17 Burst results for "Roger Cross"
"roger cross" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"And carrier with us. Along with the kiddos Connor, Cameron and Chloe. A couple of C's involved in this with one big K there like it Well done. Welcome, guys where y'all live. We live in Cranbury Township, Pennsylvania, just north of Pittsburgh. Oh, cool. Welcome all the way to Nashville. Thank you. Have you and what? How much doubt of you paid off? We have paid off $303,500. In seven years, one month with 143,000 of that in the last nine months. So could this gracious? What was the income range? It started out about 2 to 21. This last year's about 3 71 It'll be a little bit north of that this year out some increase you guys do for a living. I'm a domestic engineer. I run a sales team for the eastern half the United States for consumer package. Good company, the team cheerleader. I got a great teammate folks than do a great job of selling stuff. The retailers around country. You're apparently a great cheerleader. Well done. They don't pay cheerleaders like that. If they're not good at it, Weldon, you're not a petite human beings to play some football back in the day way. Didn't have a football team where I grew. Are you serious? I coached up in Pennsylvania and I'm gonna tell you some large human beings up there way. Well, yes, some good people, but hard working. Amazing number of Hall of Fame people out of areas with Jim Kelly Jo named Mike Ditka all over so so tell me what motivated you guys to get serious about attacking this that Well, you know, it's it's a 25 year success story, and it's funny because you know when I when I was, I've had this conversation with you guys, probably about 2000 times in the last seven years, Normally on a treadmill sometime in the morning. And when we knew we were getting close to time because we paid off her house, you know when we We knew we were getting close to time and I sat down. I started writing down kind of what I was thinking, cause I knew we had just a segment. It was only a certain amount of time. There's so much to tell you. And when I finally came up for air, it was about 63,000 words. 16 chapters afforded an afterward in this concept in this title called Working for Rachel. And what it was was. It's the biblical Rachel and Jacob story right because Jacob had to work for Rachel for seven years. So we thought working for Leah was kind of like the consumer debt part and then working for Rachel. Was paying off our home right? Because when he said on DH, that was always about the process, Verse 20 it says, and Jacob served for Rachel for seven years, but it's seemed like but a day. Because of his love for her, and all of a sudden it went from a process to a concept, right went to kind of this hide if we're now working for Rachel, right, this baby step seven. This is because we've always felt like were your patient zero right Were a case study. Ivor Everyday millionaires book, right? I mean, it was like, you know, I looked back and I say We did this and we said Ah! It's It's a memoir for grandkids and their grandkids. It's a prayer journal when we went back and said, This is where God showed up here and here and here, just at the right time. And somewhere along the way, there's inspiration and motivation because we're extraordinarily ordinary. I mean, that was a 2.93 student in college. I was on academic probation twice. I was on disciplinary probation was You know, I couldn't spell CPG if spotted me, the sea and the G coming out of school. But, you know, I punched above my weight. When I got married. I married Proverbs 31 woman know who Ah Who's worth this part more than Rubies in her. I've had no lack of gain on and you know, we've been great partners. But what seven years ago is when you started the 304 That you knocked out What started that problem? Sure, Sure. You know, we way bought this house back in 2003 and it was like, 60% debt to income. I mean, we stretched into this house. I mean, because when you're when you're building this house, you know you can justify anything. I mean, because it's always cheaper to do it out front versus after one year in sales, you can always make more money, so yeah, yeah, We cannot earn much stupidity. We closed on the house in December of 2003 and a five year arm in a 3.75% rate and Five years in December 2003 was December of 2008. Right, So I mean, we were staring square in the face of the housing crash, and we just got lucky in the sense that Pittsburgh was one of two markets that didn't go down during that time, and we were able to do it and spent three or four years kind of Figuring out you know and refinancing feeling better about an amortization schedule I met you in 2011 were out Maui for Ah 15th wedding anniversary. And all of a sudden this guilt and shame came over me because I'd put the family so much risk and it works only when it works and it worked for us, and we're in a good spot at that point, but you know, it was like I felt like I'd walked through a land mine and hadn't tripped any the bombs, But I looked back and said I'm never going to do that again. And I just got really sir. Lucky I got both my legs. Absolutely. So we got 2 2013 We re finance for the final time in February of that year. At hopes we had a 15 year 2.75% $303,500. And it was not the 15 years didn't matter. The 2.75 didn't matter what mattered. Was the $303,500 I would have paid off in two years that you say do baby step 45 and six at the same time, right? So I mean, so we put back 255,000 for college. During that time. You saved three or $400,000 for retirement during that time and just slowly but surely knocked it off. And then when a bonus would get bigger than we thought, or when stock options would come, we just take a big slug against that. You know, we finally got to where we needed to be and You know what? Carrie? At what point in this journey? Did you finally look at him and go? I've been telling you this Well, you know, it's a scary thing to think like we're And the sacrifices that we were going to have to make to accomplish this, but it he's never steered me wrong, so and he's always been good financially, so I just had to trust. Oh, you didn't. You didn't step up and go. I've been telling you this, Okay, alright, because I've gotta watching her. I'm thinking she's going and she already knew all this. I tell you what's interesting, though, is we pay the house off on March 12th. I got it. I got it. Bonus on March the ninth and I talked to my financial advisor and I said, it's within $400 of the balance of the house, and on March 11th World started falling apart March 12th. I did an electronic transfer to the bank, and it was like God put us in the ark and shut the door and then the rain came on, and we just exhaled..
