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"goodridge" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Bad negative -ment. On in. London. Videoconferences are not the most lively of events especially when they're about heavy topics like the climate crisis. But this week an Indian businessman and engineer mix things up during a Webinar for climate week nyc he spoke about India's role in tackling climate change in rhyming verse, a Uniform Carbon Tax would protect on our backs connected by intonation state. Universal in its straight universal in its rate nuttier goodridge calling for a universal carbon tax in his couplets there he's the managing director of Goodridge Industries in Mumbai. The company produces soap and vegetable oil golden age also produces his own poems for nearly ten minutes. He took webinars on a poetic journey ninety eight rhyming couplets in all so many benefits we can see the preservation of biodiversity. Now, different species can be tried use for products can be supplied like file mask or edible fruits. Goodridge told attendees that attacks on emissions would be pricey two trillion but not a zillion goad reg also rhymed about the benefits of Renewable Energy as soda is to getting. JIFA. And ask restart digging DEEPA. In, India, it would go of being cheaper even cold in just a handful of yours already we're not. Assaulting Soda in Nature City, at lower rates than from the utility imagine the possibility go reg ended his poetry slam calling for unity among global stakeholders saying it would be great if all stakeholders could collaborate attendees express their enthusiasm for his poetry in the video platforms chat box I have goosebumps that was so good wrote one participant. For a Webinar in climate change, goad regs flow is unassailable from Manana Studio I'm Marco Werman, work twenty four seven when we're not in your ears stay safe be strong. Have a great weekend. We'll see a back here on Monday only..
"goodridge" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Rides. On door. Ah, Goodridge doesn't the imagery this immediately prompted Michelsen door PDS White House correspondent. To tweet out. Madison Cawthorne made it a point to stand, suggesting that all Americans should stand during the Pledge of Allegiance. National anthem was a direct rebuke of actions by people, including black athletes, who are currently sitting out games protesting police brutality. So literally a paralysed man standing for the national anthem, suggesting that is good to stand is bad because other people don't want to stand. So in other words, the only thing you should have done is continue to sit for the pledge of allegiance in the national anthem. What absolute horse pucky, But this is the world in which we now live in where it's controversial to stand for the national anthem because it might make other people feel bad that they're not standing for the national Act. Um Absolutely incredible. There was another good moments of the convention last night. Mike Pence used my framing vice president used my framing when it came to Joe Biden. He suggested that Joe Biden is a Trojan horse for the radical left. When you consider their agenda, it's clear. Joe Biden would be nothing more than a Trojan horse. For the radical left. A choice in this election has never been clearer. The stakes have never been higher. Last week, Joe Biden said Democracy is on the ballot. And the truth is our economic recoveries on the ballot. Law and order are on the ballot. But so are things far more fundamental and foundational to our country. Well, that is exactly right, And we're starting to see the poles shift in the direction of Republicans, particularly in swing states like Wisconsin. Why, well, because the Democrats have decided to basically down play a lot of the looting the violence, and Joe Biden finally was forced to put out a statement yesterday spoken statement. Condemning violence and looting. He spent the entire first half of the statement suggesting that the police are systemically racist and the black people are routinely being murdered by the white racist infrastructure. That is the beginning of a statement calling the waters here go In fact, that is basically giving incentive to people to ignore the last half of the message, which is that violence is is not necessary. Here's the thing they really three views of America that are currently on the table in United States. Vue number one is that the American system is rooted in incomparably excellent founding ideals and that we can tinker with that stuff. We can improve it right? That's sort of the Republican conservative message. The second message is the message of BLM and 16 19 project. Which is the American system is rooted in evil and cruel and malicious and false ideals. It has to be torn out at the root, and if you fail to attempt to tear it out at the root, then you're a racist. And then finally, there's the third message, which is that America is indeed routed an evil, cruel, malicious or false ideals, and we can work within the system to change it. Okay. And that is basically the argument that bite makes despite his happy talk about the founding fathers, which he doesn't actually believe there was Joe Biden, making the case that America is indeed systemically evil, cruel, malicious and wrong. Filled with horrible people. But if you just give this octogenarian old Democrat power, then he'll fix the problem for you right up. Also, violence is unnecessary. So definitely listen to those systemically racist police telling you to get off the streets. I have a feeling that this self contradictory message isn't going to actually calm the violence at all. When I saw that video makes me sick. Once again a black man. Jacob Blake has been shot by the police in broad daylight with the whole world watching, you know our hearts and with his family, especially his Children. Horrible with they saw watching your father get shot. My Chiana Floyd. They're asking Why Why Daddy protested..
