17 Episode results for "Allison John"

Full Episode: Monday, May 11, 2020

Nightline

18:35 min | 7 months ago

Full Episode: Monday, May 11, 2020

"This is nightline tonight. Black on armed and gunned down while jock now. A mother searching for his last week. I love you first. Son's death resulting racial wounds. The new surveillance video showing the final minutes before everything changed forever plus transforming pain into a path to healing how to mothers their sons shot and killed in America or fighting for chain nightline. Seventy four days gone starts right now with Byron Pitts. Good evening. Thank you for joining US tonight. Seventy four days gone by before Georgia prosecutors brought charges against a white father and his son for killing an unarmed young black men. It's a case that's renewed. Debate overall demons prompted a national outcry over policing race. Injustice till eight and one point. I felt really hopeless. Must Sons was killed in the people that could help me was helping me from a parent's perspective to Cooper Jones? Is Living in nightmare. The kind you don't wake up from you know parents. I think it's always our expectation that our children will bury us nothing that we will bury them. I never thought that I would lose him in the midst of jogging. I mean that was I never. I never ever thought I would lose him. That way. Bone deep grief familiar to too many parents across the country in particular black parents. Two months ago want a son. Twenty five year old Ahmad Arboretum was killed chased and gunned down by white men or jogging on a sunny Georgia neighborhood street in February. Your last conversation with him. I was leaving. I'll be back and I love you. Sent me was I love you arborist. Death did not become a of national rage until this graphic video. The shooting leaked to the public last week. It immediately ignited a firestorm across the country on social media across racial and party lines for major developments tonight in that case igniting national outrage young unarmed black man shot and killed demands for an arrests have grown louder culminating in arrested murder charges. Seventy four days. After he was killed the moment I see that tape. I say to myself not again now. Ahmad armories facing name etched an America's new Mount Rushmore of sorts. Not Too old pry but renewed pain many of them martyred while they were still the shy side of many Americans have to address its long filing. Ruutel is racism and how it plays out on a current criminal justice system. An old questions renewed why so long to make an arrest and why if justice is blind or black and brown people so often harmed by a system designed to heal. So tell me about your son. He was the baby of the family. He played football in high school so by workout. When you call him your him he organ out I awaits out. 'cause I know that's all he wanted to Ahmad graduated. High School attended South Georgia Technical College and worked in his father's landscaping in car. Wash Business John. Every day if he wasn't drenching rain a my job on February twenty third. A month's family believes he went on his daily jaw leaving his mother's home just outside Brunswick eventually running through Tila shores a mostly white neighborhood just a few miles away around one of the afternoon. Someone called nine one one guy. Ram Hoping that senator. I know what even doing wrong on permited Georgia state. Investigators are reviewing this video chamber by filling affiliate First Coast News. That appears to be from the same day seems to show a person walking into a house that is under construction video from inside the site was given to. Abc News from the homeowner shows a man in a white shirt and khaki shorts looking around for about three minutes. Armories family attorney says they believe. This is a mind emphasized that he was not breaking the law the homeowner told ABC News. Nothing was missing or stolen and that he has never reported any burglar a second night. One call includes what sounds like a confrontation and yelling. I don't know what we what happened. Next is a thing of nineteen hours for countless people of Color Terror born out of Jim crew. The cell phone video is we can only show you a few seconds enough to see our burri running veering her. Run A pickup truck. Then you see him. Struggling with the man holding a shotgun by the time police arrive the twenty five year old was dead in the street. How the phone call about seven thirty and that was eastern time? The call came in from an investigator. Then he went on to say that the model was involved in a burglary in the middle of the burglary. There was a confrontation with the homeowner and in the midst of that confrontation there was a fight over the firearm and Amonte was unfortunately shot and killed. I'm struck by this. Investigators description of what happened doesn't bear the facts of what happened. It didn't make any sense. We've never had any problems with any with anybody. I have major concerns at that point major. The two minute video of father and son identified as Greg and Travis McMichael Sixty four year. Old Gregory used to work in county law enforcement. I as a police officer then as an investigator for the local district attorney's office. According to the police report the pair said they believe armory was for quote several break INS in the neighborhood. The older Michael described how he and his son armed with a handgun and a shotgun chase artery trying to cut them off more than once intending to make a citizen's arrest under Georgia law. You can conduct a citizens arrest for any crime. You can only chase the person down if they are trying to escape. If it's a felony so you would have to be able to show in the context of this case so that there was a burglary to even allow them to try to engage in this citizens arrest. Gregory McMichael told police his son. Travis Kill Aubrey. After he says armory violently attacked him. Gregory and Travis McMichael met with police the day of the shooting and that's when the conflicts of interest began I the prosecutor who covered the county where the incident happened. She had to remove herself because Gregory McMichael used to work in her office then the second prosecutor who took over he to removed himself from the case because of his connection to this father and son but he went even further writing a letter that what happened was legal and the victim in this case was the aggressor the. Da also pointed to various criminal. Record a gun charge from two thousand thirteen when he was nineteen years old in a shoplifting. Charge from two thousand eighteen. One was investigated by McMichael. But it's unknown if the to actually knew one another very often when black people are killed in this way the very thing. That law enforcement does is say. Oh they're criminals. Oh have you seen their background? He today he's a white kid will never got a profile. A month's parents say they will never watch the video. They already know what it shows. Some have described this as a modern day lynching as modern day. Jim Crow. Angry the way I've always saw is that he was hunted down like it was an animal and took his life. The autopsy revealed are Berry was hit by three shotgun. Blasts one grazed his right wrist the other to hit him him in the chest just one day after the video surfaced. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation took over the case. Little more than twenty four hours after that. This gregory and Travis McMichael were arrested and charged seventy four days after death row. There was no move to do anything until there was a public outcry that type of response suggest that they didn't earn breath. These men because they saw tape. They arrested them in because we saw take the big Michael's have not yet entered their pleas. Both men are still being held in jail state. Investigators say there could be more charges coming. Saying they're looking at William Brian Neighbor of McMichael's who took the cell phone video not proud that shot video but maybe it helps in the end. The State Attorney General has officially asked the US Department of Justice to investigate the handling of the case. That you guys ever have what they call the talk. The conversation that many parents have color often have with their children cases. Yes the fact is the talk work. What could have had conversation with the mad about not stopping by Opti the other instruction or not running away from a men with guns as they chase you invite. The problem is not with the victims. The problem is with the system that continues to allow to happen. It's time for us now. Begins the truth to the systems that are allowing this to happen over and over and over the talk did not save Ahmad nor will the justice system. Bring him back. His parents pray his die would not be in vain. What is your hope for your son's legacy? I'm hoping that in say Georgia they will implement a law that governs the hate crime. I'm because I do believe that was a hate crime. I know it was there that new one they arrived and my son's naming vote that something wasn't right but no one spoke up and it's really sad. It is a hunting reality in the US. Unarmed BLACK AMERICANS at a higher risk of game shot and killed than whites. Some deaths invoking nationwide protests like that. Both John in Dallas and Jordan Davis in Jacksonville Florida. John Twenty six year old account fatally shot an off duty police officer while eating ice cream inside his apartment the officer claiming she entered the wrong home. Davis seventeen year. Old High. School student gunned down by angry over loud music. Playing a car park next to his Davis was inside the vehicle with three of his friends when he was killed. Two young men their futures gone their parents now part of a club. No parent wants any part of earlier today. I spoke to Allison John and Congressman Lewis Macbeth to mothers who turned their heartbreaking anger into hope and activism. Ladies thank you so much. I'm so sorry to talk to you again. Under these circumstances I can't think of two women on Earth who know better what this family is going through in south Georgia the heartache. They've endured in the hurdles. They will soon face first. Question your reaction when you heard about what happened Lucy. I you all the horrible and horrific feelings that I had came flooding back to me mmediately. I was very very painful and there again. I felt like there's another mother that is feeling exactly what I have felt experience experiencing exactly what I've experienced no matter what I done to protect him in. Nurture him and care for him. It didn't matter because at the end of the day he was a young black male. Who was gunned down? He was murdered in cold blood. And we've seen this all too often in United States of America. Alison how `Bout for you. Before I saw the vigil when I saw a MoD photo to his smile looks much like from. That had brought this ride back. I know how mother field to lose that child and so my heart goes out to a more numb. And so what do we tell our son's about living in America? I think that saw a mom laugh. Parents and black children is modern up. Be Further Racial Unity. Conversation then must be that conversation Among blacks among human being lucy from the perspective of someone. Who's lived through this? What does progress look like to you? Progress to me. Looks like changing the culture of guns in America but also merging that with policy change but also adding in that layer of making sure that we have leadership in the country that is acknowledging what's happening to communities of color and the willing to stand up and opposition to the NRA. And the gun lobby. Allison what message. Would you give to the arbitrary family about the road to justice in the path to healing for them to keep focused on? Mckee Ki? Ay. Because if a kid that when black men are killed in America if the perception that they do not have family who care about them each case it just get cold and get low. Possibly think ever that your work has been in vain. That young people young men of color are still dying. I live I'm a bit head everyone every time. Another one field. I'm Bishop Street ahead. But I believe it is a long road to achieve achieving that. It's a journey that needs to stick to because any time we keep silent then people get Lucy. The final word yes. We're angry yes. We're devastated every single time. We see another young black male. That's been gunned down in his own community. We see our children's faces in the whole. The pain is just it reverberates in our spirits in our souls all over again but the thing is is that. I want people to understand and know that they cannot feel helpless. The best voice that you have to be able to stand up and demand better from America. Stand up speak out a a man from your state and local legislators demand more from clergy that man more from people that represent you demand more from me. Your policymakers to protect you to keep you safe that is your right congresswoman Lucille Macbeth. Alison John. Ladies Thank you as always for your grace your wisdom your witness gossipy. Tibo thank you so much. Thank you bye and finally tonight another of the resounding impact of Arbor death thousands of Americans hitting the pavement on Friday for would've turned twenty six that day but gunned down while the dog in Georgia. His life remembered and celebrated by runners across the country. I just finished my two to three miles for Matt. Jogging for a two point. Twenty three miles referencing. The date are very was killed. Gone but not forgotten. Happy Birthday. I'll be worst in peacekeeping. It was nineteenth century. American abolitionist and statesman Frederick Douglass who said power concedes nothing without a demand it never has it never will. That's nightline for this evening you can get your full episodes on. Who See you right back here. Same time tomorrow. Thanks for the company America. Good night there's not a person in America who hasn't been impacted in some way by the corona virus pandemic but in every community. There are pockets of people who are suiting up every day. 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Dallas Morning News 7/30/20

The Dallas Morning News

04:30 min | 4 months ago

Dallas Morning News 7/30/20

"Good morning it's Thursday July thirtieth I'm Alex Brody and here are the top stories from the Dallas Morning News, it'll be mostly sunny today with a high of ninety eight expect partly cloudy skies tonight with a possible stray shower thunderstorm, the low will be near eighty. Our Top story is Dallas County reported a single day high of thirty six corona virus deaths yesterday as hospitalizations for the virus remained high, the county also reported seven hundred. Hundred and four new cases continuing the trend of lower case numbers this week after an eighteen day streak of at least one thousand new cases each day. Dallas. County judge. Clay Jenkins said. The deaths are a somber reminder of the seriousness of this outbreak, these numbers as the county's total to six, hundred, fifty, eight deaths and forty, eight, thousand, seven, hundred and thirty two cases or about eighteen point five for every one, thousand residents. In other news hundreds of Dallas, city employees who have been furloughed since May will go another two months without a paycheck. A city spokeswoman confirmed that about four hundred fifteen employees were notified this week that they will be out of work until September thirtieth due to the continued closures of libraries. Centers, and other services as the city grapples with the Cova pandemic and its financial impact on the budget. The city manager's office furloughed four, hundred, seventy, two workers in May mostly from those same departments because it is facing a twenty five million dollar budget shortfall for the current fiscal year. hoped to save about four million dollars through the furloughs, a city spokeswoman Catherine Keeler. Said, we're doing our best to be agile and responsive. These furloughs will not disrupt essential services according to a June eighteenth briefing to city council members. The city originally plans to have one hundred percent of employees returning to work by July twentieth, either on site or remotely. Keeler said that the rise of covid nineteen cases, hospitalizations, and deaths in Dallas through June and early July has slowed. The city's reopening in court news a decision by Dallas County grand jury to not indict the head of the Dallas Police Association over allegations of wrongdoing and amber, Geiger's case left the mother of both John With questions about the process during Geiger's trial prosecutors argued. Argued, she given special treatment the night, she fatally shot John In his cedars apartment because she was a police officer testimony during the trial revealed that police association president. Mike Madda told his subordinate to shut off in car camera system. So he and Geiger could speak in private Allison John the mother of both John said, she was surprised when she learned that matters case was going before the grand jury in a video call yesterday from Saint Lucia. She said I am wondering what evidence was presented to the grand jury who are the witnesses for a grand jury to return such a decision. It really makes me question what really was presented. And finally, sports illustrated published a report yesterday detailing a sexual assault allegation against the Mavericks Director of Player Personnel, Tony Ron Zone. The assault reportedly happened while he was off duty in July two, thousand, nineteen at NBA summer. League, in Las, Vegas in the report, the Mavericks said they conducted an internal investigation after the victim reached out to mark Cuban via email in September two, thousand, nineteen according to the team. The Mavericks findings showed no organizational responsibility. The sports illustrated's report included significant detail from the. The. Victim Describing Ron zone forcing himself on her and groping her without consent in his hotel room. where he said, he would give her some relief tickets. Ron Zone who remains a high ranking employees of the team has not faced criminal charges and denied the allegations through his lawyers. The Dallas Mavericks released a statement yesterday afternoon responding to sports illustrated story. The statement lists several specific points of contention including no filing of a police report despite the organization's encouragement requests for increasing amounts of money. Inconsistent descriptions of the assault and omitted instances of communication. The Dallas News rewards program is proud to bring you virtual events. For more information and upcoming events, please visit Rewards Dot Dallas News Dot Com. For more on these stories and for the latest Breaking News Visit Dallas. News. Dot Com. Thanks and enjoy your day.

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How to Become Part Crow

Dear Hank & John

37:16 min | 1 year ago

How to Become Part Crow

"Hello and welcome to dear Hakin John for your John and Hank podcast for two brothers one one of them very ill answer your questions. Give you dubious advice. Bringing all the week's news from both Mars and AFC Wimbledon. John Very. Sorry that you're sick. I also am. I'm in a bit of a state right now because I've made a huge mistake. A huge mistake. What would happen? Well I gave Mariah Carey a piece of vacant land for Christmas and she is very mad at me. Why is she mad heck because she explicitly said that she does not want a lot for Christmas? US It's an all I want for Christmas. Is You jerk Just that is just a joke that I needed to cheer me up. I I have been very unwell. Yeah and I feel like even that verb tense situates it too far in the past I have been in continued to be very unwell. Not Feeling my best. I do. You know what you got. Well I have flu like symptoms and so I talked to my doctor today and they said that it could very well be the flu because it's now widespread spread in Indiana. But you know the last thing they want to do and when you have the flu is see you there not trying to get the Flu John and a John D if You have if you have bird flu or swine flu. They're two very different treatments. Okay bird flu You have to get a special tweet meant and swine flu. You just need a little bit of link link meant okay yeah. That's exactly what I'm in the mood for. Answer some questions from our listeners. Now best work beginning with this one which is about illness from beatrice waitress dear John and Hank my friend and I were going to Shawn Mendez concert and after an hour in line for the show it was canceled because he's sick Saddest part we've been fans ends of him for three years and we bought these tickets almost one year ago and it's the first time he's come to Brazil. That's not a festival. Should we look at this on the bright side because we have the opportunity to go to a different concert and we weren't the ones that traveled the most AC- him or should we just cry ourselves to sleep beatrice. Let them getting from this. That you didn't get a refund. You got a ticket to a different different concert at that venue or something which seemed yeah. It's like you can't see Shawn Mendez. Who you're a huge fan of but good news you do get to see Mariah Carey? I mean enjoy that Barbra streisand show. It's going to be fantastic. She really is a great performer. Actually that would be amazing to be fair so it was Mariah Carey. Here's the situation John. I once went to a concert and the show started very late because the performer was ill and then they came onstage and three songs and vomited on in their keyboard and that was worse. I then I felt very bad. It's so hard when you're a performer. Because you know that these people oh really WanNa go to your show. Yeah but you can't do anything about it. Just such an unfortunate situation so I feel really bad for Beatrice but I also feel really bad for Shawn Mendez. Because like like yeah I I've been in that situation before and thus far always been able to drag myself onto onto the stage but I'm not singing or even doing a dance you know I'm I'm usually just sitting there. Reading episodes of the anthropology and whatever by the way come see us on tour in Saint Petersburg Atlanta enrolling tickets at Hankins John Dot Com. Yeah and I swear we will not we will not get sick. I don't swear that that's that's exactly the kind of thing you can't swear hat's true through John will leave all the singing and dancing to me and to Steve Them in Atar and We'll have a great time. Oh is the miniature coming back on tour. I think thanks So I haven't asked. Mb seems really into it. Boy Great. Kanto he's going to be from a different country this time. Oh Oh good a different accent. I can't wait yeah sorry Beatrice. I don't think that you can do anything other than feel sad. And sometimes sometimes life is like that but I will say this. One day you will see Shawn Mendez Mendez's concert and it will be all the more special for all the times it didn't happen. Take it from me at Liverpool Fan. WHO watched my team lose so many cup finals before they they won? The Champions League final last May Woo. I'm looking at a picture of Shawn Mendez. I'm not super familiar with this Canadian singer. songwriters work But he is is also a model and that makes sense. 'cause he's handsome you know it's funny. Because I also just googled Shawn Mendez and I can report a huge surprise which which is that. He is not Ed Sheeran. which is who I was thinking out totally different? He looks very different from Ed. Sheeran half I met Ed Sheeran. Once he was so nice. I really enjoyed spending three minutes with him. What a weird time of my life? Twenty twenty fourteen and twenty fifteen were. Yeah Yeah Yeah. I don't know that I've ever met Shawn Mendez but I have I. It's possible I I can't rule it out if I have and he's listening and he hurt your feelings Sean. Because I don't remember you. Yeah I don't remember most of two thousand fourteen. If that makes you feel any better well you. The most likely time for you to meet Shawn Mendez was probably like two thousand four when he was a baby and you didn't know because because he was a baby at the time I how exactly what I have. Come across baby Shawn Mendez. I don't know any. Canada made many trips to British Columbia. Maybe maybe he was on vacation in New York and you went to store and he was in the store. This I think about this all the time. How like we might be in a space with someone who we will later to be? Excited needed to be in a space with but at that moment we weren't excited. That happens to me all the time though. Yeah Yeah I mean. The classic example of that in my own life is that there have been many occasions when when I've been talking to someone at a party and have really enjoyed the conversation and then afterwards someone with explains to me who that was and I'm like. Oh Wow that's cool. If I had known that I would have been way worse. Yeah totally the only reason Bill Hadeed liked me is because I had no idea who she was johnny of a weird life. Well to be fair I haven't I haven't gone to parties in a long time and in one of my great ambitions in life is never to go to another one. This next question comes from an who asked steer Hankins John. I recently inherited a necklace from my late grandmother. It looks very formal and expensive but it is shaped like a bunch of mini pretzels strung together. It's not just me. Everybody agrees that this looks like pretzels but fancy gold pretzels and crested possibly real diamonds. And you should probably figure out if those are real diamonds when would be an appropriate indication to where my fancy Gold Diamond Pretzel Necklace. I have no guidance from my grandmother because I never saw her where it and I'm struggling with informal events where Pretzel so theme would be on point Pumpkins penguins and pretzels. And I know what I would do in this situation but and not going to like it. which is that? I would go to an appraiser her and I would find out if those are real diamonds and if they are I would have them pride out of the ugly necklace and put into a nice necklace. Wow and I would would then meltdown. The Pretzel Gold into a bar and I would just hold onto it. You know as as insurance for when the apocalypse comes because everyone knows on an apocalyptic situation the only thing of value is gold. Everybody will be like. Oh you got gold. Ira No come on. Yeah no I need that. You can definitely eat that. Get on the boat. I don't mind before you do that. You do have to find a fancy fancy October fest to go to to where it or maybe just like you go. You go to Auntie. Anne's in the mall. And your high and you saw some something something that very much shows off and your dislike. I want to buy all of your pretzels. I am Pretzel Madam. And then you pass pretzels out throughout the mall and everybody. Everybody calls you Pretzel Madame. From now on one option would be to go to Bavaria. And then the moment you land in Bavaria. Like when you're going through customs they'll see your Pretzel Necklace Nicholas. And they'll be like. Oh God. It's the Pretzel Queen. No need to stamp your passport grace. And you'll just like on in and everyone will be like the Pretzel Queen has arrived. Lived the Pretzel Queen of Bull but Bavaria is back and you just be the queen of Bavaria. You get a house obviously the very well that goes without saying yeah. I mean a fairly Nice House from from my limited understanding of being a queen. You get all the house so but John John You make a great point. Who knows may definitely don't like immediately prior all the diamonds out and melted down because what if some famous pretzels Smith me? This and it's like a big deal because you never never know it might be a big deal in. The only person who's GonNa know is going to be a person who who specializes in big deal necklaces. But to be clear once you find out that it's not a big deal you should prey on all the diamonds the gold. Yeah Yeah. John is pretty sure that it's not a big deal. I've searched for Gold Pretzel Necklace and John. Let me tell tell you that a surprising number of Gold Pretzel Necklaces. I guess there are people who are like well my wife. She really likes pretzels and I love her very much so I guess I'll get her a gold pretzel necklace actually do really like pretzels. And I'm looking at some of these Gold Pretzel Necklaces. And let me just say I would be delighted if Sarah got me. A Gold Pretzel Necklace for Christmas. That's that's the only chain I would wear. This next question comes from Alison. Oh there's there's Carrie underwood from sex and the city wearing one. Now he'd be it's she. She married to Shawn Mendez think. So Carrie Bradshaw Carrie Bradshaw Not Carrie underwood that's a different person. Carrie underwood is is a musician vision. Carrie Bradshaw from sex and the city. Correct okay yes that is correct. But let me revise is Shawn Mendez. Married to Carrie Bradshaw not married to a a fictional Fifty eight year old Shawn Mendez. Who as far as I can tell us a teen? I just looked it. Up and Shawn Mendez is dating Camila. Cabello who I've also met it right. Of course I actually. I actually think I knew that I did not know that but again seems like a very nice person. Have I met her. Where am I thinking of? Charlie EXC- The X. Exquisite. Allison John Bevere trust him. Never Trust my brother. Never Trust his stories. They're very very good and usually not true. I've seen her in concert several times but it occurs to me. That's not the same thing as knowing now all right next guns wants from Alison. She's a great performer. By the way dear John and Hank my beloved pet dog died sadly six and a half years ago and I have had her ashes sitting in an urn. Ever since I've moved and I'm implanting some Nice flowers in my garden this afternoon. We'll be sprinkling her ashes as I plant them. That's a great call. Allison what am I supposed to do with the earn pictures attached. It's pretty pretty but not quite to my decorating tastes. And it's very clearly an urn for ashes yours earnestly Alice. Oh Nice Nice that that guaranteed your question got answered on the podcast. Good I will say if you knocked the top off that earn and just you know turned it into onto a wall. Hanging may be that that earn looks like a pot. That looks like something you could put a plant in. Now you want some drainage in a pot and. I don't think that that has that because of how it's and earn and probably doesn't have holes in the bottom could work as a vase though. Yeah it could work as a vase. But that's not what you should do it. Alison Okay So. I actually recently acquired and earn about one for Sarah for Christmas last year. Okay that's I guess the traditional way of acquiring something. It was the only thing thing I could find. That could hold our phones and clothes and like had fairly clean lines so I bought it for Sarah as there's a place for us to put our phones when we come home from work so as to say like no more phone usage okay. It is not worked but it was a great idea. I like it. Good good impulse just didn't happen for us. What if you put some different ashes in it if you got like some shoes that's really liked but you're kind of done with them? I'm not sure that you you WANNA burn your shoes. I'm not sure what inside the shoes in reburying you'll be fine. Just put some carrying on there. I always think it's great. If you have an urn up and people say a what's in the earn and And you say we don't talk about the earn. Oh that's great that's terrible and it's bad. Yeah one thing. That's kind of fun to to do with pottery is to break it and then like barry it and in the yard so that in like four hundred years someone will dig it up and be like Oh and they'll like imagine genus a back story but they'll have no way of imagining the true back story that it was just your dog's ashes and then you scattered them and then you broke the pot like they will. Never the archaeologists of the future will never guessed that back story. No John Frederick. J Bauer the inventor of pringles Potato Chaigneau Hundred J. Bauer is hanging. Jesus Christ he requested that his remains be kept in a pringles can. So that's happening for Fred. Yeah I don't know why if that works for a man a human man and why are why are we going so fancy for dogs in the main thing that makes me think about is that I really hope that that I am not so closely associated with any innovation that they put my body and I can you. Can you get ashes and do a podcast. Cast John Because that's how we should go. God knows this will be our main legacy. We have no good answers for you. Alison we just wanted to include your questions. Your answers smash the pot. Smashed the Pie buried in your front yard. Yeah you gotTa do one of those slow motion videos where you hit it with a baseball bat and put that on Youtube because apparently that's the thing thing all right. Hey hang up answer another question okay. This question comes from Leo. Who Asks Dear Hanke John? I've been hamster sitting for a week. He's adorable but he Runs constantly on the wheel. He will use this thing for several minutes at a time. But I don't understand why he enjoys it why he bothers. Do you have any explanation for the a strange hamster habit. The seasons are once again moving from Pumpkins to penguins. Leo Oh did about wow hump. Gan's I never got the reference Unsan till now now I get Leo. You're asking. Why does this hamster sometimes get on the hamster wheel and then sometimes get off and then why hi to the hamster sometimes eat and sometimes drink? Why does the Moth Flight Alight Leo Fly? Do any of us do anything. Yeah why do you watch. TV sometimes times. Why do you go on twitter? Leo were all just getting on and off the hamster wheel trying to make it through this veil of tears jazz. One hamster wheel of the next. There's been a weird the amount of actual scientific research done on why hamsters use hamster wheels. There was initially a thought that it was because they couldn't run wild and free and so they needed and like this is certainly thing. It's good for them to have but it basically was a surrogate for their regular exploring behavior. Turns out though if you put a hamster wheel Out in the forest mice will run on it. Oh excellent this is what I've been waiting for. So they dislike running. It is a positive ositive. They get positive endorphins when they run which is why of the like many people enjoy running so it is a rewarding activity? It feels good and I think it feels good good because it helps their bodies keep healthy and the their their bodies are designed to keep themselves healthy so they body says do this because it will benefit you ultimately ultimately but in the short term I will just make it feel as if it is just a good feeling activity. So why does it bother. Why does anyone bother? We're all just doing the things that our brains are telling us to do. Do but it. And it's very difficult to control. Especially if one is a hamster I feel like that's a little bit overly negative not about hamsters but about humans and are just WanNa say say that human consciousness is frigging amazing yes and a gift to be cherished and if I die this weekend of flu the overly negative just remember that I loved being alive and am very pissed off about the fact that I got this next question comes from an okay who writes dear John and Hank. Why are there so few new Christmas songs? There's last Christmas by Wham in Nineteen eighty-four good job lamb. There's Christmas Christmas in Hollis by run DMC in nineteen eighty seven. Of course. There's all I want for Christmas. Is You by Mariah Carey in Nineteen ninety-four but there were hundreds of other Christmas Smith songs made before that which get played over and over and over again every year people enjoy this repetition where people of the past much more Christmasy so that they needed to create all this music. Are we all more grinchey now. Why don't other holidays have hundreds of specific songs wiling Christmas? The holiday season leads me. Raggedy Ann ooh and first first of all there. I have many different things to say about this but I we need to start at. There are lots of holiday songs for Halloween and it deserves them them and has them and we don't appreciate them in the same way but there are many spooky good Halloween songs and we should. We should all have our playlists ready. Yeah but there's no. There's not a ton of huge hit Easter songs. At least from the twenty first century like they were really those Easter hits in the eighteenth and nineteenth century and then it just fell off in a big way not a lot of Good Friday jams. You know not a lot of like Arbor Day. It's because Christmas is the biggest deal right like Christmas. I'm in the. US and many other countries is like the holiday and the other holidays are just see. You got old laying signed for New Year's Eve by the way hank. My December episode sewed of the Antibes interviewed is my first ever one review episode. And it's about all lanes Zayn and the incredible story of seems like you've been working on it for a long time the best of my youtube recommendation. So man I have been working on it for many months but it is the story of all the things on which I would. Argue is like the greatest holiday song by a wide margin Arjun even though it's not a holiday song and I think the thing that you're forgetting here is that there's probably like ninety Christmas carols of which like thirty are big hits and I would say that there's been you know like two thousand years of Christmas and so actually the fact that there have been three Christmas hits in the last sixty years is pretty good way way more than the first first few years that's right we don't know for sure but yeah I mean they didn't do a good job is reporting the hits back then ultimately like the the hits that are Christmas. Hits like Christmas is a time of Nostalgia. Yeah so the hits that are Christmas hits are in a Lotta ways they were win. Hits were first happening and Christmas was one way of doing that. And then because like White Christmas is now the top selling the song of all time lots of people wanna get it on this. Yeah so there's almost it's too crowded landscape. And every single I'm sure Shawn Mendez. has his Christmas Miss Songs. Everybody wants to have a Christmas. Everybody wants to be Mariah Carey because that like all I want for Christmas is you is the thing that has been ultimately Mariah carries legacy not the biggest thing that she had done at the time but the longest lasting thing that she has done by far. I'm sure that the majority of Mariah Carey please each year. Are Now al.. All I want for Christmas is you and so people want that and there's almost too much competition also it feels a little bit like Like a little too phony whereas those nostalgic it Christmas hits that sort of were the childhoods of the baby boomers who are you know now ultimately somewhat in control of parts of culture disagree. I don't think they're in control of any part of culture. I think they desperately wished they were. They remember being in control of culture. I don't think they are. That's absolutely that's that's very true. They're this control in control of the money. But I think that there is sort of this legacy like this nostalgic tendency to Christmas music where we look back to a to a time and and when we can look back at those times we can filter out all of the bad parts of them and just see like Oh. It's just bing crosby singing singing a nice song with his nice voice yet. There is something something amazing to me. About how every single Christmas album and almost every top selling artists releases a Christmas album. How every single Christmas album has that one song long? They're clearly trying to make the hit like on original like wait till you hear the Jonas brothers original such and such. I'm sure that their Christmas album has an epic vic original. That just never made the hit but like you get in that rotation. It's huge like it's bag it is. It's what allows you to buy a private island and live on it for the rest of your life but hank just a quick note on your Your insulting words toward toward toward baby boomers of whom are parents are two assed assed when we're GONNA do the baby boomer discourse John Because the Internet has had lots of it while you've been out. Well I mean that just makes me so happy not to be there whenever people criticize baby boomers now and I certainly think. There's a lot to criticize about them. But when people criticize baby boomers now I always think about that but phrase that you either die a hero or you have long enough to become a villain because they were the like radical counterculture hippies. Yesteryear they were the leg would stocky Communist. You know. Let's all get high tuning and drop out like that's how I understood. Baby maybe boomers when I was a kid and now they're like trump. It's an incredible journey that they've been on. Yeah well I mean there's there's also we should remember that there's a lot of variety and there are no no no New Orleans. No nuance generation. Is One thing it has a start date and end date and everyone inside of it is the exact act same. Yeah Yeah just. It's good good astrology. Everybody we've really duplicated it and heartily we're all just wild mice on a Hamster Wheel John O.. One sick wild mouse. Yeah while mice get sick to you. Know what happens to them after they get sick. They The just get picked off coyotes by the next question comes from Mattie speaking of animals have the same four blood types chiefs as us well with the plus minus variance. I mean I know they have different diseases that we should probably avoid but theoretically if I needed a blood transplant could I get it from a crow. I don't know the answer to this. But it's a great example of something I've never thought about. I've never also also like there are Lots of different animals that you could have picked and the fact that you picked a crow makes me think one of two things either you have a crow nearby and maybe maybe actually might soon need a blood transplant senior preparing for the future. or You want to become part crow and one dipoto improve blood inside of you. That could be a great new origin story for crew woman. Yeah I'M GONNA say is no don't put crow blood in U Other animals do have blood types. They have different blood types than we have and we have done a little bit of experimenting with Pudding. The blood of other animals into humans wins. It doesn't work very well Pig Blood is the is the one that we've done the most research on and tried to lake sort of modify pig blood to make it something that would work work in humans but human blood works and Human blood types are well understood and yes and other animals do have blood Bud Types but they they don't have the same blood types as they also don't have the same blood as us and you will have an immune response to having a nother species blood in your veins So that's why we don't do it. And this is not how you become part crowd. You Become Part Crow by giving the crows gifts and then at over for years of giving crows gift. Become sort of you're familiar. Then they surround you with their crow bodies until you are a giant fifteen foot tall crow with a human core four which reminds me the. Today's podcast is brought to you by crows with human cores. Crows with human cores. The next logical step in humanity's collusion and this podcast is brought to you by Carrie. Bradshaw's Pretzel Clerk Harry Bradshaw's Pretzel Necklace. Maybe maybe it went to Ann's grandmother Dan Mother and IT'S A it's a sex in the city proper and it's going to be just forty thousand dollars I don't did. Did you follow the logic. Kinda today's podcast is also brought to you by sick wild mice on a hamster wheel sick wild mice on a hamster wheel enjoying their last moments. And this podcast is brought to you by last Christmas. I who am from nineteen eighty four. You might have thought that that was the classic but it's a classic now because it's almost forty years old. Yeah Yeah it's strange to think that people who were born in one thousand nine hundred four almost forty years result but you know what else is strange is to think that I am forty three and when I called the doctor about my flu like symptoms. They didn't say well you're young. You don't need to worry. They said bunch of other things that I should look out for in people of my age. This next question comes from Arianna who writes dear. John Hanke WanNa Walk Right now. I also might be trespassing. Says I'm not quite sure if I'm allowed to be here anyway. I came across these leaves in their weird one side of them as white. And the other is yellowish there were a lot of them. And I'm intrigued intrigued. Attach some pictures for you possibly illegal and seriously befuddled Arianna the attached picture hank his unambiguously of maple leaves that have fallen because it is fall. I are. I'M GONNA go ahead and say that either you don't go outside nearly or you are from a place where maple trees are not common. Yeah because his most leads in autumn in my experience are the leaves that you took a picture of. Yeah but maybe honest from Florida. And she's he's never seen a deciduous tree before I mean are they. Are they white on on the bottom. These are maple leaves K. R. May believes but maybe there's a certain type of maple tree that like because I feel like my believes are are the same color on both sides. I have seen maple leaves like this before I have you agree after a big storm Like early in fall and they fall off a widow early and that's what they will look right. Those are early fall may believe early for me. It's like it got cold too fast. And so the the leaves didn't finish getting yellow before they fell. They freaked out and fell down emoji. It we've all been there. I know that like taper leaf my impulse when I am scared by some unexpected set of circumstances is to just get on the ground down. I need to stop being all up in the sky. Yeah I'm way too high up here. This is not safe going. Going down is is actually like the beginning of becoming dirt. Yeah you you served your purpose story. Arianna were pretty sure. This is just a maple tree but if if you discover otherwise sleaze right in and let me know hank before we get to the important news from Mars Nancy Wimbledon. I WanNa ask you this question from Tim who writes dear John and hank why does nobody ever talked about about the fact that we can see the moon during the day in all the books. I've read the moon is typically described as some kind of romanticized night thing but I've never read any description of the moon during the day outside of science fiction. Isn't it Kinda cool that we can see it during the day. And what does this mean for. We're wolves Tim. Well aware will John Come out during the full moon. Yeah and the full moon is never out during the day. Never correct what are you sure. Yeah never it never happened. I feel like I've seen will. You may have seen a a gibbes Moon during the day at the very end of the day or the very beginning of the day but wow the when the the moon is full it rises at the moment the sun sets which is the. It's it's a wonderful thing They you know you always if you WANNA take somebody to to impress them Of a landscape for a night hike. Always WanNa WanNa do that during a full moon so that the moon will come up after right after the sunset and then you've got sort of this like double whammy of amazing celestial phenomena basically Wrigley the full moon is happening when the when the moon is farthest away from the sun in the sky and then the new moon is happening when it's closest to the sun and the sky the no partially like the moon is less visible in day. Because it's when the new moon is when the very slim crescent saw and is often very hard to see a slim crescent in the daytime You can spot it and I try to and it's really fun But it's GonNa be fairly close to the sun which is sort of hard to look around in that area of the sky because the sun is a deadly laser and and then It's also going to be very small and in a bright sky So I I love looking at the moon and I love that you can see it in the daytime or in his super good at spotting daytime daytime moon And he gets so excited and every time he sees the moon in the daytime. He says I'm so surprised. 'cause it's very surprising but it's not a super super rare event. I just think that we don't spend a ton of time looking up the sky during the day. Yeah Love the moon man. That's really lovely. I'm surprised by the loveliness of that answer It helps to have a son who is just who is all about the moon and if the if the moon is in the sky he will not go bad until I show it to him It's funny I I didn't know which kind of sewn you're talking about until you got to the end of that sentence and I at first I like hank is really kind of waxing poetic about the sun mouth. I'm not like I'm not used to dig a anthropomorphized that Sun. Yeah when it's not in the sky he says moon friend always always comes back. Oh that's very sweet. Yeah the moon always comes back buddy at all. It'll always come back well not always but there's no need to get into that with him just yet hank the news from AFC Wimbledon. I'll start oh it was a tough. It was a tough old week for AFC Wimbledon. Oh now first off Lots of dealings is with the financial problems. there's about an eleven million pounds shortfall. When it comes to building the new stadium there was a big meeting of the supporters and the founding chairman? Chris Stewart was there lots of lots of people were there and it seemed like a small majority of people. I do not want to seek outside investment in dilute the ownership of the club right now. Seventy five percent of the club has to be owned by the supporters group the dons trust and so they're going to try to find another solution that does not involve Outside investment in deluding the fan ownership. I don't I don't know what solution is going to be. Though and it is also not clear. It's not clear what it's going to be but hopefully there will be some kind of compromise solution and some ability to be in a stadium By next season. But Yeah it's very concerning for a lot of fans and and for me as well. Yeah on the pitch Wimbledon played Bolton. The team started the season with negative twelve points and now has two points because they tied. AFC Wimbledon it was a really really Really frustrating to to tie. Yeah Wimbledon's Marcus. Fours scored twice once in the forty first minute near near halftime and for a second time in the eighty first minute it looked like Wimbledon. We're headed to a two one victory and then with pretty much. The last kick of the game when the referee should have already already blown his whistle to end the Game Bolton scored in the ninety fifth minute and so it's a to draw and three points turn into one. Wimbledon is still outside the relegation zone with seventeen points after nineteen games almost a halfway through their league one campaign this year but boy it's tight at the bottom and obviously we don't want to be relegated In a season when we already have a lot of financial challenges so we'll see but yeah nineteen games in seventeen points three points clear of the relegation zone and who should be sitting in that first relegation spot but the franchise currently plying its trade in means. It's almost like Some kind of script writers. Write this stuff. Well John in Mars News who's You know I- Kia of course are they designed things here on earth and they. There are a lot of people on earth that live in small apartments. So that is something that might come come in handy when it comes to Mars designers at Kia wanted to figure out the best designs for things in small places and figure that learning from how we designed for space. This would be a good place to start so two years ago. A group went to the Mars Desert Research Station or the MD RS which is a simulated Mars Habitat in the Utah. Desert that is operated by the Mars Society so as not operated by NASA but by a nonprofit that just is like super into Mars and while they were there they realized that the design of the station was heavily focused as you might expect on the technical details but less so on design and just like experience of living in a place. Where even if you're doing science you might want to sometimes do fund fund things or have some privacy or just live in a space that is attractive at all so the designers did what any respectable designer from a big furniture company would do? They helped design. What they believe is a more comfortable layout for the station creating better group and personal spaces and using the wonders of Modular Ikea Furniture? Sure to do it and of course. They're also launching a line of products next year inspired by what they learned working with simulated Mars Habitat. I love the idea That Ikea's GonNa flat pack all the Mars furniture you know going to send rockets one with the people and one with all the stuff because you know it never fits in your car. You always gotta bring a second car and so and so heavy. Yeah but like they have to design it for weight. So they're going to have to make like super lightweight but durable modular Mars furniture and then in the future were all going to be using that stuff and then it'll be much easier to get our stuff around. We'll and move your desk Mars Desk. I mean I will say. I recently bought a bike after having ridden you know the same bicycle for for like fifteen years and the bikes now like a nice bike. Oh my God yeah. Ways like eight ounces sits wild I. I don't understand Dan. Yeah like when. I'm pedaling the bike I think to myself. This is how much effort it takes to peddle my body weight because the bike ways as nothing. Yeah Yeah you've you've trimmed. You've really trimmed the weight of the bike down now. If only could do that. They're going. Are we GONNA do about the body weight problem But yeah it is. I feel like I feel like if they could just bike technology and apply it to Martian furniture. Sure will be fine because they've got these carbon fibre things now that just wait like six ounces. Yeah but a good bike weight cost as much as like bad car. Yes yes yes in fact when I was buying my bike it was explained to me that I was buying something called a dentist's by a the person who does not bike very often expensive by kind of appreciating old guy The sales person for just calling me out for exactly who I was. And you know you know But yeah I mean I'll tell you it's a great bike and I yeah. I mean those bike shops probably wouldn't exist. If not for the dentists true whenever I ride around town all the real serious like was always look at me. Because they're like. How did such a terrible cyclist get a hold of such a nice bicycle areas? I I love my bike and it is not carefully engineered I would say and on that note we have to go record one of our very last editions of our Patriot. The only podcast this week and Ryan's which we who knows what will happen because We've we've tried out some other formats and they haven't worked great so hopefully it will be one of our last episodes at this weekend Ryan's unless we get really desperate. This podcast is a CO production of complexly and WNYC studios. It's edited by Joseph Tuna medic produced by Roseana Holzer Lawson shared and Gibson are head of community and communications is Victoria Buongiorno and the music. You're hearing now at the beginning of the podcast is by the Great GonNa Roll I'd say our hometown. Don't forget to be awesome.

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Full Episode: Wednesday, January 1, 2020

Nightline

17:59 min | 11 months ago

Full Episode: Wednesday, January 1, 2020

"It could be could be anybody. My son was the rights in any doc who shoo women Etsu very different stages of a long journey strangers who share a sorrow few of US know and they are about to meet nerve Centers don't really know what to say to her only been a few days since amber car had buried her sister. Tatyana Jefferson gunned down by a policeman in her own home in place. Where you go to get away from the world it makes sense you can put any sense today? Alison John Son. Both them also suffered that same feat feet if I could ask her anything like how do you cope the names of both of John Tatyana Jefferson now a rallying cry massacre no house feel she was murdered. Flash points in the national conversation on police and the use of deadly force highlighted by new study. That found men are two point five times more likely to be killed by police Lisa. Then Whiteman. Both John is one of that number. If Unaware of statistics kisses he was fully conscious of stigma. He bore as a man of color from love to dress. Well and I would ask what do you think that you must must look the part. Every time he said to me Mommy I know what is when I walk into an elevator and a little white lady. He pulls her back closer to address well so that I am not mistaken truth. I've read your hand protection. Guidance reason as an active church member of the twenty six year olds voice lifted up the congregation congregation. He was about forgiveness. He was about compassion. He was about reaching the underserved underprivileged But none of that matter doing September sixth two thousand eighteen or John was alone in his apartment watching. TV TV Dallas police officer Amber Geiger. Just off a thirteen hour shift says she accidentally walked into John's apartment mistaking it for own and shot him dead up to now and I reflected hastings kind of believe that could ever ever happen. It's it's still difficult to understand. That is not it. Could all the right things this. This past September the criminal case against Amber Geiger went to trial. Why did you fire was it's GonNa kill me ember? Geiger was found guilty of murder. Sentenced to ten years in in prison than say the verdicts. I am much better feeling much lighter so I'm using dispirit now to heal. The Sean Family Hired Civil Rights Attorney Lee Merritt to represent them in their ongoing civil case my whole all of these cases and holding. Police officers accountable is that in a message will go out to the law enforcement community that they're not untouchable. There will be consequences if you pull that trigger and don't have the proper justification but just eleven days after Geiger was convicted growing outrage in Texas. Tonight a woman killed by police in her own home twenty eight-year-old on Tatyana Jefferson. It was killed in Fort Worth just thirty three miles away from where both I'm John Lipped. You really can't make any sense of any of it. Jefferson's since families fight for justice is just beginning the wounds still wrong performing. We really shouldn't be at this point dealing with with an assassination. From what do you call it the because that is exactly what it is. Tatyana Jefferson I had diabetes and she always talked about being the person to come up with a cure for diabetes. She was extremely strong. It was oh person amber eight year old son. Zion was with Jefferson the night she was killed. Adult Trauma. Recounted recounted through boys is. He said that he was said and I asked him why. Why were you call? The police shot on tape and I was the first time I had heard that hank giving me any details online on what happened and I hated that my son had to be the one to tell me he was actually to witness it. And you couldn't be a target as well. I'm crying and it looks like I'm really angry. Police operator inmate seven three the address or calling. It all started with a concern. Call to a nonemergency police line from a neighbor. The later told us he was worried. Medical help was needed mobile. The doors open the body. Cam footage shows officer Erin Dean Dean walking past the front door so like I said he was sitting up because they were playing video games Bowlin. They heard something outside. She told him to and he went around the back of the House and approached a bedroom window. He heard himself to Huhne's up the officer shot through the window. split-second decision claim. Jefferson's life talk to the officer. What would you say Tom? What was he thinking? What was he thinking? What was going through your mind? Who are you afraid? Why were you afraid? Lee Merritt again found himself representing another family whose loved one was shot in her own home. It was devastating. Is it possible that officer dean was chest to young officer who terrible mistake and was not his best single night as possible. It is possible that he was just poorly trained I wasn't ready to be our own. All Aaron Dean decline a request for an interview. His lawyers said they had no comment. Dean had a promising career commended in in his personal files as a young officer working at a level commonly seen for more experienced officers in this video obtained by ABC. She news here. He is interviewing for the job back in two thousand seventeen to certain full citizens in the period a close personal way like the the accident stories told about Johnson's problems take no how he answers. This fateful question. Will you be able to kill some Aaron. Dean resigned from this position two days after Shooting Jefferson and on December twentieth. He was indicted for murder. Order I respect the profession. They run towards danger. But we've amplify the idea that they get to fear for their lives and so many situations to to the point that has become unreasonable coming up inside the minds of police officers under stress back when amber and Allison meet for the first time. What does it mean for the long road ahead? Dark Knight in Fort Worth Texas. You're watching police. Body Cam footage inside her home a Tatyana. Jefferson has no idea her date with death. Life is in Fort Worth Police Department. The chief came out almost most immediately. Condemned what happened. Nobody looked at that video and said there's any doubt that this officer acted inappropriately. How significant yeah? It's huge but look at the system itself and look at American police. Say What can we do. So we went in search of Angie's and headed here to the Maryland eastern shore where we were given exclusive access to close quarters to fix once mostly reserve the US special special OPS and federal agents. They have no idea what they're going into. which is valuable because we want them to do exactly what they would do on the street? I don't Dwayne Dida sites founder Guru expert or technical training. We're really thrilled to have you here today. A group of police officers and Sheriff's deputies will be his. We all love you. If all about making your better saw those trainees come with me. His program is all about subjects. X COPS rarely shared with the public or their families stress and fear stress. Not controlled can make a person the aggressive to someone. That's not not necessary to be aggressive to Jackie Dalton. Thirty six West Coast Guard veteran now a rookie cop and have the grace Maryland. Fresh out of the academy. I adore my co workers. My chief let them down one of the key tools and dwayne training. This simple cloth. A rope called the hood each time. The hood comes up. The training encounters in new unknown scenario inches away gun four pedestrian asking directions so the hood teaches students to do what to be able to react quickly an ability to be aggressive assertive. You've or passive compassionate all has to be within split seconds as it applies Dalton. Suits up right here like this noise to help build the stressors. Some issue want stress. We need stresses their friend and it will become their friend. At first it is not the friend. Normally deeter observes her leising de-escalating I bet not giving a baseline on how she performs under stress before his training and she's getting your carbon daddy so that would be a bad situation. Happened for energy was high enough that that she eventually shot the person the person was moving away from exactly was not a threat though. He attacked for initially he moved back. So that's where we do not shoot. He's no longer active threat. You can relax. You can relax relax. Please describe why you shot that person and use lethal the threat. I use lethal threat because I felt fear for my life could have threatened either the person often I roughed or myself or any other citizens if I let them get away. Did you see that he had any weapon or not. The personal to your right so you had a gun shoe from that position. Or what did you see mm-hmm towards me not shoot. What she thought wasn't real and not even close she actually saw again? Many of us were raised to believe that the truth is always the truth. What we saw today under stress the truth can look different? They're perceive truth. That's right it's because they are not used to this level of stress so they're truth is very different sometimes than what truthfully happened and they will say would they believe right off the bat because that's what they saw says Belton isn't the only student perceiving things differently under distress sharing videos with us of others on day one. Can you train that of a person absolutely. We do it every single time. Dalton is exhausted Draymond Distraught that she shot an unarmed man. All right so you felt that before now in a little bit of training this will be a comfortable thing for you. You'll feel it if you're going to have the energy to respond to it and we actually have a seat relax writings it's stressful. It's emotionally usually draining. My sense from Hosea did hell of a job. Well I appreciate that but sometimes it's not enough shaking as an important job and a lot of pride in what I do. Did the dealers program can take weeks ago but even after just one day of training we witness a transformation adult now the person was complying then when for the country was zero to pick that up she did controlling stress. Says actually improves decision. Making you're smiling this time. I'm smiling this time it was on. It felt less stressful. Even though I was still going through the same thing I was able to focus a little bit better what I saw from you. This time is confident. Right dealers. Training program costs three hundred fifty dollars per officer per day and stop. That's good. It helps them to adjust to what is in fact going on around them that. That's not something that you get in the basic police academy it's just not budget challenges however face every police chief from the country keep walters department has helped from private benefactors. Great Work Great having supercop supergiant be safe out there. Be Safe at the end of every shift county. That's the goal of law enforcement and those they serve For Allison John Families like hers. There is no training only the tender teacher. Heartache provides wisdom John is about to share with amber car still in the early stages of despair over her sisters. I hi how are you good. How are you sir? Good to see you such a terribly. Irene wanted to reach out to reach out to your family. Maternal that we want to think Tana's death impacted me. They're very very strongly because it seems so much slides. What boyfriend went through so terrible and we have to continue to hear what keeps keeps me going to is the energy which both had I just know that he would not want me to give up? Give you say you're tired. I say that too because you wrapped up in grief but at the same time. You're fighting for justice. ESTES and you have to try to build strength the casualties and cost of policing in America Dr High Stress and sacrifice. Real a split second with her life is lost. Lives are changed for and finally tonight on this first day of this New Year it was Martin Luther King Junior who said human progress is neither automatic nor inevitable. Every step up toward the goal of justice requires sacrifice suffering and struggle. That's nightline thanks for the company in the Arca good night.

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Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Westwood One Daily News Flash Briefing

08:09 min | 1 year ago

Wednesday, October 2, 2019

"From Washington DC this is Westwood One Daily News for October Second Twenty nineteen. I'm John Trout Secretary of State. Hey Mike Pompeo says five current and former State House department officials will not show up for depositions in the house impeachment investigation of president trump. nope correspondent. Linda Kenyon has that aspect of the story. The depositions are scheduled to begin this week and run through next week but the secretary of State is pushing back in a strong letter. Pompeii Oh rights based on the profound legal and procedural deficiencies the Committees requested dates for depositions are not feasible. He also says there is no legal basis for committee's threat that the failure of the officials to meet their timeline for documents and testimony would constitute obstruction of the impeachment inquiry by Peyot characterizes this as an attempt to intimidate and bully State Department staffers and he writes. I will not tolerate such tactics. Well Subgroup on Peyot is just stonewalling and delaying Democrat Democrat representative. We're O'Connor is a member of the House Oversight Committee. He was on the phone. Call where trump compromised our national security democrats are going to move ahead with getting the State Department witnesses and frankly we should subpoena secretary Pompeii Oh to understand why he didn't speak up or sound the alarm one of the former State Department Armand officials who does plan to appear for deposition. This week is Kurt Volcker the former. US envoy to Ukraine Connor has a lot of things he wants to ask. Why was he subverting the process. Why is he allowing the president's personal lawyer to have meetings with senior advisors to the president of Ukraine. We have these processes for a reason and that's because we have a president president of the United States not a King Representative Connor Expects Volker to be forthcoming Sodas Congressman Steve Cohen Volcker has a reputation as an honest broker next week the house sparring affairs committee plans to hear from former. US Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Albano Vich she'll testify. She'll give the truth about what occurred in in Ukraine may the four worth when she was pushed out Elvis was pushed out or recalled back to Washington. Volker resigned last week after the whistle blowers complained detailed president trump's phone call with the Ukrainian president's Alinsky during which he appeared to pressures Alinsky to investigate political rival Joe Biden and his son Congressman Connor calls this a blatant abuse superpower. The problem is that there's a smoking gun here and that smoking gun is that the president himself has admitted that he sought political dirt from his Alinsky he. He doesn't think there's anything wrong with it. He calls it perfect but the reality is most Americans think it's a gross abuse of power and the Constitution Linda Kenyon Washington correspondent Clayton Neville reports from Texas. A former Dallas police officer has been convicted of murder in the shooting death of a man in his home. The jury handed down the murder conviction late yesterday morning as read aloud by Judge Tammy Kim we the jury unanimously find the defendant Amber Geiger guilty of murder murder. The defense argued Geiger was defending herself thinking she was in her home while the prosecution said Geiger never should've fired her weapon civil rights attorney. Lee Merritt represents the John Family and says the guilty verdict is a victory for black people in America is a signal that the the tide is going to change here. Police officers are going to begin to be held accountable for their actions and we believe that will begin to change policing culture all over the world mixed reaction on the case from North Texans before and after the verdict it I believe she pretty much knew what she was doing. Upon the immediate realization that she had walked into a scene that was unfamiliar and there are multiple steps that could have been taken commit far as the distractions that have been spoken about academically see it being an accident in her case going into the wrong apartment now to the sentence the punishment I mean pays of the trial will resume later this morning gene family attorney. Benjamin crump says he's optimistic allowed. A commentator said there would be no murder conviction right so so right now. We're already ahead of the game John's mother Allison. John took the stand yesterday to testify about her life has been since her son's. Death has not been the same. It's just been like a roller coaster. I cannot sleep. I eat says been the most terrible terrible time for me and John Sister testifying to the man boat them was to her children them. He tried to demand that they call him uncle but he he always both them. It could be several days before sentences decided on the jury. Geiger faces five to ninety nine years behind bars. I'm Clayton Neville in international news. South Korea's military and Japan's government say North Korea fired projectiles towards its eastern Z. Just days before resuming nuclear negotiations with the US Japan says the projectiles were to ballistic missiles facebook appears to gearing up to fight federal regulatory scrutiny ahead of the twenty twenty presidential election. Joe Ramsey has this answers. The bird met with facebook employees this summer present. We'll legal challenge weekday audio released by the verge book is facing antitrust probes from the Federal Trade Commission and from eight states. GotTa gotTa facebook is also facing questions from at least three house panels the Judiciary Committee the Small Business Committee and they antitrust subcommittee Joe Ramsey Washington two years ago today. The nation was reeling from the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history. Jim roope files this report October first two thousand seventeen seventeen twenty two thousand people were attending the final night of the Route Ninety One Harvest Festival Country Music Concert in Las Vegas Jason Aldean's Aubenas onstage. Some thought it was fireworks. Some thought it was the massive speakers popping but the realization soon hit it was gunfire fifty the eight people were killed hundreds more injured as a sixty four year old gunman rengo list from automatic weapons down on the crowd of course two years later. The pain still remains as for those who lost loved ones for me. No anniversary is more terrible than the one that marks the death of my son. Robbins son Quentin was killed that night hours at did anyone should perish in such circumstances at unemotional sunrise service Nevada governor. Steve Select fights back tears as he tries to comfort those in attendance memory memory comes flooding back that breaks our heart all over again. I encourage you and they beseech you to think of the good all through the darkness came out and immense light the immediate flooding hospitals of people to give blood donations to where family members of victims gathered to claim their loved ones or await word of whether their loved ones survived or not the entire entire city was in support. Even the moment of blinding terror the good nature of thousands overshadowed the evil of one monster also returning turning to Las Vegas Greg Zanice the Chicago Carpenter who after the shooting constructed fifty eight crosses and line them up the welcome sign as you enter the Las Vegas Strip. He brought fifty eight new cross wind families to have their children remembers been doing this since nineteen ninety nine the columbine high school she we have a country entry then as so much blood on the ground he's constructed more than twenty six thousand crosses in the twenty years since Columbine at the memorial service SIS elect talked about the outpouring of support and love from around the nation and around the world and says the world realized something those who live there have known for a long time on the neon sides. We are a city of neighbors that look out for each other. The gunman killed himself that night as police broke into the room from which he was shooting why he did it is still still a mystery. I'm Jim Westwood One Daily News for October second twenty nineteen. I'm John Trout.

