18 Burst results for "Ben Thirty"
"ben thirty" Discussed on Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin
"Line the good news for najji harass. You played every snap. The bad news is not run. The average like two point eight yards per carry two point. Three of them were before contact Were africa contact. Rather so i do. I love the usage though with with nausea harris. That's a guy who has to be in your lineup. Right now if you look at the offensive line you're like no. I have to hold my noobs. Put on airs by lineup. I think that's fine But you have to put them in your lineup. Guys running back to play one hundred percent of the snaps are not common in this day. Age in the nfl Thirty eight thirty two throws for ben rothlisberger tend to deontay johnson. Eight to juju. Smith schuster five to chase play pool and very conservative of five point five yards. I wonder how much of that was the matchup with the with the buffalo bills. But just five of ben's thirty two pass attempts traveled more than fifteen yards in the air. That's good news for deontay johnson juju. That's not as good news for taste very good point all right. Let's get to the bangles jomar as they play at the bears but as all of that stuff in the preseason look pretty good thanks i mean look i. I can't say i wasn't a little concerned. You know with all that and then the story comes al. My god. He doesn't know how to catch the nfl football and he was literally just asking answering the question of what makes the nfl football different. You know it was factual what he was saying. He comes out in week one. Tomorrow's he leads the bengals receivers in snaps. He leads the bengals. Receivers in routes run. He leaves the bengals receivers in targets. He leaves the bengals receivers in yards. He scores a touchdown. Jomar case was used as the bengals number one wide receiver. In week one t higgins did leave briefly he did lee briefly with a With a dehydration situation. He needed to get v. But jomar chase right. Now is somebody. I want in my lineup. The bears are out there They have problems in the slot. Supercup eat them alive. Just a gut feeling for me that. This is a weak for tyler boyd to get back in the box score and eat for the cincinnati bengals. Oh and by the way speaking of belco usage we just talked about it with najji harris. Joe mixon thirty three touches. Let all running backs in week one. If he stays on the field joe mix it will be league winner. That is guaranteed nice. Whatever the bears. I think david montgomery looks good. The problem is they use damian williams in a kind of pseudo torri coen ish role The bears average just three point two yards on first down which is miserable..
"ben thirty" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain
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We've got cowboys wide receiver and espn analyst. Michael irvin the steelers will finish third in the afc north. I can't find eight wins on their schedule Okay I mean it's one of those things like i anytime anytime. A approach with anything. Michael irvin would say. I can't imagine ever responding to anything other than like. It's unless he's telling me about being a better wide receiver i. I don't know that he can't find on schedule. Great my day will continue on this as it has. The world continue spinning on its axis. Yeah michael to sunday yet dad. Well hey i hate to say that. I become in a stephen smith disciple but he you know if he thinks when when asked if he thinks steelers will have their first losing season under mike tomlin. He says hell no. Oh okay my new hero mike. Mike tannenbaum espn. He puts us with five and twelve record. But he's still gives tj twelve sacks and nause eleven hundred yards. So how does that work necessarily like. Ben throws three picks a game Massive injuries the entire offense of lying just sits out the second quarter the over. I guess bet the over. I suppose yeah i i. That's one of those like he doesn't just give a prediction. He leaves a mystery for you to solve our here. We go we've got. Nfl dot com. Cynthia froylan okay. I guess she has a real big computer she. She ran three hundred thousand. Simulations of every single regular season game. That's a lot of madden punishment would make someone you don't like do i. Played probably about one hundred thousand games of man and she puts our record at eight point four win saw and in our ceiling. We never get more than nine point. Nine wins wow that that keeps you out of the playoffs. Yeah that that that's that boy. That's a rough three hundred thousand different seasons we had or whatever this purgatory where we just keep the missing the playoffs over and over again fentanyl. You've got season tickets. But you're stuck at cynthia froylan simulation. And you're only watching eight eight and eight and ten steelers. Eight nine dealer teams All right it feels at some point. I would be like this. Has to be like groundhog day. Like okay if i don't get a hot dog in the second quarter. Maybe this is the one hundred fifty three thousand game where they win. Like oh steelers groundhog day. I think we can get that. Green lit called me. Call me where. We're all those hollywood hotshots listening. Call me all right. Let's go to my new hero. Skip bayless at real skip bayless. I believe the steelers will be better than the ravens this year. Is that really all the matters. I think it might if steelers coming second in the division and only a still do better than the ravens i. i don't know. I imagined second under division is probably going to get you into the playoffs unless something bizarre happened somewhere else. So yeah i'll take. I do feel weird that. We've gone through these predictions. So far and i find myself with positive feelings toward stephen a smith and skip bayless which has just how difficult this time of year is. Hey you know it's it's life is like wrestling he heels and faces turn each and every day you that that's deep as your as the world turns you're right you're right let's break it down and in fact the the bottom line here comes from matt add more one to matt. T t t t. It's crazy to me. That people think ben is completely washed Let's compare the stats. Ben in josh rosen. Ben twelve and three last year josh thirteen and three band sixty five point. Six completion percentage josh sixty nine point two. That's that's actually that's a that's a big difference four percent. It's it's not nothing but it's also not like. Wow this guy. Were so much better ben. Thirty three touchdowns ten interceptions josh thirty seven touchdowns ten interceptions rating qb rating. Which i think is how is you know you have to have the the one ring. Determined to the rating ninety four point one rating for bank one zero seven point two rating for judge. You know that seems like a big difference there too right. I mean these these. These are sizable differences in the but again. They're not egregious differences. They're not so so dramatic that you're like this. One guy is going to go to the afc championship game if not the super bowl whereas this other guy is going to go. Five and twelve. And josh rosen has to step up their against a personally hurt. T. j. watt. Personally taking everything personally. You did mean josh allen. George mason well we all remember because i feel like Each of us looks at me. Like i could be that guy that got picked area early on and then did nothing with his career. So yes but josh allen that that that's what we might yes just double checking. I wanna move on real quick to a mean that was going around. I it's true was a mean. This was a picture of joe montana. Okay and he says. How do i feel about the forty niners. I'm a pittsburgh guy at heart. So i refer the steelers any truth to that would see. I believe it. i wouldn't at all surprise me. I mean what little. I know of joe montana and what little i've been able to consume through the media. Is that more or less like despite the fact of being. You know one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time and this time winner he is beyond that more or less kind of like a quiet reserved sorta if not normal than at least not ostentatious man. So i wouldn't be at all surprised if he was like. Yeah i as someone that just watches the game. I root for my hometown team where from You know ostentatious man is at marvel or dc. I think between that and the transient word..
