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"boykin" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male
"Were having arm encircle right then and we didn't know about it and I woke up the next morning and to see the news and I just couldn't believe it. You know our topic that night was aspirations. What are your aspirations in life and I thought myself gee what was George Floyd's aspirations and you know a couple of weeks later on Facebook his second grade school teacher showed up page and she had one of his projects cuz she kept all the kids projects to the years and you know, what projects said George Floyd's aspiration was become a Supreme Court Justice. Wow, where did things go wrong? You know what, you know, what is the institutional issues that are happening the cultural issue happening that play out on the street where there's not a person on the street white or black whatever that isn't one, you know, we're bringing that woundedness wage together and it's it's not helpful, you know, and To be able to come in to that with a sense of compassion for everyone. It's a tall order. People are in fear and fear and that lower level of Consciousness, you know their fight or flights. They're they're they're thinking and reasoning the shutdown to see logically, you know, it's the bolt and so you have people off balance like that and now we're trying to make decisions. It's not good step back find that pause and then this just.
"boykin" Discussed on Texas Titans Podcast
"So yeah, he's a he's an amazing guy. Before we close. John is an example of the power networking that I've met quiet and he's an incredible man incredible man into meet you into. A bunch of the collies work with John and his law firm across the country. And I think. That commonality you were talking about everybody had meet. That John introduced me to wants to do right wants to help their competitive but they they have a good heart nygren. Mike. My brother. Thank you I'm glad that we've got this friendship started. Thank you so much for coming on the Texas Titans podcast in debt. So now man I don't care if you're in the in South Carolina you can go update that. That linked in profile in on your bespoke you know website to say that you are at this time they know what the heck that means but brother, it makes up the debate. Thank was great. Jason. I hope we get a chance to sit down and. Break Brad sometime soon, it's a deal they arise might have. That's a wrap on another episode of the Texas Titans podcast. Thank you so much for being here. This has been a Texas Titans Media Production. If you will please take the time to go out to I tunes in give us that ever coveted five star rating. It would mean the world to me plus Jason Right now dot com sign up for the truyen letter and most importantly have an incredible rest of your day in week. Thanks for being.
"boykin" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Next segment will get into the Titans of the Broncos. In a moment we've got Josh Jacob's coming up. Who is one of these rising stars? We all know he was good, common attic College certainly worthy of our first round pick. I think 21st overruled by the Raiders. A reward of them immediately. Year ago, he went boxers and weak one that old line. Runk makes holes for him, so he'll join us coming up. We've got Tino Martinez to a little baseball. Miles Boykin from the Ravens, and by the way No, I mention it before, but I mean, it almost even snuck up on me. It is U S open week. This week. Thursday, Friday Saturday Sunday at Wing Foot, which is one of the more fabled You know, golfing events. It's at least five or six us Opens. There goes back to the twenties 29 59. I know there was one in 80 for there was one of those six. I was there for the water No. Six with with Phil. That was Phil's meltdown cell. You know, I think there's more than 73 74 is. Well, I don't know what Phil has little tiger has. But we will be treated to some pretty sick doll for a pretty great courses. A great venue, So we'll squeeze that in this week as well, Right? Yeah, I thought you were talking about the U. S open is like that. Just finished man. Just one that he did, Which is great. Kudos to her. No, no doubt. I mean, listen, everybody knows that listens to that show knows I respect tennis. I I admire tapped into the office is a true passion. Of the U. S open, But yeah, she absolutely wanted. She's Ah, She's happy she has what to do with that was that was a third one. She didn't have to, but we won't remember. She she was the one that backed out of her match. Earlier in the U. S open because of some of the things that are going on a country regarding raising police brutality on DH. Everyone else followed suit. Then she they all came back after a couple of days, and she ended up winning so great message for her statement. And huge, huge accomplishment for winning a third Grand Slam taught a game ton of character. No doubt s o, You know, Listen, let's get to last night. You know they're the field goal. This see, this is why I have long proposed that these kickers have too much influence on the game. I know that the Titans one I know that Paszkowski finally made one. He missed four field goals and a point after what? Ah, what a wreck. I mean, if you if you miss that one do just walk back to Tennessee. You could see after the 2nd 3rd 1, his teammates like arms or flannel like offensive lineman. It's visible on the left side of the line after the third one, I guess the leg and I couldn't see it was a tackle the garlic cheese Come on. I mean, it's it's ridiculous, and it's nothing worse than that. BT I can imagine. I'm just telling you when a guy is just he shouldn't be because he's a good kicker. He's been very good and he's just off. There's nothing worse than you know, winning a little away points. He used a different word, but I'm not. It's just It's like, come on, dude, you one job you want, and it's not like you are the other players on the NFL team that haven't had pre season. You can simulate what you do just by kicking. You mean right, usually not under pressure. If you are great, but it shouldn't affect you. It's his lineup. You know, Lina and kick it and do it right one out of four times. That's not a great percentage. Obviously, you want to tell me all right? You're right. They did have the ability to replicate what they do during the regular season during the summer, where other players and other teams weren't hitting each other, so you can understand some sloppiness there, miss Tackles whatever. You want if it's rated sideways, less if there was if it was snowing in Denver, you can't replicate that during the summer. Maybe I give you a bit of a pass. But and I'm not even trying to bury gas, Kowski. What I am trying to say is inherently. I still haven't and I've always had an issue with The fact that Ah fuel goal is, you know a little less than 50 per cent worth of its touchdown True, but it is what it is. It's I mean, he's going to score a touchdown is hard, exactly. Which is why it should be a lot more, You know, worth a lot more than a field goal. Yeah, but saying field goal. I mean, it's It's just the rules of the game that have been around for eons. Antiquated, awful. What do you want? What do you want it to be worth giving two points or making touchdown? 