"roger cross" Discussed on No Challenges Remaining
"Who whatever reason he did not win the favor of the public and has to deal with that for his whole career and I think given so much of that I think. He's sent an incredibly admirable job of staying You know as as as respectful as he has in a lot more than that. I'm sure I would. And on respect generally like I've said before on twitter like I think his sportsmanship on court has been certainly in. The last decade has been super impeccable. He's one of the best to giving back points. Like he thinks you know points to be replayed or conceding points at that which I think are like really really meaningful sportsmanship gestures where you know you're decreasing your chance of winning a match by giving away point and nobody does that without hesitation a lot in way that again. I Great and I. Yeah and so. I'm curious when you've been in conversations. How much you talk outside of the Novak Fandom to people about Novak people who are fans of the other other other other families in this gang war so to speak. But I'm curious. How how you grappled with being as a fans you know such still such like a niche that you know that what you see. Novak that other people don't seem to appreciate me That frustrate you or is it something that you have that you encouraged you will not be fans of him or how how do you. How do you deal with being the stadium marine for Novak when like I said he's almost as you know he's like Neverthe- crowd favourite matches your at? How do you use sort of reconcile that with your own admiration for him? Yeah well I mean it's difficult. I remember those one instance where actually the crowd is in his favor. Because I was at The Belgrade Serbia Czech Republic Davis Cup Peiser. Yoga crowded his victory. Yeah I mean one of the few places riot And I think Novak was playing Roddick I wanna say and yeah and the crowd was like so crazy for Novak that I found it off putting almost to cheer for Roddick but I was also like out. I mean probably wouldn't be the best ball to like turn on But you know Sofa made this like there's a bit of back and forth but like you know by like designed like because I know nobody wants to be liked so you know. It's always nice when he gets those kinds of random moments where people decide that they like him or they cheer for him like the French Open. Two Thousand Fifteen against Branka where the crowd is really nice. Often basically have is heartbroken again at Roland Garros and gave him a standing ovation. Like I really enjoy that. They gave him that because I think they they always knew how much he wanted to win that tournament and to be so close and to have beaten raw in the round before and then lose to Stanford Franca again you know. I think it was really nice that they gave him that. You could see that meant a lot to him. But for me as Mike my own perspective. As a bit of a contrarian fan I sort of in a way. Don't mind if the crowd is going to be crazy against him because actually like I think like in some circumstances like where he gets kind of like a bit of a low energy. I guess like like this year. The the Michigan's team where he was in this like funk of like very very low energy. For some reason assuring you yeah yeah. I actually like having a crowd really against you can kind of help you and I think there have been have been matches like say against Roger where the crowd has been so like so vocal that nobody gets inspired to be a bit like well. Fuck you. I'm GonNa like bet you and then you know. Rub It in your face. I kind of like that and I like when he embraces that role. I'm like look these people are never going to like. You never going to show respect for you so why not in. Just go all out at that point do you do you find like he's you obviously know about. Novak fans very well no Fam Assay Fan Noli famous as call themselves. When there's do you find that in the Nevada that it is a lot of people? Who the contrarian necessarily do identify that in themselves or Obviously a lot of Serbs of are huge part of Novak's FANDOM And most obvious sort of birthright fandom there for him and he's a to Serbia and that's a whole different different story but what he meant as a sort of post you know that I'm becoming. They're getting their footing as an independent country. Having no come up and be a number one in the world was incredibly meaningful to Serbia. And they really saw him as a champion in so many ways but But what are you see in victim? How would you describe what people people that you've talked to you? What what you guys have in common if something that makes you know vaccines in. We'll get a little bit more adept at like the General Novak fans are like but DC similarities in your own your own sort of origin story. That people have more or less. Yeah I mean I think I think there's a bit of back and forth between fans were like with Novak. Where like as much as we like? You know the crowd cheering for Novak and we kind of get upset when the crowd particularly awful towards him especially when it's very much unwarranted which I think a lot of the time it is because he doesn't people bitch and Moan about Novak hitting balls out bolts out of the stadium but a lot of time doesn't really do a whole lot that you know would upset people So I think like people do get upset when they kind of see what they view is unfairness towards Novak especially like in terms of engaging with other fans on twitter but at the same time I think we also kind of like it when people are so against Novak and that he wins anyway. Because it's kind of like you know you had everything kind of going in your favor. Like a player Roger for example. You know when you're playing against Roger Cross Rogers Like a great player. And you have like you have this entire stadium cheering for you to win. And then Novak still wins. So there's a bit of like sort of pride there in that you know. We like sort of overcoming overcoming. The you know the player as well as the crowd. So there's sent there's a bit of like kind of back and forth waiting like what like what do we really want. We WANT TO BE LOVED. Or a we dwayne joy that he's kind of it. I don't think like I don't think fans are Novak. Grants are kind of like there's a bit of a I guess bipolar bipolar. Nece there You know we. We go back and forth depending on the mood situation share. I get that how you you've been active on twitter. Obviously like you said you joined in twenty ten and ten years as it Novak Fan on twitter how how would you characterize the the Novak Phantom? Ooh Well I guess like I would say broadly this kind of it's kind of split between People who are Would classify themselves as Nola Fam- so people who might have the the Crocodile the crocodile in their twitter bio or the twitter name Versus maybe more people who are a bit like May and kind of the people who I tend to like tend to enjoy talking to the most where we kind of take a bit more critical critical. You what we can get more into the critic. We'll get into this sort of division of fandom in a bit but I'm curious what your even just a cursory look at your profile will show that you have your photo is picture your avatars picture of Novak with a Halo over his head. So it's very clear where you stand on. Novak twitter was but what against the crocodile signifies something Novak sort of like a a me more like a sort of a meant to be like an attacking animal? Or what is the crocodile and obviously the cost sponsor? But I'm not sure why Elsa Crocodile Kim to be you know more about the crocodile or story is there is more to it. I have no idea like why like why or when everyone decided to start using the crocodile. It's not a trend that I've ever joined and I don't plan on joining it But I think like part of it might be kind of like Like identity kind of signalling you know. A lot of twitter is about building up your identity online so I think part of that is kind of like creating an identity within Noga within tennis phantom that distinguishes us from other fans and other do this as well. I mean I think there are some Roger Fans who will have one hundred plus three I think is the number now to signify the number of tournaments. He's one yeah. Yeah and stuff like that. So offense kind of do it a why I mean. I think it's the crocodile because the cost a relatively recent. I wasn't sure if it went back further than that and were young. I mean I have no idea. I'm not like I'll be honest. I'm not part of the crew. That has the crocodile and I don't tend to follow people who who are. I think they follow. I'll I don't have a problem with you on the crocodile in your in your bio you know. Do to be one. It's just not really my style fair. Enough Fair enough. I guess one of the things I associate with. Novak mentioned this earlier but I want to get to a little deeper is like not feeling like Novak has gotten the respect he deserved deserves. Activated serves or has served entrances. Urban will deserve all three of those things And Yeah I certainly get that fully from Novak Fan perspective. I think that you know I mean like even just a little slight. Think almost mean more like when he's on court at the Australian Open I think for kids day or something And they put his name on the backdrop and is a five letter. First name image spell it wrong like how do you do that like I mean? That's those sort of things would not happen to Roger or Rafa and I do think that is. Those are very real complaints as much as you know like you will make the joke like you might be paranoid but sometimes they really are after you. There is some truth in a lot of truth in that with Novak fans and then he has gotten a big deficit of a lot of the respect. He's earned through his results. And obviously you know. I'm not telling anybody who to be a fan of who do what with but I do think that Novak has been generally hard done by by tennis phantom certainly by some media for sure and I do think it's sometimes exaggerated in people again disgust paranoid people go looking for things and trying to everything has to be part of some grand plan in certain people's is that. I don't think really holds water but I do think there is a case it. In general broad terms yes. Novak has been disrespected or given given a lack of respect for things and and I understand that as a as a driving force behind Making fans more militant. I guess I I do understand that in theory I think it obviously goes way too far and oddly misdirected. And it's not you know it's never really convincing it's more off-putting than anything. A lot of ways but I do think that there is yes some some basis that. I'm I'm just curious how you've seen that part too. As Novak says we we talked a bunch of the beginning obviously but what his his first Grand Slam. I don't think we explicitly Australian Open. Two thousand it was his first Grand Slam and now being seeing him all number..