"goodridge" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Friday's shooting death of a black man at the hands of Atlanta police here's CBS's Jeff put gays in Ghana district attorney Paul Howard explained his decision on whether to bring charges will come down to if the officers believed that even as he was running away racial hosted thrasher the officers who felt threatened by that teacher it's not a lethal weapon is a non lethal weapon investigators are being closely examining the tape and say the critical moment is when the shots are fired here in California the state's Attorney General Hodierna Sarah is proposing new reforms for police to require verbal warning when feasible before using lethal or less lethal force your prohibit shooting at or from a moving vehicle providing only for exceptions that require such actions to end an imminent threat to human life a major ruling by the Supreme Court on Monday gay and transgender people can not be fired because of their sexual orientation Alphonso David heads the Human Rights Campaign today the United States Supreme Court on the right side of history declaring that sexual orientation and gender identity discrimination or both prohibited under federal law the Supreme Court decision was sixty three with Chief Justice John Roberts and trump appointee Neil Gorsuch building with the court's liberal bloc with covert nineteen cases on the rise Tesla workers in California staged a protest on Monday they want to know what their work location is a hot bed here's reporter Julie Goodridge with KPIX TV not a big protest crowd but their message direct.
CMS' Dr. Kate Goodrich Discusses Measuring and Rewarding for Value Under Medicare's Forthcoming MVPs Program
"This podcast will discuss measuring and rewarding for value. You with Dr Kate. Goodridge Director of CMS is center for Clinical Standards and quality and cms as chief medical officer. Kate welcome to the program. Hey David thanks for having me appreciate it. Dr Goodridge's bile is of course posted on the podcast website on background. As I've noted previously Americans Americans are forced to spend over one trillion dollars annually on healthcare that is of low or no value that is healthcare that does not improve ones health status well Medicare officials have implemented numerous value based payment programs and demonstrations this year these arrangements financial reward either quality the or reduce spending growth. They do not reward value or spending efficiency defined as quality or outcomes achieved relative to spending on on November first. CMS publish the agency's final twenty twenty Medicare quality payment program rule that announced beginning in two thousand twenty one cms institute to MVP or America's incentive payments system value pathways these value pathways will be created to financially incent and reward quote unquote high value clinicians this means cms will begin to measuring reward Medicare physician performance based on value or spending being efficient Oregon. Outcomes achieve relative to spending listeners may recall I discussed measuring for healthcare value or spending efficiency with University of Michigan. Professor Besser Ryan Andrew O.. Rien excuse me. This past may eleventh and in later May I posted on the website. A related I say I wrote for Bloomberg Law again with me to discuss measuring rewarding value under Medicare specifically part B. Physician compensation cms. This is Dr Kate. Goodrich so kate With that as background. Let's get into this MVP initiative live as. You're well aware. In Twenty Twenty fifteen macro legislation replaced the Medicare sustainable growth rate formula used to update Adderley Medicare physician reimbursement with MIPS again. Nips the merit based incentive payment system MIPS measures every words physician performance using four categories quality.
