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Reading police officer pleads not guilty to manslaughter charge in deadly 2018 shooting north of Boston

WBZ Morning News

00:51 sec | 5 months ago

Reading police officer pleads not guilty to manslaughter charge in deadly 2018 shooting north of Boston

"Officer in reading, pleading not guilty to a manslaughter charge following the deadly 2018 shooting of a domestic violence suspect, James RoHaas, telling us the district attorney is arguing the officer did not follow department policy. It was 12 seconds between the time officer Eric Bruske radioed in that he found the suspect and when two shots were fired, the Middlesex district attorney The office says Alan Green now did have his hands in his pockets when he approached the officer but didn't pose an immediate threat and wasn't armed. Russkies attorney Peter Pacheco, however, says there was a threat given the circumstances, adding that his client has been overcharged. This will be a trial. At trial. The evidence will clearly show that he acted consistent with his training in the active in proper self defense. He has been released without bail. He'll be back in court on December 30

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College Athletes Forced To Sign Coronavirus Waivers To Return To Campus

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:05 min | 9 months ago

College Athletes Forced To Sign Coronavirus Waivers To Return To Campus

"The last couple of days you certainly seen stories circulating the various schools are requiring players for voluntary workouts to sign waivers. We had Alan Green on earlier from Albany. said they talked about it. They decided not to. So. What does it really mean I? Know what it sounds like. It sounds really bad does heather has done some reporting on that and so much else, and she joins us from ESPN. Heather, great W on. It's always a pleasure. I know you know what it means, but I'll let you take the audience through the process. We said hello to you. Hey Paul. Thanks for having me on I. I think the best way to describe. It is through reporting, which is what Ohio state athletic. Director Gene Smith told me when I spoke to him last night and I asked him. Is this a way to protect yourself? Is it a liability issue? and His answer was no. This is not a legal document. That's why we're calling pledge, and that's because athletic directors throughout the country are concerned about what happens when these college kids leave the confines of Control of athletic facilities. And you know this is, this is the concern as departments are bending. Bending over backwards Paul to not only meet CDC guidelines, but to exceed them to protect these student athletes, but as soon as these players Wanna go to their favorite Taco bar to their girlfriend's house or the other bar whatever it might be all bets are off, so gene Smith is saying is we put this plan in place to try to get them to promise to us that? When they leave the athletic facilities, they will wear a mask. They will social distance. They will be responsible and do what they can to protect themselves the team and stop the spread of the corona virus. I'm glad you explained that. Because we've all been reacting with our is Eyebrows raised heather beyond that. You can't just look at your television and get a snapshot that the numbers are going up because we're. We're in a different spot here. Fourteen weeks in. We were weak, one two or three, but. Some of this negativity comes at really inopportune time as college football moves, everything else moves toward an opening what? What is your reporting? Tell you about where we are well. I've been on the phone all day. Actually trying to answer that question because things are changing and I spoke to Florida. Athletic Director Scott Stricklin today, because he's in Florida where cases arising, and he's still very optimistic. That college football is going to start on time and we're. They are located. I don't WanNa. Use the word safe, but they don't have a lot of cases within their outlet department right now in the community that they're in and you know I was on there. Zoom call last week with. With her doctors and they did a fantastic job again putting things in place to protect student athletes. Now you go to Houston where they had to shut down everything because there were not only six positive cases, but the keeping they were symptomatic. I don't know what to what degree, but that's important because it reminds everyone that they are student athletes. Yes, they are not invincible. Nobody knows exactly how this is going to impact the person that actually gets infected by so I think that's important to remember and I also talked to big twelve. Commissioner Bulls beat today. Yes I'm still very confident that we're going to have a college football season. You're going to see college football games, but it's going to be interrupted. It might be at levels at different places based on the resources that they have going to have outbreaks. Some schools will be able to handle them. Some schools will not and then finally I just hung up with Shane Lyons. Who is the chair of the Football Oversight Committee and he had a great quote, he said the coronavirus is controlling us. We are not controlling it. So as he said as I, sit here today I. Think we're going to have a college football season, but anybody who tells you that they actually know is lying.