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Full Episode: Thursday, December 19, 2019

Nightline

19:31 min | 1 year ago

Full Episode: Thursday, December 19, 2019

"I tonight lives cut short. Tatyana Jefferson. CEO Truth shattered home by police Their deaths becoming a rallying cry male families united by Grief Searching for justice. League really. Shouldn't killing with assassinations and under pressure targeted solutions. It could be. You could be me. It could be anybody. My son was in any doc to women at two very different stages of a long journey strangers who share a sorrow few of US known and they are about to meet nervous. Just don't really know what I to say to her. Only been a few days since amber car had buried her sister. Tatyana Jefferson gunned down by a policeman in her own in home. In your home. The place where you go to get away from the world who it makes no sense you can put any sense today. Alison John's son. Both them also suffered that same fate if I could ask her anything it's like. How do you cope along the names of both John Tatyana Jefferson now a rallying cry? She was all allows see when she was murdered. Flash points in the national conversation on police and the use of deadly force highlighted by new study. That found black. Men Are two point five times more likely to be killed by police than white men are. Both of. John is one of that number. If Unaware of statistics he was fully conscious of the stigma. He bore as a man of color from a love to dress. Well and I would ask what you think that you must look the part every time he said to may mummy. I know what it is when I walk into an elevator and a little white lady pulls back to how I dress well so that I am not mistaken dickens. See your pre for your hand protection and guidance guidance reason as an active church member of the twenty six year olds voice lifted up the congregation. He was about forgiveness. He was about compassion. He was about reaching the underserved underprivileged but none of that mannered on September sixth two thousand eighteen worsham was alone in his apartment watching. TV Dallas Police officer amber. Geiger just stop a thirteen hour shift says she accidentally walked into Gent's apartment mistaking it for her own and shot him dead up to now. And I reflected stills kind of believe that could ever ever it's. It's still difficult to who understand that both from is not good man. Did all the right things. This past September the criminal case against Amber Geiger went to trial fire scared. Whoever was inside the apartment is good at killed? The single ember. Geiger was found guilty of murder. Sentenced to ten years in prison than say the verdicts. I am much better. I feel much lighter so I'm us into spurious now to heal Sean family heart civil rights attorney any leap merit to represent them in their ongoing civil case. My whole in all of these cases in holding police officers accountable is that a message will go out to the law enforcement. Community that the non untouchable there will be consequences. If you pull that trigger and don't have the proper justification but just eleven days after Geiger was convicted addicted growing outrage in Texas. Tonight a woman killed by police in her own home twenty eight-year-old on Tatyana Jefferson was killed in Fort Worth just thirty three three miles away from where both John Linked. He really can't make any sense of any of it. Jefferson's families fight for justice is just beginning the wounds still raw performing. We really shouldn't be at this point dealing with an assassination Russian. What do you call it? Because that is exactly what it is. Jefferson diabetes and she always talked about being the person to come up with their care for diabetes. She was extremely strong. She was her own Person Ambris eight year old son. Zion was with Jefferson the night she was killed. Adult trauma recounted through boys is. He said that he was said and I asked him why. Why are we? He said the police shot on tape. And that was the first time I heard that no one had given me any details on what happened and I hate equipment. Son had to be the one to tell me he was actually there to witness it and couldn't ban a target as well Crying and it looks like I'm sad. Put Him really angry. Operator may seven three with the address it all started with a concern call to a nonemergency police line from a neighbor later told us he was worried. Medical help was was needed with the doors. Open this summer. The Body Cam footage shows officer Erin Dean walking past the front door. They said he was sitting up because they were playing video games. Bolan hurt something outside. She told him to lay down. He went around around the back of the House and approached bedroom window up. DOC The officer shot through the window. He's split-second decision claimed. Jefferson's life talked to the officer. What would you say? What was he thinking? What was he thinking? What was going through your mind where you afraid? Why were you afraid? Lee Merritt again found himself representing another family family whose loved one was shot in her own. Home it was devastating. Isn't possible mold that Dean was just a young officer who made a terrible mistake mistake and his best single night as possible. It is possible that he was just poorly trained. Wasn't ready to be our on his own. Aaron Dean declined our request for an interview. His lawyers said they had no comment. Dean had a promising career commended in his personal files as a quote young officer working at a level commonly seen for more experienced officers carrying this video obtained by ABC News. Here he is interviewing for the job back in two thousand seventeen to certain my fellow citizens in very a close personal way the the action adventure that matters the stories told about Johnson's take no how he answers. This fateful question. Will you be able to kill something if you have no. Aaron Dean resigned from this position two days after the shooting and has been charged with murder. He has not yet entered a plea. I respect the profession. They run towards the danger. But we've amplified the idea that they get to fear for their lives in so many situations to the point that has become unreasonable coming enough inside the minds of police officers under stress. And when amber and Allison Allison meet for the first time what misdemeanors share for the long road ahead. These days news comes out of Washington so fast it can be hard to keep up. I just don't think this is going to play out the way everybody thinks it's going to play out. We're getting giancarl prediction. I'm like we need special music for this. I'M ABC Political Director. Rick Klein join me along with. ABC's chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl every week as we break down the facts and turn to Washington. Insiders the tough questions on the powerhouse politics podcasts. How can the American people trust the president? We things over and over again. That are. Listen for free on apple podcasts. Or your favorite podcast doc. Dark Knight in Fort Worth Texas. You're watching police. Body Cam footage inside her home a Tatyana. Jefferson has no idea her date with death. It is in the Fort Worth Police Department. The chief came out almost immediately and condemned what happened. Nobody looked at that video and said there's any doubt that this officer acted inappropriately how significant it's huge but I'll look the system itself and look at American police. Say what can we do different so we went in search events inherited here the Maryland eastern shore where we were given exclusive access to close quarters defense once mostly reserved the US special flops and federal agents. They have no idea what they're going into valuable because we want them to do exactly what they will do on the street swing the site's founder. Guru expert in hand to hand Combat Weapons Training. We're really thrilled to have you here today. A group of police officers and Sheriff Deputies applebees with his. We all love you. It's all about making you better. So all those trainees come with me. His program is all about subjects cops rarely shared with the public or their families stress and feed stress. Not controlled can make a person the aggressive to someone. That's not necessary to be aggressive to Jackie Dalton thirty six a US coastguard veteran now a rookie cop and have the grace Maryland. Fresh out of the Academy Academy I Adore my co workers. My chief. I don't want to let them down one of the key tools into wings training this simple cloth and rope. Call the WHO'd food each time. The hood comes up the training encounters in new unknown scenario inches. Away Gun before autodesk asking directions so the hood teaches students to do what to be able to react quickly. An ability to be aggressive assertive off or passive compassionate all has to be within split seconds as it applies Dalton suits up. I'm GonNa Legion right here like this. There's noise to help build the stressors so in this you want stress. He asked me need stresses their friend. So it will become their friend at first. It is not the friend. Normally deeter observes her leising de-escalating midnight getting a baseline on how she performs under stress before his training. Getting Your Gun Carlin Eddie. So that would be a bad situation that happened. Her energy was high enough that she she eventually shot. The person the person was moving away from exactly was not a threat though he attacked for initially he moved back. So that's where or we do not shoot. He's no longer active threat. You can relax. You can relax relax. Please describe why you shot that person and use lethal threat threat. I use lethal threat because I felt fear for my life than they could've threaten either the person off to my left or myself or any other citizens if director ghetto. Why did you see that he had any weapon or not the personal to your right to her garden shoe from that position? Or what did you see. Uh He was aiming it towards me he did not shoot what she thought wasn't real and not even close. She actually saw a gun. Many of us were raised to believe that the truth is always the truth. What we saw today under stress the truth look different? They're perceive truth. That's right it's because they are not used to this level of stress so they're truth is very different sometimes than what truthfully happened and they will say what they believe right off the bat because that's what they saw says Belton isn't the only student. Perceiving things differently under stress dress sharing these videos with us of others on day. One can me train that of a person absolutely we do it every single time. Good Dalton is exhausted drain distraught that she shot in unarmed man. All right way to fight so you ever felt that before now in a little bit of training. This'll be a comfortable thing for you. You'll feel it. You feel. They have the energy to respond to react to it. Have a seat. Relax thinks it's stressful. It's emotionally really draining. My sense from him as hell of a challenge. I appreciate that but sometimes it's not enough shaking as an important job and a lot of pride doing what I do Dealers program can take weeks but even after just one day of training we witness a transformation in Dalton now the person was complying then one for the country was picked up. She aced it controlling stress. Dealers says actually improves decision making. You're smiling this time. Yeah I'm smiling. This time it was. It felt less stressful. Even though I was still going through kind of the same thing I was able to focus a little bit better what I saw from you. This time is confident. Right dealers. Training program costs three hundred fifty dollars per officer per day and stop. That's that's good. It helps them to adjust to what is in fact going on around them that. That's not something that you get in the basic police academy it's just not budget budget challenges however face every police chief from the country chief Walters Department has helped a private benefit. Great Work Great. Having Super Uber Cup Super Job be safe out there. Be Safe at the end of every ship every counter. That's the goal of lawn force and those they serve For Allison John Families like hers. There is no training only the tender teacher. Heartache provides wisdom John is about route to share with amber card still in the early stages of despair over her sister's a very good. How are you good? How are you so good to see you such a terrible? I really wanted to reach out to reach out to your family that you know that we with to think Tana's death impacted me there. Thanks very strongly because it seems so much. It's like what boyfriend went through some terrible but we have to contain to hear what keeps me going to is the energy which both had I just know that he would not want me to give up. Give you say you're tired. I used to say that too because you rap took in grief but at the same time you're fighting for justice estes when you have to try to build strength. The casualties and cost of policing in America are a high stress and sacrifice Real split-second. Her Life is lost. Lives are changed forever. Have Dan Harris from ABC News. And I have a podcast and you listen to it. It's called ten percent happier. It's all about how to stay sane in our increasingly insane world. We talked to everybody. Nobody from the Dalai Lama signs vide- Borkum for human gene to route. Paul you have to explore this life. It's fun it interesting may even change your life. You can listen to it for free on apple podcasts or on your favorite podcast and finally tonight it was Martin Luther King. Junior who said human progress is neither automatic attic nor inevitable every step toward the goal of justice requires sacrificed suffering and struggle. That's nightline thanks for the company in the Arca good night.

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Trump Impeachment Battle, Kurt Volker Deposition, Amber Guyger Sentencing

Up First

13:34 min | 1 year ago

Trump Impeachment Battle, Kurt Volker Deposition, Amber Guyger Sentencing

"Our President using a trademark insulting nickname said he'll cooperate with the impeachment inquiry will work together with shifty shift and Pelosi. Oh see all of them but Democrats say he stonewalling will the White House comply with subpoenas from Congress David Greene with Noel King and this up I from NPR news the first deposition in the impeachment probe takes place behind closed doors today so who is Kurt Volker and why is he central to Congressional Committees Investigation and in Dallas the case of a white police officer who shot and killed an unarmed black man has ended she was sentenced to ten years and the victim's brother brought the courtroom to tears sir. I don't even want you to go to jail. I want the best for you. We'll talk to a reporter. who was there in the courthouse? Stick with us. We've got the news you need to start your day support for up first and the following message come from honest striving to make better for you products when you choose an honest ernest beverage money goes to fair trade certified suppliers to help support their communities visit honest tea dot com slash podcast to learn more support it also comes from Lincoln's new podcast hello Monday with Jesse hampel back for season two each week join Jesse and her guests as they discussed the changing nature work fine hello Monday with Jesse hampel on Apple podcasts or wherever you listen house Democrats have told the trump administration shen subpoenas are coming. That's right and the president for his part has continued to lash out as Congress moves forward with its impeachment inquiry I president trump targeted house intelligence eligible committee chairman Adam Schiff by accusing him of treason and then trump took to twitter where he broadened his focus to the Democratic Party. He tweeted that they want to quote steal deal the election. All the while these subpoenas of administration officials are mounting in the first deposition of one of those officials will take place later today. NPR National Political correspondent correspondent Mara Liasson is on the Line Good Morning Good Morning Noel so this story is moving really quickly at points in fits and starts but where do things stand right now with the white ask Congress the White House and Congress are in this epic battle over impeachment yesterday. Both sides were trying to convince the public that they are doing the right thing in the House the House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff held a press conference. They wanted to prove that they could walk and Chew Gum at the same time. Nancy Pelosi talked about that the house was getting to yes on the US MCAA. That's the updated Nafta Trade Agreement. She talked about the bill. The House passed in May to reduce drug prices that she wants the Senate and the president to take a look at but they were both very tough about warning the White House what would happen if the White House refused to cooperate operate with their requests for witnesses and documents in the impeachment inquiry. Here's what Adam Schiff had to say. We are concerned that the White House will attempt to stonewall on wall are investigation much as they have stonewalled the other committees in the past It's why I say the White House needs to understand that any action like that that forces us to litigate or have to consider litigation will be considered further evidence of obstruction of justice okay so that is Adam Schiff talking tough president trump is aggrieved. He made that really clear yesterday. He talked about a coup on twitter. He cussed on twitter east his behavior behavior helping shift opinion on whether or not he did something wrong that is not clear yet so far. The polls have shown a little uptick in the support for worthy impeachment inquiry. I wouldn't call it a groundswell yet yesterday. Donald Trump turn to his standard operating procedure whenever he's imperilled only this one was a little higher octane. He said the press was corrupt. As you said he accused the Democrats investigating him of treason that's a capital crime punishable by death. He said Joe Biden was stone-cold crooked. He even suggested that he might bring a major lawsuit to respond to the Muller investigation. That's a little unclear how that would work and the irony is that that this is all a self inflicted wound. He's the one who decided to release the transcript of the call with the president of Ukraine which has fueled the fire of the impeachment inquiry and and instead of just pocketing the victory that Bob Muller gave him and moving on he has obsessively pursued this investigation of the investigators trying trying to prove that the muller probe was a partisan witch hunt and that even his own intelligence and law enforcement community was wrong about Russian involvement in two thousand sixteen gene so he is fueling this fire I mean and at this point Congress looks likely to keep requesting documents and witnesses president trump did say yesterday that he's going to cooperate great. This is a fraudulent crime on the American people but we'll work together. We're shifty shifty Pelosi and all of them and we'll see what happens I mean if we look at how the President has acted in the past does that seem likely cooperation will the president has always tried to appear to be cooperative and fearless like he has nothing to hide and then in the end he doesn't produce information and his White House pretty much has stonewalled Congress in other investigations but on this one they have been turning over documents since they didn't fight to keep the whistle blower complaints secret they did something unprecedented when they release the transcript usually president and foreign leaders conversations are not released to the public doc and that might make it harder for them to withhold other pieces of information and documents that Congress is requesting. NPR's Mara Liasson. Thanks so much all right. The next next move in the inquiry is a closed deposition later today. The man being deposed the diplomat named Kurt Volker Volcker was the US special envoy to Ukraine until hill he resigned last week that was after the whistle blower complaint named him alleging that he connected trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani to Ukrainian officials volker is GonNa be the first official to testify on the whistle blower charges fueling the impeachment probe. He'll appear in front of three congressional committees. NPR's Michelle Kellerman has been following all of this and Michelle before we get to who Kurt Volker is I wanNA follow up on something we talked about yesterday. The State Department's Inspector General Plan to hand over some documents to Congress he did did but it was not really what anyone expected. Can you explain what happened there yeah what what they were shown was a a package of documents containing what some described as debunked bunked conspiracy theories about the former. US Ambassador to Ukraine the son of Vice President Joe Biden and others last night on CNN trump's private lawyer Rudy Rudy Giuliani said well he sent over some of those documents to the State Department and and was told that they were going to investigate this and I should say no well that that this kind of smear campaign was certainly getting a lot of play in right wing media at the time so none of this was really a surprise but since Marie Ivanovich the former ambassador was abruptly fired in May hey this provide some context to that and she's one of the people who is expected to speak to the hill committees on this impeachment inquiry and the the man speaking today Kurt Volker. Who is he well? He spent the last couple of years as a part time. US envoy his job was really to push back against Russian AH aggression in Ukraine and end the war and they help end the war in the east of the country. He has a strong background in the region. He was a foreign service officer who worked in President Bush's National Security Council and was Bush's ambassador to NATO at the end of the administration he was also close to the late Senator John McCain and runs the McCain Institute in Washington and the whistle blower complaint says that Volcker did what exactly well. They say that he was helping helping you. The Ukrainian government navigate president trump's demands. You know this was if you think about this year in Ukraine you had a comedian political novice who won elections in Ukraine that surprised a lot of people at the same time you have Rudy Giuliani who has the president's air with all of this effort to dig up dirt about Joe Biden's on looking into the origins of the Miller report. You have a president who's fixated on that and Volker were setting up contacts between the incoming Zilenski government and Giuliani so I think that's what the whistle blower means when they say a that he was trying to help the Ukrainian government navigate president trump's demands and just quickly. What do these congressional committees want to learn from him today? What are they gonNA ask well? They're going to want to know if that's the accurate picture of that's what he was trying to do and also whether he knew about the president's decision to hold up military aid to Ukraine during this time and whether the president was using that aid as leverage to get dirt on his opponent ponant okay so the big question. NPR's Michele Keleman thanks so much Rachelle sure thing a former Dallas police officer has been sentenced to ten years in prison. Yeah that was the sentence handed down to Ambra geigert yesterday after she was found guilty of murder Geiger made the headlines last year when she entered an apartment she thought was hers and shot and killed both on it turns out. She was in his apartment one floor above above her own Sayyeda. Hussin is a report with K. E. R. A. IN DALLAS. She's been covering this story Good Morning Saito Good Morning. Thank you for having me. We're happy to have you so there was a moment yesterday after the judge handed down Geiger's sentence when John's brother Brandt spoke. Let's listen to that. I love you as a person. I don't wish anything bad on you. I don't know if it's possible but can you please please yes. Can you talk about what it was like to be there. For that extraordinary moment. It was a truly stunning moment in the courtroom a branch John is both John's younger brother. He's eighteen years old and Brandt took the witness stand and as you heard addressed amber geiger directly he told Geiger he forgave her and that he wanted the best for her because that's what his brother both of them would have wanted and he asked Geiger to give her life to Christ Brandt can't then stepped off the witness stand and embraced Geiger gave her a hug a geiger broke into tears and just a moment later the judge herself actually spoke to Geiger hugged her and handed her a Bible so really stunning moments in court. What what was the reaction from people in in the courthouse well while we we have that moment of forgiveness inside outside many folks were upset with this ten year sentence? Many people expected a much harsher sentence for Geiger for for the murder conviction. There was a group of activists gathered outside the courtroom chanting no justice no peace after the sentence was handed down hoaxer saying that this was disrespectful to the family and that ten years doesn't go far enough toward offering both John's life both John's mother Allison John also spoke spoke with the press. She seemed to accept length of the sentence but she says that the work isn't over that ten years in prison is ten years for reflection one and for her to change her life but there is much more to be done by the city of Dallas the corruption that we saw during this process must stop at just briefly seconds we have left. She mentioned corruption. What is she talking? Talking about. There was testimony that police may have deleted text messages tampered with an in-car recording system and so Dell's police chief you Rene Hall spoke about those allegations says she wants to launch an internal investigation and really rebuild trust with the community okay so the story will have a ripple effect it sounds like in the city Steve Dallas Hasson. Kera in Dallas joining us on skype. Thank you so much. Thank you up first with their stack TOPA third. I'm Noel King and I'm David Greene Comeback here tomorrow. We'll be here. We hope you'll join us again. You can subscribe to US wherever you listen to podcasts and if you've got a few minutes do us a favor rate us and review us on Apple podcasts and if you want even more NPR news there is a radio show that you should check out you you can find. 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Careful what you wish for with Alison Stuart

Write with Love

21:25 min | 1 year ago

Careful what you wish for with Alison Stuart

"<music> welcome to ride with love. I'm you heist. Sarah williams selling author speaker and creative entrepreneur each week. I checked too passionate conspiring olefins janey in creative writing some are traditionally published some do it themselves. Everyone's janney is different and everyone has something interesting to say. We all love love and love will be today's show is brought to you by our amazing fans and supporters unpatriotic. If you'd i'd like to help support the show and get some awesome bonus episodes very patriotic dot com forward slash. Sarah williams author to learn more now now. He is today's show. Get in welcome to write with love. Today i on the show. I'm chatting to ellison's how high this era i'm good. Thanks because down here in melbourne but otherwise fine we're going. Thanks to a cold snap will live in the country. I know i'm in much my sick woman. You know that sort of thing as well so i i should myself so you have had a very interesting journey. <hes> you traditionally he published aimed in indy published <hes> which makes you a hybrid. I'd love it. You can tell us a little bit more about yourself nugenix publication. Oh thank you sir. Yes i expect to publishing mutt. I think you'd call it. I i started being e published by very small e._p._s. Way before aw kindle books actually existed so it was a great solution without your great solution without the problem of course there was nobody wants to read it so yes saddam the small presses and then i decided well when i got his rights back. I'll have a go at job just sticking it up on a p._d._f. Of my myron website and discovered covered that <hes> independent publishing had become a thing and i was probably one of the early sign ups to smash words back in back in the day <hes> so independently published i at least four books now in my name and so chilling along quite nicely and then <hes> harlequin australia started its escape line which is is a digital first imprint of halloween and they took four my books <hes> three of which were were which were backlist and to to a fresh fresh new new shawny books <hes> and there have been sitting sorta hovering between escape and doing some independent work and i say jokingly. It's taken me twenty five years to become an overnight success. <hes> because that is exactly what happened <hes> i kind of felt. I had a couple of books up my sleeve. I except that there was probably a mock it for them and <hes> off two long discussions with my husband i eventually gave up my day job and it was as if the universe would up we'd be waiting for this and it just dumped on full time <hes> i had <hes> i had offer a very long story short. I had an offer from hollywood mirror for a two book australia. Romance series historical romance series and and the ink was barely dry on that contract when my agent in the u._s. That's another story in itself agent in the u._s. <hes> raymond said yeah i've got a penguin berkley interested in your historical mystery and so that that <hes> to boot print contract came we through the mail as well and of course they all wanted the same time <hes> yes same sort of and so that hence the reason ones being once released in june and the other in august. I <hes> to be quite honest. I don't think i have ever been as busy in my life as happy for the last two years so tomorrow. The story is be cancelled. What you wishful was it might come true. Yes sir so bit of indie publishing a bit of a digital first publishing and now to mainstream full-time fulltime print contracts one in australia in one in the u._s. So yes twenty five years to become an overnight success. That's incredible. Wow so you <unk> bacteria growing up. You actually spend a lotta time living in kenya when you were a child. Does that must have been. I mean you probably didn't think it was all different different. The time but looking back is there. Do you think that growing up there his kind of influenced the posted will no doubt what about it. I'm actually third generation my mother. My mother was born there. My grandparents went out in the in the late. Nineteen twenty s <hes> so yes. It's it's in the d._n._a. It's in the blood. My father's family coincidentally happened to be out there as well. <hes> my mother went back to england at the end of the war couldn't wait to get back to kenya as soon as she could and <hes> as a social worker to job in kenya as an adult and same time my father was in the british army as we say jokingly pursuing the decline decline and fall of the british empire wherever he went declined and fell <hes> anyway he fell in love with kenya had literally just left the army and just stir just go to civilian job when he met my mother and so the rest of they say is history so both my brother and i were born in kenya that was just in the dying days of empire <hes> <hes> <hes> just before independence in nineteen sixty two and my parents rightly judges that there was probably refuge before us my brother myself in in in an independent kenya and looked around as to where they want to go look each other's at oh god not england and and we ended up in perth in nineteen sixty eight and <hes> dad couldn't get a job over there and so he literally had his book on a <hes> about <unk> africa to south africa against my grandfather's advise and win the job came up in melbourne and ed for the grace of god go is i. I lived in melbourne fifty fifty years now and it's home and my family are all there and wouldn't think of calling anywhere else but yes of course that sort of background. I've never lost the accent start with <hes> that sort of accident has greatly helped me <hes> and it sort of stayed with me and i think in rushing singapore sapphire which is about <hes> colonial singapore not not kenya yeah that might yet come <hes>. I'm actually channeling quite a lot of that internal history <hes> from my family and my own background into it <hes> which which an unloving it i upset you loving raji net story. I have actual lipton singapore for years but that was as an adult and much later in life and the whole other story and so you kind of our military child's age the winton when you wear in australia you joined the australian army reserve. I did to the horror of my mother who i think's what i was going to be taken a. You're going off to the front line. I enter the horror of anybody who actually knew me at the time to be on. If don't watch yeah brain we are now is that you have still university. I was a little student and <hes> yeah as i said i suffering very badly broken heart time and an secondly. I needed some money so condescend to take both boxes of want what you to do something different with myself and actually a bit of income while i was doing it and the army seemed like logical choice anyway i wait until the training and met my husband on the close training range puck upon yulon does and the rest as they say is history and yes we had between us we we did nearly twenty years each in the honors. Luckily i was mostly in the legal core mostly working with regular forces. It's all three services. <hes> david was infantry and ironically on the one who's qualified for lieutenant colonel so who's queen yeah. He's he's still in there. He stays on your major well. We are both students. I have qualification so yes lots of soldiers soldiers in my stories and i think as acidify any deep understanding of how soldiers teak and what makes them work yeah so lately. It's i think all all my here is being sold. Just oh wow that's cool so you became a lawyer of course as it seems to be what once louis logical and logical jumps thing. That's actually surprising though i'm all the time hearing about lawyers who become like romance ride saints is going crazy. Yes as two breeds of genus russia's those who are exploiting those who are married to mechanical engineers on both on look ah sarah. I've always been a writer <hes>. I was at really annoying child in in class when english teachers at owen tonight's homemakers crazy arriving at oh yes whereas chiltern like my husband would go. Oh god no i just i always had stories to channel in my best. His friend was similarly inclined and we'd spend on lunch hours sitting halfway up a willow tree. Would you believe in the school playground rising rushing stories and she went on to become a <unk> long before i did but they we are you know forty years later we both published authors did never ever stop rushing. It's never wasted says a lot of grace will never see the light or day but it's a really good title and i should use it inches. Yes i did actually have that. She found it the other day side now using just appropriate or mytalk what i only say that because joe jokingly i was incredibly well organizers synopsis and i had a fundamental understanding the three act structure to it's all plotted i i got if i ever wanted to watch it live radio booth uprising. It's just energy definitely does happen all right so let's talk about your books. <hes> i know you have a cover. You have a book copy off the price mr which is your australian historical writings and they were the people watching unusual pace mistress is gorgeous picture and it's got this lovely looking girl on the cover of it and then a boss the price mistress's shining eight is embossed with metallic. It's josh gorges ibook baby that say the yen tell us about strengths and what we can expect greatness about right well. The the post mistress came around because my husband and i went camping ping as <hes> up on the snowy river and it was a bit rainy and we're the only ones in the campground so we're sitting around with a glass of good red and it had been nagging at me for well that there was israel. I i think that's now. We've got over a cultural cringe and i think that that redesign. I want you to read far more australians historical genre fiction <hes> re written by australians with the australian voice and so i saw you know as one does every glass red said david. What would i ride a better version. Australian story <hes> so we basically brainstormed an idea for a series in a in a small gold mining town <hes> now the fact that that gold mining town l. may or may not look a little bit like one of my favorite places in the world while heller <hes> is not entirely coincidental. It's very i have i i have <hes> mercilessly borrowed will vote for the story but i wanted that small town feel i mean lots of books are written about barrington bendigo but very few people realise there was at a very very wealthy gold mining ongoing on gibbs land at the time and did a bit later than the bendigo beller russia's so that that was that was the background after the story and so i got a continuation town of continuation characters <hes> there is a second book coming which is on waking moment but lovely i'd leitch on the front cover of my book just have another look <hes> it begins begins in eighteen seventy one <hes> ten years previously our our girl at laid <unk> pregnant and barefoot has fled fled england and made a life herself ostensibly as respectable widow looking after her ten-year-old son as far away from her her father she could possibly get doing an excellent job of supporting herself as the postmistress of maidens creek <hes> <hes> this lovely safe world that she's built for herself is about to be turned on its head when soldier to get a civil award somewhere so caleb hunt is a veteran of the american civil and <hes> drove his own reasons he's had to had to flee america and and he he he's a he obviously fought for the losing side which is never good idea and so he's got no life no roots no nothing nothing to hold him to to to america anymore and he lands lands in williamstown and winds gave a wins a gold mine in a game of two up and that's where the story begins and so caleb is going to come to come to maidens creek and turn to adelaide's life on its head on for various. Reasons sounds also earliest. Ah lot thank you well there. There is in her own past is going to catch up with her along the way as well obviously as it does. I'm going to make life pretty pretty miserable for them before before anything like a happy ever. After of course we have to do that and you see. There's gonna be a sequel. Will it be the same characters different carrington's same town same continuation characters different hero and heroine <hes> four-shot foreshadowed in the postmistress interest and this one is tentatively titled the schoolmistress but <hes> we'll. We'll see how it goes. It's with the editor at the moment and i'm no dash told becoming back with a whole stack arrives anyway. We'll see what happens as that'll be actually on contract yes yes it was the second book of the two contracts so yes the postmistress lescoe mistress and as we'll be out in june next year james according to blend at two thousand twenty cents well hopefully contract for two thousand eight hundred eighty eight of a long a long wait between drinks. Hopefully it will be was all right sounds brilliant so <hes> aimed the singapore sentencing pusa fired from that singapore. Is you lightest and you've got that one out as a m stewart it's starkly mysteries are again just kevin that she is another gorgeous cover. Yes no again very lucky this this one's this one's at shea coming is as a u._s. Book so it's coming out in in by penguin which is berkeley mystery which was very up to go to new york and that she meet my editor and and the team i have over there. I have never had a team before. This is so exciting. Yes sir between alison stewart a._m. Student everybody else. My husband says it's getting a bit crowded outage in bed a little bit confusing but i mean for obvious reasons. This is a historical mystery in the other historical romances and it was it was politics to keep the two brands part may not just there was just no way i could actually combine the two brands ius a._m. Stewart has her own life and allison. John stewart has her life as well so singapore. Sappho has been a much longer rem has had a much longer station it sort of goes back to the time that i was living in seeing a poll that could nearly two thousands and spending my time hanging around the national library in singapore's justin expect wife does have shall they do other things as well but that's what i was doing and i came across an advert in on the microfiche for the for an addition to the straits times about nineteen hundred five <hes> that began an englishwoman undertakes typing and shorthand absolute secrecy guaranteed at real advert as i as i live and breathe and i- brooded on that for a very long time and pull mrs hal whoever she was he put the advertising has become harriet. Gordon and heritage is the protagonist of this particular series as of historical mysteries. She is the title months just a shorthand typist and also fail suffragette failed in her mind not necessarily in anybody anybody else's and she's come to singapore to basically be the unpaid admin assistant at her brother's school and in order to to earn a little bit of extra income she <hes> she's offering her services as as a typist shorthand and it's just unfortunate for her that our very first client she finds dead with a knife pinstriped so that's the stars of course <hes> as as in a good tradition of the lovely thing about rodney stark industries there. There's is a it's a it's a very well known trope and of course there is of course the professional policemen who is inspector robert coroner of the straits settlements. Please and the two of them at the moment is planned to be a six book arc so we'll we'll see what happens but <hes> he's an interesting character design rodney. I'm having offloaded fund with those. My husband says i'm sure she's turned to murder because i taught come home. Maybe maybe now having. I'm having a lot of fun with harry. Robertson say singapore sepah came out in august just early august so please go to your local bookstore and ask quick 'cause they should be able to get it in even if it's not widely distributed here in australia and <hes> the second one i'm also working on at the moment is the colonel's lady or the colonel's lady is dead on offshore oil go with that title but again a working title sir quite a military one so lots to draw in from my own past that one years i'd say so the sequel to fire will be on two thousand twenty as well yes surprisingly enough in august i had to they wanted to do it in they wanted to do it. In july and no leaves have two months between because neither publisher like stretching knowledge college there might be another you know other other coals of my time so i do feel a bit schizophrenic bourbon personalities doing oh you literally rushing by the books at the same time you right one for me now a couple of hours in the yahu. No i caught that a right one draft and then i'll move to the other balkan not finished whatever i'm doing on that book then. I'll get back to it so it's been a it's a bit of cheek tagging along the way it is a i would say a twenty four hour our business but it's certainly been a seven day week business and i haven't had time for anything else in my life in the last two years so yeah. It's a as i said be careful what you wish for. We'll come. I absolutely the universe will dump on you. No no it's all good. It's this is what i have dreamed up all my life so i have no complaints just wages congratulations that is incredible these two books by sound fantastic steak and i definitely employer brand to go to the book shots libraries online whatever and <hes> an pick out either by the postmistress and singapore sapphire and <hes> thank you so much for joining me today alison wait. Can we find find you alone and keep up with a with these releases well. The best thing to do is probably just to go straight to my alison. Stewart website which is alison stewart dot com very easy to remember what that stewart with you and there is a link to my a._m. Stewart website so you don't have to know exactly what that website is. So if you kick that just takes you straight through and and please do think about signing up for my very the two newsletters i have because i am to people and i promise promise not to bombard you but it's by far the best way of keeping in touch with me or find me anywhere on social media on. I'm always there. We will allow these we <hes> we are. We'll thank you so much times elson. I really enjoyed that. Well thank you. I enjoyed it to sarah was lucky to chat to you. Thanks for joining me today. I hope you enjoyed the shire. Jump onto my website. Sarah williams ofa dot com and join my mailing must to receive a free preview of my folks folks lots of other inspiration. If you'd like the shy and wanted to continue he can become a sponsor for just a couple of months going to paint tree on dot com. Tom forward slash sarah williams. Orca and remembers have follow me on facebook twitter and instagram and get to subscribe to my youtube channel and labor view view of podcast. 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Full Episode: Monday, July 13, 2020

Nightline

17:56 min | 5 months ago

Full Episode: Monday, July 13, 2020

"This is nightline. Tonight Kovin nineteen rule-breakers, young people partying hard now, facing pandemic consequences cases eclipsing in the sunshine state. Is it possible to party safely as a pandemic rages on? Does it ever way on your conscience that one of these parties might lead to someone's death. Plus from pain to purpose morning. Their children many lost at the hands of police. What's it like to be a black mother in America? Fighting for justice end chain, the bakken saved the life of another mothers Joe. I'm going to do it every day of the week. Nightline starts right now with Juju. Chang, good evening. Thanks for joining US tonight. In the height of the summer tourist season Florida reporting more cases of the virus in one day than any state since the start of the outbreak now one area of concern, young people, throwing parties and caution to the wind, the race to contain the spread, but we'll parties turn to protests if officials threatened to stop the music. Hey during the music down. I don't have to do is. We're going to continue the fight this because we cannot. Benny says he sick and tired of his neighbors, allowing their house to be used as a nightclub, just going out to party with no mass on top of each other. The scene is chaotic. Irresponsible comes the next bus. I feel like I live in our hotel every day going home, turn the corner at see, or WHO's my neighbor? Now Diaz says he and other frustrated neighbors are scared that these events are helping spread covid nineteen through their Florida community and beyond. A reasonable fear. With Florida recording more than fifteen thousand new cases on Sunday, the highest one day total of any state since the outbreak began. More than eleven, percent of those tested in Florida turned out positive I was asked. What was my nightmare scenario? A few weeks ago and my answer was to be new. York and The fact that we are heading there now seems like. An avoidable tragedy Florida's cases skyrocketing over the past several months on April first state, roughly seven thousand total cases on May first nearly thirty five thousand. June, first roughly fifty, seven thousand and on July first nearly one hundred fifty nine thousand cases, adding more than a hundred thousand cases in just thirty days. Beyond the message from the top was clear. This virus isn't a threat to Floridians. You got a lot of people in your profession who wax poetically for weeks and weeks about how Florida was going to be just like new. York wait two weeks. Florida's going to be next just like Italy wait two weeks well, hell eight weeks away from that, and it hasn't happened. As cases kept escalating in June governor Santa's continued, resisting a call for a statewide mask mandate you catch more flies with honey than vinegar. The increase coming even as phased reopening in the sunshine state is ongoing. This Weekend Disney the parent company of ABC News, opening. It's Orlando Parks for the first time in four months with temperature, checks, masks and sanitation stations, but as Florida tries to keep moving forward, California's putting its reopening in reverse, shutting down indoor businesses, restaurants, bars, theaters, and museums. This virus is not going away anytime soon. Los, Angeles and San Diego School districts announcing they'll only reopen online this fall, twelve states, hitting a record number of infections and hospitalizations this weekend. Many cases traced back to large gatherings of people including Michigan. Were hundreds were shoulder to shoulder at this fourth of July Lake Party when you see some of these parties on social media. What goes through your mind? I think. Look at a lot of people in industry walked the honest. Morning Bahrain Jared couture off is a party promoter in south Florida who goes by the name coupes. He says he's been planning events. Since the state opened up and is struggling to balance safety with the need to earn a paycheck. Does it ever way on your conscience that one of these parties might lead to someone's death. Yeah, I'm not even going to a party myself right now. Because I'm scared to party. They want to. They'RE GONNA party regardless, so I'm just trying to figure out a way to do it seat for them. COOT says his party's are invite. Only he limits the number of people per table and asked his guests to wear masks and maintain social distance. Your critics might say you're profiting off of people's recklessness Gary Few of US old before unemployment or making money right now at we need. Need to survive a certain way I'm not trying to do it, too. If people say I'm just trying to make some money, Miami is a nightlife hotspot. An economy based on parties and large gatherings fueled largely by young people mayor Francis Warez notes the irony what he say depart promoters, the faster and more disciplined that we are the fashion get. These numbers are under control of. Guy Willie to some sense of normalcy. My message is Please please. Starting to authorities stopped exporting. Over the weekend president trump wore masks for the first time in public to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center but then this morning. The President reach waiting former game show host, chuck, woolery, rant, accusing the CDC and doctors of lying about the virus. What would you say to the President? If you were in room with him and he basically was telling the American public. Don't regard what the CDC Assay as soon as she works for him, and so you know when you sit should necessarily see your initial. Saying shouldn't listen to federal government which runs the second thing I would urge. A presence to do is to implement a federal massive public. because I feel that his leadership on this particular issue would be incredibly important since there's a segment of our population. Specifically him. ABC's Rachel Scott. Talking with several trump supporters his canceled New Hampshire rally. We don't need a mask. We all look ridiculous and look like a bunch of sheep. Brainwashing there's no reason to be scared absolutely not. Endemic anymore president trump defending his relationship with the government's leading expert on infectious diseases, despite reports that it's soured Dr Anthony. She has said he's not briefed the president in at least two months. We'll ever good relationship with Dr Yeah I. Don't always agree with them. We have been told inside the West Wing. Senior officials are known to refer to Dr she as doctor, gloom and doom. Doctor found she ignoring it all focusing instead on the raging public health crisis haven't even begun to see the end of it yet. Still the president plans to accept his nomination at the Republican convention next month in Florida despite the state's current explosion of cases, hospitalizations are. I better twice have twice the number of combinations that they had an April and ventilators. We just crossed the maximum number that we had. Over two hundred, so you're bracing for a higher death rate, we are absolutely while young people may have decreased risk of hospitalization. It's still an increased stress on an already taxed hospital system. These young people especially community like Miami live in multi generational homes, so we are now starting to see a gradual increase in the number of older patients who are needing to be hospitalized. I feel threatened I am threatened by these party. And we can't live like this lady longer. Getting the story behind the story checkout start here. The Daily News podcast from ABC. News every morning start here, we'll get you ready for your day with inciteful straightforward reporting on a few days, biggest headlines from groundbreaking investigative reports to urgent revelations shaping your world recently honored with prestigious Edward R Murrow award. Start here takes you inside the stories that matter and where they're heading next, so start smart. We start. He'd check it out on apple podcasts or your favorite podcast APP. It's a solemn sisterhood. None of the women you're about to meet wanted to share seven black mothers in their own words opening up about the day their world shattered their precious children killed many after encounters with police now is America, faces, a renewed racial reckoning these moms coming together calling for justice. Here's ABC's Deborah Roberts. Link, we all hope and pray that when it's are. You you don't have to see any more. In every time you see another one. It takes you right back to the day. That it happened to you, Michelle Kinney knows grief in a way. Few of us do the kind that racks your body pierces your soul. In two thousand, eighteen or seventeen year, old son Antoine Rose was shot dead by police officer, as he ran unarmed from a traffic. Stop in their Pittsburgh hometown. It brings about a bond that I can't begin to explain and I think the reason that that happens is because. No one. Understanding What this pain truly entail! But these other six black moms do all lost their children. They say due to America's legacy of racism. Their bond of anguish rooted in pain, but marked by action. One to Cooper Jones into Meka Palmer are the newest members of this tragic sorority of sorts, Cooper Jones Son Amar Armory killed in Georgia while jogging this year, Palmer daughter Brianna Taylor killed in March sleeping in her bed after three Louisville police officers executed a no knock warrant looking for a suspect who didn't live there. You sent a message to to Meka freon his mom on her birthday. What did you say I? Just one hundred dollars that I knew that that Dave is going to be very difficult. Because Ahmad had a birthday on May the eight. And it was days prior you just days prior that video being released. And that was one of the most. heartbreaking. Days that I've ever had. And I wanted her to know that. I know her pain. And I was there to support her miss. Palmer, tell me about that. What that meant to you because this is so fresh? It was nice to get the message just to know that you know. Somebody feels the way that I feel got so much anger inside of you. So much disbelief for what happened to your child. To know that gene. Talked about. You, not having the best day that day going out to dinner with her boyfriend and goal at home to watch movies. She was in her house in her own bed. In. Someone kicked in door in killed Dr! She'd been deserted. Sabrina Fulton's pain hasn't eased though it's been more than eight years since her son Trayvon. Martin was killed by a neighborhood watchman in Sanford Florida. His death among others sparked. What we now know is the Black Lives Matter Movement? I felt like I was never gonna be happy again. I went from ninety five percent of the time being happy to. Ninety? Five percent of the time he said when I first started out. The hoodie would make me say now. Seo Hoodie. Yes, Mel about it because our trade and breathe program myself to say Desa memory of my son after George Floyd's death at the hands of Minneapolis police. She went to his funeral. Body else like. America the this to him. This is a result of the ugliness in America. I kept asking God. Why why did this happen? Why why am I? Looking at a man in this casket will should've just been arrested. Still Kale, some more you'll Rice's twelve year old son to Mir was killed in two thousand fourteen police shot him as he played with a toy gun. When you see these growing protests, does that say to you? The something feels different right now. Somalia I'm very happy that they are out there. I am actually happy. We don't want the message to your with the vandalism in Barney and things like that the message should be a clear agenda. You know. Nobody should be comfortable. In America. Sleeping at night was born on country right now. Win Card. Let me ask you about the protests. Are you hardened by the protest? About a win. That's workload. Not. From gration the register. Wendelin cars desperate for change after seeing son, Eric Garner killed in a twenty fourteen encounter with New York police officers his final words. I can't breathe has become a national rallying cry. All the mother. Just, you know. What has happened over the last safe. Or months. This is different. The time has come for change and I think that what's happened has implemented change. Allison John the only mom in the group to see a conviction after her son, Botham, was shot and killed by a Dallas police officer while sitting in his home. Do you feel a sense of justice in this case given that you did actually see the police officer who shot your son? Go to prison onto the trial. I prayed on I fasted. And that's all I ask God full to give Paul a muddle conviction because my sons live was taken away. I am not too happy about the ten years. However, I believe God is in control I am. Still fighting that reached the point where I was asking. When will it ever end? Kept saying that I did not want to see. Another family suffered a faith that we did. And I'm so sorry. To Tamika Palmer and to one the cooper onto the other mothers who lost sons. If America does not shake up. After all these incidents. That says that we all share as mothers. Will. Be The is Dutch will brick America. Not Normal and I'm not really allowed to be normal because what America has done in my family to Mir im his voice, so that keeps me busy with. Foundation WHAT THE PLATFORM! That I have that America has provided for me, so they murdered my fun. None of us axe to be thrust into this world. I no longer have a son out there. And I'm still willing to get out there. Lead the way. Push the movement if I can do it and I. Don't have a son out there. Every black person should do it. I'm no longer trying to save the life of my son that is gone, but if I can save the life of another mothers shout. I'M GONNA. Do it every day of the week. And I I mean. I stop until I'm dead. And I pray somebody in my family picks up the fight then. I have to say as a mother, a mother of a seventeen year old Black Sun, and a twenty one year old black daughter. I don't think I've ever felt more vulnerable and more. Frightened and more exhausted and all of you ladies. With your pain and your purpose, give me hope. And finally tonight, one woman scoring her dream job during this pandemic. Here's ABC's Wilkins. Mary Daniels husband Steve was diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer's and has been in the memory care unit of an assisted living facility since last July, Lockdown League Mary, and Steve, apart for one hundred and fourteen days until a job, washing dishes at the facility opened up Mary's dishes, spotless, and her husband of twenty four years happy when I signed for the very first time, he said Mary Anne started crying I'm back with him and I'm not too late. Nightline see right back here tomorrow. At the same time. Thanks for staying up with US good night America.

