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"aaron mckie" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"aaron mckie" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Preview. Some say they are the eternal mortal enemy of mankind. Others say they're so similar to us that we can befriend them. Like us. They're born and they die like us. They fall in love, Marry, have Children and like us, they hate and fight and destroy. But truth be told there nothing like us. They are powerful and ancient, and they exist right alongside us in their own dimensions their own tribes in their own kingdoms. Millions of people throughout history and across continents have believed in these creatures hidden from our human eyes invisible but as real as the smokeless flames that they're created out of the gin. My name is Robert Joffrey. I'm an attorney. New York Times Best selling author and producer and co host of the popular Criminal Justice podcast, undisclosed I'm also someone who grew up in a culture rich with the legends and stories about the gin swapping gin stories like other kids swap ghost stories, both terrified and in all of them, And that's why I will be your guide into the world of the Hidden chin, a new podcast exploring the centuries of tales, tradition and belief about the supernatural beings. Created and written by me and executive produced by Aaron McKie from the hit podcast Lower The Hidden Jin will take you on a journey into a world that few of us may be aware of, but one that has existed since the dawn of time. The hidden Jin once worshipped and always feared, Join me to find out why listen and follow this podcast for free on the I heart radio app number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one app. Excuses part part on getting lost in.

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"aaron mckie" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"aaron mckie" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"Offers from hollywood. And you decided you some storming tv writing for year for me. It's about it's not so much about like what medium. I'm working in but like what the story is and if connection to the story is there. I'm there a because hollywood has more machinery and a lot more money attached to it. It comes with shinier things and you know one must always be skeptical of shiny things but i enjoyed. It was fun. I came back to theater. You know one day. My dream is to like you know. Once my kids gone through college. Like i want to be a poet like not. Make any money you know. So i'm trying to be a realist and keep my lights on. You know which. I feel very very blessed to be able to do and i think there is a lot of merit to having the widest audience. Possible but i. I know from personal experience. There's also a lot of merit telling your story to one person and it just being a really good moment you know. And so i. I'd like to think that. I can go back and forth between really shiny visible mediums and very small. Quiet whisper in the woods mediums. What was it like adapting in nights for the screen. It was really exciting to me. Because lynn had been writing in the heights for a few years before i got on board as a playwright for the stage for the stage show and i always felt like i was kind of playing catch up like he had these years on me at he. He had this time to kind of hone it in his vision before i came on board and so when when it came time for me to write the screenplay lincoln i have that time now like can i just do my thing with it for a minute and he was more than happy to oblige because he trusted me at that point and also because he was working on hamilton was quite busy and so i feel like i got my time and i got to sink my teeth into some things that felt really personal to me especially with like beefing up the the women the female characters i made the screenplay to be about a male storyteller which snobby but he's telling the story of the women on his block and i wanted to really bring that more to the surface. One of my favorite Plays that you. Britain is missy like hell the play that you ruin you musician. Aaron mckie i saw thought at the public's and just i just wept actually. What with my dear friend. Terry teach out. Her is the the the credit for the wall street journal. And you know he's a tough guy and were sitting next to each other at won't wait. He just wet like baby. He was just sobbing. And.

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"aaron mckie" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"aaron mckie" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Of mankind. Others say they're so similar to us that we can befriend them. Like us. They're born and they die like us. They fall in love, Marry, have Children and like us, they hate and fight and destroy. But truth be told there nothing like us. They are powerful and ancient, and they exist right alongside us in their own dimensions their own tribes in their own kingdoms. Millions of people throughout history and across continents have believed in these creatures hidden from our human eyes invisible but as real as the smokeless flames that they're created out of the gin. My name is Robert Joffrey. I'm an attorney. New York Times Best selling author and producer and co host of the popular Criminal Justice podcast, undisclosed But I'm also someone who grew up in a culture rich with the legends and stories about the gin swapping gin stories like other kids swap ghost stories, both terrified and in all of them. And that's why I will be your guide into the world of the Hidden Jin, a new podcast, exploring the centuries of tales, tradition and belief about these supernatural beings. Created and written by me and executive produced by Aaron McKie. From the hit podcast Lower The Hidden Jin will take you on a journey into a world that few of us may be aware of, but one that has existed since the dawn of time. The hidden Jin once worshipped and always feared. Join me to find out why. Listen and follow this podcast for.

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"aaron mckie" Discussed on They Called This a Movie

They Called This a Movie

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"aaron mckie" Discussed on They Called This a Movie

