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"adam marcus" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

07:31 min | 3 months ago

"adam marcus" Discussed on NFL Live

"Who can make things right for carson wentz. It does not have to be an offensive guy. It has to be someone who we. We've heard adam schefter say like. What is the ambitious vision. Now if it is a todd. Bowles robert sala. Who are you bringing with you as offense coordinator. That's the big question if it is an offensive guy great but the question is who's your defensive coordinator but if you're going to sign the defensive guy a guy like todd robert sola you have to figure out who the offense coordinator does he love carson wentz. It's not does he think he carson wentz's does he love carson wentz because this decision was made because they've got the money invested into eleven. Okay so whatever coach comes. There has to inherently love the quarterback and think he could be an absolute superstar again does not have to be an offensive minded guy. It has to be somebody that is bringing somebody who's an offensive minded person with them. The last thing i'd say is this. You better hire somebody. That is specific to the quarterback as a coach sp- positionally. they've got to fix the mechanics of carson wentz fixed a mental makeup of carson wentz. You've got to get somebody in your building that knows quarterbacks. That's the bottom line. There's what will they do in. What should they do because what. Dan said about being a coach whether it's offensive or defensive. Who has confidence in carson wentz. I think that's what they will do. That's clearly the fallout from firing of. Doug peterson the money involved. Now i'm gonna say what i think they should do. Which is i think they should bring. In a coach who's welcome to a competition between carson wentz in jalen hurts jalen hurts. Outplayed carson wentz. This season saul known to is now. I'm not saying. He outplayed them to the extent where he should absolutely be the day one starter but if it was me i would want a legitimate competition. Marc spears. i just don't know what the message is. Man like i understand what both of y'all are saying. obviously league carson. Wentz had to come to mind in this decision. Making you got what mean just say it with jalen hurts flying the i think the best path forward is what you said no meena like the conversations we had about carson wentz mental makeup his attitude towards the end of the season. It needs to be an open competition because you need the scene carson wentz level up this is about i keep screaming it. Its competition competition. Competition and peterson aside. Carson wentz has to decide. I'm going to not only return to form. But i'm gonna close the door on anybody else that's trying to take this spot. That's really what that's phillies. future like. say it's a tough city. No doubt into all these points jalen hurts is done more than earn absolute operatives least continue to compete for that job news around the league. Get too busy monday. Adam schefter what is going on in texas sticky right now with the shawn watson and houston. Laura he is not pleased with the way the organization and old the general manager hiring processes no objections to the particular individual nick caserio. They got the job. The organization went to him for input. He provided the input and the organization didn't act on his input nor input from the search firm hired and waiting caserio on. Its own with the kalmyk near decision. And now there's some speculation about whether watson could ask to be traded whether he can withhold his services and not show up to the bottom line is messy and sticky and tricky and dan. Quinn the former falcons coach flew to dallas today for his interview for the cowboys. Defensive coordinator job in a job that most people around the league expect him to gay. Quinn looks like he's going to be the dallas cowboys. Defensive coordinator supposed to work out a contract but it looks like he will be the one that will replace the fired. Mike nolan adam. Marcus fears doesn't like it. Unfortunately today we're so busy we don't have more time to react to it but anyway. Thanks to chef t for that. The other disgust on been rothlisburger face. Last night was hard to ignore. And i'm not really sure what else your face should be doing. If you were on the steelers side of that loss to the browns the steelers suffering. What really was from the gecko despite. They did make an interesting comeback. Big vince than this. After the game. I need to apologize to for for tonight and the rest of my team mates for the way i played. I don't have any magical answers. It just You know we. We didn't put together. Like i said tonight me. That's the blaring issue is returned. Turn the ball all aware thanh. This can't happen. You know your left on my contract though. I hope the steelers want me back. If if that's the way we go and They'll be a lot of discussions but but now's the time for that. It's kind of shocking. Even hear him talk that way. What did you make bins tone there. Dan a emotion says a lot to me. The reality is. You can't have big ben back next year at the amount of money that you owe him and have a good football team. Those things cannot happen next season for pittsburgh. One of them is going to have to give and at the end of the day. Big ben himself coming back. Make you great. This is a good football team. This year he will be one year older. Their philosophy is going to have to change. They're going to have to change the style of football that they play also. They have a lot of other guys on their football team. That need to come back for them to be a contending team and then the reality is this. Don't get left behind. I know it's a tough decision. We got two teams in your division right now. that are starting to sprint away from you. Cleveland and baltimore both with young quarterbacks at some point that organizations can have to sit there and go. You know what we love you. We're thankful for what you gave us. But we kick get left behind and we have to make a move. I think that the steelers is going to be forced to make that decision. And they're gonna go big. Ben thank you but it's time for us to move forward. You can get left behind real quick in this league adam. You heard dan mentioning. How much money is owed to. Ben where do the steelers stand financially going forward. It clear. it's forty six point one million dollars against the cap. It's the single largest cap charge of any player in the league for next season. It as dan mentioned. They're not gonna let that number stand. The question is what do they do about the number. And what did they do about the player now. The player as of a couple of weeks ago intended to come back and play but maybe last night spooked him haunted him and it makes them reconsider. There are a lot of players they get to the end of the year. And when that final game ends. I think a lot of people ready to walk away from the game and they take some time off. They decompress they evaluate the situation and they come to a conclusion about what they wanna do. I think ben rothlisberger few weeks ago again wanted to play and it's hard to imagine this team at one point. Time was eleven. Oh and making a run at the seventy two dolphins and now we're talking about what went wrong ben rothlisberger whether he'll be back all the issues at the steelers have to face in front a lot of issues in pittsburgh. This offseason the question that the steelers face here isn't simply. Do we cut ben and move on. It's are we willing to take that cap hit. Because if they do cut him it's gonna cost them not forty one million dollars but a little over twenty million and all they save some money that they can spend on some of the free agency alluded to dan. There's bunch by the way who are up..

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"adam marcus" Discussed on The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

03:50 min | 3 months ago

"adam marcus" Discussed on The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

"Is authorship for sale. A we got a tip about this scam out of russia. This company was actually selling. The company wasn't the company was a broker was like a an ebay for scientific authorship. So let's say that. I i've got a paper as submit. The paper in the manuscript gets accepted. I then have this opportunity to sell an authorship on that paper. So i then go to this site in russia which is again a brokerage for this sort of thing and i say well you wanna be a middle author on my paper. I'll edgy now if you pay me. Whatever number of rubles or euros or dollars and in fact if you wanna be. I midfield during which one's more important it'll be not just five thousand. It'll be ten thousand now. This company claims that they've actually brokered like ten thousand author ships. I would like to find that hard to believe because just shakes foundations in many ways. Unfortunately it may very well be true. You know a lot of the time we write about something we expose it and then people change that behavior. There've been a couple of cases where it hasn't been. This is one of them. Were that sites still exists. Thank you dr inskeep ivanhoe co-founded retraction watch with adam. Marcus in two thousand and ten when they started their around full hundred retractions per year and now they're close to eighteen hundred daughter. Iran ski is a distinguished writer in residence. At new york's university carter journalism institute and is president of the association of health care journalists. You can read his work in nature med page today. Rudas health and scientific american among other publications and now for the word.

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"adam marcus" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:53 min | 8 months ago