"ben thirty" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"All hard to explain. It doesn't make sense if you're physically hard to explain that is an incredibly rare space even for great players. I mean tom. Brady's forty four. he's showing no signs of age. Jim brown was the size of defensive lineman in his era and yet was the most skilled player jerry. Rice was not recruited by any elite powers was never the fastest receiver in most games. He played in and you couldn't cover him dion sanders couldn't cover them. Lawrence taylor started his career and college is a tight end and is probably the most unblock player and relentless pass rusher in the history of football and reggie white house. He that strong. He weighed two hundred ninety pounds. Is anybody ever figured out how reggie white. In fact he was six five for a defensive lineman which is too tall. It's hard to get good pad leverage. He wasn't even three hundred pounds. It was to ninety. And he's the physically most dominating player i've ever seen and that's the thing about brady on the eve of yet another year for tom arms. Legs mind forty four. Still a some. Say plus ben thirty nine. Let's be honest. he feels old. Drew brees at thirty eight thirty nine forty felt old. Philip rivers last year at thirty nine. Look really old peyton manning near the end. You're like that old paid. We've got young peyton peyton. Aaron rodgers is thirty seven now. He doesn't play old but he is talking about retirement. So that kind of sounds old right. He's look he sees himself as a guy. That's gonna move away sooner than later. Tom brady is now moved into a category. That sort of defies explanation. It's kind of extraordinary. Like how do you explain his drive close with his family. Very normal childhood in northern california. Good baseball player. Good football player gets along with cisterns mom and his dad. He's not in it for money. He's had to real strong relationships. We know about that feels normal as an adult forty four. Got nice kids really into his family and football. That's i mean i mean. He wasn't a number one pick his college life. He wasn't a superstar in college. Overlooked by a couple of coaches played sometimes played well sometimes. Didn't play that's very common college sports. He really defies explanation. Never gets in trouble. Never says the wrong thing. Incredibly coach -able not driven by money. Not the strongest arm. Not the greatest athlete. And he's easily the greatest quarterback of all time. So when you list the top hundred brady. Jim brown jerry rice. Lt and reggie white. I completely agree one through five and all have one thing in common and it's very rare for even great players if it doesn't make sense if you can't really explain it physically that's an alzheimer. Be sure to catch live editions of the heard. Weekdays at noon eastern nine. am pacific on fox. 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We were great for twenty years. Let's go spend some money in free agency. Let's get some picks right. Let's teach our kids. It's it's this happens like japan's had a lost economy right. It was a loss season for ballot check and they just kind of revamped and i think they're going to be really really good this year so mack jones was talking that he's he's not surprised these starting he got a lot of reps in here he is like i always say i prepare to be starter and like every day you come in and i got a chance to get a lot of reps so nothing really changes just trying to be a good teammate. Trying to learn the plays every day. Fix what. I messed up on listening to josh. And all the guys in the quarterback.
"ben thirty" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Is that f. l. hardscrabble life joy with the news. Well that's the news and thanks for stopping by the heard i was thinking. They're so new. England is going to mack jones. It's amazing so the nfc's got a lot of old quarterbacks. The afc now is all kids. It's incredible the only quarterbacks in the afc. Now that cams gone and maxim that are thirty or older derek cars thirty tannehill thirty three ish. Big ben thirty nine look at the. Afc east allen to mac jones zack. Twenty five twenty three twenty two twenty to look at the nfc north. Or excuse me. Afc north bakers twenty-six lamar borough twenty-four. Ben rothlisberger is the only one older than me and the entire afc. I mean it's just it is really and by the way houston. We count shawn watson twenty-five but there's a chance that he moves and they'll go and get another quarterback next year and we both acknowledge what teddy bridgewater at twenty eight. He's he's a bridge. Drew lock could very well be starting. He's twenty three twenty four years old so and not only are they. Young most are young. An excellent saw the afc now is boy. They are in good shape. Yeah there there are several teams there where you know what you're going ten year quarterback for another decade. Yeah makes the. nf. I remember having dinner with an nba executive about three years ago he n. nfl's in big trouble. I said two things why the nfl will always be king and the nba will not be number one. Gambling is gonna get legalized by the supreme court. And it's going to ramp up the popularity the nfl. You more check. And i said the quality of quarterbacks is going through the roof like the kids that are coming out now are six six and can run and boulter true that the nfl the cte thing they got through. It wrote a big check game safer but football we gamble. It and the quality of quarterbacks is insane right now. I also think that the nfl's on a really good job of stealing from the nba. 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And then it's the idea of can you and are you willing to be a backup. Are you willing to go in and play that role. I think calling the Bigger reason he got cut as anything when they made the decision to go with mac jones. They thought that cam wasn't going to be able to to to play that. Role in supportive way or in a way that traditionally that that that position is is handled. Yeah what am i supposed to take. You know mac. Jones didn't start. Most teams aren't planned. Starters by the time mac comes in second quarter. He's playing against third and fourth string. Guys what do i take from his performance. What did you see that could translate to the regular season. What you said is is the reason that i thought for sure. That cam was gonna start when you play a guy a couple series and and take him out of the game and then put back in and mac plays as long as he played everything when you look at patterns in preseason game say the cam newton has got to be the starter and and nothing. Nothing says that that what's going to happen happens. It's so i was. I was as surprises anybody. That he wasn't starting and i was even more surprised about about him getting cut. Although i would imagine his reaction may have dictated some of that depending how he.
