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Fresh "lamont" from Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:36 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh "lamont" from Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

"Up now we we expect them to this afternoon, probably after 12 o'clock or so couple could develop a couple heavy ones to 85 to 90. Quite uncomfortable tonight. Slow will be dropping into the seventies. Right now in the city. It's 79 degrees. This is W. CBS and WCBS FM HD to New York Governor Murphy will now reportedly allowed the option of all remote learning for New Jersey students. Dozens of people stormed M T a bus in Queens and hold an impromptu party. Governor. Lamont calls for an investigation of Connecticut's power companies will talk with the governor, 9 15 Joe Biden and Kamala Harris will make their first joint appearance today in Wilmington, Delaware. Sumner Redstone, chairman emeritus of Viacom. CBS has died at the age of 97. Hazy sunshine. 80 degrees now in New York. High today, around 88 with a chance of thunderstorms. Wednesday, August 12 Good morning. I'm Steve Scott. More than just the headlines. This is W, CBS News Radio, 88 W CBS News Time. Nine O'clock Thiss Is CBS News on the hour your home for original reporting. I'm Deborah Rodriguez Thie, chairman emeritus of Viacom. CBS has died. Sumner Redstone was 97. He began his career as a businessman building his family's drive in theater chain into a multi $1,000,000,000 empire..

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Fresh update on "lamont" discussed on Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:49 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "lamont" discussed on Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

"In Forest Hills. Let's get going there again. 88. Manhattan right now, douse ahead 158 points. The NASDAQ 208 points higher. That's almost 2% and the S and P is up 39 points. Right now. Sarah Palin is tweeting. Congratulations to Kamala Harris, telling the vice presidential pick to climb on my shoulders and Geraldine Ferraro's And consider the lessons we learned Palin's advice. Trust No one knew and quote. Don't get muzzled the 2008 Republican VP candidate ads that working the rope line And meeting people was the most fun. But sometimes events are planned to look unplanned and that Khun B, says Sarah Palin bizarre as an example. She remembers a campaign stop in what she was trying on running shoes as the cameras clicked away. Don't forget the women who came before you, she says. And have fun. WCBS NEWS time. 1 21 on this Wednesday afternoon. The hard hit travel industry is urging lawmakers to get backto work on a corona stimulus plan. A new report from the Travel Association says the number of layoffs in that industry alone is having a big impact on overall unemployment in the country, 40% Despite some jobs being restored, the association says the number of unemployed workers in that industry is double the next most hard hit industry. Nearly half of the 17 million jobs were lost in March and April. CBS News correspondent CAMI McCormick, the former health commissioner in Connecticut, is accusing Governor Ned Lamont of discrimination. Rene Coleman Mitchell was fired in May. She says she was dismissed without cause. Coleman Mitchell, who was black claims that before she was fired, she was supplanted by ST C. 00 Who did. She describes him Joschka Bali as a young white male who usurped her authority and ran a shadow government with no public health experience. Spokesman for Lamont declining to comment on this You may soon have to mask up or pay up in Hoboken, with the keys to the city is now considering some new rules to levy fines on the mask list Spoken City Councilman Phil Cohen says the city has been monitoring mask usage in public spaces and their concerns. A lot of our visit bears on Washington Street lover visitors on the waterfront. Are just not confined, mimicking Governor Murphy's mask, Mandy, this wouldn't apply in situations such as sitting in a park with family working out or outdoor dining as long as you keep away from others. But when you're walking down the street, you can't guarantee it. Cohen says. Education and warnings would come before some menses are handed out. I think once people start getting warnings and start getting realizing that there are consequences to not wearing a mask that compliance will increase. And after really is the gold here, CBS two's Jenna de Angelus with the story. If approved, the fines would be $250. They're in Hoboken..

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Fresh "lamont" from WBBM Late Morning News

WBBM Late Morning News

00:32 sec | 11 hrs ago

Fresh "lamont" from WBBM Late Morning News

"In Woodridge in Darien, right there between them. Lamont blocked both directions between 70 15 83rd all because of a crash. Woodward has your best choice instead. Next traffic Report 10 18. NewsRadio 78 and 15.9 Sunshine in Chicago land throughout the day, not a lot of humidity, either, So it's going to be a nice day. No rain in the forecast until probably late Saturday into Sunday. Hi today of 86. Right now it's 88 O'Hare 75 degrees downtown. Good day so far on the markets, the Dow up 273 the NASDAQ is up 207 That's 2% and the S and P is up 44 Oil Climate gang Again It's a.

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Fresh update on "lamont" discussed on Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:44 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "lamont" discussed on Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

"Frog's neck in Central Park. It's 80 going down to 74. Vicky Already. Thanks, Bob. It's a 10 hour WCBS. The Connecticut State Police union is balking at sections of the state's new police Accountability Law. The union points to the mandated public disclosure of troopers, personnel files and internal affairs investigations as a violation of their contract. Union leadership is asking a federal judge to declare the state's law unconstitutional. Attorney General William Tongues office says it's reviewing the filing and will respond in court. In the meantime, State troopers began voting on whether to express no confidence in governor Ned Lamont and state police leadership. New Jersey's highest court ruled the defendant must earn over the pass codes for his two phones in response to a search warrant that clears the way for law enforcement to compel other defendants in the state to disclose passcodes to electronic devices when search warrants are issued. And J advanced media reports. The decision is linked to the case of a former Essex sheriff's Officer, Robert Andrews. He is suspected of helping a man charged with trafficking drugs. It's 8 11 Sports is next. Are you an electrical or mechanical engineer? Looking to challenge yourself and grow your career? Janina Worldwide support CWS A military friendly gold.

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Fresh "lamont" from Curtis Sliwa

Curtis Sliwa

01:21 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh "lamont" from Curtis Sliwa

"Transit delays building up at the Hudson River tunnels from the W. A. V. C traffic center. I'm Lou Adams, the Lincoln Tunnel to New Jersey. Got a 10 minute delay. It's 10 to 15 out at the Holland Tunnel trying to get to the New Jersey bound George Washington Bridge. Those Manhattan approaches air. Not bad. Yet the Harlem River drive the Henry Hudson Parkway or in pretty good shape, but not the Deegan or the Cross. Bronx. The westbound Cross Bronx especially slow from the Bronx River Parkway out to the G W eastbound to slow off the bridge out to the Sheraton slow at the Queens bound Throgs Neck and white stone bridges because of midday construction you also of roadwork on the grand Central, both ways around the Kew Gardens. Center change, causing delays. The FDR drive is slow in both directions between the sixties and the Triborough Bridge. You have delays on the Harlem River Drive South, bound on approach to the Triborough and slow traffic on the belt Parkway, West founded Lefferts Boulevard because of midday work. I'm Lou Adam's talk Radio 77 double view, ABC. I remember Chet said Juliette. There was a time where the governors were all aligned with one another. You had some in the Northeast cardio, with hormone taking the lead, followed by Murphy. Then the Lamont in Connecticut, Wolf and Pennsylvania going right on up to Massachusetts. And then you had the West Coast posse, right? They were in it together. We're all in it. We don't wantto We don't want to sort of eat one and other's lunch. We got to stand united..

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Fauci discusses mask mandates in video conference with Connecticut governor

Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross

00:44 sec | Last week

Fauci discusses mask mandates in video conference with Connecticut governor

"Plenty about studies that show wearing face coverings are a mask along with social distancing help slow the spread of Corona. Virus. In a video conference with Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont, Dr Anthony Fauci talks more about the research behind wearing a mask. For those who say, Don't wear a mask. It's of no benefit. That is untrue and misleading. Dr. Anthony found. He addressed five things. Everybody Khun Duty help prevent Cove in 19 from spreading. They include wearing facemasks, physical distancing, staying away from places where people congregate, choosing outdoor activities over indoor ones and practicing good hand hygiene. He says that we need to practice safety measures to bring the number of daily cases down. So we can all enter the fall with the low baseline. This

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Rest and Revive and Social Media Break - Update

The Rogue Muslim

06:34 min | 3 weeks ago

Rest and Revive and Social Media Break - Update

"Slum, everyone and welcome back to the road Muslim Poe cost. This week I'm going to be giving an update on the twenty six virtual habit series. You May or may not have noticed. The happen updated. Everyone on just the recent ones and I'm gonNA. Get into that in a bit I just wanted to. Check in with every one of kind of weird to do. Through audio I guess. I JUST WANNA. Say I hope. Everyone's well You know I just had this realization. I mean I've had this realization. Two weeks, but We are almost always St- in A. We have been in lockdown since. So. It's crazy. It's crazy. How is everyone like I'm if if you cool with it? Genuinely just WanNa know how everyone is. You can message me on Instagram or twitter. facebook will email me everything just as Muslim and my email. IS THE ROAD MUSLIM AT DOT COM? Because? These are really Trialing Times and I'm in a space where I'm not asking that dislike. How are you yeah? I'm asking genuinely. How's everyone I'm going to space where I feel that I I may be able to just listen So yeah, if if you, if you basically trying to say here is if you WANNA ear to vent to. And let things out and release. I'm here yeah. I I wouldn't say otherwise because the have been moments, Oh my God where I have just felt this Kinda ties into the. Spiritual Habits series, but I have just felt so. Overwhelmed with how much online communication. In presence we've had to adjust to. Do to out and a first of all I'm very grateful that we live in this age I can't imagine going through pandemic and Nola having. Technology it would have been a lamont difficult, but at the same time you know You Know I. Think one of this is so new, so we don't really know what. Emotions of off feelings of. Telling us because we have to recalibrate, we have to be. Check in more with ourselves in see what exactly is the body in? Mind is telling us than what is a result of and so. There are many times where I'm experiencing something. Experiencing lowness on like I don't understand why like I'm. For, I. Don't know the just. As it relates related something very personal. Is it pandemic? Is it? What is it and so? Maybe it's just like a mix of world. That's right, but I think with the pandemic. They're kind of has an added weight to it, so it can be difficult to descend. What's going on and I know I've talked to so many people on the pandemic has really forced them to Confront many difficult emotions, many difficult experiences out myself included and in a way. It's good you know you. Can any practice so much escapism and. At the same time, it's just difficult, isn't it? It's just so many emotions. Buddy things going on, and you pretend like you're in a pandemic right? You still go when he's still on email. Still attend meetings. He's still perform as if this is flipping normality Say Yes just genuinely. How is everyone You know I have a lot of thought votes on what the future is going to hold and and how how we're GONNA have to. reframe. For the new realities that are going to be experiencing going full now As including the consequences of the pandemic but I am always hesitant to share a here just because. I don't know what your US Snyder. Know what your mind is I don't know with how you feeling I don't want to just. Be like well. This is how it's GonNa. Go out on our out have had You Know I. Don't know where that came from Bay I. Is. What happens when you don't recruit them? Paul costs for so long I mean this is just become some sort of weird therapy session with myself, but you'll have to listen to it I try to recruit the introduction four times. I just kept saying the dumbest things I duNNO I. Transition from that I just hope everyone is safe and well as going on this so much that we're exposed to. A lot of disheartening things that were exposed to that kind of. Relates kind of I. Guess this is the transition transitions into Wapner, the twenty six virtual habit series. It's still going on But at the end I think I did. I had. Oh God honestly ten or twelve. Out At the beginning of the year. And if you should still on Instagram, you had access to the list and I would check off every time. I released episode giving updates. On the habit the lost one that I had written down was to sell off the land. And I just could not do. This was the beginning of. Now! This was mid June I wanNA. Say. and I couldn't couldn't didn't WanNa do it, and so instead of releasing a Pug 'cause I I just put it into an instagram post and Yeah basically what was happening is that. I found myself in a state of spiritual suspension like I wasn't able to move forward and I didn't want to. To put it simply like a didn't want to do this about the Lael I. The need me. It would have been so bad. The near about point would have just been well. For Twenty six, spiritual series,