10? I don't know. Just do something. Because it's ridiculous that this little guy can these guys and actually some of the kickers now, most of them pretty jacked these days. If you look at pretty, you know, they tried on the starter with our buddy J feeling, you know that he's one of the first one started getting you and Kaylee, you know to speculate, and now he's all rolled up. Blackie loves on Jay was J was a football mentality, You know, even though he's a kicker, Greg, we love Jay. But Jay had that rough day in Seattle, too. He would have talked about all the years did became a Saturday night live Saturday night Live skit? Yeah. Which is crazy now, it would just be a mean one of these days. I don't want I have. I don't know this. I should know this played the given playing the game or I played the game for 20 years. I don't know. The history of why have touchdown is his six plus extra point field goal was three. Sandra, Look it up, get it. There's gotta be an answer to give me the exact origin. Yeah, like one who determined a field goal is where three and a touchdown is worth somebody. That's who. I don't know if there had to be a reason to it, and it's funny because you just said that I've never even thought about why, like why the score is scoring is what it is everything else in sport. Is you score? It's a point. No, no, not the N b. A. It's two or three. Well, you know what I mean? Free throw. You know what Toby, but it's like baseball's a runs a years ago. I got seven doesn't make crosses. 16 doesn't make any sense. It makes no sense and listen, Mike, come from cricket. Cricket. Cricket. You know you hit a You bet your sport you tell Mei it's it's for a boundary is for if it flies over the boundary at six. We G o wise. It's just one run. You gotta go back and forth. You know, maybe I don't know It's an interesting Yes, I got it. I got to look that up because I'm now I'm genuinely curious. I want to check it out there. The break to. I've also got to check out at some point the next game. Whether or not big fans, you'll learns that you could actually use timeouts when you have him. Vic Fangio. Listen to this. But you know diesel doing back to back because it obviously works that way. Don't the question was asked, but I'll set it up briefly. The first cut you'll hear is about not using the time out last night or time outs, plural. He kind of defended it. And then this morning when he circled back to it, I guess it was a local radio station. I think, Hey, basically said, Yeah, I should have burned a timeout, so he had a little time to sleep on it. And here's Nick Fangio on that. There feel kicker and obviously been having his problems, so I didn't want to extend the drive to where they could get closer. Number one and number two. You know, we would have used the time out, but we got the running back out of bounds. We would have used the second time out, but they threw an incompletion. You know, which would have given us one left when we got the ball back. So that was part of the thinking..
"boykin" Discussed on Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner
"Let's meet the extraordinary my Oceania again, Anderson. She has so much wisdom. Boris You are GonNa love her. Welcomed extraordinary women radio, my Osha at such an honor to have you with us today. Thank. You so much for having me I'm super excited about being here. Yeah, and it's. It's been fun getting to know you these past couple of months. Wait belong to a group together and it's just a lot of fun. To. Hear your stories to get to know you. Yeah, it's been super exciting I've been able to meet some amazing women and getting to know you has been a joy Oh. Yeah, I love the whole interview connections group. That's just such. They're amazing women. And curated such an amazing group, so yeah I I agree. I made some really really good connection, and that's the way I truly believe in connection by believe in just camaraderie in collaboration, so it's been really good. Felt the same way he really do. So our role isn't just so much turmoil net right now, and there's so much changed happening in a lot of the changes really overdue. I'd love to start with. What's your hope for the change that we're stepping into as a world as a nation great question actually I'll say that my hope. Is really centered around. Consistency in Feb right making sure that what we are experiencing today, it's not just. Temporary. Right we. The. This systemic. Cultural Pandemic, the systemic. Financial pandemic the systemic. Interracial you know pandemic is just something that cannot be. Eliminated overnight, so my hope. Is that this will be ever. Going back it will not end that we will always be cognisant of the ill. That exists, and that we would consistently be mindful of making sure that we are moving towards progress like at the end of the day. I just do not want this to be a temporary thing. Where when the cameras are gone, we are right back to status quo. That's what my hope is. You know you look back on. We look back on history and the conversations that have been going on for so many years. And it it comes back down to is we can't. We can't just you know. Get through a time period and then make that switch it. It's going to be a continuous. Conversation that needs to be had. Yeah Yeah, and and also recognizing that it's not just. One people fight. This fight is for us all in. It's going to take. All of us. To bring about change, it's it's literally it does not land on. People's shoulder. It is truly a shared effort. Between us, all absolutely agree with that, and you know one of the things I. Just I like to ask. This question is is. You know. As a white woman! Why does it that I should be doing and I? Now I need to be doing my work. I need to be you know learning and growing showing up and all sorts of things. Is there something that you say to white woman listening. On the show today that you want us to know. Here I think you CONTO touched on it Cami is really just educating yourself. On on the plight of the African American community and knowing that there's so much story in there's so much history and not just in America. African. You know the African culture, not just african-americans, but Africans and black people everywhere. There's a story. The good thing about where we are today is that we are seeing that this is not just an American problem. Right it is it? It does not just exist with black people in America so. It's not just an african-american problem. Right it is. It is a black people around the world, so I would just say <hes>, not only two white women or white men, or <hes> or anyone else. I would literally say educate yourself understand the plight and know that there is a story when you when you see us one thing I've been hearing. And I'll tell you as genuine s some people. <hes> intend it to be. It really does something inside of me. Win I hear. I don't see color
Myoshia Boykin-Anderson From Nowhere to Tech Millionaire
"Let's meet the extraordinary my Oceania again, Anderson. She has so much wisdom. Boris You are GonNa love her. Welcomed extraordinary women radio, my Osha at such an honor to have you with us today. Thank. You so much for having me I'm super excited about being here. Yeah, and it's. It's been fun getting to know you these past couple of months. Wait belong to a group together and it's just a lot of fun. To. Hear your stories to get to know you. Yeah, it's been super exciting I've been able to meet some amazing women and getting to know you has been a joy Oh. Yeah, I love the whole interview connections group. That's just such. They're amazing women. And curated such an amazing group, so yeah I I agree. I made some really really good connection, and that's the way I truly believe in connection by believe in just camaraderie in collaboration, so it's been really good. Felt the same way he really do. So our role isn't just so much turmoil net right now, and there's so much changed happening in a lot of the changes really overdue. I'd love to start with. What's your hope for the change that we're stepping into as a world as a nation great question actually I'll say that my hope. Is really centered around. Consistency in Feb right making sure that what we are experiencing today, it's not just. Temporary. Right we. The. This systemic. Cultural Pandemic, the systemic. Financial pandemic the systemic. Interracial you know pandemic is just something that cannot be. Eliminated overnight, so my hope. Is that this will be ever. Going back it will not end that we will always be cognisant of the ill. That exists, and that we would consistently be mindful of making sure that we are moving towards progress like at the end of the day. I just do not want this to be a temporary thing. Where when the cameras are gone, we are right back to status