"goodridge" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Fifteen years ago this week, Massachusetts became the first state in America to allow same sex marriages that followed a court challenge, led by Hillary, and Julie Goodrich, the couple wed as soon as they could with great fanfare and protest till death. Do we part we part, they divorced less than five years later? The Goodridge's say in winning the right to marry they lost their own marriage. They've been reluctant to talk about the personal toll of that landmark court battle until now. Gabriella Emmanuel of member station. W H has their story historians often divide the equal marriage movement into before, Goodridge and after Goodridge, a decade later, the supreme court weighed in guaranteeing same sex couples the right to marry nationwide. Still today. The Goodridge decision is held up alongside monumental supreme court decisions. Julie has a picture from gay pride March, and somebody was holding a sign that said Brown, ROY. Oh and Goodrich. And I just kinda love that. But Julie says it's not all puppies and kittens fifteen years after their wedding, the Goodridge's have decided to speak more candidly, about the entirety of their experience Hillary, and Julian, and their daughter, Anne Goodrich came together at Julie's apartment in Boston, every time if you look at any interview that we've done, we've never talked about the trauma, Julie says the trauma, took a couple different forms initially Hillary remembers. It was the pressure to be perfect the stress of feeling. Like I have the entire community resting on are being likable. Hillary says every TV outlet wanted shots of her flipping pancakes. Julie ironing Anne eating breakfast. We had to sort of looked like the girls who could be next door not too threatening. You know Julian I weren't walking around in leather Noah leather. No piercings just two moms and their. Curly-haired daughter. They say the trauma also came from being targeted the Goodridge lawsuit became a call to arms for opponents of same sex marriage, including then President George W Bush, our nation must defend the sanctity of marriage. I remember watching that and thinking, oh my gosh. We were like we just looked at each other. You're watching state. Yeah, it really got crazy. Very quickly across the country. There were efforts to forbid, same sex marriage, forty one states. Alternately limited marriage to heterosexual, couples in the middle of it all Hillary remembers getting voice voicemail from her mother that went something like this, darling. Well, I see today, you've managed to piss off the pope and the president. But when you get done with that, please give your mother, call the pope, and the president and soon Annie's playmates to elementary school classmates refused to come to her house. She was called homophobic slurs and Julie. Anne Anne recall opponents sent around a flyer. It went into, you know, our sex life. And how we were harming our daughter was son to the house of every family that was at my school and the final type of trauma. Julie says was losing each other we kind of go our separate ways in the house. Julie says seeking couples counseling wasn't an option. We couldn't do that felt like too much of a risk. It felt like the word would get out less than two years after getting married. Hillary and Julie had separated. When news got out it sent shockwaves through the gay community, Julie remembers getting an incredibly nasty Email about how we were going to be destroying the gay community. And I just felt like saying you know what? This is not what I chose. You know, I'm doing the best. I can any was ten when they separated it felt like our family. Let everyone down with fifteen years of distance, the three still spend Christmas together. And they say it was worth it, but they're not sure if they do it all, again, then any starts story nearby. There's a restaurant, and there's this waitress who works there. A few weeks ago, the waitress showed them pictures of her wedding. Julie says they saw two smiling brides. I remember thinking she has absolutely no idea who we are. And it that's what was kind of that's, that's what was kind of great about looking at those fixtures as she was just showing us because she could. And she felt comfortable to bring her pictures to her place of their beautiful pictures and any Goodridge says it's nice to have their family name stamped on something that made many gay couples happy.
"goodridge" Discussed on KNSS
"Know, what makes me sick? You know, what makes me mad? I one of the doctors exam room while I'm waiting for the duck show up entertain myself opening that glass jar lickin all tongue depressurize mob. Big dumb buddy make come into Duckie and lays it wasn't at work at day on Kaunda he had his annual physical. You know, you get Dr age go on an for wants to year. You get a check up. It's like taking old Pontiac Mr. Goodridge, they go find something it needs. Hated same panicked or anything like that? He just can't assay day, drew. I asked him what happened. He should. They went through the whole deal blood pressure blood samples a look at his ears and not one time not wash it at Dr happened to mention to dub that he was that. Hey, shed, Earl my whole life. Doctors always told me to lose weight. Hey, tried to scare me. And today, he gave me a pamphlet Joan died what he showed me a plastic model of diseased arteries he claimed it was from bacon. This time. He didn't say anything, I got home. I mentioned that Mileti Charlene. And she said doctors don't fat. Shame their patients. No more. He goes, I kind of miss it. But don't add beat. Oh, I mean, really if there's one person on this earth that should be allowed to say something about your sorry, bloated Jabber hurt shape. Carcass. It ought to be your doctor your doctor, not telling you your fat is like your Bank, not tending you iovine drawl somebody's gotta warn you before. Thanks get out of hand. And don't doctor's got to tell you the truth the whole truth nothing, but the truth, I think a hypocritical oath lane is your little weird maker to go through a whole physical with the doctor avoiding three hundred pound gorilla in the room. Which in this case would actually be maker. I mean, not that he ever did anything about it in the pay. I mean, but still wake up America..