"ben thirty" Discussed on Establish The Run
"Really good. Thanks just. In sort of some like backchannel ways of adrian. Klemm was their new offensive line coach. Now so you know that's that's what i'll say about that. I mean. I think that he has a chance. You know to to get them better And i i like some of the players. There is wealth especially the younger guys You know their future prospects and then just in terms of all sense of line coaching. I think that position coach probably makes more of a difference than any of the others And i think it really is because it's there coaching five guys on the field. At the same time you know whereas all other positions you know cyber maybe devi and i think db coach you know. Generally very valuable as well as vice. The a lot of them become defensive coordinators. I think almost all the top becomes a coordinators right now at a d. coach background and But but yes. I think there's kind of a parallel. They're actually just wrote about that as well. And db and all since winds and a large reason for that is. Because there's there's there's a team within our team dynamic place revolting them you know. Typically there's four or five of those guys on the field at the same time so having a coach that can get those guys to be on. The same page can really have but can really pay dividends on the field Just because of the nature of that and and just how how how much those guys rely on each other and You know. I just don't think that that can be overstated. So that's invaluable Having a guy. Like mike month check he resurrected garrett bowles career i think he pretty much created allesandro villanueva's career and a lot of ways You know former army wide receiver. you know. now he's gone on year seven or eight or whatever as left tackle. I think one check deserves a lot of credit So yeah i think offense of line coach and you look at what bill callahan did last year in cleveland Those are like the two top dogs right now. In in the business and their presences are fell everywhere they go so i think it makes a huge difference really quality offense line coach so on the steelers. It sounds like you have the some optimism on their talent. I am not a guy to say that nausea hairs can't do it because the offensive line is we have the opposite blind twenty eight thousand least think they have a chance to get towards the guy bridge or something if they can stay healthy and maybe develop a little bit of their talent. What do you think about this year. Their chances of getting to league average. I think it's decent. You know. I think there definitely can can climb from twenty eight. You know maybe twenty you know kind of that range at least jump the tier that they're in now to your five tier four. I certainly think that's possible. I'd be surprised if they got to tier three You know that's that's possible. But i would bank more on a tier four ceiling this year. Which would be good enough. You know for guys to get production and things like that. But yeah i mean i really like kendra green their center on the guy did a film room within was around rounded offense ally. Mash mines wash ton his film in illinois. I think he's going to be a guy who can come in right away and be pretty especially in the run game. And that's a big thing with that. I think we should at least touch on with my rankings. I'm trying to gear all this towards pass protection as well. You know in terms of how we're trying to predict a pressure and things like that. So i think that they're gonna probably be a better run blocking unit than pass blocking unit. Which i think is important to say but like kendra green for instance. I think better run blocker try. Turner better run blocker. Kevin dotson who. I'm a huge fan of his. Well i think he's probably a better run blocker but he's pretty good pass blocker as well. And then they're tackles are really what has brought them down to this point twenty eight because i think they're interior has a chance it'd be pretty good It's just tackles worry me you know. doesn't matter who it is. If a banner a core four or i think the rookie from texas am dan moore has a chance at starting tackles. Well i mean. I kind of like more But i think the variants in those guys is huge. And that's what really worries me. Is there a better run blocking unit than pass blocking and also the tackle situation as it doesn't look great. Yeah i mean. One thing that i've talked about is this steelers cannot do what they did. Last which is tried to drop back. Big ben thirty forty fifty times a game. That's just not gonna work. They're going to try to run the ball. I've grown warmer and warmer on nausea hairs as the process has gone along. I'm not too worried. I like to hear what you're saying about their room blocking their interior. I'm not too worried about this for nausea to the bengals. I mean my god for as long as we've been doing this ten fifteen years. I don't know it seems like decades. This offensive line has been an issue for the bengals. They had a chance to take penny sewell and number five overall. Evan thought they should've taken penny sewell. I believe at number five overall. They pass on him in favor of jomar chase so now they have all these outrageous skill players. I mean you could say. they have. One of the best skill sets in the entire league. Borough mixing chase higgins. Boy is the offensive lines. So bad for the bengals. That line can ruin this offense for them brandon. What do you think about the bengals offensive line out outlook this year. I think is better than last year. I'll say that for sure. Even though i have twenty seven. I think last year coming in i had lower than that with not much of a positive outlook at all. Now they're low going into the season. But i think there's some room to jump tears dwell for them You know adding riley reef at right tackle. I think reef is probably going to be a better right tackle and left tackle. And he's going to be better than bobby heart. So that's an upgrade. There's a lot of uncertainty on the interior to me. I mean i'd like quinton spain. I think he's a better run blocker pass blocker but it's injuries with him. If he's going to be on the field for sixteen games or seventeen. I don't think that's likely And then you know to not replace or outright upgrade michael jordan right now i know. They drafted Clemson guy a jackson carmen. Who i would assume is going to take that role sooner rather than later at left guard and put michael jordan on the bench. Um where he should be. Honestly because he's the one who created that injury for borough last year and he in my opinion was probably the worst left guard in football last year So i would assume jackson. Carmen is going to be there. And then if carmen takes over that position Which i haven't heard a whole lot about him so far in camp. I don't even know if he's practicing yet he might be. I'm not sure I haven't written up their portion of my article yet but I'll look into that. So if carmen is there then i'll be a little bit more optimistic about it has been practicing. Okay yeah. I was just reading about this.
"ben thirty" Discussed on Fantasy Football Overtime
"Yup and. that's why big ben is going to lead joe burrow in passing attempts you have to feed all three of them the ball and normally i would say and man. This is a big argument that you say we can't chase last year stats but honestly with all three of these guys. I have it playing out that exact scenario again. I have claypool eating this team and touchdowns. I have johnson lead the team in and i have juju with leading the team in catches. They're all talented. They're all going to get targets again. We talk about porous offensive line but one way to get past a porous offensive line is to get the ball out quickly to wide receiver. Big ben's thirty nine. He's not very mobile anymore. They're going to try to get the ball out of his hands as quickly as possible. I love all three honestly. The one i don't get those deontay going last agreed. I don't get it at all if you give me a pick. I'm smashing diontae johnson. At ninety two where he's currently going. Yeah that adp absolutely. I really liked juju this year because of what you said there jake that bad offensive line. Big ben has to get the ball out quick and year. He averaged point six yards per catch. So there's gonna be a lot of those kinds of passes to juju. Plus last year. He battled injury most of the year whether it was his foot his tow his knee. He was really playing banged up. I'm going johnson all day in light jake said i would actually be taking the anti johnson i but the fact that i'm getting him thirty picks after juju all day. He saw one hundred and forty four targets last year which ranks seventh at the position in the twelve regular season games. He played in full because he had numerous games where he left with injury but in the twelve where he played full he averaged eleven point. Two targets per game was the number four scoring fantasy wide receiver in football. But when they leave in the middle of the game absolutely kills you..