quo. That's what my hope is. You know you look back on. We look back on history and the conversations that have been going on for so many years. And it it comes back down to is we can't. We can't just you know. Get through a time period and then make that switch it. It's going to be a continuous. Conversation that needs to be had. Yeah Yeah, and and also recognizing that it's not just. One people fight. This fight is for us all in. It's going to take. All of us. To bring about change, it's it's literally it does not land on. People's shoulder. It is truly a shared effort. Between us, all absolutely agree with that, and you know one of the things I. Just I like to ask. This question is is. You know. As a white woman! Why does it that I should be doing and I? Now I need to be doing my work. I need to be you know learning and growing showing up and all sorts of things. Is there something that you say to white woman listening. On the show today that you want us to know. Here I think you CONTO touched on it Cami is really just educating yourself. On on the plight of the African American community and knowing that there's so much story in there's so much history and not just in America. African. You know the African culture, not just african-americans, but Africans and black people everywhere. There's a story. The good thing about where we are today is that we are seeing that this is not just an American problem. Right it is it? It does not just exist with black people in America so. It's not just an african-american problem. Right it is. It is a black people around the world, so I would just say not only two white women or white men, or or anyone else. I would literally say educate yourself understand the plight and know that there is a story when you when you see us one thing I've been hearing. And I'll tell you as genuine s some people. intend it to be. It really does something inside of me. Win I hear. I don't see color
New Season, Who Dis?
"Hey y'all you're listening to. Podcasts celebrates the everyday victories for anyone who has other or like an outcast. We're excited to share with you. Everything that has happened one and giving them two bucks compresses waiting. L. I'm Alex Berenson Recreational prosecutor a professional teacher and assist lesbian and my pronounce. Her today is my next door neighbor. Right next plane eyeball and its offshoots and my pronouns are mine mine. And I'm Willa. Near the poster child for politically anxious aging feels and the Creator of the Foundation a nonprofit organization supports the LGBTQ community with access to help them on this. I'm also assist in my bones. Are He him like Alex? Said this is our first episode of season two and we cannot express how thankful we are for the engagement. We got from season one. This has truly been a passion project for all of us and I'm so happy to be back for more. If you have anything you WANNA HEAR. This season can write us in podcasts. At I m out DOT ORG or sled into our DM's on instagram at outcasts underscore podcasts. I wanted to start today's episode by bringing our listeners up to speed so a little game let's all name. Three things have happened to us. Since the end of Season One L. so highlights would say I went to Israel for the first time for a friend's wedding and I absolutely fell in love with it. There everyone was so nice and I briefly turned into a chickpea for a short time as the Hummingbird I ate chat on so that was really fun at work like my career has really exploded in the last year since we ended season. Once I've been really grateful for that I you guys probably know. I work at Good Morning America so I helped started. Book Club there Beginning to read dozens of amazing books and the best part about that is I don't have to pay for them and finally probably the biggest highlight. I got an instant pot also for free cheap queen and I'm still managed to set the fire alarm but wonderful update. Yeah well Oh yeah so I. I took the L sat three times. I applied to ten law schools and now and may not even decide to go way. Hashtag indecision twenty twenty. I booked in eight week working adventure to Florence Italy because of the aforementioned stress inducing political climate and midlife crisis not And I also. I celebrated two years as a vegetarian And I'm about ninety percent Vegan. So is that like the grades that you get from other. Vegans like wearing leather jacket. Is that an a minus thirteen. Plus plus rexy as I mentioned before i Anna self-professed Cardio Queen and I did a half ironman in Chattanooga and then went to Berlin and ran the Berlin marathon. Ain't got my best time ever. I also watched all fifteen seasons of repulsed drag race and drag race. Uk Catching up on my badge. Because up until this year I had not seen any of it. Shocking gas yeah where. You're going to be watching that EILLY and most transformative -ly this summer. I had a rapid palatal expanders in my mouth and I talks like this for seventy five days and I couldn't say the letter K Because I couldn't tons of the roof of my mouth and I An architect and my name is Roy. Horlock and there are a lot of Kay's in my life but now I'm happy to report that I'm doing okay in your mouth was my mouth beautiful and I'm on week. Twelve of invisible line so brooks was kind of like walking me through what he the dental work done. And he's like. Oh yeah I'm getting a tooth pulled out and I don't think that I fully comprehended which to was. It was the exact front to. He forgot he was getting done. And I think I was down in. He sent me a picture so close up with like a hundred Shins. And then just a giant gap like turnstile at the subway and we have to engineer MOS so plenty. I thought I looked like hockey player. He did you definitely like upside down Madonna. We started out the outcast podcast episode one by talking about the first time we ever felt. This was a big moment for us. Sharing our story to audition for KINGSPORT IDOL. That's right the three thousand person town replication of American with out there and I was doing my little Jennifer Hudson thing and and it was great. It wasn't till after performance with my parents greeted me and they weren't excited and they weren't happy at all. I realize actually quite upset and it turns out that they had heard kind of snickering in the crowd. About how gay I was in the ninth grade and you were an art class. The teachers it was Mrs Shuts. She was a healthy woman and the kids. The very kindly nicknamed her Mrs Ship tits and my friend. Kevin Grabs this Crystal Ball. That she had lying around and he started is such an art teacher. I know so. He took this crystal ball and he started going around the room. Predicting People's and I was like Oh my God. Please let the bell ring before he comes to. 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My accent comes out but now I WanNa talk about twenty twenty. It's the New Year. I know we were already well into the air. But it's the dawn of our new season. I love goal setting last year. I asked that we all pick an Emoji of the year. Our spirit emoji. Let's listen to what we all chose. And then I'd like to give our listeners at home and update. I think that my Emoji for the year is going to be the Kissy faced with a heart. John Let's say and then you have one. That has yeah. She won art. I I don't like the Kissy faced with no heart because it looks like the way that children draw the giants Jarvis bad and so Michael Return nineteen is a but in D- I think pretty much. Just a but yeah. I WANNA work toward the bike. So I think is the crosswalk little story about. Why and the reason is if you've ever read this book called and don't see the movie it's fucking terrible. Eat pray love. I know I found his Any pre loved. She is challenged by a group of friends to find a word that means something to her so at the beginning of the book. They're like what's your word like I'm fucking up. And by the end of the book she is in Italy and she over hears her Italian friend across the street saying Ottaviano but it means to literally to crossover both in across loch but also to make a transition
