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Lina Khan, Prominent Big Tech Critic, Will Lead the FTC

Marketplace

00:54 sec | 6 d ago

Lina Khan, Prominent Big Tech Critic, Will Lead the FTC

"Federal Trade Commission. As NPR's Bobby Allyn tells us, Khan becomes the agency's top enforcer after getting bipartisan support for her nomination from Congress. Lina Khan is a 32 year old Columbia law school professor who rose to prominence after writing on how decades old antitrust laws are capable of policing tech companies like Amazon. Her approached, adored by progressives, and some on the right has been dubbed hipster antitrust since it Bucks tradition. Most legal cases focus on whether a company's practices are raising prices for consumers but can argue that it doesn't matter if companies like Amazon are in fact making prices cheaper, She says the company uses press The Tory tactics to lock in its dominance and limit choice. Con is expected to be a guiding force on the FTC as it reviews acquisitions by companies like Google, Facebook and Amazon. That's Bobby Allyn reporting. This is NPR.

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Police Say Third Victim Dies in Miami Banquet Hall Shooting

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:19 sec | 2 weeks ago

Police Say Third Victim Dies in Miami Banquet Hall Shooting

"Dead from last weekend's mass shooting outside and a banquet hall in Miami Dade 32 year old mother had been in a coma with a bullet launched in her head over 20. Others are still injured. A second suspect car is being sought. At least three suspects remain on the loose. Protesters out and

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Remembering the Tiananmen Square Crackdown

NEWS 88.7 Programming

01:44 min | 2 weeks ago

Remembering the Tiananmen Square Crackdown

"Which came 32 years ago today, when hundreds possibly thousands, died when China's Communist Party had used the People's Liberation Army to put a bloody end to the student led pro democracy protests. 1989. The date is always a flashpoint and nowhere is this more sensitive than the restive region of Hong Kong. Already a prominent pro democracy activist, Xiao Hong Kong, has been arrested by police there for promoting unauthorized assembly. The authorities say this year's event has been banned due to covid social distancing restrictions. Hundreds of thousands of Hong Kong residents would normally packed Victoria Park in a late night vigil. The BBC's Danny Vincent has this report from Hong Kong. For more than three decades. Ivy lie has marked every anniversary of the June 4th crackdown. She keeps copies of newspaper articles from that day under her bed, she does not forget. Hong Kong is the only place on Chinese soil that officially commemorates those that died in 1989. When the Army opened fire on pro democracy protesters. It's murder. It's a bloody massacre of Tiananmen Square. This year, the police have banned an annual visual marking the day they threatened to imprison anyone who defies covid 19 restrictions. Ivy becomes emotional at the thought of not being able to attend. Activists believe the pandemic is being used as an excuse to silence dissent. That the which, over the years I think that not being able to go to Victoria Park, Hong Kong people will be very upset. Yeah.

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Deputy Who Shot Black Man Mistakes Phone for Gun

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:27 sec | 2 months ago

Deputy Who Shot Black Man Mistakes Phone for Gun

"Man is fighting for his life after being shot Wednesday by an officer who had just given him a ride home 32 year old Isaiah Brown, who was black. Was walking down the street holding a Cordless house phone when he was shot by an unnamed deputy with the spots of any county sheriff's office. It appears the deputy mistook the phone for a gun. The same officer had given Brown a ride home earlier in the day after his car broke down. I'm Jim Ford.

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Deputy Who Shot Black Man Appears to Mistake Phone for Gun

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:26 sec | 2 months ago

Deputy Who Shot Black Man Appears to Mistake Phone for Gun

"And a Virginia man is fighting for his life after being shot Wednesday by an officer who had just given him a ride home 32 year old Isaiah Brown, who was black. Was walking down the street holding a Cordless house phone when he was shot by an unnamed deputy with the spots of any county sheriff's office. It appears the deputy mistook the phone for a gun. The same officer had given Brown a ride home earlier in the day after his car broke

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32 years later, man to be sentenced for estranged wife’s Virginia murder

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

32 years later, man to be sentenced for estranged wife’s Virginia murder

"Up on 32 years since MARTA Haiti, Rodriguez disappeared in Virginia. Today. Her former husband will be sentence for her murder posted. Rodriguez crews will be in a Stafford County courtroom this morning. He pleaded guilty last November to the reduced charge of second degree murder for killing his estranged wife and hiding her remains in the median of I 95 they weren't I did as Marta Rodriguez until 2017 After her former husband admitted killing girlfriend Pamela Butler in the district. He could get up to 40 years in a Virginia prison for this murder, but he wouldn't start serving that until he's finished with his 12 year federal sentence for Pam Butler's murder. The

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Former Atlanta Falcons player broke into home, murdered doctor and his family

The Von Haessler Doctrine

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

Former Atlanta Falcons player broke into home, murdered doctor and his family

"Breaking new developments in the murder of five people in Rock Hill, South Carolina. There is a local connection now the suspect, a former NFL player that was once signed by the Atlanta Falcons. He's been identified. As 32 year old Philip Adams. Police say he shot and killed three adults and two Children before killing himself. Jim Crow Sula with more on the victim's a 70 year old doctor, his 69 year old wife. They're five and nine year old grandchildren and a 38 year old handyman were found shot to death in their home in Rock Hill, South Carolina, and no word yet on a motive.

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Dallas area teacher’s aide arrested for sex with juvenile student

Morning News with Hal Jay & Brian Estridge

00:20 sec | 2 months ago

Dallas area teacher’s aide arrested for sex with juvenile student

"Independent school district has fired a teacher's aide who was arrested Monday for allegedly having an inappropriate relationship with a student couple, police said. 32 year old Mercedes Genevieve We'll also is charged with sexual assault of a child indecency with a child and in proper relationship between educator and students proposed

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Two charged in assault on police officer Brian D. Sicknick, who died after Jan. 6 Capitol riot

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:23 sec | 3 months ago

Two charged in assault on police officer Brian D. Sicknick, who died after Jan. 6 Capitol riot

"You man have been charged with assaulting Capitol police Officer Brian Sickening who died the day after the insurrection. ABC chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas federal prosecutors charging 32 year old Julian cater of Pennsylvania. And 39 year old George 10 EOS of West Virginia with assaulting, sickening, accusing the men of using toxic chemicals possibly bear spray on sick Nick and

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3 Female Chicago Police Officers Lauded for Saving Off-Duty Officer's Life

John Williams

00:50 sec | 3 months ago

3 Female Chicago Police Officers Lauded for Saving Off-Duty Officer's Life

"Officers are being praised. They were the first to arrive at the scene where an off duty officer was shot in the abdomen Monday afternoon on the south side of of the the city. city. Three Three female female cops cops Donald Donald the the victim victim into into a a car car and and then then rushed rushed him him to to the the University University of of Chicago Chicago Medical Medical Center Center Mayor Mayor Lori Lori Lightfoot. Lightfoot. We We have have to give Incredible praise to the three female officers who responded immediately on the scene recognized the off duty officer is someone that one of the three had worked with and then? They're quick thinking brought him here into. I think one of the best trauma centers if not in a country, certainly in our areas. Police Superintendent David Brown says the 32 year old officer went through surgery and is in fair condition. Police say a 23 year

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Feds Arrest Two Men For Assaulting Washington DC Capitol Hill Police Officer Who Died

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | 3 months ago

Feds Arrest Two Men For Assaulting Washington DC Capitol Hill Police Officer Who Died

"7 44 more than two months now, police have been searching for the people who attacked a Capitol Police office. Sir. During the January 6th insurrection on the hill knew this evening. Two people are under arrest for the assault, although they are not charged with murder Officer Brian Sick. Nick did die the day after the riot. These two suspects made their first appearance in federal court this afternoon. Police say they sprayed US Capitol police officer Brian Sick Nick with bear spray during the January 6th capital riot he died the next day it has not been determined whether their actions caused his death. 32 year old Julian Ellie Cotter of Pennsylvania and 39 Year old George Pierre Thanos of Morgantown, West Virginia, where identified the FBI wanted images by tipsters and were arrested on Sunday. They're charged with a total of nine counts, which includes assaulting another officer with a deadly weapon. They could get up to 20 years in

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2 charged in assault of Capitol officer who died after riot in Washington, DC

Sean Hannity

00:19 sec | 3 months ago

2 charged in assault of Capitol officer who died after riot in Washington, DC

"Depend on it. Two men arrested the first to be charged the assault of U. S. Capitol police officer Brian Sick Nick. He died of his injuries A day after the January six, the riot Justice Department alleges a 32 year old man from Pennsylvania, a 39 year old from West Virginia, worked together to spray police on the scene that day, including sick Nick with a

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4 seriously injured as Chicago shooting leads to crash with street sweeper

