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"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

"When i was reporting this episode i interviewed marlins shirley for hours my producers and i were captivated by his story. He was charismatic charming. We thought we had this episode ready to go until we did a routine check and found something in shirley's past something that had been overlooked in march two thousand when he was twenty one years old shirley got into an argument in his home with his ex girlfriend. According to the sheriff's report she wanted to leave but surely took her keys and refused to let her go. He grabbed her pushed her and at one point struggle. She said he slammed the door on her hand. He was arrested and pled guilty to a charge of gross misdemeanor assault about seven months after the incident. He was winning medals at the paralympics. As far as i can tell this has never been reported. He was never mentioned in any of the interviews or the glowing profiles about marlin shirley as he became the face of the paralympics in the early. Two thousands given that this podcast. We'll be exploring gender based violence. I needed to learn more my producers. And i tried contacting shirley's ex girlfriend but she in return our messages. She didn't wanna talk to us. And we respect that. But i still needed to reach out to shirley and ask if he would talk about it on the record. I wasn't sure how he'd respond. Would he be defensive hostile what he talk about it at all the important thing to me was to get on and actually talk to you guys. It's just man when you concert next violence. It's important that we hold ourselves and each other. Countable there's no way to put it softly. It was what i did and it was horrible and it was frightening. I did this. And i'm sorry listening to shirley i was kind of taken aback. It's rare to hear someone who's committed domestic violence especially a public figure talk about it with such candor domestic violence domestic violence. There's no level of not that bad. there's no excuse for any of it doesn't matter it was one time it only takes one time like there's all kinds of ways to get out of this kind of stuff i mean. Come on there is. There's no way. I want to get out of this. No way acts not even look at my family. If i tried to get away with it. Like there's there's just not going to happen. I couldn't live with myself. Had i done. And that would have been something that would actually haunt me. It was a horrible day horrible mistake and one that wasn't repeated shirley seems sincere. He appeared to take accountability. Doesn't excuse what he did but it seems if he learned from his mistake we looked around and as far as we can tell. There haven't been any other charges like this against him as we keep going here in dig. Deeper and oscar pistorius is story. We're going to examine his behavior leading up to the murder of reva steenkamp and how he responded afterward to. I think there are a lot of lessons to be learned here about how we treat our sports heroes. How we fall in love with their stories and how that causes us to overlook certain things about them and the real consequences of doing that in pistorious his case. We're going to piece it all together and by the end of this series. Maybe we'll have a better understanding of how he became an icon and how a tragedy like is murder could have happened. I'm tim ruin. And this is false idol. Next time he would bring a nation together. Where no matter your background your race your gender your religion when we talked about.

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"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

"Another way to think about it. Surely and frazier have one blade and one biological foot and pistorious has two blades the way they run the bio mechanics of it is fundamentally different because a blade is lighter than a foot. So what does that mean. In an actual race pistorious doesn't have full calf muscles or ankle joints which men he had trouble getting out of the starting blocks but once he was up in going he really got going in the longer races. Like the two hundred and four hundred meter when he had time to settle into his stride. He often ran better down the stretch like when he came from behind to beat frazier. And that's not all having to blades gave pistorious another potential advantage the opportunity to lengthen shorten yourself. I'm dr one i'm stuck. I can't be no taller on one side than the other histories can make himself taller. And shirley and frazier cannot there. One blade can only be as long as their biological limb and surely firmly believes the taller. You are the longer your stride the faster you run yeah i mean you just open up your stride foot. At least i mean this is a matter of an inch or two. It's matter of you know foot so you're taking you know. Say forty five steps in one hundred meter race and personal right. He has taken fifty one. I mean there's gonna be a difference there. This is why frazier and shirley were suspicious of stories. When he showed up athens when they noticed he looked taller. After this two thousand four games fraiche shirley both made comments in the media about his blade. Hi shirley framed it as an indictment against the integrity of their sport against the authenticity of their races. This we've got to our sport you know to wear. I think we have amputee saying amputees or taking advantages over each other. I mean that shouldn't happen. But in the same sense i it was a sports responsibility to hold up a standard and they felt us. At one point. The paralympics international governing body created a rule to keep bilateral amputees honest. They would calculate height for each individual bilaterally up. Ut kind of like how frazier did for pistorius back in north carolina. Any runner found to be taller than are determined height. Wouldn't be allowed to compete. But somehow stories has blades passed the test. They were sort of very lenient. And what i mean by that is that there was a huge range that they could fall under as far as the top end range and we're talking several inches. They definitely were using a calculator. He's six five guy can't compete against that when you have the perfect specimen athlete on top of it. Ananta cost of that was you know. Someone's only four your opportunity to have a chance to win a gold medal. So i don't wanna sound like i'm griping about this but it made it difficult for me at times. It's really kinda feel like. I wanted to always compete some of these races. But look these guys. Lost pistorious maybe. They were just salty right so i wanted to fact check what they were saying. I called francois vanderlei. Who's one of his stories is first prostitutes years ago. The inner told a reporter that frazier's calculations were too conservative implying. That that's why. The blades were heightened. But when i called him he told a different story he said pistorius did not heighten his blades before his first paralympics he said maybe story is just had a growth spurt. He was seventeen after all but in interviews pistorious attributed his fast times to his training and work ethic. Haven't changed my leg since two thousand and four when assaulted so any improvements. Since i started have not been from any aid or any changes made there have been from hard training and and a lot of sacrifice if this was such amazing piece of equipments in come thousands of other paralympic athletes on breaking world records. After pistorius became a star the paralympics actually saw an influx of bilateral amputee sprinters more blade runners and they did start breaking world records. Pistorius has world records. If you look at the record book for this classification the top nine fastest times in the four hundred meter dash are all held by bilateral amputees. One thing has been clear. Is that any bilateral runner. That's has been out there. All of them have certainly gone for the maximum height. There's no question about that in the end. Deepest raises blades. It's hard to say. But i do feel.

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"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

"He just took to a whole new level and he got the big fish. That told me that i'd never walk. He he got nike and the man was leagues. Contra anything else i think. At one point it is peak there. I think it was estimated. He was making like you know one to one point. Five million dollars a year for a disabled track athlete. That is just huge. He was everywhere right. It was the poster child of the paralympics. And he's this young good looking kid who's kicking it on the track. He's all over the media and magazines just. His name was on the lips of a lot of different people across the world to be an inspiration. Literally the times magazine says you one of the one hundred most influential people in the world. Not everyone was happy about. The story is dominating the spore. I was just holding on for anything. I could to lessen how badly i was getting. My butt kicked. Here's it wasn't like a meter or two meters. It was like ten eleven years. I mean that's it was huge. It was it was horrifying. I hated every moment of it. The public at large viewed pistorius as generational athlete a one of a kind star but marlins shirley he saw story in a different light. Nobody wants to be seen losing like that but not always a fair race more. After the break stay with us oscar pistorius was on the rise. He was establishing himself as the face of the paralympics but among his peers controversy was brewing. Let's go back to the two thousand and four games in athens. The stories his first paralympics ryan frazier told me a story about the first time. He saw his story as out in the warm up track. Pistorious look different than he had a few months prior when they had worked out together and then race near oklahoma city. I see this sort of blurred. Just fly by down the track. And i was like whoa was like who is that kid and as i got closer i realized it was oscar and i i noticed something different something very different and as i got up to him i realized it was just. He was clearly taller as like. You grew a couple of inches and he kind of laughed. He was like yeah. It was like you know. He said i didn't feel like my height was the appropriate height so we had some more blades. Senate i had a re cut in. Increased height frazier found that odd prostitutes have formulas for measuring. How tall runners blades should be based on the dimensions of the rest of their body. In frazier himself had calculated Would be height when he fitted him for those running blades. Ultimately what i came up with was that he would be between six foot and maybe up to six foot one and i want to say that. When he showed up in athens he had to be sitting at at least about six. Three marlin is a good one inch taller. The about six one and oscar was probably at least about an inch and a half two inches taller. The marlin surely noticed to meet you tall. I'm sorry i had. Because i have a photo of him and i his arms around me by the way i don't like six one six two and he's like residence his arms on my shoulders like a man child. In their eyes stories had shown up to his first paralympics super sized having gained maybe one or two inches in height then he ran down frazier in that thrilling. Two hundred meter qualifying heat remember. Pistorious got a slow start out of the blocks and still came back and won the race and then in the two hundred meter final. He was even better. That got frazier thinking when he beat me. And oklahoma city are times. were pretty much dead. Even from the time we laughed oklahoma city. There was only about six weeks between that point and athens. And so what dawned on me after the race was the fact that i was like well. It would have been really hard to have made those sorts of gains. Just were six weeks of training. And maybe the height adjustment could've played into that frazier's math is a bit off their. They're actually about fourteen weeks between oklahoma city in two hundred meter. Final and athens but still pistorious didn't have that much time to make that much of an improvement between those races. He shaved about three quarters of a second off his time. That's unheard of the story. Says career had just begun and already people at questions about his blades and whether they gave him an unfair advantage. These questions would hound pistorious throughout his career. Frazier and shirley were particularly sensitive to the subject to maybe because they technically weren't supposed to be running against pistorious in the first place see. The paralympics typically divide runners into separate classes based on the type of amputations they have but not with pistorious. Pistorius is a bilateral amputee. He's missing both of his lower limbs and that made him kind of rare. there weren't enough bilaterally. mtv's to feel their own race. And so the paralympics lumped pistorious and the other bilaterally amputees into a class with shirley and frazier who had a different type of amputation. Their unilateral amputees. They're only missing one of their lower limbs named mixed my class to where it was now. Two completely different dynamics of amputations were totally different. Separate athletes like not even close.

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"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

08:31 min | 1 year ago

"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

"After the two thousand paralympics it fellows if marlins shirley and brian frasure would dominate the sport for years the com- like shirley. Brian grow up dreaming of being paralympian. Brian actually grew up having both his biological fee. He ran track in high school and he played intramural sports in college and north carolina state in the early nineties. It was also during college. The brian picked up an odd hobby. There are train tracks that run right through the nc state campus in a few guys brainstorm decided they wanted to see who could hop the most trains at one semester even had a leaderboard in the hallway and at that point unfortunately my competitive side kick. Dan and i thought to myself. Oh i'm clearly the fastest guy in the sweet. I could crush these guys that this one night is sophomore year. Brian was in his dorm doing homework when he heard a train off in the distance ran out to the tracks. But this time everybody was just kinda standing back looking at the train. Like deer in headlights and they're like no way. I'm going after this. It's too fast but not me. I think i can catch this. I take off. Normally they run alongside the train hop on one of the latter's stay on for a little bit and then jump off but right when i went for the latter i slept and lost my footing and the train immediately jerk me off my feet i like go ahead and roll but i rolled back into the train and it came directly across the ankle on my left foot doctors amputated. Brian's left-foot lying in the hospital. He wondered if he'd ever walk again. And fortunately for me my prostate is was also an amputee himself and he was actually the one pushing me to set my sights on becoming a paralympic sprinter. Not only did he become a paralympian. He went to school to be a prostitutes to. I really felt compelled to be able to work with other patients to really sorta pass along that torch just like my first process. Did frazier would go on to get a job. With one of the leading providers of prosthetic legs. He was the unique paralympian. Who understood the technology that he and shirley and the rest of the sprinters were running on then in two thousand. Four frazier received a request from one of his colleagues instead. Yeah hey brian. There's this kid. And south africa's names oscar story as he's been following your career. He's really interested in getting involved in competing in the paralympics. But he's been running on these homemade legs san. let's try to get some running feet made for oscar. At the time oscar pistorius was an unknown. He was shimin ten year old kid from south africa. A bilateral amputee missing both of his lower limbs who picked up spurning earlier that year as a way to recover from a rugby injury then he started entering races and putting up some fast times. It was actually kind of common for top paralympic springer's to essentially come out of nowhere. Look at what happened with marlin shirley and so frazier invited the stories to visit him in raleigh north carolina. I remember walking up to their hotel. Room knocked on the door and oscar. Just kinda comes rushing up with this huge smile on his face a mouthful of braces and he just walked right up to me. Brian and i reached out my hand to shake his hand and he just came in for a big bear hug. And i felt like we sort of bonded just right out of the gate by then paralympian running on prosthetic legs. That look like blades frazier. Philip is stories with the latest technology the cheetah flex foot carbon-fiber running legs made by oeser. These are the blazes. Paralympian 's ran on the ones that pistorious would eventually make famous the ones that look like an upside down question. Mark as stories tried out his new legs. Frazier marvel that athleticism the ease of his stride. And i remember the first time. We got his alignment to the point where he could just really open up and sprint for the first time and i just remember thinking to myself. Oh shit what have i created. There's my competition for this year and the paralympics. Even so frazier took mysterious under his wing. They worked out together. Had dinners together and frazier top stories. All he could about being a pair olympia now. Histories need to see how his legs held up against real competition. He and frazier at both registered. Competed attract me hell near oklahoma city in the two hundred meter. Race frazier jumped out to an early lead. I remember in that race. I came off. Turn and you can always tell if an athlete's of close to unite then and with the prosthetic slot can here it to just kind of that. Thud the prosthetic on the track and at about the one eighty mark started to kind of relax a little bit and i was just gonna cruise on end and all of a sudden. All i hear was don't don't don't don't don't don't an oscar just goes right by the at the finish line. We got the dinner that night and he was like. Do you think actually have a chance to metal and the paralympics. And i was like well considering you just beat the fastest amputee in the world of the two hundred i would say your chances are pretty good. The two thousand four athens paralympics. Were only a few months away and to win. Gold destroys would have to go through. Both brian frazier and marlon shirley. When pistorius arrived in athens shirley didn't know much about him. Stories had only taking up competitive running eight months prior. I had heard about him. But i never pay attention to it. I was his own world. Damone thank. I really didn't even have on my radar then surely watched pistorious race frazier in a two hundred meter. Qualifying heat gun goes off and he's still in the blocks any looks like to the right and the left. Quick at the guy who's only gun guys like do go out and turn my head to the right and oscar is still down on all fours and he looked at me like what the hell just happened so felt like i had this locked up and showed about one eighty. I started to ease off. And then one more time. I hear that. Don't don't don't don't don't don't and oscar goes blowing by me again. And i have the up close and personal experience of watching this man. Take off. And noli catch brian. Pass brian and zoom down. The back end of the track. He's store the best we had world was nothing then. Pistorious beat shirley and frazier both in the two hundred meter final in one gold. The veterans have been put on notice. Pistorius had arrived. Pistorious is rapid success as attracted an enormous amount of media attention particularly in his homeland but historians as much a role model as the country's rugby or football players. Four years later at the two thousand eight paralympics pistorious swept gold in the one hundred two hundred and four hundred meter races. He had taken the crown from shirley he was now. The undisputed fastest amputee in the world and the international media was starting to take notice. Here's clare balding again. Timing is everything and as a movement is gaining traction and attention into its midst comes of young good looking talented athletes. He's eloquent and he's charming and he was winning everything over all distances in everybody's going okay. Who's this guy. Stories was running so fast. He had begun competing in races against able bodied athletes. His hope was that some day he could qualify for the olympic games. No amputee sprinter had ever done that before. He was positioned shelf as more than a paralympian. He was a trailblazer. Not only was he a paralympian that could translate to general sports fans. He just wanted to see a big event but also he could pop up on the front page of a magazine dressed like mortal and look like a film star. Oscar was able to take what pioneers of the sport like marlin and i had done and as far as scratching and clawing getting some sponsorship and.