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The Power of Fastercise

Beyond Your Wildest Genes

36:39 min | 1 year ago

The Power of Fastercise

"You want to laugh fix hello. Byu WG tribe. Here's a quick peek. At our supplement product in book of the month. I'm for November. Two thousand in one thousand nine at the end of the podcast will spend a few minutes going into further detail so we encourage you to check it out the supplement of the month for November number. Two thousand nine hundred hot off the press newly formulated a newly released beyond your wildest jeans immune boost with a ten percent discount code for the month of November being being lower case I lower case B ten. Yes it's case sensitive I e ten the product of the most November's Dr Counts Gordon Nutrient dense all again vegetable. Powders twenty percents off. First Time Bar using the code capital B. Capital why capital W. Capital Book of the month for November is own yourself yourself. The surprising path beyond depression anxiety and fatigue reclaiming your autheniticity vitality and freedom by one of our favorites. Dr Kelly deep broken. Keep in mind all the links discount code and special offers for the products of minute book will be listed in the show notes and I tunes posted on Social Media and in our weekly newsletter on our website it. WWW dot beyond your wildest jeans dot com at the listen now thanks for listening everybody. Welcome back to the beyond your wildest jeans podcast I'm your co host today. Dr Mike and four and I am thrilled to have Dennis Wilson and his daughter. Allison Roberts on the show guys. How're you doing today? Terrific thank you so much for having it's really awesome. I was just in our preamble before before we started. I was talking to Dennis and Allison let them know like twenty something years of doing this and thirty years of being in health and wellness and what they've done with their new book and program. I really have never seen before. And I'm excited to bring it to you guys today. So if you just Gimme a second. I WanNa read Dr Wilson and Allison's bio and we'll get started so tennis Wilson. MD is the author of Wilson's Temperature Syndrome. Doctors Spaniel for Wilson Temperatures Syndrome and evidence-based approach to restoring thyroid health as you originator of the W. T. three protocol protocol. He's been educating Physicians for over twenty six years on the use of sustain. Release T. three and the treatment of Wilson's temperature syndrome. A condition in which people exhibit tippet low thyroid and low body temperature symptoms but have normal thyroid blood test results. Dr Wilson speaks at medical conventions and medical schools both nationally and internationally and trains physicians on the use of herbs and nutrients. His new book is the power faster cise using the new science of signaling signaling exercise to get surprisingly fit in just a few minutes a day that's by Chelsea Green publishing at a came out in October of two thousand nineteen Dr Wilson and in his daughter. Allison Roberts co-founded fast size in two thousand nineteen. The vision of fast is is to refresh human fitness. The world over Allison has a degree degree in business management minor economics. She has worked both in operations and finance it. Multiple Fortune five hundred companies and several startups. She's also a life and fitness coach. Wife Mother Athlete Allison is passionate about helping others achieve their dreams guys. Welcome to the show. Thank you I would appreciate US doing a little back round on both of you. So Alison could you take the lead with that gift. People your back story and then Dennis follow up right after Alison. Yeah absolutely so As it was saying I actually have a background in business So it might be funny to some that. I'm a a fitness coach but Fitness has always been my passion and and I actually went into college with the goal to come out with an understanding of business so I could help my dad launch his businesses. He's always had his mind on on lots of different inventions. And I thought it'd be really fun. Well his most recent invention so to speak faster size actually helped me with my recovery. 'cause I I just had a baby Back in last July July twenty. Eight t I had a baby and I had roughly thirty more pounds than when I started the pregnancy. So as not feeling very comfortable was kind of not able to enjoy the fitness. I had before and my dad said well. You should try this program that I'm recreating. I think it could really help you so I did at figured I had nothing to lose. Except those thirty pounds right so Got Started with the program program and I was shocked to lose those thirty pounds on in as little as three months it took. And then you take into account. The fact that I had had my baby moved cross country and started a new job with my husband. We both started new jobs in that time period and so I have practically no time to go to at the gym or do anything really with a newborn and all those things going on so those results blew my mind and I thought well if this was so beneficial to me. I'd I really like to help. More people have the opportunity to take advantage of it And then I guess lastly with the program. I just wanted to see how far it can go. I was curious so I actually sign up for a bodybuilding competition in just using bastards size and I actually ended up places in my division. An and I didn't do any weightlifting leading up to it so I said you know if it can take me to a bodybuilding competition eight months after delivering my. Hey Baby I think he can help a lot of people a lot of different fitness goals. So that's my story. That's a story. Hey that Dennis could you give people your background sure absolutely way to go. Alison it's the way so But Yeah I started helping people with low thyroid problems Thirty years ago and I found that a lot of times people have normal thyroid tests and they still had problems with their metabolism. They still had all the symptoms and they characteristically doctors would have low temperatures. I'm sure a lot of your listeners. If they've madge they have symptoms of a slow metabolism. Even when there's thyroid tests are normal. If they check their body temperature they may find that their temperatures run low and that's actually quite common and in quite a problem because it can make it really difficult difficult for people to to lose fat to have energy to feel good to to build muscle to sleep well To do practically anything and so in in in some of those cases I was able to help people get their temperature up to normal using herbs and thyroid medicine and uh-huh a lot of their symptoms would go away yet. Some of I mean in some cases all their symptoms would go away but in some cases all their other symptoms or go away and they still have trouble with their weight and it was one of the less predictable symptoms to to to improve and Of course I've seen firsthand how frustrating that is for patients and doctors when patients bodies don't seem to be cooperating with them or or or the accepted scientific approach or the accepted scientific theories on on what causes Weight Gain weight loss. And so I am so am I. Heart always gone out with that for those people and I've been trying for years to to understand that and But the thing that has changed in the last ten years there's research that's available in the last ten years that wasn't available thirty years ago. That's what I've been studying lately lately and and there's a lot of clues in that research and from those clues you start connecting the dots and then all of a sudden. You have a different way of looking at things that that can help. Oh people feel a lot better and so that's how I came up with passer cise amazing and then you decide to have a book baby. uh-huh yeah let's let's let's dive into this. So can you guys explain the concept of faster Mr Cise and and how. It's it's dramatically different than anything I've ever seen. Yeah I'll send you certainly so the way I like to think about. It is when you when you eat. You know you have the option of getting energy. Gee from your food but with faster size you have the option of getting energy both from your food from exercise. So that's your size allows you to tap into the body body fat stores that you already have and utilize that for energy throughout the day so when I was really actively losing weight in those three months there would be Times when I wouldn't even get hungry until about four or five in the afternoon after doing several rounds of what we call shiver size which is the exercise imitating sugaring sugaring It really mobilize stored energy reserves so the way I would tell my has been. It's like I got to enjoy the burger that ate two months ago then and N.. Now because I I ate it then and I'm using it now So I think that's how people can see really good results And it also just taps into how our ancestors esters function for thousands of years you know when they would get hungry they would go and they would climb a tree and get some nut Sir Berries or something they would go and find food sued And so if they got hungry their body would have to hold onto something while they're looking for all this food and so we're just doing basically what they did. And we've we've been so far removed from that with all of the modern technology that we have which is good and a lot of ways but not not great for our health sometimes so that's in nutshell. That's what I would take three sizes In the thing I would add to that a couple points to that is because there's really there's really quite a few things that are really exciting about this is not just really one new thing. It's like four or five new things but one one of the one of those things is that it uses what we call instinctive exercise. There's two kinds of exercise that our bodies do instinctively and one is when we stretch when we first wake up in the morning we tighten your muscles and the other thing we do. is we shiver when we're cold and that that's there's a reason and we can talk about that in a minute but but Does to exercises actually can be done to push off hunger and they push off hunger because they mobilize like Allison John was saying your stored energy reserves and they were they released so much of those stored energy reserves that it actually satisfies your brain with the energy. It needs needs so that you stop burning muscle so that your hunger goes away and it might stay gone for an hour or two hours and the other thing. That's really the different about this is that there's a way of using this kind of exercise to get winded every day and when you get winded enough to take a deep breath that actually stimulates you to make To increase the size number of your mind congre which gives you which is what provides ninety five percent of the ATP or energy to your body and so might have concrete as you know and Is Super Critical. For for helping people do everything all their bodily functions and and also fight chronic disease. So it's it's quite a quite a handy and helpful thing anything that increases the size and number of the little powerhouse called the mighty Kondracke. Andre is a good thing but you've you've discovered this how did you how do I had you come up with this. What was Dennis had triggered you to come up with this? This is just fascinating to me. Well I would. I would describe private this way. I mean I. I didn't know I didn't know how to help these people and so I just went searching for how to help these people and basically started at at Started at ground. Zero started at the basics. The way back in your physiology the Krebs cycle and glycolysis and basically just the basic functions of of of How the body works because you know at the body is not working right? Then how do you like. If you're trying to fix a toilet you it really helps you know. I know how the toilet works. You know if you know how the toilet works. Then you can figure out what's wrong with it so anyway Going back and the other thing. That was really different The one thing that super different now than was when I went went into when I was in medical school more than thirty years ago is that but now we have the Internet and back then we just had separate textbooks and it was hard to draw correlations but anyway so I just studied need a bunch of things and I would go from from one topic to the next in the medical literature reading one article after another and then I studied that for like months and then one day I was waking up from a from from being asleep and I- i- tight my muscles the thought to myself you know why. Why did we do that? And then the more I thought about it that that gave me the you know society l.. We do that to to release as our energy stores to help us get up and start our day and to help us find something to eat and then I thought well. Maybe maybe if we do that. When we're hungry are hunger hunger will go away so I tried it out and sure enough You know you tighten all your muscles down as hard as you can for ten seconds or so and your appetite light disappears by the time you're done relaxing your muscles. Your appetite is gone and it's it's so just it just one thing after another. I mean if you you just don't like I said there's just so much so many clues in the medical literature now that that weren't there thirty years ago and there's a lot of lot of new research that our new a new science that helps us think things differently. Go ahead well. Yup I just WanNa say I mean I do agree with what my dad said but I do. Think he's being a little modest if I could just take one moment to to brag about him so to speak He I would. I like to think of it as DAB likes to think of things in terms of like ones and Zeros. Sometimes I feel like his knowledge of of these cycles. He loves to research and they just combine in his mind. Mine in a way that I'll never understand But it's just he loves to think about these concepts and put them together in ways have never been done before and I love to watch it He tries to translate it to English for the rest of us. It's been fun to watch him. Go through this process of iterating. Because he's been tossing these ideas around for the last twenty years. I mean as long as I can remember that that is really interesting and it's very it's when when I started reading the book After your publisher sent over the the first thing that came to my mind is the dog or the cat. It's very incestuous ancestoral where the cat or the dog in the morning with that downward dog and it's a complete whole body stretch and kind I don't like a light bulb. went off in my head. Let me just let me just look at what you wrote and and you say there. There's two forms of faster size. There's tighter size in shiver size. Both of them mimic actions that our bodies do automatically without us even trying. Let's dive into that so get get into the tighter size Part of this alison. You WanNa take that or Dennis Allison Grande so so with tighter. SOCK is you know throughout the day. I find tighter size most effective. When I'm just I feel like I've got all this energy and I don't know what to to do with it and I'll usually it comes within about twenty or thirty minutes after I've eaten I will feel the need to just go and do something. It's just like this energy rush And so Typically like I could be at work or somewhere in the park or something and I'll do my Tighter size routine in so I start from head to toe and when I go through all of my different muscle groups so starting with like deltoids biceps forearms on back shoulders ads and then going GLUTS quads calves APPs etc And it's crazy. How by flexing your muscles as hard as you can in these individual groups for three to four seconds You burnout by being able to clinch the art as possible and you get results much more quickly than you would at any other point You think about going to the gym you would never tighten your muscles as hard as you possibly can cause lifting something that requires that much effort. You're probably gonNA hurt yourself but when you just do it on your own. Then you tighten your muscles as hard hard as you can just in an isolated way with your own body weight you know pretty much no risk of injury and you get incredible results because you're pushing your muscles as hard as they. We can just for a very short period of time awesome. Dennis Awesome and with regard to the shiver size in in. That is like when we're when I want to say first of all of that you don't have to be cold to to shiver size like you don't Shiver Shimmering has the same aim of fact and and On the body whether whether you're cold or your dot cold and the effect is that it releases a lot of your stored glycogen and fat to you. Free Up this field that your body can burn it in order to keep up with the energy demand that that your body is putting itself through so it will will the the will use up. A lot of energy are or stored or the energy currency in our body that we use for that recall. ATP NOT PAY BUT IT'LL burn up energy quickly so if you think about your body is let's say your body was called. You are in a cold shower or you fallen into your out in the out in the freezing weather and it starts to rain new start to get it really cold. That's pretty much in emergency because if that keeps up you could die. So so what does your body do. Well knows that needs to burn stored award energy to warm you up and so the faster the better the faster it can go through. ADP The faster it can generate heat heat and the faster it can save your life and so all the exercises that could possibly do. What does it do it shivers? What does that tell us? It tells us that that probably the fastest way. I mean the fastest way that we can process or burn up. Energy is by shivering and in my experience at you know that that's the case and also in the research that shows that shivering muscle or a rapidly contracting attracting muscle a rapidly moving muscle can burn up to three times more. ATP THAN A statically contracted muscle so it it because because it has to make cross links and break cross links and may cross links break crops lake so the faster that muscle is moving the more ATP at Burns and so Oh and you don't have to don't have to have a lot of tension is just it's just the movement and you don't have to move very far. It's just an inch and you can shiver size while you're lying On your bed on your back you can lie on your stomach you can. You can stand up you can be in a plank position you can You we know allison has about fifteen different videos on our on the faster size mobile app that that shows you all different ways. As of doing these exercises I I see when when you talk about the shivering and usually as human beings we we think of being cold but if you ever watching like National Geographic you'll see like the empowering away from the from the Cheetah and and if it survives eight does it has an entire body shiver and then it just goes about its business visual that we can see so we could do this when you describe describe it. We can do this anywhere at any time are there. Have you guys found that. There's a better time to do this. One of the Times. I'd like to do shiver sizes when I awake up in the morning. Because it really gives you a great start on the day wakes you up so quickly and so efficiently effectively it it really gets you a great start in in what I liken it to is that instead of having a cup of coffee which provides you caffeine cream and and sugar which getting instead when you faster size is you're getting epinephrine and fatty acids from your stored fat and you're getting glucose from glycogen and on top of that you're getting lactate which is like predigested energized glucose which is a preferred energy source for your brain so it it just lights up your brain like right now and so you're you're awake and you're ready for the day Like like never before so I typically will Tighter size a little bit first. And then I'll I'll finish off with Chevron in another great time to do it is to push off hunger. What about you al.? Yeah I completely agree You know what you said about hunger for me I think about the day in waves of hunger so when I I get hungry in the morning i'll shiver size and then I'm typically not really hungry again until about late morning and then I may shivers is again but then I'll typically eat and shortly after I'll do my tighter size routine and I'll do that cycle about two times a day. get home angry shiver. Sisa push off the hunger when it comes back I eat and then I do my title your size and I feel like this cycle of working with your metabolic rate to fit like help. Your body burn fat at this time and then build muscle at this time really helps helps me feel energized throughout the day and also like efficient with my time. You know I'm working towards my fitness goals. Even even though I'm only spending a handful of minutes a day a so times in a conference room by myself doing these exercises. Yeah if if you could just hypothesize this is why do you think folks are getting. Because you've got testimonies on the website and of course alison as well as a great testimonial eight months post post. Baby why do you think people are getting such dramatic results in such a short period of time. Well I think it's because you're working with your body instead of against your body you're our body is built and To to help us accomplish whatever it is we want to accomplish as easily and as quickly as possible. However if if we're sending the wrong messages to our body we might think we're sending the message to our body? It's like it's like we're speaking a different language. Like if I if I thought. Let's say you speak Spanish and I speak English. I think I'm asking you for a Burrito but I'm actually in Spanish it actually comes out like I'm asking you for a bowling ball It it just doesn't it doesn't work but So that's kind of what it is with with us. I think sometimes we are thinking that we're telling our bodies by the kind of exercise that we're doing. We think I telling the body. Okay Burn your storage and build your muscle but actually were telling these act opposite. So we're actually sending mixed messages and Really not directing the body in the direction we wanted to go absolutely. That's fascinating I see that you also else. You're you're a life coach and you actually coach folks doing this. Could you talk a little bit about that. Yeah absolutely so we wanted to give you the content of faster size so anybody can do this anywhere. They can do it on their own. But we found that people are much much more likely to find the success that they're looking for by having a coach And that's where I come in so I help walk people through the basics faster size but also learning how to Kind of accept you for who you are and accept the situation that you're in because one of the best things about faster size. Is We meet you where you're at you know. This program is so flexible that it can. It can work for whatever crazy schedule people. Have you know some people may be able to afford to spend two or three hours in the gym a day but for a lot of people. That's completely unrealistic. And so we've we find a way to cater this program to help people you know. Feel good about themselves. Good about the effort that they're making because oftentimes it's the best they can do in. It's absolutely enough to get great results with faster. CISE you can do this in as little as like five for ten minutes a day. I just love helping people feel their best And I found like more fulfillment doing this than any Excel Excel spreadsheet or powerpoint presentation that I may have given at some point in my life So it's it's been a great journey. I'm really excited to see where exists. Better have something et j'ai I've just been thinking about the The release of energy from from the shivering. You can you know why. Why is that so powerful? Why why does shaking Do that well it. It prepares pairs it prepares our body releases a lot of energy so that we can use that energy for whatever we need to but examples are this you know so. Have you ever heard of people say you know I was really nervous. I was so nervous I was shaking absolutely and then there's other people people assay well. I was so mad I was shaking or they say I was so scared that I was trembling. Or they'll say I was so so grossed out that I was shuddering I've just shuttered so it's like it's like all of these things have the same thing in common and that's that's your body just trying to prepare you for dealing with something something something like that but shivering doesn't have to be unpleasant in fact it's really it's really it's really exuberation because if that's a word Exhilarating I guess the word so what you do is you know he put on some music and and you shivered just a few seconds and you just filled with energy and it just as three folks got to include this in the show notes so that you can get a visual for yourself and what this looks like Talk to me so you guys. So a book is a static thing live live forever and it doesn't change but you've taken this to the next level in your offering coaching. You're offering A monthly coaching which I think is phenomenal. And as we know when when when we're left to our own we generally don't follow followthrough. Unfortunately I think it's about ninety percent of the time but when we do a coach with somebody when we're held accountable. That's the key accountability. Polity our success skyrockets. And that's what's really unique. You guys are doing thank you. Y- yeah we we so I'm very cognizant of your time and it is late and we've all worked a full day EH. But can you tell people where they can find you in the interwebs in the world. Go Ahead L.. Yeah yeah absolutely so. We have our faster size website so fast size dot com that's F. A. S. T. E. R. C. I S. E. DOT DOT com. We also have Different facebook Lincoln and instagram pages. If you're into social media and then we also have our a faster sized APP against the same way F. A. S. T. E. R. C. I s. e. faster size in apple and android stores available for download load for free. And if you'd like to sign up for coaching you just need to go to pretty much any of those locations and we've all linked it to our coaching page which is on the faster ostracize website. Debt you have anything to add to that. No I don't see how good she is should should have a folks. I'll put that all in the show notes so you can find that. I didn't realize the APP was free. which is even more awesome? That's tastic Before we leave Dennis could you. What would you like to say to our audience before we head out I would I would? I would say that This there's always a way there I like. I like to think that there's always a solution. It's just a matter of looking forward and finding I know there's a lot of people out there with all kinds of health problems and Chronic illnesses is in different things and they may not be getting their answers from from books they read or even Doctors that they see or all the king's horses all all the king's men but there there's always there's always an answer there's always a solution they can figure it out in in this particular solution I feel very very confident is GonNa I really think that it puts extraordinary fitness into the hands of virtually anyone tastic. tastic ellison anything to add before we go. Yeah I just like to Echo what dad said. I think that with faster size. Suddenly the plane grounds level. Will anyone can have insanely incredible fitness. Ever whatever that looks like to you we can be heroes us. We can all be proud of our results And we're excited to help refresh human fitness the world over. That's awesome guys. Thank you so much for taking the time to be on the show. I'm greatly appreciative of it. I think this is a really unique book. And what you're doing is a game changer. You don't have to join a gym. You could use your body weight like these are not crazy things that folks need to do to get healthy so i. It is a fresh look on health and wellness so folks if you like what you heard please I tunes and leave a review at helps us to to help others and again Alison Dennis. Thank you so much for being on the show and we'll see you soon. They so much. Mike appreciate changed. And that's Lobi White. WG tribe here's a quick peek at supplement product and book of the month for November two thousand in nineteen at the end of the podcast. That will spend a few minutes going into further detail so we encourage you to listen to the end so you check it out. 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"This is hidden brain. I'm Shankar Vietnam. On June fourth nineteen twenty four ago was admitted to the Virginia state colony for epilepsy. Six and feeble minded, she was white dark head and seventeen years old. She became colony inmates. Sixteen ninety two. The medical superintendent of the colony examined her he declared her healthy free of syphilis able to read write and keep ourselves. Tidy. And then he classified her as feeble minded of the lowest grade moron class. Without designation. This young woman who had already lost more than many people could bear in a lifetime was set on a path. She didn't choose what happened next laid the foundation for one of the most tragic social experiments in American history to forced sterilization of tens of thousands of people. This story has resonance even today. It's about how science and the law tools that we have created to help improve our lives can easily become instruments of prejudice and oppression. It's a story of hubris and about good intentions gone awry, eugenics and the signs of Beto breeding this week on hidden brain. Support for hidden brain. And the following message. Come from Kiwi. Co creating super cool hands on projects for kids that make learning about art and science fun Kiko is offering hidden brain listeners the chance to try them for free to learn more. Visit Kiwi co dot com slash brain. First of all, please tell me your name Kerry. Let's get a oh. In one thousand nine hundred and NPR reporter, Wendy Blair took a trip to a one room shack outside Charlottesville, Virginia should come to interview, a seventy eight year old woman Halmarick name was dead Amore. But her given name was carried buck. He saves adapted for Naza little girl. As dept Bobby Dobbs this year in Shelbyville. This interview was one of the few that Carrie buck ever gave by this point. She had little to say, it was left to others to reconstruct her story one of those who took up the task was historian and lawyer Paul Lombardo. He's the author of the book three generations. No imbeciles eugenics the supreme court and Buckley bell. Paul says the story of Cardi Bach really begins in the nineteenth century Francis. Golden was a cousin of Charles Darwin who came up with eerie of evolution Francis. Golden was interested in addition. But he was more interested in what he saw as the applications of the science. His passion really his driving force was to measure things and try to calculate how the future was going to play out in human behavior. I think the thing we know for the most now are his coinage of the term eugenics. But also his real foundation of what we think of is modern statistical theory. When golden introduce the idea of jenex, what was his thinking. What was he aiming to do? Well, as I said, he he was looking a great deal at patterns of behavior and trying to figure out why it was that genius. The ability to to think productively and other abilities how these clustered in families. And so we see him very early in his career suggesting that maybe there's a way of understanding this clustering of ability, and for that matter disability and certain families. There must be something that is biological about. It's something that's inherent to the organism. And he proposes that this thing is really something. You can think of as you jenex, which is a way of organizing people that will encourage the people who are prosperous, and who are healthy and who are productive to marry other people of of similar talents and then pass on there. Abilities to children and at the same time discouraged people who are not successful and not productive perhaps or poor perhaps on well. And over time the negative ones will fall out of the population to be fair. Lots of people pair up with others who are similar in education and social class but Francis Goten riding in the early twentieth century wanted the state to get involved. I cannot doubt that democracy will ultimately refuse consent to that liberty of propagating children, which is now allowed to the undesirable classes, but the popular says yet to be taught the true state of things a democracy Carrollton, your unless it be composed of able citizens therefore it must in self-defense withstand the free introduction of degenerate stock. These ideas coincided with a new movement in the United States. The progressive movement was an effort by social reformers to address the problems caused. By industrialization, progressives, believe that education, science and social institutions could solve society's greatest problems. They launched anticorruption efforts are drive for women's suffrage. The also started the colony movement institutions to care for and to detain people whom they viewed as disabled deranged, the primary motive was compassion people who ran institutions realized that with a growing population that had more and more people who were in need of of care. So the colony movement begins as a movement out into the country. And then later starts to take on the new ideas of eugenics, those ideas saying that people who are unfit people who have mental or physical disabilities. People who are to use the language of the time, feeble minded or morons or missiles should be set. Operated in segregated from the general population, not only because they can't survive in the city. But also because that will keep them from reproducing in one thousand nine eleven Virginia opened its first colony just outside the small city of Lynchburg initially, the colony only took in people with epilepsy. But soon new buildings went up to house people with mental physical even moral defects women were often taken to colonies in the early years of the colony movement because they appeared to be sexually promiscuous or there were concerns that they were so unable to control themselves, and and so weak of mind and disposition that they needed to be protected and that the rest of the population needed to be protected from them. I reached out to Virginia historian, Len rain Ville, she says it's impossible to disentangle the jenex movement from the long history of men trying to regulate the behavior and bodies of women. This was an attack against women. Men making a plan of attack to deal with an issue that they have defined and targeting women. Just the way birth control discussion is today. It's always assume that it's the woman's responsibility. And they're something goes wrong. It's the woman's fault in that. If we have to control something we've got to control women when the Virginia colony I opened demand for admission was high at the time people suffering from mental and physical disabilities were often shunted after the poor house or to a local jail. The colony seem like a far more humane option. Paul Umberto says the superintendent of the colony Dr Albert pretty took his mission. Seriously. Dr pretty believed that it was his prerogatives as a physician, and especially a physician paid by the state to take care of the social problems that were generated by the individuals who came to the region colony and Dr pretty thought the best way to do that was first of all by segregating them away from society and away from each other. The couldn't have children if they couldn't have sex, but Secondly and more radically. He was one of the early people to propose surgical sterilization, the idea of forced sterilizations sounds shocking today. It was also shocking to many people in the early twentieth century dissenters fought eugenics on religious and legal grounds. But it also appeal to many ordinary citizens the majority of people in the country at least up until nineteen twenty had grown up on farms. Then everybody thought they understood how generation worked, you know, the birds and the bees and the bulls in the cows and all the animals on the farm all reproduced as did all the crops and people who lived on farms understood that you called the heard of the weaker members. You got rid of the plant that was rotting in the field, you we did your garden. So as to get rid of the kinds of organisms that would ruin the whole plot gradually states began enacting eugenics laws. Is a nineteen o seven Indiana pass the country's first compulsory sterilization law. It applied to institutionalize criminals. Rapists, idiots and imbeciles thirty one states followed with our own laws diseases that my qualify a person for sterilization, included, syphilis, alcoholism, moral, or sexual perversion, and feeble, mindedness, Virginia was not one of the early states to pass eugenics law. Nonetheless, around nineteen fifteen Dr aber pretty began to sterilize some of his patients he felt he had the authority based on a number of junior laws which had fairly vague language in them giving the directive to physicians who worked in state institutions the power to do whatever was necessary for the medical health of a patient. He sterilized quite a number of them over a dozen. And then he was suddenly met with a lawsuit by family of a man from the eastern part of Virginia whose wife and two daughters had been taken to the colony while he was out of town. The man bringing the lawsuit was George. Mallory George was working on a sawmill in a little town outside of Richmond and was gone from home for several weeks at a time. He had a fairly large family with several daughters and a wife, and when he came back from work one weekend, he saw that most of his family was gone. Some of his children had been sent to foster care and his wife and two of his daughters had been taken to the Virginia colony turns out that the social workers and the police had been watching their home. And they made the allegation that the Mallory family was running a house of ill repute or a brothel. And that's why they broke the family up while George was gone. George went and found a local lawyer told him his story, and that lawyer brought a case against Dr pretty odd. But pretty was furious here he was a man of science and reason being challenged by someone who is not his social or intellectual equal. He never quite got over the fact that he'd been dragged into court by this poor man when he thought he was doing the best thing both for the state, and for those women whom he sterilized a jury refused to award damages to George battery, but the trial judge totally one the doctor to stop what he was doing current Ginny law. The judge said was not in the superintendent's favor. Eugenics was still illegal in Gina album. Pretties response he decided to change that he began to campaign for Virginia law that would explicitly allow for the sterilization of defective people among other things he argued such. Lockwood save taxpayer money instead of confining people to the colony sterilized people could be sent back to communities in nineteen twenty four his efforts paid off Virginia passed abroad, sterilization law. It gave you Genesis the green light, but Abbott pretty and others feared that even this wasn't enough. What if someone challenged the law try to overturn it? They wanted something what a tight they wanted not just a law, but a law that was sure to survive legal challenge. So they came up with an unusual strategy. They decided to find a test case that they were absolutely sure to win a case where in effect they would get to play both prosecution and defense how to find such a case, Dr Albert pretty had just a person in mind. Her name was Carrie buck. Stay with us. Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from quip quip was designed to make brushing your teeth. Simple affordable and even enjoyable one of the first electric toothbrushes accepted by the American Association quip has a built in two minute timer that pulses every thirty seconds to remind you switch sides sensitive sonic, vibrations for healthier gums and a multi use cover for brushing on the go. Get your first refill pack for free at GT Q U, IP dot com slash brain. Support for NPR and the following message. Come from Lincoln, hiring is all about finding the right person for the role. That's why when it comes to posting your job go where you have access to an engaged community that people visit every day linked in with seventy percent of the US workforce on Lincoln. Posting on Lincoln is the best way to get your job opportunity infringed. More of the right people heads Lincoln dot com slash brain. For fifty dollars off your first job post. Terms and conditions apply. Carrie buck must have realized from the time. She was just a child that she didn't have much power or say about what happened to her. She was born in nineteen oh six to Emma book a woman who fell on hard times someone who from time to time was homeless someone who was suspected of being a drug abuser. When Kennedy was about four local authorities removed from MS care and placed her in a foster home, the family that became her foster parents were the Dobbs and the Dobbs were also a very modest crew. They. Took her in partially because she could provide services as a household worker. And also because they got a bit of a supplement from the state for taking care of her carry lived with John adas Dobbs for more than a decade. She attended school and school records show. She was good at her lessons, but she left school after the sixth grade, and she spent her time as a domestic servant there on the Dobbs family at sixteen carry became pregnant her account of what happened never wavered. She says Alice stops had left town to care for a sick relative. And at that point a young man in Clarence garland appeared he was a nephew of Alice. Dobbs. Carey said Clarence to advantage of me. He promised me. He would marry me he forced himself on me. And then he left it was a huge scandal. Alice. Dobbs knew that having an unmarried pregnant girl in the house looked very bad. It would jeopardize the families chances of getting other foster placements. So she said about finding a way to have carry removed, and she asked the local social worker, and the nurse and some doctors if they could have her committed to the Virginia colony for the epilepsy in the feeble minded because that's often where girls like Kerry who were in trouble went the moral overlay in the late nineteenth and early twentieth. Century having to do with sex is just impossible to escape the people who set up the colonies who thought that they could isolate people who were sexually promiscuous or for that matter who were somehow sexually unorthodox and other ways, they really focused on the the the necessity of getting those people out of society carry was allowed to remain in Charlottesville until she gave birth. Allison. John Dobbs agree to take. The baby a little girl named Vivian county was taken to the colony now, this is the point in the story where the plot takes very strange Tarn. You see carries mother was already living at the same colony Emma had been brought there a few years. Earlier the stage was set for the tragedy that was about to unfold when Carey arrived at the colony Dr pretty was quite excited because he had the records of Kerry's analysis and an examination by a Red Cross nurse who was living in Charlottesville, and he knew the records of Kerry's mother Emma, and so all of the cluster of problems that Emma exhibited fit into Dr Pretty's idea of the kinds of traits kind of negative traits. That were hereditary a woman who was sexually promiscuous who had problems with their own in. Missions who couldn't control her intake of things like alcohol and drugs and who didn't take care of her children. He thought that these were characteristics that were likely to be passed down. So when Carey appeared as a new resident of a colony, and he connected, the two people it seemed to hit him that there might be good evidence. Here of hereditary connection. Aiba pretty knew that two generations with generic flaws presented a strong case for sterilization. But three generations dot would seal the deal, the third generation was carrie's daughter. Vivian whom you automatically assumed was feeble minded do. Genesis had that case they ignored facts that didn't fit like carries normal school record carry was given a rudimentary IQ test which came back suspiciously. Low. The mental age they assigned to her the mental the number. I should say the I q number assigned to her with something in the fifties. If seventy is the cutoff for someone we would call vote developmentally disabled, or they might call them moron. She was twenty points below that for I bought pretty the Pat was obvious. The first step under the new law was to petition the Cottigny board for authorisation to sterilize. Carrie, he argued that she was incurable had a mental age of a nine year old and had given by to a child born out of wedlock who has quote mentally defective. The board. Agreed that sterilizing. Carey was the right course, the next step to building a watertight case sterilization was to have the board's decision challenged in the courts, the idea was to mount a legal challenge against eugenics, whether you Genesis could play attack and defense, they would defeat the challenge and does a stab wish legal precedent. So I would pretty recruited a friendly lawyer a personal confidant who would sue him on Kerry's behalf. The lawyer was himself a proponent of eugenics. He filed the appeal and carrie's name, but never really represented her. She was just a prop. We really have. No contemporaneous. Record of carries thoughts. We have a picture of her taking the day before trial, which tells us a little bit. It tells us that she was a seventeen year old girl who seemed to be fairly uncomfortable. And and clearly in distress she'd had baby taken from her only a few months earlier, she was taken out of her home and sent away to play. She'd never been she was surrounded by doctors, and lawyers and other people who were prodding her questioning her so one would expect it a small town Virginia girl without a whole lot of education with no one to protect her would probably be afraid in distressed, and that's what she looks like in that picture. During the first trial at the county courthouse. The buck family was excoriated Emma Bach was accused of living in the worst neighborhoods and functioning like a twelve year old a welfare worker who'd never met carry testified that she didn't seem to be a bright girl. Another social worker offered her assessment of carry seven month old daughter, Vivian. She said there's a look about it. That's not quite normal. But just what it is. I can't tell. Finally, Abbott, pretty testified. That's terrorizing women like Harry might quote, tame them down the trial took less than five hours. The county court upheld the sterilization order. It wasn't enough for the Genesis county box lawyer if peeled the case while the case was still in the lower courts albuque- pretty died of Hodgkin's disease. A new doctor John Bell took over a superintendent of the colony his name replace his predecessor in the NAS suit. And every step courts upheld a decision to sterilize Carrie finally in one thousand nine hundred twenty six the US supreme court accepted the case for review. This was a very important step because if the supreme court didn't endorse sterilization, then it was still possible for someone to challenge the lower court law. And so they ended up in in nineteen twenty six filing papers in the United States Supreme court on behalf of Kerry challenging the case, and allowing the supreme court to take a look at all the evidence that had been gathered at the steps below on may second nineteen twenty seven and an eight to one decision the courtroom to carry. Buck could be sterilized. The opinion was written by Justice Oliver Wendell, Holmes junior. He described the bucks family this family with cascading problems generation to generation a series of people who've had illegitimate children a series of people who seem to be mentally compromised and morally degraded. Mother child and then grandchild all somehow touched with mental defect and homes re wraps this all up into one package and says it's better for all the world if instead of waiting for degenerate offspring to die from starvation or for criminals to be executed for the crimes that we stop this line before it goes on better that those people not be born at all. And he describes the book family, and his opinion and draws a line under and says, we have three people three generations a whole household full of defect. Three generations of imbeciles are enough. Three generations of imbeciles are enough. This phrase was to become the rallying cry of the jenex movement on October nineteenth nineteen twenty-seven. Carrie? Buck was taken from her room at the Virginia colony and brought to the infirmary. Dr John Bell was waiting for her carrier received. Anesthesia and drugs to keep her from vomiting. When's your Puerto Wendy Blair interviewed? Carey in nineteen eighty she asked her about that day, and whether her doctor had told her what was happening. We owner said that I wanted to be you. Said that I would have to go through the operation, but I didn't want apres I kicked against it. But it was useless, everyone the state the country, even the supreme court said Carey's opinion about what happened to our own body mattered less than the opinions of doctors politicians and judges Dr bell having prepared Kerry for surgery makes an incision in her abdomen, which exposes her Philippian tubes. He then cuts the tubes on ties them together. And so her up it takes several days for her to recover because this is after all major surgery. Now when she's recovered she realizes that she's had the surgical operation that would make her sterile. Carey was twenty one years old. And you remember how you felt I didn't feel too good Hobart. Were you very sad. Yeah. Say it because I'll say I won't take you county was released from the Virginia colony soon after her sterilization, she married twice her first marriage lasted twenty five years until her husband died. She was still married to her second husband and living in a nursing facility when Paul Lombardo finally spoke with her in December nineteen eighty two. She was quite near death. It wasn't clear that she was going to die. But she did about three weeks later. She was very weak, and she wasn't very talkative. So we really didn't talk about the details of her surgery. We did talk about her recollection of the time. And she made it obvious to me that she felt that she had been wronged because the young man who had forced himself upon her as she said disappeared. She was left alone. No, one protected her no-one defended her no-one protected, carry bucks younger sister, either her name was Doris. She'd also being brought to the colony on grounds that quote sooner or later, she will become the mother of illegitimate children. She was twelve she was registered as inmate nineteen sixty eight. Dorris was tantalized about a year and a half later medical staff only told a child that she needed to have her appendix removed NPR's Wendy Blair track down doors and her husband Matthew Figgins for her report, Doris said that for decades, she hadn't understood what had been done to her. I just looked killer. Now, one one we we want to chill so bad DARA said Matthew Figgins who tried all their married? Life to have children are both in their sixties. Now living in the country in western Virginia. They visited many doctors before one told them not very clearly that Darras probably couldn't have a child. Dr Hans bird found Scottish in that she wouldn't be able to have a child. He didn't he didn't say she'd been stir and today the Figgins still feel their disappointment failed empty. That's out. It wasn't until one thousand nine hundred seventy nine the Doris learned that she had been stylized the person who told her the news was the director of the colony at the time. His name was K Ray Nelson. I felt that she had a right to know. And basically that was my motive she had a right to know. What is your understanding now about why they did that to you back then in nineteen twenty eight I couldn't Tae why would the famine non? Guinea pigs. And what carries daughter she'd been adopted by John and Alice Dobbs, according to the supreme court. She was the third generation of imbeciles and the buck family Vivian went to school. She went to the first grade and did passably. Well, she went to the second grade that summer she got the measles apparently developed some kind of secondary infection and died when she was only eight years old. So her story was pretty much buried for the better part of fifty years until the larger story of buck versus bell of became public. Before she died Vivian the child who was deemed to be not quite normal had been on the honor roll. No. After the supreme court decision the nation embraced four sterilizations. For decades. The last of the country's eugenics laws were repealed only in the nineteen seventies. By then some sixty five thousand Americans had been sterilized. The targets were almost always the least powerful native American and African American women immigrants the physically and mentally ill. And of course, the poor as Paul puts it if you want to know who was going to get terrorized during the reign of the Genesis. You just had to look at the social ladder and see who was at the bottom. No. When we come back. We consider the painful legacy of the Virginia state colony for epilepsies, and feeble minded, and how far we've really come people would would come up to my parents. And they would say what happened to her? They would say can she talk? They would say what's wrong with her. Stay with us. This message comes from NPR sponsor. Comcast business. Business has always been driven by innovators entrepreneurs and disrupters. That's why the company who built the nation's largest gig speed network is moving beyond beyond connecting your business to helping you with technology that provides better experiences. Comcast business beyond fast. Visit Comcast business dot com. For more support also comes from the Condado fund, supporting individual dignity and sustainable communities through investments in transformative leaders, and ideas. Learn more at K E N D E D A fund dot org. The Virginia state colony was built on a vast track to farmland overlooking the James river, it's a beautiful spot in the foothills of the Blue Ridge mountains, it's the kind of country that imprint itself when a person becomes part of who you are. Molly McCauley Brown grew up just fifteen miles from the Virginia colony had a lovely childhood. I really I have wonderful family one full Cairns, and I really loved that place, and I really lake still. And I think he's still benefit from being someone who really feels like they're from someplace who feels really profoundly attached to a part of the world. I can tell if I'm driving. I can always tell the minute. I hit that part of Regina sort of no matter if I can see a sign or not the landscape starts to look familiar and my heartbeat settles down, and I feel like, oh, this is what the world is supposed to look like. And that's a really nice artifact. I think of having been raised some place of knowing where I'm. From the Virginia colony was part of the landscape of childhood. Molly says that when she and her mother would drive past it on their way to shop in Lynchburg. She would press her nose to the window and stare at the red brick buildings. They looked haunted. I knew that it had this complicated history tangled up with Appalachia and the great depression and people with disabilities. And I knew that it was still a residential facility for adults with with really severe disabilities. But I didn't know much else beyond that. And time she learned about the institutions troubled history for Molly the story of carrying Doris Bach came with a special kind of pain, which you looked at her own body when she thought of the way strangers looked at her. She knew deep down the colony was meant to house people just like her. Molly has cerebral palsy, I have impaired balance, and I walk with a kind of crouched gate. She often uses a wheelchair. Molly has lived on her life knowing what it's like to be viewed as Alba pretty might say as unfit people would would come up to my parents. And they would say what happened to her? They would say can she talk? They would say what's wrong with her. And I think mostly mostly those questions didn't come out of any kind of malice. They came out of discomfort on curiosity and a lack of understanding, but I understood because of things like that from very early age. I understood my body as something. Strange and other and defective. And the people were encountering it in that way, and the swimming that I was ushered in defective and strange defective. And strange would so similar to those wants us to describe the residents of the colony Mali felt the connection and one summer when she was home on college break, she decided to visit the colony grounds when I was there. I was just really struck by the place. I drove to the cemetery, you know, which had gravestones from the very early nineteen hundreds up to you know, just a few years prior to when I was there, and I drove through the facility itself, which because it was built on an enormous amount of land. Still had standing on it all of the buildings that were the original colony buildings that had just been sort of abandoned and moved out of and then beside them there were these newer functional buildings that were the the the the current facility, and that combination of this place, which was both a functioning residential facility and also kind of ghost town of everything that had been was really evocative for me. And there's a little plaque kind of at the entrance to the colony that talks a little bit about its history and again standing in the cemetery. I just remember thinking, oh, if I'd been born in the same part of the world even six years earlier like I might well have been a prime candidate to be colony patient and not is kind of amazing. That was an amazing realization for me, slowly, the idea for a book emerged a book of poems. She called it the colony for epilepsy and. Feeble minded, here's Molly reading the first point the collection. Inspired by those drives. She took as a child, whatever it is home or hospital, graveyard or asylum government facility or great tract of land. Slowly seating itself back to dust. It's church is a low slung brick box with a single window a white piece of plywood labeled chapel and a locked door. Whatever it is my mother, and I ride along its red roads in February with the windows down this place. Looks lived in that one has stiff gray curtains in the window a roof caving in. We see a small group moving in the channel between one building and the next bowing in an absent wind. He's in a wheelchair. She is stumbling pushing prams from decades ago, coal black and wrong. There is no way it holds a baby behind them. A few more shuffling bodies in coats. I am my own kind of damaged. They're looking out the right hand window spastic palsied off balance. I'm taking crooked notes about this place. It is the land where he is buried the place. She spent her whole life the room where they made it impossible for her to have children. It is the colony where he did not learn to read but did paint every single slat offense. You see that shade of yellow the place. She didn't want to leave when she finally could. Because she lived there fifty years and couldn't drive a car or remember the outside or trust anyone to touch her gently and by some accident of luck or grace some window less than half a century wide. It is my backyard, but not what happened to my body. Most of the poems in molly's collection are written from the point of view of patients, but a few are written in the voices of colonies tough. In a section of the book called the infirmary. Molly writes from the perspective of a colony Dr a dictionary of hereditary defects. It is shocking. Really how many ways being can go wrong before they're even born into the world. Creationism you are caught between human and animal heavy and flat faced you have hoofs for hands a cow's wide tongue. Epilepsy. You are destroying yourself from the inside out. Feeble, mindedness, I could shout into the cavern of your mouth and here. My own words echo back off the high walls of your head over all the blinks space of your brain. This is the most useful noise that you will ever make. Idiocy you on even reproduce my echo. You are living yet already. Your body has started to decay. It knows you are not for this world, you go limp or spastic turn to stone or slime at home. I drown the smallest kitten in the litter. Hold its head under the water for a minute. I feel it's heart. Stop with my thumb. It's done. You are not for this world. It would be cool to let you replicate yourself and make another creature faded to crawl around feeble and stunted gal Ling for absent milk. I asked Molly why she wanted to feature the voices of colony staff. It is easy from the present moment always to look back at what feel like they kind of atrocities or injustices of our past and think, oh, okay. The people who perpetrated that were monstrous they were nothing like me, they were evil. They were nothing like my family. They belong to a world that is entirely. Unlike the world around us and to to to think, oh, we're at a we're at a comfortable far removed distance from from that time or from doing something like that. And I think one of the things I wanted to do by having homes in the voices of colony stuff of the doctors and religious leaders, and nurses and attendants who who work in the place was to say, no, these people were in fact, quite human. We're motivated by fear were motivated. By misunderstanding were motivated by anxiety by visceral disgust by all kinds of things that we still feel and that in fact, this wasn't a sort of atrocity undertaken by monsters. It was a campaign undertaken by deeply flawed human beings, what campaigns of master limitation. Our in our past the ideas that inspired those campaigns live on dozens of women was terrorized without the consent and the California prison system between two thousand five and two thousand eleven and two thousand seventeen a judge in Tennessee offered reduced jail time to inmates who agree to be sterilized in order to quote break a vicious cycle of repeat drug offenders children. The U Genesis will utopians convinced that they were doing hard, but necessarily things as much as we might like to relegate our actions to the history books, it's important to pay attention. To make sure we are not carrying their ideas with us in a new edition freshly bound shining with the possibility of a brighter future. Today's show was produced by Jenny Schmidt and Thomas Lou with fact, checking by Laura chorale, it was edited by Tara boil team includes Raina Cohen at pasta. Kevin Beasley did voiceovers of Francis. Caulton? Our unsung hero this week. Is Wendy Blair whose reporting thirty eight years ago and short that carry box voice was not raised from her own story. Thank you, Wendy. Komo hidden brain, you can find us on Facebook and Twitter and listen for my stories on your local public radio station. You can also listen for a radio show, which is carried on many stations around the country. 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Trump erupts over impeachment, ramps up attacks on Intel Chairman Schiff and blasts probe as "bullshit"; Trump ramps up attacks on Schiff, calls for him to resign; As Trump rails against impeachment "Bullshit," most republicans are silent on Ukraine scand

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Trump erupts over impeachment, ramps up attacks on Intel Chairman Schiff and blasts probe as "bullshit"; Trump ramps up attacks on Schiff, calls for him to resign; As Trump rails against impeachment "Bullshit," most republicans are silent on Ukraine scand

"Happening now breaking news in a rage the president unloads on camera and on twitter using false claims have profanity to try Andarabai the impeachment investigation and to attack Democrats tonight. He's aiming his most intense wrapped as at the House Intelligence Committee chairman. He's scared a speaker. NANCY PELOSI SAYS MR trump is terrified of impeachment so he's desperately trying to divert attention from the Ukraine scandal. Does he suspect inspect. Another bombshell is about to drop strange delivery. This apartments inspector general gives an urgent briefing on Capitol Hill delivering the stereotype packets sent to the secretary of State. One Democrat says it was filled with Ukraine conspiracy theories why did Congress to have secretaries and vintage plane crashes. A celebration of historic aircraft turns deadly type as a world war. Two era bomber goes down in flames and smoke tonight a new warning of a health risk for residents living near the crash site. We want to welcome our viewers in the United States and around the world. I'm Wolf Blitzer Sir. You're in the situation room is CNN. The end breaking following breaking news president trump erupts and misleads fast. The House of peace can investigation rapidly escalating. He's been on a day-long rampage blasting the impeachment probe and the whistle blower complaints launched it as a hoax and I'm quoting the president of the United States right now. He says guys the whole thing is in his word bullshit he also ratcheted up his attacks on Hustle Diligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff accusing him without evidence this of helping to write the whistle blows allegations which shifts panel flatly denies also breaking we're standing by for new information about urgent briefing on Capitol Hill by the State Department's Inspector. General of the mysterious packet be turned over to investigators this hour. I'll talk to house Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Eliot Engel his staffers were inside the briefing and our correspondents and analysts are also standing by first. Let's go to our chief. White House correspondent Jim Acosta Jim. The president is going to new extremes as he lashes out about the impeachment investigation Wolf. It look temper tantrum inside the White House as president trump angrily really denied any wrongdoing during his phone call with Ukraine's president president went after the House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff accusing him without any evidence of helping right the whistle blower complaint with the press conference went off the rails at one point when the president was asked why he was talking about Joe Biden with the leader of Ukraine sounding sounding like a man backed into a corner the president railed against the whistle blower who's complained about Mr Trump's phone call with the leader of Ukraine sparked the inquiry and if you look at this whistle blowers which I have letter respectful whistle blows but only when they're real his report of the phone call was totally different than the fact the president seized on a report in The New York Times the whistle blower saw guidance from the House Intelligence Committee on how to file a complaint. Mr Trump then accused the committee's chairman Adam Schiff of helping right the complaint or charge. He leveled with zero evidence well. I think it's a scandal that he knew before. I go a step further. I think he probably helped write it okay. That's what the word is and I think it's I give a lot of respect for the New York Times and putting it out the president defended his calls for shift to be investigated for treason still fuming days after the chairman Mr Trump's phone call with the Ukrainian leader because of the fact that he's he's lying about the president of the United States and as to what the President says you know I believe it or not. I watched my words very carefully. There are those who think I'm a very stable genius K. I watch my words. It's very very closely and to have somebody get up and to totally fabricate a conversation that I had with another leader and make it sound so so bad it was so evil when asked why raise the issue of four Vice President Joe Biden during the calmest trump then misstated what happened insisting it was the Ukrainian president who I brought it up but that's not true. It was the president who did that. If you look at what he said Okay and he brought it up. I think he brought up the name Rudy Giuliani Julie any what I want is the following and I've said this loud and clear. We have our ambassadors here. We have Mike Pence here. Why why are we the only ones that give the big money to the Ukraine. President was then pressed by other reporters in the room about Biden about Biden Biden and his son are stone cold crooked and you know is son walks works out with millions of dollars. The Kid knows nothing at that point. The president was blowing is talk blasting Reuters reporter Jeff Basin for his question you talking to me. He was just a follow up of what I just asked. You Sir you ready. We have the president of Finland. Ask Him a question. I have for my just wanted to follow up on the one that I asked you did. Did you hear what it is. You want you hear me. Ask Him a question I will but it might have been you a long answer. Ask this gentleman question. Don't be rude. Those are I don't WanNa be route. I just wanted you to have a chance to answer the question that I asked you everything. It's a whole hoax and you know who's playing into the hoax. People like you and the fake news media that we have in this country and I say in many cases the corrupt media because you corrupt much of the media in this country is not just fake. It's corrupt. President revealed his this call with Ukrainian. President is a part of his ongoing effort to prove that he was wrong. During the twenty sixteen campaign an effort that may include bringing lawsuits against federal investigators tres on Special Counsel Robert Muller's team and just you know we've been investigating on a personal basis through and others lawyers corruption corruption in the twenty sixteen election. We've been investigating corruption because I probably will. I was going to definitely eh but I probably will be bringing a lot of litigation against a lot of people having to do with the corrupt investigation having to do with the two thousand sixteen election. Mr Trump's tantrum from was also playing out earlier in the day his social media bunker as he tweeted the do nothing democrats should be focused on building up our country not wasting everyone's time and energy on Bullshit House Speaker Nancy Pelosi insisted Democrats are pushing four with their probe is unworthy of the Constitution United States to do what he did in that call and and he admitted to me said it's perfect. It's perfect. It's wrong. President suggested the White House will cooperate with the subpoenas issued by House Democrats information in the you're crane investigation but the president hasn't fully cooperated in the past consider the Russia investigation recall he never sat down for an interview with the Special Counsel Robert Muller and he's never given up his his tax returns and we should note Wolf. The whistle blowers attorney says no one from the House Intelligence Committee helped and writing the whistleblower complaint. You know well if the president said earlier today he he is careful in choosing his words. It didn't sound that way. Today certainly did not Jim Acosta at the White House thank you. Let's get the latest now on the so-called urgent briefing briefing up on Capitol Hill and what the State Department's Inspector General reveal our congressional correspondent Sunlen serfaty is on the scene for US Sunlen. What are you learning. We'll lawmaker lawmaker leaving that meeting tonight saying that he's leaving with more questions than he has answers an aide leaving that meeting said it was a very strange meeting were essentially the idea of the State Department briefing congressional aides in one lawmaker basically handed over a forty page pile of papers which aides say it didn't come with much explanation but the papers according to a copy of the documents obtained by CNN included many unproven planes about Joe Biden Hunter Biden and the former ambassador to Ukraine who was recalled earlier this year by President Trump and the one congressman in that meeting Jamie Raskin he described these papers as conspiracy theories and propaganda Raskin says in that meeting the it did not say and he did not know where these papers came from but according into Raskin he said they are very similar to things that we have heard from the president's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani if you read the packet of Information Asian it's a series of somewhat hallucinatory propagandistic suggestions that is very that are very consistent with the things is that Rudolph Giuliani has been saying about but let's put it this way if I had to guess who was behind it. If it really did not come directly from the White House I would guess that it was Giuliani but I have no way no Giuliani's name all over it. They're a series of memos in there where Giuliani was present present and so somebody should ask Juliani whether he knows anything about this may maybe he doesn't and it's just one of his wonders exactly and the State Department I told Congress that the State Department's Office of Legal Counsel provided these documents to the I g back inmates inmates certainly still a puzzling Mona as maker described it but adds to the complexity of this moment on Capitol Hill at the same time son another House House committees are moving forward. They're issuing subpoenas for the White House. Give us the latest on that threat of big threat coming from powerful. House committees up here on Capitol Hill. Several of these is key committees are basically warning the White House that they will start issuing subpoena on Friday these are for documents related to President Trump's phone call with you also also for the holding up of the Ukrainian aid now one of those committees the House Oversight Committee. The chairman said that the White House is flagrant disregard of multiple voluntary. Hey requests for documents. Essentially he says left the leaves them with no choice but to go ahead and issue these subpoenas by Friday if they don't get the documents they want and certainly plays into what we've heard from the House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff basically warning administration for what they see stonewalling and documents saying look this only strengthens our hands potentially. If we decide to draw up articles of impeachment the fact that this could be considered obstruction of congress is duties Sunlen Sunlen Serfaty up on Capitol Hill. Thank you very much joining us now the chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee Congressman Eliot Engel Congressman. Thanks so much for joining us. My pleasure are so Let's talk a little bit about these subpoenas. The President says he always cooperates. What do you make of that well. He doesn't cooperate you know we sent notices is to five people. This is the foreign affairs committee because we have the State Department under our jurisdiction and we asked them to come in and got back back a scathing letter from Mr Pompeo basically saying that we should stop immediately and that he was very uncooperative. there's no way this administration wants to cooperate with cons if they don't cooperate. What are you the well we have things. We haven't decided yet but we'll we're going to get at them. In two of them are coming in already the other three were hoping but we we're making progress and then no is not an answer you know this administration from day. One show me that doesn't believe in checks and balances remember when you were a kid you learned the checks and balances they think that the executive the president should make decisions in Congress should do nothing or be compliant and keep its mouth shut. That's not the way it works. We are a CO equal branch of government. We're entitled to to ask for things and and and get documents and we're not entitled to be stonewalled and I just hate what I'm saying because it it hearkens back forty forty five years the Nixon here in some ways is even worse. I the the language you hear coming from the president-elect Mallika. Let's talk about that because the President says you're calling the House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff says should be forced to resigned and investigated for treason uses the word treason east falsely accused shift of helping to write the whistle blowers complaint. He Calls Democrats including the chairman of the Judiciary Jerry Nadler Alexandria Causey Cortez and the other women were part of her so-called squad. He says they are do nothing. Savages yes and then he says this he says what is taking place is not an impeachment. It is a coup a coup. What are the possible consequences of language. I like that by the president of the United States. It's terrible and it's not a coup. It's it's it's the only person who acts like it's a co- is the president of the United States. I mean there's there's there's language there. There are children all over the country listening to the president of the United States speaking and saying things that I never taught my children to say it's just just absolutely an unbelievable. Adam Schiff is a is a hard worker. He's very bright. He's diligent. He does a great job and Adam Schiff and others working very hard. I know my committee. The Foreign Affairs Committee we're working with Adams Committee and the working with Elijah Cummings Committee and the three three of us are working very closely together the only one calling names as the president of the United States and you know you can disagree with us on the Foreign Affairs Committee I I try to run a my committee. The most bipartisan ways doesn't mean we don't have any differences but we respect one another. The president is showing that he respects. Nobody and that's really really a shame the Washington Post just now reporting that president trump used the vice president Mike Pence as part of an effort to get the Ukrainians to investigate eight the Biden's as close to Penn State. You didn't know about the president's motives as far as the Biden's were concerned. What do you want to know specifically about the vice president's roll well. I'd want to know the vice. President was in the House for many years. You served on our Foreign Affairs Committee so I I know him from from then Dan look. This is just another attempt. It seems that it trying to to push things into the direction of the president wants. That's the push them and the the truth falls by the wayside I don't know what I WANNA know about the vice president all I know is this. It's really a betrayal for the President President to use American assets to try to then. Ask someone to go after a political opponent person clearly did that that anyone who reads that transcript president is clearly saying you know we've we've been good to you so now we expect you to be a good to us in and by by the way that that Biden you're to investigate him. That's not something the president of the United States or or anybody should do to us American taxpayers or the the abilities that that he has by being president for his own personal political agenda that has never been done to my knowledge and it's very very troubling your committee staff was just briefed by the State Department's Inspector General on a packet of clearly a disinformation involving Ukraine that apparently made its way to the the secretary of State Mike Pompeo. I can you elaborate on what the Inspector General of the State Department presented to you today. Well Phys Ed to to my staff again. I wasn't in the room but apparently it was all these debunk things involving the Biden's involving ambassador you know when our ambassador to Ukraine was summarily fired back in May I said publicly then that's something didn't smell right and I'm sorry to find out that many weeks later later then I was right. this is is something that I think needs to be looked at. These theories are debunked and they're trying to peddle them all over the place but I'm told that there's really no basis no merit to them whatsoever. the ambassador was a very distinguished of foreign service service professional for many many years and the attempt to drag my name through the mud is disgrace and she has agreed. BEREA Vich the former ambassador to your to appear before your committee. Is that true yes. That's true scheduled for what this one day next week. Yes behind closed doors well behind closed doors behind closed doors so we'll see what she says. we see the special envoy. Kurt Volker he has to say he's going to appearing earlier right yes. I would hope everybody would appear because that's we didn't make up his. Let's cavalierly and I'm very grateful to people who are hearing who have nothing to hide. Do you understand when this inspector general showed up. Today delivered this packet why he decided this was an urgent matter that had to be presented right now. He's had it for awhile apparently for several weeks if not months all all of a sudden he he shows up and delivers it to your committee while the only thing I could think of is that he didn't only deliver it to our committee. He delivered it to to a lot of people. The only thing I can think of is yes He wanted to get away from his hands because he knows it's a bunch of garbage and I think that he probably thinks it's important for people to make their own judgments inbounded secretary pompeo confirmed today that he was listening in on the phone call that the president had a at the end of May with the new president of Ukraine even even though earlier a few days earlier he was suggesting he didn't know much about it if anything but he was listening to the whole call is he is it appropriate for him to be involved in in making these kinds of decisions right now who testifies what documents are made available or does he need to recuse himself. I think he needs to recuse himself. Because first of all he listened in on the conversation. He told nobody about her. He went on numerous to shows didn't say a word and finally decided to to confess. That's not as kind and a straight shooter that we need. I think he's now part of the investigation. I don't think he can be part of the solution. What do you think you're going to hear from these two ambassadors. There's one appearing tomorrow. Who's WHO's retired. You'll resigned from the State Department and one is still a State Department career foreign service officer a career diplomat. I have no idea idea all all we want to hear from them the truth as they see it. We don't tell them what to say. Were were hint at what they should say. That's what we want. That's what so disturbing about this administration ration- they're afraid to let people come in and just speak the truth. They're afraid to come to us and just speak the truth. Egypt fray to to do what is necessary in this great democracy McKie of ours instead the president levels personal insults it members of Congress and other people that's not the America we all know and love and I think it's a disgrace Eliot. Engel is the chairman of the House Committee chairman. Thanks so much for coming in thank you both the breaking news continues next with more president trump's furious attacks on the man driving. Maybe the impeachment inquiry congressman shift including the president's unfounded accusations shift wrote the whistle blower ripple. Hey guys this is kinda rogers. I live in active lifestyle with tons of travel during football season constantly on the go. I can't sacrifice style for comfort comfort and thanks AMAC well. I don't have to anymore. I'm sure you guys can't stand shopping but it's easy and takes no time to place an order on their website. The underwear shirts in sweats are all perfect for workouts or when you're on the move. 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The root of the president's accusation is that the whistleblower actually contacted a House intelligence committee staffer for guidance begins before filing the formal whistle blower complaint in your view was this process appropriate yes and the arguments being made are a function of of our living in a time when there are people who have a political interest in a self interest and sometimes making the trivial sensational sensational trivial and this is one of those occasions. I read the Times article very carefully and it's odd now folks look president trump went to rely on your time to otherwise that they otherwise denigrate as being fake news and being failing the article states very clearly among other things that the whistle blower wanted to get the information out want to cross every T. dot every I I went to the general counsel of the Agency for for which he works which agency by the way then gave an early heads up to the White House whose occupant Donald Trump trump happens to be the subject of the allegations to the extent there was an early heads up most inappropriate seems it was given to the person who's being criticized in the allegations then then when when there was a concern that those allegations wouldn't get a full airing again crossing every t dotting every I this whistleblower apparently went to a staffer at the intelligence committee like happens dozens thousands of times a year if you know anything about the Intelligence Committee and what did the Intelligence Committee folks do they did not assist in fighting the complaint if you read the article and they suggest that he follow the procedure and go to the Inspector General of the intelligence community they didn't do what I would imagine Donald Trump might have done had he come into possession of derogatory information about a political rival and that is handed to Rudy Giuliani and having Fox News and wave at around this person seems to have done everything appropriately in the fact that there was some vague heads up during the time time after the White House learned about it and after there was a concern that it wasn't going to nothing was going to happen about an after which he went to the I G. There's nothing to see here earlier today. The President President repeated his accusation that the chairman of the Intelligence Committee Adam Schiff should be investigated for treason used the word treason. How concerning is that hugely hugely concerning. You know I want to win on a television show late night. Talk Show where the host tried tried to get me to use the word treason and trader with respect to the president of the United States and I refuse to do so because I think these words have meaning and even though there's a lot of evidence during a period of time where the president seems to have had loyalties and been more trust in a foreign leader like Vladimir Putin versus his own intelligence community that's that's a crazy word to use an. I'm a pretty vocal critic of things that the president has done and the way he's operated his office and I don't use that word and a lot of people don't use that works. I I think it's inappropriate to use if you understand what it means and for the most powerful person on earth who has the largest megaphone on earth to bandied about to talk about political local opponents is is not just beneath the dignity of the office beneath the dignity of of any American person and I don't I don't know how to respond to those kinds of things anymore but he gets to say it gets repeated heeded because it comes out of the mouths of the mouth of the United States and I think it's horrific well defined treason for us legally speaking and what's the punishment for treason. I'll take the second question I the punishment for treason up to it including the death penalty. It's one of the most serious crimes you can commit. It's actually one of the crimes that very specifically involves being in a state of war or conflict with a foreign power and giving aid and comfort to that enemy the fact that that that Adam Schiff off with proper caveats probably misjudgment exaggerated a little bit for effect for your party effect. Some of the word of the United States doesn't make any element even casually speaking forget about the legal specified terminology that he's using there. It doesn't come anywhere close to that so I think the president should knock it it off. I don't think he's about to pre Berrara as usual. Thanks so much for joining us. Thanks thanks well. Let's bring in our analysts Gloria. The president clearly was so angry are- today at that news conference especially when Jeff Mason the White House correspondent for Reuters and we all know very solid good journalists tried to get a straight answer from the president and he had this exchange watch this the question was what did you want presidents Alinsky to do about Vice President Biden and his son Hunter you talking to me yeah. It was just a follow up of what I just asked you. Sir You ready. We have the president of Finland. Ask Him a question. I have one form. I just wanted to a follow up on the one that I asked you. which did you hear what if you want you hear me? Ask Him a question I will but it might have been you a long answer. Ask this gentleman question. Don't be rude no sir. I don't WanNa be rude. I just wanted you to have a chance to answer the question that I asked you everything. It's a whole it's pretty incredible that the president would respond to serious questions a serious question from Jeff Basin. WHO's an excellent journalists in a manner like that well. If you've seen the president today at this availability in one he had earlier in the day he is completely in a tailspin over this not to mention his profane tweets and his profanity even at his at his availability today this is affecting the president and I think what we saw in that in that clip is the president that a lot of people who work in the White White House are seeing every day as he gets anchor and angrier. I've been in touch with a source who talks to a lot of people inside the White House and this the source said to me. It's chaotic in their people are just trying to keep out of his way. There is nobody inside the White House who can say to the president stop at this. Now I know you will say that's always been the case but it seems to me that there is no doorkeeper now for him at all and that people just want to stay out of his way. This person predicted there'll be more people leaving and maybe more whistleblowers if this whistle blower is protected and you see this president now feeling under such strain that he is lashing out publicly in the way he does probably go ahead you can can. I just add one point about about Jeff. Mason's question that was so important is that he asked him. Why did you talk to but why did did you talk to the president of Ukraine about Biden and the president of the United States Donald Trump never answered that question. He never dealt with the fact that that's that's what's so inappropriate and that's his problem. Is that there is no good explanation. There is no innocent explanation about why you're going to a president of a foreign in country asking for dirt on a political opponent what made masons questions so good and why it was so good that he pursued it is because it's the heart of this whole scandal and trump wouldn't engaged and he's he's good at calling. Biden crooked stone cold crooked or whatever called him but he can't explain why because as you point out jeff there is no real reason why it's pretty disgusting when you think about this you know John the president using words words to describe democratically elected members of Congress including committee chairman as savages savages referred to shift and Nadler savages plus Alexandria Qazi Cortez and the women who are part of her cou. He says he's a low life. He's a sick man and then the president tweeted last night. What is taking place? This is not an impeachment it is a coup yeah and he's saying all this kind of stuff in front of a visiting president from Finland yeah once again and just totally abdicating any sense of US leadership on the world stage when he talks about this. I mean it's obviously completely inappropriate and completely wrong. This is not a coup. This isn't a it's. It's not even an impeachment right now. It's just an inquiry into legitimate concerns about his behavior on the world stage. I think it's it's totally unbecoming. The office Carleen your excellent reporting for us on on the State Department of the Inspector General made an appearance met with staffer as before the House Foreign Affairs Committee. What are you learning about that yeah so it was kind of a confusing in meeting in the sense that what the Inspector General presented to these folks on the hill today was dozens of unsubstantiated reports about Biden I and about the former. US Ambassador to Ukraine that we have seen before right we've seen these theories passed around but the point is that those had been passed to Secretary Secretary Pompeo. We don't know exactly if Secretary Pompeii Oh then distributed those throughout the State Department but we do know is that they were passed from the legal office at the State Department and to the Office of the Inspector General at the State Department back in May and is taken from them and then until now for the g to then bring them to the hill obviously Veasley. They thought that they were important here to this discussion but what's important however is there also some emails in there from State Department officials career State Department officials talking about at this ambassador former. US Ambassador to Ukraine ambassador Uganda Vich and the the narratives that were out there were basic fake narratives that she wasn't isn't this big. Democrat that too is being cast as that she was actually a really solid and you know a reliable representation of the US government so we we see some pushback on behalf of State Department officials. It's unclear exactly who was giving those emails to the Weiji. Was it the actual State Department or was it pass along from these other sources. We still have a lot of unquiet answered questions here that we're diving on the former ambassador. Berea Ivana Career Forest Service officer career diplomat diplomat and she was pushed out early. It's causing a lot of concern over at the State Department among the career professionals right now because barral where they you see what's going on to someone like her to occurred volker the special on void very angry well. There's certainly been a significant blow to morale within the State Department men and there's been separately concerns raised over whether or not there would be an effort to retaliate against officials at the State Department or the to speak out or were they to to cooperate with members of Congress also developing of course as secretary of State Mike pompeo blasted efforts by congressional Democrats to haul certain officials from the State Department to Capitol Hill for questioning but these career officials would really be the ones who would have insight into how the administration may have been leveraging abridging. US military aid when it comes to their negotiations with Ukraine and they might not know a lot about the president's motivations in trying to withhold aid to Ukraine but they could perhaps shed light on some of the other steps that the administration may have been taking behind the scenes to put pressure on the Ukrainian government bureau Jonah you saw the Washington Post move the story just a little while ago that the president and I read the headline involved pence the vice president in efforts to pressure Ukraine's leader though aides say vice president the vice president was unaware of the pursuit of dirt on the Bides Sa- This is a pretty serious development on this front as well it is and and I guess we have to learn a lot more to see just how how truthful is pence did no. I don't think we should lose sight of the central element here which is whether there was a quid pro quo or not whether it was held up and when it was held up is not the important thing is that the president of the United States asked a foreign leader to help him dig up dirt on a political opponent in an upcoming. Oh coming election here in the United States and that's really the red line. Can I just ask you a question about how come he never knows anything about anything. I mean he is the vice president of the United States. His person was apparently call that Washington Post piece on the call so you know pence didn't know that Flynn was lying Michael Flynn and was I didn't know about the pence's trip got to the Ukraine to the inauguration of the president of Ukraine got cancelled you might have half UAE and then if he has the president y you think maybe the president talk about corruption. You think maybe he mentioned Joe Biden. I mean he says it to everybody. Everybody everybody else in the world so I think this is another interesting was clearly except as Alinsky they sent the Energy Secretary Rick Perry. Is that everybody standby. There's a a lot more. We're going to discuss a lot more and all the breaking news right after this remember to create an ad this one visit pure winning dot com slash. CNN N N President Trump has exploded with anger over the impeachment investigation and a whistleblower complaint. Most of his fellow Republicans remained conspicuously curiously silent about the Ukraine scandal our chief political down a bashes joining US identity GOP lawmakers. They are in a sort of duck and cover mode yeah and well. If you remember during the Russia investigation the president successfully set the narrative by calling it a hoax in a witch-hunt he's trying to do the same thing now but some Republicans lukens on Capitol Hill tell us that this is different that they are very worried that the president and even some top White House aides. Don't get that what you mostly hear from Congressional Republicans on impeachment is the sound of silence. GOP sources tell C. N. N. They have a good reason for for that fear. They have no idea what else house Democrats investigating will uncover along with the GOP fear frustration with the president performances is like today's in the Oval Office. The whistle blower were so dishonest and later in the East Room. This is a fraudulent crime on the American people. He's rambling links shoot from the HIP comments. His stream of consciousness tweets not exactly an anti impeachment roadmap for his fellow Republicans in fact a source involved in Senate Senate. GOP discussions tells CNN he is taking it upon himself to tweet about every shiny object. That is not helpful right now to be sure you're nuts of trump. GOP allies eagerly came out to defend the initial bombshell transcripts summary of the president asking Ukraine's leader to do him a favor and investigate investigate his political opponent Joe Biden it was a nothing burger for me the phone call with the president and the Ukrainian president but gop spin on behalf of trump is not aging well especially confronted with facts about the call president trump replies. I would like you to do us a favor though hello just added another word no lefavor though yesterday it's transcript the whistle blower. Were you had a bureaucrat who didn't like the president. Were we know locking about. We know he didn't like the president we don't baseless attacks like that on the whistleblower whistle blower reports things that were incorrect plus repeated brazen threats from the president did compel. Iowa Republican Chuck Grassley Sleep a longtime champion of whistle blowers to release a statement warning. No one should be making judgments or pronouncements without hearing from the whistle blower I and carefully the following up on the facts also noteworthy Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell who rarely grants interviews this week he did declaring if the House impeaches which is the president the Senate will have no choice but to start a trial under the Senate rules were required to take it up if the house does go down that path and we'll follow oh the sun roof Senate. GOP sources say they're bracing for more shoes to drop a politically dicey waiting game for more than a handful of Senate Republicans on the ballot Alad and potentially vulnerable in Twenty Twenty Cory Gardner in Colorado to Martha mcsally in Arizona to Joni Ernst in Iowa Susan Collins in Maine gene to Thom Tillis in North Carolina. It's not just their own political future state but control of the Senate which Republicans could lose with three or four seats. Something McConnell is well aware of what I WANNA do is spend our time accomplishing things for the American people now several congressional aggressions Republicans. We talked to complain. They're getting very little guidance from the White House. Despite an initial flirtation with the idea of setting up an impeachment war room in the mode of Bill Clinton went in the White House there had one during his impeachment. The trump team is not going there now instead wolf. The president is raw relying on something that Clinton who who was in a second term then did not have and that is an active reelection campaign but for all the emails tweets videos and ads the trump campaign is producing and it's a lot. GOP sources on Capitol Hill say it's not the same they argue impeachment is official dire business which should be led by a white in house team. Not a campaign will report Dan. Thank you very much for that. and Jeffrey let me get your reaction to the relative silence. We're hearing from so many. Republicans lukens because they're worried that facts are gonna come out facts matter you know with on there has been no follow-up yet on the accusations and the whistle blower the whistleblowers. GonNa Talk to the Intelligence Committee relatively soon and he will then give leads that will allow people the the intelligence committee need to follow up and interview people. That's where the real investigations going to start. It hasn't even really started yet. London nervous Republicans right this has really different feel from the Home Muller Investigation sedation. It's a lot more digestible for the American public. It's very clear cut. John was just laying out the issue before and I think Republicans are waiting because does and some have come out and call the very troubling as Mitt Romney has said Ben Sasse said don't circle the wagons just yet so we know that Republicans are hanging back because they don't want to get stuck. If there is something that they feel is very agreed gis they're going to be given an opportunity to speak about it and that's what Mitch McConnell College talking about and as Dana points out in her piece I think Mitch McConnell is the man to watch and you heard and Dennis p some of the president's closest allies on Capitol Hill House Minority Leader Leader Kevin McCarthy Congressman Jim Jordan echoing the president's attacks on the whistle blower and the process by which the whistle collected the information allegations at hand but for most Republicans the challenges nothing changes the fact that the evidence is in what the president has himself acknowledged and the summary of the call really reveals the substance of the issue which is at the president as a foreign leader to investigate his political opponent and the president is not denying that very fact so that is is why a lot of Republicans are struggling with this inquiry because they know that this is different. It's very much out in the open and they don't know what else maybe uncovered. As this investigation investigation Kennedy now let me add one more thing to an held up aid while asking somebody to investigate his political opponent and that is something also this timeline is going to be very important in Congress to be doing it day by day to see when the aid was held up. Why what does that have to do with the phone calls. What was rooting Giuliani doing doing. They're going to try and piece it all together. I Know Kylie. There's going to be a whole bunch more very angry officials in the executive branch of the US government whistle blowers who you're seeing what's going on and they're going to be encouraged to speak up yeah. They are in Secretary Pompeo. It took him almost a week to admit that he was on this call. After the transcript script was put out by the White House so he really did not take the opportunity there and when you mentioned Mitch McConnell I mean we know that behind closed doors. He's been advocating for for secretary pompeo to get out of this position and run for Senate. So how is POMPEII. Oh balancing those two factors here the fact that he is on President Trump's team right now and he has his second is his secretary of State and maybe has political ambitions that are separate from this White House right now and just let me I want want to go back and hit one more. The whistle blower talked to many people in the National Security Council. We have to allow for the possibility that it's it goes beyond just Ukraine the processes and and the policies in place that led to where we got to Ukraine and the way he conducts his himself on foreign policy could very well lead to other incidents with other countries that we don't even know you stick around. There's a lot more news. We're following including stunning. Reaction Right is a former police officer ten year sentence for murdering her neighbor in in his own approach. MLB postseason one pitch struck one swing of the bat the ties of October PBS is the home of the two thousand Nineteen National League postseason this October Breaking News in Texas The Dallas. A jury sentenced the white former policewoman to ten years in prison for the murder of her black neighbor. She could have received life in prison. Let's go to C. N. N.'s adolescent Dera at the sentenced. I sure to be rather controversial. Whether there were a number of people outside the courtroom protestors who were unhappy with the ten year you're a sentence for Amber Geiger. She will be could be eligible for parole in five years but at the end of the trial after everything was over both John's family was allowed to speak it to Amber Geiger and what unfolded there was one of the most breathtaking moments you'll ever see in a courtroom both Amazon's eighteen year old brother turned to Amber Geiger said he forgives her that he does not want her to go to jail does not want to see her rot in jail and then what he did next left everyone in the courtroom speechless. I don't know if possibly but she's GonNa yes both John's brother Brandt eighteen years old showing unbelievable strength encourage and composure there in that moment they hugged wolf in that courtroom for nearly forty seconds afterwards as family members had gathered their composure came out allison John both John's mother had this to say to amber that ten years in prison listen ten years for her reflection and for her to change her life but there is much more to be done by the the city of Dallas the corruption that we saw this process must stop yeah and it must stop for you because after now I leave Dallas but you live in Dallas and it must stop for everyone so we'll both John's family left the courtroom left the courthouse without answering answering any questions but really it was the moment there between both John's brother and Amber Geiger that has left an indelible mark here on the end of this in the end of this trial. It has been a highly unusual trial. This is not the time of type of officer police involved shooting that has really normally garnered a headlines across the country very different set of facts than what we've normally seen so a highly emotional ending to this trial will eleven dare on the scene for Chris. Thank you very much other news. We're following Russian. President Vladimir Putin Poke Fun at President Trump's troubles actually joked about Russia's election meddling. Let's it's good to see an senior national correspondent. He's joining us from Moscow right now. What's the latest Fred I will president. Putin seem ed some points be talking with White House talking points or president trump's own talking points when he ripped into the impeachment inquiry and indeed made fun of the US and possibly I believe meddling in future elections relearning village legitimate of each Putin tonight Russian President Vladimir Putin trolling the United States joking about meddling in the presidential election and saying he'll do it again basically the I'll tell you a secret yes of course we'll do it to finally make you happier. Just don't tell anyone Putin also backing the demands of summoned Washington to see further transcripts of President Donald Trump's interactions with other world leaders including the Putin summit in Helsinki last year by the more empathetic when there were attempts to launch a scandal regarding meeting with trump in Helsinki directly told the administration to just publish Shit. If somebody wants to know something just publish it we don't mind but Vladimir Putin also clean president trump's talking points on the now infamous Cammisa Ukrainian phone call they began this impeachment proceeding and always bring Nixon Nixon's team was wiretapping arrivers but this is a completely different situation. Trump was wiretapped some anonymous special service staffer leap this information and based on what we know from the call. There was nothing wrong. Trump asked his colleague to investigate possible corruption schemes of previous administrations. It's a remarkable statements there from the Russian president seemingly showing president trump that even as things heat up around president trump in Washington Russian. The president seems to still be in his corner. Wolf replied good in Moscow. Thanks for that also tonight. Authorities just confirmed that seven people were killed in the crash of vintage warplane. 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Bachelorette Season 15 Episode 3: Photo Shoots and Labor Pains