"ben thirty" Discussed on Planet Mikey
"Baghdad bank credit goes to the all the folks who work on that. What's that show called south park though south park yeah. I've heard that. I've heard of that show. I've found that on the internet. Nick by the way speaking of jacket. Yeah how about this your guests. It is shawn watson story. Could tell us what's up with him. I think we know what's up with. That's part of the problem as see retarded it in nicely. Seem like he likes girls who were just really handy. He likes him a sucio. Who won't i don't rubbing the wrong way likes to run. The quarterback sneak. If you know what i'm saying and he's not afraid to give the masseuse tips on how to keep his head in the game if you know what i'm saying it's like wax on wax off daniel and when he reaches under the center for the snap he's on the field he gets. He gets lotion all over his pigskin. He's got nineteen deleted conversations on What's it called instagram instagram right. Because this this this dude a problem. Don't you think just a little bit just a little bit just a little bit. Who's going to hire him now. Who's gonna want to you know. Have him on the football team. Do you think anybody houston texans. Well if you look at all the people who've been kinda shamed into not playing anymore for whatever reason sure and of course one of them was What's ray rice ray. Rice where he punched punched his girlfriend right now. Fiancee say remember. I think his fiancee. There's also Well you know. Here's a guy who isn't even a player who who should have been shamed out of existence but wasn't for his behavior who's that marv albert. Yes you're weighed. What the thing about him is that he had. He was wearing women's underwear. Yeah biting people. He he's still. He's back with his to during the game. He's good at what he does he. He's good but i mean my god isn't there. Is there a line in the sand. You can draw more. Hilbert shawn watson going to have some issues commercials from. How have you guys been watching. Tv with a with an eagle eye on these types of commercials. We like to showcase on this podcast. Know what Which one did we. we did. Pepco pepco you've got an upset stomach. Which is one of my all time. When i see that i perk right up and i say that guy singing diarrhea. You didn't one with the toll fungus to- funky nail and the sweaty palms. We've yet we've had a lot of those commercials basically it's disgusting array of medical issue related cures. I guess they put on tv. Yeah there's one. I saw the other day and it really gross me out the air wax remover thing that you spray your ear in the blob comes out of go to the doctor for that expensive doctor's visit you can do it at home because you don't want to puncture your tim panic membrane. That big sting sticking in your ear. But that's gross to so they've talked about earwax. They've talked about gushing women in their period. Which is we talked about. We've talked we've talked about to- fungus which might be singularly aside from jock itch. The most disgusting possible thing to talk about commercial is the tow fungus because they show the fungus and the tow and it's this yellow stalagmites. It's disgusting but is there also the face of someone on the toenail. Yes and that's the that's how they have totally the talking toenail and it's a woman. Why do they make it a woman. They may get some little guy but no. It's this woman go. Hi i'm i'm tony is cleared and she has lipstick on on a toenail. Well you know what i'm saying. Look good gusting birthday to warren beatty yet. The turner classic movies is featuring the or. He's eighty what what does he. Four born in one thousand nine hundred thirty. I think might have been born. Nineteen thirty four or nine hundred. Thirty seven on who's eighty four thirty seven hundred eighty four which is old enough and of course he had a lot of action in his with his co stars. And what's your name carly. Simon wrote that song about warren beatty. You know you're so vain you know that when they're probably think that's that's about him. Yeah that's about him. I think she's admitted as much. But he you know he he and faye dunaway. We're going at it for a little while. They're you know what i'm saying. Donna she was costa with him. You know dick tracy. Warren beatty was with. What's your name. annette. Benning no molly the one in bonnie and clyde there are you okay. He was he was with faye dunaway. Tell you what. She bonded his clyde. Thank you know what. i'm talking about. Happy birthday also to selene dion. She has perhaps one of the best voices in the history of voices clean and perhaps the one of the longest necks of any sing. I never noticed. Jackson draft like she's giraffe giraffe like in fact. They wanted to put her in a remake of deep throat. The neck a speaking along. Next skinny people chris sales having his birthday today. How old is chris. Let's even get it. I try ben thirty two. Yes oh thirty. Two ben could get better at these games. We play and one hundred and sixty something years old today. Is joe biden. Vincent van gogh vincent van gogh. Who of course was a painter and his famed self portrait. When they were done usually one side of the other because he cut off his ear right. He caught up. He caught his ear afterwards. They said why. Did you cut off your ear and he. He was quoted as saying what man. I felt for them to give the end. You're talking to me and a guy who Play the guitar a little bit and he guesses. Smitty guy can play the guitar a little bit. Slow hand oh good old eric eric. Clapton just saw thing on youtube yesterday of a guitar of his very first one he had he nicknamed slow in the and it sold for one million. Sure five hundred thousand dollars at auction and he also stole george. Harrison's wife pattie boyd with georgia's blessing. Well i guess. I think it was probably over. Lee's georgia's there's lots of girls can get still has lots of gozo. There was to like.
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"Million. So i would divide it by sixteen million that will tell now that would tell me how many people i could give sixty million. Yeah twelve people. That's that's all right because I wouldn't give it. I wouldn't give money to twelve people. I give money to. My parents not individually. They would probably just get like sixty mill and then elissa. Hi just why that why that number. Why not like fifty mill or like you know how we were talking about earlier in the episode those like milestone like smartphones are dumb sixty million and i give a listen miles. Sixty million has a hundred and twenty. I'm just curious by y y sixty. What's what's significant about that number higher than fifty million everybody right. But it's lower than seventy. Yeah they're not getting seventy that's too high okay. Sixty millions a lot of money. And then this. And then i would give. I think my friends would one get sixty million know because that's like four or five people that giving money to give money to my friends. It's like what the fuck am i going to do with seven hundred thirty one. Well you all your friends to be rich with you. When of course and then we'd all go like move somewhere because we won't work now an here we go camping. We can't and Like what we did before. Yeah remote camping. It's still just tat and the same shit change. Maybe we'll buy our own couch so we always have a couch out there to shit off of we can just by the woods could have just personal camping property. So but no you. Do you think everybody would still work. One of us wins. Seven hundred thirty one million dollars. We decided to give everybody in our friend group thirty million dollars. I'm retired of course. I'm yeah you're the winner so of course you're retirement but do you think if i gave ben thirty million dollars he would quit his job and then work sully on his music. I think it would. Okay do you think mitchell would quit. I think it would do medals playing lottery so we can win. And then we can all for the also for the fun of like paying attention to the numbers. And i mean you're not like going crazy without some of these people are i mean lawrence dead. He was telling me at the bank where they work a lot of information. He thinks that he says they have like a pool of they. All just like put money when a jackpots. Get really big. They all get together. They're like all right. I'll up chip in such and such for a bit. And then they would all split it if they want but they kind of just have fun with them getting together and buying a ticket and then paying attention to the numbers i just. Yeah i love to. I just way someone in michigan woke up to a life changing mourning. Rachel hurst.