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"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

"And this coach had a specific vision for surely he's looking in the high jump is kind of like. That's nice thing by see you. The vast personal role against sprang team like sprinting. And damn i got sprint. Surely had no clue then. The coach brought into a track meet for paralympic athletes for people with disabilities. I had never seen really another amputee or anything like that. And i will. I just couldn't believe i. These is were the slight insane. Amazing just don't like you would expect an athlete to be built their intimidating as hell. This coach introduced him to this whole new world for people just like him. These people look like professional athletes. All muscle tone the only difference they were running prosthetics to compensate for their missing limbs and they performed like professional athletes to their times rolling a few seconds behind their olympic counterparts shirley at found his passion is life purpose over the next few years shirley began training with top pair olympic sprinters and coaches setting sights on the two thousand paralympics in sydney. Along the way he met another american sprinter whose only a few years older than him. Brian frasure frazier was supposed to be the next big thing and the beginning. We weren't really that good friends and we just looked at each other as competitors. And i remember marlins showing up to a race in california and marlon wasn't actually competed there. He was just there sort of scoping out the scene and it was just staring at me. Like i'm coming after you. And and i just remember looking everything going. Who is this kid glaring at me. After that frazier and shirley would often see each other on track circuit. They were usually two of the best runners in a race. They pushed each other and in time. They became friends when they arrived in sydney. For the two thousand paralympics. They chose the room together. The decision seemed odd. They were technically supposed to be rivals going into the hundred meter final. They were two of the top contenders you know. I was the favourite at the time and he was certainly getting faster and faster and knew he was going to be my primary competition going into that race but that recent particular it was like someone shot him out of a cannon and i knew the race was over in the first three steps to the united states trimming streaming down the line for show biddle soon but did i win the gold medal. I broke the world record. I absolutely smash record of broken by three tenths of a second surely took a victory lap around the track basking in the cheers then later that night. He went back out into the stadium. I've got the whole olympic stadium empty. So i walk out to the grass area in the middle and I'm just looking up at the torch and his thing like he's to believe this surely left. Sydney having won the gold medal in the hundred meter dash and the silver medal in the hijo. At twenty two years old he become the fastest. Amputee in the world shirley's life changed overnight when he got back to utah. They threw a parade gave him a key to the city and declared it. Marlins shirley day president bill clinton invited him to the white house along with the rest of the us olympic team. I ask all the team here. So that i could forgive them for completely destroying my sleep habits for several weeks. I've got the president of the united states right side. I've got the first lady at my left side. And i'm putting the jacket on bill clinton and giving his speech at the white house. Mr president on behalf of the entire two thousand euros paralympic team. We are to have you as a teammate. Thank you mr president. Hillary and chelsea surely gave interviews and made appearances something keeps happening over and over. Maybe an engagement. Or i'd be on a live interview and he asked about how the special olympics were. It was oh good for you. Compete in special olympics. Of course the paralympics and special olympics are two very different events. The special olympics were founded in the nineteen sixties by eunice kennedy shriver jfk. Sister she created the event for people with intellectual disabilities and it's been an incredibly important event for millions of people. The idea for the paralympics starting late nineteen forties when hospital in. Great britain began organizing athletic events for injured war veterans. The general idea was to create event for people with physical disabilities in time. It expanded to include countries around the world. It became essentially another version of the olympics. Two contestants wheelchairs the from being sportsman by the late eighties organizers were staging the event in the same city as the olympics only a few weeks after the also gave it an official name. The paralympics the name paralympic. A lot of people. Think something's paraplegic. It's not permanent pickens parallel to the olympics. That's clear balding. She's covered six for the bbc and channel four tv networks in uk and. She's one of the foremost experts on the spore. She covered her first paralympics in two when marlon shirley made his big arrival back then. The games were nearly impossible to find on. Tv and she noticed. Journalists didn't take it too seriously. They treated paralympic athletes. Maybe sometimes still do as an oddity as a sideshow as a something that that must be owner. Let's find out how they lost their legs rather than. Let's find out what trainings been going. Like and who they see as their biggest rivals you know and i could see in press conferences. Sometimes athletes is start lower lincoln seriously. One country that was particularly lacking in its paralympics. Coverage was the united states at one point. Balding asked around about why that might be what came back was. Oh it's because we cover the special olympics. And i said but that's that's not the same then in the early two. Thousands here came. Marlins shirley and brian frazier to americans who brought a bit of star power to the paralympics. I would gave brian fraser in modern shelly. Lots of credit for making a bit more rock and roll. You know they made it interesting and fun. You'd watch them and think yeah. This seems quite cool. Actually i want to be a part of it. I wanted to be the world's fast santee in to matter. The world's fastest amputee. I was just gonna make sure that when people thought of disabled sports athletes built to penetrative hungry and be able to relate with people from all types across the country across the world surely recognized that the sport needed stars like him to help it grow the helps cement its status in the landscape. He won to espy awards. Sports illustrated wrote a lengthy profile of him and he landed a number of high profile. Endorsements visa home depot even mcdonalds. He'd come a long way from being that little boy wandering. The streets of las vegas asking for a happy meal thought that right on the base very happy meal and cup you know in america i was just sent a position where i just had a bigger vision of everything and i just wanted to make it larger than life by giddy endorsing cited. You know large companies. I felt it was a way to legitimize the sport but surely never broke through like he thought he would his time. At the top was ultimately cut short because justice his career took off a new challenger arrived someone who take the baton from him. Whether he's ready.

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"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

08:29 min | 1 year ago

"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

"Oscar pistorius the double amputee sprinter from south africa. Known simply as the blade runner was once considered the greatest paralympian of all time. He racked up. Gold medals broke world records and was celebrated as a hero in his home country of south africa. In two thousand twelve pistorious made history as the first amputee sprinter to compete at the olympic games. But then six months later he shot and killed his girlfriend. Revisted camp the shocking crime captivated people around the world but the ensuing media circus ultimately lost sight of the real victims and serious issues at stake in false idol. A new podcast from religion of sports. Npr rex journalists. Tim rohan reexamines. The story of oscar stories but tells it through different lens through the eyes of the people that pistorius impacted the lives. He devastated and the wake he left behind joined him as he traces pistorius rise and fall remembers the life of reva steenkamp and try to understand how a tragedy like her. Death could have happened searched for false idol. Wherever you listen to podcasts higher. Everyone i'm tim. Ruin host a false idol before we get started. I wanna let you know. This episode contains scenes and descriptions of domestic violence. This won't be the only episode where that's the case so throughout the series. We'll give you a heads up here. At the top of the show at the two thousand eight paralympics. The one hundred meter final was about to start and all eyes were on two runners to of the fastest amputees world. Well has added a long time for this event and in particular for one man. I'll scopus story. The whole stadium was buzzing about the stories. The young upstart from south africa. Who is known simply as the blade. Runner doesn't mind. Sentenced died but there are seven others in this rise. Once i saw that stadium i'll man was full of people that admiration the idolizing. I mean he was absolutely huge and they were one hundred percent there to see him win. That's marlins shirley an american sprinter. He was in the lane next to stories. He won the previous two gold medals in this event in his mind. This was his race to lose. I was gonna win doubt in my mind. I was not worry concerned. I was not going to win one hundred meter race but perhaps shirley should have been worried in the months leading up to this race. He dealt with staph infection in his knee and multiple surgeries. I did a few little run up the tracks. Kind of get that energy from the crowd. Going and i could just feel that little little tiny zinger in the back of my aquiles surely took his place in the starting blocks. He told himself. It's only ten seconds. I'll be fine and dislike that we're gone and my muscle memory just took over and is quick as race started. It ended marley here. Kuzma story has. The story is barely singleton at the line. What happened to shirley. He hit hard surely had ruptured his achilles midway through the race. I was actually really embarrassed. I just wanted to get out of there. You know is the loneliest place in the world. Even though i was the you know multi champion. The returning medalists. Don't matter i was a stay guy that was laying in the track. You know trying to hold back some tears and grabbing my ankle brian. frasure shirley's best friend. I've been running the knicks lane over and thank god. Brian was there just for seniors. Run across that line and comeback for me. If i had and had him there for me at that moment i don't know what i would have done. He picked me up and always be indebted to him. He made that moment tolerable eventually. Pistorious came over and padded shirley on the shoulder as pistorious left he turned and watched a shirley tried getting up and then crumbled to the ground again wincing in pain. We aware of what happened to him. Out of the corner. Ma dropped Obviously probably focusing on your end writes There's very very personal photo of exactly what it is like in a moment of officers little world. I'm down on the ground by qisas. Ruptured gate ruptured. Like you seem to stand in there to smile and hold hands like try is a perfect shot of me on the tracks in complete agony and pain you know and as you said they're just smiling. He's like no concern none. They'll small moments. Are you really see so much character. Those ramona's he's failed on. That race was the moment that pistorious blue by shirley and left him in the dust for good from their teresa. Go on to become arguably the greatest paralympian of all time. He'd win six paralympic gold medals rewrite the record books and become the first amputee sprinter to compete at the olympic games. He'd redefine what we thought about disability about human potential and inspire millions of people around the world then in a single night. everything changed. News is coming in the south. African police have charged oscar pistorius with murdered. The olympic athlete was arrested after his girlfriend was shot dead at his home in the early hours. Valentine's day twenty thirteen story is shot and killed his girlfriend. Rivas steenkamp. i'm tim ruin. And i'm a senior writer with religion of sports before coming to zero. I worked as a writer with the new york. Times and sports illustrated i followed from afar as destroys his murder. Trial made headlines around the world afterward. Several journalists wrote books and made documentaries trying to capture the stories his fall from grace. I read the books and watch the movies. And it felt like part of the story wasn't being told it often seemed as if people talk the story from pistorius point of view and they minimize the life of steenkamp oscar pistorius and reva steenkamp or one of the world's hot couples but now the paralympics superstar runner is accused of murdering his bombshell covergirl on valentine's day. But this is about so much more than oscar. pistorius it's about jenner as violence. This was someone store check but she was important enough. Despite the fact that she was brutally murdered. Hero worship people like oscar. Had god lack significant. We have very anxious not tarnish those images and a country. Having a long overdue reckoning with race we were so busy focusing on building utopia that we didn't go back and dismantle the horror of the system that we had inherited. I wanted to tell that story and to do that. We needed to look at it. From a different point of view. From the perspective of the people stories overshadow the livesey devastated in the wake. He left behind from religion of sports and he rx. This is false idol. We start our series with pistorius athletic career and his rise and no one had a better view of that then marlins shirley his main rival on the track before pistorius people had fallen in love with shirley and his story in the early eighties. When marlin was a young boy he lived with his mother and cheap motel not far from the vegas strip. She was a single mom and sex worker. I was born to a mother that was directed to drugs and she did what she could but she wasn't able to kick her habits. She often left young marlin to roam the city alone. One day. I was walking down the street and had car pulled next to me and it was the state who then took me away from my mother at that point and asked me if i was hungry looked. Of course i'm hungry. I gotta go to mcdonalds. I.

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"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Gladiator: Aaron Hernandez and Football Inc.

"Pioneering groundbreaking new treatment. That could save thousands of lives together. He and benita traveled. The world took lavish vacations romantic getaways. And it wasn't long before he proposed to her and excitedly promised the clintons obama's and john legend would be at their wedding. What benita didn't know then was that her new fiance would take her to the center of an international medical scandal. That would shock the world. Dr paulo makia. Rini had lied about everything and six people would die before she would uncover. He wasn't the miracle man he made himself out to be. You're about to hear a preview of dr death season. three miracle miracle-man. But while you're listening make sure to follow. Dr death season three on apple podcasts. Or wherever you're listening or you can listen to new episodes early and ad free by subscribing to wonder plus in apple podcasts or the wondering app it was the second night of benita alexander's romantic getaway in moscow and so far everything had been perfect. You know the typical beautiful hotel. The the tour guide the everything over the top. The beautiful dinners. He often on these trips. Would give me more. Jewelry was always giving me beautiful. Jewelry did spent the day sightseeing and shopping and had just settled down for dinner at the cafe. Pushkin restaurant the man who had swept her off her feet seven months earlier with sitting across the table. This man knows exactly how attractive and good looking. He is and he knows he looks like george clooney. That only been seeing each other for a short time but benita knew she was already in love. He was handsome caring and successful. In fact he was here on a business trip. A new clinical trial. He invited benita along but she almost didn't make it for months after the surgery. I'm back and forth to the doctor constantly and they get rid of this infection. He'd invited benito long but she almost didn't make it just a few weeks earlier should had surgery and gotten an infection but after some antibiotics things seem to be getting better besides she really wanted to see moscow and then the infection cleared off enough that my doctor said you're fine. You're okay to travel but now at dinner it was clear something was very wrong and i started having horrible pain now. My piercing pain at first. She tried to tough it out hoping to make it through the desert but this was just too much. I remember squeezing policy hander. At a table and i just look at him and i say my love. Something's wrong. a look of concern flashed across paulos face. Everything's gonna be okay. He said he got up from the table. Threw down some cash and grabbed her coat and i could barely walk barely again in the taxi. They made it back to their hotel room and he said lie down on the bed. Benita quickly pulled off her clothes as best she could so he could see the wound. He looked at the decision and he looked at me and he said do you trust me and i just looked at him and i said get me another glass of wine. How gave a soft smile and then walked to the mini fridge. He pulled out a bottle of wine then build a glass to the brim and handed it to her shy promptly. Slogged and i lay down and he said where you're scissors. I have these travel scissors that I was using to cut the gauze that i was covering the incision with i said there in the bathroom and he goes in the bathroom and he gets my travel scissors and he is peroxide or something whatever he has to quote unquote sterilize them. He came back over to her. Look during the is and he said. Do you trust me. And i just nodded my head and he took those scissors and he plunged them into my incision. The pain was unlike anything should felt. Benita has a high pain threshold but for a second. She thought she was going to black out. One hand was gripping the bed and the other was holding onto paolo shoulder. How low told her that he had released the pus from her infection and it would help her heal. She believed him because she trusted him. She wasn't the only one fellow surgeons trusted. Paolo patience trusted paulo. But this dashing globetrotting miracle working doctor would betray them. All i believe in miracles. Believe in magic i believe in love and it just seemed like this is going to be good of course why not and we saw more and more live in these matters. Whoever said lavas blind kitten follow dr death season. Three miracle-man.