"adam marcus" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"On the Lucas shot yesterday. Genuinely one of the great moments of the sports Well, look, I guess there have been that many great moments in the sports gear or any Many moments in the sports here at all, but a genuinely a spectacular moment kind of thing that someday if this kid turns out to be the player, we think he's going to be that we will look back on this day as the beginning. This was the beginning of something. Extraordinary and PJ is going to join me here in a second on the shell Pennzoil Performance line. Pennzoil Synthetic Motor Royals are made from natural gas gives you unbeatable engine protection. The proof is in the Pennzoil based on sequence for a wear. Test using essay five W. 30. I was looking back at the end a draft of 2018 and looking at the movies that were made in and around the drafting of Luca don Cheech and will be interesting to see how those are remembered someday. Meanwhile, PJ Carlesimo has been around this thing forever and again was on the call yesterday here on ESPN radio and joins us, PJ. Thanks again for doing this. We talked this morning. I get up. I'm thrilled to have you here sitting there watching it in the building. How would you describe what we saw yesterday from Lucas? Green was unbelievable. You know? I mean, you see things and you think you've seen everything but I mean, he turned 21 28. The game itself was unbelievable, enjoyable game just a heck of a game to watch the eight lead changes in the overtime alone. I just kept going back and forth, you know, mean both teams. Played really well down the stretch, but he's incredible. He wasn't even supposed to play like we were at the game when he got hurt If you saw him limping off the court that was only two nights before. You think he's not gonna play? I was surprised you play. Then you find out before the game that Porzingis is not playing. They fall behind by 21 early in the game. He was really having trouble with his long shot. Every time he took a three it was significantly sure, like it looked like it was really bothered him to push off the ankle. And you know you're one. And if they can even be competitive, we were actually having a conversation with John Kelly. Not with brainy and the TV crew because they were in the booth right next to us, you know, saying no written right, not put him back in the game, You know, I mean, they're down, 21 where they go, and they don't want to get him hurt. And sure enough, he comes back in. He starts hitting shots went away from the long shot for a little bit started going to the basket, and they got it down. Like under 10, you know, you just want to be Did it closed by the half. I mean, they're down. 21 would eight minutes to go in the second quarter, and then he was just ridiculous because they're throwing a lot of different people. Adam Marcus Morris was actually doing a really good job. But he adjusted. I mean, he's so smart. He just knows I'm a stereo that he's 21 years old knows how to adjust. He sees what the other team is doing. And his court vision. Greenie is incredible. I mean, he sees everybody on the court. Yeah, and he looks players off all the time like he goes in. He knows the past he's going to make and he looked the other way. Just debate a guy in the corner to leave or a wing guy to help. It just makes the right pass. I mean, we had the game I was a week ago in the bubble in one of seating goods like 34 against the Bucks is a great game. 34 points in 19 assists, and he could have 25 or 30 assist. They couldn't make shots. They missed more open threes and lay ups and it's amazing. Yeah, he has the ball a lot, but the decisions he makes are so good. And when you realize, you know, second year with Carla goes, you know anybody that ever got rookie of the year and then the next year he gets most improved player means that you know, he's an all MBA candidate. Obviously, he's an All star. It's I really haven't seen anything like this in a long, long time. You know the comparison I was thinking. Yeah, well, Jason Kidd is the guy that he reminds me of with the vision and the understanding of the game and everything else. But of course, Jason Kidd couldn't shoot when he came into the league and this kid can. Who does he remind you who is Don change in your mind Who can don church become Well, he's you know, I think he's a combination. He's like It's actually I mean, a little bit like urban Johnson Magic. And birdie because of the besides the ability to shoot the ball the way he sees the floor the way you always feel he's in control. You know, it's like they double. Um, they do different things. He goes into the lane does a euro step? It's almost like you know, they show you the cartoon character needs to be rolled right. The guy that was right After that, he makes a 90 degree turn. It makes another 90 degree turn. Then he makes another one. He goes by God, You can't believe it like how he steps through these traps. And all of a sudden, instead of being in the middle of three guys. He does like a sidestep, then a euro step. Now he's at the rim, and he'll just come to a complete stop like Larry used to do. He's unbelievable getting guys in the air at the basket. And sometimes you get them in the air, and he doesn't even show it because he sees one of the good three point shooters in the corner. I mean, it's amazing and he's good in transition like magic, like he's unbelievable coming down the floor. He'll make the long passes, obviously, above average rebounded, but he gets the rebound and he turns around before he even dribbles it. If one of the wings is open, he just unloads the ball down the floor. I mean, it's incredible Get the strength of I mean, I always saying strength, but he reminds me of LeBron or Kawai was kind of funny. They were playing each other yesterday because he's so strong like it. It doesn't look like he's moving guys out. But like he moves people out when he goes to the basket, you know, like Kawai does, and he's going in there and all of a sudden God, it's playing them. It's kind of like Arjun is back, and he's moving the guy out because he's so strong. When they were playing each other. It was unbelievable. It was like two immovable objects. The quiet so strong offensively and defensively, and Luca is deceptive. He's bigger and stronger than I think. People appreciate like when you see him up close when you talk when you don't wow. He's bigger than I thought and much stronger, and I think he'll get more definition. Not that he's soft by any stretch, but I think he'll even get more definition. A Z gets a little bit older, and he's going to shoot a better percentage Green because he's still he's got so much confidence. I mean, like that shot at the end. I mean, it never occurred to him that he's going to miss the shot. But like there's so many, I mean, there's really good players in this league that don't want that shot at the end of the game. This kid wants a big shot every time It's unbelievable..

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"adam marcus" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

12:21 min | 1 year ago

"adam marcus" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Time I think we all do is more polished I think he's the more rare prospect than Judy I'm not as high and you use a lot of people are something about the way he plays when he does he not only is he gets open deep I don't know how long he he doesn't have there's not enough separation there and I don't know strong enough to get off the line again some of these guys wrote it's not gonna be an issue I think he just quits he can run every route reconnaissance movement runs and the other thing I like about right you look at his softer but he's definitely a brown obviously but you look at his style plan the routes he runs in his size he's a lot like what the raiders thought they were getting an Antonio brown obviously not the experience he's the same card receiver questions the okay so I'll give you the mall again there because you started with the Oakland Raiders crap okay let me remind you they play here in Vegas now hi there this is the new home my buddy Tommy white is a sponsor eight seventy two labors union working very hard on the legion stadium so you get your Mulligan now there's a couple of those transitions as far as you know name she ages I remember Florida Marlins to Miami Marlins that was a tough one for me but I think the toughest of all for any one person that's followed NFL football for a long time is the Chargers no matter how many guys they have on there you always say the San Diego Chargers I know that's a tough one being that the charges are in the raiders division and LA not being that far I don't say LA Chargers I just say charges which is really the way that anybody that lives in LA anybody that lives in Oakland they're never going to call them the Las Vegas raiders they're just never going to do it there's just called the raiders it's just the way it is it was the same thing here in Vegas once we knew that the raiders were going to be moving here and of course I lived in Los Angeles when the raiders were there but it was really always raider nation just the raiders and so that's why I feel you know they'll be a separate brand that we're actually working on as far as to give the raiders there home cooking here in the silver state soon to be known as the silver and black's state which was a just a really clever thing that mark Davis said when the raiders were going to move here because we all thought there's no way the raiders are moving to Vegas there's no way they're playing us man there's just no freakin way they're going to go to LA why would they not good L. either the king pin in LA will Kraki calling over from Saint Louis going back to Los Angeles he didn't want the raiders that's why the Chargers are there sure he made that the pitch to San Diego Hey let's go here you know we got it all here you you can read you know up in LA kind of like the Los Angeles angels of Anaheim you could be the Los Angeles Chargers of San Diego only here in LA I mean a train reap those people from San Diego all the way through Orange County and into Los Angeles and meanwhile didn't want any part of the raiders Kraki did as far as being in LA why because you know what it's a raider town through and through but now readers are going to be here and G. P. I'm just telling you straight up the stadium is absolutely phenomenal it is stated the art and I saw the plans prior to everything going down but I was there when the first on that very first day when they put the mocs feel down and there was a a group of I think about seven or eight that we're going to basically put the stakes in the ground and it happened to be a really windy day and they had like a group of a they were gonna put down this this feel like with the plastic field a hundred yards like a true replica of what the field would look like where it would be with no stadium just on the dirt tell me why it's eight seventy two labors union Tommy told them look this is going to happen you know if anybody wants to volunteer we may need some help and I'd like to help this group out here I think he had about seventy five people show up on a day off and help out and I showed up there and G. P. it happened to be like a really windy Vegas day if these people these volunteers from eight seventy two labors union don't show up there's no way this mock field ever gets down they just there's just no way was blowing all over they just didn't have the manpower so with the help they were able to get it done that shows you what type of hands the raiders around as far as a legion stadium and it looks top of the line when you get here because you haven't been here in awhile and I take you over there to check out that stadium we'll get you to work but it is Crandall a crime it is top of the line and I'm fired up and I think everybody now here in Vegas valley even though the covert nineteen is still going down there still times that you're going to get on the fifteen and you're going to go back and forth and when you pass that west side of the strip and you see a legion stadium in the black glass and everything there and now at night time they light it up so when you pass it kinda just resonates that while the raiders are here and so what happened was back in the day I think was a with late two thousand sixteen or early two thousand seventy whatever was and and mark Davis walks up to the microphone Carolyn Goodman introduces a man what does he say doesn't even say good morning he walks up and he says I'm going to turn the silver state into the silver and black state and I thought that was just genius I said you know what that is top of the line that makes sense lo and behold Katie ended up buying silver and black state dot com dot net dot org that Vegas all of them and I'm going to be working on that the brand with the rate organization in the near future hopefully a lot of money be going to the raiders foundation dot O. R. G. they have a great charity foundation and JP that's one of the coolest things here in Vegas and throughout the state of Nevada is that the raiders even two years before they were ever to make Las Vegas their home they have been raising money for charities including communities in schools all these different things they're sending alumni all are different schools to help the kids understand how cool it is to read and and all these things I just thought you know what top of the line readers may have that bad boy image to a lot of folks that don't understand the organization sure the logo's bad **** and and sometimes you you you get intimidated by that and the way the old school raiders with Tatum and Atkinson and those guys used to play Hey it is what it is you're not helping anybody up from the other team that's the way it was back in the day you go over the middle yeah you better have life insurance because you're gonna be in trouble with the assassin Jack Tatum who Sean McComb favorite player my buddy George Atkins and junior and a bunch of those mean guys thank you to my good powerful ability on but want to get your take on the rest of the raiders picks because Henry Ruggs you made a good might agree with but not many knew much about Damon Arnette now he's the other corner as he's known out of the Ohio State University everybody knew about Jeff Okuda there was speculation and a lot of it that the Detroit Lions would take could with the number three draft war maybe they traded or you know don't know just depending if the Chargers we're going to try and jockey ahead of Miami from six to three to get a shot to a talk by law instead of taking and settle in for Herbert they didn't they were happy where they were your take on our net because the more I read about this kid the more fill my CRM lets me know this guy pretty good press coverage one on one and after last year's draft I'm not second guessing Mike may act I always like Mike may act when he was doing it for NFL network when he was the virtual GM for every team I said man this guy freaking nose is college football players as well as anybody so although I hear names sometimes that I don't recognize right away I know that Mike may Arkin Jon Gruden know who they are specially may I don't think there's any body that assesses college football town as well as he does yeah I'm not in solid solid player you put on the opposite side of the field from the crew that you're gonna have to follow through on your way one hundred dollars and eastern some of the secrets from the set target practice running their some really good guys down here they're covered a lot of those guys in our group you know he's good he's a lock down he's the number one under his current amount of really good and sometimes it's not the athletes new ticket that you claimed renders a freshman who made it are you certain that they planted the true freshman come right out there hold your own you played thirteen games are twenty one point over the questions this stupid gamer he's ready to go is not to be intimidated by anybody I thought it was a really solid fit in and goes back and and your card will not dismiss everything the raiders good I had to do with such inclusiveness practitioners unemployment removing seats for every single piece today correct in the drop had to do with that this is one of the you need to score you need to stop them from scoring and this kid is going to be on the ground with all the receivers that's a good call not only do you need to stop them from scoring and that's easier said than done because when you look at that combination would tie retail and I always tell people you know Mecole Hardman was kind of a victim of circumstance because had Tyree kill not gotten off the field trouble as far as allegations on domestic violence with his little son and you know these audio tapes that had come out audio clips so I think Kansas city even the the hunt ownership there they were speculating you know the NFL's gonna do their due diligence and it doesn't sound so good for Tyreek the cheetah on these audio tapes so there's a chance that he may get himself a little bit of a suspension going into the season now somehow there wasn't enough evidence as far as for it to be pinned on Tyreek hill or on the fiance were former fiance so they couldn't just you know say I we're going to go with it and just so instead they did nothing and they basically let Tyreek hill no when he met with the NFL office look you're like kinda like Vontaze Burfict you're on a zero tolerance as far as anything you do you could be done for an expended extended period time so don't chance it and I gotta give him credit because he didn't do anything off the field they jeopardized him not playing last year now he did tweak to hand me a little bit game once we missed game two anyway when they played the raiders got that twenty ten victory but he kept his nose clean and because they were not sure Kansas city's was not sure whether or not he would start the season they knew that they still had Sammy Watkins they knew they had Kelsey they had to Marcus Robinson but they said you know what there's a kid there at a Georgia Mecole Hardman that's the fastest guy in the league I think in the draft coming in let's grab this guy so they grabbed hard man then he'll never misses a game really outside of the little tweak cancer so he's ready to go all of a sudden now you look at it you've got Tyree kill you've got Mecole Hardman you got Sammy Watkins who found the state healthy and you got Travis Kelce who one of the fastest tight ends those four yeah Adam Marcus Robinson then of course you've got Patrick Mahomes so Kansas city just loaded we saw how powerful that office was as they were able to come back from double digits down in both the AFC playoff games and win themselves a Super Bowl so I agree with you the raiders say you know what yes we've gotta catch Kansas city that's the team so if you elevate yourself and try to catch the team that just won the Super Bowl more than likely based on what happened last year seventy nine could have been eight eight could be nine and seven got a job on the Jacksonville game that Sean and I were at because they blew the call and if they're caught Derek Carr slide they talk all the men that are out of bounds when he was actually invest could have the clock running down to the two minute warning this way Jacksonville we never had time to come down the field and get that game winning score then they get the last game against Denver the end of going for two point conversion at the end of the game to win the game wouldn't had to do that would just kick the extra point put the game into overtime had it stayed the same and may have had a chance at nine and seven so now you look at what the DJ piece got as far as the free agency market and there's nobody nobody close to what the raiders did when you grab the Mariota to try and push Derek Carr and a solid backup in case court were to get to get hurt but did you.