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"alan green" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"alan green" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's politics with Amy Walter on the take away I sat down with Alan green black politics writer a governing to talk about the trends he's noticed in state legislatures governors races and how it's all tied to trends in national politics you know we have a very divided country right now as we all know in Washington that is reflected by division with a democratic house Republican Senate not agreeing on let the legislation to speak of little on sending it to the president but states have divided themselves so in other words instead of each state being divided states are controlled by one party the other you have took pretty much total dominance of a lot of states so rather than laboratories of democracy we have read labs in blue labs we have Texas and Tennessee and Ohio being Republican dominated in California and Colorado in Illinois all being timely by Democrats in there putting for a lot of legislation a lot of laws are being passed in the states and of course the Republican states are going one way on taxes and abortion yeah and yeah and gun control in the democratic states are going the opposite way but a lot is happening at the state level but it's a product of unified control not divided control let's look at a couple of those states that that do have divided control and this is the other thing that interested me Allen was that states like Massachusetts and Maryland deep blue states have Republican governors in these Republican governors are two of the most popular governors in the entire country compare that with what's happening say in Michigan which is a purple state but you have a Republican legislature and a democratic governor where they seem to be fighting constantly Wisconsin's the same newly elected democratic governor Republican legislature constantly fighting why does it seem like one way is working in the other places it's not so you you friend that is the Republican governors working well democratic legislatures than democratic governors and not work with well that's not entirely true there are examples the Republican governors from Clinton states or blue states are all very popular Maryland Massachusetts Vermont New Hampshire there among the most popular governors in the country and they are all seen as moderate they're they're they're all skeptical of of president trump to some degree or another yeah and what they've done is learn to live with the democratic legislature they recognize the big majorities and in the end they get along in terms of running the state and you know if at passing budgets and basic things like that well finding occasional areas where they can break so you know Charlie Baker of Massachusetts twice this year vetoed bills that would have made it easier for public employees to unionize so they they satisfy the Republican constituencies who recognize it's a democratic environment and in some democratic voters you know the New England states have a tradition of doing this having democratic legislatures and Republican governors with of the with governor acting as a little bit of a break on the legislature the one party dominance people like that people like governors who are not from the Donner party who come across as moderate in there some examples of this among the democratic governors with Republican legislatures but there's there's a lot of you know in Kansas for example the new democratic governor lore Kelly she could not give its legislature due to to do a Medicaid expansion she read a couple of tax cuts but they work together on things like education funding the end dealing with some child welfare issues that were big in that state and even in Michigan there was a criminal justice reform package it'd been forty years in the making but they got it done under this democratic governor Republican legislature but they have enabled see eye to eye on on the budget yeah and you know in Wisconsin they're they're barely speaking to each other the governor and the legislative leaders so you know if the legislators and the governor are of different party you're going to expect some conflicts sometimes it ends up in compromise.

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"alan green" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"alan green" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of the legislation that comes on the floor. This is sue the people chose the first time in a decade. Democrats now control both chambers of New York's legislature and the governor's office. What's known in politics as the trifecta? It didn't just happen here nationwide. Democrats nearly doubled the number of state capitals to a total of fourteen that they control entirely news. The cliche about states that there the laboratories of democracy that ideas get tried out there. We have read labs in blue labs. They're going to be moving very different ways. Alan green black a reporter for governing magazine. He says the biggest trend nationwide isn't red to blue the biggest trend is toward more states with one party rule. The good news is that most state capitals won't suffer the kind of grid. Blocked. It's frozen Washington. But his Republicans and Democrats pushed their agendas without the need for bipartisanship states. Could look more and more different on everything from abortion and taxes to the protections. Afforded immigrants people living in California and Oregon are going to have in a lot of ways very different set of laws that they're living under then people in Alabama and Arkansas in Missouri. There are just thirteen states left in the whole country where the two parties share power, and there are huge policy divides, especially on big budget things like healthcare and education democrat, Jared polis will be the new governor in Colorado, which also saw state Senate flip red to blue. Well, it's really a historic opportunity that voters have given to Democrats to me to produce. It can we save families money on healthcare. Can we expand kindergarten to be full day for every child in the state historically Republicans have treated state level races more seriously, but Alan green Blatt says this election reflected a clear turnabout? For Democrats who invested more money and worked harder to recruit candidates as a result. Democrats nationwide elected roughly three hundred and fifty new state legislators and saw a net gain of seven governors weaned. Thanks statehouses will grow as political battlegrounds in twenty twenty Democrats have slowly woken up to that fact that legislatures provide kind of the farm team of people who are going to run for congress. They handle redistricting in most states, they become important venues for issues like abortion voting marijuana, legalization and tax rates. Non down the list, Republicans did gain one party control in one state Alaska, but they lost trifecta power in four other states, Kansas Iowa, Michigan and Wisconsin bringing their total down to twenty three. This month's election did produce one other historic trend. A lot more LGBT candidates were elected to state houses almost all of them. Democrats Colorado's Jared polis, we the first openly gay governor in the country women and people of color. Also posted historic wins for the first time ever, New York state Senate will be led by an African American woman. Andrea Stewart cousins,.