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"Agree with that. Agree with that sentiment when it comes to like looking at a it's also like we're talking about punk and it's like such a huge a huge category of music and like when he's talking about what he's talking about there is is that like original New York seen in I don't like thinking about like analogies today like the ironic racism on or is it ironic or does it matter that whole argument which I think is important argument But like one of the outcomes of of what he's talking about there in terms of like the the way that like slurs racism on existed in that scene like Ben Thirty years later you have vice in like Gavin McGinnis is like a punk in goes on to start the problem. So it's like I don't think I don't really think it's like an either or I think that punk has been Hunkin the broad sense has been like extremely reactionary and been home for. A like straight up white supremacists the Nazis also on the other hand like a home four leftist politics I think because like we're in America the it's a lot easier to get the ball rolling with reactionary politics than it is to an have an impact with reactionary politics than it is to with like leftist politics I also think too that that reactionary pose makes a great camouflage as well as kind of recruiting ground because it makes me think there was this old onion piece where somebody titled it Help No, one can tell I'm wearing this suit ironically. Goes through this whole column about how he had a great bit and he started wearing a suit and people can tell that he was wearing it ironic. These are used upping the bit. The column ends with So I just been promoted to middle manager. Fortune Five, hundred company, my 401k's really rolling and. People still aren't getting the bit you know. Obama friends and he called me a suit and I don't I don't get it. You know like Atari pushing it this far as really. GonNa. Let them know that as putting it on and. Be Able to invite into my wedding. Getting married and doing the whole, the whole nine and But bringing that story to say like there's a lot of people who think they're doing a bit in as soon. The guy next to them is also doing a bit and the two of you are doing the same thing. But this guy his bit is pretending he's doing a he's Kind of testing the waters and I think Gavin McGuinness was that guy he 'cause he was always doing slurs and saying crazy stuff. But in every time he would push to far. He would kind of roll it back and be like Oh. You know I didn't really mean it and a lot of people who I'm sure today would be like horrified that. He did this would defend them like, oh, he's taking the piss out of racism by doing all this stuff and then gather McGinnis with like. Yeah. That's what I was doing. You know you know if he really, he really wasn't. He had a white supremacist tattoo even before he started vice like people have realized after the fact that one of his dancers is..
"ben thirty" Discussed on Champagne Sharks
"Sentiment when it comes to like looking at a it's also like we're talking about punk and it's like such a huge a huge category of music and like when he's talking about what he's talking about there is is that like original New York seen in I don't like thinking about like analogies today like the ironic racism on or is it ironic or does it matter that whole argument which I think is important argument But like one of the outcomes of of what he's talking about there in terms of like the the way that like slurs racism on existed in that scene like Ben Thirty years later you have vice in like Gavin McGinnis is like a punk in goes on to start the problem. So it's like I don't think I don't really think it's like an either or I think that punk has been Hunkin the broad sense has been like extremely reactionary and been home for. A like straight up white supremacists, the Nazis also on the other hand like a home four leftist politics I think because like we're in America the it's a lot easier to get the ball rolling with reactionary politics than it is to An have an impact with reactionary politics than it is to with like leftist politics I also think too that that reactionary pose makes a great camouflage as well as kind of recruiting ground because it makes me think there was this old onion piece where somebody titled IT Help No, one can tell I'm wearing this suit ironically. Goes through this whole column about how he had a great bit and he started wearing a suit and people can tell that he was wearing it ironic. These are used upping the bit. The column ends with so I just been promoted to middle. Manager. Fortune Five, hundred company, my 401k's really rolling and. People still aren't getting the bit. Obama friends and he called me a suit and I don't I don't get it. You know like Atari pushing it this far as really GonNa let them know that as putting it on and. Be Able to invite into my wedding. Getting married and doing the whole, the whole nine and But bringing that story to say like there's a lot of people who think they're doing a bit in as soon. The guy next to them is also doing a bit and the two of you are doing the same thing. But this guy his bit is pretending he's doing a he's Kind of testing the waters and I think Gavin McGuinness was that guy he 'cause he was always doing slurs and saying crazy stuff. But in every time he would push to far. He would kind of roll it back and be like Oh you know I didn't really mean it and a lot of people who I'm sure today would be like horrified. That he did this would defend them like, oh, he's taking the piss out of racism by all this stuff and then gather McGinnis like, yeah that's what I was doing. You know you know if he really, he really wasn't. He had a white supremacist tattoo even before he started vice like people have realized after the fact that one of his dancers is. For a white power band in Montreal that clues always there wasn't actually a bit..
"ben thirty" Discussed on 20/20
"Hello I'm Deborah Roberts those images from today an echo of something fifty seven years ago when a quarter of a million people I descended on the nation's capital protesting for jobs and freedom. . On today's anniversary of Dr Martin Luther. . King Junior's I have a dream speech we at twenty twenty or proud to present the march a documentary directed by Jonah Comfort and narrated by Denzel Washington originally made in twenty thirteen to commemorate the Marches Fiftieth Anniversary. . Some of those voices sadly are now gone, , but their legacy lives on. . I have had to tell my children about the segregates what it means. . Seven year old daughter she wanted to go from town. . And we found it necessary to explain to <hes>. . That she couldn't go to fun town because she was colored. . To attempt to explain a system like unjust and. . Segregation. . Six year old child is very difficult thing. . In nineteen sixty three. . The Movement for civil rights came to the most segregated city in the American. . South. . Birmingham Alabama. . All. . Resistant to the gration. . Thoroughly, , segregated. . City the United States. . had. . More on saw on. . WILL HOMES ENSURE A. . United. . States. . Many other southern city. . Okay. . Birmingham is bombing him. . They have quarries and conducting the quarry business you used dynamite. . So there are a lot of local people who are expert in Isa Dynamic. . Teenage. . Board riding a bicycle had been knocked off the bike and castrated. . Young couple had gone to the City Hall to get a wedding license. . Came around the corner. . And Brush shoulders with Birmingham policeman and he pulled out his pistol and pistol whipped the more to the ground. . It was a horrible heinous place. . The campaign was to be led by the organisation's Ben Thirty four year old leader. . The Reverend Dr Martin Luther King Junior. . WHO HEARD PEOPLE? ? who except in dusted oppression and second-class citizenship. . <hes> in an attempt waiting go the Paul Pompidou. . The time all we ripe to do right. . Dr King was the voice of Civil Rights from the bus boycott on but by the end of nineteen, , sixty, , two, , he recognized. . That the civil rights movement. . was. . Losing what he called its window and history. . The. . South was still segregated and he said we need to take more of a risk. . We need to go for broke I need to go for broke. . I think he felt that. . We have to be willing to give our lives to put an end to segregation. . If we do. . Then segregation will end even if we die. . That was the reason he chose. . Birmingham. . For the victory won some even have to face physical death. . We must come to see the now some things. . So eternally true that they're worth dying for, , and if a man has not discovered something that he will die for he fit live. . In January of Nineteen, , sixty three. . One man was determined to stop kings desegregation message from spreading any further. . Birmingham's police chief Eugene. . Bull Connor. . Negro is off the attempted takeover of our country the lazy. . The beat nate, , the ignorant and buy some misguided religious and bleeding ought. . Do, , you think you can keep coming in the present situation of segregation I may not be able to do it, , but I'll die trying. . Overcoming Bull Connor segregationists zeal not to mention his jails would take something special. . And in the winter of sixty, , three king would find out just how special that effort needed to be. . Spent all of January February and March nineteen sixty three training people to accept nonviolence to go down into marches and be willing to go into bull connor's jails. . But. . Conner's jails were so fearsome that no matter how much they exhorted people no matter how many freedom songs they sang, , how many prayers they prayed, , how much fervor there was in the meetings, , people wouldn't show up to risk going into those jails. .