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"adam marcus" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

13:48 min | 1 year ago

"adam marcus" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"Rank and file the Republicans are very good at getting every last person out and they're also very good at suppressing the votes of the Democrats so is there an argument here that you simply add add a patriotic Judy you gotta show up and vote you got to save the Republic Britain's gonna mess with if it's if it's close and Tippett front from and trump's gonna pull out all the stops as he did last time and they gonna stop as many people from voting as possible said this might be the last chance because there's a recent article in the Atlantic about half top trump has totally eviscerated the government itself he's hollowing it out with these dreadful people you know putting a director in charge of the blood bank and if he gets another four years women not entering we may not have a country we sent a man to have a government anymore that's at least recognizable and if you follow the Russian press they're all over the idea that they're going to put that guy in trumps the putins got it covered and Putin and xi and trump again the sit down after the elections have a like three ganks doesn't come up the global terror tree and you know it will have global gangsterism they kleptocracy and criminality and it certainly is raising its ugly head in the trump administration I know it is seven it is very scary prospect by the way you pointed out something that people I think don't talk enough about which is if trump is reelected there will be a flight from this government of good people who managed to survive for four years except in some agencies cities really cleaned out like the EPA but they're still a lot of public servants they would take their work very seriously you Peng around I think four more years of this will see the government itself just the basic workings of the government which some a crisis like the coronavirus reminds us we need it affected government that this will be in grave danger I've always loved the line from former senator and defense secretary bill Cohen who used to be a Republican maybe he still is but he was very progressive sort of Republican he said government is the enemy until you need a friend hands so I I think you're right about the dangers we face here and what I try to do in the book is lay out what you might call articles of conciliation where each side could learn something from the other for example on foreign policy by news in the old fashioned kind of liberal internationalist the way I pretty much the way above a Barack Obama was Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren have given some powerful speeches about how our foreign policy has not represented the interests of American workers or main street in the country I think you have to bring those two ideas together because I think the United States I think the United States influence in the world despite the many things we have done that I opposed and that what were wrong yeah I I would I would shudder about a world without America's influence dominated by say China and Putin and so I am I am still sympathetic to liberal internationalism but the architects of liberal internationalism FDR and Truman understood that their role was also to create an economic structure both in our country and in the world that would leave stop blue collar people they were basically supporting unfortunately not fully in the third world a little bit that took time but across the west and in western Europe they supported a broadly social democratic settlement and so I think you need to bring together some of the insights that the old international this offer we had some of the insights that people on the left who are pushing against kleptocracy for democracy for some restraint but also for having the interests of working people both at home and abroad in mind and there's a way to bring that together I think in a new coherent foreign policy I try to do that with identity politics and in a number of other areas I don't want to beat up on on Biden that to some extent I think I'm kind of annoyed anyway because I think he did fall clothes the possibility of some of these good candidates like Sherrod brown running and and of course there's some of the better candidates like the governor of Montana Lori Booker and others say it camel Harris just didn't get traction I think a lot of us because Biden was so far ahead and he's not done that well put it mildly but you talk about the idea that progressives and moderates canning need to engage in the politics of of distribution in the politics of recognition and the coalition to defeat defeat trump advance social justice will necessarily be racially diverse and the economic problems facing into cities and predominately white farmer factory towns are very similar and Robert Kennedy and politicians such as Jerry Brown have brought these constituencies together so who is it who can't can can they somehow these two front runners work together could they form a ticket how do you see this do that to another question the progressives and moderates after a night at the grassroots level and make it happen at the leadership level under the leadership have to unite and make it happen at the grassroots level but I think it ends up I I'm not dodging the question I think it actually happened has happened both ways which again is what you saw happen in the mobilization against trump that began right after he go the day after he was inaugurated in one I do talk in the book a lot about while we worry I think legitimately that trump could put an indoor big dent in our democracy the fact is that by calling forth the kind of activism he has called forth from both more moderate sorts of activist end from progressive activists means that the reaction against crime could actually strengthen our democracy and I think there does need to be a coming together Isher brown plays an important role in my narrative in one of the ideas that I talk about a lot is dignity there I wrote a piece in the Atlantic off the book about how icy dignity as both the key to a post Reagan era economics imposed from politics and I was glad you brought up Kennedy because there's a great sociologist William J. Wilson who some years ago wrote a book called when work disappears and what he was talking about is the cost of the industrialization to our inner cities in our inner cities really got hollowed out women well paying blue collar work started disappearing what we've seen since is the spreading of that problem to all sorts of places that are more white than they are African American please like rating or Yuri Pennsylvania for example a lot of cities and towns across the northeast and Midwest and while they're all our differences in the situation of white workers and African Americans I I emphasize in the book you can't say that the African Americans faced forms of discrimination historic and present that are quite different and deeper than any of us who are white on the other hand in economic terms they very much are suffering from some of the very same forces in there were people who could bring those voters together in the past Sherrod brown certainly has done it in Ohio Robert Kennedy did it famously in the nineteen sixty eight campaign and one of the things I point out is that the great civil rights March of nineteen sixty three where Dr king gave the I have a dream speech this slogan of the March was the March on Washington for jobs and justice it was supported the March was supported by the United auto workers union so there was a real sense of how economic justice was necessary for people to exercise the rights that the civil rights movement was fighting for and I think we need politicians who can talk the language of rights but also talk the language of economic justice and show how these linked together I do think Sanders and Biden are both capable of doing that I think they need to be very explicit about it because we do need a multi racial politics of justice more than ever in our country but surely that another critical issue to run on is that it's not just it Adam Marcus if it's at stake with trump because you know he he he has an affection for test pilots and all of the all of the restoration that you talked about in terms of foreign policy in repairing the alliance's eccentric that should never have happened but for trump's affinity with potent who is being the winner all along with that with trump's foreign policy to the point where you wonder who trump is working for here but the yep basically it comes down to that notion that with somebody like trump in the in the oval office the rule of law itself is at stake you can see what he's what he's doing domestically to the rule of law and the way that he's attacking the Supreme Court of the moment is all to do with his affair all of the cases before the Supreme Court in terms of these taxes and and don't your bank revealing his ties to the Russian so he's trying to buffalo you know that two of the justices into recusing themselves and it may well be preparing for the fact that if the ruling comes to get guys against him which might really open the floodgates for impeachment after the horses down the paddock then he might even say that there at that time it's an illegitimate ruling I mean this is the appeals court last Friday basically shredded the possibilities of the legislative branch of doing oversight so there's something happening here that's not the goes beyond trump into the Republican Party into the kind of judiciary they're they're building at that point in American history when you have the most dangerous chief executive they are throwing more more executive power at this dangerous and reckless man amen to every word you just said two points here that are important in the book and also important right now in our country one is I argue that the danger we face is not just Donald Trump but a radicalized Republican Party in a radicalized form of conservatism that was building toward trump trump wasn't an accident trump wasn't simply an imposition on the Republican Party when trump was a birther saying that Barack Obama wasn't born here Republicans weren't speaking out against him indeed they were welcoming his support Mitt Romney who my honor for his vote on impeachment nonetheless welcomed trump support in twenty twelve it was the Republican Party in Congress that defeated George W. bush's effort to work form our immigration laws or many more Democrats who voted for bush his bill than Republicans and I argue that that moment may have been the beginning of Trumpism so I think we have to keep in mind the dual problem of trump and Trumpism but radicalize republicanism that's bleeding into that and really help pave the way for that but I'm really glad you mentioned the rule of law because we don't have to wait for the second trump term to see this for it as you said we're already seeing it in some court decisions but we start very dramatically a win the justice department in an utterly unprincipled and essentially lawless way intervened in the Roger stone case and basically tried to overturn the request for a sentence against stone by the line attorneys on the line attorneys with group that Attorney General Barr is running a partisan operation at the justice department and that's a very scary thing and I'm not naive I understand that politics is never completely absent from the running of the justice department but I don't think we've ever seen anything as a politicized is bars justice department and you saw it when he issued what was essentially a lying summary of what Moeller said and let that hang out there for weeks in order to insulate president trump from impeachment this is very scary time server E. J. Justin closing here the the the book really urges the progress is on the Democrats the progressives and the moderates in the democratic product to work together it it's imploring them to recognize their divisions and debate them honestly to be more flexible and ultimately Folger some strategic consensus around a progressive but not necessarily a revolutionary program but what they do agree on shortly is they want more Americans to be covered by health insurance more.