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"alan green" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"alan green" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Texas. Am I for me? I think now with Alan green coming out the athletic director saying listen gusts going to be back next year. If I'm Gus. I'm just throwing birds to everybody and go let's go like we got nothing to lose here. I'm coming back. I got my contract extension. Stop playing. Let's let's aggressive. Nothing helps your job security like throwing birds too. Read redbird. What are you got here this weekend someone's making the gift right now? Yes. So I tended to go with Notre Dame because quarterback situation, but I think they're still going to have to state and selfishly I like it to be clubs. They could be at the game and test. I wanna see a compelling game. But I'm not gonna go bad lung. And the only reason why is that this is the type of game that Mike Gundy has pulled out of his butt in the past. And I think yeah, there you go I think back to the end of two thousand fourteen guys where Gundy's status as coach was very much uncertain. And they go into Norman, I think with tyreek hill and company and they pull off a big upset. So maybe I'll be wrong in Oklahoma wasn't going away. It's been one of the weirder teams in the country this year, but it's a rivalry game. Everything's on the line for. Oh, you and I could see Gundy in the post going in there and make an interesting. Thank you. I had picked I picked Oklahoma state as well. I think I would lean more Notre Dame now because of the injury because Florida state has some talent, but it's hard to quantify just bedlam and how much this means. I know it's enormous. That's the downside. But for the last six in this series have been decided by ten points or fewer. We're going to be down there over there. I should say for college game day on the radio side bread average, Trevor manager myself, we're we're hoping we don't see a repeat of two thousand fifteen when Oklahoma wanted in Stillwater by thirty five points. Adam the blank is the second best team in the ACC. By the way. No one said Rutgers for your first question. I forgot about, you know, not not sucking up. But I do think it's.

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"alan green" Discussed on Championship Drive

Championship Drive

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"alan green" Discussed on Championship Drive

"Because again, I just say I think that Georgia's still win that game. Our that's the one that I circle because the thing that Auburn has really struggled with again this year is that offense of line, and they have not been able to protect your it's them at. All right. Well, what's the one little knockabout Georgia defense this year is that I think they have what ten sacks the tiger season. They. Have not been able to pressure the quarterback. So if there's ever one little advantage that Auburn offense of line is going to have when they're banged up, and frankly, not very good against a top six opponent. It's going to be against Georgia's Pash right now. Maybe they found something kind of rallied behind Gus malzahn their comfort behind victory against Texas AM. I for me, I think now with Alan green coming out the director saying listen gusts going to be back next year. If I'm Gus I'm just throwing birds everybody and go let's go like we got nothing to lose here. I'm coming back. I got my contract extension. Stop playing. Let's let's be aggressive. Nothing helps your job security like throwing birds too. Redbird? What do you got here this weekend? Someone's leaking gift right now. Yes. So I tend to go with today because their quarterback situation. But I think they're still going to Florida state and selfishly I'd like it to be clubs be at the game and chestnut hill and wanna see a compelling game. But I'm actually gonna go bedlam. And the only reason why is that this is the type of game that might Gundy has pulled out of his but in the past. And I think I think there you go back to the twenty fourteen guys where Gundy's status as coach was very much uncertain. And they go into Norman, I think with tyreek hill and company and they pull off a big upset. So maybe I'll be wrong in Oklahoma wouldn't going away on the state's been one of the weirder teams in the country this year, but it's a rivalry game. Everything's on the line for. Oh, you, and I could see Gundy in the pokes going in there and making it interesting. Picked I'd picked Oklahoma state as well. I think I would lean more Notre Dame now because of the injury because Florida state has some talent, but it's hard to quantify just bedlam and how much this means. I know it's enorm-, and that's the downside. But for the last six in this series have been decided by ten points a few. We're going to be down there over there. I should say for college game day on the radio side grad everage, Trevor manager myself, we're we're hoping we don't see a repeat of twenty fifteen when Oklahoma wanted in Stillwater by thirty five point at the blank is the second best team in the..