"He decides that he doesn't need to go to oprah and he's going to help darren out because he took the. He took a shortcut in solving his problem so he wasn't really cured so he heads back you. I know your notes but you missed a terrible indian guy. Is the call center person for computer problems joke short on the airport. Reginald took a second job so he goes back and he talks He talks darren into standing up for himself for his with his mom and he does so. Then he's able to go back out on the ice and he plays well again right And then at the end it's tied up he. He scores a goal with eight seconds. Left to tie up and then he's about to almost score as time is expiring and then rob blake gives trips them so he gets a penalty shot with one second left and then right before he does the penalty. Schott what cock comes up to him and sykes them out by saying basically insinuating that his ex wife current wife took one look at his dick. He's got a big dick everybody and said damn because that was what she said to him once when they kissed for the first time or some stupid bullshit like that. So you get freaked out again and petka has to do something to distract him so oh god he gets elephants because oh yeah this entire movie. He rides an elephant got one elephant. We're the second elephant came at the The zoo is not that sorta circus okay. So then he brings out both elephants onto the ice and they fuck. Do we do that. Distracts darren enough to do get to the penalty shot and he scores the goal. And everybody's happy because he wins because he doesn't go through the five whole lacob because he's got a cock as a short five whole that was and they sell braids and then goes back home to herron hereon martinez or whatever. It was called kieser stor. Aaron mckie stor and they have a bollywood type. Fi- finale as they saying. Steve miller band's joker joker for no reason ruined a few good songs in this movie. And yeah i one hundred percent think and just because of the way i think mike myers wrote this movie that he one hundred percent named the character. Maurice make the joke in this song at the very the. Yeah because he goes by petco the entire rest of the movie except for a couple of times they call him. Maurice just could say some people call me. Maurice definitely when i watched this first time. That's what i was thinking. I was like yeah. He worked backwards on that. One thing you miss in your notes there was the worst coal back to. Anything that i've seen is way scores. The first goal is by shooting the puck in the air like pick ahead thrown the bottle in the air and the bar fight. Sort of distracted people right. Yes i'm like..

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"aaron mckie" Discussed on Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"aaron mckie" Discussed on Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

"A cooked meal a warm coat. Things that mattered from people who cared for someone in need. When aaron was fairly young family went through another of those rough patches as a result they had to move around and bit by nineteen forty eight. They were in tennessee in a rough neighborhood which meant that. He was quickly known as the poor kid from the wrong side of the tracks. It seems that then just like today where you lived said a lot about who you were. Even when that message was wrong of course erin had friends who were better off. One of them was a boy named jimmy who lived in a much nicer part of town at school. They had a lot of laughs and enjoyed each other's company. Kids have fewer prejudices and it showed in their friendship. But jimmy's mother didn't care for the neighborhood where errands family lived so she made it clear to her son that the poor boy was never allowed in their house after all he might steal something right. Well it happened one day in nineteen fifty that jimmy had some relatives come to stay for awhile at their house. His uncle lonzo green was a country singer and to jimmy was like welcoming royalty in the house he beamed with pride and couldn't help but tell all of his friends about it and that included erin which prompted a request you see. Aaron had somehow come into possession of a guitar but he had no idea how to tune it. So knowing. jimmy's uncle was a musician. He pressured the friend to go home and ask if he could visit just to get help with his guitar. Uncle lonzo agreed as long as they didn't break the rules so jimmy told to meet them outside on the sidewalk. And that's where lonzo. I met him a shy boy with dark hair and southern accent with a ratty old guitar over his shoulder. They made small talk. Lonzo represented everything. This teenage boy. One it to be so there was a lot of that And wonder you might expect. The singer asked if he knew how to tune the instrument and the boy shook his head so he showed them right there outside. Jimmy's house the pair. Really hit it off too soon enough. An hour had flown by lonzo. Had his own guitar with them. Any played through a number of songs on it singing along as he did. There were ballads gospel songs. Even some stuff. He'd written on his own and erin loved every minute of it even learned a few chords in the process but when they were done aaron had to leave. There was no way. Jimmy's mother was going to let him inside and it was getting late. And i'm going to be honest with you. It head with felt pretty demoralizing to be rejected like that just because he didn't have as much as others. It worked out ok. Though aaron kept practicing and within a couple of years he was good enough to feel like he should step into a recording studio in august of nineteen fifty three. He did just that recording two songs that he had put onto a record. He intended to give to his mother soon enough though word about his talented spread. Although it wasn't just his guitar that people were drawn to it was his voice. There was something special about it about him. And the world was slowly noticing that yes he was the poor kid from the wrong side of the tracks but that was all about the change today. There's hardly a home in the country that his voice hasn't entered despite the rules laid out by. Jimmy's mother and over the years has music propelled him to legendary status. He holds the record for the most billboard top forty songs at one hundred fifteen and is sold more than one hundred forty six million albums worldwide. Which of course makes sense after all erin was the king elvis and pressley. I hope you've enjoyed today's guided tour of the cabinet of curiosities. Subscribe for free on apple podcasts or learn more about the show by visiting curiosities. Podcast dot com. The show was created by me. Aaron mckie in partnership with. How stuff works. I make another award. Winning show called lor which is a podcast book series and television show and you learn all about it over at the world of lor dot com and until next time stay curious..