John Williams

01:18 min | 3 months ago

4 seriously injured as Chicago shooting leads to crash with street sweeper

"Kennedy just a slight delay in about at Augusta, just under 20 minutes from O'Hare downtown. It's clear in from Montrose and album Lancer Clear to the express lanes in bounder wide open as well. Stevenson. Some work on that exit to the Dan Ryan. It's got it down to one lane, and there's a crash out about on the Ryan at 79th. Now, three right lanes are blocked 25 minutes out to 95th, and that time likely to go up. Bishop forward Outbound salad from 1/30 Steel Bridge. There's a car fire in the right lane. And some gay pers and the inbound lanes to it smelled 33 from the Dan Ryan to 80 94, then in Portage Park. There's Irving Park. Cicero in Milwaukee, all closed for police activity because of that crash earlier this morning, and four people were hurt in that shooting and fiery crash near the six Corners intersection on the Northwest side. It happened around 2 30 this morning at the corner of Irving Park, Cicero and Milwaukee in Portage Park. Police said the car hit a parked a street sweeper, which caused both vehicles to burst into flames. Police say three people inside the car were taken to the hospital in serious condition. One of them a 32 year old woman had been shot three times in the stomach. The driver of the car was taken into custody. Alcohol is believed to have been a factor in the crash. Facebook is adding informational labels to posts about getting covert 19 vaccines as the tech giant tries to counter vaccine related miss information on its

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Biden Administration Gears Up For A Showdown With Big Tech

Morning Edition

03:26 min | 3 months ago

Biden Administration Gears Up For A Showdown With Big Tech

"Up for a big showdown with Big Tech. He's reportedly hiring too outspoken critics of Amazon, Facebook and Google for influential roles in the administration. They've both pushed for the government to get much more aggressive at reining in these tech giants even break some of them up. NPR Tech correspondent Shannon Bond has been following this, Shannon. What are these critics? A big tech that Biden is bringing on board? Who are they? So Biden has reportedly getting ready to nominate antitrust scholar Lena Khan to the Federal Trade Commission. And just last week, he added a lot of pressure Tim Wu as a tech policy advisor, who has advocated for breaking up Facebook and Scott, It's really hard to overstate just how big a deal these names are intact policy circles. They both have these very progressive views about monopolies and competition, and now they're potentially moving into these very influential roles as the government is investigating and suing the tact Giants. So we worked on tech policy in the Obama administration. He now says he thinks the tech giants have helped create a new gilded age, much like the robber barons did with their railroad and oil monopolies. Khan is just 32 years old. She made her name when she was still a law student for reading this groundbreaking paper about Amazon, and she's become the face of this approach that sometimes jokingly called hipster Antitrust. Okay, I think you're going to need to explain his hipster antitrust a little bit more. No con is critical of the current way that the government deals with monopoly power. You know, this is idea that the rules are really focused on when consumers like you and me get hurt. When we have fewer choices, we have to pay more for products and services. Tom says, you know, in the case of a company like Amazon. That doesn't address concerns that focus on other harms like those to the independent sellers who rely on the platform to make money, and she thinks Amazon should not be able to both operate this marketplace and cell is a competitor in that marketplace. Here's what she told NPR back in 2018 about the bind that puts sellers in that dependence means that Amazon gets too often call all of the shots. And I think that is often I'm quite harmful because that means Amazon can extract more and more from these cellars and that can affect the quality. And Khan has already been influential in Washington. She was advising this Big House panel on antitrust last year. They did this investigation. It found Apple, Amazon, Facebook and Google all have really unfair powers monopolies. And we should note that all four of those companies are NPR supporters. I mean, this approach is just so different from even a few years ago, compared especially to the way the Obama administration Treated big tech cozied up to Big Tech when Biden was vice president. That's right. I mean, I think cozy is exactly the description for the relationship the Obama administration had with Silicon Valley. You know, it wasn't that long ago, these companies were celebrated as innovators. But you know things really have changed. Of course, the Trump administration was hugely critical of these big companies. It sued Google and Facebook for antitrust violations that something we're expecting the Biden administration to continue and we're seeing criticism of tech from both sides of the aisle. Of course, there are some people from the Czech world taking positions with the Biden, an administration that happened under Obama. But you know the choice of people like Lena Con and Tim Wu, I think signals a tougher stance toward Silicon Valley and that the era of scrutiny and skepticism what we call the tech clash is far from over the tech clash.

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Seahawks are releasing defensive end Carlos Dunlap

One Bills Live

00:18 sec | 3 months ago

Seahawks are releasing defensive end Carlos Dunlap

"And the latest comes from Seattle. Adam Schefter reporting that defensive and Carlos Dunlap will be released today by the Seahawks. 32 year old was acquired from Cincinnati via trade this past season. With the Seahawks, sending offensive lineman BJ Finney and 1/7 Round pick to the Bangles. Ironically, the Bangles just released Finney last

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Woman killed in crash in Seattle area's Pierce County

First Light

00:21 sec | 3 months ago

Woman killed in crash in Seattle area's Pierce County

"Ah Ah 31 31 year year old old woman woman was was killed killed in in the the collision collision near Puyallup. The two car crash occurred Sunday morning at the intersection of Canyon Road and 128th Street East. Investigators said the driver of a white sedan was driving at an extremely high rate of speed. When it crashed, causing it to flip and land on top of the victim's car. The driver, a 32 year old man was taken to the hospital with non life threatening

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"32 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap

The Bible Recap

01:38 min | 3 months ago

"32 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap

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"32 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap

The Bible Recap

05:28 min | 3 months ago

"32 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap

"Hey bible readers. I'm barely kabul. And i'm your host for the bible. Recap remember the media nights. Think back to numbers twenty-five belan. The prophet was on the mountain with baloch refusing to curse the israelites. Then immediately after this in numbers twenty six we see a scene where the israelite men are whoring with the media night women and a play breaks out where god kills twenty four thousand people. Then finneas aaron's grandson personally kills an israelite and the midnight chiefs rendezvous with and that's what led up to where we are today. God tells moses that his final assignment before death is to kill the midnights moses rallies twelve thousand men for the task plus finneas son of the high priest who acts as a chaplain. You take some of the holy vessels though. I don't know which ones and some trumpets they kill. All the men of the land and you may have noticed that they lem was included among them because he advised baloch on how to trip up the israelites specifically using the wiles of the women after winning the battle the israelite warriors bring the women and children back to the israelite encampment which was what they typically did after winning a battle. But this isn't just any battle. This is a battle. Whose primary cause is these women. So moses ordered the death of all the women who aren't virgins to women who initiated the idolatry and the loss of twenty four thousand lives. It's possible some of the soldiers had even brought back the very women who had led them astray and even if they weren't the same women. This was still trouble waiting to happen. The husbands of all these idol-worshipping women were all dead now. So they would likely seek out new husbands from among the israelites which could recreate the problem. All over again by ordering them to be put to death. Moses was safeguarding against another possible outbreak of idolatry and plague after the warriors had purified both themselves and their plunder all of which had been made impure through the deaths of the battle. God tells them how to divide the plunder between warriors civilians priests and god's portion. You may have noticed that part of what they brought back from the land. Where thirty two thousand virgin females. So what did they do with these. These women likely young women or girls would be absorbed into israel community and would eventually be allowed to marry into the israelites. If they turn to god and the portion of them that were the lords tribute likely ended up working in the service of the sanctuary afterward. The israelites count up all. They're men and not a single one of them had died in battle that is remarkable miraculous. Then because they took a census they needed to make a ransom payment based on the lives. God brought safely back for more so they offer up gold from the plunder roughly five hundred pounds of it for this next section..

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The FBI has arrested a white supremacist in Fort Lauderdale. Here’s the charge

Sean Hannity

00:15 sec | 3 months ago

The FBI has arrested a white supremacist in Fort Lauderdale. Here’s the charge

"For Friday for the Fort Lauderdale Man nabbed in an FBI raid 32 years Well. Paul Miller suspected to have ties to the right wing group, Proud boys. He's under arrest for being convicted as a felon in possession of a firearm. If convicted, he faces up to 10 years and

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Mother arrested after 4-year-old girl found wandering New York street alone at night

John Batchelor

00:22 sec | 3 months ago

Mother arrested after 4-year-old girl found wandering New York street alone at night

"Walking alone in the Bronx late at night is under arrest. 32 year old said Icka Abdul Salam, charged with abandonment of a child acting in a manner in jury is to a child and reckless endangerment. Daughters to Dia was seen at the corner of Prospect Avenue and East Wonder to 56 Street and long would just past midnight Saturday morning. She's down the Cara VCs. Ah, third woman now has come

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"32 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap

The Bible Recap

07:19 min | 4 months ago

"32 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap

"You may have noticed that we're starting to get into some mentions of sacrifices and it may be confusing. Don't worry about figuring everything out. Thank god we don't have to do these anymore. Because jesus was the final sacrifice. However what's important for us to do is think about what all this means. So if you come away from your reading going. I didn't get anything out of this today. Try asking yourself some different questions. Ask yourself what does this reveal about god. So maybe you think okay. God's ordering lots of very specific sacrifices. What does that tell me about god. It might tell you a few things. First that he's talking to humans at all which is kind of huge he wants a relationship second it might reveal that our sins need to be atoned for and god has a plan to accomplish that so today when we start out. Moses and joshua are still up outside the mountain of god where moses hearing from guide for forty days. They've been up there since chapter. Twenty four god starts out talking about the incense altar and we saw that even gods incense is holy and set apart. It can't be used for anything else. It's a special blend later. We'll see this about the anointing oil as well. This reminds me of friend. I had who refused to tell anyone what can have perfume she wore so that no one else could buy it. Except god is god. She's a human and her perfume is in mass production. So that's entirely different. God also requires a one time since attacks from the people half a shekel. Which in today's money is about three to six dollars. According to my research one of the hard things about census is that people sometimes get puffed up an arrogant about their numbers. Cities love boasts. That they're the largest. Every religion wants to be the fastest growing mcdonald's advertises their sales number on their signs. So god as a reminder to this tax the census isn't about you or making your numbers larger this is an offering to the lord to remind themselves that they owe way their lives and by the way we see that all their lives are worth the same amount whether rich or poor. He's pointing their eyes off themselves and onto his goodness in sparing their lives and pardon their sins and providing them a place to meet with him. My god shot almost came from the section on the bronze basin. But i decided on something else. I'll share it with you. It occurred to me as i was reading. This section that the precept to go to great lengths to make sure they're clean. They have to wash their hands and feet in this space to make sure they're presentable so they won't die. Cleanliness is about purity and purity is a big deal when it comes to drawing near to a set apart. God the phrase cleanliness is next to godliness is not in the bible but if it were it would probably be an exodus thirty okay. So here's what. I loved about the bronze basin and all there necessary hygiene rituals. It took me forward fifteen hundred years to a time. When jesus knelt down and washed the feet of his disciples even his betrayer. There's a point when we realized no matter. How much cleaning up try to do. We can't clean ourselves up. It'll never be enough. We still need to wash clean so that we won't die no more bronze basins and fear of death. Jesus is enough but also wash your hands next. God points out to guys to moses oh holy app and basil god says he is still basil with his spirit and we know that was a big deal back then because this was when god the spirit did a lot of travelling around god says he gave basil -bility intelligence knowledge and craftsmanship and he says those things are to be used for his glory to build the things he wants in his tabernacle complex. Whatever god commands us. He equips us to obey. Gives us whatever we need for the assignment he initiates and sustains his plans for us and for his glory do the work of his spirit. In addition to initiating work god also initiates rest. He reminds moses again. How important the sabbath is he calls it. A sign between them and this statement about being assign elevates the sabbath to the level of circumcision like in god's covenant with abraham in fact this conversation with moses is called the sinai covenant god says the sabbath is holy to the lord and he calls them to honor each week. This is a much higher bar than having your son circumcised. When he's barely a week old. This is a regularly recurring reminder of who got is to them there is a lot to say about the sabbath. But you don't have time for it today. Some going to try to cover and a bonus episode for our patriot family at some point next. Move onto a scene. Many of you are familiar with. Moses has been up on the mountain for almost six weeks. The people grow restless and impatient. Maybe even wondering if he's died up there he's old. They appeal to erin to make them a god in verse one. We see that they perceive this to be a delay. They don't recognize it as god's timing they were too steeped in their unbeliev to acknowledge. God's plan they wanted their own then. Aaron who had just seen god eight chapters ago complies not just building the calf but building an altar in front of it to maybe. He's jealous of moses and what's to usurp his leadership maybe he wants the people to like him knows then he ordains a feast unto the lord. That's weird this. Sounds like the manala tree. We talked about on day. Thirty seven where people would mingle their worship of god with other things and remember. This is erin the guy who helped perform miracles in front of pharaoh the guy god appointed as high priest and here he is melting down earrings to make a calf out of gold. The same material that was to be used for the holiest places where he would serve god in his tabernacle and then the people attributed their deliverance from egypt. A few months ago to this thing that moments earlier was in their ears on their fingers. I don't know what bothers me more the fact that it's idolatrous or the fact that it's irrational but i do know what should bother me more. Meanwhile up on the mountain. God lets us in on what's happening down. There got his angry and he says he wants to destroy the people and start over. With just moses but moses appealed to god based on god's promises which are irrevocable and based on god's character which is unchangeable and god relents. Do i think god really plan to kill them no. I don't i think this was a test for moses. An opportunity for him to be reminded of god's promises and character because he's going to need it in the days and weeks and years ahead when moses and joshua go down the mountain with the two tablets the ones god has carved and written testimony on with his own hand. Moses sees what has happened in throws the tablets and breaks them in a rage. These are the people he had just offended to god. He destroys the calf and rebukes the people meanwhile erin acts dodgy. He shifts the blame and lies and evades responsibility in. This chapter does not end. Pretty moses asked the people where their hearts are our the hearts with god or not. This is their chance to repent of breaking at least the second commandment and possibly the first as well a covenant. They all agreed to abide by the levi are all in. But for the ones who art moses commanded their death only three thousand died which compared to the approximately three million who are all about the calf. That's a small number who were unrepentant. Who died those.

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"32 years" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

03:40 min | 8 months ago

"32 years" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"He got it with no problem. Problem. Brought, you had no problem with that. Thing longer ready. I'm ready. Go All. He got all of his mouth. L. Z congratulations. Now, we do the four by four at one boy. We didn't have any. Way to the challenge was to easily. Yeah up for the challenge. Summer, can. You, feel. You got an Assamese Asterix. Yeah. We it's not a regular kit Kat. It's not he devoured that in nothing seconds. Because my grown asthma. So, but the actually like kit cats down. Oh. Yeah. That's true. That is the great question Greg Excellent Point. The middle of it? Oh for the love. Wasn't bad. But I wouldn't drink it with a glass of wine keyshawn. Kishan does have kicked frozen Kit Kat. Do you like to freeze your chocolate I don't like to do that. It depends on a chocolate. It really does. Okay. What. So chocolate the has like Like raspberry in it. Or like orange. Or Jalapeno. Jalapeno. Look Her will you guys sharp Options I'm Mexican. I've never had this. I look I'm Latino I love me some spice. I've never had a chocolate covered. Jalapeno. In my life no none of chocolate covered a Jalapeno a chocolate bar to has jalapenos in it. No that's still feels weird I've never had that either yes no no. No right where you eat your way for my Jalapenos. Okay that's fair. Bed Chris texting he says you should do this everyday. No Shit attempt to try to a challenge every. Took right now, I'm watching the video. And yeah I it is kind of small those. I'm not here for this. I had a challenge. I took it ought is. Lebron Damn respect? No No. I do get his small. Post this video I can't i. mean if he gives me permission YO L Z would have to give us permission. Yeah Senator Carlo he'll posted on the ESPN yeah bypass. Permission. Grain. Bypassing. Now, just jumping right over me. Are Is it. Okay. Do we have your permission to host this video. Yes. You have my permission. Okay and then we have to phrase this properly because it's not a four by four but. We're insisting on on downplaying my historic achievement. No one else has seven ten had dared accomplish what I've accomplished and instead of saying, damn those a your fantastic kit Kat eater you much rather say. Monica Kit and not a full kit Kat it was just either a kit or a cat. Kid Cat. Man to be undermined like this. Have an Asterik for my championship. We gotta go. The great work is always despite the kid cat now was great work because of the Kit Kat. Dating Laura. Thank you, Greg. Thanks to Ramona. Thanks to Tim Kirk Jerry Hairston thanks you guys are calling into tuning in. We love you. We'll be back tomorrow foresee..