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"alan green" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"alan green" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"This question what exactly does that mean it's the show is support for the ad show the show is support for the coach but did he specifically say i as president of auburn's i'm supporting brisk pearl he's supporting alan green supportive who's making the decisions i thought that old country song i caught you looking at me while i was looking at you i i don't know what let's let's let's all agree bruce pearl is safe every do you support brisk furrow do you support bruce for all mark and john yes of course do we all support bruce pearl case closed let's get kids who are break move on from that subject until further notice to the program land is in allentown pa pretty good pretty good pretty good song by billy joel go right ahead hey hey hey landon allentown good to hear from you quick question for you yup being a volunteer fan on was wondering how long they are going to keep hollywood as the women's basketball coach with all the talent that they have she is not coaching that team well and i'm just curious as to what's happening yeah i really don't know the answer to that question i did ask john adams a couple of days ago what he thought he's a sports columnist in knoxville and he said because of all the turnover new new chancellor new athletic director he felt that coach warlick would survive this year dad dad a winning group of players and couldn't win it now i don't understand it.

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"alan green" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"alan green" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"John was probably gonna put larry down but there was some concern yeah no do the right thing but it isn't it isn't accurate for larry to claim he'd beat john it is inaccurate now that is that is outrageous and we're finding larry in holding him over but here's one other thing i only saw that one incident maybe there's another incident i did not see where i'm going here alison i want you to join me we we do need a rematch we definitely need a rematch that's kind of what i was aiming for here we wanted to be fair yes and we don't want you know people get hurt around there yeah so i have to be in a ring what john's a pretty tough guy he's a young guys full of a lot of things yeah golly are john was gonna hold his on that's for sure yeah oh well i guess i will go i think i think he did a good job and i appreciate you being in the court today and court's adjourned take care right that was that was that was pretty stressful being the the prosecutor in the judge at the same time okay we got some news auburn president steven leaf supports for parole here's what he said alan green is fully capable of managing the situation that's why we hired him he's absolutely correct and how he is handling it and what he said alan understands that the state of college basketball as a whole isn't in a great place but i'm confident that he and coach pearl worked together through all the necessary and appropriate processes and as he said stay the course and operate with integrity i'm already looking forward to another exciting season of auburn basketball i i must ask both of you guys.

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"alan green" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"alan green" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Hold on a second brain where what liking someone is not the issue here i'm but i'm still struggling to understand what got bruce pearl in so much trouble and why or am i reading too much into this winning absolve bruce pearl or whatever else the president was uncomfortable with i think that the fought the fault of the the matter early on was that pearl just wasn't speaking to what i've never understood why he wasn't can you can you help us understand by understanding was that us getting that that guidance from his his lawyers turkic not to speak because the fbi investigation was going on and still is going on in the arrest of chuck person was so fresh but after that i think it became clear to bruce pearl that if he did it talk it start cooperating with auburn in their own internal investigation is own job might be on the line whether he was you know quote unquote safer not from any investigation or any wrongdoing gotta talk to your boss but it complicated matters because it was a legal matter involving trip person the question was was bruce pearl aware of it and as it stands right now it's certainly sounds like alan green and the president are saying and they've been loosening up the last two two weeks and finally came to a front that that today with that radio interview that bruce pro is going to be the head coach next season of course unless something else pops up but it doesn't sound like the expecting thing to pop up because their own internal investigation poll has been going on for five months and if nothing's popped up during that time it would have to be something brand new that just comes out nowhere for them to to make a decision like that.