"goodridge" Discussed on Savage Lovecast
"Intimacy that we need from friends, and allowing for that allowing for your spouse to have other people in their life who are capable and happy to meet some of their needs while still respecting the primacy of your relationship. And while you still meeting enough most of their needs can make a relationship stronger, and yet so many people have it in their heads that there's something wrong with a relationship. If I look at my spouse, and I think I need acts in my life, and my spouse is incapable of providing me. Without X provides me with so much else. But incapable, providing me with that thing that acts thing that I also need therefore, our marriage is fatally flawed, and I have to get out of it and go find someone who can give me everything I need and in reality. Of course, that person isn't out there. All right. Why is that? I hope I'm not unintentionally salting any wounds here. Your question is about what to do when people don't react sympathetically. What to do when people either have a look on their face. That tells you that they're going. Yeah. Gay men gay people. They just can't do this marriage thing that they're bad at marriage marriage. Probably wasn't for them and gay men can't make runner commitment. Gay men can't be monogamous or successfully monogamous. You can direct them to a study conducted by statistics Netherlands, the Netherlands is the country that's had same sex marriage. The longest since two thousand and one rounding up now closing in on twenty years, and they studied marriages performed sense. Same sex marriage came to the Netherlands, and what they found was the couples who were least likely to divorce. We're game at gay male, couples least likely to divorce more likely to divorce straight couples opposite sex couples more likely to divorce most likely divorce and most likely to divorce were lesbian couples same sex female couples. You can throw that study in their faces. It's not hard to find Google statistic. Netherlands marriage study it pops right up, and I was like to add when I mentioned the study, of course, the gay male couples of the least likely to be monogamous straight couples more likely to be monogamous lesbian couples most likely to be monogamous. So it would seem that monogamy correlates inversely with the success of a longterm relationship. That's just as one study more. Studies are needed in correlation eight causation, but you could throw that study at them. You can also take comfort. I mean, the perverse sort of comfort. Yours is not the only same sex marriage that was made possible by a hard fought hard one effort to secure this right for same sex. Couples yours is not the only one that fell apart. Julie Goodridge and Hillary Goodridge where the plaintiffs in the Massachusetts supreme court case that brought same-sex marriage to Massachusetts the first state to achieve legal same sex marriage marriage equality and shortly after they married after two decades together, they wound up divorcing the voice is one of the rights. We were fighting for when we fought for marriage was often the case when a same sex couple that have been together a very long time broke up that one person could be screwed over by the other person. One person may have been more of the home taker and supported the other person's career, and then got kicked out with nothing, and they couldn't go to a court. They couldn't have a judge order spousal support. Or a judge determine with the assistance of a couple of lawyers representing both sides a fair and equitable division of marital property, can they weren't married. So divorce is one of the rights. We were fighting for when we fought for marriage. And I'm sorry that you had to avail yourself of that. Right. It is a sad. Right. But it is still a right. And it is still something that we have now that we should be proud that we have now because it makes our relationships when we can marry safer and more secure, and it makes us as individuals. If we have to exit those relationships, safer and more secure and finally people are giving you grief people are being assholes in the soon to be blue state of Texas. You also have the ability just to raise your middle finger and hold it right in front of their faces and refuse to engage any further. Dan, Nancy tech savvy at rescue. I'm thirty six year old woman calling from a very large city..
"goodridge" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Distance so much at stake here for UCF all the debate ends if they can't win tonight. Who went the theme here is disrespect and obviously central Florida though, they'd been disrespected by the playoff committee and everyone else in college football. But I think the Bearcats have been greatly disrespect. The physical game, and they're gonna give UCF all they can handle but central Florida will win tonight. What do you? What do you have to do? All. I can relate this game. Two is my show. Okay. And you know, we pull out envelopes swift the result. Right. So. So. It comes to the big Cincinnati UCF came tonight. You see you? We have. But now we have to find out what we still face the godfather of college football coach. I know you think I'm crazy being here. Middle of all of these fans, I got three Goodridge's for being here. One. You said has won twenty two roll the nation's best streak. Live here. Berry. UCF is knows hometown. Nights nights. sporting it the nitro outfit. Picking UCF what a.