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"lamont" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

The Candace Owens Show

06:21 min | Last month

"lamont" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

"Higher rate, lots of reasons, but nobody we never talked about doing wrong it is it is culture, and even are we value breaking down education even via our hip hop music everything we value a lack of education. We see that as black culture. She got the ABBOTS US right. It saying is that your? Botox is you're breaking down the English language? Right, and then we're surprised. Okay. It's a dialect of the English language, but it's not proper English right, and then were surprised when seventy five percent of black boys can't pass a reading exam and then WANNA blame the government right. Some types in California was his government government doing something wrong. What are we doing wrong I? DO WE DO ANYTHING WRONG? So you've hit a lot of a lot of spots Pick a few. I. what I WANNA, go I don't WanNa. Get too far off of this. I still think you're missing the point of the affirmative action. Thing, which is our? They're not. They're not addressed the the the early literacy stuff the reading the dropout stuff right My argument isn't again that people should be put in schools where there's a mismatch, I agree as professor I can tell you I. Encounter stood I've encountered students who are mismatch for the institution for lots of reasons. It's fun to teach someone who's mismatch for the institution. That's the first thing one the second thing I would say is. It's. Institutional mismatches happen across the board near plenty of people who don't meet the average of the school. It's not just black people. For example legacies oftentimes don't meet the match. Athletes often don't meet that the match who else I mean, it's legacies. Donors in athletes are. Three key examples George Bush people with their George Bush was dumb. George W W wasn't on his exit. One standard deviations deviation. The average Americans right, but his to below average Yale student. Did. He was just fine. He turned up just fine. He is smart. Enough got an email. He did just fine. black people are no different right I would rather give that kind of. Hookup to use the lack of a mimimum, he's the word hookup. I would rather have that type of relationship for a student in poverty and someone who worked hard, then someone who's benefit of legacy and privilege, I'd rather have none I gotcha. Yeah, and I and I. Hear You what I'm saying is from that point because no one. No one is complaining about the athlete complaining about the the legacy knows something about the person who's who who built the building that we're standing in. You know in the university We're only talk about that, but I wanna get into what about this I'm just saying I think it's an important point. We only talk about this in the context of black people when it's very much in when they're very much, not the ones who the biggest. Regis examples of institutional mismatch the second thing is. When we think about black in from again the goal when we do it, mission is to say. How can we have a diverse student body? Because diversity, itself is an institutional asset. So if this is the average sat scores fourteen hundred, and there's a black kid from Compton. WHO HAS A one thousand? I might say this person, probably not a great fit for the school that diversity being an asset studies show that that when when groups are are are heterogeneous we rather more dynamic and creative solutions able to problem solve better that we learn from each other and that we're better prepared for the easy sound like one of those leftists fluffs. How do you measure that we measure that? Hey, what's the test to see if diversity? Task oriented problem solving with groups and they they they did him with homogeneous groups. I and groups that are all the same tend to arrive at solutions faster. If we're all the same because we tend to think the same, we tend to have the same kind of ways of solving problems, but what's interesting is when we're heterogeneous. It takes longer to get there but. We. Offer diverse and creative solutions outcome, so you could ask what your what your goal the school is. We could have a debate about you know what you think the outcome. Should I think that? There's no such thing as versus just because you look different than me. Does it mean that we're diverse? We could be from the exact same neighborhood that I agree me. I think what the one thing that students that would benefit the most from what the don't have in college campuses, intellectual diversity, so this right here would is much better use for college university to Black. We look alike. You know we're the same color, but you and I are totally opposite playing fields, and this is a positive connotation, people just to listen to and to hear this great. In college campuses. What's a predictor of that right so? If I have people from different racial backgrounds different class backgrounds we can say the supreme court is diverse, but they all went to Harvard and Yale Law School for the for the for the majority, not all literally my point right, so I'm not saying the only diversity racial diversity. I'm not saying the only diversity should be gender diversity I'm just saying that these factors I wouldn't want if I. if I went to school where all the men have, the highest sat scores I would think even if women has low, sat scores or men Hesselink, Lorez gender diversity, but again I'm also saying that your idea of merit is based on this conception concedes that the metric itself is correct and I'm asking you to consider based on all the data that the sat in these other metrics aren't actually good predictors of. How will you do anyway? They're not the SAT. If, the golden sat is is a measure. Your aptitude, right? Your your ability doesn't really now is just not supposed to be like okay. There's one hundred things you have to know. If one hundred of win right to say, this is a person's preparedness for college. It actually doesn't The data shows that it doesn't predict well. How will you'll do in? College doesn't pick what your GPA is going to be. There's no correlation between strong correlation between your GPA between your graduation, graduation rates and such. So that's what I'm saying even. Has Based on. You know it would be like if that seven footer over there. If if they decided to try out for basketball, the only thing they try this out for with three pointers, right I might make more three pointers. Seven feet tall. Just give him the ball. You don't get every in so the metric itself may benefit my skill set, versus that skill set and I'm and I'm saying we have a more robust assessment skills, and so what I find is not that we are meeting people who are I like people who are far off the mark in terms of admission. They're people who are already within the zone and we're saying. Let's let race be a factor, too, so yes, I may have I'm just pick arbitrary number. I may have thirteen hundred and the white guy may have a thirteen fifty and I may have a three point nine. Nine he may have three point nine four, and you may say well. His numbers are higher..

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"lamont" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

The Candace Owens Show

05:04 min | Last month

"lamont" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

"Black lives matter. Protests have been every day. They've happened since two thousand fourteen your point is that the median net when when when it becomes an the national out of becomes this moment should is on fire. What I'm asking you to consider is that part of what happens is when Shit is on fire. They throw them onto it right that. That they, don't they? Don't count for all these other I go to bill in protests. All the time where people are marching were not just marching against police violence again. That's just the sexy story. Cable News doesn't actually care about black food, insecurity, or or trans, I mean one of the most vulnerable populations of are Black Trans Women in terms of being subject to death again lasting of. The, what's the reason that they have a higher death rate? There are few reasons their structural factors do my. We can talk about that, too. My point is we don't cover so so part of it is part of it is not the black people don't care about this stuff it's. It's what sexy to corporate media sexy corporate media. People burnished down right so so. I totally give you that that is usually when it's the. Guys. No I said how you know. Ninety percent of our problem is the media, and and but at that point, though if you're movement is being hijacked, and that's how it's being portrayed. How do you combat that? Well I think you have to decide if you care what the dominant media narrative is, and also. What again what political work does that media narrative because I'm not? I don't also want to pretend that the rebellions that we've been seeing around the country aren't significant. Aren't valuable, you know. I just don't think they can be the only game in town. Right you if you're if if if think rebellions are good. These autonomous cities, the burning and looting of black community, and the black black communities, homes, and burning down of the neighborhoods, lockable, crying onscreen, saying that their neighborhood being destroyed. You see that as a good know what I'm saying is that I see a movement of Brian's around the country. As good now we can discuss tactically whether each specific act is wise. Tell me how it's got. Let's let's let's take Minneapolis the first one when they burn down the city. Tell me how you that and said. This is good, so one thing is again. Black death is so ordinary in this country right because we do it the whole time to ourselves and blood, the sole owner in this country regards how we. We can. We can analyze why in in a moment, but. Getting the nation to stop and pay attention offer requires the spectacle, the spectacle of violence. Right I'M NOT GONNA killing people not talking to do harm to people. Even my tearing up a store, right? You look at Martin Luther King. Just one example Martin Luther King Leverage this spectacle of violence to get America to pay attention. The only difference is Martin. King said we're going to strategize so that we could be right. Go other people up, but we're getting right I mean the pettus bridge was was the idea being bridge was. The if we protest here that they will that that these police will come in harm us, and that American tragedy because it showed America at the problem was the police. Do you think the spectrum right now? Showing America the problem is the problem. It's not when you look at these riots. It is not this is the exact opposite of Martin Luther King Strategy the exact opposite Martin Luther King said we're going to go in and be peaceful and we're GonNa Watch them send dogs on us. They're going to set their fire hose on us. And when the whole world sees these clips, they're going to realize that the problem is rate are white people that are racist and the and the governments that are allowing this tarragon. Okay? When he crushed that, it was a brilliant strategy right now, black America, strategy his. We're going to go in and be violent. We're GONNA. Go in and loot. TV's and then America's GonNa, Think. Black lives matter is a terrorist unit, and that's exactly what. It is it is were pushing back I one I'm pushing back against look good. This is not making people look good the the first thing. Push back against this this idea that the only time we engage in the type of resistance if we're if our bodies are the ransom for justice. King Strassel I'm with you, I'm not I'm saying it's the exact same tactic. The over strategy is still to use violence and the spectacle. Look to justice. Right and you're like what I'm hearing you say is that's cool. If the dog biting us in the Spring Oh I'm saying you're not the message. You're going to deliver as epochal or violent, so using the idea and you have already said that you thought Martin. Luther King Had A. A good strategy and I agree with you. What we are doing is he's Alyssa strategy, so we are showing that black people are violent that black people lose that block. People Rob Kill another that is, that is what is being shown how you were winning with that narrative I. Don't know I. Don't know right now is thinking I'm so glad we took those TV's at a target and burned down target because now people this is. The thing is even when was the tax that was shown? No, no, I'll tell you, but when we when we talk about king, right because we this king in marching and sixty five, but there's also what's happening in Watson, sixty five. What's happening in Detroit and sixty seven? Aren't the same rebellions you're talking about are having around. As well, let's. Hear thought though my point is. It's never a single strategy did there's always multiple things happening right? There are people calling for defunding right now, and there are people on the streets, just like king, there are people who there are people who are marching getting beaten by police, and there are people who who are tearing up Detroit and what I'm saying. We need multiple strategies now I agree with you I would love I would love if I gotta say bookstore. In Philadelphia and whole. Bunch of stores on my block got got smashed. Sneaker store got rated.