"roger cross" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Derek was an out of work very long the former Dallas Cowboys head coach hired by the giants Friday to be their office support and happen off the field and on the field will get closer to championship Sunday the eighteenth time up grab between the tie James the city of big braver than home in the radio pretty calm and ready for the seven says the change in head coach JD reed better not let me get away whose team right now the way they've been constructed this may be the best team he has ever had better than anything at a Philadelphia and better than the team said they had last year so if not now for any read them when and if not this team then hold on to Andy Reid campuses basketball Friday number thirteen days playing a trailing at Saint Louis with only seconds to play Roger cross make for three seconds what three goals one through through all the excitement of W. H. I always take the supplier to St seventy eight seventy six states have sixty one of the big ten number fifteen Michigan state at home by a dozen over Wisconsin Iowa at home number nineteen Michigan ninety eighty three of the NBA met press one for seven to roll meeting with one thirteen of one oh nine Hey so yeah join us Monday one.
"roger cross" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"It's great to have you taken it a little easier after the amount of time and effort spent constructing the capital interest lounge. That was nice to see a relaxing a little bit last night. So we were taking it easy the whole time. Yeah. It's nicer to have more time here with which to relax anyway. So sure it's less pressure. So longer event you were here listening as Stephen was kind of talking about his idea behind the New Hampshire freedom festival concept, which encapsulates both fork fast and the porcupine freedom festival. And I know you I don't know if it's as much his ideas that is the reality of well, he just said it, so but he doesn't own the I know. That I invented it I discussed nobody has to put it out there into the universe. And he's right. It was in the universe, but it wasn't just can word exactly festival. Ready was this two week thing which hadn't been vocalized? Well, isn't that what all inventions are as just the discovery of thing that already exists in the universe is somebody just finally said something about it and figured out that it was there. Doesn't Mozart said about his symphonies actually discovered them. Yep. So you had something else that you wanted to add to that whole concept or whatever. Yeah. So there's this interesting thing, where at the campground, it's owned by Roger Rogers, by the way. None owned by Roger cross by Crosby tone by Crosby and they have pricing for the spots and the. It's interesting, they've set the prices, and we don't know what why the prices are the way they said. Well, presumably, they're in competition with other campgrounds. This is the biggest campground in New Hampshire. By size by you know landmass and there are other campgrounds that want your business. I imagine to some extent that's driving prices down. But the more majority of prices here are all the same campsites all cost the same. And there's the tent site price. There's RV site price, which is higher than the tent site price. And then there's the motel price, which is higher than that. Yes, yeah. Because they come with different amenities different sizes and often they sell out and interesting thing that the I think they've sold out porcupine freedom festival buys out the whole thing by the whole park. I think they buy the right to keep out anyone who doesn't have a pork fest ticket. Reserved the whole thing. And then they also do this interesting thing, where they add an extra an extra costs tax maybe for some of these nice spots in the front, what they call Agra, and it's really interesting. What they did. I go Allie was in natural out, spring of people wanting to give these spots so that they can make the most money. It was right. And then the people that we're going to the organizers said there's a pot of gold here about people making more money here, they're going to be willing to pay more money. So we're going to charge more for these these nicer spots. And what we've seen is that people that was a disincentive it turn people off merchants over the years. I mean having been to many porcupine freedom festivals became more frustrated with the increased costs than Conan who used to be a co host on free talk live still lives in Keene. Still friend of the show. He's just busy doing other things right now, but he used to actually event here until the cost got to the point where he was just like this just isn't worth it for me anymore, vendors are priced. And not only because the price is too high. They might be willing to pay for a day or whatever. But the cost is increased not just in, in terms of the financial cost of you have to pay this much to FSBA Inc. But you also have to be here the whole week. So there's a restriction. Look, you know, this would be worth it to me if I could take just three days out of my life, and then then that's what I want to do. But I must then further, you know, six days is pretty when you're going to one of these events, whether it's the porcupine freedom festival, or it's county fair. It usually comes with a long list of rules that you have to agree to, in one of those rules is usually you have to be set up by seven AM. There's a certain time frame where they open up to where you could start setting up, but you have to be done and open for business by the start of the event, and you have to stay open like you're saying, for the entire thing and the fork fest, that doesn't apply people just show up and well, really odd. And it's totally understandable. That understand because they want their festival to look like it's there the whole time and yeah. But the thing is I can't it can't be better than it is, like, like people aren't going to sell more things than they can or they want to, like they set up if they don't want to spend all their time there. Just going to go away somewhere else and non Vind during that time, right? Well, one of the other rules at the, you know, a lot of these places I don't know. Pork fest, has the same rules that you have to have somebody at the table, you know, the whole time. Yeah. Well, this is not how capitalism works. So that's a controlled environment. Right. And, and it seems in a way that isn't idea. It's like DisneyWorld seems like a good idea. But this world degrade it doesn't allow for maximum individual flourishing and choices. Well, they've had a lot longer to figure out how to, you know, make it transparent and fund for for people, but there's a lot of rules. You know, if you want to sell their, you're going to jump through hoops to. Yeah. That's right. Well, and so a way of making these kind of things more efficient and and getting the best. So, basically their ideas, they want the best people to be in Gora valley. Who are they're the most and incentive to be open all the time. Even twenty four hours. So how do we do that? The problem with the pricing structure, is that they have a fixed cost, even though it's higher. It's just a fixed cost in like it's kind of arbitrary. How do we how do we get the most valuable people in the places that are most valuable? Well economics has a solution for these. Yeah. An auction, right. An auction. So explorer, thank you rich. Paul could very good in economics. We use auctions all the time to determine how to allocate resources and it's really an efficient way of allocating resources. So within the campground that I think would be if we can devise an auction, the optimal way of getting the most valuable businesses into the most ideal location. Wouldn't that run up against the problem of centralization where if you're going to have an auction than someone would have to run the auction someone would have to acquire all the properties? That's right. It's all pretty you're saying Roger should do the auction. Well, they could make more money if they did they could make more money because they should be able to charge more for the spots that are more desired, but they don't know how much it's going to be sure as long as the event, isn't a sellout. Then it's not going to be as important. If the, the whole park. Isn't as full? Then there won't be the same level of demand because you don't need to have Agra valley, the businesses here that are, you know, the, the people that have set up their, their food stands, they're going through word of mouth, everybody's. They see you with