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"adam marcus" Discussed on First Take

First Take

11:36 min | 1 year ago

"adam marcus" Discussed on First Take

"River decade fear. Seventeen Eighteen Lakers currently hold the best record in the Western Conference at Thirty Eight and twelve and are still the clear favorites Vegas to win the NBA title this year. But the bucks and clippers clippers are not far behind at three to one odds now rounding out the rest of the top five or the new look. Small Ball rockets to one and the Celtics come in eighteen. See No one. Despite holding the third best record in the healthy right and also together we they get to get to the Western Conference finals. Lean district coaches like. Who's going to put it back to the basket? The data being shooting free throws between the length the grand. Dan Clear clear something. Okay as a coach right. I want someone who can put the ball in the basket. Okay because that's how you win games. Put the the ball in the basket and for the Philadelphia. Seventy sixers the best chance for me to get the ball in the basket is with him being in the pain right but most his shots are from. How many feet? Seven teen feet away from the basket with yesterday. Where he was yesterday that was yesterday? And that's the problem that I have issued Supreme Minute Dang three because he's not say. Hey Are you can say to Joel embiid conversation. Can we take it to the Lakers. So that start with you because The trade deadline came and went. Kyle Kuzma keep doing it. He survived another trade. Deadline's a two million dollar salary keeps doing it works. It's very friendly but AMAC. The fact that the Lakers didn't make any moves at the deadline. Is that a big deal for you or no big deal. It's a big deal and it's a big deal because look I think what Lebron's responsibility is is to the Lakers and the basketball fans to his own legacy is in this contract with the Lakers. Get one it doesn't have to be this year but these windows of opportunity are precious use. And you don't want to waste one and the fact of the matter. Is the clippers already. Thought were better than the Lakers. Got Better and the Lakers. Who desperately needed a playmaker Lee Maker in the back court to take the pressure off Lebron just a crime or who good? It's not Rondo anymore. KCPT none of his abilities are pitched high enough enough to be that guy. Got Like Danny. Green's you know the three point shooter is not GonNa put the ball on the floor and get you. They needed someone like that particularly particularly because Lebron is averaging about thirty five minutes a game and until about a month ago was playing both ends of the floor because he's trying to set the tone on defense challenged by the one of the reasons you know. He's great he's leading the team defensively. It's why they're defensive team while everyone's criticizing Kawhi management's only police sixty something games. He's got his eyes on the prize coach. He's going to be ready rested. Ready to go just like last and Lebron at thirty five years old I was in la when. Kobe staged a mutiny against Stan. Tony and on Magic's advice they were like this. Ain't working with White Nash. The way he wants to play. We're getting the ball down a POW get back on defense. It'd be the defensive captain. I'm going to be the primary score. They went twenty eight and twelve made the playoffs because the Kobe but his Achilles snap that season because he played a million minutes in his career he was averaging too many minutes trying to do too. Many things didn't have enough help. Lebron could be in that position Oman. Put that out because you know I rise. Speaking it into existence doesn't doing it than doing it it does it doing. It doesn't believe me I get the he seen that too but the fact is the doing what does it. You've got a skill. Look look would you say that was that okay. That's his basketball. I assume I'm sorry. I know I know your overall point. Just say about a man's injury man but she it was on the radio back then. Marceau's me. We're doing afternoon drive in La. Before the injury I was saying this is insane Dan. Tony someone's got to put their body in front of Kobe and say you can't be averaging forty four minutes a game bad's going to happen then. It happened after two weeks what I was talking about. I didn't speak taking into existence. They played it into existence. Look broad needed help. He is an ancient basketball player. Who's playing at an unprecedented level for a guy who's was logged his minutes and he didn't get the help at the deadline? Here's the thing Max and everybody knows this transcends sports. If it ain't broke don't fix it and the Lakers. Here's right now with the number one the number one seed in the West. It ain't broke chemistry like we talked about earlier. Show which Lebron said Plan Portland Payton playing the cast chemistry's on point when you look at the time. The only team in the league crossbows conferences. That's playing better than the Lakers. If Milwaukee and Lebron's not worried about that he can take down a team which we've all. Well Steve WHO's had the best record in NBA history when he took down the war. You're so I don't think that's an issue so I sit number one at the first point if it's not broke don't fix it but then and secondly Max the point you hovered around with Lebron and minutes and minutes and wear and tear the deutz having another banner year at age thirty four thirty five number off member. You have the summer. And he's playing a career low thirty four minutes a game so it's not as if they're not being conscious of it I just don't know Lebron's trying to sit it out games because I think he's wired a little bit differently. So if I'm the Lakers you didn't have an issue Wi- try to tinker with something. You had more to lose than to gain by making a move. Well I'm GONNA say this. I agree with Max that they could've used another playmaker because win. Lebron goes to the bench the offensive rating goes down. I'm great and regardless. Yeah I mean it happens. It happens throughout his whole career but if they coulda got another if they could have got. Derrick rose yeah. He would've been he would've it would've been great he would have been a guy that could spill Bronco Seven eight maybe nine minutes each half and get them through that. But I'm GONNA say this. Lebron is the best player in basketball. Okay Anthony Davis is top five in the league right now so with those two guys. I like my chances. They didn't make a move. Okay no problem. I still have two of the top five best players in the game on my side. I feel so they're gonNa win it all in that case. No 'cause they needed to make a move because it needs to make just chose coaching and I keep saying it's hard to criticize a coach. Who has them with the best record in? The conference hasn't playing defense. They're coached. Well I agree with you about Vogel and also bringing Jason Kidd and it's like it's a recipe for disaster. You got to admit when you're wrong doing great you know what I don't have a problem with Frank Vogel. I think Frank Vogel is a good coach. Frank Vogel is never coach in the final. Okay and that's and that's my point. It has don't get back until he did neither bolster until he. Yeah but DOC. Once he did going forward he had the recipe to get it done. Yeah except doc hasn't won since then has Jason's should the Lakers have been more aggressive before the trade deadline. Fine I mean you have to understand the innuendos of cap cap broom space. I mean what could the Lakers offer. Everybody's like all the Lakers should go get derrick rose. I'm like well if Detroit wants a couple of first round picks mix and a couple of assets. Like the Lakers can't offer that they don't have that right the currently work with and I know you think I'm crazy about this. I know they do need some. What of another playmaker I don't know would have been great to have derrick? Rose Yeah but you have to work with you have so you go on free agency you do everything you can do to bring daring cows and onboard. He's a guy that would have made ten to fifteen fifteen million dollars this year. If he did it retire he's a shooter that can knock down shots off Lebron and PR and that gives you your best shot to win it. Additive piece on top of already being in the driver's seat in the Western Conference. So it's about what's realistic guys throwing out different trades scenarios. Do this. I got caught got into it one time like on twitter. Do this and everybody well what we are doing more digging and actually understanding the cap space and what they had to work with England or stand actually how constrain the the WHO's has no trade value. I it does. It makes a million dollars a year so then I think you add on other pieces. That's Jared Dudley you know other aspects of what they have and still trying to if you're Detroit you're saying okay. If you want hair grows what are you gonNA give me for. Derrick rose I want more than just cow Kuzina or jared Dudley. or it's a toy dangles. It's like I want. I want future picks as well in which they can't give us the word realistic to I mean. One thing that was realistic. Was this battle between the Lakers. And the clippers. Marcus arcus Morrison the Knicks. The fact that it was the clippers who ends up getting marcus. Morris and the Lakers did in is that a is that a big deal. I don't I don't think the Lakers wanted to give up cow. How who they did? All the Lakers actually one hundred dollar. But then he's got signed. I mean Pat Riley. The Godfather sports yet came. They'll let me say this about what's going non. I'm a Lakers fan. Actually I gave up. My Knicks. Couldn't take it anymore with Dolan I went out to La. Leon rose on worldwide. Let me let me let me say this about the Lakers acres as a fan of of the team in the franchise and the bus family right. You know why you know who who got an Andrei Gwendal. Who's who's who the Lakers wanted? Who got him Pat Riley? That's just laker south sound laker southeast. This who put together the super team across the hall from them who plays in their building in is better than them. And Got Marcus Morris Jerry West and I'm not trying to your well when you see Jerry West really. It's the whole staff underneath them. It's not really Jerry West. I heard that when he went to Golden State on the air in La. I used to tell everyone. Lookout for Golden State Jerry. West just went up the battle five freeway now and it wasn't because the Lakers couldn't couldn't hold up their end of the bargain but the warriors became a powerhouse Jerry West. The reason he's the logo is not just that he's one of the greatest players of all time. He's had a better effect on every franchise. He's been a part of than almost anyone who's ever lived suitable. So the Lakers miss out dollar to Pat Riley Ms Adam Marcus Morris Jerry. Every west yet draws the big question. If the problem for the Lakers because the clippers now just got another walking bucket in more who can give you eighteen a game in twenty plus minutes and and then more than that. Now you can just keep doing fresh bodies in the Bronx. Just fresh bodies Lebron and Lebron. We've seen him time and time again. Come to the playoffs. Come crunch time. The nudist do human. He might be superhuman. Somebody still. Has that humid added connected to his name. So that's the first problem. And then the second thing is the Lakers probably need a little more heart a little somebody with a little more more fight a little more grit. Adt Com. Dog doesn't come crunch time. Who knows somebody got to take a shot? Everybody's not just looking at Lebron like help me question. Then who do you get and then if you try to go for somebody swing for the fences and you give up a lot of your debt. You have no debt. IGGY would've been perfect. Example dollar can bring the ball up if you need to uh he can. He can play make a little bit still even at his age he can hit a big open. Shot like it's nobody's business even though he's not a great shooter spent Paul Georgia or the freak freak or anyone. You one dollar perfect for you and you you also needed a guy that could make a perimeter shot a guy that could bring the ball up. And when Doc rivers tries to put Patrick Beverley on Lebron James I'm GONNA put him in the post. I'm going to throw him the ball. You guys are GonNa Double Team team. Lebron James You have a guy that could stick a three. That's the attitude looking.