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And while some to the bachelorette were up I'm Amy always with a lovely Haley strong Healy how're you doing tonight. I'm doing well I didn't have any prerecording injuries this week. So that's good. It's actually funny. One of my co workers came into work, and I was like Healy, how's your town? I was like what, how did you hear about this? Oh, I heard on your podcast. Oh my God. I'm so bears. So hi, Emma. Hope you're doing. Okay. You're not talking about stealing Cremers at work or anything. No, I don't drink much coffee. So there's been concern never know who's listening. Yes, you didn't have to get. Fluids pumped in you at the this we can go. But yeah, this is an eventful episode Nana typical episode after say you curious things happen to hack about the missing contestant to start off. Sure. So Tyler Tyler Tyler g itchy played a pretty big part last week's episode mainly because. He got the first one data this season which we were kind of surprised by felt like we didn't see much of him. In the first episode nor was the day that they went on particularly exciting. We didn't we see any chemistry relieved. It was kind of edited weird and we found out this week that he made the choice to leave. He he loved the bachelor. And so I put out the call. I said home on my Twitter. A why did he leave? Oh. Because it came out that he was a misogynist and allegedly spit on his girlfriend in public, and you just generally sucks. So production asked him to once they found that out, so. Good job. Like I guess we're improving. Right. Yeah, just kinda makes for weird up Assode when the guy to get the first one on one date, you don't see. Olym- Aho, or you don't remember and then just is barely a mention here. So yes improvement, but there's still room for improvement. I was listening the other day, two AB bekker's podcasts, does a podcast with a friend of hers and. It was weird because she's talking about, like Tyler g he reached out to me and attacked him on the phone, and he said that. He's only had one girlfriend. So the story about him spitting on salon from younger like the like the wasn't gonna relationship at that time. And it was a friend of friend, shouldn't spit on women. In general, anyone you said it was a true. Vice spitting on people. Not a good idea. It's really disrespectful. Like it's almost better to throw a punch spit on someone. Vice throwing a punch either built wrong. Yeah. So it's a weird rumored have tied to it's very specific. But it was like a. I'm a friend of someone who is a friend of his and heard this kind of a post on Reddit is where it started. So new shoes defending him saying, like I talked to him. It sounds like something that really spiraled out of control as a rumor and he just chose to leave on his own because he wasn't feeling chemistry with Hannah. Which seems odd it seems like why wouldn't they just show him saying that or saying goodbye or something then on her Instagram stories who's like, oh, so about the podcast we took out that section because I've since heard from credible source that. It wasn't for the spitting. Rumor for other allegations that were not good and say, but, you know less learn like I word that I hear from the person in question. What is interesting? But I don't think there's any specific like no one's come forward anything which is their right to not have to have their name out there in the story. But yeah, I'm guessing there is something credible going on for them to do that. Agree. Men if you're being trash, I would just suggest not being trash, not as difficult as you might expect expect that if you are the first shows like this cast, it will come out. So. Asking for that much. Yeah. Don't be trashed to people. Right. No, I'm not saying all men are trash. I'm not saying that have I said that before many times to my mail boyfriend. Sure. Of course, I have who hasn't symposium, but I'm not saying that all men are trash. There are some obviously, great decent men, etc. Cetera. I'm just saying. Some leisurely spit on and their friends. So, yeah, we don't want the MARTINI. So speaking of not wanting someone on your TV, and there's no star that came out about no Haya weatherman. And they actually covered it on news. Af arouse podcast with in Danny, but this was an Ohio Monday night. There was a really interest for NATO warning going on which means like there is in existence. It's not just like oh, could be conditioned for tornado and just kind of went off on the viewers, because he's saying, I'm seeing on social media, just go back to the show, and he's like, no we're not going to shows dangerous situation. Okay. Sick and tired of people complaining about it. Our job is to keep people safe. This Logan, do some of the claim that this is although my ego stop. Okay to stop right now. It's not I'm done with you people. I really am. This is. Thanks. He's got a point. Absolutely has a point. And if I had to land on a side, I would say it's his. You know, this is this is a thing lately, where it's like people are inconvenienced by. Tornadoes, or for example, it's been happening a lot here in Ontario lately. There's I think you guys have something similar where your phone can get these alerts automatic alerts. So we get them if there's an amber alert, Santo, and there's been to in the last six months, or so that came very early in the morning. Four thirty and we have a couple cell phones in the house. I am my phone. Ethan has his phone, and then even has a work phone, even has to have his work phone sound on all the time. And so his is the only one that goes off because the sound is on, and then people literally have been calling nine one, one because they got woken up the ember alert and it's kind of like dies in same in this situation chill, the fuck out. Really? Right. Things could be personnel much the bachelor or the bachelorette, you could have your house ripta shed shreds by a tornado or your child could go visiting so. Let's just be cool. You're going to be able to find the bachelor or bachelorette on the internet tomorrow, legally or Ye legally, whatever you choose. I'm not telling you, you should find a legal streams onto saying they probably exist. Yeah. It's fine. We're all fine. We're all doing okay here, right? Yeah. So a bunch of news outlets wind statement from him and then he tweeted to all the national media L. Let's talk to me. We had an e f dash three slash four turning last night. More severe possibly the next few days. Let me do my job. So he's no fan of the bachelorette or. Fair and reasonable. Right. So that's it for news in a jumper in to push a love to the rim. It that's what the Descartes said the first thing. And it was literally pushing. So you called it you saw from the preview that it was one of those machines that simulate labor pain. So men can feel the pain. But we get to the group date, and it's Jason Biggs and Jenny Marlin so excited were you see over them there? I was really excited I am. I think I said, in the past that, I really liked, Jenny Mollen. I like her books. It's funny. I you know, we talk about Courtney Robertson's book all the time on the podcast. And I read that book and Jennie Mullins first book on the same trip when I was in Philadelphia and Washington DC. So for some reason, I always just have those books together in my mind like they kind of run in the same circle, even though they really don't. Wall and has been Baxter fan or longtime. So it was a lot of fun to see them on this. And I, I, I think this is like the perfect place for them. Yeah, this was fun. We seem like death stars like this for while Rachel season. There was kunas and Ashton Kutcher. But I thought this was more fun because they rather than a relay race there's some fun, torture going on with the guys. So it's like all the guys like so bad. That it's not that bad to see them go through an experience like this. You know exactly. So let's see other than they kinda landed on that machine as the last thing they did. They did hitching those with clothes pins before that they did a quiz quiz. Vo like organs are affected pregnancy. What you would you have gotten the one about what Oregon do women grow during or what's a new organ, women get when they probably would've like. I don't know if I knew placenta wasn't Oregon, so guys doubt. I might have read it as, like which organ grows tennis thing like fans so trying to avoid pregnancy at all costs. So I try not to learn too much about it, because it's horrifying to me. And every way just period. Cam said it was two weeks. That's pretty embarrassing. What he meant. I don't know. Technically super correct. Right. It's forty weeks, which is almost closer to ten months. Oh, yeah. Forty weeks. Yeah. That was fun. So we can all learn something here. Him. Definitely has things to learn. We'll see. And you won't be learning. Much more here on the spoiler alert. Yeah. Which guys stood out to you in this first portion of the day. Gosh, what's his name is Mike. I liked him. I think I liked him. Let me let me just do a coup. Welding Mike, there's a Twitter moment about how people want him to step bachelor early like was Mike was good on this episode for sure. John Paul Jones had like the strongest reactions. And they keep showing Tyler was very annoying. He was like this isn't going to hurt. I'm just going to pose. And then he was obviously trying not to hurt, right? Mayor, like making fun of the army hind his head like oh, you can't help that pose so many tried so hard, but he looked awful doing it is this machine something that you would subject Ethan to. No, no, I don't think so. The, the city of it really. I don't know how accurate the anyway but. I also thought it was weird how they were like actually simulating labor like Hanno is right up there with them like some of them really, really pushing and doing the limousine. So I guess wurley versus fine. But yeah, interesting date and see where do they go after this. Like a economic tail thing top place. Yeah. Somewhere that they can throw chicken nuggets off about Guinea. I mean, why are we wasting chicken nuggets chicken nuggets this season? Oh, you know what I heard? I don't know where heard this firm or worry read it. I could be making this up completely. Somebody told me maybe Alex will on. She tells me everything. Hannah really loves chicken nuggets in so they have them on that at all times. Okay. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Much good. Enough reason. Just make sense to me, right? Like if they need her to do. Hey, one more in the moment interview with off to the side, so motivate, her somehow and some. Wasn't feeling all that great. So maybe a little too many chicken. But we'll see that later on my gets the group date rose because he revealed. Sad story about losing a baby with some stating in the second trimester in through miscarriage, which was timing that he was on the state. Yeah. Yes. So we don't often hear people talking about miscarriages on television like this. So it's good to hear it because it is such. Not a frequent problem. But it happens to a lot of people like everyone knows somebody who something like this has happened to and a lot of people feel like they, they need to keep private or keep the grief to themselves or they feel super alone. So I'm really glad that the bachelor aired this conversation, especially coming from Mike. He's very poised and intelligent. And it didn't really feel like a forced sad story. Maybe like I dunno later in the episode. We see, like this really did kind of make sense with what the date was. Right. Do we get him? Trying to tell story at the same time. He tried to interrupt said, hey, like. He was like, like they were literally just like seventy five percent through this conversation. And Cam comes in times and Mike's just like hey, please can I just finish this out. We're all I really need. Tell her something I really need. Tell her something like if you were Hannah in Cam kept saying all week to you, but he really needs to tell you something, would you believe that he was going to tell you, he was a murderer? What you're expecting. I don't know I Sino inside podcasting here. I are any nice. Tex weren't working today like because we live in different countries. We often news message because it doesn't cost anything, but I messages weren't sending for either of us. And so I try to send her Facebook message, but it didn't look like God delivered. So I was panicking. Murder. Because that's where I go. She got murdered. And I can't contact anyone. She knows. Into check as she murdered or not. To search all of the stories. On twitter. Like Cam would be I suspect. Be a murder every season identify. Yeah. I think I said, jed was the murder I retract that statement, it is Cam, absolutely. Yeah. I mean he did say he quit his job, so he has not like that's not a good thing. If you're telling me, you quit your job all I hear is you quit your job. You don't have the job. Thirty. Not great. Yeah. I mean grant came in with his title being unemployed. So it's like you're saying you put your job. It's just on a level playing field now with grant and yeah. That was his emotional story to start with that was one story. Yeah. So that was interesting. Fortunately, she did give the day rose and I like to. She said, you know, she's saying, bold every other word said, Mike show that you can be bold in a different way. So open vulnerable multiple meanings and her is for bold is not working for one particular type of person. Yeah. Like she's no looking for the guys to add out asshole each other. That's what they interpreted that would explain him. He's actions. It was like the Cam Eacho once again. And yeah. Just who can interrupt her the most graph away with that's not landing well anymore. So maybe good for night, one. But yeah, so then we have the one on one Connor gets the date card and kind of switched up on him. I don't know if you've seen something like this before, I can't remember an instance in which we have. So usually the date card. But then he got another day card, saying, hey, Hannah sick go. See her hotel room because Hannah was like in the hospital with an IV the night before. Yeah. Are you glad that they carried on the state? Do you think this is given the day off? I didn't think about whether or not she should date day off. That's hilarious. I do like what they did. Just the hotel room, they can hang out. I think that's really great. Anyway. That's a good way to build your connection. To see if you actually do have some chemistry without there being a helicopter or yacht being in the way of things that can feel like you have chemistry. Just because you're doing something cool, sitting in bed is, you know. It's a good. It's a good way to test it, and I like the move of him leaving a bunch notes for her in the hotel room. I don't really care if production told him to do it or not. I thought it was cute regardless. Yeah. If they want him to stick around. Smart because then Ethan asked me he's like. Do you think he went and got flowers on his own or production told him to like? Oh, honey. You're so sweet. Well, at least get permission to go and get them. So there's a camera following them. I think it was someone's idea. Basically, what I've heard is like when you see all those many dates and things like that. Certain people are given permission to do that. You know, like answer both to like it might be a great idea that multiple have have. You have to have a producer letting on. Things are giving you those things. So. Yeah. None of the preview before it happened made it seem like she goes to Yar like on their date or something. Yeah. It's just like a quick shot of her in the hospital. What makes Austin see Mike? Wasn't contagious. Let me see if I can pull it up real quick. Somebody had an idea in the Facebook thread of what, what it might have been. I just wanna give credit to the person and I'm definitely not stalling to see my sent folder. Up. Vocal. Oh, katie. She Li said, so Hannah was on the IV drip for being hung over right? Aw. Yeah. Because they still had to have the private concert force. I mean they already hired the guy how could they just pass? It up have PR person really upset of them Tanaka that lease fan. Right. So. Kind of cute. How they like I'm sure it's planned all along. That be Hyler backup like how. He went back to the Manson. Luke. He is there waiting like she do. Oh well, I would have stayed all night. I don't care. She said, no, I would have just slept there. Not this girl, like I, I wouldn't feel comfortable with, like a stranger sleeping in my bed with me. I'm sorry. I like how he kinda got the no surprise him. And he got back out. Fifteen minutes. It ready. So. I think all in all is probably a good good sign for Connor. And then he was able to get that the rose at that point, because when he departed before he didn't get the rose. I think Luke purely pounced on that as well, like, oh, well. Choice. This is the point where Lupi starts really losing chill pill means like he needs a break, you need a nap. Maybe he should stop taking shots for a couple of days. Yeah. I mean it's his job, he take care of her. So maybe he quit his job to. And this is the new job that he's found. So he can't handle that somebody else there at any point talking to her going on a date with her. So this the classic was always someone. But I don't know that we've seen someone like this to this degree, did he say. He does cross it for living. That's true. So he doesn't have he doesn't have a job. Yeah. To tell that to unity was across fit. Instructor say he was a bodybuilder. He says he does cross fit for a living. So I'm not I'm not athlete. So I don't really know how that works. Yeah. Yeah. Investment for those influence or influence our points after the season. I guess, but, yeah, that was on the next group day, the last date where they have a photo shoot surely one of these every season, one movie promo season. This is a bit of a stretch for Emily season when they did the promo for that redhead, Disney movie. My gosh, she question. All. Were they like sword fighting or something you river in Scotland? Okay. The dream or something along the lines of fighting. Okay. I remember. Does season. They did what was it a movie Johnny Depp that was really not always see higher to the caravan. No, no. You know that I'm out of movies. On, like some western a western a thousand ways to die in the west. No. Phileas. Anyway. Tweet us tweet us with. No, it's not worth it. But yeah. So they're always stretch. But this one they found a way to get Demi back on our screens. Good. So that was good. But. Again. They tried to fool us with a preview making it seem like she found somebody else was slip up. She was doing surveillance once again, and the like secret life of pets pets doing gone. Oh, I don't know what Hannah's guys are gonna do when she's not there. So Demi info brought in to hot women to do the makeup and. I don't know what the other one was doing, but wardrobe or something getting the guys ready. Nobody took the bait where you surprised surprisingly. Yes and no. Yes. Because all of these guys are dominated expect them, one of them to be a bit of horn Bank. But no, they should be smart enough to know that there's probably a camera on the medal time. No matter what. Right. No, my on them. Right. So yeah, yeah. Something they'd find out at least something like a little questionable or something. But whether it's not that they have to be flirting with this new person who was hitting on them. But just, you know, saying something. That she didn't like or something. But I'll pass the test. So is this something you would like to see on everyday some kind of Demi surveillance? No, because I think almost it's getting to be a little bit over us. Now twice in a season. Yeah. In like three weeks. Right. Did you remember Franko from before he's done? Other photo shoots. Remember was season. He do the one with Nick. I think so that all the wedding ones. Yeah. Yeah. That would make sense. So this is where have Luke really freaking out. He can't handle her heater seen on onset or. Hanes pictures with different cute animals. Some not as q snake. But you've gotta listen like trying to make it with her in front of everyone, though. Other guy. Well, he was like stanway back. Why do push up and interrupted? I don't know if this tournament out with her to remember 'cause like one of the things he said to Luke was, like, I don't want you flaunting our relationship in front of our on. Yeah, he probably tried to kiss her after the. Idea for another picture. Yeah. No good. Look. And she really spell it out for him. Like I have other relationships year amazing. I'm so impressed by her in this episode. Yeah. It was awesome. Like choose to like take any of that her. We're. No. It's almost like he couldn't understand what she was saying. Needed him to chill right to, you know. Ikuo about these things like, oh, I like you, but I like these other guys too. And this isn't just a runaway for you. And I need you to be respectful of me and all the other people. And they had this conversation. I think Hannah said it in a really good way that he should be able to understand it, but he didn't. Because later on he, he kind of tried to confront her about it. And she was like, hey, dude, like this isn't cool. Like, don't interrupt me, let me talk and the bachelorette is telling you don't interrupt me. Maybe really bad sign. Yeah. She's like you're already promised to you. And you're basically you're irritating. Cannot be more clear. And then when he comes back to the guys, he's like. I mean I didn't really get to talk to her. She was just talking to me home. I God like it's okay for that to happen every once in a while. I think it went commerce shells. Oh my God. You don't need to hear yourself speak the entire time. Yeah. I was going to spread that he hold the guys like yeah. She said she was irritated with or he said something like you didn't go well. It doesn't seem like the type that would admitted like all right. Right. So who did he try to enter up? Turn to interrupt somebody to repeat of. Not sure. Dylan. Dillon. Hey, let, let me look. Okay. Each ws recap says, but the bachelorette is in the middle of chatting with Devin, she is vote till let p and tractor. Yep. Okay. Perfect. You got. Yeah. So I mean she even like go away. She was like a little heart. Not like not in a bad way. She was kind of harsh about it. She's like go like I'm in the middle of this. Please just back off for ten seconds. Yeah. These men need to learn boundaries. I think you tweeted about the making out on the wall with Peter the pilot. Seems to be one of early favorites. I dig them together. Yeah. The Ben Higgins comparison, that I've heard around not really just kind of more like how he looks or not even then not even that. Let's see the face like he's rounder version nothing like round round but slightly, but yeah. I thought their acute together on who did we? Let's see. So he got the group date rose. So obvious was really worried for a minute that leak was getting really, really horrible. Now. We need to see him. Sweating waiting for the rose ceremony on tweeted this. But I thought he had, like, picked up the rose from the table and put it on his jacket because I've been vision, and no, it was it was a pocket square. That was like bright red. Subtly trying to hint at maybe. Yeah. That's weird. Yeah. So after that. We have the classic move of. There's no cocktail party sny from Chris Harrison. Instead of a pool party. They have tailgate already. A tailgate party without like being game that you watch afterward. I mean I guess you can do anything when you're on the bachelor. So's. This is where Cam gets back to work and. Tells the guys that he has to tell him some personal story. He's gonna like he couldn't tell her at the cocktail party is upset about that, so that he's going to basically pull her way during the party. He does do that. And what, what was his story? Okay. Okay. Let me pull it up. My friend. Kristen sent me this link because I could not comprehend what he was saying using he was sick. And he almost had to get an amputation or he, he made it sound like he did get an amputation. Then you know he had to get rid of his dog and someone died. Yes. So according to an Instagram post camp put. He has lymph it. Dima. And this is what his. Instagram posts says while gosh, we're doing a lot of searching in reading on this bad boy. Sorry, everyone long post here. This is something I never been public about because I never wanted symphony symphony. Sympathy or for people to feel sorry for me in two thousand and two, I was officially diagnosed with lymph Dima non-curable condition. That is often misdiagnose employees under studied by medical professionals across the emoji globe. I was told by dozens of doctors, quote specialists that I would never be able to play competitive sports that would have to manage this condition for the rest of my life, receiving that news as a twelve year old boy was devastating because all I want to do was play basketball baseball, emoji and football emoji with my friends. After visiting over twenty clinics, I was given some treatment options through manual. Lymphatic drainage drainage massage like pumps, and Cussing compression garments. I was given a second chance to live, quote, normal life. Again. This didn't come with countless nights of I think he means Kim. This did come with this came with countless nights. Yeah. Yeah. Because he says this didn't come with countless nights excruciating pain, swelling mental agony. I feel like it did. Not my story to tell. Through the support of my family, friends and music. I stopped focusing on my misfortunes and started prioritizing, the blessings that I often took for granted fast forward to two thousand fourteen I experienced my first, quote episode of infection, my right knee feel you there buddy by left. I don't know what's going on there. Let's go back to those in the past four years, brought me to the top, medical bills, and Houston Los Angeles, and Phoenix after during thirteen sir procedures. The only consensus that the doctors came to was dot dot dot amputation. The thought of losing my leg. Crippling fear anxiety, how I ever be able to dance with my future wife play sports with my future kids, maintain a healthy lifestyle. Like I feel like there's a way. Just give up. As fate would have it the experts at Boston children's hospital performed a diagnostic procedure that saved my link from being amputated in December twenty sixteen. What I learned from my experiences, you have to stay vigilant. Inner journey for treatment answers to embassy in some Finney. So my God, sympathy are great, but you are not entitled to them. Three, quote, heinous. Temperature temporary. Love is necessary and quote tribute to little lane for their support groups and resources available. If you if you seek them out five never be ashamed of your story. It's yours and not everyone will understand nor is it your ability to make them wishing you a hashtag merica actually copy near twenty nineteen. This is not like post yesterday or right after that Pacelle was no. This was December twenty fifth twenty eighteen. What a Christmas gift. All right. Well, that sounds more clear than what he was saying on the show, yelich. I wonder if the editors didn't really know what he was saying. So they just kinda cut and pasted. Yeah. They want him to sound kinda stupid, right? Right. Yeah. I'm sure so. My holes Hannah aside after this, and talks about how him said that he was gonna pull aside and make up a story or something pity, rose. Here's what I'm wondering is like, I'm on my side, but I didn't really hear him say that exactly. So is that like we're Mike is reading between the lines that he didn't believe that am had a story or do we not see it or maybe? Yeah. Maybe Cam said something gap got a story for that, you know, she's gonna feel bad or something like that. I don't I don't know. You know, it's it seems odd. Yeah. And it didn't seem like. Got in, you know, it's not for me to decide where when you shouldn't be sharing your stories just seem like an on time, like they, they hadn't really been on the same page week. It did feel kind of like a last hill. Mary to stay home. Like I need to tell you this thing safe. Closer to me didn't really feel super relevant to what was going on kind of like opposite of what Mike was giving us, right? So it just seems genuine and I Cam just kind of gives us five that's kind of like off putting so wonder if that same story coming from someone else would have felt different. I don't know. Yeah. I think it may be end up giving her like a good way out from like letting letting Cam go. Because it didn't seem like they are five ING and then. And then, you know, like well. I wanna trust my or you know, getting getting vibe, now sort of lines up. Now what he's saying kind of makes sense, whether it's a little bit of a half to or harshly to or not. So I think my help drought that way. To not have to keep camera on any longer. But yeah, that was it was just awkward so. Yeah. Team Mike on that one. Anybody else to in this party? Not really. I think it ruined was kind of bland, we did miss Jonathan later in the group day interrupted Cam in weird about it like I didn't really like I thought it was kind of funny, but I didn't really like like it wasn't a good look for Jonathan. It'd be like, yeah, no. I'll just sit down right here and I'll walk you both to the door and it's fine. That was weird too. Also drama caused by just trusting up sometimes and the Marin the tailgate parties did grab. The other Tyler his ass. Just seems to be I can't. Bringing a lot. But. Who to lose signs Cam home Jonathan too, right? Yes, I believe. So let me just screw home down. Joey Jonathan Joey, Joey. He was on with a significant hair part of growing on me. I didn't see much from him by study. Look cuter on the show, then bio pic, most of them do a little bit of Aaron Rodgers look to him. So Jordan Rogers, whichever your preference. But yeah, so him Jonathan in Joey, those are your three last draft picks Ailey. Yeah. So I feel good about that. I haven't lost too many Mary, shockingly, didn't lose anyone else this week. Not that she has much wiggle room with Tyler see Mike and grant left, right? Who are we liking most on her team? Mike, obviously. Right. Yeah. Yeah. So yes, she hell hold strong with those three, you lose three I last Cam of allows, and so into those points, you're in lead Haley with seventy three. Five people have to are you feeling best about on your teen heaven Matteo. I forgot the Tyler g was he left lights, not in the rose ceremony. Yeah, he was. Feel good about I don't know Connor s maybe. Yeah, pretty good. I feel like Kevin could be okay. But we haven't gotten a lot of info from him. I don't. Yeah. I feel a lot better about your team really. You have jet and you have Peter and. Gen peter. I think those are two guys who are really going to do. Well, so I feel like in the coming weeks, your probably going to overtake me and just crush me into a ground. So see. There's still some really invisible people. I'm not feeling good about, like anyone else really like grazing up people we've seen Tyler see Mike on Mary's teen. Luke. Son your team and then Jadan heater on my team. And then everyone else was like, nobody we've seen a lot from Luke p but we haven't seen a lot of positive things from Luke p. No, I don't know. I still feel like he's gonna be around. While on this the previews and. I think so. She seemed so attracted to him even he's giving him all these chances. Whereas with Cam, let him go. The fact that she's like trying to work with him. Yeah. S's still there, some. Dustin like this like. Matteo. Matteo was on like the baby date, and we didn't get anything from him. One hundred and fourteen. Eisai quiz. Tolling visible garett, totally invisible, Iran. We saw a little bit of him when he's getting hit on gonna call the lady, like, hey, you're hitting on me. That's not cool. So. I wish we saw more of everybody, but they do navy. They're all gonna get eliminated like Tyler g than will know they are also trash. That's how you didn't see them. And we only have two hours each week to get into these guys. So where do you find the time? Yeah. You think they should just cut out Tyler cheese one on Monday? Yes, I, I do feel like they should have done that. Maybe he's a good thing. They said it so that we all looked into it and found out that he was trash. I guess. All right. Well, we have some questions to listeners 'em some emails jump into those. This is Jackie. Different questions here or statements one one, Luke is worse than guest on Tyler. See eclipse, Gaston here, Gaston. ABC Cam is Iago apparent from Aladdin heaven is guest, John. Paul Jones is Eric little mermaid honner is being allowed in five so we did ask Disney, Disney villain help. So let me see if I can status so funny Jones's air. I see that blonde one. Yeah. That's really funny funny. How Cam parrot? For. She says. Ever watched about sort and I really like him away more than last season. I totally see why she was cast still confused as to why she was. So bland with Colton last season outta she compared to other bachelorettes compared to Colton, she seems great. I feel like she's hard to compare to other bachelorettes because she is a completely different mold than a lot of the people we've been seeing in the last few years, she's a little younger. She's a little more spontaneous. She's not as measured in her speaking, which is very interesting. I really I've been really impressed with her through three weeks of the season. I didn't think she would be particularly good. And I feel differently about that now compared to golden colon. She seems great the lump of wood outside of my house right now better than colon. Yeah. How quickly we put him behind. Move on. Three do you think Cam will see continue to be Cam or will change after getting the last rose? Also, he is the worst. He's on a show with Luke's says a lot of the podcasts seems more fun. When Colton is have police. Jackie this to me at the end of last week. So. Cam this question about Cam was kind of about last week. Obviously he continued to be Cam, and also got more Cami. Yes. Do you think Cam will be on paradise? Yes. Yeah. All right. This one is from George George C to. Yes. All right. Who does draft that we should follow. See the points breakdown. He says, hi ladies based on edits this week, if you had to go on a date with one guy, your choices, where villains of episode, he or Cam who would you select seem questions using between group date rose recipient, Mike, Peter lu-, this great question. Okay. I, I would pick Cam for Luke. Okay. Just. Camas like creepy ish. Baluch seems danger. Yeah, and he crushes. So I feel like you could have a conversation with Mike. That's what I meant when he words AL's out what he wants to talk about. He I just feel like he's a he, he's at Burke, wall healing. Here's what he wants to hear. He won't even let you speak. And I'm just not in okay? Between route rose recipients. Mike and Peter. I would've thought Peter was Mike was obviously answer. The Peters doing it for me. Okay. Right. Yeah. Mike, but Peter scoring on me for sure. They're both strong options. All right, number two, is your significant other hid post, it notes are under house with compliments about you written on them. How hard would you define them to only find the ones in plain sight, stop looking after finding three or four weeks later, which we stubbing them? I would probably be discovering them for at least a year and a half. Because I feel like Ethan likes to hide things, and then also would forget where. They were neon. So this. I got some really bad like if I if I don't get like the on brand posted notes, and I got like ran do not stick at all. So that's like falling behind the Coutts probably would just like go for the obvious ones, and then who do you feel is the law for P? Box king. Cam. Who else did I say I feel like they tried really hard to make some of the guys who went out in the first to be the IP contenders? Like I'm Donald who have the family Tyler see, for sure? Yeah. Sure. Yeah. Anyone else right now? Maybe Chason pilot. See. Extra bonus question, if you choose between being the bachelorette getting hit by tornado. You didn't know is coming because local news programming with fifty two. Okay. I, I think I would choose being the bachelorette right because I'm not getting hit by a tornado. Between being a bachelor and getting. Yeah. Right. That's what seems fun. Yeah. Extra bonus question, which is worse for guy long-term? Get a bad edit like Luthier Cam or get silently removed from the show like. If you'll be silently removed because then that kind of erases all revenue stream. Yeah, you're not gonna be on the reunion show. You can't come back at the statement and people are gonna look into sucks. But he's going to be very visible for a very long time. Yeah. I mean, he'd be locked for paradise rate. This is from almost saw him soon. Paul. Hey, babes. Chicken nuggets getting great at the season. I'm also a big fan of top chef podcasts. So Haley, we need your chicken. Nugget thoughts. Can you any rank your top five nugget locals, which outlasts them all for the final row? Well, any, you don't eat nuggets really right? Is there any? Veggie. Nags link. One in particular, actually, like, not KIA's. They're frozen doing more like a little alls I guess, but. Interesting. I, I much prefer beef to chicken, so like I'm not like crazy. I don't really like of Nogues, but I do like McDonald's eggs, and I will when I go, there order a six meal and one topple by lunch. So I have chicken strips versus nugget, like. I don't know. I don't really order them either places here. There's somewhere like all they have drive chain. I would try it. But I I my go-to at Wendy's is spicy chicken sandwich. But one time I was listening to episode of Doboy and they were talking about the Wendy's chicken strips. And I tried them and I really didn't like them. So I just I never really order chicken strips. Yeah, so they don't they don't. Might be I don't care fried chicken doesn't always sit my stomach super, well, okay. Not includes chicken strips. So I don't always order them. Yeah. Some Donald is at the top, and then like draw. Yeah. Yeah. I'd heard someone say that they were Wendy's chicken nuggets on the show. Okay. Interesting. Maybe it was Donald on one night, and Wendy's. The next parks. Rexiti Jack in the box have mcnuggets. Turn fair. What else is there? Five guys, I've heard. Nice. What's shakes? I've heard. I've heard they have good chicken. Never really good. The only thing I've done related to game of thrones game of thrones shake a so good. It was like a. Like white chocolate men with. We like shattered glass. Chocolate. The only thing I've ever had from shake shack is a shake, and I don't even remember what kind of had to be honest with you. I think it was strawberry shake shake staff. Yeah. All right. This is you got this on Twitter from Dera. I just can't understand the Hannele connection he seems to be attempting to position himself. The try to be the next pastor to me, possibly be putting up with his antics, because she's just super physically into him as a possible out of her league, maybe give him a longer leash than she would say, Cam, for instance, she does seem to lack in confidence. Sometimes Sino anytime Cam says ABC always be cringing that sued is he still works anyway, response to a great job. Eric. She is absolutely putting up with his ship because he's hot. That's the only reason I can think of interesting to see it as like, oh, he thinks he's like, really gentlemanly and could be the next Basser because the way we're seeing it. It's like no way. But now I can kind of see that, that might be in his mind. I don't totally see I'm trying to be next bachelor. But I do see I'm trying to win a prize and that rises Hannah. He doesn't win her and then. Heartbroken and do the whole thing. A little bit. Like how about the different different mannerisms rice gotta protect Julian, let her know about. It's my duty. So, yeah. Facebook questions will halston if the show had never mentioned that Tyler left on the season like nothing happened. How many weeks would have taken notice which you ever have noticed? I don't think I would have, and he was on my team only George would've made us aware draft would be like me where those points. Oh, yeah. Totally. When town. Wilson again when and if you ever give birth which the men's reactions few into will be most similar teir own. I would maybe John Paul Jones, except I have a very low pain tolerance, and I have the tendency to blackout when I'm in a lot of pain. Like it was really painful. So, yes, so I just can't imagine making it through conscious. Like. If you didn't have drugs, right? They're simulating I think even with drugs. I would have probably probably die. It's I'm very, I'm very weak. Yeah. Yeah. When I'm in pain, I like I start to blackout. And I also have to throw up. Really weak stomach. Oh, gosh. So giving birth for me is going to be tough. I think it's going to be the worst experience of my existence. I can only imagine now. She, I think they would literally have to put me under. Yes. Wacko? Forget the whole thing. I. Yeah. Like we're else would blackout. Yeah. I can't remember all the reactions but definitely not Tyler see. Chad seemed pretty composed too. So. Also have an attack. I truly might kill me. I'm not like being. Probably be really all for me. John, Paul Jones. He was like freaking out before it happened. Yeah. Haydee shoe, so hamels. I'm this one. I've being over Matthew our actions to the first three weeks. What any guy who has no shot at being the one end should be doing secure Spahn paradise extra money on cameo EM, yo? Yes that is a good strategy. But I don't think that was genuinely his strategy. He doesn't seem like the kind of guy who'd be calculated in trying to make it onto the next show, but he does seem calculated to make it further with Hannah, if that makes any sense. I think he really because of that after the final rose. He came in just thinking, like he's way ahead of other guys and he really couldn't handle that he fell back. Yep. But in a good point, try to stir up drama quirky be weird. Maybe a little creepy if that paradise. Josh, but he probably won't succeed on. No. No. Josh creek since IV's were involved in both what do you think would be more exhausting? The war of the worlds challenge finale or Cam slash Luke. He do you watch the challenge. I forget. Oh, okay. So they were in Libya in the desert, and the first round they had to I think I was like half run half bike a marathon, and then also do puzzles in between each lab, and then the next day they had to do some more running, and then some more running, and then some math and then a kayak sprint. So even though Cam in Lupi, seeing just truly draining or a period of six weeks, you could send them home at anytime. I would go with the challenge finale because that made me tire just watching it. Yeah. Chuck, oh, took it or friend, work over on the challenge for happy with Alli Lascher. This past week. It was fantastic. And I laughed so hard running the entire thing. We'll please try to predict what the inevitable Mike versus Cam versus Jonathan interjecting for camera time fight on mental. We'll be like see how close to the real thing I've pretty close. Are you in the conspiring against me? Am I going to be all three? Let's see. Just describe maybe. So annoying, and we're not going to be able to figure out what any of them are saying to be honest. I think Mike will be. Jonathan's can be one that like tries to stand up and he's forgotten. So he tries to like. Like throw a pass. He's trying to do something. To Cam mocking ABC's, come up with some other slogan. That means. Ham is really holier. Probably talk about. His invitation Costa being amputated and the, my will try to take the high road, I think, because this early campaign wanna get all those like soons audience. So I feel I killed shut down. See. Just embarrassing what exactly camping just period men to compound answer to we follow up question. Is it possible that Hannah's the first woman campus? More than five minutes talking to. It's possible. Yeah. He didn't really seem to know how to interact with anyone. Really? Yeah. I'm trying to think if you thought it meant like the window that hike Nandor something or maybe psycho. And then you can get pregnant a lot of time. Yeah. Suzianne Tyler cheese dismissal from the show because of his terrible. Misogyny seems like an improvement from prior seasons. I e Garret n Lincoln people have said that the recently released the cast photos early, so that people dig up dirt on the guys ABC obviously best for them to make sure that they don't give misogynous a platform at all. What are some vetting practices? Losers should adopt to weed out the monsters. I think that they should have contested provide references from the Xs proof that relationship, so they can't just make friends live for them. I personally think it's a red flaying when someone is really bad terms with all their exes. So, I feel like I do less formal version of this process might anyway. Yes. So like for are you the one I feel like the talked to a lot of Xs and family and a lot of people in general. So maybe something like that. We're just go to their Twitter handle, and search Twitter handle with various words, you wouldn't want when you're cast member saying public, see what happens, right? Yeah. I don't know if the intervening Xs always work, there's probably always service chances, where somebody is on a bad term, for whatever reason, or they wouldn't Mark them on the show so they can say something, it's just tough, because there's so many shitty people out there really is hurt that everyone, right? Yeah. That would be kind of interesting, he could like, would you go to their lawyer? I mean that doesn't toleration shifts but. Might tell you, if somebody shit on the floor or not. That's true. That is true or if they didn't know what it was for if you're interviewing for like. I don't know. They didn't know it was the bachelor. That's right. Away from Kristen Masika hems wearing jeans between jacket during the Bama, tailgate would Haley in any everywhere this. Not only would I wear this. I have worn this I will continue to where this it is what we would affectionately call a Canadian tuxedo. And I like the look if you have if it's two different tones of jeans and denim jacket. I think are good to go with a different towns. Okay. I haven't won in a while, but I don't mind it. Within like the last few months. Yeah. Jean shorts needs seems warm to me outta town game cooler who are month at that time. See just sterling. Is it just me or is this season actually good? Would we credit Hannah for being a fun? Take charge lead or the men for being pretty cringe-worthy. Yeah. I'm having a great time watching the season. That's not always the case we've made that pretty clear, I've mostly fell bad over the last couple years for not enjoying the season. But this one I I'm really enjoying I think, Hannah is a good lead. She's fun. And, you know, and the guys are cringe worthy. But none of the drama, seems well, except for the exception of Tyler g of course, none of it seems like that. Heavy drama. You know. So it's just feels later and it feels more fun, which is what we prefer. The bachelor to be. Yeah. Chris Harrison bro drama, high on the bro. It's always teeny ridiculous. Yeah. Hannah's doing great job. I think and then the previews McHugh excited for her like standing up to other people, too. So. This is Allison, John cola just in case you haven't recorded yet. Is it possible? The issue with Cam looks exactly like com. Green, no matter how hard he tries always comes off as too ingenuous. He I think that's fair. Josh cre-, which essence from the season would not surprise you one bit. If you found out, they were actually in high school, and Connor no for me. John, Paul Jones. Looks like he's sixteen and a half. Yeah. Conor though. Sigmar house. Like, ooh, I'm so excited to go on a date. These posted notes binder. Yeah. There's so many of them that seem pretty young but I mean Hannah's twenty four. Right. So. All right. Well, that is it for questions you have takes from Doug for this episode. I do. All right. Okay. Cool. Cocoa. I don't know how they could not have made a Jason Biggs, stay and not make at least one of the men hump apply that should have been what they were forced to do. They didn't want to hook them to the birth simulator. No. They should have humped pie. And then gone to the birth. Simulating. Yeah. John. Paul Jones is my new favorite character, if they did a spin off show that feature him listening to people's problems while eating mcnuggets, I would watch every week and they could sweeten the deal by electron citing him random. Yeah. There we go. You getting him randomly throughout the show. Reminds me did you see there's a deleted scene of John. Paul Jones, giving her a lock of hair. Yes. Friend, Ashley from work tag. Manit. It was disturbing. Was all about of those, this seem satisfying just like had no qualms just like cutting off his hair. She's not picking him. But yeah, sure you're at your hair for you. He also says, I'm so curious to know why Tyler g left I it's I assume it's because he's either an all right? Loser like irrit-, or he has the clap or something either way. Please, get one of your more enlighten listeners, just -bility. What we still being not great. I love this episode. I can't tell if it's because I love seeing people get shocked while Lucan Kim shot the shit for coal bed. Or if it was discovering that Whitney could talk and listen to a catchy cottage cheese commercial, a what do, I know is that my dad was less impressed enhance instead. He's time surf the web to find an exciting. New chicken salad recipe, chicken, solid, kind of gross. Yeah. Obviously you feel like that because you were vegetarian right? Turkey salad chicken salad X out the words. Male, male. Okay. Not like a salad has chicken on. No. It's. Oh. Oh, maybe that is what he means chicken sandwich. Anyway. I feel like Doug stats. Should've spent his time looking up reality, Steve spoilers. And your face with a life and death situation where you can either Mary Lou p size and all, but he only speaks Portuguese so he could never understand the shit, he sing or Peter who wants month turns into a world and eats at least one local cat. That's upsetting I could have gone with where wolf Embiid sign with it. I gotta stop eating a local cat. I love cats. Yeah. What's eight Milo cat? That reminds me now. This is not quite right. But it's not really really the veggie reminds something I heard about heater. He was on days alive as a child. So he was like a child actor or to us. Also, I think I would have to do the Mary Lou p because at least then I could probably learn Portuguese. Yeah. I would wear right? Not only saying, yeah. Aisling will. That's it from done right. Well, that's it for this episode. Haley where can people find you, you can find me all over the web, you can find me on Twitter and Instagram at H strong underscore, and you can find my blog strong, takes dot CA up on the web. In this week's what I've been watching this week, I started Vander pump rules. Three days ago, and I have just motored through it. So, yeah. It's love island. That's coming. Pretty soon angel, I or June. Yes. Will you be watching five nights a week? Yeah. I think so. Too much rain, but. I can't promise you sitting down in the evening and watching it, but I always do have like a TV show plying, while I'm working from home, and I just need that sound, so I'm able to get through so much terrible television and such a short period of time. So I could always have the one episode from the day before or whatever. Right, right. And that way, there's a tornado warning, you're good, you have it the next day. So. Have you seen the British version of like are excited all? Komo. Yes, I don't think it's gonna be fun in term ING as the British version because what is it just? It doesn't seem like those kinds of shows have longevity on American networks. Paradise hotel has a pretty similar format. I'd say to love island and it's already been canceled. I was on three. They dropped it down to one and they're only showing three or four episodes. So I really don't know if it's going to do, well, it's hard for me to tell if. You know, the hype here about the American version is just because I am surrounded by people who are talking about love island, and who've watched it, and I discussed that kind of thing with them. So I don't know if regular people have heard of the British one will understand the concept will be willing to wash it five nights a week. So we'll see. Right. Yeah. Many shows that we try to bring over don't always work. So. And his Vander pump rule is the one that Ravi time to that one somehow getting a little there. Yeah. 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Effectively Wild Episode 1598: Call it Like You See It