"boykin" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Miles Boykin it opens with guys like mark Andrews Hayden Hurston these are guys who right now are tremendous tremendous weapons and then the teaching aspect of it you just fall Greg Romanek I talk until right there James Irvine the quarterback coach these guys have developed a curriculum for for the March that relief center weights when he is in really then from there once on his weaknesses in which you see now is the kind of performance that you see they really they're great teachers up all coaches are the great teachers they find out how all players learn best all players perform the best and they don't find them if they're a square peg into a round hole they just make everything around them so they can ultimately pass the test is like a teacher does in the test in the NFL's winning games and their winning games in the winning games in droves and this guy right now is making everybody go back to the drawing board go we have good teachers yeah we doing it the right way and really the right way right now isn't what how how you maybe thought it used to be it's whatever works best for what you've got I wrote down three things Greg Roman personnel and hard work because this young man by all accounts works his **** off and it's never just one thing but as I'm watching you said everything like this so if you if you can explain it based on what you haven't seen what is it you're saying the the large part is talent right I remember when I used to go watch recreational ball not go watch my son they always put the best player at quarterback and that guy was better than the D. line he's better better than the linebackers better than the D. means he was faster quicker stronger and then when you watch Lamar Jackson.
"boykin" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Boykin it opens with guys like mark Andrews Hayden Hearst I mean these are guys who right now are tremendous tremendous weapons and then the teaching aspect of it you just sold Greg Romanek I talk until right there James Irvine the quarterback coach these guys have developed a curriculum for for the March that really extension weights when he is in really them from their end once on his weaknesses in which you see now is the kind of performance that you see they really they're great teachers up all coaches are the great teachers they find out how all players learn best all players perform the best and they don't find them if they're a square peg into a round hole they just make everything around them so they can ultimately pass the test is like a teacher does in the test in the NFL's winning games and their winning games in the winning games in droves and this guy right now is making everybody go back to the drawing board go we have good teachers yeah we doing it the right way through and really the right way right now is in what how the how you maybe thought it used to be it's whatever works best for what you've got I wrote down three things Greg Roman personnel and hard work because this young man by all accounts works his **** off and it's never just one thing but as I'm watching you said ever seeing like this so if you if you can explain it based on what you haven't seen what is it you're saying the the large part is talent right I remember when I used to go watch recreational ball not go watch my son they always put the best player at quarterback and that guy was better than the D. line he's better better than the linebackers better than the D. means he was faster quicker stronger and then when you watch Lamar Jackson you see the exact same thing.
"boykin" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Miles Boykin you know if it's with guys like mark Andrews AT Hurston these are guys who right now are tremendous tremendous weapons and then the teaching aspect of it you just sold Greg Romanek I talked to my dear James Irvine the quarterback coach these guys have developed a curriculum for for the March that really accentuates when he is in really then from there once on his weaknesses in which you see now is the kind of performance that you see they really they're great teachers that's all coaches are the great teachers they find out how to help players learn best all players perform the best and they don't try and fit them if they're a square peg into a round hole they just make everything around them so they can ultimately pass the test is like a teacher does in the test in the NFL's winning games and their winning games in the winning games in droves and this guy right now is making everybody go back to the drawing board go we have good teachers yeah we do it the right way through and really the right way right now is how the how you maybe thought it used to be it's whatever works best for what you've got I wrote down three things Greg Roman personnel and hard work because this young man by all accounts works his **** off and it's never just one thing but as I'm watching you said ever seen him like this so if you if you can explain it based on what you haven't seen what is it you're saying the the large part is talent right I remember when I used to go watch recreational ball not go watch my son they always put the best player at quarterback and I got was better than the D. lining is better better than the linebackers better than the D. means he was faster quicker stronger and then when you watch Lamar Jackson you see the exact.
"boykin" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Insure boykin county, Debbie laws WTMJ while we do have rain moving our way. It's nothing. What other parts of the midwest or dealing with parts of Missouri near the Mississippi River are underwater correspondent Laura Podesta this young couple is frantically looking for a new place to get married. Their dream wedding venue is sitting in feet of water after heavy rainfall overwhelmed a Levy in Saint Peters, Missouri. Only part of the pavilion. That's showing is the top your by in Winfield Missouri residents. Or using voles of sandbags to try to protect their homes from the encroaching. Floodwaters many areas of Texas also dealing with severe flooding President Donald Trump heading to the Florida panhandle today. Speaking to supporters in an area ravaged by a powerful, hurricane President, Donald Trump will speak to supporters tonight at a rally in Panama City, Florida a community still fighting for disaster aid several months after hurricane Michael category. Five storm that ravaged the area. The president's visit comes as the flora panhandle braces for yet another hurricane season while still recovering from the last one and Panama City, the cost of cleanup exceeds the annual budget, the city estimates Clinton virtually reach one hundred fifty million dollars, the average annual city budget is just ninety million. Rachel, Scott, ABC news, Panama City. Wisconsin's morning news sponsored by Waukesha stayed Bank, partnering with businesses because of what they bring to the community coming up a change of leadership in Madison schools, delete TM do steam seven thirty five being. Part of a community means caring for those who protect it. That's why Waukesha state Bank supports our first responders and local businesses like five alarm fire and safety when you think community you can't help, but think of our heroes police firefighters and first responders, and I think of Jerry Fleischer of five alarm fire safety equipment. I I bet Jerry when he purchased the business in two thousand fourteen from financial and building to setting up convenient commercial banking services, like remote deposit and positive pay. I'm proud that Waukesha. State Bank is part of the five alarm team. Whether it's equivalent or training, everything Jerry does if I'm protecting our finest. Now, that's ROY that's five alarm fire and see if that's community at Waukesha state Bank. We know you're passionate commitment to the community is important. Learn more about how we support local business heroes every day at Waukesha, Bank dot com..