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"32 years" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

03:31 min | 8 months ago

"32 years" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"To get ready Oh man you get at least rest you sound like Patrick Beverley when he was talking smack jared Dudley soft tissue injuries. He's like just play Baugh. Ready I'm ready to play ball. I'm ready to play ball man play ball since March I know and by the way you saw Martin Jarvis I did. Did and I was like I feel like I'm GonNa disadvantage is that because he's got a Jim over UCLA and I haven't played Boston's March well, and he was on a college basketball team that went to the NCAA tournament there. I'm not really concerned about that part. But I tweeted out yesterday. So we had I had some fun. I tweeted this out. You say I want to make sure I get the the whole tweet out I said since L Z granderson and I got to lay in two thousand, sixteen they added to NFL teams. Another MLS team Lebron arrived the teams have been two three world series wants Super Bowl One rose bowl and they've won one NBA title and One World Series title plus we broke both the Venice Mace and Max Kellerman curses and. People were chiming in on that and and Martin Jarman. tweeted out that since he's had two conversations with us that the city of Los Angeles has won a world series NBA finals and he says basically more to come which I'm sure Greg? Bergman would love to hear because one of his alter egos is bruin boy over there Bruin boy. I do. All the different alter it makes sense ready Elsie he has. Dodger boy he has later boy and he has bruin boy. Okay. You're not a man anything no no. Charge but he is former dodger expert. Greg Bergman there's that You, they'll reference to being a boy there. Yeah I'm sure you would love for Ucla basketball to be back, right? Oh absolutely and they were really good last year at the ending they were very good. Yes. They were on him going really well Yeah uh-huh Mick Cronin is going is great coach I was on it from the very beginning I wanted Mick Cronin and now he's did you really I did from the beginning said Okay I wanNA make Cronin I mean that's not. I. Mean he was like the seventh choice or something like that. Wasn't that yeah because we'll who we weren't going to get billy Donovan. You weren't gonNA get cash, but you can understand my skepticism here right L. Z. that he says Mick Cronin Guy and he was like the Seventh Joyce now has done a fantastic job and make was created Cincinnati but I find it hard to believe that anyone was out there championing. Cronin. NCW basketball, but he's and he had him it out. So I will I'll believe you greg I I'm questioning it because I'm a little skeptical ninety five, the last championship ninety five is. Ties any. You in the brazen ninety five but you guys had a final four with Ben Howland yet two of them. To lost in the championship game and in the final. report. Those Florida team overall, those Hughes Joking Noah Group Yeah He's a doodle rebate little segments on how Kevin Love could throw a ball from one end to the other. Do those like e sixty specials like he was like a reason why they were planning. So Martin Jarman? Is GonNa, play you post-soviet in a one on one basketball game. Now again, he is the AD at Ucla. He's played college basketball at North Carolina Wilmington on a tournament team. So I are you ready for that competition when it does come your way I just.

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"32 years" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

06:43 min | 8 months ago

"32 years" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Well you never know what could happen because the dodgers more scoring anything that raise had one and the dodgers had zero. You know sometimes these games you know when when both sides are pitching well. The dodgers bullpen and then Blake. Snell he had. We call no hit stop now he didn't give up. He gave up a couple of hits. You know the last one to Austin Barns, but it was nothing was really smoked was really hit that hard. So he definitely had that no hit stuff where he could dealt for nine innings and we lose one nothing I've seen it happen and mookie. Becky, we talked about that last night he goes he had that type of stuff where he might have just shut staffer nine any that happens but here's the here's the point. John Cash. Into fourth player. He should understand you know what we may have to win this game. One nothing. We had that type of we had that type of ace going for us that way and you never know what can happen anywhere man Snell is is dealing and on the offense aside now we can shut down and then you guys and I remember having a Clayton Kershaw behind in front of us as far as the pitcher he's you what must get that other run. Let's get the other two the AC, and we have a two run home, and now we're winning three nothing. You never know you never take your in that situation ridiculous move. Jerry Hairston junior sports that la former dodger with this year of course, world champion in two thousand, nine look. You one one of these you've been in one of these in the clubhouses you've been in one of these celebrations you had. The understanding of what it takes to win one of these. Young, guys on that roster who hadn't won basically outside of that core four and a select few. What is that feeling like how how is the best way you could describe that feeling of winning a championship in baseball while I was playing left field when Mario Rivera came out of the bullpen we're at a four one lead I I think came in for four. Out Save came in the eighth inning, I just started reflecting because I knew they want to score four runs on Mario. In his prime. I started reflecting my grandfather he played in the Negro Leagues. Never got a chance to play in the world series. My father never got a chance to play in the world series where I brother. Scott. has had a chance to play in the world series of the time he never did and it was. A family thing for me. You know I felt that they all were winning with me and I started reflect on my mother taking me literally games and understand the sacrifices so many people make. For you to have a chance to play in the big leagues and now I have a chance to play the world series and. And I started thinking about those guys start thinking about Clayton Kershaw on his wife Ellen who has been by her husband's side since high school maybe even earlier than that and they've gone through some ups and downs obviously in the postseason and they've done incredible work not just in La for the state of Texas. Helping. Underprivileged kids in Africa. And if there was anybody who are more deserving, it's them. And I say them because I know Clayton Ellen are so close and I was so happy for their family. I've been a teammates Clayton Kershaw since two, thousand, two, thousand and twelve, and I've seen him develop not just as the great husband. But as a father now of kids, he is just an incredible person and I am so proud that he had this moment he deserved this moment and that's what I thought about last night you know having him hoist that trophy because nobody can ever take that away from him. It's my understanding that you're not only African American, which also Mexican American is that true? Absolutely I'm a black and my dad's. Black from Birmingham Alabama. And, my mom like black. Alabama you back look probably was the first one of the first black men in highschool you grew up in Birmingham Alabama in the fifties and sixties. So you know I was able to to learn a lot from him and what he had to deal with. but then my mom is from Sonora Mexico Mexico. I've got a chance to play for Mexico in the World Baseball Classic in two thousand, nine you and your brother, right? Yes got nine. We've got a chance to play in a definitely proud of that heritage shoot. My mom is so happy for Victor Gonzales and Louise or your use What a what a great moment for him closing on not only the NFC they've got a cancer close out. The World Series I know all of Mexico is extremely proud. When you think about everything that went into this year. You know dealing with covert trying to fashion some sort of bubble, the economy racial reconciliation, the protests streets in what the dodgers Major League Baseball was doing to address that. Do, you feel as if this championship is not getting the proper respect that it needs in terms of the mental aspect of it where am I overstating those other elements in terms of how impacts in athlete? Well I can't speak for everybody but can speak for the baseball world in the community. You know we recognize how important it was the first to have the season we listen we understand what a Lotta people have gone through. A lot of people have lost their jobs. Some jobs may not even rich come come back, their businesses and it's just so sad to even to even hear or see about that. But the players wanted to make sure they had a season just so they can have in a former mistake you know and and that's why they wanted to play to have a season they can just. Be Out there on that field to give joy to some people for three or four hours. That's what their job entail. And I know listen we live in an imperfect world. Nothing's ever going to be perfect. But you know they understand the baseball players and there's a chance for them to play into entertaining and on top of that to help make the world a better place to help whether it's financially the to help those that are that need an assistance. both women African American minorities these players are willing to do it and it was so great to see guys like Kenley Jansen. Manager Dave Roberts and Clayton Kershaw Cape Khalid and doing that in this community and they're gonNA continue doing that I know the major league baseball players I started players alliance. Led by McKee back. I know David price is a part of that Adam Jones. Also. So many great players are doing so much for the community, but it's a never ending process you you just can't say, Hey, we're gonNA, do this and put a band aid on it. You have to continually being the community and continue to try to help people have better chances.

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"32 years" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

05:31 min | 8 months ago

"32 years" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Yeah. Yeah yeah dodgers are world champions Mason Ireland show what is up last night magic down in Arlington. Texas? I got to be part of it flew back early this morning. It was the trip of a lifetime for me. I've been waiting waiting waiting for this and I was so glad to be able to be there, and one of the unsung heroes of the dodgers organization is a guy who drafted Clayton Kershaw Cory seager and cody bellinger signed Justin Turner is a minor leager former dodgers general manager Ned Colletti is online ned. How are you man? Are. We looking today boys who couldn't couldn't look any better net in your fingerprints are all over this. So congratulations to you I'd like to I'm sure there are a lot and there were a lot of fun memories going through your head last night. Go back to the year you drafted Kershaw. If I remember correctly, that was your first draft, right? Yes and the start before the two starts before the draft. we had him in mind. He was the first high school pitcher player taken that year but we had him in mind. We didn't know if he was going to get to us and then he had A. A five inning perfect game no hitter where he struck everybody out. And I was thinking why would he have to look good? But. He did fallen to US and It's a it's a great way to start a career new city by drafting a guy like that not only talent but character and. Who He is still doesn't though that I was Gonna ask about that music. So Ned that was the guy you were targeting I always think it's fun to look back at those draft and think where you're gonNA take somebody else and he went before Kershaw or you kershaw circled from the get-go. Well, he was he was the guy that everybody wanted and you know and the organization that people had seen them people that watch video people had had conversations. And he was the guy and I don't WanNa tell you would have been next had he gone but we also caught a little bit of a break because it was my my last year in San Francisco the dodgers had drafted Lou coach ever with their first round pick. And couldn't sign him. So he went back into the draft and he was drafted number one overall. Essence did is it pushed everybody back one So that really allowed US Detroit one right before us I think I think they took Andrew Miller. And in talking to the Detroit people who I've known for decades, they said, you know of ever is an power straffed. You know we're probably going to take over because mill is probably going to be. We'll probably gonNA take kershaw because you know we're gonNA have Miller gone. So the hotel Chaver. The the miss on hold shaver with letting him go back to the college over he ended up going back to for that one year proved to be a key component insert away address fell. US Oh, Justin, Turner was a utility guy with the New York mets and you acquired him and he has become really the heart and soul of this run all the way to last night World Series Championship. What did you see and Justin Turner Ned? That was a minor league deal? Was it not? Yeah it was a look a touch complicated and I give. Him A lot of credit for believing on himself. If we go back to season before the to thirteen season, I had four really good extra. What you would call the extra players Jerry Hairston Junior, who I do TV with now and have a great time with Nick Puto skip shoe market and we acquired Michael Young from philly right yet at the deadline. young and j? Hair we're going to go home. The other two guys were looking for two year deals I. Wish Them. Well, they got two year deals. So I was really kinda looking to rebuild that part of the club and I had like j two for a while the offense defense I thought was average could play second base could place them third basic and standard short stuff for a minute. And so we waited he was non tendered and I knew you know that's kind of a raw moment for an athlete. So we had to stay back for a little while. talked to his agent and mentioned the him that, hey, we would have interest after he got his mind sorted out started having conversations with the agent and then Timmy Wallich went to an alumni game at at Fullerton and ran into him and call me back and said, Hey, you know what? There's a guy here. I think it help us and you know I always talked to the manager always talk in this case mattingly and let him know what we were thinking because. I would never WANNA put somebody in a room to manage it and want, but I didn't spread it around the entire coaching staff organization and so it kind of met with what we were thinking. So so timmy gave me a heads up that he had interested and then I'm walking down the hall one day. This is how crazy life can be what you never know what's going to happen I'm walking down the hall one day and I run into somebody in the promotions department in Cat Boulanger. She walks in and she goes, Hey, you know what I hear that you're trying to sign my girlfriend's best. You know my girlfriend's my best friend's boyfriend I said WHO. Says he says Justin. Turner. I said Yeah. You know I am I said, let get let in Thomas get a move on. Let's figure this thing out. So pushing her a little bit to push. The Future And so they start, we have you know little conversations here and they're still respectful the agent and all of that stuff, and so one thing leads to another way end up signing him to a major league deal. That's great. Story Ned the also. Need a physical denise didn't look good needed surgery sixteen months..