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"lamont" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

The Candace Owens Show

05:40 min | Last month

"lamont" Discussed on The Candace Owens Show

"Police officers are at and a half times are likely to be killed by black man than the other way around why aren police honestly protest by police officers against black men would make more sense. Times it wouldn't and this goes to the question you asked about why we're not protesting black on black crime. I. There's prisons are filled with white people. For killing people, prisons are filled with black people now. Something that they're not I'm not saying everyone who does my point is that black people have a good faith expectation that will go to jail for for doing crime. There's not there's no narrative. The black people don't want to jail for stuff, right? The problem is with law enforcement when it's the other way round when law enforcement does crime against us as the daily ritual of excessive force against us We now don't have a good faith belief that they will be arrested that we. We fired in the arrested that they'll be tried and if they are tried, we have no belief that they'll be found guilty. Even if the evidence is overwhelming, and so what we're protesting against is a system that is supposed to be honest and fair, but isn't it? Doesn't you'll just outcomes so part of why when when somebody in my neighborhood get shot in any ca guy gets carry on handcuffs. We're not protesting, not because we're not outraged by it, but protesting doesn't actually stop person from killing person. Be Right. The protest is to stop. At the level of the neighborhood, but when it comes to police the ideas that we're processing assistant as supposed to protect us, and they have the highest. Responsibility Yeah I. Mean Police again looking at the data again. I'm talking about death because excessive force as soon as you use the word excessive. Because it's it lets you know that it's subjective. Right excessive is like same taller short. No, no, no. That's not the they've operationalize it, so it specifically use the use of violence when not use of violence beyond what's necessary to detain the suspect or use of violence? It's unprompted right so they've operationalized and again they're based also on the response of the officers right? They're basically officer reports. This is strongly encouraged. Will Get I'm flying in the dark hair. Because you're telling me about a study that I haven't actually read and I definitely have studied this and as I said. Perhaps they have operationalized it and there's a way to determine what's considered excessive force I. don't know that, and perhaps you're right I. Don't have that in front of me, but we do know. Is that people that are protesting out today or not protesting? Because they believe that police officers are using excessive force are the whole mainstream narrative when they're having people on talk. On CNN and black lives matter their entire platform is about. About black men, dying unarmed peace officers was founded upon that concept, so I hate the fact that we're now shifting and pretending. It's about something else. Moore widening Monette and we're making it about excessive for studies that nobody is talking about on CNN. Everybody's talking specifically about the idea at a black man that is unarmed is likely to die at the hands of police officer, and that's fraudulent to fraudulent. It's a lie so. Long recommended actually wasn't founded on. That was founded on Trayvon. Martin's death, which had nothing do law enforcement. George Zimmerman wasn't a law enforcement officer. So from the beginning we're talking about the kind of sense of unsafe unprotected that black people experience not from law enforcement, but really around the you know in every sector of of our lives, not just men, but women in anyone else That's the first thing and I. Think there's always talked about the daily violence among other things. If you look at the Movement for black. Lives Policy Statement the tournament. All kinds of stuff it's not. It's always been a waxy most about T- movement. It's a why why but exciting the problem you create a wide net when you when you're full bullshit. Right when you know you're bullshitting on just about we're about Trans Rights and police. It's like maybe one sentence now. That's even about police anything. They've really kind of dwindled it and it's actually more about equality for trans something, but. I would think this'll be up your alley. Right not to transport definitely on a but but the idea that. We're not singling out the police. We're saying that we should care about black lives an all sectors I mean that's part of the part of the argument. You're making about black on black bounces one about saying we should care about like life, not just when when when it's threatened by police everywhere movement for black lives the singlet we care about poverty we care about. Certainly stay violence. We care about food insecurity. We care about all of these things because they they they connect relying. That's the whole point. You can put that statement on your website, but then when you're a solution that is to go into streets and to riot, and to burn down into loot and every time they have protested Emma so. It's not like there was. Sound like there was at one time where they started every time. Black lives matter narrative starts running in the media. Black people die by people's neighborhoods. Get burned out from start of trade of trayvon Martin moving onto Freddie Gray, and here. We are today with George. Floyd with Aubrey. This is what happens every single time so if there were. There was that one. It may have been other protests. That were not saying I'm not. You know condemning off protesters I believe in. No No, no, what I'm saying every time their narrative like say mainstream every time their narrative. Every time you go, whoop, we're doing black lives. Matter again. You can bet your ass all across the nation black neighborhood. You'RE GONNA burn out. PEOPLE ARE GONNA lose their jobs and loser lives right. So that's that's the hypocrisy. The idea that they care about all this other stuff. When in fact, every time they're protesting specifically about police brutality, okay and black. Black people suffer so if you're if you're solution is worse than the problem. It's on a solution. So how many people have died and George Floyd protests becoming like who have been arrested up because of these George George Floyd protests. How many people have been impoverished because of these George Floyd protests. That's once a good time to sit back and say is what I'm doing working. Okay, so so let's look at that so I think one I. It's an interesting way to frame this black lives matter. Protests have been every day. They've happened since two thousand fourteen your point is that the median net when when when it becomes an the national out of becomes this.

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Coronavirus cases surging in Florida and Texas as states barrel ahead with reopening plans

On Point with Juandolyn Stokes

01:51 min | Last month

Coronavirus cases surging in Florida and Texas as states barrel ahead with reopening plans

"The U. S. is setting a new record for coronavirus cases states in the south and west are shattering single they records for coronavirus cases hit especially hard Florida Texas California and Arizona were some cities and counties are now requiring masks as many businesses here continue to reopen NBC's Joe fryer reports on Wednesday there were over thirty six thousand new cases of the respiratory illness nationwide several states have also set new records in recent days the U. S. has the most number of cases in the world with over two point three million over one hundred twenty one thousand Americans have died from the disease Florida has a new record in single day coronavirus cases the numbers keep climbing in Florida and the concern is that this state is becoming the new epicenter fifty five hundred eleven new cases on Wednesday and the fear is later today that number could be eclipsed again Kerry Sanders reports Florida has over one hundred nine thousand cases and almost thirty three hundred deaths during the pandemic a mandatory fourteen day quarantine now in effect in New York New Jersey and Connecticut for people coming from states with high covert nineteen numbers Connecticut governor Ned Lamont was on Good Morning America and shared why governors in the tri state area mandate a quarantine for people arriving from hot spot states back when the the New York metro area including Connecticut had a high infection rate there is some quarantines and our visitors down the places like Florida and today they have a much higher ten times higher infection rate than we do here and so I thought one of the best things we could do was I see if we can prevent that from happening the travel advisory applies to nine states including Arizona Florida Texas Utah and the Carolinas New York governor Andrew Cuomo admits there will not be much enforcement for those who don't comply but people will be subject to hefty fines

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Summerwind Mansion

Haunted Places

06:59 min | Last month

Summerwind Mansion

"Inland Lakes Wisconsin just south of the state's border with Michigan there was once a house on West Bay Lake a Victorian built in the nineteen tents, surrounded by Scrub Oak, and then northern Pines, it once held twenty rooms. The property was initially used as a rustic resort before it was renovated into a stately mansion by civil engineer and businessman Robert Lamont in nineteen sixteen. Lamont his wife Helen Gertrude would vacation there during the nineteen twenty s, and through his tenure as President Herbert hoovers secretary of Commerce during the Great Depression. The Lamont's called their home summer wind. Lamont left the President Service in nineteen, thirty, two likely withdrawing to the mansion to recuperate after an exhausting and in many ways fruitless effort to pull the United States out of its economic spiral. According to a frequently repeated legend, the couple was having dinner in the houses kitchen one night when the door to the basement shook itself. Revealing the spectral form of a man. Lamont panicked in fired two shots as the door swung shot leaving two bullet holes in the door. Perhaps it was this experience that caused the couple to flee the house. The details of when and why the Lamont sold their property are unclear. What is now is that by the time Lamont died in nineteen, forty eight summer win belong to the Keefer family who also used it as a vacation getaway. Unfortunately the Kiefer's experienced many misfortunes in summer wind, according to one story Mr Keefer passed away in less than a year after they purchased the house, leaving his wife in despair and dire financial trouble. Across the three decades, the Kiefer's haunted. The house deteriorated with neglect, and its land was eventually subdivided and offered up for sale. However many of the buyers were allegedly forced to back out the last minute because of sudden financial disasters. The unlucky house kept returning to the Kiefer's. In the early nineteen seventies, a family of eight moved into the home with the promise of renovating it. The darkness of summer wind would terrorize arnold ginger, hinshaw and their six children. Fracturing their bonds and their sense of safety forever A. Birdie was almost seven years old. She knew she was too old to be sneaking door. Parents bed anymore, even if this house was old and weird. The door's stuck so hard that she was sure that one of her older brothers must have glued them shut Bryan probably. A few hours. It would open on its own. The curtains disappeared off the walls. Windows flew open and slammed shut in the middle of the night. But she was growing up. She could deal with all this. Until, it wasn't just the House that was acting strangely. Their Father Arnold had been angrier than usual. She tried to give her allowance to see if that would cheer him up. But he only side and gone back to his organ. She hated the organ. It was big and it sounded like there was an owl, stuck inside crying out for someone to save him from the hollow tubes. Every song her father played was dark and sad. It made her think of thunderstorms and the boogie man that her brother Brian had tried to convince her was the real cause of all the trouble. But birdie new Brian, was wrong. She took Brian's dare to look under the bed, but she didn't see the monstrous. You'll allies a long toothed man with a dusty top hat. No. When she looked under the bed. She was met by the soft gaze of a woman. Her name was Mathilde and she only wanted to sit with the family at dinner because her family had gone away. birdies parents didn't like when Birdie said this, but it was true. It was important for them to know that Matilda didn't mean to impose. Birdie was glad to have mathilde with her that night. When the radiator shrieked to the wind held the sometimes invisible woman held the little girl's hand, she pushed against the heavy door that led to Birdie's parents fromm. Six lumps protruded from the sheets like old covered furniture. It was her family all safely nestled together in the same bed. Aside from her father of course, who was banging away at the Oregon downstairs. birdie crawled in alongside her siblings, asking Mathilde to watch out for them. Matilda gave a small not. Birdie closed her eyes and tried to sleep. But the organ wouldn't let her it. Screech didn't squawked and couldn't help but picture the owl with gaping wound, flapping its wings and trying to escape. Her mother ginger pulled her in tight. birdie filter is grow heavy as the tears started to dry her cheeks. She didn't want to sleep. She needed to know what would happen with the Oregon. But Matilda held her hand and sleep took her in the end. Two hands grabbed onto birdie shelters her I shot open and she screamed. In the darkness, the whites of her father's eyes glow. Is Features look bigger rounder almost like the ghost. She'd been for Halloween. Huge wide is antic keeping mouth. Birdie rubbed her eyes. He shook her a little harder than before. Ginger woke up beside her and asked what was going on. Arnold, let go birdie and clapped his hands with excitement. He found something he said. Birdie pulled the covers over her head. She wasn't interested in show and tell right now they could do that later. A rush of cold air grasp at birdies skin as her father pulled away the top sheet. But till the stood behind shelter, Birdie asked her if things would be all right, but till the sugar head gently. Birdie wasn't sure what she meant. Birdie climbed out of the big bed. Her feet clenched as they touch the floor. Everything, in the house was so cold. She turned to watch your mom. Wake up all the other kids. She didn't get why her data Wilkin her up. I. He should have gone an order then she could have slept more.