you. You know, somebody sees you with some food or like Where'd you get that? Oh, RV side, eighty two they're open right now. And then people go there they've been busy. Busy busy over there, all the way over there. There's a I think a clear benefit to being closer to where the events are during the porcupine porcupine freedom festival. Yeah. Okay. So this wouldn't be true for forecast, the auction will. That land isn't as valuable during work, no matter what. And it helps determine what the prices should be for all spaces. We don't know if maybe people start bidding up the price of, of campsites over on the other side of because like you know, we, we all want to be away from. I don't know. Senator this point, it may work for pork fest. But at this point, there's probably not enough people to bid on much of anything it would be, like one bid, and then that would be that would be it. But I'll tell you what I would bid up the price of the site, I'm in. That's the one spot, I want to sweet site. Yeah. There's no doubt. I don't want any other spot. I mean how much extra complexity with this ad to their normal reservation process of normally you call the camp ground. You're like I need to reserve an RV site. You picked they pick it for you, or you, you pick it if it's available and then you're done. Now you've got to go into an auction process. What's that gonna be like it sounds like it could be a necessarily complicated? I don't know if I don't know if I were rich Paul's in the background saying that he's got a solution for its to maybe we'll. Get him in here next. I know you've got somewhere to go Stephen, but real quick, what do you want to say? Well, I want to say that the principles of the auction should be thought about, and understood by more people. And, and it doesn't have to be a large scale thing, but I think it helps us understand how how to make the incentives such that people will want to put the most valuable things in the right place. Maybe you could start by auctioning what you already know is the most valuable land rights during pork fest rather than trying to auction, the whole campground, just auctioning the valley to strips that'll do it. Those are desire. How about this.
"roger cross" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"You were at the Yankees beat the raise to inch a half game. But I the Mets beat up on the Marlins in the warriors eliminate the rockets we stand five twenty one from the ranch traffic center mind Levinson for looking slow Roger crossing between Brooklyn. And queens. We start on the Brooklyn side, there's a broken down car on the eastbound as your purchase because she used coverage that is the center lane blocked, and then on that queenside on the westbound lower love, the that is jammed getting into the cashiers go bridge. They are doing some left lane work at the top of the ramp. Also, the eastbound L A does have lane closures at main street with overnight construction only that right lane is open. Here's what we see on long island's big three pretty quiet ride right now on the ally, the northern state and the southern state. Here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels looking good all the Hudson river crossings, very minimal delays at buffalo Lincoln and the Holland tunnel and the George Washington Bridge with a reminder of the Bayonne bridge is closed for scheduled maintenance until eight AM today. The are doing some roadwork on the Queens-bound. Whitestone bridge has left in the center lane closed for overnight repairs as check the right in the Bronx hearing of a broken down car the westbound cross Bronx just as you're exiting for the major Deegan. That does have that right lane blocked on my on Levin said our next report at five thirty one on ten ten wins. News time five twenty two pair of ugly. Pedestrian crashes left people seriously hurt in lower Manhattan last night. I happen to try back on leading one woman of the gruesome injury, say car, two, go smart cards, turning east fast and heart but starting fast at heart under the Westside highway for Murray street when he slammed into the forty three year old woman and the man in his twenties who was working as a guard at the crosswalk. The woman's foot was severed impact police say she was taken to Bellevue in critical condition. The man suffered minor injuries was treated there as well. The twenty seven year old driver stayed on sane. He's been charged with DWI few hours later yellow cab had thirty one year old woman in Hudson street and west ten witness Michael told ten ten wins. What he saw I believe it was a hit and run by the victims taken to Bellevue. They're expected to survive. Police are looking at the cat looking for the cabbie. They say.
"roger cross" Discussed on GSMC Health and Wellness Podcast
"Welcome back to the health and wellness podcast. We are continuing to talk about cross fit. So I'm sorry. Tell you what Mr. Rogers on the break. And you said he would never would never yell and I'm trying to picture, Mr.. Rogers cross fitness sweater sweater is. She still never even was across very kind. And there might be puppets. Little like workout. Push land of make believe okay? Back to the land of reality, actually, the cross fit reality. Yeah. A much more yellow environment. And yes, so cross fit. If you didn't know it was created by Greg Glassman. I guess it was founded by him and Lauren Janai who was his wife at the time that was back in two thousand. Now, Greg is the sole owner of cross fit. It is promoted as a physical exercise philosophy. Also, a competitive, fitness sport. It incorporates elements of high intensity interval training Olympic weightlifting, Playa metrics, powerlifting gymnastics, count sex among other exercises. It's practiced by members I guess of over thirteen thousand affiliated gyms roughly half of which are located in the US. She so it's a lot of thirteen thousand six thousand five hundred issue are located in the US six thousand five hundred or located everywhere else in the world. Yup. We do love. Our our fitness trends. Also, I feel like because it was created in the US. I think that probably makes it more popular, probably, we're also, very workout, heavy culture. Yes. Fit has been criticized though for allegedly causing people. And this was the word I got off line allegedly causing people to suffer from unnecessary injuries. So to suffer. You know, I have a couple of friends who do cross fit. Lil I've I know like acquaintances but most of them have been injured. Yeah, it's true. So anecdote only I definitely would say there seems to be a higher rate of injury. I also I I often when I want to go to the movie theater, the parking garage is right nearby across fit, Jim. So when I got into my car just here like yelling. I'm walking to the theatre. Go to the movie. Harry. Gordon? Yeah. Fun. Go get my stacks. Enjoy your I don't know flipping tires or whatever. So they're also is long with cross fit like the exercise. There is the cross games which is directed. By gave Dave Castro is held every summer since two thousand seven. Yeah. I guess I mean, I guess cross fit has been around since two thousand which is when it was created athletes at the games compete in workouts. They learn about the workouts only a few hours before the actual games. So sometimes there can even be like surprise elements that aren't part of typical cross fit regimen. I guess past examples include like a rough water swim softball throw and a peg board climb real pretty random. This was the rough water swim as prize because you know, you just see how the weather is that they call motor not gonna do this doggy paddle, they'd pose to they just make waves. I don't know. Also, I guess the games are like their venue that are stylized to determine the fittest on earth. And apparently the competitors in quotes should be ready for anything. There also is an on high wanna work out to be ready for anything. I don't want to know what to expect. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. I don't wanna be like going about. My dad's a peg board climb to go expecting. Let's say, I don't know. I went to college in the nineties step aerobics. And I get there. And it's like no today, we're going to climb this rope. Or I don't know what. But you know. Thank you know. I mean, we're not we're not the people who do cross fit. No, that's not our type of thing. Not my Cup of tea also into those eleven in case you want to join the cross fit games. Don't worry. I will not be your competition. The crossword games have adopted an online qualification format, which has participation. You can join anyone.