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"32 years" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

05:50 min | 8 months ago

"32 years" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"So long rag is. Did. Here's my here's my thing though it's bittersweet moment because you have one side, the dodgers celebrating. And then on one other side Justin Turner getting the news getting pulled in the San within like you said, nobody knew what was going on so we're all clueless after the game broke and they won the championship. Then you start finding out, he was tested positive. It's almost a lose lose situation for for jt because if darned if he did he goes out there and now you have the whole twitter media burning them up and darn if he did it because it's once in a lifetime I gotTA support jt on this I know was a bad call the bound looked or what for the time we're living in but Jt was out there with his guys will be really should have stepped up to the plate and if anyone's pointing finger pointing it at rob Manfred thanks guys. Thanks very much Let's not let the Justin Turner thing ruin the buzz man we just. WanNa world. Championship for the first time in thirty two years. Let's not let's not obscure that that with this Justin Turner Story here's Ray in Riverside hey ray you're on seventeen ten espn hi. There with the fellows. Not much madame excite. It's. Off The dodgers won the world series. I remember in eighty eight hours eight your time watching with my pops. Then, when they're Benson. Countless playoff games and I was at game three of the two thousand eighteen through that went eighteen innings and you know talk I to lose that series of course against the Astros but went in and now man makes twenty twenty. You know while work as as you know Kinda getting over everyone's been going through but you know I'm just excited because I had it for the family was able to watch with my pops in my family again this time around and you know with Justin Turner. I get it. You know emotion socal or. You know I would have the same thing. You know he's been around the guys all week all day all game you know and I. Can See why from outside looking in by should have been wearing a mask or she's been out there but you know I would have done the same thing and you know just excited that we we took it all yup and you know for the most part I've I've been at pie fired do they just a hundred times already but you know God gives the guy who his respect and You know he's our manager for as long as. For as long as we can keep them. that. Yeah. Phone Call Rate I mace. I do think he's right about Dave. Roberts I think this now okay. So Roberts won the division every year he's been the dodger manager Yup and now he's won the title. Are we still going to get people calling for his head? yeah, we are. It is it was idiotic before the world series, it was eighty addict before we saw this. This championship the way Roberts you. Okay. So going back to what we were talking about at the very start of the show. Analytics is a tool if you come out and say, you don't believe in analytics, you're stupid because they can help you. But it's also just a tool. It is not a hard fast gospel rule. What you saw last night was two managers treating analytics, differently, Kevin Cash said, we don't believe that are pitcher should go the third time through the lineup. It's a core belief. We completely ignoring that Blake Snell was destroying the top of the dodger lineup. the top of the Niger lineup those three guys were. Mets Seattle and Turner world for six with six strikeouts. Kevin cash and the raise completely ignored that said, we're married to this core principle. Yes. Dave Roberts had probably heard look who you re isn't reliever. We shouldn't have them go more than one inning. We've got blake trying in in Kenley Jansen and traditional closers available Robert said screw it. He looks great I've sticking with them. So there was that was an interesting contrast one manager, Mary Dan Olympics refusing to be flexible. The other one's saying could take him out but he looks great I'll leave. Let me ask you a hypothetical. Is it possible that this was the dodgers plan all along is the was the plan to use areas at the end of the game formulated beforehand. I'm sure it was. S Game Number seven yeah, I think. I think it depended the game played out. For example. If the game was tied or if the dodgers were down by one to Julio, get the ball in the seventh. So you don't know he took seven, eight, nine in. Okay. So here's an interesting thing. About the game last night. I believe at F- look it up but I believe that you re is. Through more innings than any dodger pitcher last night. And I think would through to your right reassures. Point one third. Yeah. And also. I think her did Hernandes get the win. Got The win last. Fifth was a bias. No does he got the winner you only pitch two-thirds. Is what the win not s with the Save. And then. All got the hold I think Hernandez. Got, the hold and. You're going to say so it was weird game pitch more innings than any other dodger pitcher last night yawning consulate. Do. You think they handled that brilliantly. Do you think brister grabher? All is the closer of the future..

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"32 years" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

05:33 min | 9 months ago

"32 years" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

"I mean, this is what I I tweeted. Don't want to die I. Want him to lose in a landslide and then go to prison where he blocked right we we have trials we have trials to conduct right but I mean I I say that today was wouldn't that be his final act of chaos if God forbid right? He's doesn't make it to the election I mean talk about chaos in the United States we're already I mean this is yeah. There've been so many things so many scenarios that we could imagine throughout this president, and here we are again and. Another team I've been pushing this week is wherever there is a lack of heart information speculation and conspiracy theories fill that void and so that's a very dangerous thing We were very much in the dark here on his health. He's I also think in addition being toxic that he's sicker than he knows, and by certainly sicker than we know and I wouldn't be surprised if he physically crashes, we certainly don't want him to become a martyr we want him to to stand trial. it would be strange after all the things we've tried to get him out of office. If at this point, the twenty Fifth Amendment actually works. Yeah. Yeah. Well, and only because it would finally be Republicans interest I mean I was saying was terrified me this morning you know when my dad and Goldwater I, mean, it probably would have been a landslide for a lot of reasons but they were saying America wasn't going to elect three presidents in two years you remember Johnson was JFK's. Vice President and I I. Just I'm I don't know to what degree there'd be a sympathy voter pence is acceptable to a lot of Republicans that trump is an acceptable to i. mean I just. I don't think anyone can predict where we're going in these next three weeks. Can we I I have confidence that pence cannot gather the support that trump has? This is a cult of personality and without that personality without trump I think a lot of republicans disappear while they may. They may be a third party but the Republican Party as we know it now that it and trump have become one now that they've merged into one entity if he dies maybe it dies because without that personality to worship in in this colt their lost. Yeah. Well, you're in Florida. You said Florida trump and Biden had been tied new Reuters poll gives by four point lane. I had seen larger ones. Where does it stand now in Florida?.

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"32 years" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

05:01 min | 9 months ago

"32 years" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

"Tell me. Your name isn't Buzz Burbank. No it's and when I first started seventy, it was one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty something and I was. He was boss radio is the thing honk audience into radio and so I did my first newscast and the DJ of pounded on the window and the common said what's your middle name or your middle initial and I said Jay and he said perfect use it. So in the boss radio days and Bob's GonNa love this I. Signed off as Michael J Elston, Koa News good day and that was that was my that was my signnow that's that's of course my real name but. Almost everybody knows now that Buzz Burbank is Michael J Elston and Michael. J.. Oh my God. So so groundhog. Day Okay. Yeah. That's why you're here. Right. Now wait but we obviously there's one degree of radio separation but you so you live in Florida now right you were in DC for years. In the Tampa Bay area you know a nice small town on the coast and a very, very happy here and spite a one of the reasons I moved here is I thought they needed one more blue vote. And it's helping I. Think it's helped married to Marcia for thirty four years. Two cats, right? No, it's actually been longer than that's been forty-five. Wow this is an old bio. Wow. Okay. So yeah but there may be some years we're not counting. Met. Bob Ceska under the famous the Don and Mike Show, which is you're right. On the Don and Mike Show for many many years and then the Michael Mirror show for nearly eighteen years CBS radio. So Ah. Story that's how you and Bob met right. He was my intern and. Unlike a lot of interns that they stuck us with this one was actually interested in the news most of them came to be close to don and Mike Right. So well, maybe I, can be buzzes intern at least I'll be in the same vicinity but in this case Bob was interested in their show but also interested in news and he and I. We have the small cubicle that we worked in he and I had these great of Aaron, Sorkin, newsroom discussions all the time, and we became great friends that way and then separated for like twenty five years, and now we're back together again and it's just The chemistry is magical I, love working i. Love that man? A little boy growing up. All good. By grown up I. mean he's like six seven and a giant nerd yellow we're here along. With. Nobody remembers I guess the Comic Strip, mutton? Jeff. But for those who do or understand the reference, that's what we look like when we're together, I'm very short certainly in comparison the end and he's very tall and yet somehow we're on.