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

1:15:38 hr | 2 months ago

Effectively Wild Episode 1598: Call it Like You See It

"Grads. Dance. Hello and welcome to Episode Fifteen, Ninety, eight of wild event graphs. Baseball podcast brought to you by our Patriot supporters. I'm Meg Rally Fan Graphs and I am joined on this Friday evening fresh from the padres game by Ben Leuenberger the ringer. Ben. How are you? I'm doing? All right. Tell you I'm doing well, got watch some baseball. So that was that was fun yet been about twelve hours since seminar spoke in since then there have been a couple. Of Games and we saw one team that was sidelined by the coronavirus, this season Pitcher shutout and one team that was sidelined by the coronavirus the season get shut out. So we have a final wrap on of the wildcard series. Now marlins beat the cubs on Friday to nothing to advance and the padres beat the cardinals for nothing to advance. So that's that I have to say Ben what a civilized amount of baseball we watch today it really was. Yeah. Half of the teams cooperated by not scoring so. That, helped. Yeah. Two Games, you know just just to I got to I, got to sit down and I to watch the MARLINS and the cubs. I got to appreciate the pitching matchup there I got to luxuriate in Sixto Sanchez and you darvish and some you know smart and smartly sequenced substitution pinch runnings and hittings of various trips for the Marlins and then I, and then I got to take a little break. Ben I got to go to the grocery store and do my first. My Fridge is empty of the postseason remedy that situation and then I got home unloaded my groceries and I was Sit Down and watch the entirety of this padres, cardinals game and it was great. Yeah. Both of those games were about three hours and twenty minutes. Snappy they postseason standards no extra innings. No Nine inning games that were inexplicably five hours long anyway even though there were a lot of pitch cages at least in the Patriots cardinals game was a bullpen game for the padres and I guess we can talk briefly about those games. As you said, great pitching matchup in Marlins cubs sixty inch as versus Yu. Darvish. And they were both really good I i. don't know if they were their absolute best darvish. was his absolute best. But that mostly lived up to the billing and would say it was really fun to watch those guys and Sanchez's stuff is just incredible and it's the very rare pitcher who would make you say that in a game when he's going up against, you darvish as some of the best watchable stuff in baseball like those are just two pitchers who are really fun to watch because obviously divers, million pitches and they both just have. So many different eras in their quiver and so much movement in so much speed. So that was a Lotta Fun and marlins pulled it off a really they were I guess the one underdog that one, their wildcard series really like a a no the reds were popular pick over the braves but by seating and by regular season results, the braves were the favorite in that series. So although we said anything could happen that it could get chaotic it didn't. Really, which you know doesn't mean anything it. It just happened to work out that way. It still is inherently chaotic format, but most of the really good teams moved on and the marlins knocked off the cubs, which is an upset but the cubs were certainly a very beatable team. So it wasn't like shocking that that happened I guess the only other sort of equivalent seating gap was the astros who no one was rooting for except for Astros Fan? Yeah. They didn't come to my mind, but you're right. That was an upset to it's easier to overlook because all of those players are so familiar from better astros teams that have gone deep into the postseason but. Between, that end the the twins postseason track record it didn't feel like as much of an upset as marlins moving on but the Marlins don't lose playoff series and they haven't yet. This is clearly an indication of how superstition and bias can work its way into the brain of someone who is inclined to rationality or at least aspires to it. But I think if the twins had been the one seat, I still would've assumed that they would lose. And that's that's a wild thing to think that's that's a very silly thing to they. They were first of all a couple of bad plays away from from. Escaping those games and and the better team just a better team than I think the Astros were and and I still think that if they had been the one seat like well, sorry get them get them again next year Subcu- well, it is very weird how we all think these things about these teams like the twins are the team that never wins in October, the Marlins or the team that always wins when they make it to October I guess people are mostly joking like that latter one is Kinda tongue-in-cheek but if they actually make a run this year, maybe people will start to seriously believes. That but it's like we're talking about decades of results here with entirely different teams with entirely different rosters. So it's all meaningless and yet it still attached to these franchises and we all these things. Yeah. I think that you know we do our best but even the most rational among us are wooed by narrative or superstition whatever you're deciding to call it day I would like to contrast bend the viewing experience and I like to say Ben I'd like to thank ESPN. I'm sorry you had to be on their saving into this that Oakland game made. You feel some feelings that you felt Benita Express which. You. You're a pretty steady steady sort, a cool customer. Cool. Customer Com customer cool. I'm cool but I'm pretty calm. And and we'll set aside the the in game interview aspect of it but the the experience of watching it as white sox game versus the the Saint, Louis Sandiego game and I think that Patriot commented on this on the nerd cast of the San Diego during the evening. But you know we knew that the the padres we're going to have to bullpen their way through their game tonight and there were a couple of spots where things went not quite as expected. You Know Austin and only pitched to one hitter because Goldschmidt wasn't retired. But the whole time I was I san Diego has a plan. I don't know if the plan of work but they have a plan they are clearly executing on the plane and they have a a progression of hitters that they are expecting to see. They have a sequenced bullpen situation that they are keen on as opposed to the white sox where I was just like I think that. CRANBERRY IS GONNA. Have to pitch in this baseball game. I. Think. We're GONNA see a position player on the mound in an elimination game, and I don't know if they would have been better off with that probably not. But it you know it's hard to know. We've talked about this before it's often hard to know exactly how much value to ascribe to managerial moves and they are always so dependent on execution on the field. To look smart or seem silly in hindsight. But this, this was a game where I was struck by well, you know the the manager and the Front office I'm sure they really sat down and game their way through the Senate way that I thought was the smart and got the job done. So that was pretty nifty. Yeah I thought so too I didn't have. That same feeling of like this is running off the rails. This is out of control. How are they going to finish this game and as I said to save I? Mean I think that crochet injury sort of sabotage, the white sox plan and the padres didn't have that same issue, but it was impressive that they pulled that off on a third consecutive game. Day because you did have pitchers pitching like three days in a row, which these days is not all that common and pitchers are not conditioned to do that. Now, teams treat them very carefully and I don't know whether that means well yet because they don't do it during the regular season, their fresh, and also it was like two months season maybe their fresh because. Of that or whether it's that they're just not built up to do that, and so it's even harder for them to do that now. But yet like Trevor Rosenthal comes in his third Game Rowe and strikes out everyone looking maybe with a little help from the empire, but it was impressive to see no ill effects from that. So to pull off at nine. inning nine pitcher showed how which hasn't happened before I. Think Against a playoff team granted the cardinals that was not the easiest thing to execute. So I think both those teams like we knew coming to the series that the cardinals were not a great heading team. We also knew that the cubs were not a great hitting Tina and you and I talked about Tatton. And marveled at their lack of its last week. So it was not so surprising to see that be their undoing, but it's two games or three games. So it's all kind of confirmation bias when things happen that we sort of expected to happen we say, yeah, we that was going to happen that was our concern coming into the series, but really you can't predict. A whole lot of anything. So it just happened to work at that way. Yeah. I think the only thing that I wish had been different in San Diego's I wish that Jake Ryan Martha pitched why did you me too? I would like that would have been. Can you imagine the very specific corner of the world that we occupy in the reaction that would have? Channel where that came up that's pretty much it you and a few of us in there. Let Him, Pitch Yeah. I guess he's too valuable to pitch. Now he's like good. It's your wants you to good like other than Otani and maybe even Otani will enter this zone at some point like you have to be a very specific level of good to pull off the two way player because otherwise it's like well, we can't risk you because you're too good at heading or whatever, or we can't riskier pitting because you're too good pitching. So it's almost like you can't be too good at either of those things or teams just won't try it. So I guess code. Worth has crossed over into you know rookie of the year has a position player probably won't put him on the mound but hopefully, sometime I imagine that if we are to see jake run worth pitted any points the rest of the postseason that something has gone terribly terribly wrong for Sandy Anco but I do like that too by extending their postseason run we have the potential for it even if I hope the circumstances that necessitated are perhaps a blow out in San Diego's favor and just you know put him up there see what he can do. And it was odd to see some defensive lapses on the part of the cardinals that led to that loss. But that's just another example of one game. Anything can happen because usually they're so steady in that department. And with the cubs I guess you have to wonder if that was the last run for this cubs core that's been contending since twenty fifteen will they try to trade Bryant this off season? Will they break up that cord some other ways or if they don't is it good enough to be back next year hard to say because we don't even know for sure how many playoff teams their next year so that kind of covers those games I suppose. Maybe, we can talk a little later in the episode about the Division series in the matchups that we're looking forward to, but wanted to just engage in a little media criticism with you. If you don't mind, I didn't get into that with Sam because we had so many games to catch up on, and also some of this criticism may be directed toward espn what to put seven awkward position. But two things have sorta stood out to me and you have other things that you want to bring up it's always a shock to the system to go just full bore into national baseball broadcasts. Not having that very often during the season because it is just a different caliber of content or at least the different style and approach to talking about baseball, it can be a little jarring to just have nothing. But that all of a sudden unless you're watching the nerd cast as you probably should be the thing that mystifies me maybe the most is Alex Rodriguez and what has happened to him. Like. Now has invaded. This man's mind is this someone in a skin suit that looks like Alex Rodriguez 'cause. Totally. Changed over the last few years and look like I know a lot of people just dislike Alex Rodriguez for valid reasons but I've always sort of had a soft spot for him even aside from the the cheating and all the other excellent reasons not to like Alex Rodriguez I was just I almost felt like sympathy for him. Felt sorry for him in in certain ways which is kind of ridiculous because he doesn't need sympathy he has plenty of money and good looks and success and everything you could want in the world and still he cheated multiple times but I always just felt like he really wanted to be liked. And he wasn't very good at getting people to like him, and so I felt sort of sorry for him in that respect and he seemed somehow more human to me than jeter did he did to say what he thought people wanted him to hear it seemed like but he didn't have the same incredibly blend public persona at least he wasn't as good at pulling it off as jeeter was, and he was better player than cheater and he also moved over to third base to accommodate cheater and yet didn't get a fraction of the adulation even before the PD use came out like the a route is clutch negative was unfair. At times and I also felt like he really loves baseball and I still feel like that like he just really likes baseball. I. Think he likes talking about baseball and boy has gotten to talk a lot about baseball lately including like me Games in one day, which might have something to do with the reaction that I've had to him. But you could critique A. Rod based on his sucking up to rob Manfred as was trying to buy the mets and on that opening day broadcast telling me that he'd done a tremendous job or you could critique how he kinda takes an anti player stance on a lot of financial issues. Is constantly praising teams for locking players up or advocating that players, sign extensions, and of course, he tried to maximize his own earnings as a player and signed to massive free agent deals but that's not even the thing that bothers me most. He has suddenly turned into like the biggest booster of small in the world, which is so strange because I really enjoyed him as a studio analyst as a pregame and postgame guy I thought he was pretty polished and he had some insights like he was pretty good breaking down mechanics and that kind of thing, and he just seems more suited to that than to live broadcasts may be. Calling Games but the weirdest thing is that he has now just morphed into this person who is obsessed with sacrifice bunting who is constantly talking about like home runs being empty calories and contact is everything and I just don't know where this came from because I don't really remember this being a refrain from him in the past few years, and also if you look at his career, it just seems entirely inconsistent with the kind of player he was in the game that he had because the men hit almost seven hundred home runs. As you may recall, he stopped sacrifice bunting in the nineteen ninety s him it wasn't like he was dropping down months. Left and right. So I just don't understand how he became the sort of old school do the little things like if he wanted to have this, be a branding exercise to stand out from the pack you'd think he'd want to be the guy who's like, no hit the ball over the wall. That's what I did worked for me. It's pretty valuable and he could actually stand out and kind of carve out an identity as the person who is not into small constantly but it's almost like he is playing this character or like pandering to the audience I don't know whether he actually believes this, which I think is maybe the thing that bothers me. Most it's almost like he's trying to sound like a national broadcaster who is expected to say these things I just don't buy that a rod is suddenly anti home run and sacrifice bunt anytime you get someone. Yeah. How do I want to put this I? Think that part of what made him so refreshing when he was I am booth was he was this really interesting blend of clear preparation rate. You could tell that he just really took a lot of time and care before every broadcast I don't mean to say that he's not doing that I think that it's really hard when you have to do so many games in one day to even. When you have done that level of preparation to sort of have that preparation saying through because you're tired and it's a lot of ball and you know it's a lot. It's just a lot of time to fill and I think that people struggled to do that. They struggled to do that in the course of a three hour broadcast in the right balances between leading the game breathe and take a pause and inform the audience of of something that they don't know. So I WANNA recognize difficult. The task at hand is and the task is hard on Sunday night baseball because it's often the red sox and the Yankees and those games last return hours so. But. What made him so great was that preparation coupled with? Players Perspective that seemed not only informed by his own career. By the folks in the game would talk to rate and it seems like he despite the fact that he was not a universally beloved figure when he was an active player. As he had established relationships with guys especially guys in the Alliston that he had a good insight into what players of the day we're thinking, and then he did a better job I think when he first started of parsing what of that was interesting and valuable, and what of that kind of was Hokum and I think that that balance is out of whack. In a way that made him kind of tiring and tiresome in the booth, and then you know like you said, there's just been this weird turn to. Small Ball and I. Think a the best broadcasters find a way to balance useful engagement critical engagement with the game with a delight in the game as it is because even if it is not perfectly constituted or exactly to your taste or precisely the aesthetic you want, they're still good stuff in baseball right? Especially in the postseason you're watching. Maybe a little less this year but in general, you're watching the very best teams with the very best players and so I think that striking that balances hard and I've never had call a three and a half hour game or five hour game or postseason game. So you know I don't mean to sort of speak out of turn. But I think that you want to kind of meet the sport where it is, and if you do that in good faith then when you look around and Say you know it would be nice. If we had a little more base running, it would be nice if more balls were put in play because it's different look and that's interesting and visually dynamic I think that the audiences more inclined to sort of me you where you are because you're meeting the game where it is and I think that's gotten muddled for whatever reason and I don't know if he believes it or if it's a character, I don't like either of those answers I think both. Yeah. It is a hard job and maybe it's that we've been subjected to so much of him that I've been noticing this. Maybe it's just over exposure and and I think people are just predisposed not to like national broadcasters because you feel like they're parachuting into say things about your team that you know that you've heard already because they're talking to casual fans mainstream fans a national audience. And you missed the local voices that you hear all year long and so people always think they're biased or they're boring or whatever, and you know instinctively dislike them and they're ones that people don't like that I do really like like Joe Buck, for instance, like Joe Buck quite a bit and he is much maligned of course but a rod first of all, like I'm sympathetic to the. Idea that what a strike outs and maybe it's not the most exciting brand baseball and they're certainly ways to talk about that sacrifice bunce are not something I miss asshole like I do not find sacrifice bunce entertaining in any way like the play itself is just not entertaining the players like literally giving up his attempt to reach base like it's just conceding and out essentially that's just not. An entertaining thing to me I don't think like it takes skill and craft certainly but I don't find it to be an entertaining thing bunting for hits. Sure. But sacrifice bunting that is not at all something. I miss in the game it's variety I guess but it's not a form of variety that I enjoy it all but it just seems to me like my request really for broadcasters it's. Just, you know a don't like actively disparage the product the entire time you're on the air like you can certainly critique it and point out flaws and things that you wish were better but don't be overly negative. I mean you know celebrate the thing that you're calling an we're all watching it enjoying to a certain extent and then be like just don't feed me misinformation. Like I'm not saying you need to be the nerd cast and to have a whole lot of advance stats. It's just don't tell me things that are not true at all or or have like no support or no basis in fact, like just that's the empty calories kind of thing where it's just like you'll hear something and it's like that's not true or right that. I don't think that's true at least you know you support your Certian in some way pleas. So that's all I. Just I don't care if you teach me something really, I just don't want to hear misinformation and and falsehoods you know for whatever the motivation is and so I think it is a really hard job and I almost had a chance to do it earlier. This year, I was going to be on network NERD CAST, but it was for an astros game that was postponed because of a hurricane. So that broadcast did not end up happening in. If it had I, might have an even greater appreciation for how difficult that is and I don't think I would be great at it but I also don't think I would start spouting nonsense. Like I might have nothing to say that is entirely possible and so if I had nothing to say they might start feeling pressure to say something and if you have you know three hours and you you run out of your material and you have to come up with something that's when you start saying cliches or just like talking incessantly so-and-so's character or whatever. But I feel like I wouldn't be something other than myself or start saying things I don't believe just because there's dead air or something I might just. Say something boring. I don't know what I would do but that's the the thing that I just feel like a reds heart is is not really in this and maybe I'm wrong. Maybe it is either way it's not great as you said, if he actually believes these things that's great and if he thinks he's obliged to say these things that's not great and I've seen people compare it to Joe Morgan in that Joe Morgan was a player who did all the things that sabre patricians of the time and the. Money Bal philosophy priced and yet he hated to all that stuff and so it was odd to hear him disparage certain things even though was great as a player you know he had great on base percentages. Why is he so angry about on base percentage but I always kind of felt like his heart wasn't that stuff and he came from a different era and I think he did appreciate those things and really care about small ball in the little things and everything but eight rod played in different era when A. Lot of that had already gone by the wayside in the style of play was totally different than I'm just not buying it. Yeah, and I like you said, I don't think that everyone needs to engage with the sport the same way that we do. I. Think it's Nice that there are multiple broadcasts available. So that people who wanNA. Think about baseball from an analytics perspective in sort of understand the game through that one's Ken can do so although I do think we you know I don't want that fracturing to be. Permanent especially in the postseason because I do think that there is something really special and unifying about us all watching the same thing which we so rarely do with baseball is like the only time of year apart from a couple of national broadcasts were really clued in on the same games and I think that that's important are sort of collective understanding of the sport but I think that you can you can engage with baseball in in a way that like you said is still honest and is in antagonistic anthem probably goes both ways rightly, it isn't as if. The sabermetrics communities always charming and docile right? Like we have our moments of getting zingers into. So this probably goes goes both ways but I think that you want people to walk away from a game having understood what they just watched, and because the way that teams understand baseball is analytically inclined to not engage with that at all into not try to help your audience, understand it, and I like I said, sort of meet the game where it is now is to to not live up to that part of your responsibility job description as a broadcaster and so. I think it. It is important to try to find some way to to talk about it in a way that is reasonably accessible and it doesn't have to dominate the entire broadcast but empty calories like what are you talking about man? Yeah and some seemed to save contradictory things like within a span of minutes like he would praise home runs and then go right back to talking about how manufactured runs matter more and picking on. Rod, I could pick on any number of other broadcasters who say something similar but with him, it just feels like a hard turn. Through this all of a sudden, and also I just feel like he had a lot of potential as a a TV voice. So I feel like he can be better than this I. Guess that's why it bothers me a bit and also because site just really enjoyed watching him as a player like as a fan during the time in my career when I was not covering the sport but was just enjoying it on that level he was I think the best player I ever got to see on a regular basis just incredible and you've got to see him to and. I guess that that maybe bothers be a bit more just because I appreciate those things that he did and now he almost seems to be renouncing them or discounting them. Anyway another thing that bothers me a bit as. The forced chuckles you get a national broadcast there. So many forced chuckle sits like I- I acknowledge that you just made sort of a faint at saying something funny and it is my role now to to do the fourth chuckle and it's just like A. It's it's like you don't find this amusing. It's not that funny. You just You know being a good broadcast partner I. Just basically wish there were more funny broadcasters maybe that's it's also serious and humorous is somewhat forced but I know it's it's not all that conducive to cracking. Great Joke said, it's a lot to keep track of. Yeah but it does we do seem to get a couple of. Like that, how people? Yes. The other thing. Broadcast a you alluded to this and I wrote about it and I was surprised by he strength of by reaction. Yes. I I'm usually pretty tempered reactions to things, but the switch, it bothered me the the live in game interview in playoff games I haven't talked to you about this. So I, I don't know how you feel about it, but it really was off putting to me particularly the Ramon Laurie segment in game three of the White Sox ace series. There had been other ones, Mark Cana, and Justin Turner had done it and I had noticed that during the regular season to Bryce. Harper did it and Tim Anderson did it and Fernando techies junior did it and I'm Kinda conflicted about this because I appreciate the goal and I think there's something cool about the concept of it. They are bringing us close to the field like just the idea that we might be talking to a player while he's in major league gave I mean there's something exciting about that I think but in practice I just really like it and I like the goal which is to. Humanize the players and give them more of a platform, and we know the whole thing about baseball's audience being held and of baseball stars being anonymous on a national level, and they never get named on the list of the hundred most popular favorite athletes and so anything you can do to give them a Mike and Spotlight I applaud that accept this this. Just. Too much for me and I had some misgivings about it in regular season games. But seeing it in playoff games and seeing it in playoff elimination games. I was like deeply uncomfortable watching. Ramon Laureano Talk to Dave Flemming and Jessica those a during this game that. It's a doer died game. His team is trailing. He's running around all over the field. He was catching balls and fielding balls and retrieving balls and backing up on balls, and meanwhile he's also fielding these questions from the booth and he's like panting winded and out of breath, and yet he is still up to talk to the podcast and I get that it's voluntary. It's by choice a correspondent with someone at the players association who said yet you know they can choose to do this. We just relayed the request from an ear. ESPN or whoever it is, and it's up to them and buster only tweeted that something like only ten to fifteen percent of players on ESPN wishlist actually go for this. So clearly, a lot of players are not interested in doing this and they are not forced to there is maybe some pressure because if you get asked to do this by ESPN or mlb than you know, maybe you feel some obligation even if you're not actually obligated but just putting that aside like what that aspect of it that bothers me so much as. It really does kind of send the signal to me that this competition is not that important like I don't WanNa make too much of that and I know that it's twenty twenty and everything is weird and Wacky, and maybe our our standard should be lowered for like disrupting the actual play. But I just could not shake the feeling as Laureano was doing an. Interview on live national TV as he was trying to do his job that this could potentially veep distracting and that bothered me in a game that mattered that much. Yeah. So I was watching the with around show and so my engagement with this was primarily through twitter and also having the strange sort of visual experience of seeing Ramon Laureano. Seemingly talking to himself. Because the broadcast feed is just the ESPN broadcast feed right like the folks doing squeeze play don't get to pick their broadcast angles right there just piggybacking off the regular ESPN feed. So he was talking to himself and I. Wondered are so does he? Guys, do that right in the field super unusual or anything, but I didn't know if he did that and I was kind of curious about it in that I check twitter and I saw that he was doing it interview and I thought well, that's wild because he's he's might have to feel the baseball. And then he swore and I did enjoy that because to I if you recall. I took. Player swearing in our things we're looking to draft and so I felt vindicated but I also felt so nervous for him because it sounds like he prioritized the right thing which meant that he gave uninteresting answers. Tense moment because he was trying so hard to do his job and that's the right distribution of interest from Larry like he did the right thing there. But I couldn't help. It was like what is it distracts him even one. One, hundred of a percent and that's the difference between him. Making hard plan not and we know that this is a guy who can make spectacular place. Yeah and you never know if that's the case. I mean, he was talking as pitches were being delivered at times and even on the play where he charged on a single up the middle and then through home. I don't think he really had a chance on that play. Anyway, the throw is a little off line, but he was like talking as that pitch was going in now and you. Know. Like I understand that like it's gotTa be deeply ingrained in instinctive that point like it's hard for me to imagine doing that because I'm of how much of my mental attention that would take up and like I can't even write while watching something so Like play baseball while I'm talking and doing an interview. It just seems like a lot but if you're Ramon Riano like a lot of this is just so habitual for you that it probably is more manageable for him. Of course, major leaguers are incredibly focused and they're used to tuning out distractions and managing that kind of thing and being heckled and whatever else. But still like you can't tell me, it doesn't take up some cognitive capacity. To, be interviewed and to know that millions of people are listening to you which maybe he just put out of his mind because he just started swearing almost immediately. So maybe he just gotTa wasn't taking it all that seriously, which is the right approach I. Think you're Ramon Laureano because they're more important things but it's just like it's playoff game. That's limitation gave this feels very intrusive. Yet I had the same reaction upon learning. What the circumstances were and we've seen this in the field before I think that that Spring Training is great opera guests for that I think that. And we didn't have this this year but I think the All Star game is a great option D for that. We understand those moments to be less important. I think that if you WANNA do a smattering of it in the regular season. Okay Not My favorite but I get it but you can't do that stuff in lemon. Game. That's ness. Yeah. It really is I. Guess there must be some people who like it, but it just really bothered me other people have told me like I had to united or ahead to turn it off it. I was so it was making me so uncomfortable and Fleming acknowledged that weirdly when it came back from break and he was like it makes people uncomfortable I think it's worth saying out loud that we ask the players nicely the Players Union Major League Baseball has encouraged players even in playoff games to be willing. And Volunteer Ramon wanted to do it. He told us we should do it more often when we were on the Air I, knew it makes some people cringe especially when he's in the middle of the action and we're talking to him but it is an insight that is hard to get in any other way in any other sports broadcasts it is not yet. It's not an insight. Yeah. Is what you say when someone is talking at you and you want them to stop what you say Yeah Yeah Yeah Right I mean he signed I immediately say that is. Because I want you to stop I am agreeing with you but he signed up for this obviously but I don't know if he underestimated how distracting it would be or or what what he didn't seem fully into it and I wasn't getting any great insights nor would I expect great insights like he's busy and also it's not like he's going to give away the. Scouting report or something on a national broadcast like I don't know what sort of incites you get like I think Kano was pretty good. He's an interesting guy and also he had nothing to do on defense in his innings. So he had time to talk but to me it, it just doesn't really seem all that revealing and I think it sorta derails the broadcast to. Just because like your you feel like you have to talk to the sky and you WanNa be courteous and like not just narrate the cut him out of the conversation, and so the camera was always on him and they were always speaking in an effort to include him in things and keep tossing questions his way, and meanwhile this was an eventful inning and things were. Going on and it was not great for the as and if you have a player from a team who's volunteering his time, you're probably not gonNA say anything negative about his team while he's on the air which constrains you a little bit and it just didn't feel like a natural call. It was like this is a talk show suddenly instead of a baseball broadcast and. Maybe. That makes sense in a blowout or something but like in a close playoff elimination game, I do not eat that. No. Thank you. Yeah I agree I I'm here to Vindicate Your Reaction To the spent I think that you are right and other people are wrong and while we're getting rid of this week can also jettison the Enga- manager interviews who are those whore? Yeah. Yeah. I mean doesn't bother me in the same way but just doesn't really add anything racer at least those are very brief and generally like recorded between innings. They're just usually a couple of very generic questions that just don't tell me anything like they're not gonNA give away their strategy or whatever. So it's like how good is this guy today Oh boy nothing? He does surprises me. All right. Well, thank you and that's basically it. So I don't know why we do that. Really I did appreciate earlier this season it was. During Cardinal Game and I'm not going to recall now if it if it was shelter, if it was one of the bench coaches, but they cut to the dugout for an interview and whoever was on the cardinal staff spent a moment sort of passing his condolences along to the family of Lou Brock and then said, okay I gotTa go do my job now by. That was perfect. Those great. That was all I needed. It was a very it was a very nice thing to acknowledge loobox passing, and then we just got back to baseball and it was it was great. So if they're going to be like that, it should be a quick. Hey, thanks so much. Bye. Yeah and there are other options like a you could if you want to talk to someone in the bullpen or in the dugout or like. Yesterday starting pitcher something that someone who's not in the am like I don't know that I need to hear from anyone really in the came. But if you are going to do it, there are less intrusive ways to do it, and this just does not work for me and I get it that baseball is more suited to this than the other sports and that's SORTA. What Fleming was saying like you can't do this on any other sports broadcast. On. The one hand that's kind of like making the best of maybe something that people find boring about baseball, which is that there's a lot of time when people are just standing around and so if you're not gonNA find a way to cut down on all that time between pitches well might as well make the most of it and talk to the players who are just standing there. But then it also just reminds me that they're just standing there for long periods of time and I. Feel like it kind of confirms what People Believe About Baseball, which is that there's just a lot of inactivity and people standing around like talking to players who are actually on the field during Games just does not refute the idea that baseball's boring by default and that you can actually talk to people who are playing hit currently because they're doing so little at that. So I don't know that it is really the the best reflection on the sport either and I just don't think it really wins. itself to a great conversation or great insights, and so I think there are a lot of ways to promote players and play up the personalities but this is just one way that I really hope does not become permanent than I fear that it will because when I was talking to the person at the players. Association. They were saying that there has been a lot of interest in this from broadcasters and they've sort of given their go ahead to do this for twenty twenty but beyond that. It could be a collective bargaining issue and maybe this becomes a bargaining chip that the players I guess the players silly some of them like it but the broadcast partners really like it, and so maybe it's something that the players can use as leverage like we'll talk to you during the game and it all placate your broadcast partners and maybe they can get some concession for that. But the fans will suffer or at least I will suffer 'cause I just can't deal with the city were. Yeah. I agree I think we should put it to rest. And they're like I. Loved the as you mentioned, Spring Training has produced great moment all star Games great moments and please by all means makeup players during games just to them. Just don't have it be the two way interview just like play me the recorded clip later or whatever. That's great. I like hearing that stuff but I don't want to have to. Talk to them and have them talk to you while they're doing their very difficult to end important job. It felt to me like all right. If laureano superbowl time tasking here then are we even supposed to pay attention to this like maybe I should be doing something else between pitches which like you know sometimes I am. But it just really seems to encourage that sort of thing. It just made the the baseball itself sort of a backdrop for this conversation in a way that bothered me more than I expected to. So I, am glad. That you don't think I'm being a baseball grump about this because I was quite concerned that that's what this was. We were just talking about you know people lamenting things about baseball and I am amending this thing about baseball broadcasts but can I say it just it upset me I don't think it makes you a baseball. Graham can I I don't think that my broadcasting beef makes me baseball grump into that. Can I share my broadcast? Talk. About the way we talk about our. Okay. So, I acknowledge that there aspects of his approach to baseball that are interesting I. Don't think that they are as novel as they once were. So I don't quite understand the continued fascination in that respect because it isn't as if he is the only pitcher who has waited ball routine. I think that if you're going to broadcast about Trevor Bauer and you're going to talk about his controversies, you need to do that in a more honest way. Not You ben You you didn't do it at all then. But I think the Trevor Bauer makes the mistake that a lot of young men make which is to think that being contrarian is the same as having a personality. And they are not the same I think that he quite often uses social media and in a responsible way and does not appreciate the influence. He has to send his fans after those who disagree with him and I know what it is feel irritated on twitter. I. Probably don't have any real understanding of the volume that he probably encounters but. You have to let stuff go you have to appreciate the way that your influence is to wreck someone's Day in a way it's very disproportionate to whatever small inconvenience or insult they've levied against you. And so with the combination of what he has done off the field, his on the field antics which speaks to you know perhaps the best impulse control would be the neutral way of saying that, and then this very strange campaign he has against the Astros in a season where he appears to himself be cheating in a way that begs the league to intervene. That is all of very sticky wicket and you can't just say he's controversial and then move on from that because. It does not inform the audience that does not really know much about Trevor Bauer as to the extent of his controversy. It doesn't really give people the information they need to form their own opinions or judgments about that it doesn't do. To the people who had their days and weeks sort of derailed. In public on social media as a result of his controversy and so I think that if we're going to talk about it, we need to talk about it honestly, and if we're not GONNA do that. Then we should be less than amored with his his controversy with his Co. work conflict everybody throws a frigging weighted ball. Okay. It's not that interesting anymore. This isn't the same thing that it was I think that the other baggage is sufficient to give us pause before we elevate this person to being one of the faces of baseball and slake. I'm this is this is a very sassy meg thing to say, but it's like the men who are doing this broadcast booth. It's clearly never dated like Dushi finance guys in New York in your twenties because if you had, you'd be over this. It's not that interesting it's a bomber. Bummer Ben Yeah Yeah I think if you bring him up if you bring up the controversies, you do have to go into detail. Emotion yeah, and have some experience with trying to figure out how to Tuck Fat Charter Rake. A Co wrote a book in which he was heavily featured in. This is something travis in a talked about a lot and. I didn't personally right the portions of the book about Trevor Bauer Because Travis was interviewing him and spent the time with him I to this day have never actually talked to transmit power. So I have no relationship with him or her personal affection for him but I obviously worked with Travis on how he would be portrayed and you know I think in writing a book about player development I think he had to be a character yet to be featured. To some extent in that book and that while Yes many pitchers throw weighted balls now I don't know that as many did when he broke in like I think he wasn't trailblazer to assert for shot and I have some appreciation for his approach to to pitching even if it has become more common I, think he's played a part in it becoming more common. But yeah, we wanted to just not say, well, he's a quirky guy or something you know. When we brought up those things, we did detail what he did, and you know kind of let the the reader hopefully, draw their own conclusions about power like our. Our goal was not to hold him up as a great person like we weren't trying to make people like Kim necessarily and I've seen reactions to the MVP. Machine where people said I came out of this liking and appreciating. Trevor Bauer and other people have said I came out of this hating disguised guts and I think that's good. Actually that makes me happy that people have had both of those reactions because we we did kind of just want to put the facts out there to a certain extent and let people draw their own conclusions about him and you know I don't know if we handled that perfectly well. It was kind of a tricky thing to navigate but I do think yes. If you're going to focus on him and bring him up and talk about the positive aspects of certainly his pitching performance and all that, and especially if you're going to talk about his personality and him. Being good at promoting himself or or baseball or whatever. There's certain truths to that. But also. There are a lot of negatives and yes, I think you should definitely have a fair and balanced portrayal of Bauer. If you can and you really should. I think that you can't be so in store sold by his intellectual curiosity when it comes to pitch design and not acknowledged that like I don't know if this is still a belief he has or if it was ever sincere belief because he you know it's hard to tell when he's trolling and when he's Still be a trickster but I don't think that you can talk about someone's intellectual curiosity and one aspect without at least acknowledging how strange it is that that person has spent time as a climate change denier rates so. And again, all of that is very hard to fit into end. And here's the next pitch from power. Right? It's a tricky task and I am sympathetic to response to what I just said that might be true predictable, which is well MAG if they don't talk about it at all people are GonNa be dissatisfied by that because you you know you want people to grapple with the bad that he's done and so to just talk about the pitching is to. Exclude that part because they can't figure out how to thread the needle and that's not good either and that's that's true too. So I I appreciate that this is a difficult task and perhaps a broadcast booth is just not the right medium for it but I think that if you're going to sort of shelve that part of the the conversation about him. Like, you should sound less charmed. By how he was gone after. Ronald Kunia today. Winter and I get the guys jot each other. That's the expression and what have you. But there is a an aspect to that personality that I that personality type that I just don't find personally appealing and that doesn't mean that he shouldn't be a major league pitcher or that my preferences for human beings should way out. But I think that there is a part of that that is unpredictable and explosive and at times manifest in ways that are really harmful to people and often to people who are not you know one of the best players in the, National League but just. Folks on twitter, and so we should be careful about who we elevate because that further endows up person with authority and popularity, and then we don't always like the way that they go out and use that, and so I think we should just be we should be a little more careful about it and we should be honest about it because he is a very talented pitcher how he's so talented this year I think is probably also conversation that shouldn't get sidestepped quite significantly in the booth, right? Yes. It there and talk about the guy's spin rates and then be like I. Wonder. WHO's to say right even if you want to just keep it to the pitching purely. They're still a couple aspects to that to it at least this season and we've talked about that before just how suspicious it is that his spin rates have spiked. So suddenly and by his own acknowledgement that is not possible as far as we know and as far as he knows or so he has said without the use of some foreign substances which he has tested and been very open about the effects of and suddenly those effects are happening on the field when he pitches isn't that odd. So. Yeah. If you're going to talk about, wow, he is great stuff and look at this movement of the spin rates then yeah. You should probably also talk about the fact that those been rates very suddenly and in an unprecedented way increased and that seems probably not to have been entirely natural not that he is the only pitcher who is using sticky off most pitchers are but he is perhaps using it more effectively or or differently which I guess if they're all cheating if most of them are cheating in that way and he is just doing it better than they are than you know I guess. You could credit him with being a better abuser of that particular rule but also yet maybe just mentioned that sure seems odd that that happened all the sudden plus it's pretty important because he is one of the most prominent free agents this off-season probably the best create pitcher available in while he's been very effective before you have to wonder how much his stat line, the season, a product of the elevated spin rates, and then we'll those spin rates continue. Are you signing this guy or will he stop using that or will he be forced to stop using that and then we'll he suffer some declined because of that? I know that people's reactions to the way that the booth in the first game between the twins in the astros sort of talked about it sure is strange that their batting average is so much lower. It's sure is where they're having a harder time hitting breaking stuff this year and I know that people kind of. Reacted to that differently I took that as as the booth inviting the audience, which is aware of the Astros cheating scandal to say wolves cheated, and now they're not cheating, and so they're less good baseball and and it's a tricky thing when you have a broadcast partner and your, you know having to sort of satisfy a lot of different audiences and I think that we can ask people to be sort of principled. But not be naive to the demands and constraints that they have in the medium like let's be realistic about some of the forces that are at play here but it was very different. You Bob Hours like we know he's like really he seems to what the League to call him out for cheating like he seems to be inviting that in a way that is very strange I find it very strange while simultaneously just. Trying to stick it to the astros at every conceivable moment. So he is he is a complicated and sort of multidimensional person as we all are but if you're going to be enamored with that complexity, you need to grapple with it. Sincerely as is my request because some of it is you know I don't WanNa say it silly baseball stuff but we gets baseball stuff and some of it is much more serious for a lot of people and. So I, think that we need to be mindful of that reality when we're deciding to you know be so charmed we should be thoughtful about who were by yeah and his spin rate spike has been even more suspicious and much more anomalous than the astor's spin rates that our has called out everywhere. So I don't know whether he's doing this to make point purely or because he just decided I, really want to win that Cy Young Award and. This will help me do it or what he told Travis for the book that he had not used sticky stuff to that point and frankly I believe him, I think based on what we've seen this this sudden increase suggest to me that he was not doing that and then started doing it last September and I don't know whether there's GonNa be some grand reveal where he wins the Cy Young Award and says, it's because I was using this. Sticky stuff. So Mlb really has to do something about this or whether he is just trolling them or whether he's just decided that he's going to take advantage of the same thing that a lot of other pitchers have decided to take advantage of, but it's definitely notable. So if you're going to talk about his performance, the season I think it has to come up in some way. Well, the CY young will be announced in. He'll go back and say. If. You took the third letter of every sentence of the Swede I laid out exactly where I applied it and what it was like this is a really great reference from a a wonderful piece of cinema that everyone will appreciate but it's like in the snowman. Police, you could have saved her again you all the clues he says like that. Maybe less murder hopefully. So since we've been complaining about things I'll just say one thing that I found heartening, which is that there's not been any discoursed that I've been aware of about backflip serve any of that stuff which I have found encouraging because when we had the whole tattoos controversy in the three zero swing and everything earlier this year, I thought the backlash to. That backlash was so strong that to me that seemed like a watershed it seemed to be saying that no actually public opinion has shifted even opinion within the game has shifted. Everyone is on TAT eastside now, and if you're going to be the the wet blanket bully, who's GonNa come out and say something about backflips, the mob will come for you not for the Bat flipper. I thought that was a significant moment in sort of allowed myself to hope that you know. Maybe this won't be a problem again and we won't have to have this conversation over and over and over again and we've had taty spat flips and we've had Marcelo's Zuno taking a fake south of himself after hitting home run and we've had all of that and I don't know that anyone has vocally been bothered by it. I. Haven't seen like retaliation on the field or or bad blood about that I haven't seen terrible takes in the media about that maybe out there. But. They've not come to my attention and I. think that's great that stuff is happening and we're not talking about it except to talk about how we haven't had to talk about it. Yeah. I think that it is an encouraging sign that the discourse might be slowly lurching forward or has lurched forward in a way. This is meaningful, which is really great. I would at some point like to have a conversation culturally about like you know where the lines on that are the players do a pretty good job of making sure that when they're excited, it's not directed at anyone. I think that it's very normal and natural to like have a bad thing happened and be disappointed and angry and like grumble grumble I wish that were different. What you choose to do with that feeling and who you directed toward I think is where you know where you need to do some work and some growth some maturing as a person and I think that as long as folks are doing their part whether it's making sure that it's not directed at anyone so that it truly is celebrate Tori and not like Zazi You Know Zach's anyone. And, that you know guys who are disappointed can say, yeah, that sucked I wish that hadn't happened and von then everybody's in good shape because you don't want to discourage people from having the feeling I've done enough therapy as a child of divorce. Know that just makes you break your choice. Each city comes out sideways and you get yelled at and you get in trouble so you have to process it and we. Want people to do that in a healthy way, and we want people to have fun and enjoy themselves and Yeah I. There were a couple of moments around the selfie thing where the broadcast speculating all. There's GONNA be discourse and I was like shut up. No, don't don't invite the discourse. Don't open the door to the discourse door closed. You don't have to encourage just keep close this. Okay like we're just moving on. So before we wrap up, I don't know if we'll speak again before the division series start on. Monday. and Tuesday for the so are you particularly excited her intrigued by any of these match ups? We've got crazy Yankees we've got as Astros. We've got dodgers padres and we've got marlins braves. I'm just really hoping that San Diego's starting pitching his back and productive simply being able to pitch is not the same as pitching while so i. hope that you know woman levinger sort of in shape to give the dodgers run for their money I mean I had kind of expected that La would blow out Milwaukee. Those games were closer at least in terms of the score than I expected them to be although especially kershaw start it was just. I. Am sure you Sam talked about it but Ben. Exquisite. Then it made me just it just made me happy I. Didn't even get to watch all of it because you know the other games that were tighter and I had to focus on those resident. But Gosh, what a joy I just hope that we can finally be rid of that narrative. Let's live. Aleve all the bad discourse. Because that's what twenty twenty it's been famous for is just jettison bad discourse. We're now we're we're not doing that anymore we've evolved Still here. So I hope I. Hope that that series features a healthy starters on San Diego's part so that we can really see it in all its glory because I think. That one's going to be a tremendous amount of fun I'm happy that there have been teams that have sort of gotten some bad past behind them in terms of their inability to win a series, and so we get through that and establish new stories, which is always exciting I think that the fact that so many of these series have shaped up to be true division series is fun because you know Gosh, she just don't hit anyone like you hate your family and I love my family but I'm just saying like you just know him so well. So. That I think the reason, the Yankees might bite yeah. Yeah that could happen and ASTRAS and is not. So I think Astros and literally anyone it does not matter if against Oakland if they lose to Oakland, they will fight if they win, they will fight Oakland and the next team like they are just they're just GONNA be. Fights. Astros in dodger stadium. Also and so I. Don't I should say. Fights are bad fights are an example of of leading your feelings come out sideways and breaking your choice. We shouldn't do that. That's what my therapist told me when I was six when I was destroying her off. So I wanNA know what the rules are for the cardboard cutouts in neutral fields did the dodgers have to get rid of their fans? Here's another question can the dodgers put? Trash can cut outs? Behind, home plate they shouldn't do that. That's tacky but can. I don't know I. I would think that someone would probably clear those away unprecedently. They would probably find that to be not sporting. They would probably say that's not sporting in the LDS brought you but. Data chips and LDS brought to you by Dussan. Have you ever watched a playoff baseball been like I need a backhoe. I need some camping equipment I need some tires. These are just not products that ever need the camping equipment I sometimes I sometimes like Oh could use that because I like being outside but that's the only time I have one final thought on commercials. That's all have many thoughts on commercials but I have one for this. I think the guy who does the bud light commercials where he walks around the stadium beer. Hawker I think that man deserves an award I think he has some of the best line readings I've seen delivery. Amazing. It's perfect and I'm not here to to litigate the the macro versus micro brew battles we'll have to bring you know onto do that. That's not what I'm here for I'm saying this guy sounds like he is maybe he is a stadium Beer Hawker because it's He sells it seems like he has experienced. So either he's a great actor or it's true to life. Yes. They're great. I hate almost every commercial that is on TV right now we've seen so many in the last couple days I've just seen so many but that guy can stay. Beer Hawker can stay and if someone walked through my neighborhood and was like selling beer like out of an ice cream truck, but with beer. I. going. To sit here on my stoop because I can't be near anyone and I'm going to drink a beer on the stoop I would totally do that. So let's bring not innovation to twenty twenty sounds, Nice. Yeah. I just saw this Jj Cooper tweet which I guess I I might have known this if you'd asked me but I had not really thought about it that Chris Paddock's to in a third inning outing in game one was the longest padres pitcher outing in that series three games. Yeah I mean, that is a bullpen series right there. So as you said, I hope that that will not be the case 'cause like the dodgers are better than everyone, but I'd like it to be a fair fate at least I'd like to be both teams functioning close to the best of their abilities and I'd like to see women in clovinger get a shot at this and they played catch on Friday reportedly and we'll see what their status is but I don't know if the padres could knock off the dodgers but this going to be a rivalry for years to come I think because the padres are clearly going to be good for a while we've talked about how the dodgers are seemingly Perpetually going to be good. So these teams are going to be going head to head in the division and possibly the playoffs for years, and this is GonNa be really fun to to see them play each other because I don't think this matchup has happened before and so to see it happened in October I'd I'd really like the padres to have the best chance to make it a competitive cities possible. They won this one without who met and clever so they can do that but the dodgers are much more formidable opponent than the cardinals were. I. Think that it was well executed game plan and it did not feature any really major blowups but I think that like Emilio. PAGON on three days. You know throw in three days in a row against the dodgers lineup is GONNA end badly for meal begun and I do not say that because he's a bad pitcher I say that because the dodgers lineup is quite good and so I hope that their starters are are healthy and how some length and we can see that series actually you know go far and then like I guess I'm just jazzed for the marlins because what a crazy frigging story that is. So. Yeah. I think that I wouldn't have minded a couple more sneaky team sneak in bright like I would have liked just see what Cincinnati can do just spend twenty minutes being critical of one of their starters. But like that's a really fun. That's a really fun rotation. Yes. Hitching on that team is just great to watch. It really just couldn't score any runs bat really no, no runs zero. So yeah I think that we ended up with a a pretty good slate and I as much as I would have liked for like I said a sneaky team to sneak in I. Think it is probably to the sports benefit that we didn't see a ton of upsets like it would have been bad for baseball if the dodgers had gotten bounced in a best of three, it would not have been good for baseball. If you know something weird happened with Tampa, it's not good for baseball the twins really can't win an October but that's like not twenty twenty problem Play format issue so. So. Yeah. I think we we have some we have some good baseball and a lot of it. Nowadays off Ben I know right in. It's fascinating to see how these teams are handling that after conditioning themselves not pitch that way both during the regular season and planning not to pitch that way in the postseason, and then you take away those off days and that really does change things that flashes back to baseball from generation ago and I don't know how prepared these teams are for that. But we will say, as I said, San, it feels like we have watched a portion of the postseason already but really we have just gotten up to the point where the postseason typically starts so. A lot of baseball still ahead of us and we will discuss it. I'm trying really hard not to think about that partially because through through careful planning and just bang-up job by the fan graphs staff and the wonderful assistance of Dylan Higgins, and editing I escaped the wild card round not feeling. You know terrifically overwhelmed at any point and I earlier tonight was like I did great and then I, was like Oh we have a whole month to so we all just keep hydrating everyone. Keep keep drinking water, and wearing your masks, and we'll we'll watch some baseball and then. And the November comes. Right. And this is sort of a a sad note to end the episode on. But we saw the news just as we were recording that Bob Gibson has died at age eighty four passed away from pancreatic cancer and. Boy What. Can you even say about Gibson just to an absolute legend in every way one of those players who has all of the credentials that a player could possibly have been two time Cy Young Award winner in Mvp and Hall of Famer and World Series Hero two-time world. Series MVP and you know the incredibly love one twelve year a and just a great all around athlete who was really talented fielder and hitter by pitcher standards he kind of did it all but also went beyond the performance. On the field just with the persona that he had just a a larger than life type of player who remained really present for that franchise up until very recent times, and so it's a an acute loss that I'm sure that not only his his loved ones but cardinals fans are feeling you know after having been eliminated earlier today having lost Lou. Brock. Recently to have Bob. Gibson go. So soon, that's a pretty tough sequence of events. Yeah. I think that when you inspire the sport to alter its physical parameters. That alone is sort of an indelible mark to leave and it doesn't begin to do justice to his legacy both as a pitcher and as a human being, and as someone who has you said, has continued to be a really important figure in that Organization for fans and for players who have gone through there I know that you know as we were recording. I. Was scrolling through twitter in Jack flaherty relationship with him and it's clear that he mental out to a lot of people both folks who knew him really well, and those who were not lucky enough to. So it's it's been a sad year for baseball legends leaving US. So. Yeah. You kept hearing about his your a the season. Because people were sort of making runs at it because of the sixty game season, it's like well, he did that in a full season and you know granted big strike zone and high mound and all of that but it was not just Bob. Gibson. Now that prompted that change. But yes, there was an element of like, oh, he's too good. We need to change the rules. This is not fair. He's not hit. I think fed he's just a he's probably someone who we talk about a lot. But I don't know that we talk about nearly enough and I am especially with the news of his passing am so glad that his area record stood what is it should I would stands forever Yali well. So I will linked to recalls obituary for Gibson and I also linked to the Roger intial piece the the classic Angel Piece. We mentioned on our Angel Episode About Gibson, which is one of the best pieces of writing certainly about Gibson, and maybe about baseball period, we will be reading and hearing much about him over this weekend. Yeah. That'll do it for today and for this week thank you as always for listening and thanks to those of you who have supported the podcast on Patriot by going to patriot dot com slash effectively wild the following five listeners have already signed up and played some small month the amount to help keep the podcast going and get themselves access to some perks. Joe Morelli Allison John daugherty Jennifer Gardner and Andy O clock. Thanks. 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08/23: Extended Draft Prep! Thu. Recap, ADP Review and More (Fantasy Football Podcast)

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08/23: Extended Draft Prep! Thu. Recap, ADP Review and More (Fantasy Football Podcast)