"roger cross" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I mean, I'll tell you what one British comedian Francesca Martinez said about her cerebral palsy. She says I've accepted my cerebral palsy. I'd wasted years. Worrying about the way, I walk or talked. She says she's no longer defined by several palsy. She says a quick look outside my. Own tiny world was enough for me to feel guilty. Millions of others living war on poverty, and without clean, water food or shelter this village, mama less cerebral palsy doesn't define me. But it's a huge part of who. I am I accept it. But it's a part of my story. And I'm happy to include it in my comedy. Because it's part of who I am. It's it's a real thing. I wanted to take drink of water right now. I can't I need a straw. That's a reality pretending that it's not a reality. Does nothing to lessen its impact on my life. You went to ours Zona state university, and you studied drama there. And you've set how you very disappointed when there was a role in a drama which needed somebody with cerebral palsy, and they cost naval body person in the row. So I was a straight a student in theater. I knew that I had talent. I knew that. I was a good actress, and I knew that I wasn't getting cast by couldn't figure out why. So senior year. Year when they had a show about a girl with cerebral palsy. I was like I was literally born to play this. And then I didn't get the role. And when I asked why they said it was because I couldn't do the stunts in the reality was the university was reflecting Hollywood Hollywood shuns people with disabilities. We are by far the largest minority in the world where twenty percent of the population. And we're only two percent of the images you see on American television. And of those two percent ninety five percent are played by non-disabled actors a lot of us in the disability community find it very very offensive for non-disabled the actor to play visible disability onscreen. Yeah. Race. It's not something that you can act. It's not when someone plays cerebral palsy, and they're twitching and flailing about that's not what the disability is. And it's offensive it's inauthentic and it takes away our opportunities as one as being summary disabilities. You're also an Arab American and another way you've tried to use your comedy to try to normalize. The perceptions of Muslims when many already seeking to demonize them in two thousand and three you co-founded the New York Arab American comedy festival you traveled all over the world to showcase the talents of Arab Americans. Roger cross the entertainment industry, you feel the Arab almost limbs in the entertainment industry. Also getting a raw deal. Yeah. I mean starting off with Arabs, right because our Muslim isn't synonymous Arabs were Trail Blazers in American comedy. We had Danny Thomas and Jamie Farr. We were these great comedic figures. Post nine eleven we became caricatures of terrorists and nothing more. And so that was something that I was really concerned about shifting and giving arbs the opportunity to be seen unscreened as something other than a taxi driver terrorists. But also being a person of color is a challenge and Arab is considered a person of color. So you have to break through that barrier. But you know, Islam. I was gonna say couldn't be an advantage because one naira back. Well, cloudy said recently that when he complained about being depicted as a terrorist and saying that this was racial, profiling he was told you're lucky, and you could use your ethnicity as a play card in an industry where white actors are overlooked. So it can be an advantage to know. That's an obscene comment that people even consider that being a minority in Hollywood is a good thing. It's not we're still completely. Well, I mean, it's not just Chevy later sheriff. Well, I mean, this Salma Hayek who's got Arab heritage. There's Wendy Malick Tony shalhoub Rami Malik won an EMMY for for mister robot to me, some you've made Malik hood unscreened by an Arab. Sam L, Wendy, Tony definitely trailblazers people breakthrough. No matter who they are. There are always exceptions to the rule, but the reality is I certainly haven't been given the opera. I had to write my own TV show to get on television. I have I have a deal for my own sitcom called if I can't can't with Universal Studios. I can't even get a guest role to practice before. I started my own show how much discrimination there is. So when we have breakthrough stars when we have people who defy the odds. It's because they defy the odds, it's not because there are genuinely more opportunities for minorities than than white people until especially with disability, you sit Arab and Muslim McCaw synopsis in on. Right. Of course. But when it comes to the way Muslims are perceived the actor American actress Samuel L Jackson on Muslims in Hollywood says young Muslim Americans need to start telling their stories in the same way that African Americans fought and found ways to make films about their lives and experiences. Did you see people doing that? Is that happening? It should be. I absolutely see people doing not. And I'm one of the people who is doing that. And I think I have a real privilege as a Muslim because as a Muslim woman. I am not what people picture when they think of a Muslim woman, but I represent a lot of other Muslim women not every Muslim woman chooses to cover. Most Muslim women are not being oppressed. And you know in America where where I live in where I grew up. So I think it's a great opportunity for me to have written a show with a Muslim family as a centerpiece where the father is devout. The mother is a doctor. Who doesn't believe in God to show that Muslims are again? Not a monolith. We're not all these one note screaming terrorists that were depicted as on television that Muslim women. Do look like me that you can be you can have faith and still live one hundred per cent acclimated to the American lifestyle. I think right now they're trying to other is us and people think that Muslims were born somewhere else. So people always say to me go back to your own country. And I say where New Jersey they tell me I need to accept Jesus. And I tell them I do accept Jesus. He's a prophet in Islam. Can you accept that? Jesus looks like me and not you. But I mean. But I mean, despite your initial common very early on about living in Donald Trump's America. When you look at all the senses opinion polls on Arab-Americans, not necessarily Muslim Americans are actually quite well integrated as US citizens, and you look at the indices the better off than the average person in the population. They've got high educational achievements, and that sort of thing, so it's not all bad is it? No, it's not all bad. And again Arab is not a monolith. Some of us are more integrated some of us are less integrated. But also eighty percent of our Americans are Christian and that has an effect on their ability to blend. So you see more Muslim one than an Arab one. Currently I see it much more as a Muslim one, and that's different than a decade ago. Right now. It is absolutely terrifying. Remo slim and America, why why we're under siege. Every day, hey against Muslims as mainstreamed courts agree with hate against Muslims. And we're not really given a voice to combat the negative images. That are being displayed you experience. It personally yourself every sentiment. I feel the anti-muslim sentiment every single day. And I want way I was living in the New York area post nine eleven and I never felt this kind of hate and backlash and dehumanization. I mean, first of all I do find it very disturbing that an American president can invoke an incite violence against Muslims without any ramifications. And it may wouldn't be say he wouldn't say that he just says referring to the videos that he I'm referring to rhetoric and the videos. Because I mean, he would just say, look, I'm just stating facts that there is a problem with terrorism that's committed by people of the Muslim faith, and I'm just stating facts is what he said, but he's not actually stating facts. So as someone who's watching it, I know that he's inciting violence against me. I know that he's ignoring the true dangerous in America. I mean in Las Vegas six hundred people were shot. That's a true risk. Finally, you go to the Palestinian. Territories. You've worked with refugees bringing comedy is a kind of therapy to change people's lives. You've talked about how you use comedy for people with disabilities or about disabilities. Muslim Americans that kind of thing just company really have the power to do all that to transform lives and attitudes in society comedy absolutely has the power to transform lives. I always say if someone's laughing at you, they're less likely kill you. But also, someone's laughing they're more likely to understand something that they never understood before. Because there's a difference between lecturing person or yelling out a person for saying something ignorant and getting on stage doing in joke and having them realize, oh, I'm the big, Ed. I'm the one that didn't know the facts, I'm the one who judge them all this woman has Muslim. And clearly there's no reason for me to hate her. So maybe there's more like her when I do it worldwide. It's less about more about the disability. Because when I do comedy worldwide, I'm putting out an image. A lot of people have never seen a functional independent disabled person. And it lets them know they have the potential or their child has the potential to excel in the same way that I am Mason's. I thank you very much. Indeed for coming on hog. Distribution of the BBC World Service in the US is made possible by American public media APM produces and distributes award winning public radio programs that informed engage and captivate APM is proud to.