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"adam marcus" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"adam marcus" Discussed on KGO 810

"To shoot at first because he's like a lawman in a western gunslinger film he says all right when you shoot at me I'm gonna shoot you so he gets the the B. seventeen in the cross hairs of his eliminated gun sight and the B. seventeen doesn't shoot back he gets a little closer and still doesn't shoot finally he sees why the tail guns are hanging low there's no way to them because the gunner is dead Franz comes closer and finally he sees the man's blood dripping down the barrels Charlie's tail gunner had been killed by the fighters and and Franz sees this dead man their analysis okay great now what do I do they never shot back at me Charlie brown's in the cabin trying fighting to keep the bomber up he's trying to get Algieri again the ideas will head across to Sweden perhaps we'll get out of Germany and will live the do not want to bail out because they've got a wounded man in the back who can't move they all like to stay there although we give them the opportunity he climbs to give everybody else a chance to bail they stay with him front Stigler suddenly appears on his left wing is on the right of the phone is right wing peers on his right wing Charlie looks out and he sees fronts fronts looks over and sees Charlie what is fronts thing from his first thought was if I leave now what I am he decided to spare the B. seventeen but he knew if he laughed he would be condemning it to death because another Luftwaffe fighter may come along and finish what he should have done so it looks at Charlie and Charlie looks at him and frost or something very unusual maybe one of the most unusual gestures of World War two he looks at Charlie smiles and he nods Charlie looks back he doesn't not back he doesn't wave he closes his eyes and shakes his head because to Charlie he's in a living nightmare he opens his eyes in the German still there the turret ball of the ball turned on top still he can't fire but it has guns at one point one of the crew climbs up there and flood wags the guns out front Stigler did front see that it occurred at the very end of their short encounters they flew together for no more than ten minutes might have been eight minutes might even seven no one knows but they flew out over the North Sea together and and Franz has decided he said okay I'm gonna try to get you out of Germany and then that my job done so he looks over at Charlie once they're out over the ocean and in Charlie tells his crew many says get up in your guns and and tournament chases crazy German away this Charlie's on nerve he doesn't know what this German is doing and really Franz was staying with them not to play a game not to shoot him down over the C. like Charlie body might he was escorting them essentially when Franz sees that gun or get in the turret he sees the turret start to move toward him Franz makes another one of those Hollywood like gestures he salutes Charlie he says good luck you're in god's hands eight peels away and flies back to Germany back to Germany France stickler in December nineteen forty three just to finish quickly with Charlie that day Charlie decides not for Sweden but to get home to England he arrives home they fire the red flare all of you who know twelve o'clock high that's what they fired outside when they had wounded on board he lands the play he's lost one crewman everybody else is there that day and what I like about the way Charlie remembers the story to Adam is that it's just another day's work go inside get yourself a meal get some sleep we're going to go out again exactly their tour at that time was twenty eight twenty nine missions and for them this was just a really bad first one front stickler it's now Bavaria nineteen twenty seven which is and not an idyllic time for Germany they see is a a troubled land losing the first war the radical inflation the inability for of Germany to a sustain itself again because of the penalties the Versailles treaty there many explanations Bavaria is the southern most agrarian based province stage and it is very Catholic that's important at the same time it is the cradle of the **** party in Munich in the beer halls of Munich fronts grows up in world of Bavaria with his brother and of man in front of father Joseph who is that to fronts father Joseph is the best friend of Franz his dad and his priest now in that day and age the priest in your in your Perisher in your town had a different relationship than today you wouldn't just go to mass once every Sunday it was you would see the priest daily on in many cases they were the teachers at the schools in many cases you went to mass every day and so he was a founding figure in France is life but he was also an interesting man because father Joseph had been a fighter pilot in World War one and then he became a priest after the war whether it was guilt whether it was for salvation but he he loved flying though so he he abhorred war but he loved flight and he was coaching Franz and Frances brother in the ways of of gliding that was the voice pastime nineteen twenty seven we move quickly now because between twenty seven and thirty nine Germany goes through a dramatic transformation it votes in eight of Adolf Hitler had the dictator as chancellor vote seaman in nineteen thirty three the **** party quickly sweeps apart side all opposition takes control of the government and what what follows is a March towards catastrophe nineteen thirty five thirty six thirty seven thirty eight thirty nine the war begins with the attack on Poland the phony war ends with America coming into the war we now go to Africa Franz is now a member of the Luftwaffe pla flying in Africa with JG twenty seven what is that JG twenty seven is known as the desert wing so tough fighter wing about two hundred pilots flying Messerschmidt one oh nine fighters in the desert now they're fighting against the British Franz it's very important no when he went to Africa he was a different person so as a young man he's very ideal like he's very easy going when he joined the Luftwaffe he was basically drafted are conscripted he was made a flight instructor in one of his students was his own brother he trained his own brother fly sent his brother August off to war in August was killed so when Franz reported to Africa it was by choice when his brother was killed he said I want to be a fighter pilot he went to Africa for revenge it's the British and the Germans fighting in Africa chiefly and this is the part of the war that America didn't seem much because it was before America gets in December of forty one and then in the early days after America enters because of the Japanese attack the British Empire and the German colonial empire are battling along the north shore of Africa North Africa the same ground we know today Libya all the way across to Cairo Egypt when we come back we'll go to North Africa with front stickler because this this band of flyers and look for office is France's orientation to his brethren took camaraderie and his understanding of chivalry in the sky the book is higher call Adam Marcus is the is the author and it's an incredible true story of combat and chivalry in the war torn skies of World War two I'm John bachelor this is the John Batchelor show taking you through the third shift this is the John Batchelor show.