"This is fantasy football today from c._b._s. Sports your email us at fantasy football ed c._b._s. I dot com. Take time to dominate your fantasy league of any alright brief caesar week three is officially underway. We had some important games last night right. It feels like real football. When james devlin scores a one yard touchdown i i mean that was just like so patriots also darius guys. Yes we get to see a little bit of various guys and we get a great quote that jamie is going to love from from darius guys. Happy friday guys happy happy telethon week. It's over good job jamie six hours yesterday on the air. You guys as well good job hanging out in in here <hes> <hes> did you guys ever leave this room fit for twenty four hours a little bit. I thought there was a time you know there's an episode of the simpsons where homer gets jury duty and he puts on on these glasses that have is on them so he can fall asleep behind them like he's way i thought he was asleep behind his glasses that he wore like he. I think he just by our government. W six on your chester yeah the chest. There was floored. I hope everybody got a chance to watch the telethon yesterday. How much do we ended up raising <hes> the well. It's not factoring in all of the <hes> auction items right. Oh i think just with the calls the donations through that we were over eighteen thousand yeah and autism the spot in the podcast league's going for over fifteen hundred bucks. You can still bid on it. <hes> you can bid on <hes> guest spot on our show so just go to ebay and type and fantasy football today and you'll see those items and we want to thank everybody for contributing okay. Let's talk football here. Who you know a christian mccaffrey didn't one game without cam newton last year yeah <hes> twenty carries for a hundred yards and twelve catches for seventy one yards through saint camp should not play give thirty a two touches a game at seventy eight total yards up like that <hes> camp yes so what we were reacting to it live and i was with will brinson. Who's you know carolina guy who's bet a lot. He almost did yeah. It was a he 'cause carolina's like plus forty two one to win the super bowl. He loves those odds a big great odds to win the division and they could be really good team so he was distraught but does seem like we dodged a bullet here and and what what would you recommend to somebody tonight if they were drafting what to do about cam newton. I think you could still draft him as a starter. <hes> sounds like it's going to be. It sounds like it's not a major injury so it's it's just it's one of those things where they were a year risk versus reward as if he plays like he's capable of playing he's gonna be in the conversation for five quarterback and adamy said many times he could be the number one on quarterback which is true but you know we just don't know the full diagnosis yet so that's the tricky part of it. It's not like i don't think it's the same thing as andrew drew lock because luck is obviously misled practice time and this has been a lingering injury for him. This is something new for cam but it's a shoulder injured. It's and injured season because of the shoulder he's coming off of and then now you have another injury and you have to wonder is he hitting that point in his career where things start to maybe break down the great thing is you might not feel comfortable drafting him as the number six quarterback like our ranking suggest his current a._d._p. On c._b._s. has moved the tenth quarterback off the board after drew brees ben rothlisberger jared gov so you don't have to risk much at that cost and it's not a problem to just draft another quarterback. I the stuff that i saw and obviously we don't have any inside information. The stuff i saw last night was seemed pretty positive. Yeah i mean there's an rappaport rappaport report that he that's minor. I guess us two questions one inch locker camden right now kim kim and to the only thing i'm thinking is gosh. He's probably fine. Maybe miss a couple of games whatever you can get by. Is he going to run as much because you know just like you said jamie is injuries and he he's only missed five games in his career but can is a guy who gets dinged up so i that's levin concern that the russian told it's been a little and some weird injuries. We need the back back injury from a car accident car. That was one but you know some concussion situations but after the concussion he didn't run that much. I eight foot do the the same thing. That's that's kind of been the conversation for him with the last couple years is trying to cut back on the running but you know as he has said you know a lion's gonna be lying now and so it's hard to know hold him back from from doing. That's how he got hurt. You know he's gonna be on whatever because he should say a panthers going like. Shouldn't you just say or tiger tiger. He wasn't tagger gator to <hes> <hes> <hes> that <hes> i think cam is gonna play his game right now. I don't know if he's going to have design runs <music> but he's going to run when things present themselves which is what happened to him last night news on the move and he got he got tackled so i think you just have to. I just want to heath point because we talked. What about this with luck. If you don't wanna take two quarterbacks you of what kim you know. That's just how you have to approach it. You know if you're not that guy that wants to invest in two guys like i have luck in <hes> i mentioned this keep relief before that on the waiver wire is mitchell trubisky sam darnold <hes>. I'm trying to think of somebody neilsen that twentieth yes some somebody today and said i have cam. Should i drop. I somebody decent for philip rivers <hes> mitchell trubisky and one of the guys. I said you know what just wait. They're out there wait. Nobody's picking them up and in my case and some leagues you have an i. R. spot so if they are missing time time depending on how you can manipulate manipulate your i._r._s. But if you don't have to have necessarily guy on i r yeah you know then you can sort of make a different transaction all right. He ezekiel hugh elliot reportedly received a contract offer that would have made him. The second highest paid running back so what's your take on zeke. It hasn't really changed yet. <hes> i'd like to know more specifics about this. I'm assuming this came from the cowboys side of things and we don't know do they mean they're going to make him. The second highest paid based on the total value of the contract based. He's on the guaranteed value of the contract based on the annual but it's only two years like we don't really know what this means. It's nice to know they're still numbers being exchanged. I've i've always felt that the most likely outcome is we're going to elliott week one. I still think the most likely outcome is he's gonna play week one if we get to next week and we haven't really heard anything besides this i'm monastir maybe kind of questioning amari cooper does not have planner for shabbat. I always feel weird saying. She says she has fasciitis. Okay fasciitis <hes> according to our your fashion easter. I don't know about that. I'm also freezing by. The way in this room is just dreadfully cold. Most people complex implant yeah. It's always too hot. We ask them to turn the air on. It only got cold for the two days you were. It'll be hot again next week. Well here bud day so it'd be hard aww tuesday anyway. He doesn't plan which we knew. He said it's like plantar fasciitis but <hes> i don't know did did he also fault aw i talked about this with heath and dave yesterday for you. Jamie did amari cooper fall to the back of that tier of wide receivers he fell. I don't know where the tear ends but he's behind. The vikings vikings guys. He's at the time the rams guys behind godwin. He's behind okay. That's farther than i would've. Maybe thought yeah he's <hes> just inside my top twenty. Okay and jordan reed that didn't take long valuated frigging cash. We don't know anything yet yeah i. I'm not even a joke about. I mean it's like an ankle injury. Maybe i'd like have a laugh sucks sucks. There's nothing with and got hit in the head and joking about when it comes to this no i i wouldn't laugh at what you're not gonna make any any light of a concussion potential concussion so he's at five documented concussions since starting college according to e._s._p._n. Is at three in the n._f._l. And he left last night's game after getting hit in the head and we'll see what happens but this is obviously a risky roman jordan reed damian harris left with an injury and we are going to certainly talk about sony michelle and jack's jackson wide receiver d._j. Shark suffered a concussion and we are certainly going to talk about dede westbrook. Today's sponsors fan duel fans are com slash f f sign up on fan. You'll get a five dollar bonus. If you have have not signed up yet dot com slash f f t you know i've been pumping up lamar jackson and maybe even markey's brown week one. He played yesterday but miles boykin can look good to so. He's probably pretty cheap for week. One the ravens are some our team. You can look at <hes> tyler murray. I think is someone that people are going to be looking at it could be a risky on obviously but a high upside the play against the lions and <hes> yeah we'll. We'll talk about throughout the year. Seatgeek is our other sponsor. The promo code is f f t on seekie again the promo coded f f t to save ten bucks on your first purchase. You'll hear about those two sponsors a little bit later all right so i picked the major storylines from last night's games other than then the eighty yard field which was ridiculous. Can you believe they didn't like take the game off the board in vegas. I thought it was good symbolism for what week three of the preceding turned into like this used to be the week where we learned so many things and yet as we did the dress rehearsal and now it's like maybe four or five teams are still taking seriously everybody else to joke. I the <unk> okay before we get to the buyer. So what's the most important thing you guys learned last night. You're at the dolphins jaguars game yeah most <hes> dairy spices healthy yeah. I guess how how what's about. How important is it to know like. How difficult is it a take three small kids to a football game. It wasn't difficult at all. I know they were great and especially that it was <music> an eight o'clock start on a school night my my seven year old ninos tolls in the at school today. He's in school too. Hey all right yeah. I would take it and he woke up and had to finish his homework that he didn't get done yesterday. Suss anna now. <hes> darius guide is healthy. He got a lot of work in the first four series. He had a great. Here's his quote. He had a great stiff arm and also i think counter neal went to florida genuine for all right so he he had like a hurry shoulder dohrmann killing no no but later. I guess he had contact with neo. He said the safety. I played him in college. He went to florida. I'm a little salty with florida so i had to give them a little shoulder. Nice osos border thing you learned some confirmation bias here but dede. Westbrook is the unquestioned question number one wide receiver in jacksonville. He was impressive yeah and my favorite thing. I was writing about it this morning. I expected him to lead the team and targets no question my only only concern was are all those targets going to be five yards from the line of scrimmage and they went deep with him twice now. He didn't catch either but it was pretty close to connecting. I hope that's a part the offense if he gets one hundred and twenty targets and he's getting one or two shots per game downfield. We might still be too low on him. The only got to see is where marquees lease rollers right. Would i and i don't. I don't like that might be three or four weeks before we see that and charges now has the concussion to <hes> also in that game i mean i have all these things that i noticed. We might as well just spit ball. Aw leonard fournette had three targets to catch. You know you had one nice run. <hes> offensive line didn't do any favors in the game but he <hes> yeah they. They certainly tried right. There was one that looked like he just kind of. He was about to get blasted if he caught it and he just kind of we've seen. I think it was yeah you know. I don't think that's as mentality but you wonder if it was just like i'm i'm good fantasy owners mentality and <hes> all right yeah. Is there something else that game. I don't know all right. We got a lot more. Oh oh the big thing that did that. I learned so the telethon draft that we did. We did with industry guys and the fantasy footballers were great. It came on the show. They were awesome on the show yesterday and the telethon and <hes> they took devante freeman round two so i play the game gets carry. It's called back was a nice gary back on hold second play. The game gets a catch approach like eight yards downfield. He was lined up think what yeah but man ito smith was in on that dr edo smith at a short yardage carry on that dr freeman only played one drive then the after that the ensuing drives was smith and brian hill this is not it doesn't look like based on all the history in atlanta a typical typical well the last two years of history in atlanta. I should really clarify a typical running back one workload. I just think you really have to factor in the other. Guys is well. You know smith mostly. Do you guys agree. 'cause i mean so lot a run that a lot of splits in a lot of multiple not mobile back to the same time but on a particular titular possession seeing either smith and freeman or smith hill. I didn't like seeing that personally as a freeman owner dave's been worried about that all off season. I i think days contention is more freemen's injury track record more so than somebody else working in but in the in that regard that they must be give him the workload. I thought that's swirl. Maybe so. I think i've always thought arguments. Raymond was just the injury alright history but i think that look they've always kind kind of taken the approach with freeman on the team of using multiple guys you know now obviously that was tevin coleman. Who's a different player. I think than what they have on their team right now. I don't know if he does smith brian. Hill or cadre can get to that level. Maybe maybe they can. I think it's not necessarily indicative fully fully of what we're going to see in a full game because they're gonna i. I assume wanna lean on devante freeman more so than the other guys they're gonna. They give guys work is just the i think the nature of how they kind of take a kid glove approach with him but in the third preseason game you know did they wanna put him out there for seventy seventy percent of the touches but it's still it's the last two years i've got him projected at fifty three percent of the carries nine percent of the targets for the team and that gets me to two hundred sixty four touches if he plays sixteen games at sixteen touches per game and that's why oh so yeah in two thousand seventeen when he had one hundred ninety six carries and thirty six touches but only in really thirteen games <hes> of the pace lethem yeah probably ably something similar that and he was the thirteenth best running back and fantasy while missing. I do almost three four games. If you're if you're looking at the the show and you're seeing where rankings things are so freemen's right now is the consensus behind chris carson ahead of damian williams josh jacobs marlin mac in this p._r. So like you. You can certainly debate the three guys behind him in terms of what their workload may be. You know we're getting reports about mar marlin mac as being three down guy factor andrew luck's injury and you know who's better freeman or mac is debatable jacobs. You know we didn't get to see him again last night because of the field situation who knows if he was gonna play anyway so we have really small sample size of of a rookie upside is their shirt but again comparing them it. It's probably debate the lot of people are going to have and then damian williams well of what's going to happen with the workload there so that's i think where he kind of fits in you know he's in that round three potentially round for rains. I don't think he gets around four but round three and do you want to take the risk on a guy that is it's proven to have the potential because we've seen it to be a top three running back that has you know questionable guys behind him no matter how they're using those guys but a great pass attack a great offensive line potentially if the young kids and the new players all sort of fit together so there's a lot to like mike about devante freeman and yes adam there may be some some usage situations that come up but i would imagine that you know when the coaching staff feet to the fire in a real game. It's gonna turn to brian hill all gonna turn to devante freeman yeah. I don't think that most drafters by the way are going to be taking chris carson over freeman. Would you agree that you guys. Have it ranked that way riot freeman over course oh you do. I have carson over freeman i and but i i think you're right to a certain extent. Although you know this is the time where the late push kind of changes a._d._p. Yeah and and carson's momentum of everything that you've heard read shown you last year and the push this is when the i don't wanna say the the the tidal wave comes in of the the people changing things but this that's one i could see changing ninety percent of our drafts hapgood right yeah. Yeah i still i don't i just don't i know that people are as bought into chris carson as we are specifically. Dave is around hoop. Think if you've been reading stuff lately i mean you know i i lead my bus. Column apologized chris carson essentially because i was so down him given rishaad penny my thoughts that he was gonna be more involved in and also having <hes> the minor knee surgery is all season one one thing. I want to go back to it. The monte freeman 'cause ties in so we had roddy white here yesterday as part of our telephone and i asked him you know why doesn't julio get more touchdowns and he said which which is interesting because we always talk about what they do inside the ten. He said they never really took shots. Twenty five in that they get the twenty five yard line and then they would just be a little bit conservative and then they get downside ride the ten and then you know he's getting triple teamed and there's gonna run in and if that continues this is where demonte freeman has a chance of luxuries that right yes he's always been great great goal line and red zone workout <hes> but one thing roddy said was if you're a julio jones backer is the i i said to him he goes dirk you know and in its dirk koetter as the office coordinator at the only time that julio jones has had doubled his only ten. That's the only time he said double digit touchdowns career when last time cutter was the offense coordinator there so if if you're looking at freeman you want to hope that it's still the same type of offense that he gets those those opportunities. Obviously i think a lot of people would rather julio jones get ten touchdowns on all right. We're gonna take a break and then we're gonna do some barcella with various guys with sony michelle with jacoby myers who had another big game with j._j. Fago whiteside yes that is how you pronounce it. He had eight catches for one hundred four yards and and a touchdown for the eagles and some more from the preseason. We've got a lot of your questions and i'm just going to stop talking and take a break. We'll be right back. Oh i cannot wait to play some fan duel fantasy football this season. I'm already looking at week one. You can pay up for patrick mahomes at jacksonville. I think i'll save some money and start. Maybe lamar jackson at miami play. 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Go go to fans dot com slash f. f. t. or download the fans will app and see why fan duel is way more than just fantasy sports. That's dot com slash f f not buy or sell here on fantasy football today by herself. Darius guys will get fifteen carries a game starting week one over the course of the season all all cell but i think there will come a time. Maybe after week four maybe after week eight where we do see guys get fifteen. Gary's game cell are moving them up after last night. Yes yeah he'll get a little boost mile sanders derrius guice center. I'll probably have guys hire just jackson her derrius guice guys jackson. Give me your overall thoughts on various guys right now what we should be doing. It's a bad team so that limits the upside but they were actually pretty good team for a running back last year. The defense is pretty good. The offensive line wasn't as bad as we thought it was going to be. <hes> i still believe in the talent i still think he's a by an dynasty <hes> his upside though who is probably like top twenty five running back and the other guys that area may have more absurd with peterson still on the roster and thomson it limits the upside for me for this season adrian peterson's sixteenth non p._r. Nineteenth n._p._r. Last season really faded last eight games. Averages three point seven yards per carry <hes> so yeah in the thomson thing right not gonna get catch on a pass but he really did look pretty good. <hes> sews a at least as you know hey. I'm still here dairies. I think if you're taking a chance on the bucks running backs. I'd rather have geiss if you're buying into like the the guy moved out last night. I yeah i hope for sure uh-huh why because you're talking like he's definitely bad like if he were in tampa bay. I'd be thrilled god but at least i'd rather pain barber because i'm out. I'm barbara but i think you now. I make the case for ronald jones of regards just because of the offense that's the only reason why but is he still the guy in or is he the guy in the offense. That's the problem because i think we're seeing. They're gonna these. Three guys aren't the redskins yet but i think he's then it comes onto talent. You know so offense is is obviously a favourable situation but they're all they're also is a chance that if dwayne haskins comes in and he's he he has made some of the most impressive throws but the thought she's yeah yeah. I'm sorry go finish no. He's not playing with the starting group enough to see he. Can you know make some plate not that it's a great starting group but you know if they had some more town i think that could help offense and and potentially make a little bit more explosive other also and it goes back to what i was saying earlier. They like four a running back. I'm not so sure. Washington wasn't a better offense than tampa bay last year but the different offense it's a slightly ronald jones sully different if but if ronald jones owns can step up and win the job by week four. He just takes it over from pain barbara. I think he's gonna be very valuable and and you also have disney situation that he may be dealing with you. I'm tired of like getting a little concerned about guys being dinged up. I mean he and mike evans. They both seem fine especially evans <hes> you know we're we're two weeks away from the start of the season. I'm not that is not a factor when i dropped because that is a long term play. You know that's not. I'm not starting ronald jones week one. It's it's a long term play. I would say the same guys and i think in that case. You'd rather have the more talented player. I just yes in almost any situation yes. I just don't know how much i want the guy on on what i think we'll be the worst offense in the n._f._l. Offense play last night i would i you're right there. <hes> basically what how much drake at least he'll be in the passing game all right. Let's go to our next one buyer sell. I think you're probably most people are gonna take guys overall jones so i get it. Please don't listen sony. Michelle will get. I think i had sixteen gene carries a game. Maybe seventeen the producers sony michelle by herself seventeen carries per game. He averaged sixteen point. One carries per game last year sixteen is right about where the garrett blunt and <hes> steven ridley were in years where they were featured so came sony michelle better that and get the seventeen carries a game really really good so so. Let's get out of sixteen so i'll sell that you're really close fifteen point five somewhere in there. I think it depends on harris if he's hurt then yes if he's fine than fifteen i think where it is because james white's gonna play and who knows with rex burkhead he's going to do i think they <hes> <hes> it's funny from one of the worst receiving core is to you know looking much more impressive especially if i i'm hesitant to say it but if the mary thomas is anything anything left in the tank you know that's still a guy that the patriots can take through the car wash and turn something into into myers looking like a boy right now and you know obviously what gordon and elements should be able to do plus you know. I know it's not <hes> it's not what you think of rob gronkowski but if benjamin watson has that same ain't season that he had once one time twenty fifteen twenty six hundred so yeah and it's better what does this have to do with that. They're not going and a half to rely on a ground and pound team. Everybody expected they were yeah they. They looked like what we expect it from them yesterday but they didn't have battlement didn't have gordon for sure. It was undoubtedly a good day for sony michelle in the yards. Per carry wasn't great. He did not get in from the one yard line. He had a chance you could have. I go carry from the four. He got down to the one they gave him. Another trion second go he got stuff and then he was in the game on third and goal and then it was devlin time and he scored devlin scored michelle didn't but he looked good. The patriots announcers announcers my god huge homers by the way said he looked good <hes> enya and then you dare lawyer you why why p._c. For life he had thirty six yards on ten carries short yard stuffed stuffed the goal line. He failed in short yardage entirely. He had to third down in short conversions. Oh so he did get those first downs but at the goal line he failed and his ovens lines gonna look up every once they made the trade for trent williams exactly <hes> okay so sony michelle or having coleman komen sonian non heaven and peop- your three cohen or sony michelle at pig dot back seven in both okay p._r. Sony michelle or tariq own michelle both i'll take cohen okay <hes> guys i apologize. Let's go a little faster here so we can get to all the good stuff. We have by yourself either. Either jacoby myers or philip door set is world acting so okay o. j. j. martires in in dynasty j._r. Theta whiteside certainly dynasty. Stephen seasonal is worth drafting. We call it season on football and we rest called redraft ball. Yeah still baseball guy sometimes j._j. Go ahead sell okay bye. Ito does hurt the rest of the guys that if he's gonna play yeah. He's a big good looking dude like as a football. I don't know what it actually looks like but it looks good on the field <hes> ito smith should be drafted by the non devante freeman owners buy or sell late round fire yeah by i. I think he ends jamal. Williams are the two guys that are often there and like the thirteenth or fourteenth around and i don't really know why because they they have injury prone running backs they're sharing with and there is a chance especially for williams that he just ends up in an eighteen touch situation for three or four weeks. They should both be drafted by oursel- leonard. Fournette will have fifty catches this year. He will join the fifty catch club. I gotta go by. That's a good number. I'd probably sell but i. I think it'd be really close okay. That'd be very good <hes> buy or sell daniel jones should be ahead of both kylian murray and wayne haskins dynasty rankings so a cell looks so good looks so good holy cow. That's andrew sicilian of the n._f._l. Network posted a he tweeted today the new york post cover after the draft and the new york post cover last night oh and cattleman holding his hands up and it was a blues clues or something blue's clueless. That's headline after the draft and then the heir apparent was the headline yesterday very very interested to see him in a real game but he he's looked really good any other preseason winners losers. We've talked about geiss and balaj look awful. Can we just say was jacksonville and give him an excuse twelve gary seventeen yards. This is how many is gonna make for that team. Though he looked awful in his first preseason game rather than one run <hes> so i would say at drake as a winter drake his jogging out of his boot yeah so okay kenyan drake darius guys drake y'all still take drake kenyan drake or to re cohen sorry to keep going back to three call. I i just think it's interesting point in the draft. Those guys available cohen right now just because he's healthy i'll take draken. Non-middle take cohen and peter okay how about corey corey clement getting all that work doesn't matter okay how about <hes> arkie sprout three catches for seven yards and carry which was immediately really crushed in the backfield negative four yards and miles boykin only at one cash. We turn it into a forty four yard gain. <hes> i dunno. I think my big takeaways something. You've been saying a lot both of you. It's just good for lamar jackson to have these weapons. I'm glad mortgage. Brown was healthy enough to play jackson. Not playing is really hard to judge how this with and it seemed like markey's brown. They were trying to you. You know short short passes. Let him use. His speed didn't quite work three catches for seventeen yards but you know good to him back on the field. <hes> preston williams i think hype is done easy to targets no catches and he that the lines of disaster eighty yard freelance player in that game was josh allen. Yes i wanted to talk about a couple of defensive players. Josh allen for the jaguars and brian burns for the panthers are both having very impressive. <hes> falls would send spring anymore. Is it summer. It's over the month up in between yeah yeah. An alan brings up an interesting point that i think this is the first year we've done this in our a._d._p. Leagues and i didn't i didn't even realize it until our reason i._d. Draft we have players listed at eligible at multiple positions now. Who's the baseball guy josh allen. Alan is now eligible at both defensive line and linebacker cool. It makes him much like any player. That is kind of a linebacker urban has defensive line eligibility instantly becomes much more valuable once they get that defensive line eligibility so look for that in your draft of your ninety p draft and then correct me if i'm wrong but but at night ep league any player who's listed as a linebacker but really plays defensive end doesn't really get that many tackles has to be great to be worth breath playing like a j._v. uncloudy right 'cause the linebackers. You're looking for tackles right. If j._v. and cloudy was only a linebacker he'd be almost useless. That's what i'm saying. Yes yes von von miller not not that good night good night but if you were defensive line than he would be awesome yet that's why when chandler jones moved to defensive line he was great and now he's back a linebacker and not so great. Did you say do you know jones. Can we talk about him going as a chandler joey. I know oh i'd like he's. He's a superstar. It's actually made some really good throws. He might be really. I'm very very happy about it <hes> i. There's one other guy want to ask you about that. We pretty much don't talk about ever chris tomson. Listen how much valued is chris thompson had have you had three carries for twenty yards in two catches at atlanta. We think he's a great late round pick. He's just basically free on draft day. The problem is how many games are gonna get out of them because you know he unfortunately can't make it through a season and what will they eventually do with guys in the passing game you know will that be something something that they can increase his usage but i think chris thompson's great at his value. Yeah i think our editor george masili was two days ago three days ago said he's. You'll remember what chris caught. Thompson did start last year. He had like forty five fantasy points in the first two weeks of the season and the year before that he was too he was like one of the best running backs fantasy the first six weeks so that's the nice thing about him a._m. Is if you draft him. You'll probably be able to use them n._p._r. Until he gets hurt it's kind of like the argument. I was making for jordan reading all right chris thomson. Take a look at him late in your p._r. Drafts when when we come back from this second and final break of the show five minutes of tweets i've got i think eighteen tweets. We're going to put you guys on the clock and see if we can get through all of them. In five minutes we have some more for news items to get to some players that we pretty much never talk about an absolutely awesome email that i want to read at fantasy football c._b._s. Dot com but five minutes of tweets coming up right after this okay. Let's say you want to go to a football game this season or really any event. 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To levian by the way i have no idea what time we started this segment so there'd be like a clock in the future we will be able to have account that today <hes> from fantasy football all day. Why not take bill at eighth overall in half p._r. You guys are lower than most of the industry mystery just nervous about as usage and talent around him from ron adams cup or godwin godwin cup from mike have my choice of draft position and a twelve team non p._r. League which would be best three three is my favorite after that it's ten through twelfth from a train. Can you make the case for drafting james connor over one of the elite wide receivers with a six pack of a twelve team half p._r. League i could make the case. I don't like doing it but yeah. It's not hard to make that argument. He was a top six running back doc last year in thirteen games if they don't give work to other guys will be fantastic again. Yeah you'll love him there. <hes> phil cuyler murray attract play defense for week one against this alliance. Yes i think it real talking to mike. Mcclure does actually because i think cuyler. Might you currently one of his favourite place. He is yeah <hes> i. I think it may a be determined by how this game against minnesota goes because if it's a disaster again than his ownership will be lower and i'd be more interested in playing him if he's going to be high on though i'm no away gotcha <hes> from jason springs for drafts what's best setting the draft order before the draft ahead of time or letting it auto set thirty minutes prior to the draft ahead ahead of time. Yes yeah agreed. Gilgal prep there from lakeland cox. Is it more or less important in fourteen weeks to get a second quarterback in the draft same yeah. I don't think it's determined by the number of teams. I think it's more determined by how many backups relieved drifts and by how good your starting quarterback arcus yeah. I guess the question is like it's all about the waiver wire so right. I mean he's saying in fourteen league. The waiver wire will be thinner. I get that i'd probably probably in most not harleys because i know we'll mostly just draft one quarterback. You you like to draft draft record. I two leagues you. You'd ally of okay. Let's see from now. I read that one from j rank these players and p._r. Jamison crowder geronimo oh allison john brown crowder brown health brown crowder ellison wow crowder head of alison that is quite white a preseason change also think alison. Give me the guy who's got more upside in that packers offense from doug. Would you prefer from <hes>. Would you prefer to draft consistent contributors for your bench or high ceiling low. Four players depends on your starters. If you're starters are a little little questionable then. I think you want more consistent if you love your starters than you take shots. I think that's actually that might be sort of like the jamison crowder verse geronimo alison discussion right. Would you say crowder would be more consistent. Potentially and allison had more upset no no. They're both of similar upside really if you look at the track record of adam gave his slot receivers. I mean in his three years. No no team caught more passes out a slot than than the dolphins. That's pretty good. That's very good <hes> well. That was jarvis landry though different player for two of those years anyway okay lost my place in the notes here. We go walking with elias. Yes <hes> rank these p._r. Sony michelle dalvin cooked chris carson <hes> domico chris carson sony michelle the from gump is todd gurley top five pick no from jordan in rookie only dynasty drives. Do you prioritize drafting for holes in your roster or general general talent that can be flipped later general talent that you can use later. I'm mostly going best player. Bill will ya from blitzkrieg. How early are you willing to draft draft. Emmanuel sanders seven a from round seven eight yeah from devon clorox or tied ride for heavy stains p._s. My fantasy is good clean smelling clothes clorox. <hes> i give it to my wife and she does like a baby powder treatment treatment. She's very good at getting stains out. Yeah <hes> john hayman says percentage chance of golladay catching ten touchdowns with a thousand yards sixty fifty percent the touchdowns kind of worried about yeah. Y'all go forty five yeah. Last one from ben is de'andre hopkins a number one overall pick no he's not but i don't think you're an idiot if you do that news and notes kenyan drake is out of the walking boot oakland in green bay played on an eighty a yard field and it's just like dude. They have goalpost in the end zones that they had to move with. You didn't anticipate this might be a problem and the canadian league field. I mean come on <hes> rashawn. Gary gary was carted off the field green. Bay's linebacker did seem like he avoided a serious injury roundtree. It was a collision i believe i don't think it had anything to do with the field but little little hazy the details there but that's a first round pick shawn. Gerry patrick chung was arrested for cocaine possession safety for the patriots pretty important player for them. I think they played one game. They played one game without him. It was the lions game was a sunday night. <hes> at the lions they didn't look very good and and i remember chris cosworth be like well. You're seeing them without patrick chung. I believe they were also missing a big pass rusher in those at this super bowl the lesser but we broke his on this one this one <hes> arizona sign michael crabtree nope okay. It's not good for the receiving core. Anthony miller could be limited in the first few weeks of the season according to the chicago tribune. He has an ankle injury and nick chub will be used a little more in the passing game. According to cleveland's running back coach stump mitchell so is nice when it comes from the coach from a reporter as good <hes> guys who had recently good pub for their camps tie johnson will be a change of pace running back detroit according to e._s._p._n. Same thing for justice hill for baltimore <hes> before the injury damian harris according to e._s._p._n. Was having a good camp. The patriots were pleased same thing for keyshawn johnson and arizona and then we already mentioned mentioned josh allen and brian burns to rookie pass rushers who have been really good their teams are happy <hes> he the wanna read one email and then i asked you for a little homework assignment assignment which you did which is nice and you gave me. You're gonna give us some some guys who are too high a._d._p. And some are too low but here's the email of the day number one from analysts ro <hes> what's up gentlemen. I'm an operations officer for security forces in the in the air national guard basically a bad ass female skycap. It's my second year playing fantasy football and last year i took second in my one league to my husband of all people sheesh and i picked up a team halfway through the year and i took him from second to last to the finals. Let's say that i did well because i listened to your podcast every single day even when on vacation hawaii or while working out at the gym and i was always always in the loop because you guys kept me up to speed shout out to brady who referred me to your pockets. Thank you brady. I think it would be cool to be part of your podcast league as a gunslinger in war fighting fantasy. Let's see football love and gal. Oh and did i mention. We have a baby on the way to just after the super bowl. Maybe if you ask me to the league we will name him adam. I love a chance to be in your league. Who who are the school meal so she did well hold on. She's definitely in water leaks. She's in one of the league's because i've i'm starting to spots not to mention. That's like the fifth military email. I've gotten i always try to get at least one militant. You should do it militarily just due to extra league. If i i am doing an extra leo an extra one and extra extra another one. If i had yourself how good i think it'd be over ten. You need to get through many. No i not know so. It's not always gives me more things to do enough. I will miss a day that you actually work the full day. I i work six a._m. He's at ten thirty. I couldn't believe it actually worked full day of your life. <hes> i think was since you left florida. <hes> i think you should do militarily literally. Hey look i'll do militarily. We get enough by only have like five or six. I think right now. I not try. I'll try yeah what we've producer bencher agar military league it can happen <hes> so hopefully with that but thank you for the email analysts and you already told her. She'll be in one of the three leagues. Three leagues are the fourteen team p._r. O._g. Oh gee podcast league. <hes> that's the one people are bidding on yes which of course which gave up a spot that's the one that also i owed to people from previous bets that were made from last last year. <hes> the guy who on the n._f._l. Draft contest is in that league so it just there. Weren't that many spots. We have the ten team for the problem right there. That is the problem right there we don't need to. They have a ten team league. We're just we're really do need to have it only extra people we don't need it. That's why i'm thinking we're gonna. We're not changed that will please. We're gonna make it a sixteen eighteen dollars. No you don't have any sixteen team league. I don't want to take this happened. It'll be perfect. Losing control okay ted t. league and then we're doing a twelve team league. That's just for the listeners plus. Our podcast producer ben is going to be running it and he's going to be in it bene- hope you're okay with that. <hes> he gave me some players who who are too high and averaged sixteen much fun as a sixteen team league gonna be awesome too high in average draft position. I've got five. We've talked about some of these guys a lot. David johnson has an average jefferson tenth overall. I don't think he should be a first round. Pick todd gurley is creeping up up up. He's fifteenth going in the first round of some drafts. I know you said yesterday that you think i off the air but it didn't count. We're going to look silly and he's going to be the number radio. Show <hes> that's what you were talking about <hes> <hes> i do. I definitely think tiger could be the best player fantasy i mean. We all think todd gurley can be the best player fantasy but you can't draft in that way so i would you take johnson or girly johnson johnson. I have <hes> my father son league with my seven year old this weekend and so the kids have to pick the first three rounds so i'm going to lead the witness little bit and i told ronin my seven year old that i'm gonna give him and i told us all the fathers they can give the kids names negatives pick the name so we're taking either either one of the four running backs or juju because he loves mister met the pro bowl. You know all those things so that'll we're picking so that'll be our fifth pick so i said we got around to. I'm i'm gonna tell you again. Leading the witness said i'm gonna give you five names. The first name i say is the one that i want you to pick. I'm gonna give you five names practicing the car today and i told him nick as an example. I said nick chevy bel. James connor todd gurley ten team league. He goes okay so we'll take. I said you're not understanding when i said to you the first name i say kid the one that i he's like batat. Girls going to be the best. He's there. You better just start saving for the university of miami. This kid is <hes> is a bright shining star dr. You can't spell gross. I who else who else <hes> antonio brown. I didn't like him in the second round. I don't feel like him at twenty any seven overall. I'm fine with him at like thirty seven like that three or four turn. I think is okay. None of our drafts does he make it to the three hundred. There's always one guy that has happy taking him. At the the end of the second star to the third the feet can be fine. The helmet can be fine. I'm still worried at this cost. I think it's going to be so interesting to see these questionable questionable guys and the a._d._p. Oh yeah in a week. I mean it'd be so interest chris harris who was gonna come on our show <hes> he was like you guys are dumb for being so doubt on all of us in the league dumb and i have a funny nando email in regard to okay. No gosh i know took. I called him last night because i didn't get a chance. It's on the telethon to ask him why he took in the fourth and fifth row back to back picks evan ingram o._j. Hal on the show by here it so i was eating a sandwich at the time but like he didn't really pay much attention when he wasn't on he said no i did a it's not a terrible that he's having ingram and our could all be be better on the show and the guys in the fifth round said on the show that when you compare them to the receivers in that group that they're just as good the problem is is that you're locking yourself. You're locking your flex. I hate your guts. Why two years ago we did auction and i ended up with travis kelsey and gronk and you told me how stupid hated having tied into the flex in ondo takes a fourth and fifth round tight in you know he's got two point oh he does. He does have a point but it's still a bad pick but at least the strategy prodigy if you are not convinced that you're gonna read not sold on having the play. The threat ends every week because you just locking in. That's okay go ahead. Idiot moron who else else <hes> to more jared cook and eric ibran visually cooks a sixth round pick and see c._b._s. Run his two aw there was born in the sixth round so bad plan <hes>. I don't see any water few but shoot pete prisco was in new orleans spent some time with shawn payne spent some time with your breeze ceriga and raving about jerry don't care i'm just telling you there you care no but like i said to pete and i said you know what when i've been saying that jared cook is the bridge titan yeah. You had the first six. That's i look great. Look on the other side bridge not so attractive and and jerry cook sally yeah. No i mean he's where do you because hume seventh day. Oh he's he's seven yeah. When are you comfortable taking him. How far have breath delaney walker and let's say jordan reed is how are like. He should be an eighth round. Pick and delaney walker should be a tenth or eleventh round. Yes what about jordan reed sumi health same place as walker all right <hes> over under drafted <hes> one guy stolnis list with nearly the same graphic of hunter henry is is going after jared cook and eric run. I there's some momentum for henry to move up a little bit in this tight end rankings. He's not just abe a._d._p. I think there's a chance he gets eric ebro or ingram's targets with better efficiency the the fun one thing again and this is why i'll say i'll pass on the top three guys unless you're getting hurt or kill in the middle of the end of the third round is i would not be shocked. If any of howard ingram graham or henry are better than to those guys at much better than you think. Kelsey is the only one that i feel confident going to be better than that. Group barring injury yes yeah okay okay <hes> four or five. I've got four more latavius murray. We've talked about him and talked about him. What a great value is. He's not moved. He still available in the eighth-round ninety two point seven a._d._p. And pizza that sean payton told him they are not going to increase compares workload you know i i'm slight slight tangent here. I'm very interested in y. P. c. for latavius murray because mark ingram has existed but the thing larkham has been a starred yards ars were carried. Latavius murray's has been four right almost every right around in the terrible vikings off. It's what i'm saying like yours in a bad oakland. This is where this is where you find out how much the rest of the team matters when it comes to yards per carry. I expect him to be closer like four point four this year so i wanna try something you asked about previously with the question in regard to bench players upside versa consistency so i drafted the team this past weekend where i had a decision to make went back to backpacks mile sanders versus davies moore you see the the situation here. I love my starting group so i decided to take sanders who i think if everything works out right for him better right now i have murray ranked higher but that's to me was shoot for the stars. Yes i pick and i think sanders hits. He will be better than murray barring eight alvin kamara injury but i i. I think you know again. If you're if you're deciding between players like exactly the way it's ranked after ecuador because that goes on a different category sanders murray geiss the two guys bracketing murray the chivalry. I'm sorry guys bracketing murray and i'll throw rashad penny in that conversation too if everything goes right for them they should be better than him right but murray is certainly has a higher floor and again if kamera gets hurt than forget about it's a different conversation. I think if you if you drafted alvin kamara then the your eighth round pick needs to be latavius. It's good value independently. I i'm fine with taking latavius murray in the seventh round. I don't wanna wait. I don't want to wait until the eighth and see if he happens happens to still be there. You're not doing as a camaro no well. I mean i will take him as a camaro but not because i drafted chimera just taking the seventh period seventh is an early early pick in the seventh round for the camera owner so that's a big difference between the seventh and eighth round. If you're a camaro owner but we're talking about twelve team leak <hes> but yeah alright take him in the seventh i mean marking was the fourth or fifth round. Pick right right okay three more dede westbrook. We've talked about him. Plenty ninety three point six eighty still available in the eighth round. Oh go get him in the six the title and then a pair of browns or bills. I said like i thought of a terrible team and browns used to be a terrible team but now the bills are <hes> shawn mccoy at one hundred nineteenth overall. I think he's probably starting flex. The first month of the season and this is the most ridiculous a._d._p. And all of fantasy fantasy football right now john brown one hundred forty seven thirteenth round. He's the number one right wide receiver. I give you a third bill. He has no a._d._p. Hopefully we aren't with us with peter was that they've on the show <hes> yes and pete. Why am i gonna draft him. You don't have to but i'm just saying the fact that he doesn't have an a._d._p. In the in the second preseason game five catches on the on the drywall josh allen and he didn't really slot receiver last year like this. I don't think he's going to be <hes> a guy that makes her break roster but if you are in fourteen league or the sixty team leader about that if you're looking for just a late round <hes> guy if he stays healthy i think he could say eighty catches yeah. I believe that was the number eighty five cats which at least seven hundred fifty yards forgot somewhat decay metcalf debilitated nemec f- forgot him. He's under drafted no yes you can pick them up in week. Five when he starts contribute who is going gonna be the best make your bold prediction the best rookie receiver this year is going to be yet here is going to be and it could be him without any good miles boykin. You take boykin. I'll take a i'll go back to what i said after the draft you know it's the none of them are attractive. There's not one guy that you could say is you still you still stand by cacavo reluctant touchdowns. I mean as a bold prediction that nobody cares about that. You made a bet with me with the podcast league next year. If you bet yeah sure why not i mean it sucks that he's hurt. Could we do it in only games. They both play. That's fair amount of games that they both went yeah like in the game. Such downs per game no touchdowns in the games that they both play oh tyler lockett doesn't get credit for the touchdowns. These scores indicate aircrafts not there because why are we gonna count is four games that you have place. Is it it. Is it games that he plays or games that he's eligible to play eligible like when he does. He may be sitting on the bench. Yeah okay well if he's like one of the healthy healthy scratch by i i am going to win. The d. came back half arguably glorious because like we saw without shirt off in it. It's just like you yeah. I look at a bare. You may win. The decay metcalf is the best rookie receiver. If you win the decay maquette better than tyler lockett. They're gonna be a lot of people lose touch tyler lockett since i made that batum a lot higher than on tyler lockett than i was. He's definitely a guy that we've guys have hampered at home the two of you. He's a writer for sure and and <hes> definitely like now as a fourth round pick tyler lockett. <hes> is you on n._p._r. Fourth-round yeah yeah a hundred percent close to a third and has member receivers get pushed up. You know so oh yeah but he's not a good catch receiver so he's going to be a little worse. He might then i'll tell you right now between amari cooper and tyler lockett just given the cooper i will say also like you say. He's not been a good catch receiver. He's been an exceptional catch rate receiver so if he gets doug baldwin targets he will be a good catch interest ever doug baldwin was up and down catch. Guys sarah call two one one two. We've got <hes>. We're looking at okay so it's a power syndrome. No no it's not so anyway. <hes> nobody knows i'm talking about. We're going to end the video portion of the show right now. We're going to go into the other room. We're gonna clear way for canal in belle. We're gonna going good very good mondo on though he emailed right now say okay okay okay. We're going to go in the other room and then you can know geez no. I don't have hate you. Jamie amy we're gonna. We're gonna finish up the show. We're going to read some emails. We're gonna talk about players that we don't talk about much and stick around. This is the video portion of fantasy football today for those those of you watching on video. We'll talk to you on monday and we're back. You know what jamie i sat here. I was like you know. We'll just do ten minutes and i thought no. It's friday people were in a good mood. They're going away this week and they have a long car ride. They're driving up three hours to orlando tonight like me. Let's give them some extra time and taking the family now just taken me so. Let's give them a little extra. He'll walk past your brother. The dolphins game yesterday but i was dragging three kids until he was walking like exactly walk right past each other but then my wife recognized your brother and she said go say hello and i said not the gators miami week. We're not friends this week. Okay so <hes>. Let's talk about league formats. Ten team leagues fourteen team leagues. What changes for you. I think it goes back to the kind of the conversation. We're having guys guys. Latavius murray versus miles sanders upside versus security. You know if it's close you might wanna lean on the secure player so knowing that you have a consistent producer close. It's gotta it'd be real close for you. You know so like for me. Sanders latavius mary back to back in my rankings. <hes> i wouldn't take ronald jones over latavius for example. I don't think there's that much more upside for ronald jones and so i would lean toward security in the middle rounds and then take some shots with your late round picks with the deeply so i think it's so helpful to have been in deeper leagues and draw from experience and okay and shallower leagues. Let me start with this and then i'll get back to my point shallower leagues. Do you think it's more important to get an elite quarterback in the league tight end to try to be alleviated if you can absolutely and i think it's also you take a lot more chances in the shower early. I say the word importance very funny. I don't say the t. a. d. i gotta change that. I got called out. I got called out orden's. Yeah basically say important yeah. I'm not good at that in deeper leagues. I've brought this up fourteen podcast league right fourteen leagues and deeper than that. I mean it's really tough but i've never heard anybody agree with me. Necessarily disagree but like to get your thoughts. I think it's so important to have running back active. It's so crucial to have running back depth in deeper leaks. The reason being wants to buy weeks hit calm and the injuries hit the waiver wire is just baron and if there is a good player on waivers everybody wants them so if you're in a bid so much like a starting running back goes out and you and the handcuff now becomes valuable when he's waivers or and you're doing fab everybody's on so that's why i really trend more running back heavy fourteen weeks. I would never do zero or something like that. I'm not saying it's like rb rb or whatever but i wanna come away feeling like i have at least four running backs. I feel comfortable with it. Certainly certainly is is a good approach because there's much more receiver depth than you know like we were just got finished talking about kobe xlii throwing guys like d._j. Charge if he's healthy trey quinn i. I keep getting his name lot receiver depth in usable players whereas we talk about going zero. There's a point of the draft where the running back depth feels better than the receiver fever depth but when you just talk about real late guys that you could just throw on your team you know as usable players that can accrue points much more receivers and running backs as you said it for over a year willie snead p._r. League you can say ten points from him. Five hundred fifty and it's not going to crush your roster <hes> so yeah. I think you're right in that regard i i would say in a in a deeper league feel comfortable drafting quarterback fourteen through twenty. If you have to the deeper the right absolutely take advantage of that debt guys like we're gonna find out and we're going to have our podcast league. I believe it's the five days right wednesday night on the twentieth recordings on twenty third that there's going to be two or three owners. That probably take two quarterbacks before i would say you me dave or he's take one yeah the potential there for that. I'll be looking for often that by the way please don't take him. Super are deep rosters. We don't talk about this a lot but our a._d._p. League as one two three four five what ten bench bots ten bench spots twenty seven rounds. We go twenty twenty seven rounds but how many r._t._p. Okay so it's like an eighteen round draft ten bench spots we start three receivers and affleck's no kicker kicker and no d._s._t. But bunch of defenders anyway i have on my team cameron artis payne and malcolm brown. I don't have christian mccaffrey and i don't have todd gurley but in a deep roster league take handcuffs because again somebody's gonna take them and there's just not going to be much on the waiver wire are i will say cameron artis payne if you're looking deep dynasty league is most likely the second guy through if something happens to mccaffrey <hes> drink be prisco said <hes> marnie the general manager of the charge charges of the panthers really likes jordan scarlet yeah ah yeah i thought about i mean i'm taking but you're right talking dynasty right dynasty you know week seventeen cameron artis payne had sixteen carries for fifty six yards and a touchdown down so there is almost no format which i want to drift cameron artis payne but if you have a deep deep bench you should get at least get your own handcuff. I screwed up in this draft by not getting tony pollard hollered but yeah get your handcuffs. Only pollard is going to be an interesting one because i think is draft value now to where his draft value will be in a week could be dramatically different hundred it will be one way or the other it definitely will be but i wish i had drafted him. Okay so to finish up got another ten minutes or so. I wanted to just give a shout out to <hes> michael who sent us an email. I i had my draft. Last night had a chance to get cam. Cam newton jordan reed. Both guys really liked this season but i was watching the preseason on my n._f._l. Game pass subscription and saw jordan reed go out with a concussion and cam injure his foot so is if they did great product. Thanks recommending and thank you michael. I know i sound like a show for these products but the truth is with great sponsors and you can get a seven day free trial trial you go to n._f._l. Dot com slash fantasy football today. Watch the preseason games this weekend and watch them on condense mode if you miss him because you can watch all you need in ten minutes per game basically wants to starters. Come at you. Stop watching all right <hes> so those are some formats as just to piggyback on what you said about that. Ep league took all three forty niners twenty max. That's the perfect time uh-huh perfect mccain and obviously if he's on i r but sure all right so i'm going to give you stats on. Do i only have four players here. Four or five players five players and i want you to tell me if they matter to you. Julio jones caught eight touchdowns. All of them were in the last nine. Games of the season doesn't matter roddy white. Things jones going to double digits. He was adamant and roddy is not just a <hes>. I i <hes> give you a little background. He is clearly a falcons guy yeah but he's a fantasy player and so he has his own opinions on how he's going to draft the teams names but he was very adamant that they're cutter. Coming back is going to help roddy help help. Julio jones score ten. He's probably the number one receiver and fantasy scores ten. I did get some positive my rankings when he said that in eight jimmy garoppolo starts only twice has a running back had more than three he catches in a game and both times it was called us chick in two thousand seventeen with it's just like saying you sick named in in two thousand in seventeen carlos hyde had fifty nine catches. I will say this kind of them. Were eleven games before lukla. Look at ben who's sitting in the room here. Then shrager producer look they'll just keep staring adam and spell checks last name all right good. You can't use that every andrew luck. First six games of the season before marlin marla mac became featured on pace for forty eight hundred yards forty three touchdowns on forty eight pass attempts per game colts went one and five thirty points per game the last ten games after mar. The mac became featured. Luck was on pace for forty five hundred yards and thirty seven touchdowns down from forty eight hundred yards and forty three touchdowns also fewer picks thirty five pass attempts per game colts went nine and one allowed sixteen point four points per game. They became running. Slash defence team look was great but things change last ten games to the matter if he's healthy. I don't care just be healthy. James white first nine games on pays for one hundred and forty four targets one thousand three hundred sixty two total yards and eighteen touchdowns. I nine first night last seven on pays for ninety six targets. This is not nine games seven games a sixteen game paces in the two stretches on pays for ninety six targets. That's forty forty eight fewer nine hundred and thirty seven total yards down from one thousand three hundred sixty two yards and down from an eighteen touchdown pace to a four touchdown pace does does it kind of go online with how the patriots play not really. I don't think so. I couldn't really tell anything specific. Haven't we seen over the last several years like struggle doug or early. Get hot middle run at the end. Yes yeah i'd say yeah. I'd say i'm not saying this anything anything statistically behind it but the feel of day kind of work their way through september october november they get hot november december like december into january is like they morph into a little more conservative run basting you with james white you know i think he is who he is. You know this is a guy that if he's on his game is a top ten running back top. Fifteen people are running back last one interesting kenny gal marvin jones owns played two games together without golden tate than the rest of the season jones got hurt kennedy in those two games had nine catches hundred twenty four yards and a touchdown on seventeen targets jones had nine catches one hundred and twenty one yard so almost identical no touchdowns on fifteen targets however marvin jones got hurt in the fourth quarter late third quarter one of the games. That's when six of college as targets came so jones at seven fifteen targets gowda had eleven before for the jones injury in two games together without golden tape. I'm not saying jones is better but does that. Make you nervous at all. Maybe god isn't that much better. The marvin jones else does does you know and you mentioned the the the fancy footballers appearance yesterday they were talking about. How much marvin jones at his value value is better than what can you do. All day is value in the right. I mean it's just a matter of i don't know i i agree with half of it. That marvin jones is is pretty good value. I think that's yeah. I mean like around nineish. Pick <hes>. I still think golly has so much more potential. Oh the ceiling should be higher for golladay. I mean you know you look at him. The way that he plays <hes> can dominate targets and you know you brought up. What's the percentage of him. Getting two thousand and ten touchdowns was right <hes> when i look at him and watch him play that's type player. I think he should be right. You know it's how's all going to work. You know carry on johnson going to be point a of this offense number number one guy or is it going to be what they kind of always talk about and then they kind of morph back into we have to rely on staffer with his broken back to carry the same and you bring in teaser hopkinson indiana dole three minutes left. Give me a quick thought on all of these players. We don't feel like we talk about them enough. Carson wentz top opt-in quarterback stays healthy could be tough. Robert woods going to fade a little bit based on last year because kubrick coming back but still you very safe number two receiver touchdowns worry me dak prescott great fallback option in deeper league to be your starter high end number two guy i would say i don't know about not significantly but clearly better in four point passing touchdown leaks veteran four point breath d._j. More hopefully cameras healthy slightly better better than curtis samuel right now hopefully a lot better than curtis samuel but not enough to justify drafting them around apart allen robinson good fall-back number three receiver if be played sixteen games and anthony miller sir could be a number two. Do you think it gets thousand yards. We played sixteen games right around there. Robbie anderson breakout season in twenty nineteen great number three receiver with top twenty he had like about twice as many targets per game like five to ten within without quincy an-and well. I don't know if that really i think if you go to your fourteen team league point if you go running back heavy you can have a very good maybe not huge upside very good receiving core of guys like robbie anderson jason allen robinson marvin jones alshon jeffery and then just take some flyers on some guys a little bit after that john brown that would be some <hes> receiving core. It's not bad. Let's see targets in ten point five targets per game without an only four games ten games with a five point one targets targets per game to darnold play all those. I don't know i'm not sure okay. Just a few more stumped me like that embarrass. I mean from ben over here just a few more and now i can't find my notes don't they pettus played. All of the first team snaps in the second preseason game. How do you feel about pedestals now. Nervous is he still a top one hundred u just just their mind us jones. I took a lot of dante. Pettis peta stock early like my scott fishbowl team. He's one of my top receivers and i hate it. Justin tucker great great opera singer apparently to how really how <hes> <hes> early would you draft your first kicker is they're lying tucker. Whatever <hes> not anywhere close to the bryant mcfadden scale who took him in round ten around eleven. I think it was. Let's a fifteen round draft would take my kicking around fourteen. I would take. I would consider it around thirteen. If you have guys in your queue. This happens abbas me all the time you guys in your queue. Someone you want like deebo samuel and you say to yourself. That's where you go. Well okay someone better john broder. If you save yourself he's got. Nobody else wants this guy. He's maybe it's your handcuff. Nobody else wants this guy. I'll take him in the next round. That's when i take griggs airline and i take my defense last so i take zero line then that guy that i wanted that nobody else is gonna want and then defense or you're saying round. Thirteen of fifteen hundred occurred to last router if i wanted if i want a a great kicker all right thanks so much for listening everybody i got. I got in on those all right so as part of the saint jude telethon we did a draft for the show and it was initially done as just a mock draft that we could have for content but as the show unfolded figured you know let's do something for saint jude and i made the initial offer to to the people that were coming on the show unbeknownst to them so i kind of put them on spot made them uncomfortable but they all said that they would laid out because i said i will make one hundred dollars donation for c._b._s. In their name for the winter so then the footballers the fancy footballers who also have a part of saint you. They said they will match the hundred dollars eric young from the w._w._e. Also said he would match i. I didn't hear him say this. I'm going based on he did so. There's there's now that i said i'll do the same thing and then i was like okay. It feels weird. I feel like i'm stealing your idea. You just do it okay so everybody's making their pledges to the saint jude children's research hospital as a result salt lake so being nine though i will i will bleep out the words so you don't have to edit it for you so nando replies back will oh. I won't do it in the waste <hes> well. I guess the athletic would be bleeps now. If we don't match the hundred two but will donate it in the name of the team with the lowest point doc and not as big of the beliefs as the guy luring into a mock under the guise of quote content fodder and then pulling the old quote played out move but still bill dot dot dot very good nano also had <hes> he appear on the telephone for any of you that missed it <hes> and <hes> we kept kind of professional we talked about his team. He did have flanagan's cup to bring back his favorite restaurant in south florida <hes> and so after we got off techs say hey man that was awesome thanks for coming on and he goes <music> all these aaser poem and it was supposed to be words that rhyme with things that relate to you like as the minas okay well. That's it prediction for for tomorrow. What did i say thirty one twenty florida yeah you're way. You're way off thirty one ten florida. It's going to be a runaway sandbagging. It's going to be run away by lowering my expect to help you enjoy yourself. I hope that <hes> i hope both teams play well and for your sake sure and i <hes> i hope that whoever wins wins comes out of this with some answers to the questions about what their teams will look like long-term because play will obviously matter more in the long run i i'm not opposed through wearing the giants once the on the show by the way i brought it with me. I thought by where today but is that a bet you know but i think it'd be fun yeah yeah but i thought i looked at it today. I said we'll see you should've worn. Blood is all dressed up here but it wasn't eighties all right. We gotta go. Thanks for this everybody. Thanks for <hes>. We ask who say we gotta go uh-huh.