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"aaron mckie" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"aaron mckie" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Say they are the eternal mortal enemy of mankind. Others say they're so similar to us that we can befriend them. Like us. They're born and they die like us. They fall in love, Marry, have Children and like us, they hate and fight and destroy. But truth be told there nothing like us. They are powerful and ancient, and they exist right alongside us in their own dimensions their own tribes in their own kingdoms. Millions of people throughout history and across continents have believed in these creatures hidden from our human eyes invisible but as real as the smokeless flames that they're created out of the gin. My name is Robert Joffrey. I'm an attorney. New York Times Best selling author and producer and co host of the popular Criminal Justice podcast, undisclosed But I'm also someone who grew up in a culture rich with the legends and stories about the gin swapping gin stories like other kids swap ghost stories, both terrified and in all of them. And that's why I will be your guide into the world of the Hidden Jin, a new podcast exploring the centuries of tales, tradition and belief about these supernatural beings created and written by me and executive produced by Aaron McKie from the hit podcast Lower The Hidden Jin will take you on a journey into a world that few of us may be aware of. But one that has existed since the dawn of time. The hidden Jin once worshipped and always feared. Join me to find out why listen and follow this podcast for free on the I heart radio app number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one app. Records milestones first last and everything in between. What happened today in sports history on I Heart radio. Howdy, their fellow sports fans. It's Andy Wes. Let's look back on this day in sports history June eight. Start today in 1966, with the National Football League and the American Football League merge. Under the merger agreement, the new league would be called the NFL and split into the American Football Conference, the A F C and the National Football Conference. The NFC The first Super Bowl between the two leagues took place at the end of the 66 season, though it took until the 1970 season for the league's to unite their operations and integrate their regular season schedules. Today in 1989, the Pittsburgh Pirates scored 10 Runs in the first inning, their best innings since 1942, prompting pirates broadcaster Jim Rooker to say that he would walk back to Pittsburgh from Philadelphia. If the Pirates lost. Well, you know what happened? The Phillies beat the Pirates, 15 to 11 and Rooker did make good on his promise, which he did at the end of the season. He started on October 5th of that same year from Philly and ended walking on October 17th at three River Stadium in Pittsburgh. And today in 2018, the Golden State Warriors win their third title in four years with the one Oh 8 85 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers for Afford and nothing. Series sweep. Kevin Durant is named the finals MVPs Now you know today in sports history on I Har Radio. Mm Oh, And then there was no question. Roger that. This is the schnitzel shell. Yeah. What we have here is a failure to communicate. I guess I could play the scene from from Cool hand Luke. Of course. That's where You know the the Burbage. That's where that line.

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"aaron mckie" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

Pop Culture Leftovers

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"aaron mckie" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

"I kinda clutched the table with my right hand. I'm kidding i didn't do that. That's fucked you wanted it to be true idea. I felt like i was making everybody uncomfortable. I was like oh my. I gotta tell you guys that didn't happen i i don't know listening to be very careful with my giggle placement. Oh you gotta bring that out pa. We can talk off air that i was not offended by anything that you said giggle. St i know i know giggles man. Yeah yeah i'm scared. Even talk about anything personal now with you because you'll just fucking shit on it like they'll talk to bring bringing up like the day i found my grandmother died or something new the over there. You're over there. Just fucking like chuckling. Yeah i'll get over ten minutes ago shoes. You should fucking ada dude do. She was all sure she was like what you are a cold hearted son of bitch belly and sell south philadelphia strong raise. I'm very much like you know My brother joel cattleman brothers by blood. This guy down by the streets. You know you've got to bring up that fucking movie again. I it to jacob trysted off air but when during spiral they were doing they. Do those transitional shots of the city and obviously they never specified where they were always at metro police but all the shots they showed like the said like metropolis was center city philadelphia so again another pop culture appearance by me where we have a marginal quality movie place in my hometown. It's great what was the best. I'm curious like because i was like what the basketball phantom like in two thousand back when iverson was fucking. Just oh man. So that harry in that team i mean i know. They had a great team. They had a good team but man. I like aaron mckie. George lynch Eric's eric snow. Eric snow ratliff that season. Toni kukoc bulls he was. He was on the team. It was i was a. She's so that was two thousand. And one i. I was in sixth grade. It was it was was it. Was i vividly. Remember that game. One of that series the only one that the sixers one against the lakers. yeah there is like a phillies. Add another game going on the same time at home so there was like a really active sports i. It was an awesome awesome season and depending on how people follow sports. Now it's probably the best six or season since then so It's a basketball town There's seven eight college basketball teams in philadelphia itself. There's a lot of inner city Rivalries and stuff like that. It's really cool. So that the tyron loose step like you know and he got just. I haven't see shirt of the picture with him. Stepping over tyrod low. It was really cool about tyrod blue. Obviously he went on to be a coach and things like that. He's actually really cool about that moment. He doesn't like hate on it yeah. He's very embraced as being that was that was a great moment for tyrel new because it put them at the the world stage for the first time when they had him guarding iverson because he was the only one that could guard at that time there now and it went on to serve..

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"aaron mckie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"aaron mckie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Some say they are the eternal mortal enemy of mankind. Others say they're so similar to us that we could befriend them. Like us. They're born and they die like us. They fall in love, Marry, have Children and like us, they hate and fight and destroy. But truth be told, they're nothing like us. They are powerful and ancient, and they exist right alongside us and their own dimensions, their own tribes and their own kingdoms. Billions of people throughout history and across continents have believed in these creatures hidden from our human eyes. Invisible. But as real as the smoke was flames that they're created out of gin. My name is Rob each Audrey I'm Attorney. New York Times bestselling author and producer and co host of the popular Criminal Justice podcast, undisclosed I'm also someone who grew up in a culture rich with the legends and stories about the Djinn swapping gym stories like other kids swap ghost stories, both terrified and in all of them. And that's why I will be your guide into the world of the hidden gin. A new podcast, exploring the centuries of pales tradition and belief about these supernatural beings. Created and written by me, an executive produced by Aaron McKie. From the hit podcast lore. The Hidden Jin will take you on a journey into a world that few of us may be aware of, but one that has existed since the dawn of time. The hidden Jin once worshiped and always feared. Join me to find out why. Thin and follow this podcast for free on the I heart radio app number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one app. Is a new loan.