"adam marcus" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"adam marcus" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"John Nash this is the John Batchelor show out of Marcus is book a higher call and it's the story of this between a a wounded at B. seventeen out gunfire it hasn't gone away to defend lying on two three engines it's got a runner shot out it should be dead but it isn't on board as one dead man several wounded including the pilot Charlie Charlie Brown front Stigler climbs quickly into the air and it comes up from behind the B. seventeen what is he has a technician he hesitates to shoot at first because he's like a lawman in a western gunslinger film he says all right when you shoot at me I'm gonna shoot you so he gets the the B. seventeen in the cross hairs of is eliminated gun sight and the B. seventeen doesn't shoot back he gets a little closer and still doesn't shoot finally he sees why the tail guns are hanging low there's no wait to them because the gunners dead fronts comes closer and finally he sees the man's blood dripping down the barrels Charlie's tail gunner had been killed by the fighters and in France sees this dead man their analysis okay great now what do I do I never shot back at me Charlie brown's in the cabin trying fighting to keep the bomber up he's trying to get out here again the ideas will head across to Sweden perhaps we'll get out of Germany and will live the do not want to bail out because they've got a wounded man in the back who can't move they all like to stay there although we give them the opportunity he climbs to give everybody else a chance to bail they stay with him front Stigler suddenly appears on his left wing is on the right of the furnace right wing peers on his right wing Charlie looks out and he sees fronts fronts looks over and sees Charlie watches fronts thing from his first thought was if I leave now what I am he decided to spare the B. seventeen but he knew if he laughed he would be condemning it to death because another Luftwaffe fighter may come along and finish what he should have done so he looks at Charlie and Charlie looks at him and froze to something very unusual maybe one of the most unusual gestures of World War two he looks at Charlie smiles and he nods Charlie looks back he doesn't not back he doesn't wave he closes his eyes and shakes his head because to Charlie he's in a living nightmare he opens his eyes in the German still there the turret ball of the ball turned on top still he can't fire but it has guns at one point one of the crew climbs up there and flood wags the guns out front Stigler did front see that it occurred at the very end of their short encounters they flew together for no more than ten minutes might have an eight minutes might even seven no one knows but they float over the North Sea together and and Franz has decided he said okay I'm gonna try to get you out of Germany and then that my job done so he looks over at Charlie once they're out over the ocean and then Charlie told his crew many says get up in your guns and and tournament chases crazy German away this Charlie's unnerved he doesn't know what this German is doing and really Franz was staying with them not to play a game not to shoot him down over the C. like Charlie body might he was escorting them essentially when Franz sees that gun or get in the turret and he sees the turret start to move toward him Franz makes another one of those Hollywood like gestures he swoops Charlie he says good luck you're in god's hands eight peels away and flies back to Germany back to Germany France stickler in December nineteen forty three just to finish quickly with Charlie that day Charlie decides not for Sweden but to get home to England he arrives home they fire the red flare all of you who know twelve o'clock high that's what they fired outside when they had wounded on board he lands the play he's lost one crewman everybody else is there that day and what I like about the way Charlie remembers the story to Adam is that it's just another day's work go inside get yourself a meal get some sleep we're going to go out again exactly their tour at that time was twenty eight twenty nine missions and for them this was just a really bad first one front stickler it's now Bavaria nineteen twenty seven which is and not an idyllic time for Germany they see is a a troubled land losing the first war the radical inflation the inability for Germany to sustain itself again because of the penalties the Versailles treaty there many explanations Bavaria is the southern most agrarian based province state and he's very Catholic that's important at the same time it is the cradle of the **** party in Munich in the beer halls of Munich fronts goes up in World Bavaria with his brother and of men in fronts of father Joseph who is that to fronts brother Joseph is the best friend of Ron's dad and his priest now in that day and age the priest in your in your Perisher in your town had a different relationship than today you wouldn't just go to mass once every Sunday it was you would see the priest daily on in many cases they were the teachers at the schools in many cases you went to mass every day and so he was a founding figure in France's life but it was also an interesting man because father Joseph had been a fighter pilot in World War one and then he became a priest after the war whether it was guilt whether it was for salvation but he he loved flying though so he he abhorred war but he loved flight and he was coaching Franz and Frances brother in the ways of of gliding that was the voice pastime nice you twenty seven we move quickly now because between twenty seven and thirty nine Germany go through a dramatic transformation in votes in eight of Adolf Hitler and the dictator as chancellor votes in man in nineteen thirty three the **** party quickly sweeps apart side all opposition takes control of the government and what what follows is a March towards catastrophe nineteen thirty five thirty six thirty seven thirty eight thirty nine the war begins with the attack on Poland the phony war ends with America coming into the war we now go to Africa France is now a member of the Luftwaffe flying in Africa with JG twenty seven what is that JG twenty seven is known as the desert wing so tough fighter wing about two hundred pilots flying Messerschmidt one oh nine fighters in the desert now they're fighting against the British Franz it's very important no when he went to Africa he was a different person so as a young man he's very ideal like he's very easy going when he joined the Luftwaffe he was basically drafted conscripted he was made a flight instructor in one of his students was his own brother he trained his own brother fly sent his brother August off to war in August was killed so when Franz reported to Africa it was by choice when his brother was killed he said I want to be a fighter pilot he went to Africa for revenge it's the British and the Germans fighting in Africa chiefly and this is the part of the war that America didn't seem much because it was before America gets in December forty one and then in the early days after America enters because of the Japanese attack the British Empire and the German colonial empire are battling along the north shore of Africa North Africa the same ground we know today Libya all the way across to Cairo Egypt when we come back we'll go to North Africa with front stickler because this this band of flyers and look five is France's orientation to his brethren took camaraderie and his understanding of chivalry in the sky the book is higher call Adam Marcus is the is the author and it's an incredible true story of combat and shivering in the war torn skies of World War two I'm John bachelor this is the John Batchelor show the new seventy seven WABC.

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"adam marcus" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