"roger cross" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"The fourth quarter of action high school basketball game of the week. Our they. Before the fourth quarter starts here. How about that coach present the walking over to coach to Caesar and walked up to his point guard, Michael but Kellyanne at the young men on the head congratulating or strong effort is coach present is very familiar with that young man who's been a four year Letterman for coach Seoul and comet. So we're getting ready to go here to comment inbounding the ball right over to pa- Keller right now cards up sixty to forty two big advantage at home. Killed. You're crossing over guard about cone over to Marguerite back in the game robbery. Downloaded Nick close. Look like maybe took a step because he's out of control through the ball with right hand too. Short rebounded by Alec Edwards driving to pay out the Trubisky. Now, he tries to write block, and he was wadded Lada hands. I thought maybe a foul, but Nick swatted him away looking up cord over to a driving Trent Williams couldn't finish the flurry. Going the other direction over the Ted Rogers Chad Rodgers now with twenty three points on the night, right? Number eleven for the cardinals twenty three points on night. I'm checking scoreboard, make sure indicating the right thing and is correct. Having a big night for the card. The rains at three for the comet cardinal's going the other direction Tacoma, bringing up all over the floor, which the ball underneath the basket over to Trubisky guarded by Marbury kicked back over to Alex Edwards thought about three, but he's gonna drive to the paint from the right to left put it up to strong rebounded by Trubisky. Shook it off a little bit because he pulled it down. He ran into a brick wall named David barberie of the soul and caveats, and they're gonna give Marbury for the foul right there. He disrupt the Trubisky is he was coming down with that ball for the rebound. Cardinals. Looking inbounded Ciccone? Team fouls now for the soul accounts. Next one's gonna result and shooting one and one free throws for the cardinals for Bisky now from the left wing crossing over to the right hand side the right wing for Alex Edwards drive in passing out for three point for Chad. Rogers too strong rebounded by the Solan comets markets steel of court, the pa- Keller Kelly, nice touch paths and Allie you spread Williams. He didn't dunk it. But he caught it in the air floated in for right handed layup nice play athletic move, the couch. Trent Williams for the comet cardinals nearly turn the ball. Over fact, they did. But they got gotta right back. Alex Edwards over to Tacoma back over to Edward driving with the left hand and the left block put it up and put it in pretty move for Alex Edwards left hand. Getting it in there for the card. Fifty six forty seven cards with the nineteen point advantage over the comets driving to paint had the ball stripped by Tacoma and then bounce it off the off the couch. Player, but Galata? Keller making like move there. He grabbed the ball out of the point guard of comments, Anthony and threw it off of his body. All went out about cardinal ball. Alex Edwards looking to inbounded over Tacoma Tacoma break in the press three college players over the flora flurry of thought about driving and then backed out over to Alex Edward deep on the right wing defender, Nick close crossing over from left to right. Took it to the basket before kick it out of a Chad. Roger Ted Rogers cross court pass over Chicago. Raided another three Lucretia code from the left wing against another big three's third one in the second half for the matter. Cardinals five and a half minutes to go in the third quarter of play steel up top. Crossing over from the left wing and true Khattak is going to be a foul versus Alex. Edwards at the cards five hundred remaining in the game at this point the cards up by twenty two points. Now couple substitution Kayla picks back in the game for the card. Comet's looking inbounding the ball, but Kelly trying to find someone to pass to give it over to Markus. Steele markets steal back over to the couch. Thought about driving back it out for three point shot straight on with too short rebound about Chad Rogers, Ted Rogers over to Luke floria lower breaking it down across court pass over to Ciccone Tacoma looking down to pick pick. The the flurry of fights, shed Rogers, all alone at the right block. And Chad Rogers having a separate ballgame point point number twenty five for the cardinals big van. Tread Williams thought about it from the free throw line and said pass it out over the Nick closed and nothing but net for the comet forward is each rain at three point shot at eleven points out of night. Now for Nick, close flurry going the other direction back in and out if he faces a double team up pop over to Ciccone thought about a three, but he's going to pass the Alex Edwards. It's got a clear path. Can hold up in the air nearly foul but got it in from the left block. Nice play by Edward go near the direction. But Kelly top close again gonna try three pointers type of straight on. And that's to three point baskets in a row for big man close is now got fourteen points on tonight. The cardinals up seventy three to fifty three at home. I versus a soul in comets. And we're in the homestretch that this game and we're in the homestretch of the NASCAR season. And you could catch every lap Sunday.