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"aaron mckie" Discussed on Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"aaron mckie" Discussed on Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

"That totally beats where i was for that day. He was just chilling at home. Yeah i was in the persian gulf. Sunday one Need to go back at bay. That's it maybe that's the key. Maybe we'll do like a remote. No shoot of the podcast. Dan in the persian gulf. When they if they go to the play offs. You just go there to stay there until they went to world series against get on a paddle boat and just sit there in the middle of it and just hope it's crazy so many people don't really realize like people always make fun of people who love sports that much. But i'm always like i used. Don't get it like if the knicks ever wanted to nba championship. I don't care if i'm forty or fifty. I'm gonna just run down the street. Just oh it's a big deal human from the top of my lungs especially when your team is usually like let's dow show all of a sudden they're good and they're they're great. It's like it makes your life like so much more fun. Yeah i always like when when people if i tell people a might teams in they always have that reaction of like. Oh why like. Oh they're awfully who cares. I've i've lived through this. This is my life like why washington because like fucking only like two sixers. Why 'cause they're good yeah. I trusted the process. And it's going to be so many kids now who are going to grow up and not be fans of certain teams because of the way phantom is now especially with basketball like if you basketball kids become fans and players now teams so like people are. Lebron fans are people are durant fans in there wherever it goes. And i've just never been that. I'm like i'm not gonna do that. I've been a knicks fan. Since i was ten years old. So yeah like like my my favorite players jordan always. I think every kid growing up was jordan but my team was the sixers. i'm talking. You know alan iverson Guiding everson you know george. It was aaron mckie eric. Snow until like those sixers and they got their ass handed to them by the lakers and then we had to go through all those struggles to finally get to where we need where we are now..

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"aaron mckie" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"aaron mckie" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Infinity has a one point lead 20 to 19 7 55 left in the first half Bear cat basketball brought to you in part. Your local Toyota dealers visit by a Toyota calm for all Toyota offers Toyota Let's go Places David to Julius four points, three rebounds to assist playing his part. Defensive rebound, trying to grab the rebound and push the pace. But he needs to find a way to get to the whole. Obviously, he's he comes down, and he does. A little herky jerky left the right cross over to loosen up the defender to see if he's gonna play him a certain way. Then he needs to penetrate that zone and they need more movement there just standing around, and that's going to help the temple defense gain some confidence when there's no movement to defend. Cincinnati fell behind 92 the bear Cats have a one point lead now, 22 19. Both of these teams being led by second year head coach is John Brandon for Cincinnati. Aaron McKie for the Temple Owls, former 17th pick in the NBA draft. Guy who had a 13 year NBA career. Awaiting toe inbounds, the ball the way for the thriller song to Go off first, You know the Michael Jackson ceremony going on here? Yeah. But let's take a look at Michael Adams. Woods, who is playing a tremendous defensive game hasn't scored a point yet, but on too fast break opportunities where he was the lone defender. He stopped them both times. Will be the trigger man from the baseline in the front court bear cats have 11 seconds.

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"aaron mckie" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"aaron mckie" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The home of the UC bear cats. Let's take a look. A temple starting lineup. It is delivered by your hometown dominoes get a large five topping and an order Bread twist for only 15 95 4 carry out the Owls or four in five under second year head coach Aaron McKie. At guard, a 65 red shirt freshman from Kinston, North Carolina. Damian done, He leads the team in scoring at 14.1 that 1/10 best in the American at Point guard, a 65 freshman from Chicago. Jeremiah Williams, not a big score. He's averaging 7.6 points, but he is third in the conference in assists, dishing out five per game at forward, a 69 senior from Greensboro, North Carolina. We've seen a lot of this guy over the years JP Mormon he averages just under eight points, pulls down six rebounds per game. Also it forward a 67 senior from Baltimore. Of Andre Perry. He's averaging eight points in five boards, and the final forward in the starting lineup is a 69 junior from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, a transfer from Indiana. Jake Forrester. He's averaging 10 points and he is temples leading rebounder at 6.7. We do not have Cincinnati starting lineup yet again. We know that the bear cats are not going to be at full strength. We know that at least one walk on is likely to play tonight. But Coach Brandon is going to hold off on sharing those details with Temple and with us until we're closer. Tip off, So we will have those details coming up shortly. I will talk to coach Brandon when we continue. This is bear cat basketball. Presented by you create a news radio 700 wlw. Ready to make history with Honda Get a PR 0% for the first time ever at your Cincinnati northern Kentucky, Honda dealers save big on 2020 and 2021. CR V's in H R. V s and the New 2021 pilot all starting at 0% A P. R. Jump start the New year with this can't miss offer test drive a brand new 100 today and experienced these favorites for yourself. Or shop online.