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Top 10 players signed by Patriots

Strong Opinion Sports

05:48 min | 1 year ago

Top 10 players signed by Patriots

"Talk about the Patriots. The the Patriots grabbed everybody's attention by making move after move after move after move. Like we're watching it over agency going off. How many people are going to bring in its kind of unbelievable how many starters they've added? And so I count they added ten players that I think are very very significant to their team next year. In fact, I would say pretty clearly the Patriots are back and a lot of people saw this coming, you know, but they are going to be a force in the NFL next year here is my list my nerdy list of the ten players the top players. They added that are very significant to their roster next year. The first two are massive. It will reshape the entire Patriots offense. They added two tight ends Johnny Smith and Ed Hunter Henry. To Johnny Smith signed from Tennessee. He signed a four year deal worth up to fifty million dollars. That's Thirty one point two five million dollars guaranteed and he's only twenty-four years old. So that's Monday. That's a really gigantic Marquis franchise player. He cited the reason why it came to New England is cuz he loves Bill Belichick. He's got great respect for him. And I want to point out of all the everybody I'm about to talk about these shows to be in New England Bill Belichick got his kind of guys who sought out New England wanted to be there and wanted to work hard and win a Superbowl. I think it matters. It's very very exciting. These are not with Josh Gordon's or what's the other example Phillip Dorsett who they made a move for and they're not really like that. You think they fit they don't work out know. These are guys who all chose to be in New England who wanted to win a Superbowl. I really want to win a Superbowl. These guys went out of their way to be New England now the other tight and they brought in With twenty-six-year-old tight end Hunter Henry from the LA Chargers got a three-year deal twenty-five million dollars guaranteed. It's worth up to thirty seven point five million dollars total if he meets all those incentives. They also added two wide receivers the Patriots brought in Nelson agholor to a you got a two year twenty six million dollar contract East twelve years old. Now a lot of people do not like this move and I I get it Nelson agholor is not the most flashy player in the NFL but I think if it's very well with Cam Newton, he's good at he's not going up and getting the ball. He's got good hands did some stuff of the Raiders that I think deserves your attention go watch what he did with the Raiders and I just I'm like, huh a lot of good plays. Okay. I understand. I see the potential Bill Belichick and the Patriots would see and Nelson agholor go will give the guy a good contract, especially considering the Patriots have like our desolate at wide receiver. They need help. They got home. Who is awesome but he can't do everything by himself from the slot. They have n'keal Harry who n'keal Harry. I I think he's going to pop. I think he's going to progress and keep getting better. But she's not a number one right now. So on top of the page where it's also added Kendrick Bourne guy from my local area actually went to Eastern Washington University 25 years old. He's coming from the San Francisco 49ers. He got a three year deal worth twenty two point five million dollars. Now another thing the Patriots did they also added they signed Center Ted carriages and they traded for tackle Trent Brown. So this is the new Patriots offense right now. They've receivers Nelson agholor, Julian Edelman Kendrick born and kill hair is its own nuclear Aguilera. I'm doing my best. It's a hard game to say. They also have Sony Michelle running backs for any receivers Sony Michelle at running back and improved offensive line. Cam Newton at quarterback who I get why people doubt Cam? He's a former NFL MVP and with when you put cams Talent with a lot of weapons including two outstanding tight ends Hunter Henry Smith, right man. I'll tell you what I look at the Patriots offense and think two things immediately number one. Everything is going to run through their brand new Titans. Their entire offense now is probably going to drive down the seams of the field right up the middle. They're going to use our tents heavily lot of play-action again. I am scheme wise things will look a lot like the page words did back in the day when they had drunk and Aaron Hernandez together to start tight ends. Now number two. I feel very very confident with Cam Newton as the Patriots quarterback and it surprised me but I want to remind you that two years ago. Tom Brady was the page word starting quarterback and did basically nothing and the reason was there were no weapons there. He kept running into the same brick wall. His receivers weren't good enough. So, how can I think you and I would both agree. I like Cam Newton Tom Brady's a better quarterback than Cam Newton. So my point is if Tom Brady couldn't make it work with New England's roster. How was Cam Newton supposed to succeed? He was set up to fail will now Cam Newton's being given weapons is being set up to do. Well, I'm excited man. He's a former NFL MVP, he's hungry. I I personally believe Cam Newton's going to have an awesome year and it really is going to make extended one-year deal with like it was like three and a half million dollars with a bunch of incentives. I honestly think we're gonna look back at his contract at the end of next year and go. Can you believe the deal they got on Camden he played so well for no money. I really think he's he's a guy who can didn't play well enough wage. Last year to earn a new gigantic contract. So he's going to have to show what he can do this year and maybe earn more money next year but I think cam is poised to do very very well and make a lot of money and win a lot of games in New England

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Epic Games is expanding its NFL partnership to include Rocket League in addition to Fortnite

Esports Minute

01:34 min | 2 years ago

Epic Games is expanding its NFL partnership to include Rocket League in addition to Fortnite

"On fortnite was on top of the world in 2018. The NFL was one of the main Partnerships that stood out from that time. It seemed like everyone in the game was wearing an NFL jersey for a few weeks whether or not they actually particularly cared for the league itself. Now that partnership is coming back and expanding to Rocket league as well rocket League's exact activation has yet to be announced but previous collaborations with Entertainment Properties. Give us a pretty good idea of what it might look like. I'd assume a limited-time mode some new car designs and some Stoppers to go along with specialized challenges and fortnite we've seen in the past but it seems to be stepped up a little bit this year. All 32 teams will get a Gridiron Gang Outfit into Styles. I imagine a male and a female style players will still be able to customize their jersey number as well. Now that last bit is a little bit of a surprise to me last time jersey numbers were able to be changed players immediately started recreating controversial NFL players like convicted murderer, Aaron Hernandez and Moss a QB arrested for his role in a dog fighting ring. My friend Andrew Hayward wrote up a great write-up about how the activation was taken by fans in a direction the NFL likely wanted to avoid I'll link that article below. It's a good write-up about some of the potential dangers of in-game activations, but still the benefits clearly outweigh any perceived negatives on this one even with fortnite player based down from its eyes and 2018 Dodge still commands a large audience. And so does the now free to play rocket league for traditional sports leagues often competing with video games when it comes to younger audiences extra promotion and these games could go a pretty long way and making sure I don't forget the NFL every Sunday. That's

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In House vs. Consultancy

The Design Intent

05:19 min | 2 years ago

In House vs. Consultancy

"Well all right alex. Hey great talking to you again really appreciate your time. we're back for some more design intent. Myself tony orlando. Daniel phipps aaron hernandez and of course the creator founder. Alex you'll have to pronounce your last name for us. Alex this niece okay. Well let's go. The ad is okay so similar site so happy to talk to you guys Maybe we can you introduce yourself of where you guys worked So the the reason why we gather today is because. I won't do this interview because i often have. This kris jenner of You should be working in their constituency our in house because Differences that can happen at the end of doing years of working. In hostile working inconsistency you will have a very different skaters. So that's why. I think it's it's good to have both side here on in this interview. we antonio who Will introducing serve but is basically designed neither at delta and we have a daniel simpson everyone who are like with fund design. Now at so we really to weld one with the in house we've constituency so that's Good interview to learn on the. What are the pros and cons of each side. Yeah i think that's good. That's a good topic. I know i have people asking me that all the time. I'll let you go first daniel since you're okay you've kind of been around in both worlds. Sure i have the i. I don't know fifteen years of my career. Kinda bounced back and forth a little So right now. I'm with access design actually started the company in two thousand and five so i guess Two thousand and twenty. That would be fifteen years prior to that. I worked for a couple of different Companies delving one of them. I worked for ibm and then another one and in between there i worked at a short stint at it consulting company up in the chicago area as well so for the first part of my career bounced back and forth a little bit and then i kinda finally may finally made the decision of okay thank the consulting thing is is a good place for me to rest for a while and so. That's what i've been doing since. Two thousand and five fifteen years running running your own small business correct consulting for various companies all over the country to some more for international companies as well So yeah and for the record. I've actually hired dan quite a bit to do work for me. Working adele so I'll i'll give a quick introduction of myself. I'll give a bit of a history later. I'll let aaron kinda talk about his his role. But i'm antonio designed enter for latitude no dell and i've been with dell thirteen years now but i've been in the industry for quite a long time erin so my name is aaron and i work here with daniel. I had access. I've been here for a little bit over two years two and a half years and a half years and this is all the experience or real real world. experience have had And i know it's a. It's a huge question whenever you're graduating or you're about to graduate or you're in school it's like what wh- what what she do. She go the consultant route or the more corporate route so i hope People get to learn how many years of experience you have in the field. Two and a half advocate. So that's that's you can give us the formula have i did. I have twenty years of experience. In most of it is inconsistency so we we have like like a goo- good of people different spectrum invasions on the same on this. I if one thing i would say that anybody getting out and design new in the design world or even established the design where i think the most single most important thing he can do is make sure that the the mentor that you work for or with is the right mentor for you. I i think that's you know my career was was the last with with really fantastic. Mentors when i would start at. Ibm right out of graduate school. And if it wasn't for those guys in al i'll name them John swansea was probably the first designer that i worked for for a long time who retired from ibm lenovo a few years ago. He worked there for over twenty five years. I

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"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird

Happy Hour Gets Weird

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird

"There's there's changing a lot of rules at the NFL to help. Keep the player safe. Well it's hard to be an athlete and protect your body at the same time I it is I also feel like piss off off the NFL here. If they have any here their common for they listen but I do feel. RV listeners. At at the end of the day the bottom line is money for them and they do. I do think that they turn a blind eye to see T- Which is unfortunate for these athletes and their families because a lot of athletes there have been several athletes. And I saw this on a real to reel or thirty to thirty with On showtime I think. HBO A lot of athletes. That have he. He actually leads to Parkinson's that's awful and there's quite a few football players that have that have ended up with Parkinson's and it shortens life take time definitely so I mean is it worth. Their brain is a complicated thing. It might view it might be worth it to some people but at least now people have that information to make the decision. Yeah people used to not have the information to make the decision right but now hopefully it's out there and if you choose to risk your health yeah for the sport. Then that's your choice choice right. Well just don't take people down with you definitely. Obviously I'm just saying at least now. Ask Me No. Athletes used to have no idea what was going what could possibly happen right so they would just be going into it thinking. I'm going to have a great career period via make lots of money. Yeah Anyway so that is very complicated and sad tale of Aaron Hernandez and and the murders that he committed and the people in his live. And I I thought it was fascinating. I find it very fascinating case. I preferred the book book over the documentary. I Two I thought that document cast consensus played a little bit more into sexually which I was disappointed with but I think the real thing should be C.. T. An Aaron Hernandez's psychology behind him. And the reason he did the things he did maybe actually was a tiny little part of that. But AH I don't think his sexually had anything to do with him. Killing people me neither so I agree all right then. If you have an opinion on the Aaron Hernandez this case reach out to us tell us your opinion. Find US on instagram. Leave a comment like a picture. Yeah we're a post is going to go up about this leave. Leave your opinion in the in the comments below. We'll have our our lovely drink recipes as always and on that note. Thank you so much for listening of yourselves out there. Yes please take care of yourself for sure by hydrating meditating in masturbating cheers to thatch is to that mm-hmm..

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"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird

Happy Hour Gets Weird

11:24 min | 2 years ago

"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird

"Insinuated that he had something to do with that it does seem like his Mo.. Oh Yeah. I I mean so he'd been ramping up for a while with no repercussions. Oh Yeah I mean it's just I think it's an incredibly sad. It's an IT incredibly complicated situation. And think about the fact that he was playing football he was a professional football player and he murdered. He had shot people. He'd already killed two people so when he was playing football by the time he he started even started in the NFL. It's insane. He really was. He really did lead to live. He did he hired two personalities. Yeah he had the guy that everybody thought that he was and then he had the darker side but even I kind of feel like that even with his darker I I feel like that wasn't the real him either. I feel like he was just putting up a front to look tough for absolutely no reason and NC. Here's the thing and maybe this is why his consensuality is such a hot topic for people Is he could have been putting on this persona of tough guy. Tough gangster guy because to throw people off about your sexuality to be seem hyper masculine to hide his Sexuality Polity I. I don't know the only person that will know is Aaron Hernandez. He's the only one who who would who knows that. and He's dead so no one will ever know. It's just a crazy. I think that the reason why people are so drawn to it to like you said it's people love a fall from grace but it's also unimaginable unimaginable to throw away the life that you had. That's what people are so listen. Murder did nothing to be not not saying that the victims ever victims fault but this man did nothing to be murdered. No he did absolutely nothing you know and he was. Here's the whole blood shot in cold blood totally point blank. Range like trash and industrial park for no reason the the real tragedy here is an errand. Odin it's Oh it's never Erin. Yeah he he was dealing with some heavy situations and some heavy internal issues but for me. The real victim in this situation are the victims of Aaron Hernandez and the families of the victims. And all the lights I mean even Erin's own family It is the they're all victims in this. I mean Aaron Hernandez for whatever reasons we will never know was an absolute tornado of destruction and ammunition. It's always sad when somebody would talent throws their life away but I think that's what people were obsessed with. You literally had everything that you've worked your whole life for but there was a couple a couple of things like his friend and the DOC said you know everybody thought he had it all but none of it was the life that he really wanted so maybe to him. He really didn't have anything because he wasn't living truth. Well Yeah but I say that there's a lot of people all over the world not living their truce and they're going. I'm not the saying that I'm not saying that you're saying that but but just to say you know. There's a lot of people that are ashamed of their sexuality still which is so tragic and there's a lot of people that are living there truths and to me. That's not an excuse like he made the decisions whether it was C. T. But I feel like C. T. e. doesn't control you. You don't turn into a mindless robot you just have impulse impulse control. There were still little decisions leading up to those bigger decisions you know and I think that his ego and his anger issues I think he was trying to be like an ramped up version of his dad who was hyper masculine. Prone to violence But everybody loved him. I think that Aaron thought that he could be that times ten. Yeah Yeah and I also thought that He. He thought he was invincible. Because he had gotten away with so many things for so long he had organizations that protected him him and Kinda made things go away for him and he'd rather think about it because they just get high and get drunk and kind of forget about all of it absolutely and he. I think He absolutely took it too far the last time and and someone lost their life unfortunately I don't even you you know. And what really irritated me of getting into the NETFLIX series. What really irritated me? Is they played a lot of Jell. House conversations Jailhouse phone phone calls and he had no remorse. No I don't think he had any room and it really really any set any tiny little itty bit of sympathy that I had for Aaron going through struggles. He was going through. went out the window when I heard those phone calls or the video oh of him hanging with the dudes in his baby. After right. That was disgusting. It was a a and it just chilling baby in these. They're all what the baby maybe hanging out with errands baby daughter. Yeah and I just feel like any sympathy up into that point up to that point because essentially essentially Aaron was outed two days before he committed suicide. And you know that's fucked. Stop no matter who. You are no matter what you've done. I think your sexuality is one hundred percent. Personal is one hundred percent your business and whether you WanNa talk about it or not talk about it should be up to you. One hundred percent agree. I feel like outing. Somebody like that in such a public public arena and in TAT insult to injury such a crude way auditory. Oh my goodness it was beyond that was. That was an unfortunate situation and I really hope that that wasn't the leading deciding factor for Erin suicide. I don't I don't know suicide two days later. I don't don't know what was in his mind I think he may be thought that he was helping out his family because then they would get the money from the NFL. I don't think he thought that far ahead because if he committed suicide than the charges against him will be dropped because because he was appealing his case. I think that he thought that since his case was an appeal if he died before it went through then the charges would be dropped. And I think keep dot. Maybe financially he'd be helping family that was also brought up in the documentary. Yeah Sits at the time of Aaron Suicide had an archaic law or Bill. That was if you were not Able to make your appeal trial than you were The charges were dropped charges. Yeah you wouldn't be charged with whatever. You're appealing no actually a silver lining to this story is Odin Lloyd's mother lobbied again after after Aaron Hernandez committed suicide and they basically said that he was found not guilty because he died during his appeal of that trial our appeal of that conviction. She lobbied to the State of Massachusetts legislator That it was an archaic law and that she wasn't getting justice for her son and they overturned that law and he his guilty conviction was upheld. Which I have to say that Odin Lloyd's mother there was such a pillar of grace and strength? Yes and she was an incredible incredible woman truly truly And that was the silver lining in this case is to see a strong woman fight for her son and make changes to fight for changes that hopefully will prevent event. Something like that from happening again. Absolutely so you know I I feel like him. Being outed in such a public arena was absolutely absolutely fucked up but then to hear his jailhouse conversations basically having no remorse basically claiming that he didn't do it it he told EJ he didn't do it which. I don't believe I believe wasn't there or maybe he didn't actually shoot the gun because there were two other people there But I think he was involved. I think he ordered if he didn't do it exactly so he is the reason that Odin Lloyd is dead. Yes he did it himself or he ordered somebody buddy to do it or he ask somebody else to do it. He's the reason that Odin Lloyd lost his life that night and just to hear this conversation he had a conversation with his agent at one point saying like you know. Can you get me a deal. Because the Patriots were GONNA pay out his contract and His Age man Nike said they don't put swishes on orange. Orange trump shoots you know and you know Erin made an offhand joke will. Can you get me a deal as Smith and Wesson which is a gun manufacturer and I just thought that was so insensitive so heartless and any sort of sympathy that you have for Aaron at that point is just out. The fucking window really was at that point I was like what a fucking asshole man at this point. I don't care what you are struggling with what you were wrestling with. What kind of struggles? You're dealing with internally that me made you have a substance abuse issue or treat people shitty in your life you know like a lot of people deal with that stuff but just to see him so callous in so unapologetic it was just. I'm like yeah you know you're you are where you you need your where you're meant to be. Yeah so and that is basically the case of Aaron Hernandez anandas in a nutshell in a nutshell. And it's our and our opinion of the book versus the documentary if you watched the dock and you're into it. You should definitely read the book. Your audio bucket. It's very personal. I think that DJ Hernandez did a great job And as always whenever we talk about murder case I just wanted to all remember the people that really matter in this story when victims and their families Odin Lloyd and his family and also Daniel Abreu in Fargo for Tato yes Were the victims. So let's remember those same condolences to them and their families. You know in the in the documentary Safari Oh and Daniel. Their family showed up for them in court. They had had aunts and uncles and cousins brothers and sisters and they were two very hardworking. I mean there. They were very very much loved. They're very hard hardworking and they were just out at a club having a good time and they happen to piss somebody off that had No regard for the law. Exactly Cleo no regard for human life exactly so Arkan DOLENZ is go out to Odin Lloyd and his family and Daniel Abreu and safari over. TATO Arkansas's is go out to their families and them and may you all rest in peace and it's just very sad story. There was a lot of lives lives destroyed in this story a lot. There were. It is a sad story. I mean I guess the only other silver lining aside from Oden mom changing that law. Is that hopefully early. Now there'll be more information on our studies done more awareness. I know the. NFL is you're not allowed to do. helmet-to-helmet tackles..

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"aaron hernandez" Discussed on True Crime: By The Book

True Crime: By The Book

07:21 min | 2 years ago

"aaron hernandez" Discussed on True Crime: By The Book

"Now there are so many reasons that this decision was problematic. The main main one was the football program under Meyer. I mean he's an excellent general. If all you cared about was winning being in Bowl appearances in exit polls than. He's your man but as far as guidance to the players nope Aaron failed multiple drug tests. They got covered up. He took bullshit courses. He was frequenting bars. It's seventeen years old and in fact in April two thousand seven. He even punched a bar manager so hard that it ruptured his eardrums eardrums. Why did he punched a manager? He was asked to pay his tab. Those charges disappeared because Gainesville is a football town and we had protect our players in our record. Fuck that you blow my eardrum you going to have to face some kind of breath charges period. But no they disappeared and of course he stayed high because childhood trauma he he was playing alongside Tim Tibo who literally wore his religion on his face but riddle me this he was still at the bar. You're with an underaged Aaron. But this ain't about Tim Tebow I save most of my IRA for Urban Meyer. Though you're he established quite a pattern in Florida every season there there were arrests infractions of rules in players who demonstrated horrible character and all of that was left unpunished. That win at all cost mentality was a terrible a disservice to these young Ma'am and the community that they inhabited but there was none worse than Aaron Hernandez while on scholarship at the University of Florida he frequented many nightspots. It was not unusual for him to get easily angered at perceived slights and on more than one occasion he was described as paranoid. It was in September of two thousand seven that Aaron Erin would be. I accused of pulling a gun on people and actually shooting them. The victims were in a vehicle at a light light when a large male who appear to be Hawaiian or Hispanic with lots of tattoos. Approached a car. These guys in the car had a verbal altercation with Aaron inside the nightclub and they chose him out of a photo lineup as the person who shot them they later said tip that he wasn't the shooter that was after the university and Meyer got involved. Remember this is a college town winning over everything and with sleep in an interrogation room while the schools attorneys work their magic. Now know about you. Yeah but I watched the usual suspects many times in the film. The police detective is attempting to Suss out the killer. So what does he do. He locks them up overnight and observes the one hookah. Sleep is the killer. Yeah yeah this is a one thousand nine hundred ninety five movie it still holds up. Except for that whole Kevin Spacey thing. But I digress. I digress here. This eighteen year roll. Kid is able to sleep when he's in a police interrogation room not for stealing candy or getting into a fight for assault with a deadly weapon. Leppin at the absolute least and attempted murder at most but if he did this he got away with shooting two men. The school knew about this but continue to roll with Aaron because he was a beast at his position in absolute beast east. He remained gator for three seasons and finished his college career. With one hundred eleven receptions for thirteen nine hundred eighty two yards and twelve touchdowns he won the John mackey. Award as the nation's best tight in he was also an all American arrogant in all. Sec but he was not welcome to play his senior season at Florida and was encouraged to enter the NFL draft. So now at twenty years old Aaron declared that he was ready to move to the next level of play he was going to be a professional football player but for whom his reputation on the field was diminished by his off-the-field antics teams would really be rolling the dice by choosing. There's a loose loose cannon. He should've gone late in the first round or early in the second round but teams continue to pass on him until in the fourth round with the one hundred thirteenth pick. He was chosen by the Patriots. This lucky fuck was going to play with arguably probably the best quarterback in the league. Tom Brady but the pets wanted to talk to urban Meyer. Before they signed him in urban with absolutely nothing to lose by telling the truth still gave his endorsement. And don't for one second that I feel sorry for the Patriots Organization. I kind of feel sorry for air and Hernandez in this moment because this professionally ideal l. situation was the worst thing that could have happened to him. Personally I listened to a podcast crime in Sports with James Patrick gallow and Jimmy Jimmy with man. It's a great show lots of laughs but damn near every episode they talk about athletes getting in trouble when they go to wherever they consider home. Well Aaron will be playing two hours away from home for a person with many demons and as socially Louis Immature as him. Well this is where it all really goes to shit now. I know this is going to be fucked up but tune in to buy the book next week so we can talk about what the hell Aaron gets into during his time in. Foxborough if you enjoy what I'm doing here please leave a rating and review for the show on your platform of choice. Check the show notes for my linked. Trie those are all the many places places that I can be found. Shit really gets wild in the next episode. So tell a friend to tell a friend. Now thanks for hanging out with me and I'll catch catch you in part two of killer inside the mind of Aaron Hernandez later wounds..

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Aaron Hernandez's fiancee speaks out on documentary series

WBZ Midday News

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Aaron Hernandez's fiancee speaks out on documentary series

"News the former fiancee of Aaron Hernandez is speaking out against a new Netflix docu series chronicling the rise and fall of the former NFL star Hernandez was serving a life sentence when he committed suicide in his prison cell back in twenty seventeen the new Netflix series claims Hernandez was either bisexual or gay but in an interview with ABC's Good Morning America shayanna Jenkins Hernandez says a claims are unfair you can't describe someone's sexuality without them being here although I've had a child with Aaron I still can't tell you how he was feeling inside okay Hernandez was convicted of first degree murder back in twenty fifteen for the murder of his former friend Odin

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Eli Manning and the Hall of Fame: The case for and against

Around the NFL

09:14 min | 2 years ago

Eli Manning and the Hall of Fame: The case for and against

"Ally manning thing announced his retirement on Wednesday retiring after sixteen seasons. He's thirty nine years old The giants quarterback who was of course supplanted by Danny dimes. This year but was a rock for for many years is now heads into retirement and it makes sense Meena In fact as a New York I all my friends are giant spans. I was on a tax change just the day before this news broke. And we're talking about that. Allies GonNA retire probably soon. Because when you look at the landscape with all these older quarterbacks on the market and what allies allies been doing the last couple of years. It never made sense that he was going to find a place to start games or perhaps he didn't want to be a backup. So this all made sense but still it. It is the end of an era in New York. I would love nothing more to come in here and defy I. I think what you all know. I'm about to say about Eli Manning I should not be wh- down calls US football cools right. Yeah I would love to say you know what guys you can't tell the story of football without Eli Manning which by the way why why is he the only person who gets that benefit say that about anyone else other than Eli. There's a lot of guys you can't tell the story of football without Aaron Hernandez put them in the hall of fame or if you want to look at pat super we were both. I mean they don't want any of them without dont`a hightower that's a holiday thing. Greg is compared. Eli Manning to know first. Ten Sahal Hyphen reductionist could be just one thing. You consider about a candidate quite well the few want ally in the holly. It's either two cases. One one is longevity. which is I think? A lot of people throw out. Because there's just too many guys who would get in by that and then the other is the two super bowls in the story thing. That's just not about how I would define it. It just becomes an argument. About how do you define the hall of fame. I think in my case against him has always been and yeah. I've been making this case for probably eight or nine years. So this is how long he's been average He's just been averaged entire career. Average in completion percentage yards per attempt. He's actually really way. Below average in the law of the interception categories passer rating these average. He's just for the time he entered the league to the time he left the league. He was an average quarterback over or that span. I I still don't like that being the conversation though when he retired. I we've had this argument so many times that I think we're just tired of it like we've said everything that there is to say about. Eli Manning in the Hall of Famer Eli Manning in general that. I actually was annoyed almost yesterday that that's the conversation when a really great player who was a big part of the league in you know no matter whether he was a top five quarterback no he never was maybe in two two thousand eleven. I went through it once. I think I had him at a top five quarterback one year top ten quarterback only one other your. Yeah that's not the hall of fame but like immediately the second he retires. The entire conversation is like the start of the public hall of fame. Talk which is GONNA be. Never any people are so confident about what's going to happen you don't I know what's going to happen becoming. We were like you know he will be in. It's like you don't know that I think the manning name like this is not a new thought but just that we've talked about royalty and stuff that he's sort of this. NFL Family fixture that. The people voting for this. I think they're gonNa Push Eli Manning right in not maybe. CBS voters down. The conversation depends on who he's against. Though you're really does. Conversation will be never ending for five years then going in. I'm sorry I don't listen you. Everybody discounts counting stats and cory will get too caught up or only point at the two rings and the two superbowl. MVP's but I just think there's something that'd be so if he didn't win those super bowls he's he's not he's not going to have him. I get that but there's something to be said and it's always been feel overlooked both on this podcast aspect in general. Because Eli can be a target. I feel like on twitter that the giants drafted him or the chargers. Technically but the giants Brought him into the team in two thousand four. They put him in the lineup in around October that year and then they never had to think about the quarterback position again for the next ten eleven eleven twelve years and I know things didn't end very well but they should have been thinking about it so when you're when you're talking about right ten years okay I'm GonNa say ten years when you think about other teams about your Brown's Mark My jets so many other teams in the league that go through constant search a churn looking for a guy and you end up with a stop. Stopgap and a rookie. You stinks and then a stop Gat and then another rookie. And maybe you hit on something. Like the SEAHAWKS got Russell Wilson. They don't have to think about anything. Russell Wilson's a better player than the but he eli for ten twelve years. They put him in there. He did his job. He was not spectacular but he was steady. You never had to worry about him getting hurt because he never did. He's the most durable the player ever. You'd never had to worry about him saying stupid something stupid to the media. He always handled that very well. You never had to worry about him. Getting into like a behind the scenes drama with with a coach and exploding and him being at odds and using the media to get a point across and all that stuff he was a Walter Payton Man of the year guy he was a total title. Good Dude and in those playoff runs. Then you factor that in for me. He rose up in historic way. And then just beat. Anybody didn't beat the Jacksonville. We'll jaguars didn't beat a Pittsburgh. steelers heat the Patriots and he'd be Bill Bell Check and he'd beat Tom Brady. And if if that's not something that should be given added points knowing who the Patriots are and what they represent in this era of NFL football. I'm sorry I disagreed to just kind of view that uh-huh yeah beat the Patriots. No he beat the greatest team of all time the greatest quarterback in the greatest head coach. I think that means a lot. His team did right playing. Okay Ah in that Super Bowl. I don't think he would say he had the best game. Even the play he's known for is crazy play. That could never be replicated. The two twenty eleven run is what I remember most fondly. Va Man. I think people kind of forget that won the last game of the regular season that they played it was against the cowboys and then the three league games in the NFC playoffs and that Super Bowl he had a collection of some of the most improbable. Low percentage awesome throws goes for five weeks. Stretch that you'll ever see Joe flacco kind of had a somewhat similar run any add little moments like that the year after they won the Super Bowl two thousand eight. He was really good throughout the year but they didn't win the Super Bowl because if eli manning they want it because of their defense I mean they wanna because of Justin Tuck and he learned of it. It's equally reductive to me to say. They won because of the argue he was part of it took to get into the. I mean the kind of connected back to the HIGHTOWER. No one's out here making a case for hightower you kind of do you. You like to throw this one in. I is the single most important outside of Brady and Gronk like the Patriots. Don't have this run of Super Bulls without dont`a hightower. I think I don't think belongs in the hall of fame but you could every all of the cases were making for. Eli You could just as easily make for like twenty other other random playwright quarterback a case you've made for you. I think is the case. Why he's a great memorable? NFL figure. It's just that's different than in. Our weather also talked about about it forever his position he was not a top ten quarterback. I would say for every year but two of his career. There's no one in the hall of fame you can say they've also said forever. You're in West. You've quoted Vince Lombardi on this that the quarterback it just the most important for a position or a position where the spotlight as and that comes with way. More pressure To it then dot high tower where his position is. I just think what you I was able to do in that spot in those two years is something you can't take away from. I and and say oh he was carried to titles. Because I don't I just don't see it that way. I think you've you stated the case very well. I think it falls shy of the hall of fame. I think if you're a jets fan like Dan or you're the browns fan and you've seen nothing but Ship wrecked chaos at the quarterback position. That the the idea that you would draft someone who would play as Eli did before a PR stunt got him benched you know. Couple of years twelve years of sixteen starts and by the way we are stunned. Got Him benched. He got himself well. That's fine but I'm saying but also the disrespect I just giants fan and you draft draft Philip rivers and he. He did what he did. But you get Eli Manning out of it and you know. He's going to win two super bowls in essentially a total ironman at the position. He's a hall of fame to a lot of giants fans I get. I don't think he belongs to the meeting. Early either reading a story just reading up on allies career. I completely forgot the whole two thousand seventeen. Ben mcadoo where's Ben these days but Jacksonville Jaguars Ben