"roger cross" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Of course, it is Roger wide still Haydn's character. Mahdi Augustine who's running the criminal gang. But seems the need to justify everything. He does everybody talks to so he's parked in that way. And then you've had booked a very played by Henry Gibson who's trying to control his patient. So he can move the money. So what you've got he's failed authority figures all through his baby we talked about the moments violence, and how that has the cloud over the film. I think it's interesting how all men presents characters that when they're introduced they seem kind of almost buffoonish almost comical characters. Like when we first see degrade, Henry Gibson member of like, almonds repertory. Right. It's almost comical almost laugh sticky. And how he tries the like keep up with Marlow and try figure out who the hell is this guy wisely. Asking for Wade. Right. Both he and Augustine are introduced some comically. And yet it's this thing where they go from being like, you seem leave the goofy kinda harmless almost comical versions of what these characters would be in real life too. Being potent frets with just a snap of a finger, and is a lot of duality in this film. Like, a lot of characters who you think are just all, you know, silly kind of, you know, southern California mistress type who may have approved of murdering somebody, you know, got Henry Gibson who's kind of goofy kind of like scam. Psychiatrist woman who threatens this man three times the size and giving his giving him his money. And then you have Marty Augustine who one moment is kind of goofy parody of the gangster. Suddenly, you know, influence one the most jarring moments of violence, and the whole fell and there's also a real thing about masculinity in here. I mean, we've got Mario gustin stripping down to his underwear. He talks about how he strip down naked in front of his girlfriend to apologize. Sorry. As mistress to apologize about that act of violence. We have the whole questioning whether Marlow is gay by the police and the whole thing about, you know, do spell that. With an e at the on the end which. Just kind of strange, and then we have weighed who should be. I mean, sterling Hayden. This mountain of a man who does get slapped in the face Bhai little Henry Gipson, just one of the most memorable scenes at the film for me is when that little guy reaches up and slaps Roger cross the face. And then Roger Wade is as impotent he was coded. I mean, there are so many things where this major figure who should be this bastion of masculinity is just completely crippled throughout the entire film. Still looking at who's background? He was in the this during will will too. So he had nothing to oppose and one of the things I lucked about him is the Butler ability shows in this coating to some people Hayden was pretty much drunk concern for most of the movie, but he still gives a really interesting cut of nuanced performance of his electing minutes, always fantastic and Senate serve. Candy casting because you know, he was the star of the killing you know, and the asphalt jungle. So he was sort of an alumni of film Noir. Classic film are but he wasn't originally cast in that part. It was Dan blocker a guy played Hoss, Cartwright and bonanza and he died just before they start shooting. So I believe sterling Hayden was was Gould suggestion. Then book would have been interesting choice. He played a gangster rule. Something luck that in one of the Tony room movies with sonata and performance would be interesting to see Dan blokes into petition of weight, but which would have been very different from sterling Hayden's. But nonetheless, the chips as actor which this topping Vanezis guide chance to really look at though he was fantastic and bonanza, and I always enjoyed his characters one of the main. I didn't really care about Amer little Joe to me was all about hawse. I mean, it could have spun off to the hall show. I would have been fine. Maybe I'll casual appearances by PA. Aw or hop saying. But really it was the Hauch show for me, why the most interesting casting in this film, actually, one of the two most to interesting cast choices. And this is New York. Yankees pitcher got I'm blanking on his name. I plays Terry linex, Jim Bhuttan voting. That's it. Yeah. It's it's like why?.
"roger cross" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"The hustle of the city to the charm of the suburbs plan your trip at is up the philly dot com here's rob cherry reese hoskins breaks out as many slumped fills their first lead in the series goto said bankin with the details from the ballpark that's right rob that leaders three nothing as we get set to move to the bottom of the fifth inning hoskins the break out of the slump now he singled in the first half the phillies load the bases with what happened they could not push any roger cross it will be a different story when hoskins step to the plate with two outs of the second after hoyer fara walks i kept with sacrifices as our anandas walk up steps hop hoskins about the three run home run the opposite way as you look to rob gives the phillies the i leave of the series we was club effluent has done his part of the man he's been outstanding you five weeks just picked up a strike outweigh the fifth one of six on the night for apple as he goes i v winner roy six of the season he is allowed just three hits is also walked two dollars pitch count is up to seventy five however he is all set to pitch on the phillies gets up to the yankees to battle the six first phillies getting set the bad here the bottom of the fit leader the three nothing live at citizens bank park guy ed benkin kyw newsradio braves lost to the red separate atlanta's six five the fills win that'd be two and a half games out in the nfl saying i'm done whatever you wanna call it former field jason worth jason worth walking away from baseball after short sent with seattle's aaa farm team was only hitting two sixty left the fills after the twenty ten season for a seven year contract with the nationals which expired in october sixers will hold a mini camp next week in advance of fielding a team in the las vegas summer league reports are the sixers one of several.
"roger cross" Discussed on First Take
"Well i'm not going to jump ship on the atlanta falcons i was very very disappointed in the way they performed yesterday there is no denying that i was very very disgusted with them given up a seventeen nothing lead to jay cutler of all people and his don't give me started with him i'm just going to be nice this morning but in the end i'm not jumping ship amelio jones mom it's a new you don't have those guys you have to make adjustments not t right now we recognize dead if this is the team that they would be playing with the rest of the year i would into i would definitely have a different take i would look at the philadelphia eagles as the top team than nfc to be quite honest with you but in light of what i'm seeing from the atlanta falcons right now you can make an argument for seattle than other teams but i'm still of the mindset that i'm expecting those guys to be fully loaded cup playoff tom and i'm not going to go against them if they don't get all the eagle's bandwagon now i mean it's like poison in my mouth to praise the eagles are the giants fan but as i was telling everyone pre season the eagles when lane johnson was in the game last year when he was on the field were either elite were trending toward elite in terms of point differential the underlying stuff not just two wins in losses when the got lane johnson back at the end of the year they went back to what they were in the beginning of the year it was the middle without him that they had a problem now whether or not he's on the field day remain in elite team there's no other way to describe at the eagles are at this moment the favorites in the nfc taken on a case by case take each case steven eight the packers lost arron rogers crossed them off your list the cowboys online as if in the same zeal elliott for six weeks.