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"aaron mckie" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:50 min | 2 years ago

"aaron mckie" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm Elsa Chang in Los Angeles and I'm Mary Louise Kelly in Washington. The second Senate impeachment trial of Donald Trump is set to begin in one week. Today. House impeachment managers and Trump's legal team. Both filed briefs to the Senate in preparation. NPR Justice correspondent Ryan Lucas has been reading through them Both. He's here now, you, Brian either, All right, let's start with the brief from the House impeachment managers. It ran 80 pages. What is the case that they lay out in those 80 pages in favor of impeachment? Well, they really give us the most detailed look yet at the case that they want to make. They build a narrative that begins before the election and comes to a deadly crescendo in January, 6 with the insurrection at the Capitol in their brief, the House managers point out that back in the summer, Trump refused to commit to a peaceful transfer of power. And then, after the election for weeks, Trump was pushing baseless claims of election fraud. They say that he fed lies to his supporters that made them think that they were the victims of some massive conspiracy. And they say that he then summoned his supporters to D. C on January 6th, and that's where he took to the stage near the White House and told them to quote, fight like hell. The manor states say Trump whip the crowd into a frenzy and aim them quote like a loaded cannon down Pennsylvania Avenue at the capital. They say he incited the mob. They say he did nothing to call it off on. They say that he violated his oath of office and deserves to be convicted and barred from office. Okay. And what is Trump's legal team, saying they have found an answer to this article of impeachment. So Trump's lawyers David, shown in Bruce Castor junior, argue, first and foremost that the proceedings are in their view unconstitutional Because Trump is no longer in office. They say the Constitution requires that a person be in office to be impeached. And since Trump is out of office, the trial is in their words, Quote. A legal melody. I'll note that some legal scholars would agree with them on that point. Many legal scholars, however, would not. It is a point of debate. It's a point, however, that appears to resonate with importantly, Senate Republicans. Since in a procedural vote last week, 45 of them voted that impeaching a former president was unconstitutional. Okay, so underscoring the point there that we are once again when it comes to Donald Trump in uncharted waters. We did expect, though, that his defense team was going to raise this issue of constitutionality did their brief also get into rebutting some of the charges that the House managers made these false claims of election fraud. They did get into the president's claims of election fraud, but it was not a focus of their brief. His legal team says that Trump exercised his first Amendment right to free speech when he questioned the election results. But they argued that there's insufficient evidence to conclude that what Trump said was actually false. They don't bring up the fact that one court after another shot down the Trump campaign's legal challenges to the vote, though instead his lawyers in their brief spend more time denying the allegations against their client. They deny that trump inside of the mob. They deny that he violated his oath of office. They argued that all of his statements are protected by the First Amendment. That's a point. I'll note that the House managers today tackle directly and argued that incitement to violence is not protected. Speak, all right. Meanwhile, we are going to see how this all works out one week from today when the trial actually begins. What else happens between now and then? Trump's lawyers will have a chance to file a trial brief by next Monday. That will likely be more fulsome than the case we saw today, but it's worth repeating. Ultimately, the question of whether Trump should be convicted and removed from office is up to the senator's alone. They alone will make that call. All right. And PR's Ryan Lucas reporting Thank you, Ryan. Thank you. The college basketball world, has lost a pioneering coach John Chaney. He died on Friday at the age of 89. Chaney was born in Jacksonville, Florida, but he was an adopted son of Philadelphia, where he spent his life coaching basketball, including 24 years at Temple University. And he was, in the words of Tyler times and avatar of black resilience, achievement and daring conviction. Times is a staff writer for the ringer and joins us Now. Welcome. How you doing Good. You know, your piece is titled The Gospel of John Chaney. What exactly was John Chaney's gospel In your view? Well, you know to me is somebody who grew up in north side of Philly in the nineties going into early two thousands. You know, the gospel of John Chaney. Woz. Really the book that all Philadelphians read by, you know, we are small city with a brash big heart and a, you know some people would describe in a blue collar town. Somebody like John Chaney, a son of Jacksonville adopted by the city, and we could become the best player in the public school leagues in the fifties, when he didn't have an opportunity. Go to the N B. A is an all American. You think of a guy who just adopted our style immediately and brought into the national forefront. Those temple teams were tough. They're ready to punch you in the mouth. They played a strong matchup zone. Tainted with an avatar for the city. He was us. You know, he was adopted by our city. But he became one of us overnight and 24 years. A temple university. He had folks thinking it was the hbcu. Yeah, like you right in your piece, Quote. For what felt like my entire life. There was no better brawler on behalf of the black athlete than Cheney. He made the entire country believe in the excellence of black boys for gotten by major universities, Industries, cities and the rest. Of the world. I mean being someone from North Philadelphia. Tell us like what did Coach Chaney mean to the Black boys? A Philly? You know, he's one of us Public league superstar. A guy who into an hbcu came back made Cheyney University of Division two and another Hbcu outside of Philly into a national champion. And so not only was he somebody who came in adopted our swag adopted who we were as a person as a city. But then he started to transform the mechanisms that were truly near and dear to North Philadelphia. He didn't back away. From that moment. You put your hands in the community You gave food out to people who needed it. You help people who didn't have homes. He was just genuinely a nice guy, a warm spirit, and he loved hard for a lot of those kids like Aaron McKie Mark making Chris Clark Guys like that. He took them in. He made them ballplayers. They ended up You know, I am a key, of course, ended up going to the MBA. And now he is the head coach of Temple University's basketball program. And so it's a full life cycle and I'm just happy coach Chaney was able to see as he referred to them. One of his sons take over and help continue to build the legacy he set forward. Well. Part of Cheney's passion was also the fact that he could be confrontational, like there was this time he charged at the coach of an opposing team, John Calipari shouting..