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Rocky Johnson, WWE Hall of Famer and Dwayne Johnson's dad, died at 75

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:56 min | 2 years ago

Rocky Johnson, WWE Hall of Famer and Dwayne Johnson's dad, died at 75

"You have an rip herself. Yeah Yeah Rocky Johnson. I mean he was one of the I. I remembered tag team Champs with Tony Atlas. Obviously the Rock dwayne Johnson's father Yeah he was deep was what what a physique nothing like you've ever seen Back then and he was a talented wrestler back in the early mid eighties. And he'll be missed. Soul patrol was attacked him. How did they ever lose looking at the two of them but that was the thing that wwe was Outta Day ever liberty racists back then do what they know but they used to do this thing? Where like Tony Atlas would always almost win the title and then it was like He wasn't so dumb he would have won the title like it was really fun. Oh yeah they would say that it was always like get distracted by captain La Banda or Freddie Blassie made he just. He couldn't play the mental game. That's why he could win. You also couldn't have two African American and wrestlers at the top of a card like SD Jones. Whatever his fate mistake early in the navy is going to be a jobber but he could never rise to the level of rocky? Couldn't and have more than two right right there even superfly Snuka who the most popular guy for like a year before Hogan And now they could never give him the title either. Bob Beco with the fucking crew cut from Minnesota from Harvard stuff Iraqi Johnson best drop kicks of that era. Yeah yeah the physicality everyone else do the drop kicks and they would hit somebody like kinda lower sternum rocky Johnson would like go for the you know he'd drop kick the deeds head way. Wave yet you in the neck. He'd do the foot shuffle. He did a nice sunset flip he did it all. He was one of those born too soon guys because I think he was so athletic. the Sport didn't start to get aerial until SNOOKA enrich ricky steamboat mid eighties and guys started jumping off the top rope. All that stuff. He would have done all that but nobody did. Did that. In the seventies right to deal older than Tony Atlas to

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"aaron hernandez" Discussed on The JaySin Podcast

The JaySin Podcast

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"aaron hernandez" Discussed on The JaySin Podcast

"When he wasn't playing once the pressure got hold of Andrew Luck. He was a different person altogether and that was his biggest thing he said if I ever had the sit out for an extended period of time again due to injury due to surgery web design laid up in the house. I'll never come back and play the sport again because the person I don't know whether he has in his family Issue of drugs or alcohol in in the you know in the pledge track but apparently without going into detail as much he says it himself the person he becomes when he's at home to press on those painkillers on that medicine. Whatever him and his wife do not fucking like so. When Andrew walked away he walked away knowing. I still have my health. I still have my wife. I still have my mental health care. Act I'm walking away from this before I destroy myself in a manner. Maybe I'M JUMPING OUT THE WINDOW. Of course but maybe. I'm jumping to say this but I'm getting out of here before I ended up in a Aaron Hernandez esque situation correct. Look equally was. I'm getting out of here before I ended up not able to walk when I'm forty or or being able to talk straight so they left with two completely different reasons. Which is why I feel like Andrew left with the like. You said. I'M GONNA take this money like he had to give them back. Eleven million dollars for bonus contract. He gave that money back off top right here. Hugo he gave the money back. He walked out of there. He had his wife's right next to all your family would have for him. This was like all right. I'm Outta this shit but I got enough money and enough investments that I'll never be broke again. My family will be good will never have to go to that dark place again. I'm a happy look. Equally was trying to find every way to stay average to stay Bro. Everywhere and he couldn't. I also feel like this is. This is gonNA sound a little bit. I I feel like had the panthers been on a track for super bowl that this bit his decision because Christian McCaffrey still there. The panthers going a different way from Cam. What the season. But I'd seen head right. They don't did not suit in. The League. Looks did not a super bowl contender that at least at least if you already know your body is betraying you you're not gonNA come out here and play for nothing. Of course no but I do feel if he played for the chiefs or he played for the Ravens Stink about. This might be a different conversation correct. He made think about sacrificing themselves and that that leads me to. When is enough enough to do you believe that? That ring is worth another year. It's who brought to the damage to your body and your brain. That's a great question. Think it actually depends on the person and their outlook in how much they love the game. 'cause I'll out throwing Kobe. He played until like completely destroyed like he's played with like all types of crazy injuries. That you would think to yourself like y'all like dude like just go to hospital bed and just lay lying just relaxed money like just like that like nick easy and like he just played until his body told them all right. That's it. You can't do this anymore. So it all depends on the person's mental The way their thing you know the way they're set up so I'll speak for myself. I would sacrifice myself on my body. Two years to get a ring. Is that old? School mentality is just embedded in me and that no quit mentality is just. It's just within me so it's like I'm GonNa give all even though I know my body is telling me like listen. We need to just drop this altogether. That's just a fact. I'm just speaking for myself. I mean it. It may be stupid. It may be a irrational way. But that's just the way I'm wired Bra. I mean from East New York so it's like whatever. Get the ring dike dry. Basically the weight of the cases I would I would I would too. I don't know that has nothing to do with us. Both being just does school comfort out. I'll think mob mentality is more. I remember two days I remember for basketball suicide sites a day folk. If you remember basketball suicides.

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"aaron hernandez" Discussed on The JaySin Podcast

The JaySin Podcast

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"aaron hernandez" Discussed on The JaySin Podcast

"And it's it said because of course they they they WANNA get his brain for C. T. E. scanning and Hernandez story. What hit me the hardest about it. We'll have at twenty three years. Old Is when this starts at twenty three years old I i. I'm listening and I'm watching was happening to this young man and I couldn't at the time when it happened. I don't think I fully crest. How young he was. I don't think I fully understood how young he was correct. And the first time you hear him. You hear them saying you know twenty-three-year-old Aaron Hernandez and then you hear about the evidence and how things happen in the odor lowly case whether or not he'd I'm not making excuses for what he did. He killed odorless correct he did. I'm not making excuses of not giving him empathy. I'm saying that the whole situation is said of course it. I'M GONNA use that to Segue into this way. I just wanted to say something and of Aaron Hernandez so when I started speaking you had mentioned the fact that he wasn't raised in the ghetto. So what happens is for you to have a rupp of rough. Upbringing has to do with environment. Yes I agree with that but I think one of the key factors for instance. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA speak for myself because I can't. I don't want to say this. I really don't want to speak for Aaron Hernandez. Because you know. He went through what he went through. And I can't really judge or I. I can't really pinpoint what like what really went wrong. But I can only speculate and you know this is what we're all doing. This is what this Docu series is doing at the same time. So what I was GONNA say is. It's not always the environment. It's always will the environment outside. I mean like you know the ghetto or you know wherever you live for. Its key of the education that one receives in their household. And how they're coddled or how they're treated from a mental aspect and I think that plays an even bigger factor because for instance I personally lived in the ghetto and within my household. We didn't practice the things that happened on the outside of my household. So you know my parents. You know they were. They were very strict you know and they gave us a formation of what the value of money was what the value of work was you know and the I felt like the upbringing or the formation that they gave us. We turned out to be okay from it basically. So it's I think you can pin things on the environment as well outside of that person's household but what's going what's going on within it also plays a large role. I think and You know that's something that you know. We have to look at as well when we're speaking of Aaron Hernandez and you know all the things. He went through with his dad and his family. And just seeing these things that impacted him from a mental aspect. So you know I just Just wanted to allude to that also touch on how he got in with these with the crowd of people he got in with as he got older. He didn't start getting tattoos until that he got to Gainesville. And right the people that were around and so on and so forth but now the company you keep also plays a key factor right in in what you actually become. You know I mean I mean the same goals like you know. Tell me tell me. Tell me who your company is in. I'll basically tell you who you are. I mean I don't I don't have the exact specifics on you know that you know what I mean. Basically you are the company Virgil flatly right or you other company you keep the words On a on a very similar note the the the documentary definitely forged a lot of today's content because I'm gonNA use that to springboard into do you believe.

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"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Gotta put salt in the wound by that. Why is smart and it was sportsman? Like the church moves so It was the first down to go down as soon as we get. So when o'clock out would you call the church. I never heard that we have you know I'll go to the end zone. Who did he going to be scared? If I got somebody like slipped in her so nice okay. So what. Do you think you're going to win this award. That's what I want to know. What do you think's happening behind the scenes? Who Do you think has the best shot you've made your case I can say I feel confident in myself? You know and I just pray God you know I can be the best opportunity you know. That would be too so okay. So do you think you should win over a quarterback. I'm a big collar Maury fan and I thought he had an extraordinary year him. I'm not so much. He doesn't believe that. But how can you out do a quarterback with degree of difficulty that he had for a bad football team and they they won five games and tied. The game is pretty good I think he's GonNa say This how important over the last four games where the game on. And there's no doubt we had the windows four games in order to get to the playoffs so we had to go forward and they were all divisional gangs. So they weren't really. They weren't easy. We played the giants twice which doesn't matter the record or anything NFC East's tough especially defensively So I think those guys were pretty big and I stepped up pretty pretty well. You know they asked me to do a lot. They like to find ways to the ball. And I've been doing well as far as east. He's gained getting better and better at it. So did you. Did you surprise yourself self. Because obviously you played somewhat in saquon shadow at Penn state and it's hard to know what you can do at the next level. We're you saying wow I can I can I can do this No not really I've been doing this my whole life and I've just been getting better. I think I have yet to play my best football I think that a lot of stuff to improve on. And that's what makes it so special and exciting that. I'm just my eager to get better. And that's why the vessel yet at at the Eagles so and I get it from them. You know I I walk in the huddle and I see guys. I urged out showing you got did so on Jackson got his office. Allow you got Carson right next to me too to so and they D- they greatness in you'll it just makes you want to be great. And then I got the Darren sproles in my running back on me in my ear has given me knowledge and just watching him. Where is this exciting? You look at the. NFC You guys like you Saquon Z.. Adrian Peterson obviously obviously. Adrian is famous way out. But you gotTA. WHO's the best running back in that? Division was deputy beat abyss. And like I say I think gotTA strong rookie year. But it's just being taught with with those they run vaccine. Oh my boy sake. One and Z goes a pie one of the taught running backs in the league. So it's it's a blessing just being named with them and being you know Just mentioned when you talk about the guy that you lined up in the whole next to Carson Wentz. Obviously the comparison because he Dak Prescott came out in the same draft. Last who's better quarterback. I'm GonNa take take my God living I gotta calm him. thing I love about him is it doesn't matter who's all feel he's going to give them confidence they didn't have to go. Get No Amari Cooper. My Guy didn't have mile sanders this year. Some days how Zeke's I mean. This guy was playing better down the stretch. Then my guy was playing. I kept telling you that. Say.