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Eight eight three three zero zero one two three if you want more information on blue visit online at www dot du the goo dot com now available at select the big five stores near you. She said I want all breath on me so I rick tittle can usually be found at he baby Mama House thank you for that and welcome back to the show. One eight hundred eight seven a play. Yeah yeah no rumors There have been many Songs about rumors and such things and they Usually are bald-faced lies. There lies that gain traction and become reality usually fake. It's usually nothing but I heard an NBA trade romy yesterday yesterday that really piqued my interest with a Q.. And A. You heading into the New Year the T.. Wolves are eleven twenty twenty there only two games better than the warriors in the Western Conference Right. Not to say that they've been a disappointment would be understatement now. Karl Anthony towns is is averaging a career high twenty six and a half and assists four and a half Andrew wiggins finally inching closer to what he can do but the wolves are continuing to fail at putting a competitive roster around towns now before the season started remember they were trying to trade eight. For de Ngelo Russell Townsend Russell our good friends and that was the dream scenario. But the warriors put the Kabosh on that they made the trade to get it from Brooklyn and it's funny because Andrea Dolla went to Memphis is refused to show up. It's weird. How this whole thing is working? And they're waiting for a buyout. He has not taken dribble in the NBA. If I'm Memphis my what did we get out of this. What was our scenario but the Angela Russell in the first year? There's Max deal the warriors and the Kt Player is a first year of a five-year one hundred ninety million deal which he signed prior to the start of last year. And it's just kicked in so there's no incentive to trade K. A. T. but Ethan Ethan Sherwood Strauss yes. That's his name guy. I've interviewed many times. He used to cover the wires now. He works for the athletic to a national writing. He says the warriors are monitoring the situation now. There was a rumor a little bit earlier. That maybe if they really WANNA deal Oh to play with K t they would give up wiggins and maybe Cuttington to the warriors. I'm not trying to get rid of Diangelo Russel. I'm just going to say right now. I'm not trying to ease a young. All Star he can score but the fact of the matter is when splash brothers. Come back next year. The plus minus when delays on the floor. Who doesn't play a lot of great D- it affects everybody Eddie else? And we've already seen that when the Games he did play with Steph. For some reason they couldn't be on the floor at the same time which is weird. You figure just play but you gotTa have somebody exciting on the team but Strauss just speculating said to get towns. It would take take diangelo Russel Rookie Eric Paschal rookie in the G.. League all star Alan Smile engaged and a number one First Round pick and I brought this up with my co host last night. He said all that's too much and I said this would be a miracle trade for the warriors. It's not too much and it's like I think Pascal is going to be good. Yeah I think so too but you get K.. A. T. for four and a half years and so when the Listen to this. Bosh aren't getting any younger. Their Sign long-term Draymond Greens. One hundred million dollar deal kicks in next next year you can have for all those contracts. Basically you'd have those together if they're healthy eighty for four years or you can have the Angela Russell Eric Paschal and Alan Smile engage in whatever eighteen or nineteen year old. You'RE GONNA draft in the first round and I would be a miracle trade. I don't even. I don't even look at the target. Just pull the trigger and and listen everybody taller opinion but my co host was saying look I can't I can't give up on Paschal Am I. I I'm not trying to say anything bad about Paschal. I really like him. But look what you get you get a chance for the warriors to be the two seed three seed they're right up there with LA teams again. They're right there. The clips on the Lakers. No doubt maybe better. Maybe not but they're no worse than three with the splash. Brothers towns owns playing power forward or center. I mean he's six eleven that you could leave dream on at power forward but they could switch around now. Some people would say. Oh you need a bench. You need a bench. What did they have with K. d. they had Livingston who would come in and and lay bricks and they have had Igwe dolla other than that? What they have you know they had Quinn Cook had Who is the the guy? Lithuanians me in Sweden Guy. They had him. He was rancid even though I liked him. Your ABC. Oh Hello REVCO Yoenis your Ev. Your REPCO you can find guys like that I I just. I don't understand the say. Well I really liked. I Pol Pascal's not going to be Michael Jordan. And you say he might become an all star someday he might he might and Russell already is one but look what you get. You're not trading him for some picks you're not trading and more people are upset about Paschal then but I talked to two other people last night in the building and they both said you gotta do it. I spoke with mark. A bond is from Fox too in the bay area. He said I have to pull the trigger on that. You just have have to and I don't WANNA BE HOARDERS WANNA be a pack rats and say but I really like Pascal. I really like him to. You're giving a second round pick. Who is a senior last Sierra at Nova smile gauge could be dominant he's nineteen and he's an all star in the G. League that first round put pick could be number one overall but even if it is what do you want Liangelo Ball. You already got guards. Do you want the big man from Memphis office a skinny teenager. I'm not saying he's not but you have to capitalize on the three. You have now and and that Steph Klay Andrey you have to capitalize on them. And I'm not gonNA wait for a nineteen year old to mature. I mean think about it. If you you'll have looney healthy you could actually play loony. and Karl Anthony towns together and then you get have trae come in as three and then just let the Splash brothers shoot all the balls. They wanted because the words would get every rebound with those three guys. There's a lot of different things you can do now. This is all pie in the sky because the wolf can't be that stupid as good as Russell is. The only reason you he wanted him was to make Karl Anthony towns. Happy to sort of like the deal when Chris Webber as a rookie is fantastic for the warriors. We don't WANNA play center wasn't tall enough. He wanted to play power forward and shoots him Jays and so don Nelson said. I got a center great. Who is it Ronnie any cycling? Oh good I like him. Who would you trade for Billy Owens and then Weber said? He's my best friend trade me. I don't WanNa play here anymore. I'll never play here again. Don Nelson was on his deathbed if reports were correct. That's how much destruction meant to him. This is a guy who got married in the middle of the Hardwood and Oakland at the Coliseum. That's how much the words meant to him back then. So why would Minnesota Trade for Russell. You say well because they get Russell who's young who signed they get Paschal whose minimum wage they get smiley gates whose minimum wage and they got a high draft. Pick I just. I don't even think twice six foot. Eleven what this guy can do. He's he's still only twenty four years old you know he's not thirty It's just it's too much of a no brainer so Now remember these these players. This is what Strauss said. It would cost them to get. Maybe they do it without the first round pick maybe they do it if the warriors gave Komo one and a two and they held back Paschal maybe the warriors will say that's one guy who's not getting included you can have Alec Burks Glen Robinson The ninth you can have Jacob Ever Evans the eighth. You're going to have Henry the fifth whoever you want. But we're not the one impassable and they say okay. Well then we're making a trade then you say wait. I'm sorry I misspoke I said I m putting in Paschal. Okay now Allen Smiley gauge might be the next Dirk Novitsky. And how could you trade that guy when he was nineteen. Well you get K.. A. T. for four years and if the warriors are building a team right now I'd still do the deal but if they had nothing. This is a lot of times when teams stink. It's because they're era has ended or they're just perpetually stink like the word is used to do for decades there in a holding pattern they get Steph Klay Andrey together next year. Now who's the fourth guy. Can they win with three. They have love. They won two titles in U. K. D. but they've never had a beast like Karl Anthony towns who can also score. I mean this to me is is like getting Joel. EMBIID IT really is. This is this is who you're adding you know or a sliding as like adding Blake Griffin when we thought he was good for those three ears and l. a. when he was dominating in the paint and scoring in the high twenties every game As much as you can't get sentimental toll over guys if you're going to improve your team and not just now if this was a rental hell no if this guy was just going to play next year for a year and a half south. I'd be tempted but I don't know I'd be tempted. It's only a one and a half year rental. 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And it is a New Year's Eve here and we bring in our friend Bruce Marshall and last time in this decade from the gold sheet and the gold sheet dot dot com down there in Las Vegas for all your prognostication purposes and needs. We'll get to that in a second but we always talk hockey with Bruce Yesterday we got the All Star game rosters and once again it's going to be Three on three type who've turnament and I went last year and it was. It was fun I I know the. Nhl Experiments with something new. Every year one year it was North America versus Europe and then Canada versus the world. They've miked up the goalies. They've had all sorts of situations. But what this three on three. Not As many defenders make the All Star Game Roster look in the Pacific Division. You Got Mark Giordano. Oh is the only defender I mean. It's just it seems kind of weird. Don't you think it is. I mean I mean they start. I guess it started back when you know. When they had the puck with the blues slash behind it remember that they broke edited All Star Game About Twenty years ago so they experiment? I mean I'm not sure. I think it is interesting. Though the three hundred three stuff it sort of how just in general are your respect for the All Star game but how the three on threes have evolved as I mean and a lot of teams. I you know. They don't even put the fenders out there. And you just you got you got the three forwards out there. And you've got a lion just to try to keep possession so as a three on three sort of evolved and how that's a big thing in all star weekend. They're doing it. It's it's more for the fans here. I mean you were. San Jose thing is the way they did at Saint Louis as rampant rampant up. This year they have a lot of fun there. So it's just kind of a hockey celebration for for fans and I've always thought by the way my favorite hall of fame. I think to go to the one in Toronto because there's a lot of interactive stuff and it's really cool the hockey hall of fame there and they've made they all star weekend. It's sort of like that sort of stuff they bring to the hosting. So it's really neat for a host city and it's just kind of a fan friendly thing but their competition stuff is just it's going to at least they sort of admits Gimmicky. And that's that's okay too There's going to be an east each division A situation where a guy can get voted in so each division. I'm GONNA throw you the candidates for last man in and I want you to pick one. You're Eddie okay all right last man in in the Atlantic you can either have Boston's petits. Patrice Bergereon the SABES. Raza's Darlene the wings Dylan Larkin the panthers. Alexander Barkov the haves Max Domi the Senators Gong. Gabrielle Pez you the lightning's Steven Stamkos or the leafs Mitch. Grass Belene citing. I'd like to see in the Internet. To the metropolitan we go last man in the Canes Toivo Vine the Jackets Nick Felino the devils isn't Nico. He share the islanders Brock Nelson. The Rangers Meek Sabban Yod the Flyers Cluj Eru the Penguins Chris'll Tang hang and the cavs. TJ OSHII NICO his shirt. Because I WANNA make sure the devils have somebody there all right good knowledge. These central the the hawks. Jonathan saves the Lange Kalema car the stars Jamie Band. The Wild Ryan Suter the Prides Matthew Shane the blues. David Perron or Patrick Lane with the jets. Kalema car new superstar on the horizon and he gets his coming art party and the All Star game. I have to agree with you on that one and then finally in the Pacific a lot of old names. Here the ducks gets lawf- you've got a True Doughty with the Kings nugent hopkins with the oilers. The flames Johnny. Good throw the sharks. Tomas Hurdle the connects squint. Hughes and the nights Max Patch already Ryan gets lost for old time sake. I would want hurdle obviously as sharks fan but I'm surprised that Good drove didn't just make the team. Yeah Yeah I think so I I've Kinda surprised he didn't make myself but No I hurdle to sort of the same thing. As I'd like that sort of familiar name I wouldn't mind seeing him there or gets a pass. Rates actually played a little better for the Golden Knights. Too who I thought they spend a little bit too much money on him. Maybe last year they brought him over but He's somewhere rewarding right now. But I'd be happy to get suffered all it worker through cut more questions Bruce Marshall of the gold seen in Vegas talking. NHL As we always do once a week. When I look at the heart halfway through the season if you want to call this halfway here as we turn to calendar Where does Jack Eichel stand? And I'll I'll talk about some of the candidates as well but you know he had a seventeen eighteen point streak going and when he's on the ice the Sabers In half the time have scored more than half the goals when we when we he's has been on the ice and three hundred and eighty minutes. They've scored forty goals and when he's been off six hundred fifty minutes. They've only scored sixteen took him just thirty five games to get to fifty fifty points as well and he's on pace to shatter every record he's ever had. I know. Buffalo is in desperate need for some success because they haven't even been to the playoffs and nine years but twenty-three-year-old Eichel. Where do you have him? I think he's in the top few for the heart. I like my and you know you. You put mcdavid maybe dry cycle in there too and there's a few cancel each other out. They might get to you. Haven't guys what I call and I talked to some buffalo people. They don't think he shoots enough even though stats as you suggested. He carries carrying awful burden for for Buffalo on that line. You know his. He does most of the scoring for them but they think he could do more. And he's just naturally sort of Unselfish there they they would like him to be more selfish and they think you know he's already sitting on what twenty four goals now and and he's it's a different thing I mean you know Pasternak and these guys. They've got they. They don't have to carry the burden for their their whole team. The Way Kambas and I I think he's right there and I if he can surge the second half buffalo can somehow make the move and get into the playoffs. I think it would enhance his chances grave. Shirt you've got Nathan MacKinnon. Who's been in the hard conversation the last a couple of years and Colorado has been so good in the West despite a lot of injuries? And you think about Renton. And Landis Cog McKinnon is almost put that whole team on his back. Where would you put him? One two or three in the heart I would probably put him three and I'm not sure sure I would put Eichel one. Even he's got a shot I I I just think whenever mcdavid is on the ice you just Kinda hold your breath so I I think he would probably be one for me. I might even put McKinnon to ankle. Three I know carrion such burden for buffalo but Mckinnon especially like you said and he's sorta chain when when he he emerged as sort of changed the whole trajectory. Th- The asthma. That I mean it it. Since he's emerged really bad a few years ago rick and then they as you know they. They've turned things are a lot of it has to do with Mckinnon's presence so for me right now I'd probably go with David. One McKinnon two three very very close their pastor next coming up close. What's behind him And he's got the old names like Ovechkin and Matthew so he's not too old looking but that's how I'd let it up one two three right now by the way it's kind of bad news. News Ovechkin is going to skip the All Star game for rest. I guess he's earned it but I'm sure the NHL didn't like hearing that he's GonNa sit out John. Carlson is the leading mm favorite in in the Norris and You know he's on pace right now. He's got forty five points and he's on pace to have the best season ever outside a Bobby Orr or or maybe Paul Coffee and I. It's not like baseball where I think I don't like it when pitchers went. MVP's I think they have the CY young and you should get the MVP to an everyday everyday player but in hockey. I'm okay with a blue line or be an MVP. If he's really that good. I mean he's out there on the ice just as much as anybody else with his shift but I would Carlson. I mean I guess if you're giving ten votes maybe but where would Carlson rank as the top defender right now when it comes to the heart. Well I think he would. I mean especially with his goal scoring exploits thus far I mean I I I think he's right there and we. We mentioned you know Ryan suter earlier. He's having a big year for guys thirties up in Minnesota. So I think he. He's back in the mix as well but I think you know Carlson you know. Don't let's bring them up. You know I think maybe we got me. He would get some hard Consideration I think sort of year that he's not sad but I definitely yes I think You know the defense side. He might be my number one guy right now the Stanley Cup holders the Saint Louis Blues. Who as we all know one the cop without a superstar there was no veg? Skinner said the kid on that team. It was a great team effort and they had some good players. No doubt about it but I kinda thought that was. I don't want to say an aberration. But they got hot they got there they got the brakes and they got the Cup but here we are they ever going into New Year and you could argue that right the best team in hockey they are and they have been the last three weeks. Rick eight straight wins. I mean they're the only team I think with more than three game win streak Heading into New Year's here or so Saint Louis is really really you know. continued where. What and you know? The thing wasn't like you I thought yeah that might have been just a one time thing thing they they everything just hit right the last half last season and they came into the season wearing a much bigger target like last year. I thought they did sort of sneak up on everybody in the and You know I just fell into place. But no they've stayed. They've stayed really good and They got a few guys in the All star team. That'd be great great celebration and Saint Louis Louis timing just right to the All Star game that you're defending Stanley Cup Champs you get if you guys on the All star team. It's it's all looking good right now right now. They are the best team but December thirty first. I mean mark May thirty first look a lot different and we saw that last year so I think the question the impact Saint Louis had his. WHO's the Saint Louis this year? and that's what everybody's talking about and I'm not sure that's you know. Maybe Saint Louis. Is the St Louis last question for a hockey when I look in the West and sharks firing Peter Toward didn't help they have no goalkeeping. The ducks have no offense. The kings are over the cap and when they got there too old. which team has a brighter? Future San Jose Anaheim or L. A.. I say. La Reluctantly here. And this is only because I think they've got less clearing out of the old guard to do. If sort of transitioned and they they say eh system is got lots of prospects in it so in a year or two you can see maybe the kings making a move San Jose's better right now I think although it hasn't shown as much but I think there's still transitioning to come for San Jose and there's still some older names they're and they're gonNA have to figure out you know goaltending attending going forward and all that So I probably the kings the ducks you know. Maybe in that with the king's there but I mean the immediate future's not not too bright for any of them but I I think the teams at least think they've got The the new wave the horizon. They can see it coming. Not sure they can quite see that yet with the sharks for the ducks all right. We got how big playoff games this weekend. Coming up and the gold sheet is where you go. Tell us more. Thanks Rick. It's wild card weekend. Gold seat DOT com only got all these games and they got a nice story up there this weekend wildcard history and how it got going and how the underdog you're doing really well the last few years. Eight Note Wildcard L. Card Games. That's something to think about the last two years and these last ball games do starting with the New Year's games all the way through The game next Monday and then next week we'll have The the Crunching Lsu game plus a division NFL and basketball every Thursday Go Cheat hoops. GO CHEAT DOT COM picks up there including NHL also vegas insider indeed dot com gold. She Dot Com. Check it out. Bruce Marshall Live in a Las Vegas Bruce. Thanks for you time. Happy New Year and look forward to talking to you soon avenue year. Rick thank you good stuff. I'm little come on back and take money now. One hundred is not a lender broker or agent of any lender or financial advisor. We do not make loans or credit decisions you must be eighteen years or older. 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We closed our number two. I'm Kinda over over and I've been over this whole Antonio Brown tweeting thing. And then we found out that when he went for his workout with New Orleans you brought a camera crew with him an an entourage and they didn't sign him anyway and there were others as well but He's burned another bridge because he posted a video on social media media showing him in the midst of a workout and commented that There was a publicity stunt and he said I know I got really crusty tone lately but really I'm at peace. I just don't like the lack of respect in the world. You know. Everyone has deadlines I guess the. NFL Don't have a deadline headline from me. So I appreciate Sean Payton and them guys for supporting me and bringing me out to work out but I think it was a publicity stunt for them Sean. Payton know the feeling feeling of being left behind not being able to interact with his team. I don't have a team it is was it is. We don't see comfort. We don't make excuses. I'm going to to keep committing to be the difference because I know I am the difference so I understand what he said. There was one about so Smith Schuster yesterday. I didn't understand. He said he ready under five hundred. He ready under five hundred. I don't know what that meant but Antonio Brown insists those stupid that he had two teams and he actually had three teams if you count Pittsburgh and he He ruined on that All by himself but now the NFL just doesn't like him. Come on back You're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio network broadcasting live twenty percents by Newsweek. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow on facebook twitter and instagram uses skelly has for December the thirty first twenty nineteen. I'm Mike Clifford. The news arrived early Sunday president. Donald Trump had spoken to his Russian counterparts. CNN reports that did not come the White House. Instead the word came from Moscow where the Kremlin issued a brief statement saying Vladimir Putin had initiated a call to thank trim for information formation provided by the. US had hoped for a terrorist attack in Saint Petersburg CNN adds. It would be more than twenty four hours before the White House officially confirmed the conversation. The sixty three word American description the call largely echoed the Russian version with the addition that the men also discussed arms control starting according to moral all low income Californians younger than age. Twenty six who meet the income requirements will be able to sign up for health insurance or the medical program regardless of their immigration status. Suzanne Potter has our report. The state estimates that one hundred thirty eight thousand young people will sign up a small but significant chunk of the state's uninsured population Caroliina with the California immigration policy. Center says that will make significant progress towards universal coverage. The majority of California's uninsured are undocumented. Folks and I believe that's around one point four million Californians who aren't able to access healthcare coverage or medical simply because of where they were born in Twenty fifteen. The state voted to extend coverage to all children regardless of immigration status. So people who were on medical under the health for all kids initiative can now stay on it until age twenty six president. It's trump has called the policy quote unfair to our citizens advocates for truly universal healthcare. Say the next step will be to look for ways to secure coverage for undocumented people who are older than sixty five and with the holidays coming to a close some folks already gearing up for another stressful time tax season but some built Dakota's could find it a bit easier to pay Uncle Sam in twenty twenty about thirty thousand. 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The largest on the east coast to close down because a fish oil company exceeded the fishing limit enforced by the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission. Chris more with the Chesapeake Bay Foundation says the move is an environmental victory because because the fish are essential to maintain the ecological balance of the day they really serve as forged for a variety of other species. So things like stripe pass things. He's like speckled trout they like summer flounder. Birds like ospreys and loon officials from read. Ville based Omega Protein defended its noncompliance with the fifty one thousand thousand metric ton cap claiming Virginia's lawmakers had never adopted the CAP. However the State's twenty twenty General Assembly will consider legislation flation to formally recognize the limit? Were says men Hayden need protection more than ever because over the past twenty years the number of the small fish coming into the today has gone down. He points out that scientists don't know the exact number of men hidden in the bay at any particular time but they do know that this reduction has impacted the population of striped bass and rock fish in the ecosystem which are showing signs of poor nutrition for public news service. I'm Diane Bernard. Finally our mark. Richardson reports a bipartisan. Bill designed to proactively manage wildlife species to keep them off in dangerous species. List is pending when the Congress reconvenes next week the recovering. America's Wildlife Act or dedicate one point four billion dollars annually toward voluntary conservation efforts for at risk wildlife species in Arizona and other states. The money will be spent by the Arizona game and fish department and other state wildlife agencies to implement their states wildlife action plans Arizona Persona Wildlife Federation president. Brad Powell says the bill is designed to protect about twelve thousand species in need of conservation attention or Arizona. It'll bring an infusion of money to the state that'll be used on those pieces. That are being imperilled. Many other species list and costume billions of dollars once out occurs occurs the action on his. HR thirty seven forty two was passed out of the House Natural Resources Committee last week and said to the full House of Representatives for Action Committee Chair the Arizona Democrat Rowlett Grahovo ushered the measure through with votes from both sides of the aisle. The bill would also allocate about one hundred million dollars each year for Tribal Wildlife Life Conservation efforts a particular boon to Arizona where more than a quarter of the state's lands could benefit Arizona. Wildlife officials have identified five hundred thirty one species that the need conservation assistance if past advocates. Say it would be the most significant investment in wildlife conservation in decades. I Mike Clifford from public service. We are member enlist reported reported Iran Line of public do service DOT. Org thanks so much and welcome back to this show rectal with you now very fired up that mark. Norman was coming back doc in for his fourth straight year but because he's my favorite comedian now but he's so big now he's sold out so so he doesn't need to do press and that is a real A real star In his His galaxy now that he can do that. Just come into San Francisco on sell out. Because the first time he came in four years ago I had never heard of him. I fully admit that I I never heard of them and so anyway he won't be coming in which will like I said that sox but on the other are hand that's also a really cool for him. I'm happy for him is earned it. Laugh a minute mark nor Monday with a d. 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I'm just not going to get on a plane and go over there there. You go fair enough man. I respect that and it's in your DNA. There's not much you can do about it now right if the buck moved. If the bucks somehow somehow wanted to move to Toronto I would still follow the team until the day. I died more likely and I understand that completely. So would you feel about if I said. Okay you got The the buccaneer roster asking price and you have the Oakland Raiders Roster as comprise. Who Do you feel better about the next five minutes in the next three years about Moving onto the next level. Well I honestly I don't know the the bucks roster much but I can say that I would go with the raiders because I give Mike Mayock full credit for a draft class that scored seventeen touchdowns which is the most in the history of the raiders. They've got a defensive end ahead more sacks and and defensive Tackles for loss the nick posts and Max Crosby. They got a sure handed tied in and Miro they got a nice third-down piece in in hunter. RENFRO maybe they're worse pick was their first one and uh-huh furled but I like Malia do much he didn't he didn't but you know it's hard with defensive Lineman Rick they have to get so much stronger and they really have to learn how to use their hands at the next level if you you will see a lot of hall of fame defensive you'll see some that pop but you'll see a lot of hall of fame defensive Lineman that really didn't make much of an impact in their first year. I'd give it a minute before you say that's his worst bit. Well I mean so far that th th th this is the thing they trade Khalil Mack and then they. They Moan all year last year that they didn't have a pass rush because they were the worst in the NFL. So Mike May said that was his priority. So you draft for all and you say this is going to be our our pass rusher and you kind of just in case he doesn't work out or you want another crosby in the fourth round which is fine but you know Josh Allen was still on the board. He went to the first name that came aim to buy a nightmare for the buccaneer buccaneers game. But he was a nightmare. Yeah yeah like eleven sacks he was a star. SEC But the thing about furlough is that he wasn't get any sacks and then Mike mayock said well he's playing out of position he's got to play defensive tackle and I'm like well Lo. Why didn't you draft Oliver? I mean you're the guy saying this was the cure to the Pasha so they kind of changed their mind when they saw he wasn't this this is why he was projected to go from fourteen to eight. Not Four overall. Yeah I saw talking play a couple of times with Clemson. He was not the best defensive. Lineman on that team I was probably Kristin Wilkinson Oscars. Yeah exactly so. I think I'd have to you know if I went so then I can't obviously spot them off instantaneously and go by position by position that you just did you pick the the the sort of pick the strong points for the raiders and a little bit of the weaker points for the for the bucks but I must have a good roster where you guys are. You guys are definitely ahead of quarterback that's all I'll say I mean there ever all the crap you here people about car Let me tell you if you were to. If you take the single most important stat in football which is turnover differential. I would say you guys are much better safe than we are a quarterback. Yeah no I know at least well. That's the thing about the thirty for thirty. Do you think Winston is gonNA stick Arians said. Yeah this guy with anybody What did you think of that statement? I think well part of it is. I don't know if their their parents as in cahoots obviously all coaches or head coaches in cahoots with their GM and I want to have as much leverage to sign the players. They want free agency. So Oh it could've been anything as simple as that or could have just been a matter of coaches pride or could have been a matter of this guy. Can't this guy for all the body stats cost five games. It's at least five games this year so it could have been or could have been some appropriate combination of those three things. It's hard to say you know what happens to a guy in front of the microphone when and ask the question in that context right when emotions are still raw and the guy ends the season the guy but I mean Winston and the coach both and have their seasons then on a very typical jameis winston interception and by typical. I mean for all the all the defenders who say well you know. His his depth of route is death of attempt to so much bigger than everyone else. Some some analytics Guy said it's like he's still playing the AFL the way they run their system. I happen to have seen every single. Snap Jameis Winston took and I can live with the ones that happened. Twenty six yards down the field. But there's a hell of a M to happen five yards down the field the over for picnics. Those you I don't know about those what do you think about the poignant moment of him and this is you know Dennis China's secondly coined the term in a different sport but to close out the season with a pick six. I mean that's fitting. Isn't it as an ex exactly what I wrote on twitter I to somebody who has to well now what you know. Well that's very how do you feel about ending the season. It's very fitting. The first play of his career was a fix very may well be the last play of his career in books uniform. Pick sex and what I'll say is you know the fear that we have in Tampa. I'm GONNA give you three names. Trent dilfer Doug Doug Williams and Was the last one that went on super bowl elsewhere. Steve Young okay. Yeah those are those are three names. One of them's a hall of Famer Famer. Two of them were very solid. Okay Vinny Testaverde went to an AFC title game. It was with a few. You know a player to getting the Super Bowl. That's the fear you have when you let a guy with that kind. aww teammates them throws Rick Sunday. That just I just was texting with with my local guy here and I and I said to myself. Wow and then the next leader he made eight US voted for Shark Pyramid in the middle of three guys. There might have been the best though I've seen in the NFL this year and then of course he made one. That was six yards down the field to a veteran perceiver. It wasn't a bad route. It wasn't a bad wasn't inaccurate. The Guy just knew it was coming because he's scared as receiver down and jumped it and took it in and ended the season seven nine instead of eight and eight and I know that you get better draft. Pick with seven and nine wrecks on your drafty between fifteen and twenty. Doesn't make that damn much difference because you knew drafting down there. You're not getting a difference maker anyway. Okay you're trying to fill holes. Let me ask you a question before we go to break when they drafted vinny testaverde. They obviously traded Steve Young. But when Steve Young was with the bucks they were a last placed team and he threw a million interceptions. Did you think at the time we can't give up on this guy. He's is too good or do you think we got tested dirty. WHO gives a damn? Yeah I thought he was. Just I didn't I wasn't sold on already because I've never even at that age. You know fairly a young fan. I thought I don't trust guys come from surrounded by that much talent. It's too easy. It's really difficult to evaluate jameis Winston and And and Vinny Testaverde when they're surrounded by that much talent but I did not think Steve Young was going to ever develop into the kind of guy that took five and seven step drops Scan the fields his back foot and made accurate delivery and you know what he developed into a guy that was the most after it in the history of the his. I mean. He didn't have that rocket arm but he was able to drop it in. You know he looks at your in your mind. You talk about Joe Borough everybody. Everybody talks about Joe Boroughs being this guy or that guy the accuracy of what you remember those. How long ago happier thirty seconds? Yeah remember those you put your deposit slips instead of bank and those tubes and then you hit that when Joe Borough throws the ball. It's like he put the football and one of those to go straight into his receivers hands hands and it falls right you know. It almost looks like the ball slows down before before it hits the guys that his receivers midst. It's just fantastic away. Those the football that being said I would really like to see what he does with the combine. 'cause there's a billion guys that have looked at grade at college and don't have the arm to fit it in tight windows and that requirement requirement and the job description. I know somewhere houses. I think Home Depot. They still use that sucking thing. That's a pretty cool invention and I'm sorry. Sorry Edit and we close twenty twenty year twenty twenty nineteen and go to the next day gate lamenting couple of all middle aged elderly guys at the. So you've been gone. That's exactly what you can say. It was much better when things sacked more all right. Thanks for the call Charlie. We'll get you on the other side. How can you tell I wanted? And it has been said that everyone has a book in them but you have the time the ability to write your book. 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The eight eight three three zero zero one two three if you want more information on blue visit online at www dot du dot com now available at select the big five stores. Thors Muir you. Where did you get those clothes at the toilet store? It the way I I. I'm so disgusted by Rick tittle that I find him very intoxicating. Thank you for that and welcome back to the show rick to the with you. Coast to coast and around the world on the American Forces Radio Network all right From these wild card games I must feel like it's a Friday not doing a show tomorrow and we'll get into the rick's pics but we'll get into that. Let's go to New York City with our good buddy the raider fan. Charlie Charlie. Where are you in New York City? Rick what's going on In Times Square in. And I told you once before a hell's kitchen. which is it's no longer called Hell's kitchen it's called Clinton now but it's in You know I live right on forty second street on Eleventh Avenue all the way down by the right way the US intrepid you. There's been built up its gentrify a lot But I remember you telling me you when you were here in alphabet city lower deciding the village college east village. I and Saint Marks which is between eighth seventh and ninth. There would be so you would be I. I think forty second street. Yeah you could walk all the way down and go right into Times Square. Couldn't you absolutely just shoot right up forty second street. He's like Oh from eleven and yeah and that's that's right. We're the Lincoln Tunnel is absolutely i. I I just all that toxic uh-huh which makes me a young in Vero I would sorta near you a little bit south when I did the I walked a highline line. But that's more Chelsea right. Yes it starts Twenty that's beautiful up there. Twenty seven twenty six th street. They converted an old L. Line and they built up. All that landscape is beautiful. Yeah shoots right. Down Chelsea Sue I think Fourteenth Street So it's not that far from me I I. It's definitely what walking distance for me. You know most most people in Manhattan do ton of walking because everything is relatively close. I mean if you're in midtown you can pretty much get anywhere you know. I walk down to the village to. It's it's a you know on a nice day. It's nice exercise all all right. What's on your Momma friend to football points and one basketball point one regarding Antonio Brown? I want him to just go away now. I'm I listen. He's he was on course to be in the hall of fame us on path to have hall of fame career but And clearly there's something psychologically wrong with them in in my opinion. I hope he gets the help that's needed. Because he's there's something not I right there which is very sad and unfortunate but much like the Kardashians. I just want him to go away. I don't WanNa hear about him any more. So that's my one point second second point we'd like to get your opinion on to incognito The he's raised us a lot more for two years. I was I think along with you. I remember you mentioning him perfectly. Perfect they should be roommates season. Started Incognito I remember game with Aikman and Buck. We're doing an eighth mink to Paris. He said he was playing. So well here that you compared him on the level of Larry Allen which totally blew me. I don't know if you were listening to watch that game. Where if you AH eight nine? Compared him that that he's playing on that level. So I you know I. I'm glad they lock them up. I mean he's older. He's thirty thirty five again. He needs to stay on the straight narrow and he's clearly has issues and it seemed like he kept his head straight the season and I personally like the signing. So I don't know how you feel about Incognito coming back for two years yes extension I I think it was fourteen million if I'm not mistaken and I'm like yeah listen. I raised my hand and I went out of my way to say I didn't want any part of this guy. Thought that you know sometimes guys get second chances but with the whole thing about you know the sawing his father's head off so he could freeze and then he said he's GonNa come back and shoot shoot everybody. I didn't I didn't want him to eating lunch. With Derek Carr but in camp he was not hard knocks. He was this gregarious jovial guy and then he played really well all year. So if you think about him you think about waller who had substance abuse issues and you're always gonNA credit the man but I gotta say. Hey the raiders took a chance on a couple of guys with huge red flags and they did really well. I'm surprised yes. I'm I'm glad like people like waller you. We like to get those stories. And now he's turning you know he's on you know top four heart three four best tight end in the league in my opinion. Yeah you like hearing in those stories so hopefully and I heard the same things you see the so so how was on hard not hard knocks So I'm happy about that real happy about that and a and I finally basketball point you were talking about i. I agree with you because I think with my fellow. You can't debate with Knick fans because they're completely Incoherent but a lot of them feel the guys I work with and we talk. I I agree with you. You need to utilize I take advantage of the fact that Steph in Clay Andrey or late twenties you know thirty thirty one and if you could somehow pull off a trade reading bring in The cat man. or or you know. Type Big pipedream. Honest a combo. which I don't think will happen? But but they're saying that it would be better off drafting someone like an Anthony Edwards or Wiseman and she can bridge that gap and and then they're saying wouldn't you rather have my Try to have an extended Run of success. Like the Spurs franchise where you're relevant for fifteen twenty plus years I listen there's something intriguing about keeping one of those young guys with those guys but I agree with you I think. Ultimately you gotta take advantage of these three guys. 'cause this is. This is a gap year. This is their sabbatical. And you will rested for Lebron last year He. He's playing like an empty level so I think they need to pull walk some package trade. I don't know what's available but I agree with you anyway. Rick Happy New Year. Happy are you going to walk. Walk over to the Maelstrom and watch the ball drop and freeze your behind off with a million It's amateur night out. I'll be sleeping I I'm fifty two I I I my my my partying days are over. I I'll I'll be watching I've been I've done that and they're cold to do it once. Well I'm fifty Steve Foreign. So I'm even more of a wreck all your more decrepit than me. I will often tuning in Thursday birthday Thursday so yes I am. Thank you for your support. Happy New Year. But Hey buddy I really appreciate that Charlie out there in New York and you know I didn't never really had been to New York just really briefly in my life I spent. I've seen more of Europe than the United States and it's not because he peter. It's just because it worked out that way I'm into I had been to more national capitals before I even got to Washington DC. I went there. What about I don't know ten years ago But these last two years in December this year I didn't go to army navy had to say no. It's a definite. Yes ask for me next year though if they want to ask. Because I believe next year's game is in New Jersey not philly which would mean that I would. I guess our hotels would be in Manhattan. That would be pretty recall. But I'm fascinated with New York City because anyone first of all who's American all all you do is your whole life. You hear about certain things in this country and you hear about New York City you hear about all these neighborhoods and you hear about the boroughs but and you can look on a map. But it's not until you actually go there and actually spend some time and I stayed in Brooklyn for a week. I stayed in the East village for a week and and I still. I'M NOT GONNA say I'm an expert. I'm far from an expert but at least I now have a pretty good understanding of how everything lays out and where the neighborhoods kids are the difference between the Bronx and Brooklyn and Staten Island and Queens and Long Island and how it all ties into it. And it's just to me the The most exciting city in America Times a million now did I say I want to live there. I don't WanNa live everywhere anywhere where there's snow because I'm too much of a wimp now and living in snow to me gets a little old to save east but I mean if I was super-rich I would spend my summers and my springs and my summers in New York City and then I would come back here in the fall the. NFL is really rich. Then I would spend my spring and my summers in London and no offense to New York but I I put London just a notch above because of the the The soccer occur element to it. But if you've never been in New York City I can't recommend it more than it's just A now most most of you probably already have. I just lagged. It took me forever to really. I mean I said I'd been there but I had never really explored it and I remember was it three years ago. I looked down at my phone. That would tell you how far you've walked. Now this is in. I'M NOT GONNA say deep snow but it was snowing and a little bit was sticking so it's probably about an inch of snow on the ground. 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Somebody put together other and piled up all the cans of Dr Pepper knockoffs and it's hilarious was the first one. I thought it was mister pip or I used to call it nurse PIP. That's not even here. This is an. I'm not kidding. These are all real cans. There's Dr Snap Dr k Dr Choice Dr Bold Dr Shaw's Dr Dr Perky Dr Shasta Dr a plus Dr Perfect Dr Bob Dr Stars and Stripes. Dr Wow Dr Chill Dr Spice Dr Fine Dr Skipper. Dr Thunder the doctor. Doctors Zevia Dr Dynamite right Dr Trimmer doctor right. And then my two favorites real doctor and Dr Becker the Hell Dr Becker That's that's really refreshing. I WANNA can of Dr Becker at sounds like a of three old guy with a stethoscope but if I had to pick my favorite real doctor someone like Mike. Is this real Dr Pepper. Yeah look real doctor real doctor would just real doctor shut up. Okay just shut up all right. I guess I have to shut up now looking at the wild card games this weekend. It's funny there was a tweet sent out by guy who said if the dolphins beat the Patriots. I will get a Ryan Pat Fitzpatrick Dolphins Jersey. And I also get a Ryan Fitzpatrick Jersey from every team. He's been on so we'll see if he like. I need to go fund me page now but I mean anything can happen. It's crazy stuff. quarterback debuts in the wildcard era on average three point four quarterbacks make their first playoff start every ear. That's right point four. Only up to your crutch there have been six wildcard match-ups where both QB's were making their playoff debut. Sell sell with a lot of injury replacements and backups. And we'll there'd be that type of thing. I wild card weekend as I said since two thousand to court time to change quarterbacks making the first career playoff start in the wildcard round are eight and Twenty eight to twenty ninety two percent winning percentage as favorites. There are three and eleven against the spread as a dog. They're seven and fifteen against the spread and sixty four percent. Take the under twenty seven and fifteen. So who's GonNa to make their debut. Three guys Josh Allen in his second year sucky year second year with the bills Hashtag go bills is is there official when the raiders is Raider Nation Carson Wentz who has a super bowl ring but in the playoffs two years ago now and and his is Hashtag fly. Eagles fly fly eagles fly. Let's fly Robin Fly. And the third one Ryan Tannehill has been around. What had a decade Hashtag Titans Josh Allen Ryan Tannehill Carson Wentz? So do you pick against all of them because of that. Is that what you do. Well first of all buffalo is at Houston. Houston we have a problem all that stuff but the Texans have been so good on offense all year. It's kind of out shot of the fact that they've had a really bad defense they give up three hundred and an eighty eight yards per game. That's worse than the raiders. Only the bengals cardinals. Dolphins and lions were worse. And all those teams stunk. So if this game has been played last year Josh Allen would have gone in and throwing four interceptions uh-huh but Josh John is actually pretty good this year. And this is a guy who could probably take advantage of Houston's defense and speaking of defense the bills are actually pretty good on that side of the ball they gave up the second fewest points in the NFL. And the second fewest touchdown passes. They're one of only three teams that have held opposing quarterbacks to an under an eighty rating to put that in perspective the Texans quarterbacks that they face are averaging ninety five point three rating. So you really WanNa pick the bills right. It's just that the bills are horrible at winning leading playoff games there. Your father's Bengals. Your older brothers Bengals. They have not won a postseason game since one thousand nine hundred ninety five the same year braveheart art came out the same year. The La Raiders became Oakland. And they're not even Oakland raiders anymore. So man it's hard now. The other thing is the bills. The Vegas love the bills this year. They went thirteen and three with a spread. They loved him so people are saying. Look just take the the bills in this game. I'm not does Shawn Watson at home. I don't care how bad the defenses. I'm not picking Josh Allen to win on the road I'm just not we'll do X.. pissing them conduit him now Tennessee. At New England. This could be my favorite game of the weekend. And if you're like most of America didn't pay pay much attention to the titans I saw him in person and they'll give you a quick refresher because they had the NFL's leading rusher. They have wide receiver who average more than twenty yards a catch wjr and they have the highest rated quarterback in the NFL. Yes they did. The highest rated quarterback Ryan Tannehill and he was put in instead of Mariota. And I thought what are you doing. You're giving up on Marietta for this clown former am wide receiver. He went seven and three led the League in rating led the yard lead in the League in yards. Left the yards per attempt Tanna Hill. Yeah Tanna Hill so on the Patriots and they have a big advantage because they bill belichick who will figure out a way to get over on him right. Well I mean think about the guys who have kosher played against them. That are coaching right now. Brian Florist just beat him. You got bill. O'Brien is right there across the Field Matt Patricia. You Got Mike Variable Able Bell Chick specialty is taken away. What you do best? So if you go all in to stop Derrick Henry and Tanna Hillel Pick you apart right. This game is in New England and Tennessee and some places has even been favored but the official line is the the Patriots given up four and a half there at all. I can't pick against Tom Brady yet. He's got to lose this game and I know they're not playing great but I can't pick against him yet. Minnesota New Orleans Viking fans the saints favor by eight. Vikings fans might want to drink before the game and not after. Yeah well maybe they WANNA drink after and drown their sorrows because the Viking secondary trying to stop Michael Thomas I just don't see it happening thing. The the the vikings their fans aren't sounding very confidence. They're saying they're going to scorch us. POPE FRANCIS NCIS tweeted out in October. Today we give thanks to the Lord and our New Saints. They walked by faith. And now we invoke their intercession but the funny thing was he put Hashtag Saints. It's so the pope was literally blessing. The Football Team I love. I love that piece of it. It's that pope. Francis was blessing. The hashtag saints blessed the buses hard. The Papa the Holy See and the guy who is Saint Peter's Messenger upon this planet Seattle Philadelphia Man. Oh man the eagles are medical drama. Grey's anatomy they are. I don't know how many doctors they employ but it's not enough. Somebody always goes down. They get five. Players is injured every game. How banged up are they? Well Carson rinses out there but if you think about the guys who played a big part in in that win over the giants Boston Scott. WHO's also my engineering? We've talked about that Boston. Scott Greg Ward Dante Burnett all those guys are on the practice squad squad at some point. I mean if you look at the injuries of guys who are out to Sean Jackson. All Sean Jeffrey Corey Clement. Darren sproles Ronald Darby. Kamu Grislier Hill Zach erred Elson Galore Lane Johnson. Jalen Mills Right Guard Brandon Brooks. It's kind of fitting that phileas playing and phillies playing Seattle because that's where grey's anatomy is set but Seattle might be the only team. That's more banged up in Philadelphia. You call two guys off the street to play running back now how I hate picking against the Eagles at home in this game but there is because they love being an underdog. But I can't pick against Russell Wilson. It's like the whoever you picking this game you're gonNA end up hating yourself. Don't put words in my mouth but you kinda will. This is the injury bowl but the way the seahawks pushed the niners twice once winning once losing by an inch. I'm sorry I cannot pick the Philadelphia Eagles to win this game. I just can't not with the way Seattle Electric in San Francisco and I know the road team so that means that I will be taking the home team in every game. I'll be taking Houston over Buffalo New England over Tennessee a New Orleans over Minnesota and then you're road warriors their Seattle title over Philadelphia so listen And when I say over Philadelphia I'm talking by Phil Twenty to seventeen twenty three twenty twenty something like that but what for. You would be the most intriguing because I would love to see the eagles rise up and beat the SEAHAWKS. I really would good Minnesota. 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It's all we go through new decade after decade anyway. I don't know what that means. You can probably count Ally manning out for the new-look giants in twenty twenty twenty. I think we knew that. Anyway he was benched in September. He was benched by Ben mcadoo as well last year but This time benched inched. His coach has been fired again. That was of course to make way for Daniel Jones and six overall pick. He was reinstated when Jones had the ankle issue. A two Games he went one in one loss to the Eagles and beat the dolphins but that might be that game against Saddam might be the last time he's ever played eight for the giants and just ask them himself because last night on TV they said. Do you think you're going to be back. He said I doubt it. I doubt it backing ups. Not Real Fun. So thirty eight years old would he only go around if he's a starter her or you'd retire. He said now. I haven't made a decision on retirement. I'm GONNA think about it and I'm GonNa just dwell on talk to my family and figure out what's best for me us us and what I wanNA do going forward. I don't want to linger around. I'm going to try to make it as soon as possible. So I think upon it a bunch over these next days and weeks and we'll try to figure out what I WANNA do an quote now. Do you think he can still play I think he can still play he obviously can still play how many people would wanNA bring him in as the starter remember. That was the thing he was saying. He doesn't want to be a backup anymore. You're and not real fun to thirty eight year old backup but as you see some guys I got. We're done with you. Then they put him back in like Andy Dalton who's younger. But what what a team out. There make aligning their starting quarterback for a year. Just hold it down. I don't really see it all right. I WanNa miss a wish. 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They've got a thousand matches announced. They've cut talking segments with some of their best talkers. And Cody has got a big announcement. He's got a new manager. An all time legend. We'll tell you about that. We've got the day O'Brien match with the fiend gene royal rumble preview of that and of course on New Year's Eve on Fox there is a wwe wrestling match taking place that it is tomorrow night. We'll tell us in it and you can watch all sorts of stuff to talk about today. Mike Simple V.'s. GonNa join us after the break once again. If you WANNA give us a call one eight hundred eight seven eight play. One eight hundred seventy seven five two nine text messages forty five seven eight zero seven five six six. I am Brian at Wrestling Observer. Dot Com. Mike is at simple that can with more wrestling observer. Life loss fallen says World A it from Living Rod is easy looking DOT COM. Wants to help you travel more than twenty twenty but by January fifth on booking dot com. 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Live with Bryan Alvarez Arisen Mike Semper Vivey on the sports byline broadcasting network is here wrestling observer live mix impervious of wrestling observer DOT COM loss to get into here today on the show eight knee. Injury suffered by rain ornate. W how show Sunday night is part of a story story line. That will play out on TV according to our Dave meltzer ordinance wrestling Aj styles and Hershey Pennsylvania when it was said he landed awkwardly on his knee after styles blocked in our Ko attempt causing a stoppage of the match styles. Northern have been working together in the tour with orange going over styles after hitting an ARC. Okay Oh after a phenomenal forum attempt as of this writing nor w supposedly social media about the injury or any Tien and twenty eighteen at surgery injury to repair a meniscus tear in his left knee return shortly thereafter thirty nine year old recently reupped. WBZ for five years if you're a member on raw. They did that they did that match actually might have been. When was that anyway? There was a there was an. Aj Styles Randy Orton match and it was unreal because they were originally going to do to the pay per review and they moved it off the pay per view. Put It on raw the pay per views the pay per view sucked and if the radio. Aj mentioned on the pay per view. The pay per view probably would have been better better but they did the match on raw and finish was. Aj went for the forearm. Randy leaped into the air but ha held up his jump brandy landed grabbed his knee. Aj thought now's my chance. He went for the second time. Morandi hit the archaic at Midair and got the peon finish was awesome. I know that some people on the Internet who only watch the finish thought it sucked. But that's why you watch the whole match watching the entire match and how. Ag was working over the leg and everything that they did. That match played into that finish. The finish was great now. Apparently we're doing stuff here on how shows and I guess there's going to be a story line here here involving Randy Ordonez knee but I like it. I liked it. They're doing things at how shows I've not really mentioned this yesterday. But there there is a new champion. Andrade beat ray mysterious at the Medicine Square Garden House show. I mean obviously the idea here is to make people interested in going to the house shows and ended. That's one way to do it. It would be better if they didn't do it at Madison Square Garden which is like the most high end special house. Show you could. Do you WanNa do something like that. At and nothing happened in Little House show in the middle of nowhere. But Hey it's a start so we're now doing storyline angles at Al shows. And maybe this is Vincent plan from. I'm over a year ago when house show numbers were horrible and he said I've got a planned to turn around these numbers. Apparently this was it. I'm being sarcastic. Say You really. I think that was it now back into pro wrestling lore and just do something simple which you can tie in with other things that you do especially now more than ever where you can always have a camera. There's always a social media presence at the shows. It's so easy to have something happened there that you can go and put on TV especially when you have so many hours to fill so so you can't anybody that would complain about this as a full. This is just. This is good now if they decide to have to alternate universes where they have things it's happening on how shows in on social media that don't occur on raw around smackdown then we've got a problem but until that happens I'm completely fine with this stuff. It's great and I disagree. Agree with you a little bit on Madison Square Garden. I don't think I can be the only place or should be the only place that you do it but I think they needed something for Madison Square Garden. I think it was time for them to you. Something special and I think in Broadway winning the US title from the Stereo there. I think was a good thing now. The only decided to change at high in house shows in big markets. I thank you got a problem there. And you can't always change the world heavyweight championship in Peoria Illinois or something like that but still you can have you have enough titles where you can do tag team titles switches she is in Austin Texas or Des Moines Iowa or wherever else. You WanNa do it all right if you WANNA give us a call here today. The phone number eight four four One eight hundred eight seven eight one eight hundred eight seven eight seven five two nine flashbacks. Cody Rhodes is kicking off. The New Year by adding a legendary wrestler as his manager was announced via skype sports or sports illustrated. They will get the Sky Sports here in a minute. Cody will introduce aren't Anderson as his new onscreen personal adviser on this Wednesday's episode of Dynamite Twenty nineteen was the most successful year I've had in pro wrestling. Cody said in a press release beyond these superfluous financial financial has been incredibly rewarding on a spiritual level to be able to engage so many fans with a like minded place in their hearts sports also included cody giving a storyline explanation. The Nation's choosing aren't as his manager that said he writes one of my greatest fears. Came true as I lost the opportunity to wrestle for the world championship again. Dan But on the other side of that fear is freedom to chase every other accolade outside of that title. I still want to collect all the accolades I can and dominate the singles division. That's why bringing an Arn Anderson has my personal adviser and head coach. He has been business with my family for over three decades having been a wrestler throughout route so many different generations of talent he understands what ingredients it takes a look beyond the horizon and produce the best content and results. He didn't mention which I guess in storyline would be nice. That are never won. The world title Arn was an all time great right below the world title level and so what better man to be his manager now that he can no longer be the world champion. Then aren't Anderson so I'm happy about it except except for one thing. Well here's one of the issues with aren't entirely. I love art and totally totally badly underutilized right now by w given his talking ability but these are two managers especially aren't Anderson that you really can't put what your hands on and you don't need to have a manager that can take bumps but if you have a manager that can take bumps. I mean you can't do more storylines out of it. You can have the heels. beat him up have the heels do diabolical things to arns had a bad neck since nineteen ninety-six. It's twenty twenty basically so this guy shouldn't be doing anything physical. I don't know what Tony's physical state is. I mean he's jumping off. He's is jumping off stairs and everything like that but if you remember when when he got tied up everything physical happened backstage they just wheeled him out with duct tape over over space so when you have a manager who can't do anything physical you've got to do a lot of those angles Omega Arnie's down backstage and he's just laying there. It's not the end of the world. I mean it's it's GonNa be great as as long as long as they give them the opportunity to talk. It's going to be great but there is that one thing that you can't do. Maybe but if this is just a way to get from point to point point B. and he's not going to be a quote unquote long-term manager than maybe. That's a little bit different totally. I've been very surprised prized with how poor the two interviews. I've been clamoring as well to talk to be involved more into having speak more developed Shawn Spears more their relationship more in the time where they've had him do some. It hasn't really been all that great in this this search to find a tag team partner. You know who knows I. We'll have to see what the whole thing goes but if this is a way to maybe get to again. I'm looking way down the line here of some. I'm sort of strife between an in cody because it's the andersons and the roads and that's just the way it has to be you know that I'll be okay with it. There's still and again we'll have to take a look into the future. One thing too though about that phone call completely distracted me the one thing about totally. I don't know physically a lot of what he does. Looks Really Timid and I could be wrong about that but I was talking with that with somebody else where I don't know physically what he can do either but it does seem to be where he sort of involved but really not and I think that Kinda hurts as well too and I don't WanNa see he can be an manager adviser and not the out there he can be involved backstage in skits and vignettes and things like that but if you can't physically do something and be out there then and I really don't want to see him out there and that kind of goes for our into so I don't know how they're going to work men but I do hear what you're saying that way although orange just may be a way to get to something else well if you go to my twitter Bryan Alvarez I have re tweeted a skysports. WWE tweet end of an an era. The final raw on skysports airs tonight at one. 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Now you know what they were outbid bt sports outbid sky and so w we moved to bt sports but at the end of the day it all comes down to numbers and before the deal L. With bt. Sports was ever signed well. Over a year ago there were discussions about how sky likely wasn't going to renew W E for a lot of reasons. They're reasons involving how sky used to be able to charge money for me pay per views. Now there's a deputy network but the numbers for the viewership for me on sky. Some of these numbers were so low. There was a raw several months ago on sky that did three thousand viewers okay. It was so low. Oh that the presumption was it had to be a mistake. It had to be a computer. Glitch reminds me actually of win smackdown. They did that one. Show on F s one eight hundred eighty thousand viewers. They're normally doing two point four million and when when they hit eight hundred eighty thousand was like. Oh my God. Something must be wrong. It wasn't wrong. That's what the number was on. F S One three thousand viewers for a raw. Some of these shows are doing thirty thirty thousand anyway. The point of this is the numbers are way way. They're modern era lows. Just like they were are they are today on the USA network so yes obviously bt sports bid more money and sports has a lot of plans for me. They think it's going to be a positive for me. They think it's going to be a positive for the fans but at the end of the day one of the reasons that Sky Sports and not try to outbid bt. Sports is because all of these things that happened the declining ratings and declining viewership. I realize it's not like a traditional free TV channel where it's all people when you run. Run a station where people have to pay to get it have. Nobody's watching the content. That's it that's it. It's not traditional ratings but the viewership matters and the ratings matter and the viewership manage for every single show that is on television when numbers fall to a certain level unless it's something like USA network work where even though raw has been slashed from what it used to do. It's still valuable content. USA Network. If the day comes where raw is no longer valuable to the USA network at work in terms of viewership it will be gone because at the end of the day. Viewership and eyeballs. It always matters it always banners. That's the story you know rustling over Newsletter Hall of Famer arguably is Bonnie Hammer. Dick Ebersol could be one as well to with their production influence and things like that but most certainly Bonnie Hammer his. There's never been a better friend. I don't thing to any to pro wrestling into the McMahon family to the WWF then USA USA in some ways. She's got that mentality. The Ted Turner does were Ross and wwe programming and WWF programming help to build the USA network way back to its days as H. B. O.. The original ever ever was the the green channel or however that wall worked with square garden shows and capital center shows later on the after more from the MSG network into the USA network. I mean the WWF has always had a presence there but things change and much like they changed with Ted Turner things are probably going to change with USA with media Buy Ins buyouts and just people moving on passing on and things changing at some point. She won't be there and at some point. Vince McMahon will be there in the relationship shipped. USA's WWe is going to be very interesting but at least for right now everything could not have worked at any better obviously for the WWE and the USA deal in the place that their network is in right now but they'll see it on Fox before they probably see it on USA but the TV TV business once. You outlived your usefulness. Your God wants somebody else can draw better demo in an even better do it for cheaper. You're out of there and at some point that's probably going to happen with. WWE The same way it it. It's happened with other places and other groups and things like that and not the least of which was WCW and TVs in the Turner family. So so it's been a hell of a relationship that they've had but times change and they're changing over in the UK and the business evolves and again. These names will be there here forever. And who knows where this goes. It's not like bt Sports. Is You know any shrinking violet or anything like that. I don't know exactly what the landscape is like over there. I know they have a ton of soccer kerchief league premiership and things like that so whether this helps or not you know can they be you know. I don't know if they've been morphed into the marketing campaign for the rest of the channel in the same way that smack downs been with Fox. You know if that's going to be the case. Maybe they can try to breathe some new life into some of the programming over there maybe they can hook hook on. WWE network sales bt and and try to advertise the network moreover there. I'm not sure how you can do it. But who knows if this is going to be a real negative as we go along or not all right. This is everybody's asking. I am exceedingly skeptical that Becky Lynn contract is coming. Do She just tweeted. This is from. Becky Lynch's twitter here. It is amazing what they'll give you when you remind them. Your contract is coming up soon more to say on raw more to say on Rashi all she says now listen one day. This is a true story. One day the Rock Doc was informed that his contract had expired. It was not resigned. Deputy they told him it was a clerical. The era it telling me it was a clerical error that the rocks contract expired. Okay this this is Becky Aqui Lynch. You telling me they didn't know becky Lynch's contract was going to expire it's impossible to believe it's all storyline and at the storyline plays into last. Monday's Today's raw where she did the interview and she explained that they are trying to protect me. They don't want me to lose my title. They are are keeping me away from Oscar. Oscar's the most dangerous woman in wt me. I don't want them to protect. I want this match so clearly. The story line is going to be that she'll reveal on RAV and our contract is coming do and if they do not give the match with Oscar. She's Outta here. Maybe we'll even get an A. W. Chant for all I I know but yes. She's going to be wrestling Oscar at the royal rumble. And I'm pretty sure this they'll set it up here tonight. We're going to Jeff Jarrett Eric. Gimmick in another contract was going to run out before the pay per view so he gets the pay per view payoff in advances at the story of lower with Jim. Ross there was an an actual oversight which has now been played out. Yeah Yeah the one with the Rock. I'm trying to think of when that was was that when he first initially left to go to movies. That's when when that happened with that this was like five. This was a couple years after he left but he'd still been under contract at the time. It was like a big deal. Because what's he gonNA do. Go to impact like this giant movie star no impact but there was a level of saltiness to it though it was him. Yeah they were mad. Yeah that's about the specifics behind exactly what they were pissed about. Exactly in that case because they've got through ups and downs and especially after he initially laughed at. They hated him playing that part in get shorty remake. Make the cool. They hated him playing the gay singer. From what I recall they. Vince recoiled at it. A little bit. I mean there was maybe a little bit of that I think they were which is a bit like he left but there was a whole thing. There's always something that they got in their feelings over and that's you know they really pulled a hard turn. They felt with Hogan Organ in Austin and the rockets they felt as though they created these characters and they should be holding be beholden to them forever. And that's the mentality that really has that causes. There's a lot of problems into he's still to this day. They've gotten luckily with John Cena. They're still in a questionable period. Right now with Roman reigns but it's like when they when they mandate and they demand that but this is the way it's going to be most of the time it's fallen you know kind of flatter. There's been a lot of pushback I like having title changes on House shows happy. Andreotti's US Louis Champion to understand why you would have him win on how show seems like it could have been a lot better for rising started went on TV or the pay per view to help get him. Moreover the idea here is not to get andrade over. The idea. Here is how shows are losing money W. E. is has been around since nineteen sixty. Three last year was the first year ever that how shows lost money and think about how horrible things were in the in the mid nineties nineties early nineties. Yeah so you know. The the investors were asking questions a year ago by the way investors were asking questions year ago. Why what's going on with? How shows and Vince went on a call? He said I've got this idea. I'M GONNA turn them around literally was a year and not only do they not turn around around. They fell even further so everybody knows how to turn around how shows it's not magic. You have to make people believe that the house show in your town anything can happen including title change. You've got to get the wrestlers over on television as stars so that you wanna see them live when they come to your town. All of these things W is not doing by the way the biggest stars need to work out shows you need to build up programs on TV anywhere. If you want to see the match you've got to go to a house show. I mean one of these things are done anymore. loewen lies whatever's coming to Seattle for this or whatever but but you know they give away every match on television. They do shows every single month on pay per view. There's no match you can only see the house show and I got the idea. Though so a lot of these people aren't seen as stars. I mean how shows are irrelevant. So they're trying to do little things to try to make you think that maybe if I go to our show all see something so so easy to fix. Brian pro wrestling so easy to fix you. Talk about the break if anybody wants to do but like just as simple as that have matches that matter on how shows make them a little little bit different than what you see on TV have these people cut promos insets and have them in the spots. It's just your disposal. It's so easy to do. It really is. It's not that hard. 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Eight five five three two five one seven eight zero eight five five three two five one seven eight zero. That's Zeh five five three to five seventeen eighty. You're listening to wrestling observer. Live with Bryan Alvarez. Mike Semper Vivey on the sports byline broadcasting network Bryan Alvarez here wrestling observer live mixim reveals wrestling observer DOT COM. This person here's says. Why won't cody Rhodes and Tony Kahn? Respond vonts Vince Russo. WHO's just trying to help them like a gentleman didn't they say they would listen to their audience but now all they do is ignore them Bro? I can count on two hands. The number of people in aws audience. That are clamoring for the return of Vince Russo. And that may be generous. I may be. He could count them on one hand command and COIT. You're on the air what's going on. Chris backed out of a meeting. Hold the reporting was the. It's they wanted to sports oriented. We got brought quitting tackle eight seconds then suddenly brock's which is banned and it's it's fully entertainment like I have like this theory like something changed over and the ratings are okay. So what are your thoughts like. Because all the reporting was they wanted a sport like Like a real field show like an exceed which we didn't get we just get crawl. You keep up with the work. Yeah thanks so much for the call from Kuwait. I appreciate it. Well I mean Fox can want all they want but they they paid for me and when you pay for me I mean I hate to say it. But you're going to get you'RE GONNA get. I mean you think. Vince is going to go out in running. Annex t style show of course not I mean there's they can want what they want but but they paid for me that's like the bottom line. I mean you're not going to get a sports like product from me. You're not you'RE GONNA get dog food and you're GONNA get all of. The WAX is wish in one hand and dog food food in the other on the show every week. That's just it's the it's the end of the day. That's that's what you're going to get I. I wish I could give you a better answer. But the show opened with Elias so you look smackdown. WWE or Fox executives if they wanted it to be pure sports or what came off from the jump through pure sports and it would have been brock and bobby. I honestly thought if they really wanted to be that way. That's the way it would be with people. They w they got so hung up on hearing words midsouth that they they saw all these people getting sign they saw some of the characters and some of the things that were being done before the place even got started. And it's like how did you think that this was going to be traditional mid south here. Well that's what they said. Come on I mean for Heaven's sakes it's it's kind of ridiculous and I think that's the same way with smackdown with people thinking that it was going to be this whole pure sports build and everything it's like I thought they were to play up aspects of it more not just the draft aspect of it where they seem to let it lie. But that's just the way things go in anybody to be surprised by that is ridiculous and smackdown. smackdown Fox doesn't care. SMACKDOWN does content wise as it gets rating. Some people may want different things out of it but if they just start doing something that pulls a massive subverting out you're going to see more of it and that's really all they care about at the end of the day it's TV network all right. Hi May what's going on man. I was just wondering if it will ever possible for Aid of you or maybe even. WWe Just get rid of the commercials out together and you just have advertisement or around like you're you know like you said before like I know new Japan doesn't like they do in soccer where they're interviewing the guys and behind them. There's like a billboard with a bunch of Yoshinori or whatever like a bunch of advertisement. Well listen I want to thank you very much for the call. I mean like I said before if the day ever comes uh-huh or like raw is eighty percent. DVR Or something like that. I mean if we ever have to make a drastic change in the way that advertisers tasers advertise their products on television and we get old school fifties product placement on the shows. Maybe you'll see that but if you're talking like today could Rogers go commercial free like all of their advertisers. Like you know the wrestlers would drive to the building and in Howdy and they give you the price when they draw. I mean it's just not going to happen. It's not going to happen maybe some day but no day soon and my God the length of that show. I couldn't handle it. I could not handle it even if you're watching the show live even if you're watching the show life and you don't skip through the commercials the commercials give me. Oh break get up. Go to the restroom. Don't make a sandwich the talk to your wife like there's a break there for four minutes and then you go go back and you watch the show again. Try to make up a reason why any of this makes any sense. He used sit there and you watch raw for three straight hours with no brakes I mean even on. WBZ pay reviews. They have they have breaks video package here. If you watch a show you've seen fifty times leave the room like my child's bedtime time is in the middle of w e pay per views and I swear to God like when a match is over and they start playing that video package. I can leave this room for ten minutes and hang out with my kid because there's going to be a four minute video package then. They're going to go back and they're going to do. Everybody's elaborate elaborate ring entrance especially for multi person matches. I mean I can miss fifteen minutes of the show. Would miss nothing so you need brakes. Show granted with those W E pay reviews. I mean there's just a lot a lot of dead space. I'd rather. The shows were just shorter. But they're doing what they WANNA do. GotTa push those numbers we've when we look back at two thousand in nineteen. There's going to be a lot to take in and a lot to talk about One of the things. I don't think anybody's GonNa WanNa talk about or remember but it is coming up fast seven and a half hour wrestlemanias. Just remember that folks seven and a half hour wrestlemainia practically. Are there like six hours. Now it's in fact. I think that one that I went to was seven and a half hours because it started trying to remember what it started but it ended like it had to be how. How long has wrestlemainia this this year? Everybody I think it was the all time record. Damn near seven seven and a half eight who knows it took eight for people to get out of the parking lot and back home again. He was just a a look. We'll see what happens with the Tokyo Dome in in January and see how that plays out for new Japan I know logistically Siklie it. Can it can be a nightmare. But I am. NOT WITH THE WAY WE'VE GONE with festivals in high end festivals. And things like that. It may take take twenty years but the idea that we're going to have a three day or a two day festival style Wrestlemainia pop-up city and that's how wrestlemainia roles also in ends up being a two or a three day event. I'm not I don't think it's GonNa Happen. I'm not really endorsing. It really ever happening but I can just seem to the future. We're one day I can. I can see there being a demand for that or I could see that actually coming into to pass. It'll be a short engagement for lawn and Bobby Lashley following their surprise engagement h mint the all mighty two words and his ravishing lady. Love decided they don't want to wait until the new year to tie the knot and will instead say say their vows on tonight on. WBZ's final chauve twenty nineteen. Let me read that again. They don't want to wait until the new year ear to tie the knot and will instead say their vows on tonight on. Wwe Final show of twenty nine thousand nine hundred. ooh Boy good consider consider this no. That's what's written there. They will instead say their vows on tonight on. WBZ's final show of twenty nineteen that's on WBZ DOT COM. Consider this your save the date your invitation and you're early warning bobby. Lashley inland are getting being married live tonight on USA network tune in at raw and bring the tissues the tissues all right. It's your uncle Paul that you like to see come over for Christmas. He comes over and a suit. He can be kind of a baby at Douche at times but he gives you the good presence you know you you get your your sort of Scott's he hit your birth. Does you get your Leo. And all these people Keith lease and then you get your creepy uncle. That comes over there in Punk Paul and he. He's bringing you Bobby Lashley. Lana and all this stuff and the only thing I can say about is I just hope it's funny. I just hope it's entertaining branding. That's all I want out of tonight. Is it sucks from a lot of different standpoints. And I've hated this feud in the story line but if you're going to end it can it please end end with a bang and Kenneth Please and you kidding me but your mind but I'm assuming this is going to build to the rumble and the fact acted the matter is it's basically the New Year's Eve show it's the end of the year show and they've hyped it up with a wedding so you know something crazy's going to happen just put a new spin on it and I'm just. I'm hoping that it ends up being so ridiculous. It's sublime that's all. I'm hoping for all right here. You go seven hours and twenty minutes for Wrestlemainia this past year. So we're already. They're all right also for rod tonight. They've announced Buddy Murphy and black and have a match and this following doing reports of rain. Urine sustaining an injury. That stopped his match. Debbie live in Hershey Pennsylvania last night and subsequent confirmation of of the vipers post show medical evaluation W DOT COM has learned the thirteen time world. Champion will receive a block of time to address the results of of that evaluation on tonight's raw as a weird storyline. I guess it's a Dr James Andrews Story Line or whatever the discusses his injury situation you know if they again if they would be more consistent with stuff like this it could build up some goodwill where some of the stuff could be more believable liveable. Unfortunately so much of it is just throw away where they come up with. An idea doesn't really tie into the next one is they. Moved these feuds on so we'll have to see what happens here but I would love for them to refocus that way. Just don't think it's going to rain here says I'm already seeing people on twitter. Saying they'd better get the W. New Japan relationship after the Tokyo shows. They're only setting themselves up for disappointment. I explain this whole thing yesterday and some guy at our board was so mad at me. I guess 'cause I told him what he didn't WANNA ear. I asked him to police. quit like if you want to go somewhere else on the Internet and have somebody blow smoke and tell you what you WanNa hear and set you up for disappointment. Then go there. But I'm GonNa tell you what's going on and that's what's going on ninety nine point nine nine nine nine nine nine nine nine nine percent chance. The Jericho is just beating on Ashi. It's a storyline tunnel. She came up with straight line. Jericho followed up on at it. It what is the problem with this. Is that there that guy so matt all. I can't believe I'm saying there's no chance I his whole post was just like she lost her mind. Dude have you lost your mind. I guess Jerkin could knock him so well in town Ohashi could pin them and hey we could have a weird situation like who tens on tens on key literally could not finish like another minute of a sixty minute match and he ended up having to lose which was bad bad times for for new Japan when that happened but Yeah this is just what it is. Jon Moxley Chris Jericho amongst others have contracts contracts that let them go over to new Japan and they can be involved in stories and they're invoking the AWA named now with Chris Jericho because it is silly to try to hide it and and it does not play into new Japan's big stories. It is a side story is a row. She Takahashi matched is a battle of big stars. That basically sits separate away from the Tokyo. Dome Tom Everybody just chill out. Everything will be okay all right Marcello you're on the air. What's going on Brian? Good how're you doing. Hey what's up. Yeah question I was just wondering if there was any injury they are solving Outta here. Dude come on you kidding me. You didn't want to let them see the injury. Update on Lar- Sullivan was in fact that he was rehabbing and things were going well in his rehab that is the Lars soliven update. Thank you very much for the call. All right what else do we got here. I feel like it's two steps back for Roussette. If he interferes tonight I know he was another shot at Lashley Ashley but he got salvage when he finally stopped trying to make trying to take Lana back. Hopefully there's a clever way. It's done like drawing Lashley to him. Well rousseff can interfere just because he wants to make their lives. Miserable as long as Rousseff doesn't step forward and GO I. What did they say if anyone when we speak now or forever hold your peace if he stands up and says I want you back baby I need you? That'd be disaster but do not expect that to happen back in a moment of silver life. uh-huh here's a great raid way to save money on your prescription medications. If you take Viagra or Cialis we can give you a way to pay as little as two dollars a pill compare that price is high is sixty dollars per tablet. These pills work for men and women to improve their sexual performance and now for the price of two or three pills you can get nearly one hundred. 