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"aaron mckie" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"aaron mckie" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Christine Williams said. Basketball world lost a legend on Friday. Here is Kevin Negandhi. John Chaney was born in Jacksonville, Florida in 1932, growing up in a neighborhood known as the Black bottom. Chaney's family moved to Philadelphia when he was a young teenager and his love for the game of basketball grew in high school, where he was the Philadelphia publicly player of the year in 1951. A few years later, he played for the Harlem Globetrotters and in the Eastern Pro League at a time when black players were not allowed to play in the end. A Chinese biggest impact was in coaching. He led Cheyney University, a historically black school in suburban Philly, to the 1978 Division to national championship and was named the division to National coach of the Year twice in 1982 at age 50. The course of his career changed as he was named the head coach at Temple University, and he turned the Al's into a national power. He detested turnovers. His suffocating matchup zone. Defense and dawn practices were well documented. But his fiery personality on the sidelines often grab the headlines like the incident. 1994 would John Calipari after a heated one point loss against U Mass. Chinese frustration boiled over in a postgame news conference as Calipari was criticizing the three officials in the game. Cheney and Calipari eventually patched things up and became good friends and supporters of each other. Anyone anytime anywhere that became the mantra at Temple as Cheney was never afraid to schedule the top teams in the country on a yearly basis. He was AH Hall of Fame coach who won over 700 games at 17 and see Double a tournament trips and five elite eight appearances. But he will forever be remembered for being a father figure to many of his players like current Temple coach Aaron McKie, Eddie Jones and Mark Macon, and so many more he recruited overlook teenagers from tough neighborhoods and taught them life lessons. During his early morning practices. Cheney and John Thompson battle the NC double a standardized testing requirements for years specifically against rules known as Prop 42 prop 48. John Chaney wasn't just the coach. He opened the door to a better life for many young men who came from nothing. As Gandhi.

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"aaron mckie" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"aaron mckie" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Later, he played for the Harlem Globetrotters and in the Eastern Pro League at a time when black players were not allowed to play in the end. A Chinese biggest impact was in coaching. He led Cheyney University of historically Black School in suburban Philly to the 1978 Division to national championship and was named the division to National coach of the Year twice in 1982 at age 50. The course of his career changed as he was named the head coach at Temple University, and he turned the Al's into a national power. He detested turnovers. His suffocating matchup zone. Defense and dawn practices were well documented. But his fiery personality on the sidelines often grab the headlines like the incident 1994 with John Calipari. After a heated one point loss against U Mass. Cheney's frustration boiled over in a postgame news conference as Calipari was criticizing the three officials in the game. Cheney and Calipari eventually patched things up and became good friends and supporters of each other. Anyone anytime anywhere that became the mantra at Temple as Cheney was never afraid to schedule the top teams in the country on a yearly basis. It was a Hall of Fame coach who won over 700 games with 17 NC double a tournament trips and five elite eight appearances. But he will forever be remembered for being a father figure to many of his players like current Temple coach Aaron McKie, Eddie Jones and Mark Macon, and so many more he recruited overlook teenagers from tough neighborhoods and taught them life lessons during his early morning practices. Cheney and John Thompson battle the NC double a standardized testing requirements for years specifically against rules. Known his prop 42 prop 48. John Chaney wasn't just the coach. He opened the door to a better life for many young men who came from nothing as Gandhi.

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"aaron mckie" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:06 min | 2 years ago