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Sheriff's deputy was killed near Santa Cruz, Los Angeles, 2 others injured in 'ambush'

Texas Home Improvement Show

00:26 sec | 2 months ago

Sheriff's deputy was killed near Santa Cruz, Los Angeles, 2 others injured in 'ambush'

"Meanwhile authorities in a northern California sheriff's deputy was killed and two other law enforcement officers were wounded when they were ambushed by a suspect who is a member of the U. S. military Santa Cruz County sheriff Jim Hart said that sergeant Damon guts water was shot and killed Saturday afternoon and Ben Lamont in unincorporated area near Santa Cruz a second deputy was also injured in connection with that

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Oklahoma State gets postseason ban, 3 years of probation, other punishments from NCAA

ESPN Radio

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

Oklahoma State gets postseason ban, 3 years of probation, other punishments from NCAA

"The NC double the committee on infractions they place the OQO misstatements basketball program on three years of probation and banned the cowboys and playing in the postseason tournament this coming season these families were a result of a level one violation involving former associate head coach Lamont Evans he was sentenced in June twenty nineteen the three months in prison for accepting between eighteen thousand a hundred fifty dollars and twenty two thousand dollars in bribes this dear place in South Carolina two Oklahoma state and a certain agents and financial advisers the school said it would

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Coronavirus in Connecticut: 23 new deaths mark lowest daily toll since April 6; state set to start reopening tomorrow

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:22 sec | 3 months ago

Coronavirus in Connecticut: 23 new deaths mark lowest daily toll since April 6; state set to start reopening tomorrow

"Thousand Connecticut governor Ned Lamont's Lamont reported three hundred and fourteen new cases of coronavirus today in twenty three new deaths that's the state's lowest daily death toll since April sixth tomorrow will be Connecticut's phase one it re opening day and the governor says the trend lines indicate that the timing is right and that the state has hit the key

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Ancient Trees: Living on the Edge

In Defense of Plants Podcast

07:58 min | 3 months ago

Ancient Trees: Living on the Edge

"I hadn't research so when I started to do a research program I thought I need to find a place in southern Ontario which is far away for Hudson Bay. I had to find that place that had harsh growing conditions so that I could carry on with Mike curiosity about how plants living environments is exclude most other plants and took up and eventually I found that the cliffs of the Niagara Escarpment run basically from northern New York state. All the way through a terrier over to Michigan had not only Lichens mosses and other plans but had these scruffy trees growing on edge of the cliffs. And that's why did you need to the ancient forests of scar. Of course. No one knew that they were ancient time. In fact in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. When I started the transition for like two trees I phoned. It was indication with the Ministry of Natural Resources asking if they would be interested in sponsoring research all on the ecology of the clips of escarpment and they wrote back and said well they were happy and by wanted to waste my time studying slips because he knew they were there. I have reminded them of that almost decade by decade. Since because Would they were disparaging where those little tiny trees growing the cliffs saying to themselves? Well Hey don't count compared with normal burnt tall forests. A scruffy vegetation on the cliffs didn't count so they could equal sign. Nothing is there and ironically but twenty years later when I was trying to confirm some of the early discoveries planned to do a sabbatical trip to France and I wrote to professor while palliate and asked him if I could come in at the cliffs in France and he said it was almost it was almost He said it was happy to host new but of course all their clips are there and in fact After we did the very cursory survey of the cliffs that he had we found the oldest living plants in France amid came Figaro He became famous because he then started a big research program. Events of living trees that stirred to grow for the Romans had left France shoe and it it freaked him out and everybody else said that he was a retrospectively so happy to have been rob his credit he was happy to say that to their discredit. Ministry of Natural Resources in Ontario. Even though they rode the ancient tree hobby-horse for years they never went. Service it oh by the way. We're sorry there was something there after all. Jeez wouldn't interesting trajectory on something that like you just interested. People wrote off and I grew up in that region looking at the Niagara Escarpment. And you see these trees they are small and I'm lucky that I grew up in a time where this was starting to be realized. And when you finally see the ages on some of these things that me. My jaw hit the floor. It's it's incredible to think of something that old in such a tiny package. Because you know you see three is or something like that in someone's yard and they're huge there but they're you know a couple of decades most but what got you interested in this idea of harshness. I know you said it started with Lichens. But to think about plants in harsh landscapes I mean you see them in asphalt you see them in gravel roads. Plants can handle it. But what made you want to study that you know? I think we probably need to have a shrink as part of the because what I've learned forty years during this is your personality. This is probably infected you right now to your personality guide to research ways that you don't even realizing now maybe this may be historical revisionism. But I think when I was a kid growing up I was the tall skinny guy that was always beaten up from school. Felt like I was the underdog in I always loved the idea of supporting anything in fastened with anything that would win by getting out of the way of the means of the bullets and those were often things cryptic where the things differently so I always tried to do things that other people were doing because then I wouldn't have to bump into that bullies that I didn't play sports. 'cause I was always the last one picked. I mean so does psychological component to working on high stress organisms whether they're plants or animals. Interestingly I fought against those buildings for years after ten years of working I actually got a H- site visit from the natural sciences and Engineering Research Council. They said by the way. We don't like the fact that you're working on rocks come and if you want to. This was a big incentive to move into the trees because they said if you WanNa have continued funding from us you have to work on something more real something more important like trees or higher plants but not Rocks Cup while many Lichen colonies several thousand years old and they said no one cares boy so with that encouragement lappy. We had all these people working in Allergy and we said okay guys. They're the writings on the wall. They don't want us to work on Lichens. What else grows beside them? That might gain some respect and one of the Grad students at whether trees growing on the same rocks. I mean maybe maybe we could just switch from the trees a A year later that we discovered on some of those cliff as trees that the rings were incredibly tight. We we had no plans to studying trees. We were simply looking at the way. Human Disturbance Influence the structure of these base forests. So to what could that. We decided a good thing to calculate was productivity enough to calculate the productivity tree. You have to divide its mass by age. Okay using architectural models. We calculated massive all the trees in climbed area in that massive all the trees in inclined area and then took core samples to find out how old they were Kazan. That would give us an estimate of productivity lifetime. Cry Tippety when we did that. You've got these core samples from the cliff face trees and we couldn't see any rings at all So then sanded them up more carefully. And that's when we realized reason why we couldn't see the richness is that they were too small and at that stage we with either. These trees are putting a tree ring every time it rains it because we were like an experts. Had We know the yet you know much about the biology trees at the time so what? We have a bunch of samples and said the sent them. Ed Cook It. Lamont Doherty in your you know in Palisades. Yeah Yeah just. North of the city in Ed. Cook wrote back and said Yes. Those are ancient trees where to find and I said well I can see Toronto from where they grow the sitting right on the edge of the escarpment facing the biggest city in Ontario. And it looks like some of them have over seven hundred rings in them. Whoa and he said well you got a good one expert instill as dendrochronology in the world. And so he he and I started to collaborate with some other lab partners and we did quite a bit work after that on the dendrochronology the series of the Niger. Escarpment but it was all accident really amazing. We weren't initially curious about ancient trees at all just wanted to see if disturbance influence productivity turned up the did disturbs make it. The trees grow faster because it was competition but that became a side issue once we found For us in a place where no one expected to find one.

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Trump administration buries detailed CDC advice on reopening

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

Trump administration buries detailed CDC advice on reopening

"For the trump administration is reportedly withholding expert guidance to states on how they should ease restrictions because the medical advice may hold up the grand re opening the CDC guidelines were too detailed and might have slowed down economic activity the trump administration is trying to speed along by letting governors decide how to ease restrictions that's the general implication of the Associated Press story it suggests the White House is keeping the blue print locked up democratic governor of Connecticut Ned Lamont wants to see what the health experts we're going to recommend I'd love to hear what the CDC has to say maybe they've got some interesting protocols they found of worked at other places around the world that we can learn from here the AP story quotes an anonymous CDC official as saying someone here to clear the guidance would never see the light of

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US Shelves a Detailed CDC Guide to Reopening Country

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:51 sec | 3 months ago

US Shelves a Detailed CDC Guide to Reopening Country

"Want to know details of the CDC plan for re opening this country Connecticut governor Ned Lamont I love to hear what the CDC has to say maybe they've got some interesting protocols they found of worked at other places around the world the we could learn from here yeah well don't hold your breath that's because the trump administration at shell place the official told the AP the guide was supposed to be published last week but scientists were told it would never see the light of day the trump administration has been closely controlling the release of guidance and information during the pandemic but White House press secretary Kaylee McEntee says the focus is on states the governor led effort first of all let me emphasize that the president has said the governor's make the decisions as to how to move forward and we encourage them to follow our phased approach the lack of real time public information from government experts has struck many current and former public health officials as dangerous

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Connecticut closing schools for remainder of academic year: governor

Keepin' It Real with Rev. Al Sharpton

00:12 sec | 3 months ago

Connecticut closing schools for remainder of academic year: governor

"Connecticut governor Ned Lamont says schools will be closed in the state for the remainder of the academic year he says schools will continue to provide distance learning and meals to children under the school lunch and breakfast programs for consumption at

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"lamont" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:21 min | 3 months ago

"lamont" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Governor Lamont says some businesses in Connecticut can start re opening may twentieth including outdoor seating at restaurants and three after a month docked at Manhattan's west side New York bid farewell to the USNS comfort W. CBS's Steve burns was there to see it off and he joins us now Steve what was the scene like as the ship headed out Ellen that really was a sight to see I was on the top level of the ship terminal which of any other day obviously cruise passengers would be cycling in and out but now the comfort was being on board the anchors were coming up we had dozens of NYPD officers standing at the edge of the pier saluting that were bagpipers playing as the saints go marching in and I took a second to actually look behind me has this was all happening that's all folks in apartment buildings across the street hanging out of their windows applauding there were construction workers taking a break on the roof of a building and they were watching and clapping and then as it got back out in the Hudson and got an escort from NYPD and FDNY boats on its way back to Virginia so really of a fitting send off for the ship here no we had heard it was actually a low number of patients that got treated on the ship compared to what its capacity is how useful to the ship end up being to the healthcare response here right at this point since the city did not hit the worst case projections for hospitalizations the ship really wasn't needed as much as initially thought only one hundred eighty two total patients were treated on the ship has a capacity of a thousand beds so obviously well below what it could have taken and that was after it made the conversion to take coronavirus station that started out only taking non covert cases I thought was it could relieve hospital so they could focus on the most serious cases but it became pretty clear that that strategy wasn't all that helpful so the ship did make that conversion but even then the extra capacity they realized would not be needed which led to the departure here but this isn't the end of the military's response what else is doing right the federal response does go on the field hospital at the Javits center still running through next week maybe the biggest contribution though was the military doctors and nurses that have been sent out to city hospitals to help out there more than six hundred of them some days collection close to seven hundred that have been sent out to help the staff that are already there and they'll be staying here into the foreseeable future that study CBS's Steve burns on the west side of Manhattan thanks so much thanks Linda the B. C. B. S. news time is five eighteen time for traffic and weather together on the eights years Tom Kaminski all right what do we go back over to queens Grand Central eastbound now heavy as you get toward Kew Gardens again out toward a hundred sixty eighth street we had a crash there the ally you just bit of argument for the fairgrounds and again as we get into Nassau County V. L. I. eve the northern and the southern state parkways are really in fairly good shape as we get that out through the area of route one ten we go back on over to the Bronx the southbound side major Deegan right across products we still had a collision there the right lane is blocked eastbound side of the cross Bronx at Webster Avenue we still a crash there and at least one lane closed note for you in New Jersey truck for one nine north bound at the Passaic River bridge a crash in one lane is closed I'm Tom Kaminski in the W. CBS traffic center and let's get a look at our weather forecast over to the weather center to meteorologist Greg Allen though that rain is getting closer now the heavier rain anyway those stuff that's going to get us right through the night.