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"32 years" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"32 years" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Hi Tina how are you hi Mr Ramsey thank you so much for taking my call Mar pleasure how can I help so wow question I'm not where my husband and I on baby step two and we have quite of unknowns coming up in the next fixed eight months he is in construction project management and the project is estimated to be over between February and may are Lisa's upward renting and Bay we also have a fifteen month old I have food five times in the past five years and this is GonNa be the first time we're moving with the child so I don't start this and we don't know if we'll be we will be moving and where we will be moving where kind of tired of California because of the high cost of living we're in a lot of debt we wanted to have the you know a different life and so I'm not sure if I should be putting the baby step two on hold and try to save up some money just because of the unknown it's coming up or if I should just keep going on in the project and she's one hundred percent out of work he's not he could stay on but it would be a good timing to ru just because there is also while at the house run game and he would just land another construction project in another state that's kind of what we're looking forward to to be honest we wanted to move back to the east coast or somewhere down south anywhere I mean how hard is it for him to win something there because he's basically quitting is John Bob what you're saying no he wants to see the project over at the end of the project he could stay on but he's choosing not to right or there's an option that he could get transferred to another location with the same firm but same company okay so how often has he changed companies and found work really quickly he's not really big on chain so he's been there for earn most of his career so this idea that you just up and move after the project's over unless it's a transfer inside this company she's got another job lined up is not a good plan is it now it's not he's got to have something else lined up before he walks away from this company definitely yes we we won't be moving without a job but if he were to transfer those there'll be moving expenses being out there will be the cost moving of course and especially if it's a if it's a farther move so that's kind of what I'm worried about so if he does not get a job in another location or does not get transferred you're staying yes so what do you think the percents chance of you leaving is no idea is righter than fifty fifty sounds tomorrow partly he's really yes I do I doubt we both do the maybe on seventy thirty then it's time to leave California and it's time to stop your total money makeover completely it's not stopped baby step two did you just stop working the plan right now and you pull up cash till you get this this move lined out credit thought again talking to his company sooner rather than later about the transfer at the end of this project okay so that he knows because if he can transfer with his country any my guess is that's his preference isn't it it is definitely if he goes in there this week and says hey then this project whether it's February may whatever it is I want to start talking about moving to another state at the end of this project can you guys talk to me about transferring if they say no going to happen then he knows he's got start looking for a job in another state and he started that now okay if you WANNA leave at the end and not have a hiccup because then you got to save for job gap and the move if you didn't have a job lined up right so information from his current employer with clear communication is a really good thing here sooner rather than later the middle limit how much money you need to make the move now once you've got the money Mayton you need to make the move and you've got the job lined up then you push start again push play again and you'll just pick right back up and any money you have left over after the move would come out down to one thousand dollars after you get settled into the new place and would restart your baby step two at that point Kristen Kirsten is with us come on Dave I I pushed the wrong buttons there she is Kirsten's in New York Hike Hairston how're you I still didn't push it one more time I'm still getting used to equipment after a few months how can I help Yeah Hi Dana so my husband and I had a question for you Kinda at a standard standoff right now we have no debt we are investing following your staff so we're basically on baby step six because we don't have kids mhm but we are lucky to have kids in the near future so my husband and I I'm looking to renovate the house too in square footage make room for babies all that kind of stuff he would rather save the money that was put towards the renovation and put it towards a new both a new house is probably not in for another five years or so so we're just kind of wondering would you do on watching your mind if you can do the renovation sooner than five years why could you not move senator than five years because the renovations cost like thirty grand whereas saving up for down payment on a new house is like two hundred no not necessarily well for the the area that we're living in and looking at the houses they're moving up way up in house oh absolutely I mean we're so we're apple's okay so that's set up for you to win this argument every time I well not not every time but the time so what's your current home worth it's roughly around fifty now okay and what is the most expensive homes the million to million so it wouldn't be unusual at all for somebody to be looking for six hundred six hundred fifty thousand dollar house on your street no we're actually like the accurate okay overbill the neighborhood with renovation so based on that I don't care which one you do either one of them is going to be fine you're not overbuilding the neighborhood you're paying cash for the folks let's cut through the bowl interest rates are exceptionally.

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"32 years" Discussed on Court Junkie

Court Junkie

09:43 min | 1 year ago

"32 years" Discussed on Court Junkie

"Like the first day of trial we had. I think we had <hes> now. I don't remember all the details but i know that we had well on the on the first day of jury selection. We had something like a total of six out of eighty who where people of color and maybe two black potential soldiers on the second day we had you know forty something potential jurors and they were all white every single one of them and so we move you know we had <hes> we we did file a motion to strike the venar which is which is the mechanism saying essentially. We're not getting a fair cross section so you should dismiss this for nari. We should start all over. The judge denied it and he kind of. I guess he didn't deny it. He withheld decision. He didn't take action on it and ultimately we did see to new jersey color and it's complicated because i think it's it's not like it's not a question of you can't assume that every person of color will have the same view of evidence but and durrell perspective all of ours was we. We want people from all different backgrounds. You know it's not just about having racially diverse jury. It's about having a socio hugh economically diverse and a an you know gender diverse and <hes> age diverse in a life experience diverse jury <hes> and that was really hard to accomplish given the the jury pool that we had but it absolutely played a really powerful role throughout <hes> the case and i think we were for all sensitized to it given the history of this first trial with an all white jury and the evidence jury bias in the deliberations that we we're all thinking about. How can we take steps to not repeat history here. I asked what the jury knew about terrell's first trial we we actually wanted to be candid and we thought that it was better for the potential jurors to know that the judge ended up telling them that there had been prior proceeding and and so there were questions about whether they would make any assumptions one way or the other based on the fact that there had been a prior proceeding but you know i mean there was nothing normal about this trial so you know the jury selection process was really challenging. It took several days. There were a lot of very intense emotional moments in addition visteon to making sure they didn't have the same jurors issues before the defense also had additional hurdles to overcome in a rather surprising move the judge had ruled that instead of recalling some of the same eye witnesses to the stand the prosecution would be allowed to just read the transcripts of their testimony from the first the trial at first prosecutors had requested to do this because many witnesses such as the medical examiner one of the lead detectives and two eye-witnesses he's had since passed away but then there were three other eye witnesses who had since come forward and provided affidavits in support of daryl's new trial and the judge. It's ruled that those witnesses could be replaced with the transcripts from their initial trial testimony as well. Here's how that particular part went down. The the defense had filed a motion to suppress the prior trials testimony from three witnesses lisa pena terry lynn starks and edna levin all three witnesses testified at that pretrial hearing and all three either said that they were pressured into identifying drawl or that they could not remember lisa lisa pena said that she couldn't recall any of the details of the shooting not even which she had testified to at the original trial she also accused detective smith of having having badgered her into identifying durell from the photo lineup he had showed her terry. Lynn starks told the judge that she couldn't remember anything from that night either. She said she had been on drugs and was drunk that night. She also testified that she had been arrested an outstanding prostitution warrants after the murder and that she was held in jail without out bail so detectives could get her to identify a photo of durrell. Edna levine testified that detective smith had threatened her with jail time and and told her that he would take her son away from her if she didn't i._d. Durell a photo lineup. He showed her for the judge. In the case judge cornelius moriarty didn't i didn't think for the three witnesses were credible with what they were saying now and so he admonished them telling them that perjury and a murder case is a serious offence offense he then assigned each one a court appointed attorney and told them to speak with her attorneys about their future testimony in the end the three refused refused to testify at the new trial and so the judge ruled that there prior testimony from the first trial could be used by prosecutors instead lisa explains leans further three or four witnesses who had provided affidavits in support of his trial motion and really largely had just reinforced some of the very problematic tactics at the police had used to interact with them back at the time of the investigation but the judge held hearing and ultimately concluded that they had a fifth amendment privilege because of the possibility that they could be charged with perjury trefor have for testifying inconsistently in some respects with what they had said at the time of trial so the prosecutor was able to essentially kick them off the stand by finding that they were unavailable and then to use their prior testimony so in the end not a single eyewitness testified from the stand and and so the majority of the prosecution's witnesses in the retrial were actually people who were not witnesses but who were reading transcripts of what was decide in the first trial from the stand virtually the commonwealth entire case came in through reading the transcripts of the original trial witnesses so they had a whole bunch of employees of the d._a.'s office who came in and sat on the stand and and then they read the prosecutor get to read the question and the witness agree the answer this month that the defense wouldn't be able to cross examine any of them. Lisa said they refuse to participate in this that they declined to read the transcripts of the trial attorneys cross examination and so the prosecutor read it out loud instead. This was all over our objection. We contended. Why should he be stuck with the original terrible job that has try lawyer did why why are we just reenacting that original and fair trial <noise> and we actually filed a motion that said something like you know motion to prevent an unfair reenactment of the original <hes> the original conflict conflict trial title or something like that but it was you know our point was. Why are we doing this. Why are we why are we retrying him using transcript of what we all can agree with an unfair trial but that's exactly what happened. I asked lisa how they were able to defend awro if they couldn't even do cross examinations of the witnesses well it was interesting so you know several of the eye witnesses had testified at we we moved to suppress their out of court identification because you know you remember none of these eye witnesses came to court at trial back in the eighties and identified him from the stand none of them so the only ide- evidence evidence arguably was was whatever they had said to the police officers out of court and we had moved to suppress those because we said the way those procedures were handled was so so unreliable that that it shouldn't be admitted into evidence. We lost that motion but the witnesses the same ones who were found to have a fifth amendment privilege. They testified at the suppression hearing so we were able to offer some limited you know basically we said well. This is our version of have a cross examination. We want off. We wanna read into the record the things they said at that suppression hearing that we the didn't come out at the time of the original trial that we would consider to be the equivalent of cross examining them if they were here and so the judge did allow us to do a little bit of that and that was <hes> so that in to the extent that we participated at all in this sort of charade of reading witnesses it was to read in the evidence that had been brought oh by us at the suppression hearing by all accounts the way this retrial played out was abnormal and it wasn't just lisa and the rest of daryl's defense team that seemed seemed to have reservations about having this retrial at all one of the most striking moments in the whole experience was right after we finished picking the jury so the jury you know we were it was thursday afternoon and we were going to start the trial on friday and the judge called us over to sidebar and he basically said <hes> he turned to the prosecutor and you know on the one hand he was. He was going out of his way to say. I'm not telling trying to tell you how to do your job but you know in light of what we now know in light of the you know the tampered evidence and the conflict of interest and the changes in identification. Don't you think that it and the fact that he spent thirty two years in prison. Don't you think that it might not be in the interest of justice to dismiss the charges. Have you considered that and you know not surprisingly. She said you know no. That's not you know. We don't think that's what happened here. That's why we offered him. A pleaded manslaughter so that was their view of justice. Testimony.