11:11 min | 1 year ago

"adam marcus" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"You're doing the state I mean this is MTV back in what year this was ninety ninety to ninety two. We did a show called. You wrote it you watch it which we were reenacting letters about From from fans and we were doing that show that was show we one of the directors actors on there And then that was ninety two losing track. I think ninety three. It's when we started the state. Yeah because I think I did the pilot for that show that never made it like a ninety five or ninety six. That's probably around the tonight five. We did the. CBS disaster the sea when we jumped to the network. And then that was that was like Doc Tober ninety five so the MTV show is like before then so what was it like. I mean you get near University of meeting all these guys he's big personalities were was there an immediate attraction. Immediate love between all of you where you were just like you all each other on you liked everybody. Yeah there there was at a we. We took each other pretty quickly and I don't know it's one of those things where you you never know why this group of people got together. I think we are all very smart. Ambitious extremely talented. Those guys are are incredibly talented. And and so I feel like that you know people like that attract each other and there was safety in numbers. There's like okay. What if we came up with you know at the group where we all perform in right and so it happened pretty quickly in terms of US getting along of course as you move on there's dysfunction in any big group gruppen? Those dynamics start to particular and and everyone sees what annoys each other about each other. And so who is a leader. Though was their leader was was a David. Wang was the our friend Todd Holler back founded. The group Todd Hall was in a sketch group with David Wayne and Mo Willems who Mo Willems Mo Williams is a an incredible and very popular Children's book author And he had founded this Sketch group called the Sterile Yak the tot holiday David Wayne were in todd. Broke off from that informed A group called the new group which ended up become the state. So that was that's all at Nyu now who did you honestly in the beginning when you first were there and like this guy is the funniest who did you look up to where you're like. Oh I mean not to say look this is events so it's not like you're saying putting throwing any wasn't that your God this guy is going to be a star. Wow can was like. Ken Made Me Laugh Very Hard Marino. Tom Lennon was wicked. Smart and funny Although it's funny Tomlin and we talk about this so I don't feel bad sharing this like I didn't like Tom when I first met him. Tom was very tom had it. Tom Thomson very like arrogant to me. And standoffish And we ended up going in for this student film film directed by Adam Marcus who did one of the Jason Movies and we were in the audition and we just hit it off. We had a great red addition. We booked this student foam. And we've been close ever since I love that man. He's generous it but it's interesting how you meet somebody and like you. Don't take it to them immediately. And then they become really really close. You have friends like that. Yeah I also think it's. It's easy for people I don't know how many times someone is said Either about me or about a friend of mine or somebody I know or an actor in now. I've learned not to listen to like. Yeah my friend Joan. Her friend John John Friend. Jim said that Dax Shepard was not really nice and I'm like Why I'm by the way this isn't a true story? This is not a truce now. It's not a true story but like you know and Like why oh. I don't know. She said she went up to him to get a picture. And you don't want to take a picture I'm like do. Do you think maybe he might have had been having a bad day. You think maybe he was in a rush was he. Eating was the hour. I'm a good judge of character. I think that's a good trade of my for the most part. I mean people like this. The person's good I I trust them. They seem like genuine person. I I my friends are better than me. Yeah I was part But I give people the benefit of they say so and so I go you know. That's well that's why you have so many friends I mean you what's amazing about you rosie is that I. I want your Halloween Party. I don't know when it was a few years ago probably October over. It was it last year I was at the end. Mothers ecological another terrific character. We were a bunch of boneheads showing up like not in costume. Everyone is in costume. And so I think I wore like a quint shirt or some josh shirt. Anyway you have so many people that love you. You should know that you should know that because it's it's important. It's easy to forget things like that. especially when you're feeling alone or out of it not sink not feeling like you belong. I went down like all these guys. Rosie that's amazing and it's true and I and I was happy to be there and be invited and that I also knew you so it just hold onto that known that because that's that's an important thing to remember when you you when you have those days where you like talking about doing it again but you know all this. I want to say first of all I Jimmy. Thank you for that. I mean it's incredibly kind of you and I appreciate did that the problem my mind. It's not that I don't believe you. It's not that I don't think they love me. My friends love me. It's this dichotomy of of yeah of course but then I'm always organizing stuff and doing fun things and doing this and having Thanksgiving and having a Halloween party and doing what. If I just didn't do that anymore with these still they still want to give a shit about me and I I would hope the answer is yes some of them. I'm just like sometimes I I worry I go God you're such a helper such a people pleaser. You're such a like I want to be liked and it's you know it's like dude true but like you don't don't you have your family. You have your job you have your kid. You don't go. Hey I'm GonNa do this an invite all these people all the time and I am getting better at it and I've been working on myself but you know no and I genuinely think people care about me. Yeah I do. It's not about. That's not an issue for me to allow people in. I think I think I just you know I've talked about this some billion times but you know getting it at a young age getting kitty on life and you walk around life you know like I don't know if I've ever been really felt love that I was really like few people. I feel that way but I can relate to that. I related that yeah I can relate to that in that. There are many times when I'm in a room and I'm like uh-huh what the hell am I doing here with. All these amazing people like what what what's that about. I should not be here and I've realized that you're never in a room. You're not supposed to be if you're in the room you deserve to be in the room period. So that's helped me just take could step back. Take a step back Trauma Abbott. What else is APP? It's this is what happens when you prepped for colonoscopy protein. What's in your mind right now? You're begging you to get rid of Shit yes but like you have to step back and remember that the you're there for a reason to to just accept it just own it you know and that's helped me. I hear your point about having a family right if I had this amazing place that you have. I've with all these incredible things that inspire you in it. That's wonderful and yet you're like well. What what else is there? What what about the family all that stuff? I could understand where your where your head might start to spin and be like what happens if I don't though the parties is it. Just do I turn to Howard Hughes or or whatever it is you know what I mean but you won't you won't you won't. There's too many you you're a you're a people. Gather you have an energy to you that just people I like it. So don't sweat it. Well I thank you my friend. Yeah Man I find but look back to you back to me as I view it is inside of me. What else we haven't talked about? We talked about Brooklyn while. I WanNa talk about Brooklyn but you know that whole journey from going from the state into this like starring on things doing things you're always like going. Hey I remember playing poker with you. I've never been at bars with you and it's just like hey joe I might do this independent thing. I don't know pain. I remember remember going up to quadruple. BANGERS called is four. You know you're staying in this thing. What were one of those little private urinals? Yeah those and you were. I just like doing this little bit. Part I've waited fourteen hours I haven't shot yet and I can just tell like you didn't you didn't show up. I knew it like you're like I just I just want something to hit. Yeah you you know I just WANNA be able to go on set every day. Yeah and be have a purpose. Say I'm here to do my part and work. You wanted to war. You're starting your star. This is a very interesting part of the conversation. Were segue into now because what you're talking about is accepting when your time is right. I had a longtime accepting when my time. It's GonNa be many actors. Go through that mark. Kevin Jackson just did a podcast with Brooklyn nine. And we're talking about Brooklyn nine in that. I almost didn't go in for Brooklyn Nine. I almost didn't get Brooklyn nine nine because I'd gone in. I put myself on tape for Allison Jones. Then they wanted me to come back in for a callback or session at that point of his during a very kind of dark time in my career in my head about my career like you know what I've done survey I've done all these like little movies. I've seen enough like like everyone knows what I can do. Like cast me cast me but like I'm tired of it. Who's really the EGO was overwhelming? Swallow me up and I almost didn't go and if I didn't go I would not be on the show. Clearly more importantly the lesson learned. Is that no one knows you anything. And if if you're doing a job because you're expecting to get another job you gotta find what you like about it. I know that's you hear it all the time you find the join. What what you do? But you'll get you realize that's really the truth because it put me in such a a mood of Eldest and people know what I can do. Just give it to semi give it to me entitlement. That really starts to wear you down and it starts to infiltrate you in a in in negative ways and you don't enjoy we around. I remember member. Ken Marino is such a great guy. His wife Erika Young wrote this really funny visuals. Here's burning love that. Ken was in so dominy. Funny people were in that shooting that and I was just in a terrible mood and can bring me a set like while we're shooting you know I didn't know disruption during the set but between takes I was just like not at the greatest of moods and he's like what he's like man to can. I love you I love this. This is so funny like I just couldn't be doing this. Like web shows like it was really narrow minded own grateful type of stuff and he her as a friend and he related and here I am talking. There's someone that also hadn't got his big break cans amazing and seeing all this stuff but also hadn't gotten his break and you realize you just end up sounding like a complete asshole asshole because you can't see your path you can't see when.

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"adam marcus" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

11:04 min | 1 year ago

"adam marcus" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"That and and Gators it just phenomenal on the podcast so make sure you download that and sweet he's also got a column up with stuff with Jerry Narron who was the catcher who went to take over when Thurman Munson passed away so it is just fascinating stuff yeah if you're old enough to remember it or if you weren't there and you weren't around it is just great stuff to read the column download the podcast it is really really good so go check it out and at the same time it like I said the article is with Jerry Narron and that was not an easy situation for him to take over for Thurman Munson that spot and of course Gator but we've had in here before it is always good let's spend some time in a matter of losing tough losing a teammate I mean no harm in months and was just captain I'm lost to it's tough which to did you when you were following a loss when in college yep accident as they were driving home they fell asleep in the media and they both got ejected out of the car one died one man and one lived in then of course steaming there yep they're absolutely right about that up is always tough and these avoiding you that can never be filled well Sweeney does great work here with both cater exit thirty with Marty podcast at radio dot com it anywhere you could get a podcast in the article it WFAN dot com as well check it out all right Max looked rolling along they are juggernaut streak E. in a row Zack Wheeler on double yesterday he was phenomenal no luck punctuated with main meal yep like Neil running into the fan or running into the net again making a great catch can know with big hits all of a sudden after he was terrible and to come out of nowhere homers any doubles in a in a most important spot you know you just look up and down at the mess right now and they are playing with a lot more confidence since the all star break thirteen and five they're obviously pitching better I tend to still be a little bit hesitant to get excited about the Mets yet even though they are four out now in the wild card and they're going to Pittsburgh and they've got this all schedule coming up and the reason being is just for a larger part of the season they have not been early is good because of the ball back so I can't all of a sudden say that a group that for the most part has not changed other than re shuffling guys like it just the way you know in and out all of a sudden think that's going to immediately improve as a group but you look good Justin Wilson in in guys like give their mechanics together it impacts in better and you know even familiar looked okay you know D. as been up and down but he'll wind when teams get confidence in you know they put their going against teams that they should be but they lost his same team they got swept by the Marlins so the fact that they they're come together I feel like maybe they see this is a sign and I got that Joe to energy it initially from the Stroman trade the fact that nobody data entry will it affect the they held on to send the gar and they may be put on himself Hey guys we got to pay play better we got to have a greater attention to detail teams can really really lock in we we we see it a lot sometimes guys you know we do you go through the season is at the beginning is so much baseball to play you take things for you all have a sense of urgency I feel like this team since you know we thought they were going your broken up has had a sense of urgency as play with a bit of aids and I feel like that can be carried on now we'll see you know if they could you know go through and they beat the pirates in a in a you know to get closer to five hundred or get over five hundred you know to tennis is going to be when they run up against the nationals may go against you know the Braves can they win those series it with a windows here is you have to take them seriously and know that they can be dangerous as they are constructive right now if they get in the post season looking at what they can for out there that guy asking that guys can goal you know the guy single potentially seven innings you know will it was excellent and that's why you know you gotta love you know what they're doing and and that's how you protect the bullpen by being able to get anybody starters you know I think that it look the bullpen as a whole we know was not been good okay and then one day Evan D. as still scares the hell Audi a four million if you only want to let him into the ball park I mean if you you just don't want to anywhere near the team and the guiding you been able to rely upon the most has been sepuluh go even gives element of times you don't trust in the biggest of spot so this is this is my concern I don't want to sit here and tell you that the Mets don't have the starting pitching they relied on starting pitching more than anybody else in baseball through the first half of the season it didn't get him anywhere because the pain was so bad and they have been much better offense of late because of a larger because of brick Neil and and those guys add something special to what they're doing and I think they're great building blocks but when I talked about leading up to the deadline about being realistic about your situation I don't think that I'm not a line by saying maybe they just weren't that good and not ready enough and you look at where they are in terms of the the guys to higher levels of the minor leagues they're they're not even close at the top of the minor leagues right now you know they traded guys away the guys that they traded last the other day for Stroman they did thanks also weren't even that good to begin with we know what they did with cal naked everybody else the beginning of the year in the other tree in the other deal and at some point I just think they need to get better and deeper as a whole and we've all pointed to the starting pitching for years and years and I got your one World Series get your one World Series on a great run and I'm not gonna sit here and tell you that I expect nor Syndergaard to go over a sign on tech second half their truck Wheeler to do the same thing that he did in the second of last year and that's one of the things and I'll get into it today with people on Twitter you know the idea that Zack Wheeler you're gonna start talking about a multi year extension with I mean just settle down and I'm not I'm not hating on Zack Wheeler here okay I'm looking at this guys passed and people just want to ignore things that have happened they want to ignore that he's gone to the D. L. four five six different times in his career they've done right and and the last year and a half or so he's been healthy with the exception of legal tender about ten dead ten twelve days twenty one on the aisle other than that he was true in season ten people that well which is one Tommy John sort of a fortress strainers well he's had all kinds of other issues that have popped up here and there and when that happens right before the deadline that did not help their bargaining position the wisest move the Mets can do when it comes to Zack Wheeler is ten not give him a three year fifty million dollar deal that is really miss out locating your funds it is give him the qualifying offer and see if he takes it because I don't know that another team automatically is going to hand in fifty or sixty million dollars and surrender draft I mean how much how much did the angels give RB eight nine it's different I mean the angels gave Harvey like Caroline today given that much take a look you're right they might even have an eleven scruffy so it only takes one team yeah was eleven for Harvey there's only one they don't know it only takes one and the fact that other team see value your player I think the Mets are are surprised that the astro see something in him and maybe they're like you know what are we missing something and with this new analytics department you know can he be a guy that you know can be somebody that you can commit to long term because we don't believe that they're going to commit to send our long term but they got him under control for the next two years if you get Willard and you haven't Willard the ground instrument writing you and you go on for so I think that's I think that's the game plan as well with their with their doing anything they there they can win that way right there trying to replace with a hat Angela was in South Carolina will squeeze him and here enjoy what's up but Hey guys first time long time I got a crazy question I don't think anybody else yet surprise basically the Mets actually make the wild card and maybe win a series do you think Brody has a what a baby keeping Mickey next year no I think I think I think the Hazara question but the the haze already in a bar right there and I think I think Brody wants his manager so my day he's going to go down with and I feel like you can make a case that they will they win in spite of make you sometimes not because of them and I I don't think that he that he survives even if the team does well in a all right well you know it all depends on the players to a jealous Slade well the manager look great and so that's a great question I mean I I how do you it's hard to justify firing the manager of the takes a team that was ten games under one point and makes the playoffs was a record one zero got fired but you were there ten years it was different yeah he he was there at eight and Georgie the you're right if you go back to his very first job with Florida any rub people the wrong way and they had a they had a good year they won seventy eight games of the like that for them which was phenomenal yeah like yeah like we've been Sambil like you can't let success kinda go out like kinda like cloud your judgement I think you know you know if he said that the manager for this team will they win or they don't I think they have to make the a the NLCS for looking to keep his job and you get like a one year extension number room remember remember having with jets in and rex in is like all one more year he won in the last couple games they kept yes the worst thing you can do you do now it's not about you know somebody you know in the record all the time is about you know really how to fit isn't going forward how does he fit he's a little brown there's definitely no Lou brown and him up at all nobody's going out there and you don't get that impression let's go to to get this done for the mac win one for the Gipper two fourteen eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six NEC joins us next from Pittsburgh so what should we expect to see Adam Marcus Stroman and was he surprised at the Mets trade deadline and how they handle things will discuss it with the great and Coleman next we're live from the town fair tire studios powered by town fair tire nobody detail fair tire nobody let's say you just bought a house bad.