"roger cross" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Thirty two a water rescue in the red bud area police say an eighteen year old man drove into flood waters on l l road friday night and his jeep stalled the monroe county independent reports he climbed on top of the vehicle and called 911 for help red bud firefighter used an inflatable boat to get to the stranded man the road was flooded from the rain swollen richland creek a dump truck drivers dead following a friday morning crash and lincoln county the highway patrol says the truck driven by thirty eight year old shannon amer rows of troy was crossing railroad tracks toward a quarry when it was hit by a northbound be ns f coltrane with two engines lincoln county sheriff's department spokesman lieutenant andy binders says emerald says truck was demolished i is unrecognizable the dump truck is what appears to me to be in two pieces majority of the truck is laid up in front of the train and probably somewhat underneath at one of the engines in about thirty coal cars derailed spilling a lot of cold old highway seventy nine was blocked for quite a while the highway patrol says a teen driver was killed in a friday night crash in jefferson county the car nineteen year old arnold resident devon rogers cross several lanes of traffic northbound i fifty five went down and abatement and overturned rogers was thrown from the vehicle to men face criminal charges following a recent incident on the metro link platform at the forest park cabal of station twenty year old dimitrius wagner is charged with possessing a controlled substance on lawful use of a weapon and possessing marijuana he's in custody police say twenty nine year old antoine johnson is charged with resisting or interfering with arrest he remains at large the fda warning people to think before they ain't the fda is putting on a new advisory for people thinking about getting tattoos according to doctor linda cats director of the fda office of cosmetics and colors tattoos have their risk from infections from contaminated aches to allergic reactions cat says some of the.
"roger cross" Discussed on KPAM 860
"Well you know inheriting many kind of it interesting because everybody thinks i'm going to have to pay taxes on the money that i don't care at right and most of the time it's no but sometimes it yeah some sometimes it's maybe so could be yes knowing maybe out there when it comes to inheriting many but you have to learn how to inherited properly and that's what we can really help roger crossed matter my other advisor here it's been twenty five twenty is something like that is still associated for the long term care of business than you know folks a long term care industry usually changing a lot out there today and there's a lot of things you got to be aware of and i'm going to say this and i know there's going to be some heads that are bouncing up and down when i say this you senior premiums increase recently especially if you have a long term care policy from even some of them major carriers out there tell as i talk with roger and i get kind of this bill on what's happened in the long term care industry premium rates have been going up came fifteen twenty twenty five thirty percent per year in increasing chatter so we have the polls on a long term care industry with rodgers knowledge now my background you can go of more back into the light concern serena for that's where i started in the business so wind the life insurance arena brings another unique benefit two retirement planning in the state planning in charitable get can so there are some things that you can do with light concerned to to have with miami if you don't needed we can show you have to believe that text three to someone or some charity we can take a hundred thousand doubters now that you might have and i area cat with that you don't needed in turn it into hundred and fifty two hundred three hundred four hundred thousand dollars in the benefit your charity just by simply understanding the difference strategies it you can take.
"roger cross" Discussed on KQED Radio
"To happen until this new team comes in at the special sissons the president level and naturally talking about on july so i finally when asked both of your to mark on mark will are again on this it's as we look ahead to the to the trump administration it's foreign policy its national security policy do we read something end of that by what's happened right now well look i think it's fair to say that this election brought a very unexpected now come that the trump people were probably starting off from a standing start there was a lot of upheaval at in the early days you remember that the original transition team was led by governor chris christie and that team was perched almost immediately after the election i guess the one thing i would watch for is if this kind of upheaval improvisation frequent ships either in person our and policy continue to be a hallmark of the new administration style if they do some people think they will we could be in for a bumpy ride on national security but it's also possible that once they get their team in place and they settle down on their key priorities that we sort of returned a regular order and things began on folding and i'm sure roger will say every administration faces a kind the batter's i'm by fire so i don't think it's fair to necessarily assume that these people are going to be off the rails immediately just fifteen seconds what do you think in terms of what this says about the future the we'll government will continue to work even as these people come in and we wait for them but the issue is this always one thing is mark says that and do it ministry should confronts for the pushing us ration it was terrorism for this summer this racial it's gonna be cyber security not russian hacking cause that sent him of the pro the bigger problem but the bigger issue of cyber how they deal with that when they see something else we're not into some pay that's going to be there challenge roger crossing mark land where thank you both thank you so much thank shitty now are economics correspondent paul solomon takes a look at what has become the new.
"roger cross" Discussed on PBS NewsHour
"Happen until dispute team comes in at the special sissons the president level and naturally talking about on july so i finally when asked both of your to mark on mark lander again on this it's as we look ahead to the to the trump administration it's foreign policy its national security policy do we read something end of that by what's happened right now well look i think it's fair to say that this election brought a very unexpected outcome that the trump people were probably starting off from a standing start there was a lot of upheaval at in the early days you remember that the original transition team was led by governor chris christie in that team was perched almost immediately after the election i guess the one thing i would watch for is if this kind of upheaval improvisation frequent ships either in person our policy continue to be a hallmark of the new administration style if they do some people think they will we could be in for a bumpy right on national security but it's also possible that once they get their team in place and they settle down on their key priorities that we sort of returned a regular order and things began on folding and i'm sure roger will say every administration faces a kind the batter's i'm by fire so i don't think it's fair to necessarily assume but these people are going to be off the rails immediately just fifteen seconds what do you think in terms of what this says about the future the we'll government will continue to work even as these people come in and we wait for them but the issue is this always one thing this marks says that and do it ministry should confronts for the pushing us ration it was terrorism for the some of this racial it's gonna be cyber security not russian hacking cause that sent him of the pro the bigger problem but the bigger issue of cyber how they deal with that we may see something else we're not anticipated that's going to be there challenge roger crossing mark landmark thank you both thank you so much thank shooting.
"roger cross" Discussed on 710 WOR, New-York
"You know while the puck once again wrap with a couple of mike grabner which would be the point but played bennett could not hold in the point roles all the way down for them either goaltender on throughout the grounder thinks white grounders four hundred and it's no career game tonight burkett is a hundred now here's pavelski for the ranger line well steve all just inside the left point percentage across writers picked up report put the rangers ahead but when betting leading the roger cross the line yes with a shot that gets walk the fuck why runner over for the rangers ryder out to the point point mcdonough mcdonagh winner shot issues but three the airport to me at the goaltender was rangers lead you know why sun times use get back to bodies to the good things that would be done it takes a nice he shot he watched the mark to the middle of a bit it just throws towards because of the backcourt of rick it's his first of the season kris bryant is going to get another point trying to make some good in the offensive zone to get back to be done he holds it he's shields himself martin to prove money and then on an innocent stick and the rangers for the two gone to one we first of the season the for three night before it is personal hockey league career the rangers back on top of the face off sharks wants yeah i threw it i noted good play by brighter writer defense he puts his body between the defender the pocket and where you know weren't chris pronger diggs you knew she did to be around so many good things can happen it's another assisted yeah it's is posters comes four minutes fifteen seconds into the second period on a rider riders vet point of the season in three games only the rangers great you look bucket and now it's sent down to the rangers don't know why seeing off of the flagship radio back to pick it up and now he's starting at with the puck required pass here comes kevin age in across the sharks live global all the points.
"roger cross" Discussed on KPAM 860
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