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"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

Menace 2 Society Podcast

07:08 min | 2 years ago

"aaron hernandez" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

"So I don't know if we're going to see that much coach at the top next year next year is going to be a huge question. Mark outside of Clemson. Everyone will assume that they will be the teams to beat because mainly because of the quarterback situation but you. You're going to have an opportunity for Florida to sneak in the conversation. And you're always GonNa have to count on Alabama to be relevant. LSU It'll be interesting to see what they do with. Joe Brady and Joe Borough both gone on. So it's going to be in fifth fourteen or fifteen starters basically everyone everyone's declaring especially after Odell PASA money around. They might have a Lotta oughta supplementing drafts. Yeah exactly knows what's down in Baton Rouge after that. But but there's a little bit of chatter. It might not be irrelevant by the time. August runs but travertine is seriously mulling. The decision had coming back and that would be crazy If he did. I think the we talked to Tony Elliott after the game and he kind of made. It seem like this is not a foregone conclusion Yeah there's obviously at the running back position there's not a lot of longevity in the NFL Terms of second contracts and then just how many tribes on your tires at position but then he also count countered that saying. Is it really deep running back class. So I mean it's not like Travis. He's played three years. He's averaged like he's averaged. Under fourteen carries a year I think he average like eight his first year and then these past two years it was like thirteen and a half thirteen point eight so I mean he's not beaten down by any stretch stretch but I I still think it'd be pretty shocking. Are At least surprising if he does electric return. I'd be shocked and I'm sure he doesn't listen but let me give him my ploy to come back. Yeah so if you took them back. Here's why he should and though I think he's the best running back in the country I've said it for four three months now I do believe that I don't believe if you'll get selected high in the first round. I think he'll be a second rounder. More than likely which is a crime. In my opinion and with the Gauntlet scheduled at Clemson blaze. He will be able able to have a phenomenal year next year with a potential national championship potential end of the season awards that I thought he should have won this year and then he'll be in the conversation much you know much lesser running back draft class to go fifteenth overall or whatever in the financial benefit for him play Alabama Georgia. Florida didn't have to play those teams week in week out. He's GonNa play the ACC. Angie no offense he'll be able to have great games be out in the middle of the third quarter order and have a great year. It would be a smart investment. So Travis any doesn't have any injury history so it's not like he's got a he's worried about not that he can't get injured but he's not he doesn't have these nagging issues where it's like. He's gotTa take his chances now. He was good enough this year that he'll get a nice insurance policy. It's really it. Travis is not listening but if he did that's what I would tell him he's selfishly ahead of him draft wrath running back. I mean they're going to say Jonathan Taylor they're going to say maybe maybe probably Andrea Swift. And then Tra I put Travis Travis at the end at one and everyone knows that I think that but I think that he might be the third or fourth you could slide. JK In there. Maybe but I doubt IT I. It's such a hot name so small I don't know I don't see to be honest with you. I think there's I think Travis services the best running back in it was in the country this past year especially with what he can do out of the backfield Allah kind of Alvin Kamara Ish and but on. NFL people were pretty stupid. In my opinion I mean they. They'll take Jonathan Taylor and not that. He's not a great player. But they'll take Jonathan Taylor probably Andrea swift and then maybe jk in the first around that there might only be two. I running backs. Yeah Yeah So. I don't know it's going to be interesting to see what's GonNa Happen. I mean I think. The deadline is January twentieth. So so what is that. Is that Monday Monday. So I don't know if these next couple of days go by. We don't hear anything. I think you can pretty much say. He's definitely seriously considering it. Not necessarily it's definitely coming back. which is that? There's definitely a decision on the table because he saw T. declared yesterday won't be surprising if we hear something from. Aj today this is area has already on the record saying it's gone so AJ in. Travis I really the guys that were waiting on it and we pretty much know. Aj Gone so travis is is definitely a decision. Ah Keeping your on just just kind of a little bit behind. The scenes thought talking to a couple of players this year. It'll have state. Ah You're talking about wasted time preparing for millions of dollars and so they. The twentieth is the deadline but they need to be flying out Friday to go to training facilities these and get to work and so it's not it's not like they. They have a bunch of time to figure it out. They really needed decide. Like now to get your so always true. It'll be interesting. I you know as a Self College football fan. I hope he comes back and and I don't I don't think he's going to get the value. Should get so. That's just my personal opinion. But we'll see what he does. Yeah there's so much difference and contract money in terms of the first round around or even back in the I found. It's just yeah. It's incredible how much difference it is so much difference. Well as always appreciate you coming on those of you that want all the Clemson insider Infos Anna Hickey. The at Anna H two four seven on twitter. Make sure you hit her up. Give her a follow. And you'll get all the insider info from Clemson. So thank you for coming on. Yeah thanks trying to make absolutely we will. I'm sure talk again. So thanks again. That's all we have for you today. Thank for tuning in and listening really appreciate Anna Hickey. Coming on she's providing US great insight into Clemson and kind of behind the scenes and I got a feeling that little matchup is not going away soon so she's going to become. She is a huge asset to the show so we I appreciate as always her coming on. Hope you enjoyed the episode. 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"aaron hernandez" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast

The Gerry Callahan Podcast

09:29 min | 2 years ago

"aaron hernandez" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast

"Could save up. Bernie's not as big pussy is Thomson. God is embarrassing. He's a billionaire. This guy should be up their chest out cocky master of the universe the Zebulon bill and him. He's the boogeyman that they built. He's right there. They have nothing better than the billionaire. Grovel in in front of Communist never were way day in his life that this is right that the number one way that Elizabeth Warren go on the attack against Bernie is not to call them a communist in a socialist which he is but to call him a sexist even worse. He's not it's like that's how they attack him crazy and that no one believes he said in fact there's evidence that he didn't that he didn't believe but I mean you see the utter a corruption of the the media. CNN's in the globe and the political who say this is working. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA get her. She's struggling her PO. Poll numbers dropping. The more more people get to know the the less they like which we've been going through that here for years. She got no shot no shot and they're getting desperate so they said let's knock him down a peg razer up and even that thing in that thing After you know was a setup it was all a big setup and everyone knows it and they just kind of pretend that it's real but I'm looking forward to them continuing to out Moonbat each other. It's like it's like I said yesterday when when the world's going to end in twelve years here's Bernie followed up is going to end in eight years and by the time the election comes it's going to be a week and a half and we're all GONNA die. I mean that that pathetic little Alfred. Newman Guy Pete Buddha judge said we now have tornadoes of fire to worry about. We're all GonNa die and tornadoes news of fire. These are people cus- trump of engaging in the politics of fear every one of them said if we don't immediately destroy the economy. We're all GONNA die. Yeah ever since trump was elected. They've done everything that they warned that he would do de legitimize the election. Blame it on fraud not not accept the results the and get some help from the Russians. which is what she did? It's all or threaten to withhold aid aid which is what Biden did mocking Mitt Romney for saying that Russia's a big foreign policy few. But yesterday I'm telling you the thing that trump has gone for better better more than the economy more than alot relative peace on on earth right now is his enemies his enemies do nothing but help him. Every rephrasing day yesterday Nancy Pelosi who said over and over again. The impeachment was a solemn and somber and prayer fulltime. They're not happy happy about it. She held a ceremony a ceremony. which generally is something you hold for a celebration to honor a medal of honor winner or honor honor to to acknowledge landmark legislation that everyone supports she's She delivers the articles of impeachment and has been marching teaching in their weight. Well I saw a Nadler waddling in there. It was like eight of them. I mean look like the garden in the wizard of Oz. This is their idea of unity. Unity and a show of force is to have these lunatics these nuts and Weirdos like Nadler and Pelosi you know God he's he's hideous. God that'll who has disgusting. His belt is right below his nipples. Like you can't say you're just disgusting Austin looking we cannot. Here's the face of the party. They can't do that. I guess not shifting. They just all look like it's you know whatever. The Bar Scene Chris Christie was our our guy. You're Gross Christie's got his ass on juvenile's he's got a big. I mean it's disgusting but but so she has a ceremony hands out pins and they're all cheering. It's smiling and clapping him. Like what happened to Solomon and prayerful. Yes they know. It's a joke. They know they can't win. But you know what my feeling is Turtaboi or clinical pure all. You know there's only one I wanNA I don't WanNa get shanked pure CONAN twitter account pure. We're coming up. Yeah pure just doing in the past listens downloads. And you were pure. You're trying to get on your podcast asked or your I'm trying he's agent. We're GONNA go. She she right now. She's trying to kill. This boyfriend could start. I'll see what he says the blog that you posted again yesterday. It's just amazing with with this lunatic bragging about how the first time he was with Aaron Hernandez you know intimately they shut the lights off. He laid back closed his eyes and his way with them. And he's proud of that. Yeah Anyway Initiate Legal Pelosi hands out the pens these souvenirs these signs it every time it gives out a pen. They all like smile and cheer and they I know it's a lost cause. And then they go before the cameras and say yeah but he's always going to be impeach. There's nothing you can do about it on his record. Okay they know it's not legit. They know it's totally partisan just a desperate attempt to to to hurt him before the two thousand twenty election but no one thinks it's a real problem hug was Bill Clinton's obviously you don't Brooklyn but do you think like historically. His legacy has been stained by impeachment. Stained literally yes days it did but trump did nothing. Clinton Clinton did something in the economy at all. People remember about bill. Clinton is how the economy. He was healthy when he's president. That's literally what the first thing people associated with you historically. How is the economy? When you were President I want right and it's it's great and it's been a good sense you know since his inauguration and trump but here's what I want you know some some right wingers? Don't want any witnesses they don't want to try to dismiss it. I want hunter I one hundred one and I know the Democrats could call whoever they want they can call Bolton the can call Mick Mulvaney. Good luck to those T T T. They got nothing to hide. Bring them up we will you saw the frigging transcript. We know what happened. We know the whole thing is fabricated. Who has the I want? Hunter you think you'll be like all coked up it'd be awesome. Who is the questions? Because a coup last time gets in Collins and Jordan who the Republicans. Doing the questioning the senators Lindsey Graham Kavanagh with great with Cavanaugh. I mean Mitch. McConnell not so great there are any because those guys are great. They're just this John Kennedy from Louisiana kind of a character but MAC gets is I mean he was great Jim Jordan Jim Jordan Jordan. Those guys came loss. I mean and plus it's good. TV I'm all for it. I don't want him to do. Dismiss the cavalry inflicted to the attorney. The the worst you're GONNA get is your couple witnesses or whatever. Four or five of the Democrats are four or five. The Republicans and Republicans are going to be Hunter Biden. Joe Biden Adam Schiff jerrold Nadler. They're all going to be going to be witnesses. Yes going to be under oath. Yes they can do that they can do that role. Why wouldn't you there? The I mean you. You can't have the whistle blower you get the guy who set the whole thing up Adam Schiff so it'll be great theater good. TV End. It'll happen just in. It'll take all the Democrat Democrat candidates even Joe Biden off the campaign trail just as the caucuses and primaries that kicking off. That's going to be all going to have to take Stu- style it'll be the only one in Iowa caucuses he's the rest of them will be in Washington they have to be there. All the senators warn Bernie Sanders have have to be there for the scrape point why some Democrats didn't want this. That's why Cory Booker left the campaign by not because it was failing because he wants US busy his teaching each on the trial he decided this is more important than my impending victory which no doubt he would win. We get to the red sox which is another way they would kind of disagree on disaster. Good are we done with Aaron Hernandez because you watch the documentary I did and I just don't think I'm going to. Oh maybe I'll watch part three like you said it actually looks. It's better than the other ones because they have a Lotta jailhouse calls between Shana and Aaron. That I've never heard before and it really shows what a psychopath this guy is. How little it fees the first two parts? You'RE GONNA learn what a psychopath would. SCUMBAG would've would've miscreant is part three. You're going to learn the why we were insensitive because as we mentioned his sexuality. I'm starting to come around. It's not your job to out him. Not Our job to out him is set to do it even if it was the motive voted for the murder. That's all you need to know. An alleged journalist at the Boston Globe thinks that's off limits off limits. Even if it's the the motive for the murder does anyone think this woman. What's her name again? Maria Cramer had any sources. I mean she was just playing claims she did she. She claims that she had a source. I that denies what you were saying. They.

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"aaron hernandez" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast

The Gerry Callahan Podcast

09:29 min | 2 years ago

"aaron hernandez" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast

"Could save up. Bernie's not as big pussy is Thomson. God is embarrassing. He's a billionaire. This guy should be up their chest out cocky master of the universe the Zebulon bill and him. He's the boogeyman that they built. He's right there. They have nothing better than the billionaire. Grovel in in front of Communist never were way day in his life that this is right that the number one way that Elizabeth Warren go on the attack against Bernie is not to call them a communist in a socialist which he is but to call him a sexist even worse. He's not it's like that's how they attack him crazy and that no one believes he said in fact there's evidence that he didn't that he didn't believe but I mean you see the utter a corruption of the the media. CNN's in the globe and the political who say this is working. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA get her. She's struggling her PO. Poll numbers dropping. The more more people get to know the the less they like which we've been going through that here for years. She got no shot no shot and they're getting desperate so they said let's knock him down a peg razer up and even that thing in that thing After you know was a setup it was all a big setup and everyone knows it and they just kind of pretend that it's real but I'm looking forward to them continuing to out Moonbat each other. It's like it's like I said yesterday when when the world's going to end in twelve years here's Bernie followed up is going to end in eight years and by the time the election comes it's going to be a week and a half and we're all GONNA die. I mean that that pathetic little Alfred. Newman Guy Pete Buddha judge said we now have tornadoes of fire to worry about. We're all GonNa die and tornadoes news of fire. These are people cus- trump of engaging in the politics of fear every one of them said if we don't immediately destroy the economy. We're all GONNA die. Yeah ever since trump was elected. They've done everything that they warned that he would do de legitimize the election. Blame it on fraud not not accept the results the and get some help from the Russians. which is what she did? It's all or threaten to withhold aid aid which is what Biden did mocking Mitt Romney for saying that Russia's a big foreign policy few. But yesterday I'm telling you the thing that trump has gone for better better more than the economy more than alot relative peace on on earth right now is his enemies his enemies do nothing but help him. Every rephrasing day yesterday Nancy Pelosi who said over and over again. The impeachment was a solemn and somber and prayer fulltime. They're not happy happy about it. She held a ceremony a ceremony. which generally is something you hold for a celebration to honor a medal of honor winner or honor honor to to acknowledge landmark legislation that everyone supports she's She delivers the articles of impeachment and has been marching teaching in their weight. Well I saw a Nadler waddling in there. It was like eight of them. I mean look like the garden in the wizard of Oz. This is their idea of unity. Unity and a show of force is to have these lunatics these nuts and Weirdos like Nadler and Pelosi you know God he's he's hideous. God that'll who has disgusting. His belt is right below his nipples. Like you can't say you're just disgusting Austin looking we cannot. Here's the face of the party. They can't do that. I guess not shifting. They just all look like it's you know whatever. The Bar Scene Chris Christie was our our guy. You're Gross Christie's got his ass on juvenile's he's got a big. I mean it's disgusting but but so she has a ceremony hands out pins and they're all cheering. It's smiling and clapping him. Like what happened to Solomon and prayerful. Yes they know. It's a joke. They know they can't win. But you know what my feeling is Turtaboi or clinical pure all. You know there's only one I wanNA I don't WanNa get shanked pure CONAN twitter account pure. We're coming up. Yeah pure just doing in the past listens downloads. And you were pure. You're trying to get on your podcast asked or your I'm trying he's agent. We're GONNA go. She she right now. She's trying to kill. This boyfriend could start. I'll see what he says the blog that you posted again yesterday. It's just amazing with with this lunatic bragging about how the first time he was with Aaron Hernandez you know intimately they shut the lights off. He laid back closed his eyes and his way with them. And he's proud of that. Yeah Anyway Initiate Legal Pelosi hands out the pens these souvenirs these signs it every time it gives out a pen. They all like smile and cheer and they I know it's a lost cause. And then they go before the cameras and say yeah but he's always going to be impeach. There's nothing you can do about it on his record. Okay they know it's not legit. They know it's totally partisan just a desperate attempt to to to hurt him before the two thousand twenty election but no one thinks it's a real problem hug was Bill Clinton's obviously you don't Brooklyn but do you think like historically. His legacy has been stained by impeachment. Stained literally yes days it did but trump did nothing. Clinton Clinton did something in the economy at all. People remember about bill. Clinton is how the economy. He was healthy when he's president. That's literally what the first thing people associated with you historically. How is the economy? When you were President I want right and it's it's great and it's been a good sense you know since his inauguration and trump but here's what I want you know some some right wingers? Don't want any witnesses they don't want to try to dismiss it. I want hunter I one hundred one and I know the Democrats could call whoever they want they can call Bolton the can call Mick Mulvaney. Good luck to those T T T. They got nothing to hide. Bring them up we will you saw the frigging transcript. We know what happened. We know the whole thing is fabricated. Who has the I want? Hunter you think you'll be like all coked up it'd be awesome. Who is the questions? Because a coup last time gets in Collins and Jordan who the Republicans. Doing the questioning the senators Lindsey Graham Kavanagh with great with Cavanaugh. I mean Mitch. McConnell not so great there are any because those guys are great. They're just this John Kennedy from Louisiana kind of a character but MAC gets is I mean he was great Jim Jordan Jim Jordan Jordan. Those guys came loss. I mean and plus it's good. TV I'm all for it. I don't want him to do. Dismiss the cavalry inflicted to the attorney. The the worst you're GONNA get is your couple witnesses or whatever. Four or five of the Democrats are four or five. The Republicans and Republicans are going to be Hunter Biden. Joe Biden Adam Schiff jerrold Nadler. They're all going to be going to be witnesses. Yes going to be under oath. Yes they can do that they can do that role. Why wouldn't you there? The I mean you. You can't have the whistle blower you get the guy who set the whole thing up Adam Schiff so it'll be great theater good. TV End. It'll happen just in. It'll take all the Democrat Democrat candidates even Joe Biden off the campaign trail just as the caucuses and primaries that kicking off. That's going to be all going to have to take Stu- style it'll be the only one in Iowa caucuses he's the rest of them will be in Washington they have to be there. All the senators warn Bernie Sanders have have to be there for the scrape point why some Democrats didn't want this. That's why Cory Booker left the campaign by not because it was failing because he wants US busy his teaching each on the trial he decided this is more important than my impending victory which no doubt he would win. We get to the red sox which is another way they would kind of disagree on disaster. Good are we done with Aaron Hernandez because you watch the documentary I did and I just don't think I'm going to. Oh maybe I'll watch part three like you said it actually looks. It's better than the other ones because they have a Lotta jailhouse calls between Shana and Aaron. That I've never heard before and it really shows what a psychopath this guy is. How little it fees the first two parts? You'RE GONNA learn what a psychopath would. SCUMBAG would've would've miscreant is part three. You're going to learn the why we were insensitive because as we mentioned his sexuality. I'm starting to come around. It's not your job to out him. Not Our job to out him is set to do it even if it was the motive voted for the murder. That's all you need to know. An alleged journalist at the Boston Globe thinks that's off limits off limits. Even if it's the the motive for the murder does anyone think this woman. What's her name again? Maria Cramer had any sources. I mean she was just playing claims she did she. She claims that she had a source. I that denies what you were saying. They.