"aaron mckie" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Delivered on. Both karl malone has struggled From time to time during the course of this tournament any seemed to disappear and he has not been as a power forward. The guy taking the ball to the basket. What your speculation on that. Well i think he needs to go to the basket. I can't get into his head. But i know that he figures he should be an unstoppable player. the bulls. Do not have a good matchup for him. I think he's too strong for rodman too. Quick for longley and too big for anybody else to to try to cover him but he has not been carl below that the rest of the league season and maybe a large part of. That's rodman maybe it's It was his for his his lack of success at the line last year. Maybe it's the bulls defense is so good. He can't get the ball where he wants to get it. It's probably a little bit of all those. Also when i take a look at karl malone as great season as he has during the course of the regular season he seems to struggle in the postseason is he closed. Maybe being marked as a guy. That can't get done. Come postseason and a championship series. Well all i know is is any team in the league would love to have him on the team and There's a lot more that goes into the success of a frontcourt player especially than than just putting it all on him You do have to get the guy the ball where he wants it He catches get to get a rebound and dribbled it up himself. Shoot it like michael can do if he if he wants to. Change the game I i wouldn't be that hard on him but At the same time he hasn't been the mvp the last two years By his performance in the in the finals and the paul that i like him a little bit to david robinson i think is just a wonderful player. But he's accused of being soft. And i think david robinson is a much more productive player when he has somebody. That's up there do the dirty work and i think maybe karl malone even though he is a power forward if he has compliment up front on the front line then i think he is a more effective player well everybody needs good players around them One of the great things about bill russell from the from another era was how he made everybody a better player by having complementary skills and and bringing out the best in everyone. And that's one of the big signs of a superstar to but remember when russell was winning championships. They only eight teams in the league and Now twenty nine teams. Everybody's above but the team that wins the championship. And i think that's One of the things. That's both great and messed up about america these days one more question about the playoffs before we break here and start talking to basketball on the nba. And your future and that is if you're jerry. Sloan you walk into that locker room before game number five you down. Three games to one. What is it that you tell your team to do that night. You just say look we win this one game and we go back. We have the advantage because we have two games at home. It's always played all season for. Everybody knows you've got to win at least one road game in the finals to if you expect to win it. This is our last chance to win a road game. Let's go out there and let it rip. Show him how the jazz play. I was talking the other night with aaron mckie because he comes out of philadelphia and i said aaron. What is it about the playground game. That makes it so special. And you can just hear the passion in his In his voice when you play the games and used to play during the summer what Then basketball's fun. That's all you get to meet different people and and go out there and play and and I mean what. What else would you rather be doing it. It's just great as a player. Paul westfall helped the sons reach their first. Nba finals against boston game. Five of that series is called the greatest game ever played. Paul westphal gone but never forgotten on swords filon. Hello and welcome back to the ronnie do each tax program on the line is paul from california. Hi paul what's your tax problem today. Hi ronnie love your show listen. I've got a big problem. You see my paycheck was garnish last week and only get half the normal amount to make matters worse. The irs froze my bank account list of embarrassed and scared. I need some help. Listen paul you'll need to feel embarrassed. You just need some tax help and the great news is the. Irs has some unbelievable programs that can eliminate your tax debt. So you don't have to worry about having your paycheck garnished or your bank levied. Doesn't that sound great. 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"aaron mckie" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:24 min | 2 years ago

"aaron mckie" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"To the antics. What did you hear what daniele had to say were they. Don't have to go around and be questioned about how come they didn't win this game. How come it's more you know rise during this was on that and i think the team does that is and and and i. You can't say de all dentist some of it. They have to let him do some of the things that he does. I mean he's been on the team three years and they put up with this law. They they know they do and and they let him do it. you know. That's part of their team. I think as long as he helps them out there on the court and he's there for day in and day out and get those rebounds. I pretty much don't they. They really care too much what he does and i suppose you do have to let him do what he wants to do. Otherwise if you bottle him up your when he does explode. Aren't you fall well. He's a pretty unique individual to say the least. And i think that when they signed him they knew there was a lot of baggage that would come along and they also knew he could rebound in. He's he's delivered on both counts. Karl malone has struggled from time to time during the course of this tournament and he has seemed to disappear and he has not been as a power for the guy taking the ball to the basket on that. Well i think he needs to go to the basket more. I can't get into his head. But i i know that he figures he should be an unstoppable player. the bulls do not have a good match up for him. I think he's strong for rodman too. Quick for longley and too big for anybody else to try to cover him but he has not been the carl malone at the rest of the league season and Maybe a large part of. that's rodman. maybe it's It was his for his his lack of success at the line last year. Maybe it's the bulls defense is so good. He can't get the ball where he wants to get. It's probably a little bit of all those. Also when i take a look at karl malone as great greatest season as he has during the course of the regular season he seems to struggle in the postseason. Is he close to maybe being marked a guy that can't get done come postseason in a championship series Well all i know is any team in the league would love to have him on the team and There's a lot more that goes into the successive front court player especially than than just putting it all on him You do have to get the guy the ball where he wants it He can't get a rebound dribbled it up himself and shoot it. Like michael can do if he if he wants to change the game I wouldn't be that hard on him but At the same time he hasn't been the mvp the last two years By his performance in the in the finals and the other thing too paul is that i like in him. A little bit to david robinson is just a wonderful player. But he's been accused of being soft. And i think david robinson is a much more productive player when he has somebody that's up there to do the dirty work and i think maybe karl malone even though he is a power forward if he has some complement upfront on the front line then i think he is a more effective player Everybody needs good players around them One of the great things about bill russell from the from another era was how he made everybody a better player by having complementary skills and bringing out the best in everyone. And that's one of the big signs of superstar to but remember was winning championships. They only had eight teams in the league and Now with twenty nine teams. Everybody's above but the team that wins the championship. And i think that's one of the things that's both great and messed up about america. These days one more question about the playoffs before we break here and start talking to basketball in the nba. And your future. And that is if you're jerry. Sloan you walk into that locker room before game number five you down. Three games to one. What is it that you your team to do that. Night You just say look we win this one game and we go back. We have the advantage because we have two games at home. It's what we've played all season for. Everybody knows you've got at least one road game in the finals to if you expect to win it this is our last chance to win a road game. Let's go out there and let it rip. Let's show him how the jazz play i. I was talking the other night with aaron mckie because he comes out of philadelphia and i said aaron. What is it about the playground. Game that makes it so special and you can just hear the passion in his In his voice when you play the game and used to play during the summer what made it so special for you. Then basketball's fun. That's all you get to meet different people and and go out there and play and What else would you rather be doing it. It's just great as a player. Paul westphal helped sons reach their first. Nba finals against boston game. Five of that series. It's called the greatest game ever played. Paul westfall gone but never forgotten on sports filon. Hello and welcome back to the ronnie do each tax program on the line is paul from california. Hi paul what's your tax problem today. Irony ronnie love. Your show listen. I've got a big problem. See my paycheck was gorgeous last week and only get half the normal amount to make matters. Worse the irs froze my bank account. Listen embarrassed and scared. I need some help. Listen paul you'll need to feel embarrassed. He just need some tax help and the great news is the. Irs has some unbelievable programs that can eliminate your tax debt. So you don't have to worry about having your paycheck garnished or your bank levied. Doesn't that sound great. 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"aaron mckie" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:38 min | 2 years ago