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The U.S. states that have already loosened pandemic-control measures

Midday News

01:39 min | 3 months ago

The U.S. states that have already loosened pandemic-control measures

"Concern is that somebody's going to come in here the a symptomatic have the virus and and it's gonna passed up to one of us are to one of our clients president trump again criticized George's governor for his decision to re open the state's economy I'm not happy about it and I'm not happy about Brian camp cancel order allows barber shops hair salons gyms bowling alleys into two parlors to re open today dine in service at restaurants around Georgia can resume on Monday Connecticut could begin to loosen restrictions on businesses sometime in June it's a plan that could be unveiled in the next couple weeks W. CBS reporter Sean Adams on the story mark your calendar Connecticut may twentieth governor Lamont hopes to have a strategy for gradually getting people back to work and school at the helm of this effort is retired pepsico CEO Indra Nooyi keeping public health issues in mind how do we dial up the other three gears how do we get the levels of business working again how do we get colleges universities and schools back to you know functioning later on this month or later on in may orders a temple remember we can and then how do we protect all vulnerable the primary concern is public health yells Dr Albert cho says increased testing capacity is essential we need strategies to identify spread in the community so we can inform the public health prevention and control measures that need to do to limit future outbreaks testing contact tracing isolation social distancing they will all continue as one third of Connecticut's employees returned to work in Greenwich Sean

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Second wave of coronavirus likely to be even more devastating, CDC director warns

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:23 sec | 4 months ago

Second wave of coronavirus likely to be even more devastating, CDC director warns

"As the CDC is warning of a potentially worse the second wave of coronavirus later this year governors nationwide are still trying to deal with the first hit Ned Lamont of Connecticut says two things are still needed in order to open his state backup testing advanced testing in mass testing advance you want to get this state back to work we want to do it safely it's testing

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Write fast, edit slow

Before Breakfast

03:42 min | 4 months ago

Write fast, edit slow

"When you're working on a project that requires making something new aim to create I without questioning yourself. Then once you've gotten your ideas down you can be more disciplined about turning the something into something better. This council to write fast and at slow will be familiar to writers who are often encouraged to treat writing and editing as separate processes. They require different kinds of thinking. Just as we can't really multitask by checking email while running a conference call. We're better off writing and editing successively rather than oscillating between them in one sitting in her classic Book Bird. By bird some instructions on writing and vice author. An Lamont urges would be writers to pen crummy first drafts. Well crummy isn't the word she uses but it's will use for this family friendly show and not very good first draft paves the way she says for. Good second drafts and terrific. Their drafts Lamont discourages perfectionism. Which she writes means that you try desperately not to leave so much mess to clean up but avoiding mess may not be advisable. According to Lamont Clutter is wonderfully fertile ground tidiness. She writes suggests. Something is as good as it's going to get. Tidiness makes me think of health breath or suspended animation while writing needs to breathe and move. I love that description. When we write fast in free we give our writing breathing room and space for movement. We don't stifle it with premature criticism. Only after we've gotten our ideas on paper. Are we ready to shift to slow painstaking editing? Right fast at it slow could be the mantra for national novel writing month. Or Nino. Ramo the month-long challenge in which hundreds of thousands of people try to write a fifty thousand word manuscript during the month of November that works out to an average of sixteen hundred sixty seven words per day across the thirty days of the month. You can't write sixteen hundred sixty seven words per day and do everything else you do if you stop to critique yourself every time you've written ten words you have to keep going and save the editing for December and beyond I wrote the first draft of my time management fable Juliet School of possibilities during no rhyme. Oh 2017 Yep I wrote in an entire draft of a book during November but the book wasn't published until March of two thousand nineteen my editors than I spent big chunks of that time more than a year improving the novel. Honestly I think that was about the right pace. The underlying principle of right fast at it's slow works for other endeavors besides writing and many contacts generating ideas freely allows you and your team to have a lot of content to work with then you can refine the ideas with rigor and discipline. You're better off generating a ton of ideas for how to market your new product and then analyzing what will work verse analyzing each idea as you come up with it. That's a great way to get bogged down being with lots of crummy stuff allows us to sort through the rocks to find the gems and get those gyms polished to share with the world. In the meantime this is Laura. Thanks for listening. And here's to making the most of our time.

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Trump asserts his power as 'total' to reopen country

America's Morning News

03:43 min | 4 months ago

Trump asserts his power as 'total' to reopen country

"Of the World Health Organization says he thinks president trump is supportive of the agency despite the president's claim the administration's looking to withhold funding as it looks for fault in the timeline of the handling of the pandemic this comes as the agency warns now is the time for vigilance as countries look for exit strategies from lockdown measures as you know the United States is actually the largest contributor to W. H. H. O. O. and and I I have have met met president president trump trump a a number number of of times times before before starting starting from from twenty twenty seventeen seventeen and and recently recently where where we had a cool conversation two weeks ago and what I know is that he's supportive and I hope but the funding to W. H. O. will will continue and the relationship we have is is a very good and the we hope that this will continue but by no means does that mean that it's all over now is the time for vigilance now is the time to double down now is the time to be very very careful and that does not mean the country's cannot begin to create an exit strategy it doesn't mean that countries shouldn't be actively planning to do that but as the director general said there are them in in that sense there are there are things that need to be done you can't replace locked down with nothing you must replace locked down with a very deeply educated commission is empowered and engaged community we are going to have to change our behaviors for the foreseeable future residents from says along Vale is planned gradually reopen economy this week even as some states form their own coalitions to not plan that when asked about governors having the authority president trump said the following our specific other issues a stay at home the president not much because not many businesses he's the president of the United States the authority is total and that's what's gonna be the first governors now we have a couple of bands of excuse me just give me a call did you receive our you have a couple of bands of of the democratic governors but they will agree to it they will have the authority of the president of the United States having to do with the subject we're talking about is total Connecticut governor Ned Lamont pulling no punches in calling out the president's claim I heard that present going to throw verbal hand grenades and died two weeks ago we told your brother and myself I want a mandatory quarantine your actual policy area and we call them up and talk them down we got something a lot more reasonable doubt two weeks later once a mandatory opening up of everything I just think you like system run down these rabbit holes you're right the governor is going to make the determination of what's best for their state we care deeply about the health and safety of our citizens and we're gonna get our economy going in our program thoughtful way now he's got the bully pulpit but we're the ones that have to enforce everybody knows that the governor's where the rubber meets the road I think every governor knows what it takes to get it done just like you said when I'm on a mandatory quarantine York city we had to say Mr president there are a hundred twenty roads not to mention ferries railroads in and out there's no way to do that and he didn't do it how do you courtesy of CNN president trump's claim that he could force governor's hands comes after he left it to them to make decisions about stayed home restrictions and worked as a back up to the states responses

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Coronavirus: Trump retweets call to fire gov't expert Fauci

Rush Limbaugh

00:59 min | 4 months ago

Coronavirus: Trump retweets call to fire gov't expert Fauci

"Governor Wednesday Cuomo said then he wants partly to hold cloudy talks high with governors fifty Murphy two and Lamont about a regional Richard a wedding eventual at the weather re channel opening on seven but he says ten first W. there's O. a lot R. of information this report out there is sponsored to be absorbed by unbound you look around the world dot you org see right now warning there are young signs people people across across from from the the countries countries world world facing facing who who a a have have tough tough opened opened choice choice and and continue continue my my point point their their dream dream is is of of to to education education our our team team or or drop drop out out I I to to help help want want their their families families to to learn learn put put food food from from on on those those the the table table other other countries countries you you can can president president help help change change trump trump their their will will future future no no doubt doubt in in be be a a asked asked single single about about moment moment it it today see he how has far retweeted your support a message can go on Twitter at featuring sundown criticism dot org of Dr Wall Anthony Street Fauci right now the Dow from is Sunday down night four retweeted hundred thirty a message nine points on Twitter nasdaq that was is critical off thirty of Dr nine Anthony found and G. and the S. included and P. is down the hashtag just about forty fire found that is she brought you by opposed the T. J. Martell by conservative foundation activists joined in California the T. J. Martell foundation takes issue in with the fight doctor against found leukemia G. on cancer CNN and on aids Sunday your where he support acknowledged helps that facilitate putting social cutting edge distancing research measures that will lead in to place more effective earlier treatments and would save have more made lives visit TJ Martel dot org to learn about music's promise for a cure next news at two thirty breaking news at one starter David Lambert Michael riddle in the morning six to ten tomorrow morning I'm Jeff McKinney seven ten W. O. R. N. B. C. news radio station fifty nine degrees now it's two oh six W. O.

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10 Least Likely and Weird Race Cars of All Time