"goodridge" Discussed on Poop Culture
"Alive everything that comes out of my mouth i had to hold the back man had all the back you can do let it out bro the makes feel better bill you cannot do when you're in the presence of the master yeah shame on that shit i have neighbors so oh yeah that's why do everything in my car is awesome that have you on man thanks for coming on and it's cool to have a tristate guy come on because that doesn't happen too often i'm from new york and like our last two yes wax was in california wheeler walker junior the week before that was in nashville so it's nice to have a dude that's in jersey right next door i feel the rage all the shit that we probably hate the same stuff i don't know you hate a lot of stuff by hale stuff too so i think it'll it'll go pretty well but not only are you a social media superstar you're probably one of the most jack is ever came on the show but if you're probably in the top five because we had brutus beefcake bridge gary goodridge frank shamrock tyler mane okay you're the top five man you're that's that's good company to be in right anytime that i could be in the same circle as brutus beat king shit big big eighties wrestling fan rights on which we we didn't invent last year to raise some money for the leukemia lymphoma foundation up in connecticut where brutus came up shaved my head and that was nuts because we forgot the clippers so he had used the hedge clippers at first oh yeah when you when you got a nine inches of steel two inches from your face yeah that that gets real real quick yeah i got an end right if i'm gonna have you know nine inches in front of my face better not be steel.
"goodridge" Discussed on Click
"Oh i never did because i thought they'll just ignore that i added a filter to they just vanished from view now i've actually taking the time to unsubscribe yeah i avoided during the unsubscribe button purely out of laziness reasons i just elite emails and hope they would go away they don't come away that's found i would look at my inbox right now and pharmacist dance on twitter says great podcast on gdp oh and very relevant to my foam ac life that says pharmacist us currently even a single pharmacy company has to appoint a depot we take the protection officer as we've seen as public authorities say there is a massive implications for small businesses and and i think that was a war he wasn't it bill and this is something that i put to not guests last week that small businesses are really struggling with this they say is a cost on that business is simply attacks the big corporations attack officials that that was to talk about goodridge relation that guarantees relates to be as being attacks misrepresents was actually happening it may be a cost of the business that's because they haven't been doing it properly up until now if they actually followed the distance selling regulations that data protection that and the the email regulations up until now they would have had to do no work at all to comply with gdp so the fact that they've been getting away with not co plumbing doesn't imply that now being forced to comply with lawyers and attacks with two businesses i would okay you've all fulsomely and i'm not be fulsomely being told that we need to wrap it up there we got kicked out of the studio for note catholic and that would never be good but it kicking and screaming j so thank you very much indeed.
"goodridge" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"You are listening to a free berge of majority report with sam cedar to support this show and get another fifteen minutes daily program goodridge already dot s m please the majority rapport with sam seeda it is tuesday may twenty nine th two thousand eighteen my name is sam cedar that's the five time award winning majority report we are broadcasting live steps from the industrially ravage ghana's canal in the heartland of america downtown brooklyn usa on the program today the trump administration starts separating families at the border north koreans coming to the us in pre summit talks yeah zoff then it's on maybe his on new harvard study almost five thousand more deaths in puerto rico then our government claims also the fifteen hundred socalled missing immigrant kids clarified skoda's attacks abortion rights by doing nothing and is it the left versus the resistance white house announces tariffs on china shortly after a story that trump's z t help offer comes after a vonk is company got some big chinese deals corporations using their tax breaks for buybacks now predict no raises or new jobs.
"goodridge" Discussed on The Watch
"All right andy we are back we'll probably this a little bit on the brief side because we've talked about killing you've so much this season and we just spent i don't know how much time talking about another phoebe waller bridge passion project right so the second the first season of killing eve came to a close on sunday night i think that this sort of confirmed but also like softened any of the concerns that i had which was essentially like davidge successful show on their hands i don't i think that this season was written as it is i don't i don't think i don't think that they were like you know oh we gotta hit on her hands are gonna extend this i enjoyed the fact that the final episode allowed itself to be weird rather than do way too much work on the twelve and carolyn because every time they say the twelve i'm like yeah isn't this show this show is about two things it's about obsession and it's about the way that love's love can make you crazy and it's also about a it's a spy show it's like an espionage show and those things are very interested interestingly smashed together with a tone that recalls everything from like early tarantino is a very specifically like phoebe waller bridges perspective i thought that the key the end the very end of bloody sheets screaming i really liked you is like the quintessential phoebe waller those goodridge moment but.