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"aaron hernandez" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast

The Gerry Callahan Podcast

06:40 min | 2 years ago

"aaron hernandez" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast

"Van is a that is a real alleged report. It's not a real reporter to Boston. Globe Globe reporter who is now at the New York Times promoted another alleged newspaper. That is remarkable to me. I mean first first of all. We took shit for making wise crack homophobic about a murderer cliche. Really Corny old. It was like the most. It's a lazy joke. That was my only. It wasn't funny as well. Michelle started it as the reporter. Who broke the story and we just played along long so what he's a murderer? Yeah he killed people and she said it was the motive. Of course it was fair game and he by the way even if it wasn't the motive so what he's a murderer so few outed him and said you know what my sources tell me. He's gay the globe thinks that's insensitive to a guy who just shot and murdered. His friend left him like a pilot. Garbage on the side of the zone. Was it insensitive when AH Aaron Hernandez Shot Odin Lloyd. Wasn't the head was sensitive or oh yeah that was did he give. It is a remarkable. We've lost our minds. Collectively lost lost our minds that this is this woman. Maria Cramer never heard of her birdie she fits in beauty exactly what you imagine. She looked really. Oh the go-to looks like a classic Wellesley Liberal. You would just you know you'd see your shopping at whole foods. She's talking about a guy who is the reason they're doing. The documentary is because he had it all and he food away because he's a wannabe Ganger and gang banger and kill people and she sang. Their newspaper thought that would be insensitive and inappropriate three to mention his sexuality. Terms was insensitive. No matter who the person wasn't what they might have done. This is something that you know. is just a big no no in media India. Oh my God no immediate first of all. She's not a good reporter she broke nothing. Michelle story turtle boy broke played catch catch the globe. Even if they knew this was the motive wouldn't cover it. That's why the globe is a joke. Obviously if it's the motive it's important. It's a story. It should be paid one above the fold which obviously a real journalist knows that they not journals. That's not a journalist. That's just crazy Moonbat. Who thinks that she should be protecting connecting this secret? That this of a murder gangs killing pal if you guys hadn't done that if you had an outed him on the air with this documentary career even be happening. I don't know but the judge I don't know if it's in the documentary of the judge and court said a radio show out at him and it led to the judge yes it led to harassment. Oh that's why we of of Hernandez in prison and lead and may have led to his suicide. That's why we claim to prison. It's really the prisoners while they were being mean to the prisoners Heard are they going to sensitive listen to me and to Kirk and they every morning they did they yes every time we were huge they were they were gonNA commentary right big fans and so they they found out he was gay gave a hard time any hung himself. Which is why I proudly admit that I killed him. I killed Aaron Hernandez and Kirk helping you help all pitched in fifty percent I would say yes right large shell who's a great reporter who broke news who You know maybe be regrets making a wise crack about a guy who killed people and they think it's insensitive to home. Well his corpse. I suppose You know his soul his fiancee. Although this is the newspaper and by the way that that tweeted Dzhokhar Zony the of like a like a you know young Rockstar. Like he's Ed Sheeran or something that fought like I've never seen them fight. We failed is Arnie. That's right. We failed to fully embrace. That's according to the bottom of the redlining of the tales. Right we use a gift. Janet Kiss Chen said we failed to fully embrace. I is on the just the worst family scumbags that came here took advantage of everything we offered every welfare program. Every you know free tuition free rehousing free everything. These healthy young men didn't WanNa work so they you know Uncle Sam took care of them but we didn't fully embrace important to the Boston Globe. Then they dedicated all their resources. Everything the editorial page that reporters every bit of influence they had to save him when the Sentencing came down. They were literally outside the courthouse with the protesters. Saying you know. Save this guy who blew up. The marathon killed Martin. Richard's dad doesn't the death penalty right right. Even though they didn't check with all the other victims mock Fuca real. He wanted the death penalty to go check within within because Campbell's family or because they were joke you know they they're just off the rails liberals who who think Dzhokhar occur. We should have fully embraced fully accepted Joe Cards Audi and then things might have different anyway. They lost he got the death penalty. He's waiting to get executed acute. That'll be a great day for us for everybody that ever GonNa come. Probably not the globe can help. But there'll be a editorializing about it but this is amazing amazing to me that not only does net flicks think the Aaron Hernandez is worth another documentary but the people like this lunatic. Maria Cramer Aamer think he's like a human being he's not a human being he's saying you're the bank all it's all the rage now. I mean He. The podcast was number one on apple podcasts. The making of a murderer it was the biggest thing in the world and we sympathize with. And when I love you know what do you call the Netflix. Show the murder. No detectives who are true cry. NO MIND DR Congo frigging Jesus weeks. Kevin weeks only so many hours in the day. Yeah Turtle stuff love but but can I just play good. I should check that out after sauce. You Watch minehunter no never getting this is right up your alley it's about the you know the FBI I don't know if that profile you know the WHO sitting interview murders. They've Manson you know they have these other real. It's based on two stories and okay. I'll check.

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Andrew Luck's Retirement Highlights the NFL's Growing Problem

The Dan Patrick Show

08:30 min | 3 years ago

Andrew Luck's Retirement Highlights the NFL's Growing Problem

"Know what it wasn't long ago. I think it was last week when two weeks ago when mclovin said hey how about this poll question is andrew lock more likely to be an slight disappointment or hall of famer and this is when the ankle injury came. I remember it was the calf and then the owner robert say said i think it's an ankle and then i started to think there's more involved in this. There's more to this story. Sorry ben just glynn from the calf to a high ankle. I don't even i still don't know what he has but we know it serious enough that he announced his retirement and everybody's got an opinion on this. His decision to retire was a shock to the system for you know the the entire n._f._l. Nation when people say boy oy this is the most shocking football story we've ever heard i mean like new. No no no no how about we start with o._j. Simpson michael vick aaron hernandez. Those are shocking stories. Andrew looks different cat all right he is. He went back to college to get his degree. He could have left after his junior year. He went back to get his degree in architectural design. I believe he there are guys who are or football players and then there guys who play football most our football players j._j. Watt is a football player. Should he still be playing football. No no not at all but it andrew luck is a guy who is a guy who was good at playing football. I don't know if he's a a football guy and there's a difference in that but that doesn't mean he wasn't good at it or didn't love it. I just think that we're we're so unfamiliar. Oh you're with an athlete who uses logic where you go. What are you doing. Most football players in pauley had the analogy. Let's say you have a rock rock in your shoe. Most football players will continue to play in fact. Stop down on the rock. Where is andrew luck goes. How about. I just take the rock in my shoe. I mean it sounds logical. He just took the rock out of a shoe. Football players will tie the shoe differently like they'll somehow find a way. Hey i'll walk differently who care i'll take madison. Shoot me up. Whatever andrew lucked just said. I'm gonna take the the pebble <music> out. He's removing football from his life. Everybody has an opinion on this and when he started rattle off the list of injuries it makes a lot of sense but it's hard for us to imagine and by the way athletes are just commodities. We've moved on from all of these athletes. We don't care really don't care eric. Dickerson joined us in los angeles when we were out there and here's one of the great running backs of all time any looked great. I said the kind you look like you could give me a couple of carries. He said people don't realize the toll that this takes on goes. I slept in a reclining chair for two years because i had neck and back injuries. Nobody cares about eric dickerson's injuries. Nobody cared about jim. Mcmahon's injury his health. He thought about killing himself. We move on and andrew luck realizes that and yes he got paid paid and the reason for people to be upset and how do you do this to your team. And how do you quit on your team. I understand those emotions. I really do but i have to look at this and say andrew. Luck did what andrew luck thought he needed to do. Is it inexcusable to you know oh colts fans. Yeah i get that. I don't think he's saying boy. Watch what i'm gonna do. I'm going to set up the colts for failure now. I don't think i think that he had to process this. It took a long time. It's something you do you do well. It's your identity and maybe he doesn't want that is his identity and can you get away from this. You know the guys who had all the surgeries. I'm seeing all of this stuff here. Everybody's saying how do you do. I understand all of those emotions. Russians here but andrew lock did what andrew lucked thought he needed to do. If barry sanders was a quarterback and he walked away we would have abba bigger issue with what barry sanders did at age thirty-one calvin johnson at aged thirty. Jim brown age thirty. What are you doing walking away from the sport. Guess you've got a contract extension. There are a lot of questions. I have ranted you luck in this situation. When did you really know and when did you let the cold snow and what is the reason. Is there more surgery down. The road like you went through shoulder. You had and i put some of this on the colts by the way ryan grigson in particular the former g._m. What did i say for years. You have this investment. It's like having this unbelievable engine but then you have a car that's falling apart. You traded for trent richardson. You didn't use any lyman you finally went out and got quinton nelson and what happened. Andrew luck had the best season of his career. He had the fewest sacks. It's not something that takes a whole lot of thought. Hey how about we have a good offensive line. Chances are andrew. Luck might be able to play play a little bit longer but so many injuries and then you start to get down on yourself and you get in your head and you don't wanna go through it and and i look i couldn't play the game. I've told you if you ever watched a game on the sidelines. You never let your kids play. It is violent. It's more violent than you think because when you hear it you can close your eyes on the sidelines just listen. There's no way you go yep. I want to play play. I know we're macho. I know we all wanna play through pain. I did stupid things with my knee and my shoulder waited thirty five the years to get my torn rotator and i'm not even a pro athlete. I have an artificial knee because i was stupid when i played this guys out there and they're taking shots at him. He's getting hit lacerated kidney. He's got shoulder. He's got yeah. I understand all of these injuries. Do we want him out there. Yes because it's about us he. What are you doing to my fantasy team. Hey what you doing to my colds. You're you guys got a chance to. I understand hold loose things but this is something that we don't understand an athlete who says i'm gonna take a logical approach. He's a guy he's got a flip phone. He's got a book club. I mean he he's not your normal guy. Hi and we can't understand this. He's newly married. We can't understand this because all of us would go. I killed a play and make that kind of money and be a starting starting quite yes. This story is about us in how we perceive. This people didn't play wanna tell you they would play or how oh you need to play or. What's wrong with your your soft. You gotta take a step back and andrew luck. Doing i see all of this twitter chatter. Oh this is going to stay with him forever. I is very sanders. A quitter calvin johnson a quitter. Is jim brown a quitter right i. I haven't heard that i'd never heard somebody say. Jim brown's a quitter. Barry sanders quit walked down on the <hes> the lines how can you do. I guess andrew luck is a quitter but i'm guessing will move past this calvin johnson. Is he a quitter or see smart. I don't know i just i saw this reaction this vitriol that andrew luck how dare you do for this. He walked away from his team. I get i get it. He gave up on a sport. He excels at but no matter what people say. I think we can all agree. Andrew luck was outstanding when he did play and wishing luck and no pun intended with his life after football.