"boykin" Discussed on KTRH
"Boykin to who voted against the layoffs says mayor Turner pulled a fast one by including four hundred demotions on top of layoffs knob in thirty years or Lieutenant I have ranked the way he's trying to implement this say, okay, Dwight you have to go back to Leonard salary because you'll have a college degree council's ethics committee will meet Monday afternoon mediation, talks between the union and mayor's office will resume Thursday and Texas is settling lawsuit over an advisory earlier this year, claiming the douses of non-citizens were voting in the states agreement reached between the state and Texas league of United Latin American citizens which had sued over the advisory. The state has agreed. To rescind the advisory but the secondary excuse me. The secretary of state's office will still be briefed by DPS potential illegal voters. The advisory contained a list of non-citizens on Texas voter rolls of several errors were found the data. Austin state lawmakers maybe expanding Sunday alcohol sales. The Texas house has approved a Bill that would allow stores to sell beer and wine starting at ten AM Sundays instead of current star time of twelve noon, the provision part of a larger Bill reforming the Texas alcoholic beverage commission. Republican state rep drew Springer introduced the amendment saying the ten AM start time would match what's allowed at restaurants and bars undercover at law. The amendment would not affect liquor stores, which are not allowed to be open. On Sundays Coriolis NewsRadio seven forty KTAR h suspect in the shooting of Texas football player turned himself into police. Twenty four year old Asia Jackson is accused of shooting two people including redshirt freshman defensive lineman. John Scott, the third police say that the shooting happened during altercation. At apartment complex, swimming pool. Saturday KTAR h news time is ten three. Details. Verging of the accused killer who attacked a California synagogue Saturday. The report now from Fox News officers swarming Brancheau -squitoes neighborhood where nineteen year olds shooting suspect. John Ernest reportedly lives with his parents can I get to house, and they said knows an active scene. Punditry?.
"boykin" Discussed on KTRH
"Dwight boykin who voted against the layoff says mayor Turner pulled a fast one by including four hundred demotions on top of those layoffs. Thirty years or Lieutenant I have ranked the way he's trying to implement this say, okay. Dwight you have to go back to land number salary because you don't have a college degree council's ethics committee will meet Monday afternoon mediation, talks between the union and the mayor's office will resume next Thursday. Jurors said Moore notes asking for guidance as they attempt to reach a consensus in the case against a J Armstrong. The jury asked to Harris County judge for help today Armstrong is accused of shooting his parents and Tonio and Don Armstrong to death in two thousand sixteen. Here's county. Prosecutors say AJ had a bad relationship with his parents, but defense attorneys say an intruder was the killer Armstrong could get life in prison with the chance of parole. A Houston man is dead after jumping out of a moving vehicle on I forty five police say the man was arguing with his boyfriend when he leaped out of the car early this morning there. I sixty nine an SUV then ran into him seconds later developers of. Proposed high-speed train between Houston and Dallas are getting some pushback from the state legislature this session. Well, the plan has been to buy a corridor of mostly rural land along the two hundred forty mile route and then build the train, but a number of landowners say they are not interested in selling. They have supporters in the state legislature filing bills that may derail the project and issue as the question of whether Texas central partners has the power of eminent domain as it claims that it does Nick rank cabbage NewsRadio seven forty KTAR H local copies, a hero for helping comma boy who was pinned underneath a car and clear creek this morning of surmise. Green was positioned near the scene and says first graders and older brother alerted him to the accident, boys. Scooters they're moving kind of fast. And as she accelerated from the stop sign it came up from behind her turn right front are. And it looks like she may have hit a Maui. Green work to come the boy until firefighters were able to.
"boykin" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"I started using friend that way. And I thought about like, no, that's not my rain. Right. Like, I'm like, no, no, no, no. I get it. You mean acquaintance, really? And I like to me when I say friend, I mean, something stronger than that. And now everybody's gonna make it to that level. It's hard to be a friend to for me anyway, because just like I don't count everybody almost that ain't that the truth. And the thing about me like you say, you get old you go through things people disappoint. You people use you speak on bond person experience, and you get to the point where you go. Oh when it comes to for like this. I require a certain level of. I don't wanna say personality, but I require a things that my friends, and I realized it I'm gonna tell you right now. I am special and everybody can't handle me. And I understand that. And everybody cannot require my requirements for being a friend. You know is a lot of people. They're very they're very flaky that you can't trust them. Like, it's a lot of things. Like like, if I call you a friend like like like we like we rolled out. Is certain things that I require of you, and that's fine because as my friendships, so I can require whatever the fuck, I want to require the friendship, you either meet the standards or you don't, and I think for some people some people actually raise this standards of friendships, then they wouldn't go through some of the shit. They go through a people. But you learn as you get older. Yes. So. We all think in net with friends specially in are you based on context boykin says where we live where we go to school or work of mutual friend groups can be the initial foundation of our adult friendships, some of these refrigerators will grow into a deeper more intimate emotional bond and someone naturally fade away over time. But it's not all tiers and tiny violins,.
