is that they both had the uncanny ability to create a fake idol that they both had that arts and crafts background. Yeah. I also realized that connection, but I feel like Joey amazing because he created the fake idol in its first season. Like, it's not hugely remembered, whereas David's fake idol was used on ghost island like a couple of weeks before these players only now. So it's definitely going to be top of mind. Okay. So let's see if there's any other similarities between David Wright, and Joey amazing, Debbie, Debbie. How is David Wright? Presented to the audience in his initial. Appearance in survivor millennials versus jenex well later in the season. I think Jefferson as a fearful new Roddick on wall, they use a lot of really mean descriptive about him. I think that he's definitely like the main character of the fifth episode either many things like he covered the via when they hoping them, boo. And he has the face when they could stick insect on him and cries angels of death, and like he's just basically should into be. I guess just an audible and without all the strategy that we're going to see come from him and without the transformation that's going to happen. It's not a really good. Look I have to say. But obviously watching it knowing what we do. We know that it's like the side of something, really brilliant. It seems impossible to me that he gets through the first episode at all I think I've worked out why that makes me feel really confident about him going into study. Because before I went back in washes stuff. I'm like, I don't see how he'll survive such an obvious threat. If anything he has his life, really unfortunate Giradi of being like, a potential liability and being Hugh. Threat which was like the worst possible combination. But he does make it through the first episode by getting one from he's not even secondary slivered plan if it's racial immensity. So in the end, I actually think that if you look deep his episode in wave is actually quite impressive. This should be a good thing for David Wright. Because no matter what happens to him in the first episode. It would be almost impossible for him to have a worse. I three days in the edge of extinction. It's so that like one of the things they also does that he accuses Poland can of having an idol, and then the debate should like ambush them, then he really obviously looks with either. But he doesn't find it. What is he doing? I was feeling how I felt as I watched him like, please I've decided to stand you can a little bit. But I think that the key of his first episode would things for me that that stood out. Chris says the David is paranoid..

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"wright" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"wright" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"I've been trying to open the box minds in still haven't done it. Okay. Also, I will say folks, I really appreciate all the amazing presence. We've gone over this. But it's all like don't give us stuff come on. We don't need it. Like, you know what I mean? Like, save your money come on guys to sweet I need it. No, I yes, I Hampton feels I. We've gotten. Cards and handful of gifts and a bunch of emails, and it's all just so nice. I agree with Hampton like you don't need to go out of your way for us. I'm holding selves. I'm holding a little bad ass Camaro because we both sit up on the patriot those I, you know, thousand bucks a month. We'll buy camera like someone it was this little toy Camaro. It's like these guys. Are you guys are like the absolute best? And yeah, I don't know. It's it's a tough thing to say, you don't spend your money on us because we appreciate the gifts. And it's like so kind. But if you're yeah, you don't need to do that. All right. So you got it out. Let's say you have like a little grasshopper helicopter mine looks like a spider where a helicopter. So it's pretty terrifying. But it has cute little feet. So that's pretty cool. All right. All right. Let's take a break. And this is like, honestly above and beyond. I just so thankful. Folks on the second half of the show. We are going to be talking about Whittaker. Right. He's basically the Bernie Madoff of invention. Since the burning MAG. Orville Wright Orval wrong scaredy, you propellers. You know, what I mean not affiliated with the Wright brothers Whittaker. Right. He was a conman. And we're gonna be talking about basically, this guy who conned a lot of people and then ended his life, basically because people caught onto damn. Yeah. Okay. All right. Let's take him out. All right. Here's the thing. A lot of times on this podcast. We advertise garbage. And we're lying. Like by these pants or whatever fucked pants buckle. I don't even wear pants anymore. All allies. I mean, look they're not lies. But I am at okay right now. I'm going to tell you about something that I truly it's weird. Because it sounds like I'm being insincere just across the board. What Dave, but it's called quip. Oh, and it's scripture teeth toothbrush toothpaste service. And I know that sounds crazy that I love it so much, but I have it and fuck in love it, dude. Because here's why I I've always been really bad about my teeth. Yeah. Worms every like worms there weren't. And now that I have quit. They're not worms any..

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