The March ON Washington, 57 Years Later
"Hello I'm Deborah Roberts those images from today an echo of something fifty seven years ago when a quarter of a million people I descended on the nation's capital protesting for jobs and freedom. On today's anniversary of Dr Martin Luther. King Junior's I have a dream speech we at twenty twenty or proud to present the march a documentary directed by Jonah Comfort and narrated by Denzel Washington originally made in twenty thirteen to commemorate the Marches Fiftieth Anniversary. Some of those voices sadly are now gone, but their legacy lives on. I have had to tell my children about the segregates what it means. Seven year old daughter she wanted to go from town. And we found it necessary to explain to That she couldn't go to fun town because she was colored. To attempt to explain a system like unjust and. Segregation. Six year old child is very difficult thing. In nineteen sixty three. The Movement for civil rights came to the most segregated city in the American. South. Birmingham Alabama. All. Resistant to the gration. Thoroughly, segregated. City the United States. had. More on saw on. WILL HOMES ENSURE A. United. States. Many other southern city. Okay. Birmingham is bombing him. They have quarries and conducting the quarry business you used dynamite. So there are a lot of local people who are expert in Isa Dynamic. Teenage. Board riding a bicycle had been knocked off the bike and castrated. Young couple had gone to the City Hall to get a wedding license. Came around the corner. And Brush shoulders with Birmingham policeman and he pulled out his pistol and pistol whipped the more to the ground. It was a horrible heinous place. The campaign was to be led by the organisation's Ben Thirty four year old leader. The Reverend Dr Martin Luther King Junior. WHO HEARD PEOPLE? who except in dusted oppression and second-class citizenship. in an attempt waiting go the Paul Pompidou. The time all we ripe to do right. Dr King was the voice of Civil Rights from the bus boycott on but by the end of nineteen, sixty, two, he recognized. That the civil rights movement. was. Losing what he called its window and history. The. South was still segregated and he said we need to take more of a risk. We need to go for broke I need to go for broke. I think he felt that. We have to be willing to give our lives to put an end to segregation. If we do. Then segregation will end even if we die. That was the reason he chose. Birmingham. For the victory won some even have to face physical death. We must come to see the now some things. So eternally true that they're worth dying for, and if a man has not discovered something that he will die for he fit live. In January of Nineteen, sixty three. One man was determined to stop kings desegregation message from spreading any further. Birmingham's police chief Eugene. Bull Connor. Negro is off the attempted takeover of our country the lazy. The beat nate, the ignorant and buy some misguided religious and bleeding ought. Do, you think you can keep coming in the present situation of segregation I may not be able to do it, but I'll die trying. Overcoming Bull Connor segregationists zeal not to mention his jails would take something special. And in the winter of sixty, three king would find out just how special that effort needed to be. Spent all of January February and March nineteen sixty three training people to accept nonviolence to go down into marches and be willing to go into bull connor's jails. But. Conner's jails were so fearsome that no matter how much they exhorted people no matter how many freedom songs they sang, how many prayers they prayed, how much fervor there was in the meetings, people wouldn't show up to risk going into those jails.
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"How's that right looking not too bad gene quiet eastbound and westbound seventeen minutes I was sixteen all the way to downtown forty one south on my way to this will be about fifteen thirty three brown deer road Delmar cat will take you about twelve as you continue through the market downtown to late now they will be seven eight ninety four westbound between the middle and the hill interchange that's a six minute ride with traffic and weather together on the tents under the laws of god WTMJ palette of you why dot com Tencent five day forecast is gloomy again this morning we have lots of clouds overhead cloudy skies through much of the day today maybe becoming partly cloudy by this afternoon with a high of forty five lakeside fifty degrees in less for tonight partly cloudy lo thirty five Thursday partly cloudy in improvement fifty two degrees lakeside fifty eight degrees inland for Friday increasing clouds through the day but mild high sixty grain is likely Friday night through Saturday morning then becoming partly cloudy high fifty on Sunday mostly sunny fifty one lakeside sixty degrees inland I'm meteorologist Brian Stansky with the storm team forecast on WTMJ purchase right now in Wales it is thirty five degrees Big Ben thirty six Milwaukee thirty six at W. T. M. J. this summer was supposed to be to watch his time to shine with the corvette nineteen crisis is throwing a wet blanket on all that well basketball has seemingly been cancelled the baseball season the late summer fest push back the fall the biggest question mark remaining is whether or not the DNC will take place in downtown Milwaukee is playing W. T. M. J.'s Mike Spaulding joins us live in the breaking news center with more yeah G. Ney it's not every day a politician is willing to give up their opportunity to be in the spotlight but due to the corona virus one of the leading candidates for the democratic nomination for president says he's willing to do just that a guest on MSNBC's eleventh hour with Brian Williams Joe Biden was asked about the convention and how realistic it would be to have it in Milwaukee this July it's hard to envision that again we should listen to the scientists and you know one of the reasons why the democratic convention is going to be held early was the Olympics are coming after the Republican convention there is more time now I think we're going again we have that we ought to be able to we're able do enough of the civil.