"boykin" Discussed on Blogging the Boys
"The last question leave you with an I end every prod cast what this it's probably my favorite question that I asked you guys just want. I want you to describe to me to everyone listening. What the NFL team that draft? You is going to get in miles boykin when he steps on the field for for practices for games. No matter what game. It is. No matter what we get is. What is that NFL team going to get outta miles? Boykin? Yeah. I think when when the team dressed me they're going to get a complete football player. Not this Awad receive, you know, they're gonna get somebody who can play special teams, you know, I can block when I need to and I'm gonna make big plays when I need to. But, you know, above all of that I'm gonna play the game when it's hashing love and proved everybody around me that, you know, this sport is something. That's great. And, you know, don't take it for granted at all. And I love the sport. Good deal, man. Could you I appreciate you coming on miles. A lot of fun. We all miles boykin Notre Dame wide receiver. He'll be at the combine at the end of February make sure tuning in on NFL network. He has this product coming out March twentieth. That's correct miles. Yes. March twenty eighth his produce. And make sure your following that check him out at his pro day. Check them out at the combine. He's one of the top receivers in this draft class. He has size. He has the hands his route running ability to Aflac abilities, really got it all so we're excited to follow your journey throughout this process, man. And we'll we'll talk soon, and hopefully, maybe get you back on after the combine as we get closer to draft. Thank you for having me. Thanks so much miles. This was Connor Livesey with the talk in the star podcast NFL draft. Interview addition or think miles for joining us and our thank everyone for listening. We'll see you guys.
Discussing allegations of Trump hiring undocumented workers
"The law. They will be terminated immediately out front now Steve Cortez member of the president's twenty twenty reelected visory council and Keith boykin, former Clinton White House aide, Keith your reaction. This is typical Trump inconsistency. We see this in in the pattern in the past. We know that he was having his Trump's search that were made in bang. With us. We know the Trump ties were made in China. Trump suits were made in Mexico where the Trump was hiring workers seasonal workers who are foreigners for mar-a-lago in Florida. We also that Trump's wineries were hiring seasonal workers who are foreigners in Virginia. Yeah. So Trump does a lot of talk about immigration, and how horrible it is to have foreigners coming in and taking our jobs, but he's one of the chief culprits who's guilty of that practice, but the predator talked about their keep is legal immigration in those cases at mar Lago and at the winery say a key distinction. This is illegal. Let's be clear, and let's also be clear the New York Times said in its story. There's no indication at all that the president knew about this or that management of Trump or just make one point on that. Okay. Because I happen to know people who work in these industries and have to hire people, and it is common practice for people to submit false paperwork and everybody knows they do it because you can't get enough workers. And they do it. They have fake numbers. They do it. Everybody knows that the IRS even knows they do it. The times actually says they ran. Ms Morales, quote, unquote, security, number social security, number who several public databases non got a match, which is indication. It's invalid number on the back of the green card doesn't correspond to the format used any basic smell test. It would appear this is this is quite common. Okay. So when they say, oh, we have strict tiring practice. I don't know. All I caught. I don't doubt that some low level manager shows do not look with a skeptical. I we're talking look kind of demeanor. She made. I mean, she wouldn't she wouldn't have been hired by the president. All right. She wouldn't have been talking about him. I'm just saying the console you're saying it would manager that new right? And here's the thing. What this case proves. I'll be the first woman. It's Miley embarrassing for the president. Of course, someone who rails against illegal immigration turns out he has one in proximity to him working not just resort. Nations. Others. Well, no one that we know over to in this literally cleaning his personal. So clearly Tommy the, but here's the thing. You know, what approves the fact that she was able to work there in the fact that she used counterfeit illegally used conifer documents to get that job. It shows us how pernicious and pervasive. This problem is of illegal immigration is a hypocrite as the Trump does not like these things seriously. That's not fair. He did not hire company really was serious about about not hiring illegal immigrants as he called could've rented basic due diligence test to to through e-verify approve. This wasn't true. Trump bragged on the campaign trail that he did either at nobody which nobody knew nobody didn't nobody's fail. Clearly, he was talking specifically. This. He was talking specifically about the new Trump hotel, which was his newest project, and he was he said, he said, no. And he said emphatically no-one illegal is hired. We did e-verify throughout. So that was important. This one was hired before he got into policy. Let me ask you a question. Stephen. And you tell me whether you think it's relevant. The New York Times reports she doesn't speak English, which would not necessarily mean citizen or not. But she's made the bench, which does not speak English. Trump asked her her name where she was from with our basic English. And she said, I'm from Guatemala, right? And his response was quantum Amal's work, incredibly hard. And here's the button, see was generous. Right. Tipped her. No one saying that. But but but I mean, look he's got a lot going on. But it would appear a little bit hard for him to have not really at that point. Why should he say, hey is everything I I'm running this platform? Can we make sure everything's if she were sent from Guatemala, and then he would say are you a legal? You would attack him for being biased against the Spanish vies against warn people suggest that he would say that to her. He would make that game. Cow was not doing like because everybody else to do. The Trump wants the police officers in ficials in every city in America to be asking immigrants in this country. People who look different news, that example to cooperate with federal law. Illegal aliens. And the hypocrisy of you talking about the Trump hotel e-verify thing when Trump built his own very own Trump Tower, nineteen eighty he hired polish undocumented workers to build that tower. His stiff them he didn't pay them, nor that it's true. It's documented and Trump. This is a history goes way back. It's not to something. He started doing recently. He's been doing this for decades. And he doesn't really care about immigration, except as a wedge to use against his opponent vilify people who we think can be easily demonized. That's totally untrue. Here's here's his suggestions. Rather New York Times article today, there are eight million illegal works in the United States. I actually think there's quite a bit more than that. But let's just accept the times. There's eight million illegal workers think of how much higher wages would be American citizens, particularly working class people do a lot of these menial jobs that we're talking about if we didn't have eight million illegal workers competing with them in the labor market. Donald Trump identified the unfairness of that. He realized that both parties Republican democrat were complicit in tolerating if not encouraging illegal immigration. So you're. Saying the president's willing to hire people to do jobs for more than Americans and stiff no out of which. Is he saying he identified this problem ran on it in two thousand sixteen and he thought. He's the exploiter of the reason why he was hiring hiring premises though, that he interviewed her new illegal been hired her anyway, but we do know what even I know knowing people in in in in the broader, whatever restaurant business, or this is how it's done under the table, fate numbers everything. Everybody knows speed. The service industry is not to be aware of that that that's how he's business offering those this. Of course, she's where those businesses are largely operated that way. But he also is aware that it needs to change that it's incredibly unfair. It's not example sample at home, why should any Benny ditch at once? Got all be once. He let's she was legal. He did not know she's a legal guarantee. She's gone now. I will quite now. That's the whole thing. Right. She's getting kicked out. But yeah. By the way, I mean, she should she should she's not illegal worker. She used counterfeit documents to ten jobs. The president is the victim in this. And one thing she's a very courageous person to come forward and speak about this issue courageous I'm bringing into hiking gruesome, Donald Trump is knowing this you will comparably lose her job, and maybe deployed courageousness. Into america. About hiring people who know that you you've been railing against in your campaign. That's not curry decided we hit pause for now. Thank you. Both good to see you both in person and next CNN uncovering you evidence of questionable ballots in North Carolina tonight allegedly to help the Republican candidate that of the North Carolina. Republican party is out front next to respond plus acting EPA administrator Andrew Wheeler today rolling back. Rules on the coal industry is the same. Andrew Wheeler who used to lobby for the coal industry that story.