"aaron mckie" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Johnny joins us on sports. Byline john of course. The hall of fame basketball coach two time national coach of the year. And if you take a look at his career. Twenty four seasons as the head coach at temple the winning basketball coach at temple university and when he walked away from the sport the only thing i wondered about john was whether retirement was going to be tough for you or not. How has it been while. I tell you what i've i've joked think next. But in the meantime picked up another very terrible sport and that's trying to learn how to play golf. It's a conflict sport now. If you were a lot of poor people don't play that. The frustrating sport for one thing is that you know having coached all these huge of a tendency to blame. You're losing to somebody and and got a failing spoke. I'm not used to a lot of care what you do. You just have to put that score in perspective and and garage and just have fun. But i broken up. Two or three sets of clubs. I'll tell you but when you walked away from it. What did you think retirement was going to be like. And how has it been similar to or different from what you thought. I was going to be like john. I've talked to so many of my friends You know but many of my friends are are find other ways to get involved into work in other areas In do things sunny hill works with the seventy sixers and cosby. He's always Involved in something trying to trying to change the dynamics in in this city of philadelphia with kids and families and whatnot billy cunningham talk to Over and over and He's another friend of mine. He's involved with the wilt chamberlain scholarship fund. Like i am and we've we've been trying to overcome this problem in this city right now. We've had three hundred yolks just being shot the de culture that's being developed here and We find ourselves in a situation where we've been talking to kids. We're talking turn wrong. People the kids that we find in our audience not committing the crimes. That is the biggest problem that you have when you go out and talk to young people and talk to people about changing this culture. You find that high schools. Now is the jailhouse that that that is the new high school. For so many of our kids we go into a jewish system and and we go into a situation where kids get into the into the criminal justice system already get the names written five six hundred kids in there. Being one wants to get into criminal justice system they can't get out source revolving door for them back to crime and back into the courthouse. And that's something that we've been working on trying to get off the done. Nothing can be changed until you can change culture in this country john. Did you use basketball as a coach at temple in basketball in general as a cultural Vehicle to try to change the attitude because you took on a lot of kids that that did have some problems and you mold them. You gave them disciplined. You gave them direction. You them a purpose and i always sensed the john chainey. That was one of the things that he used basketball for. You wrote what we have right now. We have A scholarship a typical. And give you a perfect example. I'm involved with two scholarships one which aaron mckie eddie jones two of my polo players gave me a million dollars for scholarships for kids. It's way up close to me now. And every time we go out to give a scholarship up we find that we can't find a qualified person who the mayor in the city of philadelphia. We've extended live discussion. We've given us given. We've been covering up to two females all chamberlain scholarship which sunny hill billy cunningham and and and many of us are are involved in this Barbara table in los angeles. We have this scholarship right here in the city and for the last five years we've given a scholarship to female. We can't find young men qualified to receive it. We don't wanna drop Qualifications dropped it the criteria. But the problem that we find is is that we find so many of our young people involved in other areas which dealt lead toward a proper education. And i've been involved in this and it just as busy thanking. I'm always writing down things and putting into in my book trying to find a solution and trying to find some answers a meeting with billy cunningham and cosby one day next week to see what is it we can do. What terminable plan. Can we execute make this change. We're trying to keep away from politicians. There is a one politician. There is a one form of government in this country. Gotta done anything that make a change. You name me one thing that leads toward a major change. All doing just lie to you john. You're right about that. And i agree one hundred percent. What can sports do that. Really other institutions can't do in your mind. It's gotta be a major major understanding that you can come up with all kinds of cliches like leave no child behind when you when you when you when you come with that solution and people buying to those things what they do is they give the money to to the ones who passed the test scores. What the hell happened to the kids. Who passed what are we doing with them. Just a negative approach. Educating our kids. I've travel all over the world. The web travel they have academies. Were kids go. On the kaddoumi's we're talking about public education. Which is funded by the government. japan. I've gone into australia a bit into argentina. I've been into a mexico puerto rico. What they do this. They have academies kids. Go to school. Six days a week not would get involved in sports but to get involved in in the academic aspects of allies and they have coaches that are wisdom in the afternoon. So dear but if you don't change this culture around now the athletes or giving their time and energies and efforts immunities give them money talking to the wrong people. We we've had fifty kids kill. Been the last two months we had three longer last year. In the city of one i'm saying is is that you can't keep giving concerts because the people is coming and the people is coming and giving the money that time and the energy talking to the wrong there's no gang members body sitting in the audience..

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