CarStuff

09:00 min | 4 months ago

10 Least Likely and Weird Race Cars of All Time

"Welcome to car stuff. I'm your host Scott Benjamin and join by Kirk Garin producer. Show as well right Kurt. Or that's right. She doing double duty again today. I think we've got a topic that both of us can. We'll probably have a lot to talk about. I think There's there's ten really unusual unlikely weird strange. Whatever you WANNA call them race cars and there's been a list compiled of course lists all over the place. This is one list I should say there's been a list compiled by a A place called driving line dot com and they had an unusual like I different one from others that I've seen which I thought was intriguing so I chose that one to kind of follow along with and then I think we're going to add our own notes because there's not a whole lot of material On each page you know. It's kind of like one of those It's like a slide show almost really when you look at it online you know below. Each photo is just a little bit of information but not a lot of information. So you know when When I when I saw the list thought well I can add something to this and make it really worthwhile for our audience. And you know something that they'd be interested in listening to and and maybe even dig into on their own and learning a little bit more about each one of these cars because they are unique in there are strange and wonderful an unusual and you know all all of the you know always you can describe a race car. That probably shouldn't be out there on the racecourse. Let's maybe the best way to put her. I mean what did you just? Just real quick. And we're not going to really dig into this. Yeah I got a few more things I wanNA talk to you about before we start today's episode. But when you saw this list that I sent over to you this This these ten unusual cars. Did you have any kind of initial Reaction to it? Yeah I mean the look of a lot of the cars is is unique when I looked at it. I went with no preconceived notions though and I tried to take each one in. Look at the era in which it raced. Things began to make a lot more sense. When you look at the cars in the landscape of racing at the time could have been ahead of its time in some ways right in some ways but other cars when you look at your like. I can't imagine at that at that time seeing that car on the race track. It'll be so unusual that it would be the one that would get all the attention You know even if it wasn't the pole sitter even if it wasn't the winner of the race of course or even if nothing really spectacular happened with it just the fact that it's on the track it makes it fascinating and unique in some way so I think it's a good list and and we'll definitely get to that you know. Let's get into some of these These these least likely and weird and unusual race cars as the author of this article says isn't it is Benjamin hunting and he is from. He's a writer from A site called driving line dot com. And that's the list of we're going to follow but I'd say we're going to add a lot to this list. And as Benjamin says racing gets weird sometimes they really does get unusual and strange and We all know this. We all know that you know racers. In a particular series. Whatever series it may be are all about bending the rules and especially? We've seen this especially in NASCAR right. Yeah we've seen it so many times in Nascar is so many different colorful characters and people that Just right in your face about it too. You know like like if it's not specifically immune exactly in the rulebook like that. I'm going to do it. And then you know. The next race has changed. You know. It's yeah the rules in the rule book and now you can't do that so they have to change their tactic and and it's kind of this This cat and mouse back and forth. You know play the game type thing that they do and and as fans we love to watch this we'd love to. We love to see the characters that are that are like a smoke eunuch or you know Carroll Shelby or any of those guys that were really you know just exciting to watch a J foyt. Whoever it happens to be it's just a it creates it creates characters SORTA. I mean a larger than life characters at the racetrack and one of the things that that results from. This is unusual. Car Design or car technology or just Tactics or you know whatever happens to be but these happen to be a the whole the whole like the complete package. These are unusual cars now again. Some of them do have just unusual technology. But along with that you know forum has to follow the function right so right This this makes You know the vehicle. Look Weird in you know. Because they're trying this new technology it makes it look unusual on the track. And that's what makes it stand out and sometimes as we said you know. These are the cars to get all the attention whether or not there on the on the pole position or win the race or don't even place at all if they make one lap. Everybody's kind of doing eye in over that one car or you know laughing at. Maybe they're laughing at it. This is on the list but a modern example of some of these types of cars will be the Delta Wing. Oh yeah that was an a sports car. Race car yeah. They're racing it anymore very unusual car. So that kind of gives you an idea if you're familiar with the Delta Wing. What we're about the dive into. Yeah if you're not take a look online I mean just do a quick Google search and you you'll be able to find the Delta wing but that is a really strange design especially I mean. Look at it next to any other car on the course at the time completely unusual. They're really strange. But that's exactly what we're talking about. And as the you know the cars as Benjamin says here you know the defy convention and a lot of cases the boundaries of good taste. And I I agree. Sometimes that's the case but you know they all have Something likeable about them as well. You know there's something about rooting for the underdog or something. You know cheering for you. Know the guy that is trying something new. Hey why not There've been again a lot of people that A lot of people that enjoy doing that. And they do so behind the The wheel of misfits like number one on our list here which is the Cadillac. Lamont Stra and I hope I'm pronouncing that right but it's a French racecar and it's a nineteen forty nine car actually Which is competing in one thousand nine hundred fifty and I'll I'll describe what's going on here but you really need to take a look at this car online you need to. You need to have an image of what we're talking about here because there is some unusual bodywork going on right definitely wind tunnel tested if for the time. That's that's pretty a pretty unique. I would imagine for road race car anyway. For any car. I think at that time. I don't think I don't think they're doing a lot of Of Wind Tunnel testing back. In that time I mean I know that you know. Of course the Wright brothers had built their you know their little wind tunnel and there were there. Were you know to test? Their designs like the tabletop version. And then later a bigger version but then and I think that you know of course there were. There were some wind tunnels around there. Were and I know that manufacturers did use them and you know there's the later I think I don't know about catch here remember when the Chrysler Airflow was bill but of course manufacturers use wind tunnel testing and they do now a lot and so two race teams. Of course I think when you see car looks like this from this era. The wind tunnel is almost always to blame to blame. They've they're designing the car based on that data that they get from the test. How does it sides? Yeah Yeah. It's a very unusual looking car to me. You know what it looks like to me and I. I'm not a huge star wars fan. Believe it or not I mean and I kind of grew up in that era and I think it was the first movie I ever saw out. You know with my parents like at a theatre back in the late seventies to me the Cadillac series. Sixty one that. This is built from based on the nineteen forty nine. Not The not the streetcar. But this car this This Monster Stra looks an awful lot like the land speeder from From Star Wars. Yeah it really does. I mean it's not the same color is not that copper color anything but it does have a lot of similarity to the land speeder. Yeah and it looks like it's almost hovering above the ground. You can't really see the wheels underneath it. It's such an unusual designed very very strange. Very cool now But imagine seeing this in nineteen fifty on the racetrack in LME. Because that's where raced Briggs Cunningham was the one who took this car and again underneath? It's nineteen forty nine Cadillac series. Sixty one is a couple of cars that he actually brought. He brought a factory. Spec manual equipped series sixty one coupe and the other one was the one that they had designed in the wind tunnel. And this is the the Lamont Stra Which means of course the monster and for good reason I mean when you see I guess But the the French. I think dubbed it but this car had a Three hundred thirty one cubic inch V eight that had five carburetors. And it says it ran an eventful race burying itself in the Sand Bank at one point in requiring Cunningham to leave the driver's seat and dig it out and then despite all that he finished eleventh in the race. Now isn't that unusual? I mean now think about getting out of the car having to dig out of a Sandbank. Get it back on. The course came back in racing again for the remainder of the twenty four hours whatever wherever it is and still finishing eleven in eleventh place. That's impressive it is impressive. It's impressive car survived that kind of a lick. The I think it's a decent finish. I GUESS FOR V. You know did something like that. Usually you know we've heard of these unusual cases where a driver will be in a race in the you know they. They Call Spin and so they've had a spin out. They didn't hit a wall or anything like that and yet they win the race somehow

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Tri-state Coronavirus cases and deaths rise as NY and NJ governors order unused ventilators to be seized for use

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Tri-state Coronavirus cases and deaths rise as NY and NJ governors order unused ventilators to be seized for use

"As coronavirus cases and deaths rise governor Andrew Cuomo and New Jersey governor Phil Murphy have ordered unused ventilators and other equipment to be seized from medical facilities and re routed to hospitals treating coronavirus patients Deborah Burks a member of president Donald trump's coronavirus task force said Connecticut could become one of the next hot spots for code nineteen that's something governor Ned Lamont has been saying the data released on Friday showed the number of Connecticut cases is over forty nine hundred with one hundred thirty one deaths more than half of the deaths are in Fairfield

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"lamont" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

Yahoo Finance Presents

08:07 min | 5 months ago

"lamont" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

"And if I want to test in Connecticut can I get one If you're showing symptoms and you get permission from your doctor you will get a test. We've amplified our testing. Probably a hundred fold in the last week Comma. That's not nearly good enough. Look at that compared to South Korea in other places where they were virtually testing everybody on a regular basis. We're not there yet. I hope we get. There is a country before it's too late. Yeah I mean you've had deaths in the state of Connecticut from Cova Nineteen and my understanding. Is that one of those deaths was built hike. A family friend of yours. In what did you learn from experiencing that and must have been very difficult? No it it. It brings Invisible germ right to your heart and brings it home look. We spent months as a and even a lot of people in the state. This is something that's going on over in China. This is something going on Italy. Okay it's in Seattle is getting closer here. Some people are infected but everybody's going about their life And then all of a sudden the fatalities really rang the bell for a lot of people and People begin to understand why we took those very restrictive measures early that we did. Let's face it. There was some pushback early on you. Know we said no do High School Basketball Sports Championships and we had thousands of people signing a petition. We had students protesting outside of the center. I think people understand why we did what we did. Have you ever seen anything like this in your life or in politics before governor? I really haven't. I mean obviously you and I you know you remember nine eleven Kennedy assassination maybe. Pearl Harbor going back in time. They're big riveting issues. That have galvanized. The American people and occasionally air incredibly dysfunctional democracy gets together on a unified basis. I think this is one of those times but it's It's even more tragic because we had an opportunity to see it coming and now it's going to change things forever and we don't know when it's GonNa end in its current form. You think any good could come out of this in terms of people pulling together. You always hope so We we thought nine eleven might be transformative. It lasted for you. Know Months Right now I gotTa Tell You Labor and Business Republicans and Democrats. I was just on with the faith community. This is a state that's really rallying together rowing in the same direction. The hospitals everybody stepping in we have hundreds of retired nurses who've come back and said what can we do to help? We're getting some of those young nurses coming out of nursing school getting them trained in up So people are stepping up and that are really proud of re switch away from Corona virus for just a little bit here governor and I wanna ask you about politics you endorsed Joe Biden last July early to that particular party Why is that the case? I thought at the time and I think today that he's The best man to That point maybe unify the party but more importantly unify the country and And I still believe that and I hope he's our next president. What do you think his chances are at this point Governor Trotha? I haven't spent a lot of time on that issue Everybody has taken a pause On the race. But I think he's the right man for the moment He has the relationships around the world at a time where A lot of those relationships have been fractured. A time. Where you really need the world working together. He has good relationships on both sides of the aisle and Congress and some people knock him for that and but I think that's an enormous plus right now I think he's got the temperament the personality and the experience to help us through this tough time. Let me let me ask you a two big companies in your statement where forget at in CIGNA Two major health insurers Hauer? They've bearing on. Are you in touch with executives from those companies? Yeah no we absolutely do we. Talk all the time Right now they're watching us. They're claims could go through the roof so they have to monitor this very carefully but I I give him a little push from another direction. I said The banks are Not necessarily forgiving loans but Deferring payments on loans were we as the state of Connecticut or saying you don't have to make the tax payments for the near term. The utilities have come forward and said we'RE NOT GONNA CUT ANYBODY OFF FOR WATER POWER. Whatever those utility bills might be and I'm really urging Our health insurance as well to give people a little bit of room to Traverse these tough times. I hope they do sell governor. You're you come from a family that has had played leadership roles in government in the private sector for generations and. I'm wondering if you tapped into any of that During these times I've tapped into the fact that You're on this earth and make a difference if you get in the Public Service. You're here to make people's better and Tragically this is a big opportunity to make people's lives better or at least a lot less worse for the near term and this is a time where people sort of a dismissive especially as state government. It's a bunch of tax happy bureaucrats who loved the overregulate you to death except now now people realize I got public health and public safety working together with the hospitals Working together with nursing homes reaching out working with the clergy working with mental health homeless. This is a time. Government can make a difference and I'm proud of the opportunity. I have to help make a difference in this state and last question governor. How can ordinary citizens lean in and try to make this situation better? What do they need to do on the simplest front Andy is stay home and tell their friends. Tell those young millennials tell those Twenty year olds who. Maybe you're a little dismissive. You're not just endangering yourself. Your daydream the community and more broadly. you know beyond that. We have incredible philanthropy people. Somebody just stepped up and said we're going to fund dozens of Daycare facilities in and around our hospitals. That'll be announced very soon. These are the type of things that can make an extraordinary difference in a small way or big way. If you have a senior citizen lives nearby Knock on the door and say you're going to go pick up a meal for them and Or even better call that restaurant. That's struggling to stay Stay alive and say look. We're going to order some takeout and We're going to bring that in. And maybe I'll buy a gift certificate so when we get on the backside of Corona. We'll be able to come in. Enjoy your restaurant. There are a lot of ways that people can reach out and help each other out governor Ned Lamont of Connecticut. Thank you so much. Fear it time. Thanks for getting the message out. We need good information this day and age. You're doing that we'll catch up soon anti FACS. I'm Andy Serwer. You've been watching influencers. We'll see you next time..