"boykin" Discussed on WEEI
"Stepped up a quarter. Your shot shuttling. I have to go up in the bulldog. Four snapped a borough hand of Rosset distracted five four three two. What a knockout fourteen ago here in the fourth quarter. It's a scoring touchdown predict bro. Snap Dale up to metal. I touched. The huskies. Huge pile. Over time. Snap back to Brian Lewinsky loves it left side like car. He has scored touchdown MSU seconds to play. Book fakes the inside Kip throws to the end zone. Miles boykin. Credible. Boykin? Touchdown. Montages some of the biggest games this past weekend or this week. And I guess in college football wanna thank Michigan state's radio network..
Trump administration sued over Arkansas' Medicaid work requirements
"A lawsuit has been filed this over a new Medicaid, requirement in Arkansas. Three people on Arkansas's expanded Medicaid program suing to prevent the state from. Enforcing its new requirement that would drop coverage for them. And thousands of others if they don't have. A job the state said last month more than five thousand people. On the expansion program didn't meet a requirement that they report at least eighty. Hours of work in June and July and. Face losing coverage if they fail to comply before the end of the month Arkansas was the first day to implement a Medicaid. Work requirement in June a federal judge blocked Kentucky for enforcing a similar
"boykin" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Just a triple up I do I I think that there. Was an affair yes at Ted behind this look Joe let's think about this. For a second if you wanna see what the deep state really looks like you just like a rod, Rosenstein and and why they have gotten rid in I don't understand only. Because they don't want more from left rod Rosenstein as part of that deep state and there's actually a dictionary definition of. A deep state and it is it is essentially. People from previous administration that are. Now end current administration and. Interfering with the agenda of the current administration and that's exactly what you have with rod Rosenstein, it is Lieutenant General, Jerry boykin that's that's a strong statement I don't think that Jeff Sessions should have recused themselves to begin. With and rod Rosenstein Stein whatever he pronounces it but but the fact that he's the lead now and he clearly is, a guy that can't be trusted, how does the president move him. Out of? That, job without. The optics being so bad that you've got like this guy Coding Tennessee who basically said the military in America. Should rise up and have a coup against President Trump how do you stop people like that from getting even more vocal Well it's very difficult very difficult now if he had an attorney general that that had the leadership and and and really the and, I like Jeff Sessions understanding is. A wonderful guy has a time when you really have to, have some, incredible leadership skills to deal, with the situation like he's, in, now and it was a bad mistake, I think from from my. Perspective for him, to recuse himself he says. I've talked about his says he had to recuse himself well then they shouldn't have taken the job. But he's a wonderful guy but right. Now wonderful, guys are what's needed we need, some leadership, at some courage in there right now to to handle this situation and, look rod Rosenstein is about the only one I mean you've got this all over, the you know the executive branch and you can go over to the department of defense the worst place where you had this deep state phenomenon is at the State Department and that's where bike Pompeo's. Leadership is actually probably going to pay off is ferreting these people Finding creative ways to either move them all, our, our situation where, they want. To resign and and the last thing is Cohen wanted to give struck a purple heart amazing amazing I have two purple hearts I have the scars to show you where those two purple hearts came from and that is the most offensive thing that I've heard a congressman, say throughout this whole investigation had. Guy ought to be taken out and humiliated well I could, not agree, with you more but then, again he doubles down by, singer, should be a military coup rising up, against the president is attorney. General Jerry boykin, I I would be remiss. To not bring this up at the time and we're almost blown through like twelve minutes without even. Try to help we can do this. Again soon, but religious freedom is on the, way back, in this country that's one of the things that we squelch under Obama, and even bills before him but especially under Obama where you're forcing people to bake, cakes forcing people to take pictures or forcing people to go outside of their religious beliefs because There's some progressive ideology that we should be secular and there. Shouldn't get religion or there shouldn't be one religion Christianity what. Are your thoughts on what the president has achieved so far do you think the. Attacks from the left have anything to do with the fact, that he's trying to restore American values he's not to reported things and you can go Number one he appointed Neal Gorsuch to the supreme court yeah number two he wrote an executive order all religious liberty and then had Jeff Sessions publish implementing instructions go find that online and you'll find that. Just how user friendly this president has been not to mention the fact that he'd been the most pro-life president, that, we've had in the bottom line is deal agreed with me that? The attacks from the left have a lot to do with the fact that he's trying to restore those values and give? People the ability to worship as they see fit There's no question about it they had eight..