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"alan green" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"alan green" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Or at auburndale in green keeping parole as coach is absolutely auburn's plan what i tell people is you know i have not had a chance until i got here to interact with coach pro and his staff and really to come and get an understanding in the lay the land and i felt that after being on campus for you know a few weeks that i and being around that team that had a good enough chance to to understand coach look at his program and then just realize you know what we do have a great person here for us and we wanna see that success continue you wanna do it the right way and it's just it's unfortunate that the state of college basketball is where it is we didn't get that where that we overnight recently won't we won't fix things overnight but knowing that the process of f b i n t investigation is is who knows how long it's going to be but it's going to be lengthy and so i think it's it's in our best inches stay the course wj alexa birmingham so okay what's frigging brandon marshall brandon thank you for your time we've had this conversation a number of times about bruce pearl's teacher we know we know how he was in dire straits and november we remember and you told us countless times the issues what has happened to cause the new fbi director alan green to make the statement that he just got through making.

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"alan green" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"alan green" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"No not necessarily in fact it was even said on the radio this morning during the interview i mean i'm the questioner even asked unless something else pops up will he get a coach next season and alan green ad said absolutely there's plenty more to kind of unpack with all this but as allen green said this is something that could take months maybe maybe a year or two with the fbi's involvement and then later the instable a and for now their plan is to keep bruce pearl on on board because of what he's done in the win loss column and also as as in green said he's kind of taking a liking to them as well hold on a second brain where what liking someone is not the issue here i'm but i'm still struggling to understand what got bruce pearl in so much trouble and why or am i reading too much into this winning absolve bruce pearl or whatever else the president was uncomfortable with i think that the fault the fault of the of the matter early on was that pearl just wasn't speaking to what i've never understood why he wasn't can you can you help us understand by understanding was that us getting that that guidance from his his lawyers turkic not to speak because the fbi investigation was going on and still going on in the arrest of chuck person was so fresh but after that i think it became clear to bruce pearl that if he did it talk it start cooperating with oliver in their own internal investigation is own job might be on the line whether he was you know quote unquote safer not from any investigation or any wrongdoing gotta talk to your boss but it complicated matters because it was a legal matter involving trip person the question was was breeze pearl aware of it and as it stands right now it's certainly sounds like alan green and the president are saying and they've been loosening up to last two.

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"alan green" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"alan green" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Birmingham so okay what's frigging brandon marshall brandon thank you for your time we've had this conversation a number of times about bruce pearl's teacher we know we know how he was in dire straits in november we remember and you told us countless times the issues what has happened to cause the new fbi director alan green to make the statement that he just got through making you know in late november you know things started to cool down i mean i remember when we were speaking i think the week of the alabama or auburn georgia game there there was a lot of talk about bruce pros future at the time and most of that was because bruce pearl was not cooperating fully with the president's office as far as discussing things in the through the program and what was going on around us program as related to that fbi investigation but the two sides kind of came to an understanding to sorta let everything kind of play itself out throughout the season and then sit down and talk but at the same time bruce pearl was starting to open up a little bit and speak more to president steven leaf of university so things kind of cooled down in december and obviously with all the winning winning a regular season sec title and then aldridge internal investigation continued things started to cool down a little bit for bruce pearl now does this mean that pearls ultimately in the clear.