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"adam marcus" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"adam marcus" Discussed on Get Up!

"But also he can now take pressure off JJ Riddick who they're only shooter. So now all of a sudden they have height they have Bursa Tilleke when they go against Boston. When they go against the Greek freak, they could do a lot of switch and with Jonathan Simmons. I think the Philadelphia seventy Sixers favor right now, I'm gonna roll the raptors. And I just think that the depth of Toronto stands out to me. I think Siachen has been made the most improved player in the NBA this season getting Zola's huge. But I think there's still more pieces to come for them. Their roster is not full. So they're going to be buyers in the buyout market. So what are they going to do? Now in the next week. That's going to help solidify. I'm betting on the futures here. Toronto not as right now. Look if you look at Russia's I agree with you. I think it's the seventy Sixers. But if what did they pick up one or two extra guys the next two weeks? It can make a difference and adding even more depth to that bench. Then I'm thinking Toronto's probably going to be the same again feels like Miranda. They made all these moves just for matchups to. That's what I was thinking. I mean, you Adam Marcus hall. And for the rafters and you're trying to figure out. Okay. What is going to be the best matchup who's gonna guard? Joel embiid. I literally think that everyone was playing chess during the trade deadline, and I also think that we're not getting enough credit to the bucks who has the best record right now in the east. Absolutely. In the great thing about having a legit go-to guy. A superstar is now you can mask his weaknesses by building the roster. So Jaanus is a terrific driver. And really versatile is going to do a lot of dunks. But now you need shooters around them. You had Lopez. You brought him in this off season been terrific plan center. Now, you bring mirror Tisch's will give them some flexibility up front with the.

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"adam marcus" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"adam marcus" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"I didn't think it was the players fault. But the NBA said, hey, you can't go into the crowd. Right. You can't go after our customers. We just can't have. I have no problem with the. I mean, I do think the Conor McGregor. Fine should have been a little bit more seals light compared to five hundred thousand. But if a beep did start it, but I have no problem with that really any amount. What they're basically saying is if our guys are brutal to other guys are at least, we control it. Right. Don't go after our customers. I had a huge problem with this from the beginning. It's not it's not ok people. And I don't know how this gonna sounds people. But this is supposed to be an art, right, right? It's it's martial arts. This is not just a brawl in the street that we're all going to some unsanctioned fire art people pay money to go and watch this sporting events not to get attacked in the crowd. And I don't care if they were going after the guys it could've it could've gone so much worse than it did. That was crazy. It's it's so unacceptable. It really is. It's like someone could have gotten really. Oh, lord. It's it's crazy. All right. So the play patriots are playing the nobody respects us card, and it's it's probably little fair considering the criticism that they've gotten this year. Everyone was talking about how on patriot. Like they were. Yeah, we may have had some discussions about their skill players that they took personally and gronk says he does not take it to hearts, and he uses it as fuel for jokes to lighten the mood in the locker room. He said, we know that there's been a lot said about this year said about us this year, but we've been bracing it, and I would say a little bit more than usual. But we're not letting it distract us. We're just bracing it and taking in bringing out good energy. We're doing it all for laughs. And fun seem like they're having fun. They have this this this air from media day at like as if nothing that's negative concerned about them can infiltrate. They're they're they're good armor both kids were having. Yeah. That'd be luck. I mean, how many times have they been there? This is not new to them. Brady's like forty one year old guy looking to these kids kids, the kids, I think it might actually been that kid asked Brady about the haters and how he handles the haters, and he says just hand them with love you don't give hate back. This all very, you know, nothing can nothing can bother us attitude. Finally, the Rams offseason. Splurge saw them Adam Marcus Peters, keep to leave and Donna can sue. And when Peters was asked about the team bringing in players with questionable reputations. He had an interesting comparison. He said what happened with the golden Golden State brought in all those people's with the difference between them bringing in guys and us bringing guys change of scenery is always good. Sometimes I guess it wasn't working Casey was time to move on. When you come into a great organization with a great head coach great owner and just the whole organization how everything's run so smoothly,.

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"adam marcus" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"adam marcus" Discussed on Here & Now

"This podcast in following message are sponsored by ziprecruiter are you hiring every business needs great people and a way to find them something more than posting your job online and just praying for the right people to see it ziprecruiter revolutionized hiring tiring are technology finds great candidates for you it learns what you're looking for identifies people with the right experience and invites them do apply to your job right now listeners can try it for free at ziprecruiter dot com slash here that's slash h e r e zip recruiter the smartest way to hire harrison's principles of internal medicine has been called the most recognized book in all of medicine but now is being scrutinized not for what's in it before what's not a new study found that authors of the book failed to disclose financial interests in the things they wrote about things which earn some of them more than eleven million dollars in payments between two thousand nine and thirteen from drug companies medical device makers and the medical patents the authors held while transparency isn't legally required for textbooks the studies researchers are calling for greater disclosure adam marcus contributes to stat news the watchdog column he joins us from new york so adam who did the study end tells more about what they found so the study was conducted by a group led by a fellow member brian piper whose neuroscientist guys for caramel school of medicine in spread pennsylvania and he and his colleagues had done similar sorts of studies looking at undisclosed potential financial conflicts of interest in.

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"adam marcus" Discussed on BuzzFeed's The Library: A Drag Race RuCap

BuzzFeed's The Library: A Drag Race RuCap

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"adam marcus" Discussed on BuzzFeed's The Library: A Drag Race RuCap

"But if shea wins that means we're going to get sasha in allstars three so i'm rooting for shea to win just because i want more sonesta okay ally asia i know she says i i just want to sit by like a fireplace with her and like half her read to me all day or that or have her read you yes that too i don't care i just i just wanna hang out with her either think the really cool thing about this final fours i would actually on some level be okay with any of them winning and i never said that about a season before i don't think i do think is really interesting that she sasha trinity really prove themselves in the challenges in i think with peppermint she's just really proved herself in the lift savings severe she was like almost eliminated in so i feel like that sort of why i think i've had dory art tell ya they've kept her i mean yeah there's a lot of reasons for i think that she's and topfour but i think that she just had such a lovely story and it's it's nice to have our in there could she is definitely not on the same competing level as the rest of the girls but you know there have been other seasons where the same has happened in some of them of one the ira will we will see in one week's time adam marcus brittany thank you all so much for being here thank you for having i feel like coming home every time i go to be here this was gone i hope will not the last time i'm here well you know it's i've been kind to every single one of you and i will continue to be kind toward success so thank you so much j j k guys i said j k it's a joke it's fine jk think you all so much once again if you like the episode please rate and review as on i tunes and with that the library is close.

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