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"lamont" Discussed on Toure Show

Toure Show

04:21 min | 7 months ago

"lamont" Discussed on Toure Show

"Painstaking effort. It takes to do intellectual actual work you know people see Mike Tyson on TV. But I remember being a graduate student and going to his house. I was research assistant and I helped him A Cup compile some of the research for the Marvin Gaye Book and I remember bringing him. You know some articles in some papers and some Shit and you know and Mike is painstaking. Mike writes every every word he writes every footnote he reads everything. You give them like. He Ain't you know what I'm saying like all I did was go to the library. You know what I'm saying and I remember going to his house. And it was like seeing being Osama it was like seeing a Saddam Hussein. Come out of that hole because he had been in his crib like a month he cut his hair. You know what I mean. He was eating and writing. Fourteen eighteen hours a day and reading and just going in day after day after day. And I'm like yeah. People see the cool shit but they don't see the level of the work in a level of discipline in level of fight. You know what I'm saying that it takes to do this work well and so I wanNA convey how much fun it is but I wanNA convey I one of my favorite stories doc. We talk about Kobe before I I remember thinking I want so I played basketball high school and I remember when I were you a one point. Go Yeah it was a one. Yeah and I remember after school. I went to a different. I went to one high school Kobe. Bryant went to a different high school in his cousin a wounded overseas and still plays overseas. John Harkes went to a different time. Anyway we'd all go over to Saint Joe's and we workout after after a you played ball koby in high school you. We played We play together. We're actually for Sunny Hill. We we started. I was the point guard. He was to guard. So you were good. We played on the same squad as we. Oddly enough we met basketball camp me him and Kevin Hart went to basketball camp one summer in Ninth Grade Tenth Grade Ninth or tenth grade. Oh Shit yes. Speedy Mars basketball camp. Okay Kevin was you know. Point Guard telling jokes time. Kobe was bus nearby. As you know what. I mean Anyway so after a year or two we start working after school and and I remember like we do drills we we play these Games And we played this game called college which basically like King of the hill one in one out I score. I'm off next person. Come on John's cousin being proud year or two older than him so I could be John. I could be John. I could be John if John. Ip Ten Times might win somewhere between four and six times okay. You know 'cause I I wasn't score winning and you come in on defense okay. I've played Kobe in my life. Two Hundred Times never beat them never been made. It seem like a big deal but when you play a game like that where you got you got at the ball I in all you gotTa do is score. You think would win one. And it's like ten eleven twelve greater when like yeah every once in a while maybe he took the shift so serious and what like. We didn't write but he had a level of like obsession with winning and disciplined about it every time the I had never seen before and then we play for our or to Kobe. Already done it to our work. We did this and then after I left I will go home because now we all went to baseball practice after school. We all other eight o'clock at night. Kobe within go to the main floor would a trainer and shoot hundred jump shots one hundreds of jump shots hundreds of jump shots from every spot on the floor. I remember one day I came in a gym and he was shooting free throws left-handed. And thank you when we need to laugh and free throw. He would jump shot threes unless issue two. And I'd be like that actually doesn't make sense to me but Chore Maybe One that you fade away lefthanded shot out of bounds. But you'll never need a left handed free throw and then I remember he was playing against somebody remember it was it was in the middle of his career and he broke his hand mill of play and he shot the free throw left hand. I remember that and like Damn near cry. I don't even think he made it but the idea that he was preparing for some shit that the rest of US couldn't even imagine and again. You could argue. It wasn't a good expenditure of time especially since I don't think you made the free throw. But the idea that he was imagining a moment like that and the fact that he was willing to work an an extra hour or two just in case that one moment happen sure was a testament to his disciplined and his commitment as a basketball player..

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"lamont" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"lamont" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"This is kindred Lamont what's up LA this is Camille avail it's one of two point seven kiss FM and I heart radio station doing so is god only one up in this case the struggle for the thing thing leave a guy now who is always is every time that you say that's when you get the very we paid is is as you point seven kiss FM number one for new music around it you can gather and now they would be together just the music and nothing else they're just friends she just broke a man down just say Shawn Mendes it for me it's one of two point seven KIIS FM LA's number one hit music station is yeah and to me like he's going to be there festival this year it's one of two point seven kiss FM don't miss it if you do not miss the biggest we do it every year the start of the concert I can call it that because it's so much bigger I mean we have to let shown up just to be apart because they called us going Hey can I play this because I see the light of a huge they want to be a part of it all three will be their chance the rapper of course my favorite I can't wait to see Alicia keys Miley Cyrus the list goes on and on eight X. S. dot com if you need to get your tickets but we better see their babies the weekend of September twentieth there are some of us that choose to work while others sleep know that life is a choice between two compromises choosing to not compromise and fiat we build our cars to be practical and attractive going past were other stuff so if you're ready come see the new fiat five hundred X. iffy dealer I'll go to fiat USA dot com before six AM enter promo code fiat nights in a one thousand dollars bonus cash on select models see dealer for details must take retail.

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"lamont" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"lamont" Discussed on KNSS

"And he has so far here tonight in both receptions and returning. I intend Oklahoma but backed up from their own five back to pass his Jordan. Join geeked out field. Got him out there overthrown incomplete. And that one he led his receiver a little bit too far that was day. Sean, gordon. So the first time that Lawrence Joe or excuse me. Josh Floyd is looked similar other than Josh Stewart. And that was Gordon who ran a deep post, but the pass was out in front of him. He was open to have his defender by a couple of steps. And if Lawrence Jordan Taylor, excuse me, if Josh Floyd delivers that pass on the money that's going to be six for Oklahoma all night long. But he led him a little too far incomplete so second intent Oklahoma from their own five yard line four receivers three of them out to the left Floyd back. Scrambling dumps it off to one of his Lima who's across the ten out to the twelve yard line before. He's tripped out. And so okay. Ahome getting a little creative right there as that was Lamont McDonald's and Lamont McDonnell just caught a pass and carried for about seven yards at get this six three three hundred sixty pounds. But his three hundred sixty pounds brought down for a seven yard gain. So it's third down and about three from the Oklahoma twelve yard line. Josh Floyd four receivers to each side. Back flushed out rolling to the right? Nearly tripped up in the end zone escape to tackles throws on the road has man downfield. But it said complete and good coverage downfield by the force and Floyd really just getting rid of that one flag is down in the backfield. So hold everything. Oklahoma's pointing is if the officials have already been overheard saying this is against Wichita referee will tell us for sure. I quarters come to a close. That is a penalty against Wichita. So the force guilty of the infraction and that will allow Oklahoma's drive to stay alive, but a good first quarter all in all for the force making some history tonight in Enid, Oklahoma the first ever home game for the Oklahoma flying aces. But it's all which also far force ten Oklahoma nothing as we go to quarter. Number two..

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"lamont" Discussed on Toure Show

Toure Show

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"lamont" Discussed on Toure Show

"Marc Lamont hill has been a friend for a long time. I really know dude and still look up to him because he's doing a million things well and conducting his career with a sense of purpose and being guided by principles, then after we'd already plan to meet he was abruptly fired by CNN for a speech. He gave at the United Nations where he spoke for Palestine and was critical of Israel and said Palestine deserves to be free from the river to the sea to some that phrase suggested the end of Israel. It's not how Mark minted. But that's how some took it, and he was fired by CNN. He's got many many other jobs tenured, professor temple. He owns a bookstore in Philly called uncle bobby's. He's working on books and movies, and he does speeches. He's still BT. But. Getting fired from a prominent guest slot at CNN big deal. Mark doesn't come to this issue lightly. He's visited Palestine over ten times in the last few years and read a massive stack of series academic books about the Middle East. He thought deeply about all this and has a really interesting position on it. We met at his apartment in Brooklyn. He lives super close to me. So here we go. It's Marc Lamont hill onto a ratio. Mark I doing I m okay only. Okay now as you were like. This is better than this is. Okay. I'm feeling. I'm actually feeling good. I'm feeling INA jazzy days. Yeah. Yeah. On. But I'm feeling good. What happened? He's talking about. The Sixers marvelous season. Or are we talking about the gotta give you props that many times in our friendship? We have jot about sports, and I have had a city that I could stand behind you do not or you eat right now, you are crushing the game in multiple sports. I can't really say I'm feeling good to be for the Delfi right now talk much shit as long as I can. Because Jay when we were like trust the process with the Sixers. I believe it was bullshit. And it's really happening. It was bullshit. You know, you lose enough you'll you'll get some good picks. We swung and missed on enough. No, no. No. No. No, no. The Knicks have been consistently horrible for years. And you try to be competitive. That's where you're wrong. We decided to go full. Well, yes. When you go full trash, you can maybe. No. So. No. So it's been four days CNN Friday Saturday Sunday Monday about that four or five days. Yeah. What happened? I gave a speech at the United Nations on Wednesday. And the next day. CNN's contacted me let me know that they didn't feel that the speech was in line with the values. We parted ways. And since then it's just been a blur. Your speech was not incendiary. I didn't think so it was very calm. I didn't hear you say anything, certainly nothing anti Israel. Right. I mean, you laid out critical of Israel. Yeah. You laid the some of the atrocities that they have committed, but non-inflammatory way these are factual things that have happened. That's my sense. I mean, was it the phrase from the river to the sea that was the triggering problem that became the headline. You know, it's hard for me to say what the actual trigger. Was. There are people who I'm sure genuinely felt that that phrase is problematic. I'm sure there's people who felt that way. But I think the people who initially responded to the speech where not specifically responding to that phrase as much as they were responding to the speech being. Severely or significantly anyway, critical of of the state of Israel, an Israeli policy, and I think the river to the sea became an opportunity to to make a certain kind of claim about the speech. I think really wasn't in line with what the speech actually said. Also, I think the phrase river to the sea itself is something that has been taken in twisted out of context. Oh my God. You use the HAMAs frays river to the HAMAs phrase have the ever used it, of course. But so of many other groups Isreaeli groups of used a Palestinian groups of us in moderates of us. I'm not nearly as much in the space as you are you've been to Palestine many times, you are deeply educated and on the ground in the situation. So just for folks who are not Ilie invested in..