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"alan green" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"alan green" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"You are listening to appalled find bomb show podcast mitch is in memphis you are on the air go right ahead oh fun bob are you do it i am doing great thank you they said they had they had day or quit following the state alabama mazda an end of ports in general it open for the higher another alan green and alabama hired loxley as an offensive coordinator and uh he's he's hold on say also take one at a time here what what's your problem with that alan green being hired auburn he don't know visually they don't know daily daily about sports in the south how do you know that when paul while he spent his guy he spent three years at all miss working when they ask conflict foul what did they don't know he was there between two thousand nine in two thousand twelve okay no hey this is 458 correct luckily call the shots at alabama so what are what are way what is your objection to that okay okay i listen i mean you obviously a hater that's fine i don't care are you hiring athletic director because you're trying to change the direction of a program that many believe had grown stale and really out of control so many different issues on that auburn campus i i don't know much about mr green other than what i saw today but he he is impressive he has good credentials and that's that's what you do when just auburn your auburn gone the route of bringing people in the know the program.

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"alan green" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"alan green" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"You took a call in the middle your press yards for those who were unable to to see it uh what happened i was in the middle of some remarks and someone's phone rang and i tried to ignore it but it rang and rang in rang in so i figured i needed to at least let the personnel that they were receiving a phone call and i'm lucky almaz answered it but i decided against it but that was a that was the first time experience for me you showed great auguring local knowledge will it was obviously an iphone and not not a new iphone and he made it very very slight reference to tim cooke who was one of the proud auburn graduates in a obviously the the head of apple shouaa right i came away very impressed with that so you're listening i'm impressed with that now no were you know well you know tim tim got the no to him a little bit and i i'm sure you will too and renew you'll find what we found in a series of interviews with him that he is passionate about auburn as he has apple i'll absolutely i'm looking forward to meeting him tune ten happens some discussions with him what congratulations i there are a thousand questions but none of them are really fair since you you were not even landed yet behind your desk but we would do a spending more time with you in the future and we can't wait to meet you paul thank you very much for having me on the show were eagle the guy alan green named earlier today as the director of athletic set auburn university succeeding jay jacobs.

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"alan green" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"alan green" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Oh the back as we move along on a friday afternoon just a working through the show lot of big stories after we've already talked to the new athletic director and auburn alan green we talked about the new offensive coordinator at alabama talked a rock next in columbus georgia hella rock hey how you doing paul we are doing great thank you all right take a time it seems like a was maybe one call per year it's all good i got you a things that um that kind of knowing me one is particularly ninety percent alabama fences knows just my opinion but most of them are eighty you know and if they feel offended they've been at ninety percent uh but it's just amazing how they turn on their quarterback i mean this kid has won twenty six ball games and to a constant and even though he did a fantastic job i'm a georgia fan um he came in a spark the offense michael backup should but now this this this this thing that he's supposed to be taking over as a star now is easy kind of maybe you're 5050 chance at us abaco comes in those good but you know wings teams have film on you and get to know your tendencies because he's kind of a risktaker he's a good athlete don't get me wrong but i think saving likes hurts because he's pretty much a safe player you know you're like mistakes that's why i liked them yeah so all these fan.

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"alan green" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"alan green" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Hey paul other hey y'all i'm joe by josh green but i was is calling in um for a couple of thing major major book college football fan but uh the loxley higher i have to give that you know thumbs up that's that's just some great that we have uh but owners dogged by alan green um i'm alabama fan alabama loan uh went to alabama recruited by coach cultural from alabama awhile that when he left florida state yeah uh allen during a lotta people don't give them the uh the respect from buffalo lewis central florida i think the guy is uh the guy's a heads up athletic director he put in the work and he is where he needs to be at right now you know much about him uh yeah followed him a lot uh like i said i i i used to play football and i've done a lot of a lot of research on a lot of guys and he is he he's a heads up guy that i think that we will give all over the edge and he will let the causes make the decisions and not just be athletic director that says this is what's going to happen this we're going to do and he's going to get the coaches some option and i think that's a great thing uh china's same thing with loxley going in them they're saving loxley reminds me a lot of cockrel uh back in '98 ninety nine amid caution when he came to daphne high school in alabama where i was from where it's you know that's a breedingground noticing.