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FEHB AFTER AJ styles injured him two weeks ago even on how shows he's limping everywhere. I love it. The old school element of pro wrestling still lives. I love it to professional. I think it's one of the best things that they're doing right now in. WWe That's low praise. But I love this little story. Line the old stuff works locally everybody craps on inter I take that back. Minutes McMahon does but when you incorporate take that stuff in it doesn't have to be back in the olden days of Fidora's cigar chewing and all that sort of stuff in the Irish whip being a big move. It's just incorporating some of the simple things that keep the story's going forever. My God for the New Year. Do you want to go back to having Brian. Reid fables. No just go back to now some of that old pro wrestling stuff because hey a I'll be damned at storks for says Debbie shouted. TV angle wrestlers hurt but they still appear at live events is this will be unwrapped not hurt. No they shot an angler is heard on TV. E- he's hurt at the live events and now the storyline on raw is. He's hurt. It's consistent across everything. Keep it that way. That stuff matters and it doesn't pay off off right away sometimes takes time to stick with it and it works of so many people talking about this like people are into the storyline which is great. Yeah IT professionals. Doing to Jane Randy Orton. It's really frankly. How can you go wrong trying to find the other one at another one here from somebody that loved him anyway? Says I hate going to weddings. Glad W we sent out that invite so I can pass on attendance instead of watching w programming this week. It's a great opportunity get cut on New Japan before wrestle kingdom. We'll be talking plenty about Japan. Everyone fear not dave's over there now. Jim Valleys over there. Now actually think Dave's over the ocean right now like like big audio nightmare cometh. That's right from America. Great Audio nightmare the big audience. Anyway right time everybody. Hey listen no show Tuesday in Wednesday. But we'll be back on Thursday and Friday to kick off a New Year. Prediction show's coming as well. So check it out. I think Mike is always colors listeners. Every the studio talk to you next time Wrestling Observer Bert live. Ah You're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio network broadcasting live twenty four seven news. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and INSTAGRAM's Rams Service Kelly for December thirty first twenty nineteen by Mike Clifford. The news arrived early Sunday president. Donald Trump had spoken to his Russian counterpart. CNN reports that did not dot com for the White House. Instead the word came from Moscow where the Kremlin issued a brief statement saying Vladimir Putin had initiated a call to thank trump for for information provided by the. US helped foil a terrorist attack in Saint Petersburg CNN adds it would be more than twenty four hours before the White House. Officially confirmed served the conversation. The sixty three word American description of the call largely echoed the Russian version with the addition that the men also discussed arms control starting tomorrow all low income Californians younger than age twenty six meet. The income requirements will be able to sign up for health insurance out of the medical program Regardless of their immigration status Suzanne Potter has our report the state estimates that one hundred thirty eight thousand young people will sign up a small but significant vacant chunk of the state's uninsured population Caroliina gay meadow with the California immigrant. Policy Center says that will make significant progress towards universal coverage which the majority of California's uninsured are undocumented. Folks and I believe that's around one point four million Californians Indian who aren't able to access healthcare coverage or medical simply because of where they were born in two thousand fifteen. The state voted to extend extend coverage to all children regardless of immigration status. So people who were on medical under the health for all kids initiative can now stay on it until age twenty six. President trump has called the policy quote unfair to our citizens advocates for truly universal healthcare. Say the next step will be to look for ways to secure coverage coverage for undocumented people who are older than sixty five and with the holidays coming to a close. Some folks already gearing up for another stressful time tax season. You could find it a bit easier to pay uncle. Sam In twenty twenty about thirty thousand older adults will no longer have to pay a state income tax on their social the security benefits after dramatic chain of events at the State House. A full repeal of income tax on social security benefits was given do not pass recommendations by legislative. Just live committees. Aarp North Dakota volunteer state. President Kathy Schwann explains that Senate leadership reconsidered after hundreds of people spoke out in support. The deal what we did is kind of a hail. Mary is to send out. Notifications via text and email to members and friends. Bay Air P.. The and said this is going to be voted on and we were overwhelmed that it actually passed. The new law was signed by Governor. Doug Burgum in May Mary Sherman reporting warning. This is environmentalist hailing in order last week by the US Department of Commerce that affects the Chesapeake Bay last week the US Department of Commerce ordered Virginia's men Hayden fishery in Chesapeake Bay. The largest on the east coast to close down because a fish oil company exceeded exceeded the fishing limit enforced by the Atlantic states. Marine Fisheries Commission. Chris more with the Chesapeake Bay Foundation says the move is an environmental victory it because the fish are essential to maintain the ecological balance of the day. They really serve as forged for a variety of other species. So things like Stripe Pass. Ask things like speckled trout. They like summer flounder. Birds like ospreys in loon officials from read Ville based Omega Protein defended its noncompliance with the fifty. Do one thousand metric ton cap claiming Virginia's lawmakers had never adopted the CAP. However the State's twenty twenty General Assembly will consider legislation to formally recognize the limit? More says men Hayden need protection more than ever because over the past twenty years the number of the small fish coming into the bay has gone down. He points out that scientists don't know the exact number of men Hayden in the bay at any particular time but they do that. This reduction China's impacted the population of striped bass and rock fish in the ecosystem which are showing signs of poor nutrition for public news service. I'm Diane an art. Finally are mark which reports a bipartisan. Bill designed to proactively manage wildlife species to keep them off an endangered species. List is pending when Congress reconvenes next week the recovering. America's Wildlife Act or dedicate one point four billion dollars annually toward voluntary conservation efforts for at risk wildlife. Lot Life Species in Arizona and other states. The money will be spent by the Arizona game and fish department and other state wildlife agencies to implement their states wildlife. Action Plans Original Wildlife. Federation President Brad. Powell says the bill is designed to protect about twelve thousand species in need of conservation attention or Arizona. It'll bring an infusion Uson of money to the state that'll be used on those cases that are being imperilled many species list and costume billions of dollars. one-sided it's not occurs the action on his. HR thirty seven forty two was passed out of the House Natural Resources Committee last week and said to the full House of Representatives for Action Committee a chair Arizona Democrat Rowlett revolve ushered the measure through with votes from both sides of the aisle. The bill would also allocate about one hundred million dollars each year for tribal wildlife conservation efforts a particular boon to Arizona. Where more than a quarter of the state's lands could benefit Arizona? Wildlife officials have identified five hundred thirty one species. He's that need conservation assistance if past advocates. Say it would be the most significant investment in wildlife conservation in decades. I'm Mike Clifford from public service. We are member illiteracy ported and raw line and pump do service DOT. Org and listen to man talked about the fan yeah let everybody listen the USA radio network presents against the greatest radio programs of all time the CBS radio workshop dedicated to man's Magin the theater of the mind this is classic. Radio Theatre wanted to get away from it all the FBI and peace and war McGee the unexpected. The unexpected the unexpected. Now here's your host. What talks friend will rogers junior in an episode auto rodgers of the as it was originally broadcast over what was December thirtieth nineteen fifty-three some sixty six years ago today day and we thank you for tuning in on this Monday thirtieth day of December and this happens to be the three hundred sixty four th day of the year and you know what that means? Tomorrow's it the. US bought land on this date in eighteen. Fifty three from Mexico to facilitate railroad built railroad building in the southwest. Just the GADSDEN purchase the. US Monitor sank off how he Cape Hatteras. North Carolina in eighteen sixty two and one Hubble announced the existence of other galleries galaxies in one thousand nine hundred twenty four in one thousand nine thirty six. The United Auto Workers Union staged its first sit down strike in Nineteen Forty California opened its first freeway. The Arroyo Seco Parkway back in one thousand nine hundred forty in nineteen forty one England wartime prime minister stor arrived in Ottawa by trained to speak to a hastily assembled group a Canadian. MP's and senators. When I warned them that written would fight on alone? Whatever they didn't that general towed out Prime Minister and his divided cabinet? He's eighty three weeks. England will have a neck wrung like a chicken. Some chicken I'm Nick Winston Churchill. referencing referencing the sneering comments by French Marshal. Philippe Tan the future leader of the collaborators. VICI French government who was convinced that Germany would successfully fully invade Britain as it had done France told Churchill in three weeks Briton would have its neck. Wrung like a chicken coal Puerto Broadway musical. Kiss Me Kate opened the new century theatre on this date in nineteen forty eight. It became the first musical to win the best Musical Tony Award One thousand seventy seven performances the first ever. NTSC color television sets went on sale on this date in nineteen fifty three for roughly seven hundred seventy five dollars from RCA. That's over over eleven thousand dollars today. The premiere on this date in one thousand nine hundred sixty three speaking of television. Oh let's make a deal. It elects starring. TV's thank you very much into hopefully to enjoy yourself on our show today. I know these people down here are thirty. Six traders are going to enjoy or at least some of them are Monty Hall. Talked about selling that show and getting a network to pick it up and it was like nobody wanted you too and They didn't understand it on the show lasted for a number of years. I aired on NBC. Starting on this date in one thousand nine sixty three it moved to ABC in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight where remained until nineteen seventy six and on two separate occasions to show given a weak tie weekly nighttime spot on each of those networks. It was on this date. In one thousand nine sixty nine Ferdinand Marcos became president of the Philippines in one thousand nine hundred seventy two the. US halted heavy bombing of of North Vietnam. Nixon as order to halt the bombing of North Vietnam above the twentieth parallel. We're told the doctor Henry Kissinger will return to private talks with always always late October. In Paris on January eight the technical talks will resume on January. Second that surprise announcement came here at the White House where aides were unaware of any such development as late as midnight. Friday message. Exchanges between late October Henry Kissinger apparently resulted in the renewed peace talks earlier. Sources is fully aware of developments in the most recent Paris talks and told me they expect a fool subtle by early February reporter Bill Gill for the second time Ted Bundy the escaped from his cell in Glenwood Springs Colorado in nineteen seventy seven. US Attorney General. John Ashcroft recused himself in his office from the Valerie Plame Tom. Affair in two thousand three and two thousand six Saddam Hussein executed by hanging. He said this is my end. This is the end of my life but I started my life as a fighter as a political militant so frightened me defiant words from Saddam Hussein at the very end was life hung on this date in two thousand six passing away on this date. Sonny liston find boxer composer Richard Rodgers lyricist versus songwriter. Mack David swifty. Lazar the Hollywood talent agent actor Lou heirs of Saint Much Nick. The professional professional wrestling promoter. He headed up the National Wrestling Alliance for quite some time and successfully promoted at the wrestling at the chase in Saint Louis Missouri Zuri and composer bandleader best. Known as a clarinetist. Artie Shaw born on this date. Rudyard kipling politician Al Smith who who had a head. What did these guy voices but he he was a successful politician? Didn't ever succeed. President never made it that far actress Jeanette Nolan born. This date. BURP parks uninteresting. Guy But had quite a success For years was the host of the Miss America pageant and Also Jack Lord best known for Hawaii Five O Singer Bo Diddley more on this date as well Skater Davis don't they know it's the end of the world singer Del Shannon Runaway actor Joseph Bologna from the Bob Newhart show. You remember the cranky patient. The one that was out there cranking Jack Riley ease born on this date in history and one of the monkees Davy Jones. Born on this date. We lost him a few years ago. Also over the monkeys Michael Nasmyth is seventy seven today. He was in the film version of West Side Story. Russ Tamblyn eighty-five Today Sandy. Colfax is eighty four knoll. Paul Stuckey Peter Paul and Mary eighty-two New Perry Smith seventy-three Meredith Vieira sixty six countries. Suzy August is sixty three matt. Lauer sixty two tracey Ullman. Sixty today. Sean Hannity's fifty eight Henry Show of very very funny man. Henry Chou is fifty seven. Heidi fleiss happens to be fifty. Four if you know what she did or if you've met her shame on you from Dawson's Creek Meredith Monroe. Ross Fifty Golfer Tiger Woods forty two Mohammed Ali's daughter. Leyla Aliyeva forty-two. She's boxing Elisa. Douche cou you remember her from buffy and true calling. She is thirty nine front. 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Thanks for tuning in on this Monday edition of Classic Radio Theater now will rogers junior as Rodgers of the gazette as it was broadcast sixty six years ago today December thirtieth nine thousand nine Hundred Fifty Three Ladies and gentlemen the editor of the Weekly Gazette. Mr Will Rogers junior thank you you know. I figured that the reason a lot of people don't make a success out out of life is not because they don't know enough it's because they know too doggone much the justice isn't so Rogers Gazette offering you again transcribed another heart warming story of a country radio paper and it's friendly editor and starring will Rogers Junior I'M NOT PLYMOUTH FRIEND. Whales well now. That Christmas is over here in Lear area. Easing back to normal living again. Of course it's GONNA take a couple more weeks before the full hysteria. The holiday season is completely worn off with my friend. WILL I. It may take even longer. You see will always get sort of carried away around this time of year. What with the decorations in the carols? And all but this year well I guess the whole thing started a few days before Christmas with a speech will was making to the journalism class at the high school. And so you see a newspaper does is more than just print. The news turned into it. It has to go out and dig for stories and develop. That's why things like freedom of speech responsibility ability to truth. Come to mean something to us and we learned to fight for those principles and in a way. That's what journalism is a fine. What is a good fight light on a good profession and we love in a way of being a newspaper? Man is is kind of like being a good detective. You gotta have a nose for for new. That's what it means to be a newspaper man to me at least and maybe that's what it'll mean to some of you who someday times on. Thanks for listening in Troy talking to Ya women to Mr Rogers had women to the winning. You only mention that doesn't mean two girls it was only a say. Aren't you too. Yep twin. I'm Jeanie I'm eager Mr Rogers. That's our last name. Coronado description zieger eager twins. Well no I don't believe that I am you. Don't win new in town. We live with mark. You Know Mrs Carbonate. I heard she had a couple of young nieces staying whether this fall cheer. That's us about that speech. Mr Rogers that was solid really well. If decided this you know what really decided. We're going to start right in right in newspaper paper. Women of course bringing in stories for the paper scoops and scandals sensations way getting the low down on the local greg now getting the chips fall again. Fight paper needs like Mister Rogers. We're GONNA fight much this town wide open for you. Mr Rodgers will rock foundations of City Hall. Sure right after. I'm just going to start doing yuping around. We'll bring you copied. It will curl your hair. We know things about. You can't wait a minute come on. Let's get going. Hey wait. Don't wearing mister rogers. WE'LL W circulation thirty for now. Now what the Dickens have I got myself into the mining mining will. Hi Maggie. Brace Yourself. I've got bad news for you. I've already got enough trouble. double-trouble remember those twins. I told you about what a corner according to the lecture the other day. Yeah Eager Eager Beavers. You mean Maggie. Listen those kids have descended on this town. Like a plague locust they manage to work their their way into every nook and corner from the mayor's office to the back room a Hogan's grill and you know what they're doing telling everybody reporters from the gazette with notebooks in hand. Dan No not ready to write it all down. You know what they asked Mayor Barclay. How much graft he made on that west side paving contract? He's ready to run me out of town. I wonder how much he did make. Maggie this is serious for people. Stop me in the street this morning. Matter and wet hands because those girls had been prying into the private affair. I might live and up the paper little. I haven't up this keeps on. It's GONNA put us out of business by popular request. We won't last that long. Well that's what the the bad news was. Ezra Bleaker call this morning to remind you that payment for next year's lease on the building full gear on January first precisely Pity sound like he'd go for an extension did not you know how he is. Well business is business. I know the original scrooge pay upper for out in the snow. I haven't got it. Ever snowed a cash. I had went into that new line of type. em-empty bleaker next week. Mm See if he'd go along with us for a few months you'll do it. Well he's got to do it. Maggie will what the same hiller you try trying to pull off youtube dark. If you're going to put half baked kids on his newspaper reporters you at least Outta teach him to stay out of peoples hairs are out to expose corruption. Doc Rock the foundations foundations of the city hall will wish they'd find someplace. Besides my office to rocketed waiting for me there again. This morning pencils sharpened ready to get the vital statistics as they put it. Do you have any forum. Vital statistics especially gunshot wounds one of them said colored collect any hour of the day or night. If I got a case with gunshot wounds collect ten blocks across what kind of a talk did you make to that class. I'm beginning to wonder myself. I just happened to mention that. GRANDPA Smedley it was down to the bad cold this. It's morning and they asked me if I thought it would be worth their while to wait around. Wait around for what to get a scoop. On his obituary there are a couple of ghouls will well. I don't know why you hired. I didn't hire might be better if I had then I could fire but as it is well all I hope is they give all men bleaker as much trouble as they gave me bleaker. Yes seems they had a hot lead on some kind of a story involving leakers out. Oh they hit it over to the department store to to try and pin the old man down and then what's the matter. Will you know. Doc I suppose newspaper could be published out in the open under a tree free. I mean excuse me please. Addictions are Oh. How are you Mr Blaker? Monica Williams. Sure Fun. If you step into my office thank you. I was looking for a couple of high school girls. Eager twin thought there might be here not him Suraj as holiday Oliva. They were here all. I see Nice Kid Brighton. Alert and possibly to Bryce. And I've never been more in. Here's my life Mr Edges. Those monsters literally forced their way in here. If you have to go to such lengths to get items your paper maybe you'd better go into some of the business. I didn't have anything to do with it. Mr Bleak. They said they were reporters for the gazette had notebooks with them. Broke down everything I said. And if you print one word of it I'll have the long time I will print it. I don't even know anything about it. It's all their idea. They're not working for me. said they wear wanted to get the low down on as they put it kept asking about my new housekeeping. And didn't I think she was acting strange. Did I suppose she was planning to poison me. Did I feel tate romantic attachment for its invasion of privacy. Mister Rogers and it's got to stop. It will be just as soon as I can find. Excuse me because he's being is just a moment it's used dredges. Hello well yeah. What is it Maggie Star reporters will there will be the office twins good? Don't let them get away. Couldn't if I wanted to. They claim they've got a story a high at school. Take Call US and they won't tell anyone but you they referred to. You is the cheap oil for the face. You made Maggie You keep those kids kids there if you have to lock them in the press room. I'll be right over goodbye. I gotTa Rub Mr Bleaker now. Don't you worry anymore about those kids. I'll see they don't bother you again camp but I'm glad you're here. Oh by the way Mr Rogers about back payment for the renewal of your lease or yes. I you wanted to talk to you about it later in the week. Maybe an extension of three months ago and I. I didn't say anything about an extension. I said payment. It's due January first anytime before. Twelve o'clock midnight. Shot today But how are you ever going to get any red hot news if you don't go people. Hello Mr Rogers. Sure they won't tell you the IMOS secrets if you don't produce all right then we'll do without their red hot. Innermost secrets talks that for fighting editor market news weather reports. We're trying to get you the real stuff. Mr Rogers no fighting editor. Stand up and show me like Maggie. You Stay Alex now. Look there's a whole lot more to newspaper work than just digging up Goss. We know sure we'll get prove it isn't a matter of proof. People have a right to privacy eh prion into their lives looking for scandal violates that right that's not the kind of news I print or water print not just scandal Mr Rogers. No it's more than I got a red hot. We're on the trail of something locker. We are all right then. Tell me what. It's all about new housekeeper Mr Bleaker Mrs Drucker names. She comes Outta the town last week. Either wait a minute. What at a time listening to both the US like trying to watch a tennis match? I can't keep up with the ball. All right now Janey. Well we've been noticing her and she acts real mysterious. What do you mean mysterious? Well it's like she was up to something and she's afraid someone's going to catch on tour. She appears out of the windows and she asks real suspicious. When you ring? The doorbell rang the doorbell. Or we tell right. We pretended card broken down and we wanted to use the phone. He didn't WanNa let us but she finally did. She didn't suspect a uh-huh and she didn't even know what were we followed her older now how we found out that she's up to something that's right. She went to Mr Bleaker store. And that Santa Claus go December Thirtieth Nineteen fifty-three Rodgers of the gazette on classic Radio Theater. The News of the day sixty six years ago is next the fourth generation owner of community. Coffee my great grandfather named community just out of appreciation respect for his friends and neighbors and for one one hundred years. Our family has been about two things. cray tasting coffee in great people and as America's number one family owned retail coffee brand. We believe it's our responsibility sponsor ability to continue to give them the best tasting coffee experience possible. And it's why we're excited for you to discover your new favourite blend. Look for community coffee at a store near you friends and family. 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Carl t curtis the Republican Nebraska of the House subcommittee a yesterday proposed a sweeping overhaul of the social security system to provide pensions immediately for all almost all retired. Persons over sixty five is program proposing those sweeping being changes in years would be financed by extending the social security tax to cover almost all workers under sixty five and to all types of income Los Angeles listen. Army of firefighters battled walls of flame and falling boulders as large as idols yesterday in a frantic effort to save Mount Wilson Observatory and seven television towers from. I'm a forest fire eating through the world's most valuable watershed from Augusta Georgia. President Eisenhower threw his support yesterday. Behind the manpower policy of channeling more government it depends contracts into areas where there has been a large amount of unemployment from Las Vegas. A theme Damore Sisters Josiah Magda and Eva made their nightclub club debut at the last Frontier Hotel Monday night in enacting which they did a parody of themselves as international glamour girl and from Chicago. The man Dan who settled into the firehouse was oddly. See what people call a mum. His closer raggedy needed to shave. His walk wasn't very steady. He handed a cigar. Box to fire marshal. Robert J Quinn inside a jumble of coins and dirty dollar bills totalling thirty three bucks. There was a message with said contributions for the family of Bob Jordan. Orden from Bob Jordan spins on West Madison Street West Madison cargo skid row popular by the city's cast-offs and derelict's on December number seventeenth fireman. Robert Jordan lost his life with four of his comrades while fighting a blaze at a dollar a day hotel on West Madison Street and those are some of the day's top news stories as reported in the newspapers a Wednesday December thirtieth nineteen fifty three on your radio. Rogers Cassette which continues now on classic Radio Theater. He went to Mr Bleaker store. Fanny 'cause don't you see what. How suspicious meeting Santa Claus of course a woman her age these there to talk to kids? And that's not all she made a sign to kind of weather is and then he met her out in the back of the store. They talked for about five minutes real serious and he gave her some money. How do you explain that? Mr Rogers don't explain it. I don't see why it needs any explaining explaining because that's the whole story. Then we sure so far. Don't you see Mr Rogers D- plotting something. Maybe a crime Santa clauses are accomplice. That would be quite right a story you know it does sound a little strange will Maggie. This is no time for aiding in a bathroom now girls I know you meant well. But you're getting getting people all riled up. We're sorry Mister Rogers I know you are but you just don't understand we'll do it like that in the big city. Sure all kinds of personal questions. We've seen it in the movies but Elyria isn't the big city and these people aren't strangers their friends and neighbors. You just can't go around pure and under their blinds hiding alleys story or no story. So he's fired. That's what you're GonNa say our first job and we failed. So it's I love that the biggest story of the year. And where are we out in the cold. Eight years now but can't even hold a job when we work for nothing. How are we ever going to face the kids at school gym now? We did our best. That's all anybody can do. We're still failures. No never live it down all right all right calm founded I give I take it all by you mean. We're hired again. Let's call it that he did you when he said Joanie Cure. We're back in harness. Come on let's go to work will interview Sadeq. Oh wait. Don't you ask anybody any more questions. Don't tell them your reporters tell them. You never heard of the gazette and throw away. Those notebooks go undercover. I look at the straight dope for you. Leave Act Mr Rogers and whole goes practice so long keep anding by. I changed any orders. Come here and help me get my foot out of my big mouth again. They own Sinoe if I move Merukh. There's there's GonNa leave McQueen in kind of a bad spot so only move. You can make doc go ahead and get it over with now. Don't rush me. Well I got to study this position a little study it fast. Ten minutes to midnight dog gun and I guess that is on the move of God. All right will move in with that Bishop. That's what you've been trying to do for twenty minutes. Maybe will by the way I feel. Well I understand. You're going to be kind on the spot for that lease payment the first January. I'm going to have to get Maggie Muslim illness. She just happened to let it slip in what I was thinking. We I got about three hundred in the bank. If it'll help you wish it was more but no thanks. I appreciate it but it'll workout somehow. How well there you got me but something will turn up though? Sam Hill's calling this kind of Roger speaking. Oh yes Mrs Kobe. What no not sense? This afternoon I see well now. Don't you worry about. I'll take a look around town. Call you a little later by. What's the matter will so to high school girls eager twins? They didn't come home tonight. You you're listening to Rodgers of the gazette starring Mr Rogers junior from December thirtieth nineteen fifty three on this Monday addition of Classic Radio Theater. On your favorite station friends and family. 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The conclusion of Rogers Gazette starring will rogers junior this originally broadcast sixty six years ago today. December thirtieth nineteen fifty three Well there it was just a few days until Christmas and will and I had a full-scale wholescale crisis on our hands. I can tell you we were both feeling mighty unhappy that night as we walked along Main Street beats me doc. The mall shop is closed. They weren't at the hamburger joint. Nothing else in towns open. I don't know where they could be. It's a poser. Will couple of kids that age. No car our. Where did they get to be taken to? Yeah I've been thinking that way. They were poking around into things. It's hard to tell what they might have stirred up there a couple of pretty the kids will. It's hard to tell which we could find the night constable. Things happen to them. I just don't say let's take a look down this alley back on bleeker store org. They were snooping around here early this afternoon. All boil o'clock well thirty. I think clock on half to blame for this. I should have stopped this reporter business this afternoon. Lay down the law. Oh forget it will. You didn't know anything like this was going to happen if anything in has happened. To course something as as Cobra said they'd never stayed away before without letting her know never this late. I should talk to them. Like adopt. Doc Look Back Door of leakers department store standing open. He's supposed that's where they are. I don't know but let's take a look. No Lights Murnian anybody's inside. They're fooling around in the dark compete with girls stock. They wouldn't be doing anything here. Police smoke were Ya up now to take it easy et now fuse to shoot us. This town would be out of I write editor a fairly good doctor. Well well at you. I don't know shaken into hard to be sure. Is this way you uphold the lion lurking around in the shadows and jumping outed respectable citizens. Well no not ordinarily doc but I I got a crime on my hands tonight. Somebody's GonNa Rob Bleaker store on the doors and wide open their inside job. The way of figuring doreen fantastic with wonderful kids. Really were on to something now. Well you surely don't think they did know what kids is that eager the twins save. You've seen him tonight. No sign of will you. They're the ones that done this. They'll all have to take. Its course they didn't do it but they they may know something about it well accessory before the fact is just about as bad no no. It's nothing like that. Say I wonder if they you wonder if they what Nothing had going to check up on some see you later doc right yeah but but What about the robbery? Don't you want to get the story later. Brad complete with pictures pictures maybe a better dig up at one where I'm out with a posse wanting a rifle wearing six gun. Great idea head. And I'll see if I can find one where I'm holding the scalpel and wearing stethoscope. Maybe we'll both make the front page lights lights on on the house. Bleaker must still be anyway. Well we'll have to wake him. What the Dickens? This belongs to one of those girls. She was wearing the scarf this afternoon. Good evening you're Mrs. This is drake. I suppose that's right. My name's Rogers. I'd like to see Mr Bleaker. Can't he's gone to bed. This is pretty important. I guess you'll have to wake you know Sorry he hasn't even here but you said he'd gone to bed. I know I just said that. He told me to it. went out somewhere quite a while ago. Here from out of town Archer is drake yes. I'm back east. Why because everybody Elyria knows that Mr Bleaker is never stepped foot outside outside the house after nine o'clock in the evening for the last twenty five years because all come in and wait for him? You know you can. Yes I can now. He probably won't be Gone Very Long. Just waiting the parlor you can go about your best. No you can't go in there. You can't stay getting all upset. Mrs I've known Mr Bleaker for years. I know he won't mind if I I thought you said he'd gone out he told me to. He's just asleep. He often sleeps in that chair. NOT JUST ASLEEP MR bleaker Mr Blaker. What are you done? Nothing I told you in one of the twins. And what's going on here but I'm sure going to find out if you've done anything to those kids that's far enough. That don't don't do nothing having foolish Mr Rogers. That's quite an outfit. I guess you're Santa Claus leakers stores that I was till tonight. I've been too busy to change closer. All right you kids come on in here right and keep an eye on you if you got. All the blinds pulled down. There tried to Mr Cot us the same way I mean we. We're outside spying on Mrs Drake. She's wife and he's a criminal from the gun is loaded. He showed girls all right here. We all right. Just scared is all move over. Were they across the room. They're all three of you. Have to decide what to do with you. Mike what are you doing rogers. Just put my hat on the table any harm in that All right you've done it. Now move. Sure he rob Lee departments dorms GERACI hidden inside at closing time. And then Wade. The town got quiet and his wife. Poison Mr Bleaker. So they could clean out the house. He is in poisoned sleeping pills. Just another half an hour. We had the job done these four kids come snooping around it. We have a story or not Mr Rogers. Yes you had a story. I'm just sorry I was too thick headed to realize Forget into Rogers we all make mistakes. Banks Joni Gosh. What are we going to do? I guess that's up to Santa Claus. Here never mind the Santa Claus. Just I don't move away from that wall here either. You hold a gun on what I finished loading the car was it stuff from the wall. Say hearing we ought to get out of here Oh relaxed this. This is just a Hick town nothing to worry about when you say. Get Out of here. What happens to us? Never mind. Rogers you'll find out scared. Mr Raj choose. What do you think you'll do to us nothing you know what's good for him? You know what to do with the aright when he gets back and we're witnesses. I've read what they always do. Two witnesses batches city crime crime. Joni leary like Greg said. It's a Hick town. Don't worry about it. We acted pretty stupid. I Guess Star we got into this. Forget it it's is going to be the best story. The Gazette's had in months to write it. We will all right. I'll take a gun now. We're all set ready to go. Go where drake. How do you expect to hide out in the town of this saw? I don't we'll be two hundred miles from here before anybody even discovers this. Maybe oh meaning you these kids tip the police. No I don't think you will. I told you Mr Rogers is going to make sure we won't talk. What are you planning to do? Drake I found a coal room in the basement. It's concrete and got a heavy door on it. You could get your heads off. Nobody ever hear you all right. Let's all go down and take a look at it. Well that's sort of like to oblige you but I guess we'll just skip it. I said to start moving. I know what you said but I think you ought to take a look behind you. Oh what are you. Can you better drop that gun. Better do it. Drake adds a pretty fair shot. I got the slocum. Welcome boys along to their covering from that back window over there. I said drop it Mr Lady you move over over there with him you know like a Hick caught by dimwitted hit cup. Everything under control will. Yeah yeah but I was beginning to wonder what was keeping you. Well we stopped for coffee will now. Don't say that doc even joking that's how stories get started and ruin on a man's reputation will want the facts so we can put them in the paper. I did you give them to him. DROWSY IF I can get Mr Bleaker Waked up I eh rounded up the slocum boys and we come right over will just as soon as Myra called saying. That reminds me about letting Myra no. Everything's all right. WHO's Myra and who tipped off this? Constable Hello Myra Nice going. Yeah Ed got here all right I guess he in the slocum's welcomes are GonNa take them to jail. Say you did a okay. Read all about it tomorrow morning. And the gazette gee thanks Meyer up goodbye in. Meyer is the night telephone operator. Drake Mike you said leary is a heck town. We don't have dial phones when I laid my hat on the table here pushed rested up against the telephone so it lifted the receiver off Hook. MYRA did the rest. Oh maybe you ought to stay in the city when you finally get out of jail. The MR bleaker changes mind will about what Maggie extension on the lease payment. She last night he was real grateful and all that but last night last night. Yeah I thought of that here. Stick Business Safe for DOC and I left. I got him to sign an extension. Pretty pretty desperate more like Oh. We have raised the money. Somehow I guess the twins from the arms of Aunt Martha. I'm glad to be there. I guess we've lost a couple of good reporters thank heaven. You could get a little wearing to have them stumbling into something like that every week. Still feel guilty about it. Maggie was that fool speech. Set them off in the first place. That reminds me. Committee's Brubaker. Called this morning wondered if you'd make a talk at the next meet. No absolutely not. I'm not making any more speeches Maggie. Every time I do I get in trouble. Double over all right. Well tell her no positively not all right well made my last speech. That's final all right. Well Maggie the next meeting of what do and you have just heard. Rodgers of the gazette starring. Mr Will Rogers junior with Parley Baer Dot Clemens and Georgia Ellis has Nike buffum. Our story was written by Les Crutchfield and produced and transcribed by Norman MacDonald featured in the cast. Were Virginia Gregg Vic Perrin Howard McNair Nair and Lawrence Dobkin. The eager twins were carrim. Steel and eleanor. Tannin the special music. 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Ladies and gentlemen the story you're about to hear is true. Only the names have been changed to protect the innocent dragnet. This is classic radio. TATER Thurs I was a communist light so everybody packing. Now here's your host. Why it Cox Crime Drama from all the way back December thirtieth nineteen thirty eight the calling all cars program program and the program entitled Three Faces West Copyrighted Program created by Real Ram police calling all cards? Loyd's attention all cards broadcast. Two hundred sixty six regarding oh murderer be on the lookout for three suspect described as about sixteen years of aid last seen heading east on highway. Hi We sixty six boyd armed and dangerous. That's all rolling at the recent pan-american conference in Lima Peru. 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Eh We hear on every side that our youngsters are headed for perdition those of us who are willing to face facts realize that much of listen development is true nevertheless I personally feel that the young people of today the whole are no worse than the young people of yesterday this fact however we cannot deny the American home up today is not the settled normal old old-fashioned American home of the fast certainly a free boys about whom we are to here in this program would not have turned out that dad had had they been subjected to a more sane sensible home life. It is not only the ritual criminal but the parents and the youngsters youngsters up today to whom we must bring the lesson. That crime does not pay just how it affected the lives of the persons in our story we shall here air as the program progresses. The story opens small home in Philadelphia. A boy has just come home school. Mother what we've got the dinner. What's a matter? What are you crying about? Oh the same thing I cry about. Everyday son was dead home. You know I'm worried. They'd have to death for fear. He stopped at some saloon in his drinking up as paycheck paycheck. I thought he could as Joe then threatening to quit for a week at begged and pleaded with him to keep on working to find some kind of job then it can do as he pleases. I'm through with him. You mean you're going to leave him for good. Don't don't ask any questions now. Bill just go and see if you can find your father. The rent's due tomorrow. And it gets drinking and spends all his money. y'All go over to Dugan's where generally stops on Saturday hold Dugan cashes as check for him and shove the liquor Adam until he gets all the money back but if dad's there and he's got any cash left I'll get the don't hang around the place then if he's there try. Try to get into. Come home if you can't do that. Try to get his money away from him in some way but get back here as soon as you can. So I won't have to worry about you too hard. I won't be long. Oh and try to dig up something for supper mother. I'm hungry looking for your own course saying here in the back room. Did you catch his paycheck for sure. I'm all ready to do anything to help the fellow who work in the neighborhood and always ready to shove a bottle at them until they haven't got a cent less food for the wife and kids SMART engine well. I don't want on your wise cracks. I go out and get that old bum and drag him out of my. I place drank enough. Passey has gone back and take a look at them. who sowed cold is a macro hugh dirty rat dead dead? Wake up dead come on. Let's go home. Mother wants the money so she can get something for supper. Wake up I tell Ya Yeah GonNa Miss Right. He's out cold low. Take the money anyway Greg Greg. Great I mean we're already weren't hey get your hands on. My mother said to get money ahead left and I'm GONNA do it. Take your hand on my around sniping. I'm not not until I get this money. L. Won't eight attention. Oh leave me alone. I wanted to go to all right all right. Go to sleep and stay here as long as you please. I don't care if you come home and liberal smacky again will you will. But you're going to smack me just once too often jeopardy jammie sneaking hearings the money into my pocket. Why don't you bring your money home like other men do? No mom hasn't got a sent in the house. Don't you suppose we've gotTa have something tweet. Mothers sick too. She needs money medicine. Origin have respect for their privacy. You're not gonNA have any respect for you when you act like this. All we want is enough money to pay the rent that and buy food. She has some decent close to where the school. If you didn't spend all you made on liquor you mind. What you're saying is true? Like a tramp shame to be seen at school. It's all because I'm a victim of shame. Chances did then. Why don't you try to straighten? When I think of the money you used to make and the swell well home we head and how happy mother was? And you'RE GONNA lose her two if you don't stop all drink. She told me so just a few minutes ago. She's sick and tired of your drinking. He's GonNa leave you and another Saturday evening and you can go to get out of here. Get out you're not gonNA take another drink ought to smash into your go you ed show you there all right all right stay here and drink your head a come back with my money. Just ask your weight and I get home. I teach should've stated from me. All righty decant this matter with your mouth where the blood comes from. It's a present from my old man. Oh sacked well. If he's a fight mood you'd better get him out of my place where he starts trouble. Well listen you got him in that condition and if you want him out of here you can get him out your come back here and I have to put a piece of tape over their cut. Place lifts the idea than striking in the mouth. fisting sir. I'm just glad it didn't hit me with that bottle. Body was going for a second. You know mom I sort of feel sorry for dead in a way. He has had a lot of tough breaks head head. TUCK breaks to bill but they don't just quit with the family suffer for their misfortune high. No and I still respect him as my father but when he's in the condition he's in now and start slamming. Slann me around. I told him today's going to do it just once too often. Hear cut on your mouth hard to take Houston Houston but your cellphone. Drinking must remember that you spoke vibrant. Did forget myself and hit back at him. He'd have killed me he's big enough to do would yeah. I mean enough to when he's full of liquor there he is now. Put that money out of sight where he can't find it very either via yes. I've just been catching bills face. Face not content humiliating us in every other way. You use your fist on your own son in a public saloon. You got nerves chuckling about somebody idea. Hi Dear sending that race pick my pocket if I want my money out and why don't you dare. Do you suppose I wanted bill to go into that dirty diapers life. I had to send him so that we'd have money to pay the rent tomorrow. I'm I'm the head of this family who wouldn't have had a dollar left of bill hadn't taken it away from you while you were in a drunken stupor there. You wouldn't be home until midnight if you had sent left to buy anymore. Dougans Jewish manage you the head of this fan. You were once. Yes when you were respectable businessman and your wife and child at a decent home. You're preaching would have a chance to hear it after today. I've had all I can stand George George trump. I've talked to you through your bed as well as good and now watch now I am. I can't stand anymore I'm leaving. We're leaving me this. This is all your plan madeline. Rats I told you when you live. Ju Gazetted Tim you and I don't know what to answer. You know what I'm doing important to teach him to make several in my turn to give you some of the same thing you just try that you put your hands on. Ah Break your head with his turn. and WHO's Miami no I won't you won't anywhere. Maybe this or teaching my study. No doubt rat who bill. What have you done doing told him not to lay his hands on you? You've heard him badly okay. How bad is hurt him? December thirtieth nineteen eighteen. Thirty eight calling all cars on Classic Radio Theater with the recession ending. If you've been putting off building your business now is the time to act general steel. We'll we'll meet or beat any price on pre engineered still building of the same size and specifications act now before steel prices. Go Up so call us today for free information mation call eight hundred nine six five twelve ninety eight hundred nine six five twelve ninety eight hundred nine six. 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Bill you've got to leave here at once leave. What your father's hurt worse than we thought? I'm afraid the police are going to rescue right. Let them arrest me G I guess. A boys got a right to protect his mother when his drunken father starts to slam around nobile. I couldn't stand it on the verge of a nervous breakdown. Now if they put you in aura all right mom how go. Here's the money you took from your father today. But that's the next month there won't be any house sprint to pick next month here take it and use it for your railroad. There will. Do you think I ought to go to your aunt Margaret in Los Angeles. I'll send her an air mail letter explaining everything but now now hurry back a few things in your suitcase in slip out the window before for the police come in here to question you. What Oh you do it night I got plenty to do it? Night is the. I'm in my senior year at high school here and boy they sure. Do Paula Homework on me too. Well you should lead an exciting life. Why wouldn't you you do? You'll be surprised. Hey Johnny shooting. That old fastball. Atta boy boy. Say why don't you Johnny Tonight and really have some fun. Well it doesn't matter. Can't you leave the house. Oh sure I can go anywhere. I want to chimney my aunt's always asking me. Why don't meet some other fellas go out sometime? She doesn't like me to stick around the house too much. But I've only been out here in California about two months and I don't know many people. What did you come from Philadelphia you from Philly? Yeah Jeez Yeah. That's Johnny's hometown too. That's why me and him a such good pals. Hey Johnny Command. How long have you been going to school here? We don't go to school. We just wanted over here and started playing catch when we saw a couple of guys dropped the ball and glove's loves Dick. Here's another guy from philly. Yeah what's his name. I don't know he bought it. Ask all my name's Trent Bill Trent. Okay I'm Johnny Rutledge. I'm Dick Moral. He thought because we was playing catch on the ground here that we went to school. I should say not school days are over over. You mean you graduated. No he means we've quit you waited. We left school all six months ago in Philadelphia when we decided to see the world. And we've been tourist ever since She must have lots of money to travel around like that kind of work. Do you do work Johnny. What are we want to work for? Oh No I wasn't living with my aunt. I sure have to work. Kaji as it is. I don't get any spending money unless it's just a little change to go to a picture show once in a while. I don't like it out here. It's all right I guess but you see my mother's back in Philadelphia whole lot rather be with her geraint good to you. She's all right but I don't have anybody to pal around with how about get your uncle. Can't you go places with him. My Aunt's husband. You mean David separated for years but she's still young enough to enjoy beach parties and swimming and things like that. And why don't you go along with. Because she doesn't want me to she's always got some fell on the string and I'd just be in the way so I either stay at home or go to the show by myself. One that you'd rather be back with your mother and Philly uh-huh yeah I'm going back to just as soon as I can tell you what you do. Yeah you'll meet me and Dick Tonight at fourth and Broadway and we'll show you a little excitement fourth and Broadway. Yeah okay. I'll I'll be there all. I got to go to class now. Say What time shall we meet you about. Eight o'clock eight o'clock okay. I'll be there song Margaret Eaten anything. I'm not hungry tonight. Bill worried about solving archer. I had a letter from your mother today. Bad News very bad his mother sick. No she isn't sick. It's your father still drinking making mom's life miserable izzy. Your father is dead bill. Dad's did your mother sent special delivery airmail letter yesterday. It just passed away when she wrote it but I thought he was getting better in our last letter. MOM said is window. She didn't want to worry you he never did tell you the worst bill. Would he meet your father. Never left the hospital never recovered from me. The the accident the blow on the head for no no. You mean that I'm responsible for at least your mother's to blame. They arrested and charged with men smarter. She told them she struck your father but but they can't do that she didn't have anything to do with it. She's trying to protect you. She told the police that she was entirely response. We're going home at Margaret. I'm going tonight. And how will you get there. You haven't any money listen. Can you loan me enough railroad there. I'll pay it back just as soon as I can. I'm sorry do you know how hard it is for me to make ends meet. I just barely have enough to get by each week. Maybe you could wire your mother. She could borrow the money from some of our friends now. Now I've caused mother enough worry as it is now never mind. I'll get this going. Pack the Dick along with me Johnny. I never wrote a freight train in my life and you haven't been willing to come along and helped me out. I don't know how it ever get home. Get it whip housing. We we figured on going back next week. Any office side. It's like we. We're tired of town in Philadelphia. Sounds mighty good away from home along and you have keeping the shadow these boxcars bill on stick close. The Johnny needed up. Anything happens and we take it on the run. You just follow us and keep your mouth you understand. Oh yes yeah sure. I understand but I don't understand why you're carrying that gun. Look I don't WanNa get mixed up in a shooting scrape. I'm in enough trouble now. Going to get no trouble as long as you do what we tell you. What are you carrying a gun unfor? So we can Throwing case we run into any tramps or one of the cost. Sometimes they tried it. Throws you off the training. You'll bill come over here and see what I found. Yeah what is it. A car loaded with canned goods and the goal was already broken. Oh yeah you wouldn't kid. Would you come on bill. Hey this is risky in the catches them an empty car. It'll be bad enough role in how lucky on at least you can get arrested or shut up. Dick ain't gonNA have enough trouble with the cops when he gets home keep rubbing it in Pella us. Keep quiet yard. Detective I can tell by the way. Oh cars gun ready Johnny. Good no you said you only had that just girl all translate down the officer. You get your all other arrests coming first Johnny. If they get a police station you know what it means. Never take us in a voiced. Get you arrest us. Yeah wait and see him he does come on when you hit that ground. Bill you WANNA be running. Follow me and Johnny and don't pay no attention I cop. Let's go now shooting at US ducking between East. 'cause what am Johnny. Try to plug me with your copper. I'll show you breath. Walli runs and I'm going to stop them from doing both down. Why don't as children John One of it? He was trying China. Plug out. Wasn't he come on. Now take it on the line before the rest of the cops get here I'm going to stop over there by the highway. I try to hitch a ride home on. or You ain't sticking right with us but you said the police would be expecting head. North was GONNA fool them and go back to Los Angeles. And that's just what we are going to. You're going with us. WHOA no? I'm not. Don't stop here your whole you want them railroad cups to grab you. I'm going to Philadelphia Johnny. I'll get this bill and get it straight. I don't know whether you would squeal about plugging at copper. Not Nihay taking a chance. We still say taking chances. Cops have their own ways guys talk and if they ever get their hands on it. 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We'll go back to Los Angeles. Not me I'm going to Philadelphia so I kind of get tough with you. Take that gun out of my ribs and head for that car over there and make it snappy. Call right right you've got me. Let's Go and if you think I won't plug a you. Just Open your trap about what I've done at yard detective. The joke which we can't be seen standing talking to me having a little trouble Mr. Oh No no not much trouble game. They're losing a couple of my suitcases off the running board. You GotTa fix it tight on good tight so take me straight in Los Angeles. Yeah it'll take all straight in a Los Angeles backseat. What's what's up? Don't ask no questions. Just get in in an hurry. I'll drive Johnny House here young before I drill you know what a bill. Keep your eye on him to Johnny. I'll watch him get going and don't drive too fast. The car on the three boys eighteen twenty innovate driving down three x Ray. One seven six three x one seven. Six car was stolen homer smoking on I was going to be the same killed him. Railroad detective this arm and dangerous. That's all mm-hmm that Fella two civilians as miss down in the straight story we ought to be spotting them three baby bend. It's mighty soon. Yeah and I'd rather spot the toughest conference Alcatraz given eighteen year old. Oh boy gun get him. Cornered near should quicken greased lightning What do I see you tell me what do you see in that? Chapter filling stations. Say that the radiator on Plymouth at a bad leak. Yeah Oh yeah yeah I see what you mean. Let's go get them. Of course there may be more than one car with a leaky radiator on highway. There either traveling mighty faster than I'd very by out out of a little bit of water wasn't hasn't been on the road very long. Three x one seven six On down the side of the road some funny about this job anybody in the car driver I the back of the Guy Getting Ready to shoot it out. We're going to second base stop. Stop White for them. MM-HMM I got your hand. Yes yes they're up. You can have the car. I didn't mean to steal it just trying to get home while you're just going to jail now I gotta go home I tell ah you may not know it son but you've changed your address. Go ahead Mitchell. I'll drive this car on a show. This young man the way to his new home. I hope you can make him captain reeves and I worked for about three hours this morning. We can't get a thing. Just says he wants to go home man. He's got to get home and he lied about his name and also about where he lived but bring me see what I can do. If you don't mind my suggesting and captain boys practically a nervous wreck I'll go easy on bringing in the hospital. Now Talk to the owner of the car bill. Sit on your last name. Names George Malcolm now we might as well start off right sounded in the right ways to tell the truth. Your name's not George Malcolm in you. Don't live in Pittsburgh. We have telegram here. which did you build Trenton? You'll live in Philadelphia okay. How'd you find out simplest thing in the world if you look at the label on the inside of the overcoats? You'll see the name of the store in Philadelphia where you bought it. Yeah he yeah I see and I forgot about write my name on the label inside the Puckett. I guess I'm not very smarter out of turn that out or you're not very Morville you'd open up and tell us what you know. Be a lot better for you. Look I said I wasn't smart. But you fellas take me for a fool. Tell you what I know and stay in jail for ten years. Maybe no I'll tell you nothing if if you can keep me here for the rest of my life just because we'll talk on you'll have to do it. You got the wrong end of that match in your mouth. Bill is a couple of fresh racial ones to on them for a while. I will talk to the man that owns the car. He'll tell you I didn't hold him up dead. I didn't steal a car driving the car. Sure I was driving it sure I was. I was trying to get away from from home. I can't tell you and I'll tell you I know we've already talked to Mr Berry. The man who owns the car and we know you didn't hold him up. We also know that one of the other boys forced you in the back seat with Mr Barry and held a gun on both of you now you were trying to get away from those other boys bill. Weren't you sure I can't tell you. Did you happen to be with him when the hill that Mister Barone Stoli's car I can't tell you that either you're with them when they kill the railroad detective. I won't tell you anything you're trying to make a rat out on me. You want me to be a squeal. I don't you don't do it. You can't make me WanNa let your mother stay in jail because you want to protect a couple of murderers. I told you. I've got to get home in Philadelphia. Police say a mother is accused of killing your father. She didn't do she's innocent Outta here so I can go home and clear my mother's name. Why don't did you clear your own name? Don't you see Johnny. I'm Dick we're trying to help me get home. And all his troubles happened. I can't turn on them now. Bigger fool fool in Turkey for bill those are the two boys were framing. You from the start. No no I believe that we were trying to steal right on the freight train and I had to get home somehow and and this and that cop didn't have no right to shoot out just because you happen to be in Mr Berries car alone. The other boys hopped out right after Johnny Johny Slug Mr Berry and threw him from the car gone. They told me to go on Hunger Philadelphia and keep my mouth shut and I was worried about mother. Just the car started didn't kill shouldn't I didn't hear I did. She taking the blame to save me but I I didn't mean to kill him. The beet men and then he turned and hit mother and I slammed him with a chair and let me go home for like an ELP or addiction Johny now. They tried to frame your with a car bill. I knew you'd be called driving. Where are they hiding? Can you whether even left the gun in the car. So you'd be accused of the murderer that your detective in our boys hiding. I don't know where they are. I don't care if they are not worrying about them. I'm only thinking about my mother. I've got to get to attend understand that I've got the help. I know where the boys lived here in Los Angeles. Did they tell you where they lived in Philadelphia. Were you help us to find them. But you help me get to my mother. If you'll tell us the truth will help you. Take out everything. The District Attorney Fitts Bill. Trent told all he knew he was returned to Philadelphia where he was able to clear his mother of the charge against her breath. He gave full cooperation to officers in the apprehension of Rutledge and dig Marl. They're arrested returned to Los Angeles and tried for the shooting. Adding other railroad detective both received sentences in San Quentin prison where they are learning bitterly. That crime does not pay. Thank you Mr Fits just a reminder that tomorrow is the last day of the December test of loyalty so don't forget your friend that gesture to the cost the sponsoring myself by seeing your Grande dealer tomato. The model tell him. You're calling all cars ban which I'm Happy New Year and vindicate the Confidence We have in our calling all cars friends. Now Mel Williamson your writer and producer Hatch and his orchestra your cast and Jack Edwards. Who played the part of Bill? Trent join me in wishing you a happy new year Please calling our attention. All Kite account later broadcast two hundred sixty sector goggin murder suspect in this case are now in custody that's all really Narrator federick limbs hitting your goodnight the Rio Grande The next week at this time Rio Grande de will present the case the grass skirt. 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They're the old now Hallett bus driven by Harry heading north on route. Three Narratives New Hampshire the opening of their summer theatre autour with Westchester Furioso. And this Harry carefully keeps the speed fifty five miles per hour. We quit cold. It looks like I don't really know Calvin along I'd tell that this must be thirty years old anyway until says Malheur will on the front brock. Look here with a pencil or dark. Pat Ain't something is written canopy like part ninety eight thirty six they look. They wrote this and greed jock says nutty Giles. Eighteen thirty seven Laureano. All that band got around all right related. Look here Pittsburgh Massachusetts bigger park in your eyes on the road. Harry Gas I will mall. Room was his year. They must've played later. Congress right no further is right okay. Yeah he's back very there. Oh how guest. I'll fire away from. That's nationwide our zoo. They'll reckon I I suppose supposedly should be Mashuo about half an hour so we'll be up in new meredith another forty minutes us after that so we have too much time. Pass that truck Harry and I was going to try to think I've got enough even the on again. Maybe that'll maybe you'll pull all OUGHTA get a show about pass Harry. I think I see a police. Go back there and back on time all right. Well I'll stay in mind driving. We don't want nonsense right all all right. That police cars cycling area. I think he is not using a siren. Even though I don't think they will aren't. They thought they want that power they want us. It's all Good One yes officer her. Why are we going to Meredith New Hampshire with the cast and crew of Westchester Furioso? Mary backstage broadly star million in other women. And this is my wife Mary. We we have kids an Est.. Tom And we WANNA keep on of course you. You're doing on a major route like this and I'll give you what are you sound like. Why is New York is to me? Well yes we from the. That's why I would like to go right on through mainly that's like like waving a red flag in me. What do you mean well give me a lot of fact talking SASS and then capping it off with telling me you're from new Ya'll back talk? Ask supposed to open. What are the kids doing out on a major highway like does? That's no way to talk to a uniform opponent of the law you know that. I think he's probably probably right now. Eight hundred eight. Have Inspection on this. This is you went by dozing down there on the back door you you guys went by and I picked you up out of the CAR MY I. This is an old bus. I've an eating the speed down fifty-five officer I've been very careful to follow the government's mandate buzz hasn't had a safety check in years. He's supposed to have this thing right here. And you wish you well Mr Model that was supposed to take care of it Greg The officer says there's no inspection sticker on this smell hanging on me or the driver. You'll arranged a higher it didn't you. You're the drive. Talk them about of it. Yes Harry do something for heaven's Sake A- and so a police officer stops boss carrying on friends to meredith real able to continue on their way in opening just short. Join US tomorrow when Calvin say where do you put up on his four. That's tomorrow and exciting. The episode of very backstage guy. I think it's time to clean on what we've been doing the way of extra curricular activities for Bob and Ray Staff. Well only four Bob and ray staff for for ourselves to We have noticed down through the years years after broadcasting or the last twenty twenty five years or so but oftentimes the critical point in the script. Maybe at the very the very end of the joke. The punchline I will come down with a crippling frog or or Bob will have a bad that Breathing difficulty or sneeze in the middle of a punch line and We have prevailed upon Mr and Mrs Neil Caliber Man. I don't know the name rings particular valid with you all. But she's the famous ones a famous opera diva and himself a great voice teacher. They here now to take us through her opening exercises and Welcome to our government. We're not going to take the time to chat with you today. We just like to have you kind of run through some of the exercises that we've been practicing at the thing this past week and see if We've gotten everything came with you and I was all tune and everything is alright. I play the piano. That right Mrs Mr Albumin Kevin. How about those exercises? You gave me those thank you. Thank you order one after clear Naaman they're all developments Bob Trying that all week and he listens. Albumin is one of the highest quality ranges in How do you do that lady? This is what you've been practicing. All I can't get just too high Info Feldman I saw a on the way down. Why don't you go dark? degreed he always founded joke. I borrowed the car. I bought all doing talk. Yeah all right all right. I almost a compliment. I think maybe we'd better I think maybe less until next week Folks Drill Nice having you both here back to our studio. The yard awesome only by the way we aww out knows. Our children are growing faster than our schools. ooh And ten years from today condition may become desperate. Unless we do something about it. Now if you'd like to do something constructive about it now right to better school nine in New York New York off and we thank you for joining us on Classic Radio Theater. You can find us on our website. Classic Radio Dot Stream that is classic. Acid radio dot stream where you can stream classic Radio Theatre podcasts. Our email address classic radio theatre gmail.com and our podcasts are available all through. 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She had an adds. It would be more than twenty four hours before the White House officially confirmed the conversation. The sixty three word American description. The call largely echoed the Russian version with the addition that the men also discussed arms control starting tomorrow all low the Income Californians younger than age twenty six who meet the income requirements will be able to sign up for health insurance of the medical program regardless of their immigration in status. Suzanne Potter has our report. The state estimates that one hundred thirty eight thousand young people will sign up a small but significant chunk of the state's uninsured sure population Caroliina with the California immigrant. Policy Center. Says that will make significant progress towards universal coverage. The majority of California's uninsured are undocumented. Folks and I believe that's around one point four million Californians who aren't able to access US healthcare coverage or medical simply because of where they were born in two thousand fifteen. The state voted to extend coverage to all children regardless of immigration status. So people who were on medical under the health for all kids initiative can now stay on it until age twenty six president trump has called the policy say quote unfair to our citizens advocates for truly universal healthcare. Say the next step will be to look for ways to secure coverage for undocumented people people who are older than sixty five and with the holidays coming to a close some folks already gearing up for another stressful time tax season. But some don't the codes could Friday a bit easier to pay Uncle Sam. Twenty twenty about thirty thousand older adults will no longer have to pay a state income tax on their social security benefits after after a dramatic chain of events at the State House a full repeal of income tax on social security benefits was given do not pass recommendations by Legislative Committees. AARP AARP North Dakota volunteer state president. Kathy Sean explains that Senate leadership reconsidered. After hundreds of people spoke out in support of the bill what we did is. It's kind of a hail. Mary is to send out notifications via text and email to members and friends Bay Air P.. And said this is going to be voted you don and we were overwhelmed that it actually passed. The new law was signed by Governor. Doug Burgum in May Mary Sherman reporting this is. PS Got US environmentalist or hailing order last week by the US Department of Commerce that affects the Chesapeake Bay last week the US Department of Commerce. I ordered Virginia's men Hayden fishery in Chesapeake Bay. The largest on the east coast to close down. Because official company exceeded the fishing limit enforced forced by the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission. Chris more with the Chesapeake Bay Foundation says the move is an environmental victory because the fish are essential to to maintain the ecological balance of the day. They really serve as forged for a variety of other species. So things like stripe pass things like speckled trout they like summer summer. Flounder Birds Ospreys and loon officials from read. Ville based Omega Protein defended its noncompliance with the fifty one thousand metric ton cab HAP- claiming Virginia's lawmakers had never adopted the CAP. However the State's twenty twenty General Assembly will consider legislation to formally recognize is the limit? Worse says men Hayden need protection more than ever because over the past twenty years the number of the small fish coming into the bay has gone down. He points out that scientists don't know the exact number of men Hayden in the bay at any particular time but they do that. This reduction has impacted the population of striped bass and rock fish in ecosystem which are showing signs of poor nutrition for public news service. I'm Diane Bernard Finally Mark Richardson. Interesting reports a bipartisan. Bill Zeina proactively manage wildlife species to keep them off an endangered species. List is pending when the Congress reconvenes next week the recovering America's Wildlife Act or dedicate one point four billion dollars annually toward voluntary conservation efforts for at risk wildlife species in Arizona and other understates. The money will be spent by the Arizona game and fish department and other state wildlife agencies to implement their States Wildlife Action Plans Arizona Wildlife Federation President President. Brian Powell says the bill is designed to protect about twelve thousand species in need of conservation attention or Arizona. It'll bring an infusion of money to the state that it'll be used on those that are being imperilled many of these species list and costume billions of dollars once that occurs. The action is. It's eight thirty. Seven forty two was passed out of the House Natural Resources Committee last week and said to the full House of Representatives for Action Committee Chair Arizona Democrat Rowlett. Alva- ushered the measure through with votes from both sides of the aisle. The bill would also allocate about one hundred million dollars each year for tribal wildlife conservation efforts a a particular boon to Arizona where more than a quarter of the state's lands could benefit Arizona. Wildlife officials have identified five hundred thirty one species that need conservation assistance and if past advocates. Say it would be the most significant investment in wildlife conservation in decades. I'm Mike Clifford from public service. We are member and listener supported and raw line public hoping to service DOT. Org The USA radio network presents the greatest radio programs of all time Dylan the United States Marshal the first man they look for a last chance job and it makes them watchful at a little lonely Eh. This is classic Radio Theater. James Stewart as six. You in have gun travels over the lone ranger. Now here's your host. Why it Cox well we? Head to December thirtieth nineteen fifty four. And the Roy Rogers show. Oh this episode entitled this Old House and he might expect there's something in this old house To Dependable Dodge dealer in your neighborhood the man who sells a service the player fashioned fifty five dodge present Roy Rogers Radio Show as folks. It's the Roy Rogers Radio Show for the whole family. Adventures this ban and Buzek starring Roy Rogers Rogers King of the Cowboys and eleven of the West with Pat Brady. The mellow man and an all star cast now hit agree to with the song into story. Roy Roy Dale Allison John. Good evening folks. Greetings again to the whole family. I guess it's a little too soon to say happy New Year but I'll say it anyway. This has been a good year for us and we certainly hope that it's been a good year for you. We want to close off nineteen fifty four by telling you a story about an old house sort of like the one in the song we were just saying they'll patent. I went up the coast to a town called louder. Deal Awhile back to take part in their pioneer day celebration while we were were there a friend of ours but the name Bill Crawford asked me to take a look at some of his property. Well he was thinking about buying. It was a big old house at a high cliff with the mountains on one side and the ocean on the other bill. Ask us to meet him there. One morning today was grey and cloudy looking and so was the house. Sure is a scoop. You'll place ain't at Roy. Yeah shudders all hanging lopsided know paint these weeds Roy. Yeah I see well. Let's go inside the House and week for Bill Roy. E If you don't mind I'll wait outside now. You're not afraid of an old house or you. I mean afraid of us why I had come back here Harry Roy Doc. Hello Hello anybody here. Yes Roy somebody here. Where over there? I don't think you'll answer you a knife in his back. Ah sure it wasn't there any identification edification on the man at all not a scrap. Some small change in this piece of paper as the paper. Got Some writing on a but it doesn't make sense. May I see it sure. Six East from sealed three inches up turn four main set at twelve. And what does that mean. I don't know I'll bet I know what well I saw. Movie once and there was a note like that and it turned out to be the and cryptology Crapton Grafitti was in code cryptology. Pat You know he could be right. Roy What'd Salaam right. It's simple just give me a minute to figure it out. Now let's see sixties from seal. That could be and three inches up. Well that's plain enough not turn four th Maine Twelve. Yeah we'd better get back to town and call Asharq. Neil Yeah Yeah. I wonder what he'll say when we tell them about the a dead man I just hope he knows who the dead man is. I see Z.. Found place all right. Yeah we found it. Here is nice up here isn't the house doesn't look like much when I get through fixing it up it's gonNA bail there's a dead man inside aside you're kidding I'm serious. Come on in take a look dim. Fine sure when we got here we heard a man screaming there on the forward you were saying right down. The floor was what right there on. The floor was a man with a knife. And he's back now he's gone. Well Sheriff find a thing Roy. been over the place from top to bottom. There's no dead body in this old house. Share remember there an awful lot of rooms uh-huh and Carter's in this house. Maybe even secret passages secret passages You know how stories get started. Dale some of the towns people think the house is haunted. Some some of them think that old man Selvi built a lot of secret hideaways in it that might be true selby smugly smuggler. That's what they say. What did he smuggle muggle practically everything rum? Orientals of course was a long time ago. And it's possible that there are some secret rooms in the house. It's also so possible that the killer was hiding one of them and when we went outside to wait for bill he removed the body except for one thing what well. How did the killer get out without us seeing him? Maybe he didn't maybe still here. Yeah maybe he's still a Roy he had better be getting back to town. The Grand Parade Starts Powers in a minute PAT sheriff. I've got something else to show you. I took it out of the did man's pocket I. I hope you won't think this is a publicity stunt to what is it this. His piece of paper six east from seal three inches up turned fourth main and said well what is it. I was hoping it'd make some sense to you on. It doesn't say this is in the dead man's pocket that's right cryptic notes missing bodies all broken down as Crawford. Are you sure this is some idea you've cooked up. Of course not at well. I heard you were thinking of buying this place while you wanted. Beats me unless you're figuring on making it into a curiosity selling tickets to tourists. Now Listen Hotel I give you my word that when we entered this house there was a dead man on the floor right in front of that fancy would car fireplace. Okay Roy if you say so so I'm going to have a hard time convention. Anybody that a murder was committed without a corporate. Aw Doc now take it easy you too. I know you're all set rare goal but the parade eight started yet high fat high trigger. Sir My you're sure all fitted today trigger. Alright bullet you're pretty to whereas Roy pat well. He said he was. Oh here comes now. Hi I guess they're about ready to start. Here is a nice crowd. Rogers yes my name's Richards Jack Rich. I'm a reporter on the local paper the Lauderdale Times. Oh how do you do this. Dale Evans and Pat Brady. I understand you found a dead body out the old Salvi House this morning. Yes we did and now it's disappeared. That's right boy. What a story you know? We don't get a break like that in these parts very often tell me. Are you going to do any investigating getting. I don't know that all depends on what the sheriff does. Well if you should go back out there and if you find anything I'd appreciate knowing about it. Well it would mean a lot ought to get a personal firsthand interview. You hear Mr Richards. If I find out anything obliglated let you know here comes share good. Maybe he's got some news. Well I see the words gotten to the local news hound sheriff. It's not often. We got a story that might be worth putting on the wire service. Anything new sheriff. No no I don't think we'll ever find anything in that old house without tearing it down from top to bottom. I don't think Mister Crawford with like that. He's figuring during on buying the place you know. Well ICAN have it then. I take it that you've given up trying to find the body. Sheriff I don't know what else can do Roy decides have got other matters to look into on the boat. Landing just reported that one of his boats is missing. I mean money okay daylight. I guess they're ready for us. Easy trigger for me. Joe and Brian Mistress Special Guest Okay Mr Priebus told me what happened again and try to be a little more specific. No no not Pacific's perfect. Well never mind. Just tell me what happened. I can I tell you said you don't understand milken. I tell you again this morning when I opened the landing do both gone missing these moaning. I find not with money and this is the no that's denote will return. Vote tomorrow. Should cover it. We notice five dollars. What about the other boat about it? That's what I ask you. She still missing. When was the other boat returned? This morning I inside the boathouse. I listen to the radio I got to get both from some fishermen I find one. Both both missing died the water. But you didn't see who returned it many times. I got to tell you I know see. I know she'll bring back one but still we're GONNA start a search for the boat. It's got to be someplace someplace. Yes but where sheriff's office. Yeah this is Roy Roy. What's up man? You told me about one lost the vote yes has he found yet no Wi carr looking on the beach blow the old Selby House. 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Oh well this is starting to make little sense. It sure is the way I figure it. Bruce Manning escaped from prison and came back to get the money which he had hidden in the old house Somebody else knew the money was there and killed him when manning went to get it. I've got a call in out of the warden. The prison let him know. Manning is dead. The only thing that puzzles me is why we didn't get a report on Manning's escape more than that. Puzzles me chef. If somebody else besides many knew that the money was hidden hidden in the old house. Why didn't that somebody take it during all these years at manning was in prison? Well that's simple Roy. Maybe that somebody knew about the money but it didn't know exactly where it was hidden in. Maybe tried to find good. I think you're getting hot pants. Keep working on sheriff. You said that this Bruce Manning stolen money from Bill Crawford's father Damn Damn well then bill would certainly have known that the money was never recovered and bill would've felt that the money was his Roy. You don't huddle but it sure would explain why Bill Crawford was trying to buy that old broken down house shirt. Would Bill on the house. Then you'd have plenty of time to search it for the money. I think we've got it solved Roy. Bill Crawford was in the old house searching for the money. One Bruce Manning shows up they get into a fight and bill kills a hold on share. However I think we ought to have a talk with bill? I don't think we can jump at conclusions too. Many things need explaining such as such a piece of paper on Manning's body with the cryptic message. Jonah Sheriff's Office Comic George Warden. We've got your escaped prisoner here. Only why didn't we get some notification vacation escape prisoner. Why Bruce Manning? He was stabbed to death this morning when he tried. Manning well that's right tried. Recover the money stolen. Somebody killed him too bad sorry to hear that he was a model prisoner. gave us no trouble off. What Bruce Manning that his time syrup ten years but the urine seven months for good behavior he was released two days ago? Saddam share Roy any further developments. Here's US bill or are the missing body has been found all where on the beach below the old house. Somebody evidently threw it into the ocean. Forgot that the current in that part of the bay washes everything right back into shore. IC- well who was he bruce Manning Bruce he still imprisoned he was in prison bill. Oh you mean he escaped. He didn't escape he was released released. Win Glenn two days ago but he was given a ten year sentence he got time off for good behavior. I see well then that means he must have had had the money hidden in the old house he came back to get it and yes bill and what. It's pretty obvious. Somebody followed him and killed him. You know that's the way we've got ED figured bill. Are you sure you didn't know that manning was being released from prison. Of course I'm sure how would I know you could have read it in the paper. It wasn't in the paper. I read the paper every day. There wasn't a line about it. Wait a minute using it was me. Don't you using it bill. Are you sure there was nothing in the paper. About Bruce Manning's release. I'm positive did use anything about Manning's releasing the paper share. Well No. Oh but that doesn't prove anything. I never read the local sheet. I'm sorry bill but I've got to hold you on suspicion of murder. I didn't kill him. Roy You've gotta gotTa believe me. I swear I didn't what can I do. Really is Mr Richard here Jack Reggie reporter yes million here look good. I see a copy of the paper from yesterday and the day before yesterday only January Jan.. Who Don't know where they keep us stuff? You're welcome to look around okay. Thanks Mondale Pat. Dale you take that pile of papers and that you look through these. I'll take back over here find anything. There's nothing in yesterday's paper nothing in today's either maybe two days ago. Here's a copy. The other wow folks. This is a pleasant surprise. What can I do for you? Not a thing Mr Richards. I thought maybe I can do something for you. I mean you've got a story for me. Maybe I thought you might like to know why Bruce Manning was killed sucks Mr Rogers. That's no story. He was killed hill because of the money he embezzled. It was then that old Selby House. Sheriff told me that I see but Sheriff tell you that the money is still there no no is it. I think so and I think I know where it is due. I'm going out there now to get you just stand by. Maybe I'll have a big story. Sorry for you to put on your wire service. Fifty thousand dollars discovered an old house. She Mr Rogers. You Bet. I'll stand by I sure will For how much longer we GONNA wait Roy. I don't know why it well it sitting here. Nestle drafty house. It's getting awfully cold in here. Roy Do you think the killer will come back. I can't be sure but I think when that reporter fell against do tell everybody in town that I know where the money's hidden the information Asian may get back to the killer. What made you sure that the money still here? I'm not sure not sure of anything that I don't think the killer found the money why well in the first place. He didn't have time. He was kept pretty busy. You know hiding himself and getting rid of the corpse. I don't think he had time to look for the money. Well we'll see what happened. In December thirtieth nineteen fifty. Four the Roy Rogers show on Classic Radio Theater. I have the conclusion in our next half hour along with the conclusion of yours. A yours truly Johnny Dollar Story Wyatt Cox and thanks for tuning in to Classic Radio Theater Right here friends and family family. 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There's just one flaw in your theory. Mr Rogers Yeah. Aw Possible. The Cure. Follow Goose Manning. Here waited until we covered the money and then killed him that's possible.

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