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"lamont" Discussed on Toure Show

Toure Show

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"lamont" Discussed on Toure Show

"Marc Lamont hill has been a friend for a long time. I really know dude and still look up to him because he's doing a million things well and conducting his career with a sense of purpose and being guided by principles, then after we'd already plan to meet he was abruptly fired by CNN for a speech. He gave at the United Nations where he spoke up for Palestine and was critical of Israel and said Palestine deserves to be free from the river to the sea to some that phrase suggested the end of Israel. It's not how Mark minted. But that's how some took it, and he was fired by CNN. He's got many many other jobs tenured professor at temple. He owns a bookstore in Philly called uncle bobby's. He's working on books and movies, and he does speeches. He's still BT. But. Getting fired from a prominent guest slot at CNN big deal. Mark doesn't come to this issue lightly. He's visited Palestine over ten times in the last few years and read a massive stack of series academic books about the Middle East. He thought deeply about all this and has a really interesting position on it. We met at his apartment in Brooklyn. He lives super close to me. So here we go. It's Marc Lamont hill onto a ratio. Mark I doing I m. Okay. Only. Okay. Now, S you relax. This is better than this is. Okay. I'm feeling. I'm actually feeling good. I'm feeling jazzy days. Yeah. Yeah. On. But I'm feeling good. What happened? He's talking about the Sixers marvelous season. Or are we talking about the gotta give you props that many times in our friendship? We have jot about sports, and I have had a city that I could stand behind you do not or you eat right now, you are crushing the game in multiple sports. I can't really say I'm feeling good to be for the Delfi right now talk much shit as low as I can because Jay when we were like trust the process with the Sixers. I believe it was bullshit. And it's really happening was bullshit. You know, just luck. You lose enough. You'll you'll you'll get some good picks. We swung and missed on enough. No, no. No. No. No, no. The Knicks have been consistently horrible for years. And you try to be competitive. That's where you're wrong. We decided to go full. Well, yes. When you go full trash, you can maybe. No. So. No. So it's been four days CNN Friday Saturday Sunday on the air about that four or five days. Yeah. What happened? I gave a speech the United Nations on Wednesday. And the next day. CNN's contacted me let me know that they didn't feel that the speech was in line with the values. We parted ways. And since then it's just been a blur. Year's speech was not incendiary. I didn't think it was very calm. I didn't hear you say anything, certainly nothing anti Israel. Right. I mean, you laid out critical of Israel. Yeah. You laid the some of the atrocities that they have committed, but non-inflammatory way these are factual things that have happened. No. That's my sense. I mean, was it the phrase from the river to the sea that was the triggering problem that became the headline. You know, it's hard for me to say what the actual trigger. Was. There are people who I'm sure genuinely felt that that phrase is problematic. I'm sure there's people who felt that way. But I think the people who initially responded to the speech where not specifically responding to that phrase as much as they were responding to the speech being. Severely or significantly anyway, critical of of the state of Israel, an Israeli policy, and I think the river to the sea became an opportunity to to make a a certain kind of claim about the speech. I think really wasn't in line with what the speech actually said. Also, I think the phrase river to the sea itself is something that has been taken in twisted out of context. Oh my God. Use the HAMAs frays river, the disease HAMAs phrase have the ever used it, of course. But so of many other groups Isreaeli groups of used a Palestinian groups of us in moderates of us. I'm not nearly as much in the space as you are you've been to Palestine many times, you are deeply educated and on the ground in the situation. So just for folks who are not Ilie invested in..

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"lamont" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"lamont" Discussed on 790 KABC

"So there's been some churn in California politics that just because a bunch of incumbents lost their re-election bids in November there's been some churn at the California Democratic party and another story that broke just before we signed on the air. Don't know if you saw this one of my former colleagues at CNN Marc Lamont hill just got the boat. CNN severed ties with contributor Marc Lamont hill on Thursday today following comments that university professor made about Israel and Palestine in a speech to the United Nations. Marc Lamont hill is no longer under contract with CNN CNN spokesman told the website media, he'll urge countries to boycott Israel, the speech on Wednesday calling for a free Palestine from the river to the sea. His comments sparked an immediate backlash with many noting from the river to the sea is a phrase used by HAMAs and other anti Israel terror groups, the phrase implies the replacement of Israel by a Palestine stretching from the Jordan river to the Mediterranean Sea, though hill disputes, his characterizations, those characterizations have his comments. So he's a guy, but beyond that, he basically wants the country to disappear. Yes. Are we misinterpreting him? Well, he was a guy that was photographed with Louis Farrakhan. And I think Louis Farrakhan had him on the website at one point in the past. And I do have to say that the saddens me to see this because he was one of the people I've worked with at CNN. I got to know him a little bit not not particularly well, but he was always such a pleasant jovial guy. You know, one of the things you have said to me because you've been in a lot of green rooms waiting to go on to oppose somebody. But you're hanging out in the green room with the person you're going to oppose right? And you get to know them better than the people that take the same position as you because you're not usually on the same segments as them. And sometimes you get to like the better than the people you agree with you get to know him better. Yeah. There was one guy who you got to know in the green room. That's right. Who just resigned Eric Baumann, the chairman of the California Democratic party that broke just before we went on the air. I'll give you all those details in minutes. But right now, it's time for headlines. KABC news.

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"lamont" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"lamont" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"But the name lamont is so fun to screen and i didn't realize it until will farrell started screaming hey lamont see just rolls go this blush leg lamont and he just got on them and so when he started we all started and then it just became a never ending ev for the entire inning we've just scream at him nothing terrible because we're not rude and we're not tacky but it was just this is push legal ahmad what do you do lamont take this stuff back to detroit lamont doesn't play here lamont you know simple stuff but lamont was on the end of everything so we lay into him for about seven innings i think like i i'm not sure but i think johnny damon might have been playing for the tigers that point and he would run by the dugout sweet and it'd be like are you yelling yes because the only reason he's on third he was right in front of us he was like twenty feet away from us we just wrote him hard and any year after year well then on follow on slicks same thing it was g lamont on third coaching third and we'd just ride them relentlessly finally think year two of writing somebody whispered in his ear by the way there's will ferrell and these guys are in there and they're giving you a hard time and so he finally because we all we wanted was to acknowledge us he's at i don't know it was like seventh inning of he turned around just looked at us and gave it like a head nod and it was as if we won the world series we started screaming and jumping up and down and we're waving our hat in the air and then we were so enamored with gene jean we go out and seeing the seventh inning stretch take me out to the ball game yet right yeah and we ended now you know we end the song with gene lamont and is not going to happen that's going to happen tonight it's it happens is tradition but now he's part of the royals front office this is the beautiful thing about coming full circle now gene lamont he's a.

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"lamont" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"lamont" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Lamont do you have a story in his childhood of him having an unreasonable confidence unreasonable being unreasonably confident no i actually was telling somebody the day that they say why don't you get real excited on some stuff he do i say because he works hard i expected so if he if he wouldn't be as successful at it i would be upset all right chris simms rank blake bortles these seventieth best quarterback in the nfl masking lamont this jalen you agree with wait a minute wait oh no what did you say again i'm sorry chris sins has ranked as ready to slate portal's seventieth bet seventy you know lamont has called his son after games is killing us so bortles was as good as you are we'd be winning the championship look at the smile on his face chris conversation okay let's stay out of this asking your dad lamont do you agree with kristen's seventieth best quarterback in the nfl all our most saying te'o voice that's my quarterback i want access to those private conversations thank you jalen and thank you sir appreciates i thank you guys it's all about the benjamins baby i can't shut my dad up you think he's going to be able to whatever's dad's opinions on bortles you think he's gonna get it next you're holding after line ma'am what did you say you're next in line for the water slide man feet forward and enjoy the ride okay deary this does look fun.

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"lamont" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"lamont" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Lamont do you have a story in his childhood of him having an unreasonable confidence unreasonable being unreasonably confident no i actually was telling somebody the day that they say why don't you get real excited on some stuff he do i say because he works hard i expected so if he if he wouldn't be as successful at it i would be upset all right chris simms rank blake bortles these seventieth best quarterback in the nfl masking lamont this jalen you agree with wait a minute wait oh no what did you say again i'm sorry chris sins has ranked as ready to slate portal's seventieth bet seventy you know lamont has called his son after games is killing us so bortles was as good as you are we'd be winning the championship look at the smile on his face chris conversation okay let's stay out of this asking your dad lamont do you agree with kristen's seventieth best quarterback in the nfl all our most saying te'o voice that's my quarterback i want access to those private conversations thank you jalen and thank you sir appreciates i thank you guys it's all about the benjamins baby i can't shut my dad up you think he's going to be able to whatever's dad's opinions on bortles you think he's gonna get it next you're holding after line ma'am what did you say you're next in line for the water slide man feet forward and enjoy the ride okay deary this does look fun.

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"lamont" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

KROQ 106.7FM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"lamont" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

"The banner now to learn more okay rock kennedy hodges suggestion for any kind of broadcast employed who is the kevin and beans show gerald cure ooh hey one laws the harlem lovely florida he was straight fast eight eu and hand on the embassy down and the man as mumbo wall gene lamont hill did allowed main issues la ooh really sms tu wien three with ever law no no.

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"lamont" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"lamont" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"The the thing and it's called the baseline because it originally start as poker turned the s uh but now there's boeing now it's bowling uh but we also still play softball game at royals uh that the k a stadium i still i call royal stairways do but and and and then just real quick before let you go the take me onto the ballgame moment 7 thinning the royals always let you in the rest of the crew go out there now the hope all the big slickers go out everybody greta everybody goes out and we saying and we've seen the tape now the ballpark we always ended with uh gene lamont which means nothing to anybody other than the first year we did the big slick welfare was there were sit in the dugout sweet and we were heckling gene lamont he was a third base coach for the tigers and he just happened to be close and he was on the other team so he got that he cut the wrath and it was a lot and that's porcelain call cut hello mark and it was just the lamont was such an easy name to yell and it was so much fun whose eyes plus leg lot mop god and though he was doing nothing i don't even know if you've heard us for the most luxurious happy here is a because we were in his hip pocket just yellen added the whole game and then just lamont gene lamont became this thing that's how you every time we walk out to them from the dugout to the third base we go gene lamont gene lamont gene lamont like the dust star death and i don't know if was just became a thing in the more beers we had the better funny or was to us so and now who is an analogy resign number of the royals front office gene lamont have you told in this story i think he's heard through the great but the bottom line is welcome gene please give us a big slick k c dot org to find out more about that at the robbery go on twitter big slick casey on twitter of the podcast that sarah tian a check that out uh and twelve strong in theaters near you and we'll see you in minneapolis for the nfl honestly i wait at all uh rob wriggle here on the rich eisen show will wrap up the show.

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"lamont" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"lamont" Discussed on Double Toasted

"The arrive philippine movie easily he's trying to find his career ness dumpster he's they professional dumpster dive right there oh said like this is some he's a he's a professional dumpster diver in it emmys straight up this is some seven aslan shit like like you watch this you see that that thing he got the rich trump because of the deep initiate me he goes i dig deep into these into these dumpsters and it's not that he just did he is not the digs in any dumpster he has to do in front of his daughter school yard so every day i mean plus he also has a black site kicked a pretty much they big dummy got his all lamont and ended and he has no respect for doddie out there dumpster darwin everett in that these kids must though isn't good shit because the dotted like there could you please go to another dump shimon could huntable doesn't go serbs sovereign here in and the kids have come looking at her dare looking like fucking oscar the grouch every day and yet out of here you're bomb in you know was funny about him been a dumpster dhabi is not just a career it's an addiction yeah because you don't really see him profit off this he just words like he has a mental problem yeah really is an addiction so much that one of the wishes brings on novelty have won the wishes brains the to them of millions of dollars in a night at home in italy dress the tuxedo one atop were nam nam yummy thinks he he would be i mean he didn't these these are them we'll get back into the plan saks in here.

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