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"alan green" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"alan green" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"You were gang tie nomination people love that so i just wonder for you is a lake what can i do that's going to scare me the most for theater kazakhstan because i wouldn't like it was pretty scary i don't know i don't think that's like it's conscious i think again it's about relationships janine to story who wrote fun hohmann possession tonywinner and an extraordinary here of being and an amazing composer saami consulations and said will you come to citycentre where she was there to seek director and do little shop of wars with alan green to which i refused and then she just incessantly sent me weird notes and presence to the stage door for about a month until i agreed and i did little shove horrors at citycentre over for performance and it was a it was this sort of smash like emotionally artistically you know it was just amazing and she came to me she said what do we do next let's to sunday in the park at citycentre just for four performances and that thing just came out of again discovery of a piece of a masterpiece and the joy brought me but i don't ever song in anything before yeah i mean yes of some my entire life and it's not something no i think about me is i'm trying more to open up to the things in the things i love in the person i am i think i've probably hidden those things you know because i think someone disqualifies you as a movie actor and there's it's such an incredible thing to be able to do that you stay within that space opio he sings inaugarated i knew everybody seeing nato but then i would see people like hugh jackman and hathaway sing at the oscars remember watching them and going man that's bull man that makes me feel joy like in just my heart just opened up and i think.

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"alan green" Discussed on Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"alan green" Discussed on Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

"So if you go back and listen to some of the earlier stuff we've done our guest chef giving us a good idea on uh what exists out there now capitalism wise free enterprise uh and the degree to which that should be more or honestly less regulated take your pick yeah and we have obviously talked at length about what happens when an economy benefits the rich at the expense of everyone else take that fund story all the way back to ancient rome and behind and the fact that went into konomi gets too unbalanced you can get populists revolt populist revolts of of sort of varying degrees of severity and or violence and that gets us to this suggestion from alan green blat they are technically to suggestions first of all one let you know how much i just love the show you guys crack of me up i think even rename it make me smart by making me laugh what i want to talk about was the choice of words for moral capitalism which i think we all agree doesn't quite work and it has a lot of baggage anyways uh what i think you should call it is balanced capitalism because the problem is capitalism gets out of balance and what we need is more balance uh amongst who benefits from it so simply balanced capitalism summit lament like a third it's so good man i like that actually it has no uh baggage you know there's no kind of politics attached to it it's just an entities factbased reich his capitalism is out about china yeah totally i love that's like mindful meditation capitalism except balanced is better um we have also got another names populist or popular capitalism responsible capitalism individual optimization capitalism wow all right we're not use known i i don't know who back in from we're not gonna use that although i could see that in a white paper the idea i guess is that the goal of our economy should be to maximise the output of every.

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"alan green" Discussed on The Guardian UK: Politics Weekly

The Guardian UK: Politics Weekly

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"alan green" Discussed on The Guardian UK: Politics Weekly

"No i mean what's interesting at the moment is the police force police officer speaking out suggesting they have the adequate powers the problem is is numbers his meets resources trusted addict today the metropolitan police commissioner and argued for example that while she's press but she's difficult for sean intervene in election campaign but needed more resources but david alan green for example the lawyer the legal expert suggest that he can't think of any new legislation on terrorism which would in any way help those ample legislation on on terrorism but just thought point about in terms of extremism prevent is the flagship programme which the tories have on at monitoring supposedly levels of extremism the public sector has gt responsibility for example in schools to detect levels of extremism but it's as i report by as committee point was toxic and maybe we'd doggy counterproductive what he would he thanked them for them will i just think a memo you really do not want with jihadism is you do not want it to be harboured across whole communities whole streets in the way the irish republicanism woes mainstream across parts of wealth west belfast that's when you've really lost if you've got whole sections of cities hasn't where most and that hasn't happened a tool and in fact the perpetrator manchster lots of people had give mornings to the authority but i think if you go to heavy on the corner of sense everyone's teachers aspire on on your child then it would be easier to see yourself getting into a world where there's much wider support for in the community and then when you said that was what was behind a reference to the public sector was due to the mega 'cause i was wondering what prisons pubs which will include a member you think schools was in her mind i don't know i mean prisons a different case because obviously people beyond being surveillance of tomor imprisoned yoga we know that they can somehow it said incubate.

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