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"32 years" Discussed on Court Junkie

Court Junkie

10:17 min | 1 year ago

"32 years" Discussed on Court Junkie

"Jones went left in a car and the black man when back to pete in mary's. She said the black man she saw was the shooter her fiance paul jones testified that he saw the same thing although he said he wasn't sure he thought the man seen with the woman was the shooter that woman they were referencing was likely bridget struthers who you testified that she was in pete in mary's at night and that she left to go to the angelo's to order a sandwich she then went back to pete in mary's and went back to the angelo's withdrawal. She then left in a car while durrell went back to pete in mary's detective lagarde told the court that durrell had lied to him when he first interviewed him on november seventeenth nineteen eighty five durell had told him that he did not leave pete in mary's prior to the shooting. He said a friend of his whose name i'm he didn't know when across the street to gandules to get a sandwich for him but that he stood in the doorway and waited for her to come back. He never left the other vehicle that was in the angelo's parking lot. The time of the shooting was occupied by five people who had just left pete and mary's walter bobo watson edna levin terry lynn starks lisa pena and alfred moreau after witnessing the shooting. They called an ambulance before leaving the scene terry. Lynn starks testified that after she and her friends left peden mary's they got into bobo watson's is car. She said she saw a tall cuban man and a shorter man crossed the street she had seen both of them earlier at pete and mary's she said the a shorter man was grabbing the taller man's jacket and had a gun in his right hand about halfway through the parking lot. The shorter man raised the gun and the taller man. Dan fell to the ground. The shorter man then ran away. Terry told the court that a few weeks after the shooting she gave a video recorded interview to detective active joseph smith at the brockton police station during that interview detective smith showed her an array of photos and she chose which one she thought was the shooter shooter video was played for the jury during detective smith's testimony but partway through the video as terry is describing how the shorter of the two men had a gun. The interview is interrupted by an old television program called the phil silvers show after about fourteen seconds gins the video then returns terry's interview where she describes how she was in the car and saw the shooting but missing was her description and identification shen of the shooter. The jury was excused and detective smith was questioned about the error. This next bit of information will come up again later so i'd like you to pay attention to what's said here. According to the transcript detective smith told the court that when he had played the video for durell attorney he had inadvertently advertently pressed the record button rather than the play button elias asked him you mean you recorded something else over that tape while i was there and detective smith said yes and i knew that elliot's asked yeah we discussed it. Detective smith replied elias said he didn't remember that happening but also also noted that it was quote probably immaterial and so the trial continued on with detective smith telling the jury that in that videotape during the missing part terry had identified durell as the shooter even though she wasn't saying that in court terry also testified that when she he saw two men crossing the street she remarked that man is holding a gun on that other guy. She said her friend had levin who was also in the car with her replied bide. That's diamond. He used to stay at my house but when edna testified she said she did not see the two men terry described and that she never made that statement in fact. She said she heard terri. Say edna. Diamond has a gun something that terry denied saying to the other witnesses who were inside that second vehicle with terry and edna also testified lisa pena said she heard either edna or terry say that damn damn diamond after the shooting and when she asked who diamond was they said never mind lisa. Leave it alone never mind lisa also told the court that when detective smith showed her lineup of photos. He insisted that she choose one. She says she reluctantly chose a photo. That happened to be drills but but she could not say that he was the shooter. Edna testified that she also identified durell in the photos but also did not say he was the shooter but despite the fact that both lisa and edna did not identify durell as the shooter and testified as such detective smith testified earlier that they both i've had bobo watson another occupant of that second vehicle testified that someone in the car mentioned the name darryl jones not not diamond but that he doesn't know who said it officer richard shanks who also testified for the commonwealth said that after the shooting he saw d'oro oh whom he knew exiting pete and mary's and standing outside the bar with a group of people he said durell asked him what had happened and he told him that someone had been shot. Ah later he has denise perkins and paul jones to look at everyone standing outside pete in mary's to see if they could identify any of them as the shooter he said neither denise nor paul identified d'oro and that was pretty much the gist of the prosecution's case the defense called called three witnesses to the stand all of whom testified that durrell was inside pete in mary's with them at the time of the shooting eating sub sandwich on the third day of child tyrrell's attorney kenneth elias told the judge that about four or five years earlier get represented three of the police officers serves were witnesses and derails trial in civil matters unrelated to the case and he said there was one case with one of the officers that was actually still pending pending the judge quickly as terrell if he had any objection to his attorney continuing to represent him and darryl said no he wanted to keep him after the closing arguments the jury deliberated for about four and a half hours before submitting a question to the judge they asked for an instruction action and the definition of reasonable doubt they then continued to deliberate until about four thirty the next day when they reported that they were deadlocked. They were ordered to continue deliberating and the day after that. They returned to their verdict. They found durell guilty of first degree murder he. He was sentenced to life in prison without parole..