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"I'm like to literally these files when c._p._t. sent this over i have it in my phone i mean there's so many in there it's hard to click on all seventy justice it's going to be terrifically embarrassing for this guy he's going to rue the day and i don't know what prompted him to do this out of the office use who knows but sitting around thinking he deserves more money for the show on fox empire by god he was going to get it but he needed to raise his profile and what better way to do it then to stoke racial tensions in america in two thousand nineteen but this would seventy how many hours seventy three of seventy hours of video and then we have all the files right all the police reports but in addition to that remember what happened friday and that was that the judge decided okay we can have a special prosecutor to investigate cook county state's attorney kim fox's office handling of the case because all the charges were dropped and the city has also sued him to get back the money so the special prosecutor and now all the stuff coming out they could bring new charges against jesse small we don't know what's going to happen with kim fox this is the gift that keeps on giving and don't forget about the federal beef with the powder sent to him on the of empire which is the postal service and i dare say the f._b._i. involved in that that shoe has yet to drop exactly what a dummy i mean assuming excuse me pardon me presumed innocent no he's not supposed to charge whatever whatever we all know what happened here and he should pay through the nose for it i mean he's pay upwards of two hundred thousand dollars for our time and effort frankly so pony up but then there's you know alderman what pro joe moreno who filed the allegedly filed a false police report about the car those a crime pash he's not treated the same way i know and the woman in the suburbs to get it i get speaking about being treated the same way let's walk on the dean of city hall city hall reporters wwl's his own bill cameron here to talk a bit about the saga of the shakespearean saga of willie cochran who was a member of the chicago city council representing the twentieth war that's would lon washington park inglewood grand crossing back in the he was the alderman since what two thousand and seven and he managed to get to the city council because the preview Alder woman was sent to prison. Hello, bill. How are you, sir? I'm good. Until you. Waste of money. It's going to be to go after Jesse smaller. I mean, we're gonna spend millions trying to decide who the bad actors. well look i think kim fox booted in the voters can decide on her competence next time she stands for re-election if she stands for re-election as far as jesse he should make good on all the man hours and the time that we put in exposing this hoax my opinion Just. well you've seen certainly a lot of money wasted in the city let's talk a little bit about willie cochran he was pinched over two years ago this took about a year and a half for him to be sentenced to essentially nine months we just heard your report with a very disgusted lori lightfoot who thinks this is certainly not a not a harsh sentence correct A year and a day. And she said, embarrassing slap on the wrist willing did. I mean Willie. Thousand dollars reward. This is money in his gambling and is gone. And Clinton meals. Big restaurants, downtown stuff like that. which means nine that's not right what did you see when he was sentenced i guess it was a fifteen count indictment but i don't know if that's actually what he was sentenced on watching him closely in outside court afterwards he one one have home confinement no jail time and when the judge denied him he put his hand over his mouth and then the judge preceded again in a year and the day he was gonna stoic at that point previously because you read this ten minute statement in which she is named you know and he's apologizing course crime and all that kind of stuff and he was contrived but then when he didn't get his downstairs with us afterwards he was combative in defiance compare this case to the former white congressman from peo- yeah yeah shot we got his churches trump for now but it come back in another form he was thinking that it was just a run that they're in shock after it has question and he really conquering and he was only fourteen thousand miles in the money back so he was all the of the race kirk how nervous bill cameron do the other alderman feel nowadays with the wire that sali's four for two years well you know i guess the conventional wisdom is gonna be knows why wasn't it burke here this winning new has was sniffing around him and we're recruiting moles for decades so my own opinion is some of relevancy so many others getting away with stealing it's That they can get away with it. Shows. cohen we'll probably catchy and krier five percent of them but you know determination to great to be greedy as to easy bill deal this current rash of corruption for lack of better descriptive that's very inartful but this current rash has the ed burke family of indictments right now if you will well this begin to rival grey lord or is that in modern history the biggest crops in scandal here in chicago cook county and i know that was more than just all of them and that was a lot of judges two but how big was that in your memory grey lord well we get hit one joji but we what the number is number of judges that we did prosecuting to send up the river i want to say it's twelve or eighteen here with your own since the early seventies we've got about thirty five older then depending on how you can't read it been indicted or convicted in santa trial and prison we did have a couple of them who guy before they could go to trial tony the alley alderman marino and wild bill henry of the west side they were indicted incredibly would've been convicted but they died before that to them but i mean he got three dozen of these guys in the space of the period between now back to the early seventies so that's that's bigger than cleveland judges and i know political judges yes they give you that but still that that was that was really really really awful awful scandal bill thank you for popping out late this afternoon we know it's been a long day for you sir we appreciate your time as always you're always welcome take care that's bill cameron dina city hall reporters w._l._s. zone so plus talk about cloud cashier you know they always say follow the money and also i guess it could be filed under to the victor go the spoils this construction boom that will happen because we passed this massive forty five billion dollar capital spending bill earlier this month in springfield now that's yet to be signed but i just want to run these if you weren't aware of this i found this over the weekend i find it to be very luster to the way we do business here in chicago in the state lot of excitement among labor unions and mass transit advocates about the forty five billion we're going to spend and the communities that will receive the lion's share of this those communities are especially communities who elected democrats to the general assembly because this plan has democrats getting bigger slices of the capital pi democratic senators will see about six million dollars in funding for projects in their districts while senate republicans get three million each each house democrat gets about three million for their district projects house republicans one point five million give course lawmakers voted the double the state's nineteen cents per gallon gas tax and also president john color ten he proposed raise the cigarette tax by a buck per pack on the current dollar ninety eight state tax that goes to public building the disembodiment two members was initially planned for three million each for every lawmakers district but president color tin decided no we're going to just the numbers given the size of the capital bill simply put since a cigarette tax was his baby he wants democrats to benefit from a more than the republicans as i mentioned the bill must first be signed by governor jay pritzker all grant process projects will go through a detailed process to get the funniness from our deputy governor dan hynes caucus leaders lawmakers will also have to work out priorities for what gets done win but i think it's really as i mentioned very a luster tive of to the victors go the spoils especially in the city of chicago The county of cook, and the state of Illinois. i willy nelson tickets the red headed stranger still up there and ticking let me just double check willie still alive is okay very good just double checking on that wanna make sure and also the dancing dollars are dancing their way out of state we'll get to that story as well your chance at willie tickets and republicans conservatives in general watch out there is a mosaic soon nami on the way we'll give you all the ugly numbers coming up at six thirty five term right now sixteen let's take a look at the roads in-depth on from the junction to lake cook is twenty three minutes and ben thirty three the kennedy alto hair forty six.