"goodridge" Discussed on The Science Hour
"Steadily accumulating mutation so you get loss of genetic diversity but also there's no selection pressure because it's been co evolving the amphibian hosts for for some time and the other question is do you know when it happened i mean i think the disease was sort of recognized in the ninety s or maybe early not with the signature declines were recognized since the seventy s a kind of became a phenomenon at the beginning of the ninety s and then it was in nine hundred ninety either leave beady itself was finally isolated and found to be associated with with on tv and declines but the date the date we looked at date since the emergence of pd gpl which is the killer strain of the fungus so using all of the ice lifts we had of this lineage we were able to look at the mutation rate for lavar ice lists and what back through time to estimate the all of the isolates that we've managed to collect would have emerged from a single common ancestor sometime between fifty and one hundred twenty years ago simon at hanan now lebanon is a small country with a population of around four and a half million but despite its size it produces a lot of waste in two thousand fifteen the nominee landfill that serves the capital beirut and the wider surrounding area closed its gates people living near the dump were fed up with the smell the constant stream of trucks on the impact it might be having on their health then uncollected waste piled up on the streets of the capital and mass protests began people started to find their own solutions to the rubbish problem in many cases burning it the mount lebanon region sore cases of open burning rise by as much as five hundred percent and the toxic fumes from the fires are so serious for health that human rights watch has published a report on them as hugo goodridge explains from lebanon recycled by route is one of the company's business risen up since the garbage crisis started in lebanon the years the lebanese garbage industry has been tainted by allegations of massive corruption i built on ideas of temporary solutions that would evolve into perm.
"goodridge" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"The news you want to know made some changes continuing to shake up his cabinet because i wasn't happy we are not trying to privatize the va our diplomats will come home russia should not be acting like victim the news you need to know infrastructure better than being president i was good at building a fatal shooting this man stay in the know become another seriously to complicate check and often the solemnity of the lord's resurrection this is talk radio six eighty wcbs mm and now more of what's bugging you with brian or john on talkradio six eighty wcbs welcome back everybody to what's bugging you i'm brian goodridge john and i'm ashley omni with atc pest control and this show is what's bugging you we're we're talking about all different kinds of pest issues out there last caller we had brought up the product that was being used and during the break i just went into my file here to look at it though we have these apps for pest control guys we can bring this up and it's a little alarming it has a very restrictive use procedures for indoors you have to wear a lot of safety equipment for this stuff it's very controlled when it comes to being used inside i would be a little concerned about going with that product yeah it's mainly for termites it's it's mainly for outside and i'm reading the notes here where people have used it for roaches and and other things and it's it's caused a lot of problems i mean you can't use it in any living harry's can't have any patients can't use it in any classrooms can't use it anywhere where there's pets it's not the safest thing to use when you're dealing with a bedbug so cypher tc it's actually what's calling them also five will concentrate and i'm also five will concentrate out in the open will break down very quickly unless it's in the soil it'll it'll break down so it's not gonna last very long and it's going to cause those bedbugs to scatter and just be careful with that and on that note i would like to announce to everybody that's listening that is now official you guys have heard if you hear the show you hear all the time we're talking about the heck's pro many the mini heater that produces thermal remediation for you the consumers it's it's less expensive than going with a big company like ours that you.
"goodridge" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast
"The rest of the film and the rest not oracle i answered a tunnel tanel attorney sunshine was pointless mind already um okay this week guys we we read we reading in the pie in the midst of reading while i read in the parking lot tv last week's try it i've acting yet on leader essays as we're gonna love by island both on essays in love you know shut you mop it's called on loving america nakayama unconfined goodridge show i could not mind would love to say is good on loving on dementia sorry so they're going oh i really love your view about this book actually owned look owned good read strong m someone's led that every passage should every couple of should be sent this book to read on the that month like death last trimester of their like love by the government like it should be mandatory thing that you speak about life i did agree because i don't think that whatever he was that he was talking about love malaysia at the beginning when they met is just awful is bull shares mechanical so we'll see what sort of ozone was about to because it is just literally a ball i mean is i personally see as a novel yes i agree you know there's will dory's this narrative thread running through i'm this literally just about this gentleman he foods in love duckie we've with chloe boy thinks he in mouse which means he probably did with chloe.