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Hernandez estate settles wrongful death lawsuit

WBZ Midday News

00:28 sec | 3 years ago

Hernandez estate settles wrongful death lawsuit

"Two years after patriots player Aaron Hernandez killed himself behind bars a wrongful death lawsuit is finally settled today the estate of Hernandez settled confidentially with the families of two men Hernandez was acquitted of killing Daniel di OB role and Cefiro for tada a lawyer for Diablos widow says a settlement honors the memory of him the deal reportedly did not use any money from the Hernandez

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Key piece of evidence missing in Kevin Spacey case

Jay Talking

09:09 min | 3 years ago

Key piece of evidence missing in Kevin Spacey case

"There have been some developments in the Kevin Spacey case seems that a key piece of evidence is missing and a catch us up on that. We have Michael coin dean of the Massachusetts school of law. Dean coin. Hello Riley tonight. It's always great to hear from you, and great to talk to you. Can you catch us up? Yeah. I think it's, it's another interesting development to this high profile case on the islands not surprising. I don't think that the key piece of evidence has now been may well have been lost somewhere along the way between Lauren force moments receipt of it, and turning it back to the family. It may very well be the death blow to an increasingly shaky case against Spacey with the loss of this key piece of evidence and you know, that's what I think is surprising, to some, that's such a key piece of evidence could have been handled in so badly. Not not really be preserved so that both sides, get an opportunity to examine the contents. What makes this piece of evidence so very crucial. Yeah. Well, you know, if you think about it today, smoking gun, is really much more likely to be found in our cell phones, and our electronic evidence, it's not the, the old smoking gun of old. And the fact is we all keep far too much personal information on our cell phones, whether it's photographs, whether it's Snapchat, whether it's text messages, and, like, there's very personal and oftentimes key, contemporaneous evidence that is preserved on our cellphones and maintained in that way. So the fact that there is likely text messages and photographs that would have some bearing on the night in question that took place between Mr. Spacey and this individual. The fact is that those contemporaneous records very, very well may be important to both the prosecution and the defense. But the key. Here from the standpoint of whether the case will be able to survive this. And even if it does go forward to not provide extraordinary evidence to Spacey for cross examination in the like is that this may well have had sculptor Tori information on it. Deleted in altered, text messages, as Spacey's attorneys informed, the court at the last hearing, and the loss of that evidence when there's a constitutional obligation for the government to turn over any sculpture, Tori evidence, this could be fatal to the government's case. So this missing phone could be directly responsible for the dismissal of the case against Kevin Spacey. Sure. Definitely could be if you if you if you if you think about how important we've seen electron ick evidence in cell phones, over the course of the last three to five years, marathon bombers in part were caught as a result of inflammation pulled from their cell phones. Aaron Hernandez case. Relied, very heavily on text messages that occurred that evening, and as well as the GPS information on the phone. If you start to think about the, the more recent high profile cases, we've seen even Tom Brady's where he said that the cell phone had been destroyed because he obtained a new one. We know how important these key pieces of evidence that are found on cellphones likely our to our Justice system. So, yeah, this could be a big victory for Spacey. In fact, the court could look at it as potentially being sufficiently sanctionable by the government that would require dismissal. But even if it doesn't require dismissal. The problem is, is that this has given a lot of energy now to the defense case to create a reasonable doubt that there was information on that phone that would have told a different story either by way of government misconduct. Or even just simply neglect that inflammation is now been lost to the defendant, and it helps to create that reasonable doubt. It's, it's a real problem. And the fact is, is that the court now we'll have to figure out well how did it get loss was was this just negligence, or was this, something more at work, here, especially in view of the allegations, that Spacey's attorney has raised with respect to the deleted in altar techs that took place from the night in question the loss of that evidence if it cannot be recovered in some form. And that's the last part of this is that a good forensic examination of the phone, if it's there or of the mirror image that the government may have in its possession may allow them to recover. Virtually all of the information if not all of the information, under those circumstances. The government would argue that Spacey hasn't been prejudice. At all. So there's nothing that would prohibit the case from going full. We may still very well. See the case, go forward. The question is, now is going to be enough evidence or is the government going to sufficiently be able to remove Spacey's presumption of innocence and the fact that there, they're very well may be reasonable doubt. In the case. It's it's a problem. I mean, you know, we don't like to see in our system that the government doesn't do everything they can to ensure that Justice is achieved in part of that means that you've got to preserve evidence and give the defendant, an opportunity tests. The government's proof that, that, that opportunity may now be lost Bradley. So even if the case does go forward it makes it more difficult for the prosecution, because it creates this doubt. Well, doesn't it? If you think about it from commonsense standpoint we've talked about this case before. You know, the was the victim starstruck and interested in, in having some drinks with Spacey that night innocence Spacey has contended all along. There was a consensual flirtation that existed that night. Pot of the proof would likely have been the contemporaneous inflammation, that would be found on his cell phone and the like. And the, the fact that, that now maybe lost, or at least portions of that inflammation, and as Spacey see X information that would have been exculpatory to him has been lost either as a result of negligence or delivered acts that, that absolutely helps to create this reasonable doubt that the defendant wants to do is part of his defense, and it's, it's too bad. Because as the you know, it's, it's, it's pretty sloppy. However, this came about in a case with so many is on it. You. You would've expected there, be a lot more attention to detail. And I think sometimes that's prizes, the all is that we don't see the attention to detail that we would especially expect when when the world is watching does do these developments, make it more likely that mister space for a jury trial or less likely. Well, again, you know, you've, we've had that discussion before, and I you know, act after our last evening together where we discussed this in general, I put it out to some other both students, and criminal defense, lawyers that, that I know. And, and it is relatively still split fifty fifty so I'm not sure there's a definitive answer to that my own personal feeling is that I would prefer jury under the circumstances. Jury sometimes are little more mistrusting, and especially. Really sometimes a little more dubious with the government may have engaged in either neglect of misconduct to, to trust the government at its word and really to hold them to what the law requires to remove the presumption of innocence and prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt. So, my, my personal feeling is I would I would try to jury. But that, that's a actually a question that I think both people and lawyers will disagree on your, your audience, may, well be split as well. Interesting to know what they think, because some of them may well constitute members of the jury and have similar feelings to jurors. So maybe you can throw that out tonight to see what they think. That's a good idea. Thank you very much. Michael coyne. He's the dean of the Massachusetts school of law in a big friend of WBZ. Thanks.

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Attorneys in Weinstein case buy some extra time before trial

Barsky Radio

04:38 min | 3 years ago

Attorneys in Weinstein case buy some extra time before trial

"Harvey Weinstein not that he was gay or anything like that. But he certainly was had his hand in the cookie jar a couple of times Harvey Weinstein, you saw some video of it. I saw this morning couple photos video of Harvey Weinstein. Not looking good which well, he never looked gonna say looks worse than ever looked if that's possible. I don't know who the comic was or who the person was describing Harvey Weinstein ones. But I think it was a she who said that Harvey Weinstein looked like a bunch of lint rolled up in chewing gum. It's a good example described does the sky them. Yeah. It's like the pilots character pig pen. Right. He's like the human version of pig. No matter how many showers, and he was always coming out of the shower too. When he was hitting on these women, and you what do you still look filthy? A heavy showers. He thinks he's still looks just to shoveled. And just. But anyway, he was at court in court, they Manhattan supreme court for a crucial hearing his upcoming criminal trial. And he had this is actually kind of smart. It's getting these two main attorneys are females. So he's himself. Okay. If I'm going to get someone to represent me against all these allegations, these women, I'm going to get women to talk to the people in the jury who may be women. Right. But then they brought along like to other attorneys to men Jose bias who represented Casey Anthony, and then Artha Dalla I'd Allah who is the one of the attorneys husband's. So he's got a female attorney Marianne, but tuna and she's married to Arthur a dollar. So there's like four of walked in with him. By the way, by defending Casey, Anthony, Aaron Hernandez, the former NFL player who the suicide. And so he's got some high profile people there and the bottom line with Harvey Weinstein is I think they may have a good shot getting him off. I think so too from some of the stuff that I read like the text messages from some of these ladies. Not just that. I mean, the only thing with these particular stories that you have to have to get him on. You would have to have video evidence of him forcing himself on a woman. Correct. Some sort of Email some sort of some sort of evidence admitting wrongdoing the bottom line with these sexual assault alleged sexual assaults is it was consensual. I was a powerful guy in Hollywood. Everybody knew that everybody knew I had the Cassie couch. Everybody knew to get a job in Harvey Weinstein film. You have to to get a job you'd have to give a job. Everybody knew that. And and and the attorneys will get up there in front of a jury, and they'll say, my client, I wouldn't trust my client with my wife or girlfriend anybody he's a scumbag this guy look at them, but he's not a sexual criminal. He's he didn't commit sexual assault. Because all these women knew why there were going in there. And it was a transaction. It was an to adults, and and they may even come up with people who've actually have gotten jobs because of him. I believe there's some pretty big names who've gotten gigs. You know, these actresses that come out of the woodwork? Nobody knows who they are. And all of a sudden, they're in a major motion picture, they went to the Harvey Weinstein school of casting couch. That's what happened there yet. Whenever you see those movies like who's Renee Zellweger Miramax. You'll all right. I got it. I got it. What's her body of work before Jerry Maguire, nothing the film her body body? That's the body of work. I'm just I'm not saying specifically heard allegedly. Allegedly over this whole conversation. So that's the only thing that you have to prove that these women knew what they were doing. They went up to a hotel room. They weren't forced. It's not like the only the only the only entity that would have a real good case against Harvey Weinstein where could stick would be that potted plant. He pledged himself in if the potted plant could speak clearly the evidence there, you know, what I mean, that's the only get him on. But these women the rest of them. I don't know. I like I said they're gonna make them out to be a bad guy, but not a sexual

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Ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez's murder conviction reinstated

Howie Carr

00:41 sec | 3 years ago

Ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez's murder conviction reinstated

"Skies, Massachusetts highest court today, reinstated delay Aaron Hernandez's murder conviction which was a race after the former NFL star killed himself in prison. The supreme judicial court also scrapped the legal principle that wiped out Hernandez conviction for future cases, calling it quote outdated and no longer consonant with the circumstances of contemporary life. Hernandez was convicted in two thousand fifteen of killing semi pro football player. Odin Lloyd, two years later, the twenty seven year old killed himself in his prison cell days after being acquitted of most charges in a separate double murder case, a judge throughout Hernandez conviction that year citing the legal principle that holds that a defendant convicted at trial who dies before an appeal is heard should no longer be considered guilty in the eyes of the law. Thereby returning the case where it's pretrial

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Aaron Hernandez, New England Patriots And Odin Lloyd discussed on AP Radio News

AP Radio News

00:13 sec | 3 years ago

Aaron Hernandez, New England Patriots And Odin Lloyd discussed on AP Radio News

"Massachusetts supreme court reinstated the late Aaron Hernandez's murder conviction which was erased after the former New England Patriots player killed himself in prison. Hernandez was convicted in two thousand fifteen of killing semi pro football player Odin Lloyd

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Gladiator: The story of Aaron Hernandez

Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

02:59 min | 4 years ago

Gladiator: The story of Aaron Hernandez

"Those fourteen who suicide made big headlines. I in the England boxes to kaitlin Gosling. She has the latest details as well as reaction. Palin. Aaron Hernandez was discovered dead in his prison cell by corrections officers in surely Massachusetts. Just after three o'clock this morning, a story went national Wiki news, Aaron Hernandez, the former patriots tight in committed suicide, Ellen Hernandez who was found dead in his prison isolates what was discovered written on errands, Hernandez head when he was found in that cell. On that early morning in April of two thousand seventeen Hernandez became one of a number of famous ex football players who've taken their own lives. Did his brain injuries from football contribute to his downfall? How did as many secrets, including about his sexuality shape the course of his life, Aaron Hernandez went from a star athlete to a convicted murderer to a suicide victim. What could anyone have done to prevent it. That was just a preview of gladiator, Aaron, Hernandez and football link to hear the rest of this episode subscribe to gladiator, Aaron Hernandez, and football Inc on apple podcasts, wherever you listen to podcasts or find a link in the episode notes.

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Globe's Spotlight Team Partners With Wondery for Aaron Hernandez Podcast

Young Charlie by Hollywood & Crime

03:04 min | 4 years ago

Globe's Spotlight Team Partners With Wondery for Aaron Hernandez Podcast

"Of two thousand seventeen Hernandez became one of a number of famous ex football players who've taken their own lives. Did his brain injuries from football contribute to his downfall? How did as many deep secrets, including about his sexuality shape the course of his life, Aaron Hernandez went from a star athlete to a convicted murderer to a suicide victim. What could anyone have done to prevent it? That was just a preview of gladiator, Aaron Hernandez, and football Inc to hear the rest of this episode subscribe to gladiator, Aaron, Hernandez, football, Inc on apple podcasts, wherever you listen to podcasts or find a link in the episode notes.

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Aaron Hernandez was sexually abused as young boy, report says

CBS Sports Radio

08:45 min | 4 years ago

Aaron Hernandez was sexually abused as young boy, report says

'Little Red' 1967 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 found after 50 years, could be worth millions

WBZ Morning News

00:35 sec | 4 years ago

'Little Red' 1967 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 found after 50 years, could be worth millions

"Morning to you MTA gown WBZ news top stories now New Hampshire police are actively investigating after a teenager or. Shot, at as he entered a. Portsmouth home looking for a party well it was the wrong house apparently he had the. Wrong address and started. The homeowners who were. Asleep at a time. T was not injured any book by Aaron Hernandez's lawyer is out it's called. Unnecessary roughness inside a trial and a final days of Aaron Hernandez the book includes three. Suicide notes Hernandez road the night before he died and in taxes some school systems are helping illegal immigrant children

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We've changed, Uber tells court in London license battle

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:27 min | 4 years ago

We've changed, Uber tells court in London license battle

"The streets of london uber's top brass testifying in the london courtroom arguing the ride hailing app has cleaned up its act since having its london operating license renewal rejected last september among other things it says it's now investigating more than twenty five hundred of its drivers here for such alleged offenses as sex assault stalking and dangerous driving the hearings will take three days the ultimate outcome could take years in the meantime some forty thousand dubar drivers remain on london's roads vicki barker cbs news london there's just enter the wbz newsroom there was a minor earthquake overnight a magnitude of one point three in norfolk it occurred around two thirty earlier this morning well the woman engaged to former patriots tight end aaron hernandez has given birth to a baby girl sources tell tmz shana jenkins hernandez who has a previous child with hernandez gave birth in rhode island hospital last week the father of the child is reportedly dino guilmette an amateur boxer from providence bbc news time six forty in an emotional new interview roseanne barr says she definitely feels remorse for the racist tweet that prompted abc to cancel the revival of roseanne in tearful podcast was spiritual leader rabbi shmole bo teach the embattled star claims her comment that likened former obama adviser valerie jarrett to a person created by the muslim brotherhood and planet of the apes was misinterpreted on thursday abc announced it will air a ten episode connor families sitcom without bar in it bbc news time coming up on six forty one time.

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