"boykin" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Furnishings and it should be either right on the beach or within walking distance to the beach i don't mean six houses in i don't want to have a heart attack any to the beach carrying the beach furniture there you go now last year when i made this appeal a wonderful man who had a home on cape may called in sent me an email and said does this meet your qualifications and he sent me a perfect home it was perfect and then he made the critical mistake of all husbands the critical mistake he made of all husbands as he did not check with his wife i'm looking for something here he did not check with his wife and his wife nixed it and he didn't have the nerve to say to me my wife killed the deal he just kind of disappeared don't do that here's my email walter am sterling a g mail walter m sterling a g mail this is where you can send me information about the summer home that you're gonna let my family stay in for two weeks and we will turn it into a celebrity home a celebrity home walter m sterling genome i have to find something here richard boykin left the room i lost something very important where is it and i have to talk to you about chicago o'hare which is the worst airport in the world we're doing our show live from wls in chicago tonight and i wanted to chat with you about simply safe right about now if you're alone at home this is the time of night where you start to hear things differently things that you the sounds you knew during the day all of a sudden becomes scary simply safe s i m p l is simply safe is a brand new home security system it's home security dunrite what does that mean instead of those awful wires.
Man sexually assaults 4 kids, all 5 years old, at Prince William County day care, police say
"In the world that we especially at don't expect them to happen in toronto the driver is in custody so far motive has not been released police say they have taken into custody twenty nine year old travis ryan king he's the suspected waffle house shooter that killed four people on sunday lieutenant carlos laura of the nashville police said that officers tracked him into the woods and identified the suspect as you're walking through the woods one of our detectives kyle williams noticed a person a suspect in the front in front of him as he was walking forward he the suspect turned around and detective william saw his face and realize that that is the suspect we were looking for assistant teacher in an early education center in prince william county under arrest tonight accused of inappropriately touching multiple children the investigation started in late march according to prince william county police when a five year old girl who attended many land academy in bristol went to her parents telling them about an encounter with an assistant teacher there her parents went to the police investigators discovered three more victims all five years old who place aid been touched inappropriately by twentysevenyearold taylor boykin of nokes ville police say the sexual assault stretch back a year to march two thousand seventeen boykin was arrested in being held without bond facing twelve counts in the case steve birds on wwl and wwl dot com the president of france emanuel mac hall and his wife are in dc ahead of tomorrow night's state dinner this white house press secretary sarah huckabee sanders this visit will celebrate the long enduring friendship between france and the us discussions will include economic diplomatic in global issues the first lady has taken an active role in every detail and planning of the visit including the state dinner which will be held tomorrow evening and we're looking forward to very successful state visit the exact details of their talks have not been announced bill cosby's lawyers have rested their case and his sexual assault retrial the comedian did not take the stand he didn't testify at the first trial either which ended in a hung jury last year closing arguments are set for tomorrow cosby's charged with drugging and molesting a woman at his house near philadelphia back in two thousand four he says it was consensual the.
Ex-Seattle Seahawks QB Trevone Boykin charged with assault
"The disabled you can find that site by going to komo news dot com slash hotlinks former seahawks quarterback trevan boykin is in jail tonight facing an assault charge after his girlfriend accused him severely beating her at his home in texas police arrested boykin today after looking at home security video of the incident boykin squirrel friend says he broke her jaw and choked her unconscious during an argument last week he's now charged with aggravated assault the seahawks released the backup cuba yesterday in a statement boykin denied the allegations the everett man accused of sending packages of explosive powder to multiple government agencies reported concerns about high tech terror and body control in nine one one calls released today they can bloom the cycle carney michael wait now i want to speak to an officer at all because.
"boykin" Discussed on WLOB
"Court arguing why it should be allowed to buy time warner the government is arguing against the deal things got heated us defense attorney daniel petrocelli crossexamined government witness warned slicking who's the head of sling tv slicking testified that the turner networks owned by time warner are must have for slaying because of all the live news and sports they provide but petrocelli challenged him on that pointing to pass coats by his boss who had said cnn may have been must have programming twenty years ago but it's not anymore and that gets to one of the central arguments at this trial how the changing media landscape impacts whether at and t should be allowed to buy time warner the government argues the merger should be blocked because prices will go up but the company say that won't happen since they already face so much new competition from the likes of netflix hulu and amazon at us district court in washington i'm connell mcshane fox news seattle seahawks have released their backup quarterback is he comes under investigation for dmed violence seahawks cut trevan boykin after report that the backup qb was accused of severely injuring his longtime girlfriend cops in mansfield texas investigating the allegations made by chabrier bailey that boykin beat her unconscious after an argument over text message she detail the altercation to dallas tv station wfan somewhere else 'cause it was so much completely functionally constantly bailey adds that boykin fled the scene at the hospital when staff questioned her about the injuries there is an award out for the quarterback's arrest at this time boykin was charged with assault after getting into a bar fight back in two thousand fifteen matt napolitano fox news.
"boykin" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Wgn this is congressman danny davis and i'm proud to support my friend cook county commissioner richard boykin for re elect richard boykin has fought every day far neighborhoods leading the effort to stop gun violence and bring in money back to our community i live in the first district and i want a strong and independent voice on the county board re elect commissioner richard boykin pay for a friend of richard boykin this is richard boykin i approve this message invest your tax refund in a kitchen renovation that will pay dividends for years to come hi it's tom jackie of the edge kitchen and bath showroom with lindsey of the mr fix it show tom the kitchen is where people spend so much of their time i know so make it incredible let our top designers show you are gorgeous kitchen cabinets countertops and flooring we can meet any design need and budget and tom you have the best professional designers they listen to your needs and bring your dream kitchen to life on a giant screen and it's all free of charge book a free consultation today plus you have hundreds of gorgeous granite counter countertops and will install them in ten days or less with complete customer satisfaction the edge kitchen and bath showroom and builder supply outlet on cermak road at twenty fifth avenue in broadview or the edge on one hundred fifty i in orland park and online at edgekitchenandbath dot com the edge kitchen from builder supply outlet if you have hard water the limescale not only leaves white spots it clogs pipes and breaks down appliances costing you hundreds of dollars in energy and wear eliminate limescale and other water issues like brown staining bad odors and lead with hydrocare water products available from wave home solutions wave's affordable systems don't use salts or chemicals you'll love the way your water tastes smells and looks satisfaction guaranteed for more information go to goodclearwater dot com that's goodclearwater dot com thank green hi this is tony corey owner of green tea longhair now is the time to have that beautiful lawn you always wanted.