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"32 years" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"32 years" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"But Paul I tell you the truth. You know, we've been in San Antonio the whole month of January, and they don't have SEC networks. I haven't been keeping up with you like normally half all during football season. I need to know are the Alabama fans. Okay. That lost one game this year. Coach. Auburn people happy or sad that their state not win the national championship you've been around the league longer than I think you already know the answer that question coach the Alabama fans have come up with quite a few explanations for losing by twenty eight points. Okay. What I was asking about it. And I said let me tell you something every team can have a bad night or a bad day and Jala Bama had a bad one. And the other team have an exceptional day. It happens all the time. And it just sorta happened that night. You gotta give dab on his gas credit, though, they play close to perfect and just it didn't work out for them that night. I am curious your thoughts on Trevor Lawrence because he was outstanding in that game. And all you. I tell you what they have built a system that you know, he doesn't have to run maybe once or twice the game. And he he's he's pretty good at that. But boy, he's a dropback passer. He throws it beautifully. And there's an advantage me at six six those RPO is when you think it here, and you're standing up there looking down on everybody. He's he's quite a talent in these got talented guys all around also. But you gotta give dab oh credit forgetting, this guy's ready all the time. And the mental part that that he is given Clemson there there they go they contend for next year. Also, speaking of the SEC, we'll get back to your team in a second. But the Gators had a phenomenal finish to the season with that Bowl-winning. I know you're you've been in Texas. But what's it look like for Dan Mullen for? Yeah. I had a chance to go back and see Dan before we went out there in January right after the bowl game. I said it's going to be big for you. It's really helped in recruiting and to dominate Michigan. Like that. What was it forty one seven or ten or something like that? Whatever was a big win for the Gators and they really played well defense offense special teams. So I think it really did help recruiting I tell him, unfortunately, Georgia's sat and all the best players along with Alabama. But still the future for Florida football. Does look very bright right now. Let me come back to this game this weekend. I believe you're you're playing Dennis Erickson is it for the first time. Yeah. Didn't even are good buddies when he was at Miami. And Florida we didn't play each other. And but we played FSU. So we try to team up on how to beat those gas. I think he'd beat them more than I did. But we got to be buddies. We played golf together knows Nike golf trips and Lake Tahoe one time, and he even heading out his house and court Elaine, upstate Washington near Spokane. Sure beautiful area. So yeah, we'll be buddies before the game and after the game and in between trap best to beat each other. I realize you job is to coach. But. This league has gotten good reviews. The the NHL owner from Carolina put a tremendous investment in are you do you try to? I mean, you you you have to be concerned about about the league. Do you pay much attention to all that? Or you just do do do coaching. Do the ball coach Paul when we're not to this gig. It might be for one year. It might be for three. I don't know what it is. But I'm just I'm worried about this year this year, we got a good bunch of gas. We're gonna try best to see if we can win this thing. And whatever happens after that shoot. Who knows?.

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"32 years" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"32 years" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"In fact, everybody in the alliance all the players make the same amount. So the snapper tell team today wanted to snap pursue one back a little low. I said you realize you're making the same amount of money is geared Gilbert, and he's leading the alliance and passing yards right now y'all making the same amount. So that's just the way we are. So it's it's really a an opportunity spring football league that a lot of these guys are gonna get chance playing NFL next year. And that's what we want. We want a bunch of our guys to make it. And I believe we have. Several that will we've got three or four wide receivers. They're very good running back. He -fensive linemen linebackers. We gotta linebacker cats. Garvan his already got three interceptions one for touchdown. So it's going to give these guys chance to get noticed. And maybe go to the big leagues next year talking to Steve Spurrier. I you know, we talked. I think last summer, and you mentioned and others have since about reaching out to Tim tebow bring that up not t-boz any longer on the table. But you may have heard you may not have the Johnny Manziel was let go today by the L. Would you have any interest in talking to him? Well, that's up to San Antonio. They're the one owns his right? But yeah, it was sort of interesting way back last March or April when the Lancers formed and the announcements came out, you know, there was talk of Kibo Orlando. Johnny Manziel, the San Antonio camper next to San Diego where none of those worked out. So I I don't think I don't know what's going to happen with Johnny football seems like whatever happened up there. Maybe a little stain owning. But we'll just have to wait and see..

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"32 years" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"32 years" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"They were good. They had the pony express. I mean, this was one I mean, they were ranked as high as number two in the country something like that day. I mean, this was a big time program. Yeah. They were great. I mean, they won the Cotton Bowl. They had Eric Dickerson and Craig James, but all this goes back to the late Ron Meyer when he came in. You've probably heard the famous story winning went and recruited some players, and he went into coaches office. And there were a high school coaches officer. There were business cards about a bulletin board and two players were sitting there. This was in baytown, Texas, and he took a hundred dollar Bill intact. It to the bulletin board said this is our calling card, and you know, they sat there wide eyed. It was that mentality. He left and went to the NFL. But then that structure was in place. Nobody could change it to boost were his boosters, and it stayed under Bobby Collins, although Bobby Collins and didn't invent this it stayed in place and just got worse. At the height of the program in eighty two. They were eleven oh and one right number two in the country. So help us understand when this ruling came down. I mean, it was a even though many could have anticipated it. What was it like that day in Dallas? It was in -ticipant. Did if like when the reality hit. It was a bombshell is at that time SMU was big time. There was a southwest conference. And that's in it and every year, they played Texas. And they played Texas. Am those are big games? Those are about the only games they would sell out at Texas stadium because it was Texas Texas am fans. But yeah, it was a big time program. And it was a different time in Dallas pro sports wasn't what it was. So it was a huge thing. And it wasn't -ticipant. But when it finally hit, I think the reality of it was was very strong, and it was a bizarre press conference. He for remember, Dave burst fainted, right? It was just crazy. And then the second part was they could play that second year. I think you said, I think it was home games. They would have to play, but they canceled the program that second year. So that was two years without football. They moved to the campus stadium, which was kind of a wreck at the time. They got rid of everybody, and they just. Emphasized football. And then they put in academic requirements, which were very tough even though like like as I said before the violations had nothing to do with academics. Talking to Danny Robbins who has now moved on. But was around and played a huge role in just as an investigative reporter. I it sounds like pretty fertile ground. I mean, it seemed like anywhere you turn. You could probably discover some malfeasance. How did you approach you and your newspaper and everyone else approached the story back then? Well, first of all the southwest conference was just. That's this is the way of life. Then if you ever Frank royals called said, we'll call it the OPEC conference. That's The the. crisis quarterbacks and running backs. And so it was it. You know, it just the the price that it was a it was a competitive thing because eventually so much came out about Texas A and M university, Houston, Texas tech university of Texas, but SMU was just so blatant. And so out there. These guys driving up in front of a house in nowhere, Texas and getting out making an offer writing out contracts. It was just so blatant. And and one reason it became a story was it was so blatant because you would talk to an assistant coach rice, and they would say you won't believe what I just heard. So and so went to Lake Tahoe with the booster something like that. And then you'd get off and chase it and you couldn't ignore it. Because it was a huge story. Because as I said before SMU was much bitter deal in sports at that time in Dallas. So we approached it as you know, it started like anything else kind of small, but as it grew and grew..

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"32 years" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"32 years" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"What's in your wallet, Capital One and a? Cried passion than pageantry of college. Football leaves here. This is the Paul finebaum show. Best of podcast. About the program of twenty years. Twenty seven. We are believable yesterday. But it could be a thirty two years ago this week where were you do you? Remember where you were if you were college football fan, you were undoubtedly reading and hearing about SMU getting the death penalty thirteen different players, including Eric Dickerson were implicated in a scandal that involved about seventy thousand dollars in money. The school was was shut down for the nineteen eighty-seven season. They cancelled home games in eighty eight bowl and live TV ban until ninety fifty five law scholarships. The program was literally killed, and it quite frankly hasn't recovered even today brief interludes of success, not many one of the young investigative reporters who broke that story for the Dallas times herald joins us now still young Danie Robbins now with the AJC, and Danny I can't. Hey, how exciting it is to talk to you again. After all these years, we had many conversations over the years. But the fact that both of us are still alive. Maybe the biggest news of this conversation. That's true. It's good to talk to you, Paul. Thank you, Danny. For those who weren't born. And have only heard this in passing. Would you tell us what this how we got to this day thirty two years ago? Well, it was it was really shoot Ariss because what s and he went on probation in one thousand nine hundred five they lost every scholarship. They couldn't get a scholarship to couldn't go to balls for two years because they've been paying recruits and players and the chairman of the board of governors Bill Clements who would be come governor of the state told the NCAA you got us. We won't do it again. And then they continued to pay a group of players, and that was just infuriating to the NCAA. Not to mention the fact they just puts the death penalty rule in place. So I think the logic was if you're going to use it. This was the time to use it. So I I know the story because I was covering college above it. Here's a program that gets slammed about as badly as you can get slammed and they still keep cheating, right? Yeah. And the rationale was so ridiculous. You know, it was said, well, we have a payroll. We have to payroll, and if we don't these guys are going to go the media and say, we got X amount of dollars which look back on it. Who cares? If one of them came out and said, I was paid this since the school had acknowledged they were paying players, but they continued to do it. And it was the same people. Bobby Collins was becomes Bobby hitch was athletic director L choose the president. And because there have been no changes just kept doing it, it it just looks so bad. Payroll. The key pretty famous line from from that era. And you mentioned Bill Clements. The. He he was he was he ended up being the governor. He was in on it, wasn't it. Yeah. He he he was in on it. He said we have to keep doing it. The person who said we have a payroll Isherwood blunt booster at the top of the nine who were collecting the money, but athletic director, the coach and and Bill Clements all went went along with it. So when it came out, it just seemed so bad and the other thing about it is you talk about not recovering it recovering from it. Give the school totally remade itself. And academics was not an issue at this. We're talking about cash in envelopes cashing, paper bags. It was. It was totally money for recruits and players, but when the school in reaction to totally restructured with the new president can pie from Tuke. And that that changed everything, and it it it made it look nuclear when. Maybe had they not done that it would. And and for those who who are saying well SMU's never been good..

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