"goodridge" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Faceoff is all wrapped up elected in it hits the vote could ever get to the net thompson bumps carlsson off a black into senators will clear it out the transitional able to put it down on the ice and quickly feta did this over the far away reptile done say happy birthday goodridge alone he rips in the rebound after thompson blasted one on goal twonothing blues sat at o9 nikko's second period through great plays on it originally the one time where the passable could just holds up upset parka across in its one find that the neck and as soon as it's blasted at the net that rebound is soil deep potential originally makes the play all the neutral sold that goes across from silk road guarded thompson the blast comes edison can handle a revised the tragedy will cruising down that right wing at just one time did in the back of the net so it could lose night teeth goal shot on wall the after second of the night and me lead the ottawa senators chewed off iq dave goal of the season four petrinja low at his first in twenty seven games the train jilo now with thirty two points on the year lose it a twonothing lead continuing the second period goals for the ottawa senators both goals coming in this spirit ears parade go off the backhand unable to clear it they get it looking for stone in abruzzo again it ahead this gentleman intersect jan weights holds it in st paul tried to go back to shed foot up blocked it should ends any offenses zone told rags into space what keeps it shooting it back head on yeah skin of the ied in front from perec over by the goal knocked the way of resahd will clear it out three curl and drags from shan i don't know exactly go offer real well but makes a great play but come coming over to the near side then clearing its end ends up deflecting out of blaze 614 to go here the sagging right before they goal is worse than him date stops illicit of 185 said rescinded they in the lockerbie has been 185 since ice who is actually 205 said chris baker woods of a computer made the.
"goodridge" Discussed on KTKR 760AM
"Or a day they all and suddenly we are all thrilled went to have brain here back dead on in the a three rich eisen week show period the voice of the dallas arable cowboys with in that his thirty nine theory th season on the dallas cowboys radio fred network shamba he's voice brad the sham dallas hive and or brad goodridge they all are you suddenly i am went doing brain just fine dead let's in a three get right week into period it uh terrible with i would that have realised coming theory here the ekeus come fred near shamba either voice um the dallas in so one let's on one let's battles start 5050 with the balls basics are more like um sixty forty what balls do or you seventy think thirty is balls now the state i don't of the dallas think he's cowboys her right i well i what do are you think right now that the in there's a there's and not a at try uh harder ten guy thirty tonight uh uh on central team time it could be a lot uh better i think um this is there my personal opinion no doctor or coaches told me this uh which is why there's not a try harder guy uh on the team uh i think this is my personal opinion no doctor or coaches told me this uh but just watching him i i think that the leg injuries various kinds hamstring the various kinds of foot leg injuries that he's had over the last few years may have um taken some of his explosiveness from him some of the leaping ability so there again it's incumbent on him and the coaching staff to find different kinds of routes uh there's nothing wrong with them run or leave slant uh some of those one on one match ups he's having a little trouble with so it's up to the the kicked off but but uh he he's he's got more than his football team that he's a little picked up the picked off but but uh he he's he's got more than his football team that he's a little picked off right.
"goodridge" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Mean he could have been recruited by isis and i'm just thinking to myself you know uh he had in maluku spots at their own immigration you set up for other people and i truly believe that that's what it were you they rigged the thro well pulled a goal earlier this where there was no evidence of any other person ever involved so it it certainly didn't bat part of his meticulous planning wouldn't have worked out very well and the in terms of the isis connection you know if isis does something like this the whole point is to tell the world where isis a god is great allies the voice of whatever i mean that's the whole point is not to keep it quiet so if he was with isis he was certainly the least effective isis killer in history yeah i believe they were underground and they will give away on you not at all undergo a major attack like this without taking all the the credit that you can i mean that's the whole point hey we're isis we can hit anywhere as i say if he was with isis he was 0 certainly pug poor isis operative because he did give the mini credit or anybody else but goodridge arod that he would be that effective in fighting location getting the weapons getting into the building and then be a total doug at telling the world what happened that that's just another law they found you file all three locations soon things just didn't work out for whoever were well we'll we know we don't know about the other locations movie got the maybe maybe he was just maybe other events came up with his life we really don't know i mean who knows what you're talking i guess you're about to chicago of the other other vegas location so yeah.