"ben thirty" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"I was surprised because the eagles didn't have to sign him. Just yet he's under contract through the twenty twenty season, regardless of what happens this season. He got paid. He missed eight games last two seasons. Durability is obviously a concern here. He's acknowledged that. And you had the ACL injury maybe came back, too soon, I would have kept Nick foles for another year. I'm not sold on Carson Wentz coming back after what he went through, but he got paid and I believe one hundred seven million dollars guaranteed with Carson wins. I'm I'm guessing by the by the end of twenty two. Twenty this is probably going to look like a very good deal for the eagles, because the eagles are going to run the run the numbers, your workout the math, and I believe he's the fourth highest paid quarterback in the league right now. I just, I think in a couple of years at the end of the twenty twenty season. Carson Wentz at thirty two million dollars, not a bargain, but he's probably going to be middle of the pack with these quarterbacks in what they're getting paid. You know I'm looking at the numbers here now. Russell wilson. Thirty five million. Ben thirty four million Aaron Rodgers thirty three and a half million. And then Carson Wentz and then it's Matt Ryan with thirty million whence is deal one hundred seven million guaranteed. So that's tied with Russell Wilson for the most guaranteed money among quarterbacks. Do you think Aaron Rodgers already regrets the deal that he signed like it's kinda strange? When I look at it because it feels like Aaron Rodgers in it. I know it's a pecking order like it's your turn. Hey next man up a now. It's Jared Goff stern or Dak Prescott turn but Aaron Rodgers if he's supposed to be by far and away heads heads above everybody. Whoo. Well we got there. Sorry about that. Okay. Seton running some some video Jamie to video there and the Twitter, just popped up. Upstairs video killed the radio star. They're seeing. Any him? All righty, anyhow, I thought that was Aaron Rodgers talking about Carson deal. Jared Goff is said to earn a base salary of four point three million dollars this season. And then in April, the Rams exercise their fifth year option on golf, which would give him a salary of about twenty two million in twenty twenty if he does not sign an extension before, then I'm wondering if Jared Goff is going to be if the Rams signed Jared Goff to a contract. If you're looking at what would be a better investment. Carson Wentz is a better quarterback. But Carson Wentz has been injury prone. Am I going to be giving Jared Goff, this same amount of money is Carson Wentz? Then there's Dak Prescott. Carson Wentz is better than back Prescott when he's healthy but Dak Prescott it's been healthy, and what he means to that team in how he plays he's gonna get similar numbers. I think the Carson Wentz. Yes, mclovin, I saw one writer said that the eagles save seven or eight million dollars a year by signing him now as compared to when the cap goes up next year. So you're right. It's a risk. I guess the risk being that he gets hurt and it all blows up in their face. Yeah. But you've got that guaranteed money in a one hundred seven million dollars is guaranteed. No matter what happens to then Watson, and Mahomes, and these guys are going to be right behind them. Mahomes is going to be a two hundred million dollar quarterback. It feels like you know, watching is going to get some pretty good numbers. I think well he's got a little bit of an injury problem. Yeah. Yeah..
"ben thirty" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
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"ben thirty" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Certainly in low lying areas are going to be a lot of black ice. Right. Ben thirty six degrees. So a bit of a surprise last night in the state of the union address. The details about the second summit between President Trump and North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN going to take place at the end of this month. President Trump told reporters that the meeting will take place in Vietnam on February the twenty seventh and twenty eighth saying that we continue our historic push for peace on the Korean peninsula. Our hostages have come home nuclear testing has stopped while some people might argue that point and there has been a missile launch hasn't been in more than fifteen months. He said if I had not been elected president of the United States. We would right now in my opinion being a major war with North Korea. He said he said much work does remain to be done. But my relationship with Kim Jong UN is a good one chairman Kim, and I will meet again on February twenty seventh and twenty eighth in Vietnam. He added the two I met, of course, in the historic summit in Singapore last June, but they parted company without a lot of the tease in the I t's being crossed the is being dotted on specifically what they are agreeing to. A North Texas man's dead. Following an explosion involving a vape pen, the Tarrant county EMMY says that William Brown at Fort Worth was killed last week when an artery was severed by the remains of the device. Brown's grandmother says that she doesn't know what kind of a vape device. The twenty four year old was using at the time. The man was in a vape store when the explosion actually happened. These believed to be the second person in America to die from an exploding vape pen after a Florida man was killed last year. US fire administration reported one hundred and thirty-three acute injuries from e cigarettes vaporisers and similar devices between two thousand nine and two thousand sixteen with most fires and explosions occurring. While the e cigarettes was in a pocket or it was being used so tobacco. Takes awhile to kill. You. Looks like the vapes. Can do it a lot quicker the man in Wisconsin accused of kidnapping a thirteen year old girl and killing her parents is due in court today to face the music is FOX's Jessica. Rosenthal. Twenty one year old dig Patterson will appear before a barren county. Judge this morning for a preliminary hearing he's charged with four felonies two counts of first degree intentional homicide for killing James and Denise Kloss one count of kidnapping for taking their thirteen year old daughter Jamie and holding her against her will inside of his home for three months as well as one can of armed burglary. Prosecutors say Patterson provided investigators with a detailed confession not much is known about. How Jamie was treated except that she was held captive underneath a bed. Jessica rosenthal. Fox News seven forty nine. Former Penn State assistant football coach, Jerry Sandusky, remember him. He could get his sentence. Changed on the tiled is child molestation conviction. Pennsylvania appeals court yesterday rejected arguments by his lawyers for a neutral, but they did order the seventy five year old to be resentenced. So the panel ruled that mandatory minimums were not properly applied in the original sentencing Sandusky sent. Thirty to sixty years back in two thousand twelve after being convicted on forty five concept child-molestation, so that's a life sentence in a guy that old thirty to sixty years now, though, the former Penn State assistant football coaches, lawyers, they expect to take the case to the Pennsylvania supreme court to get his conviction thrown out. Totally this judge is ordering Jerry Sandusky to be resentenced. It's now seven forty nine Republicans and Democrats in the house are introducing a Bill that would fund holocaust education in schools. The never ending never again, I should say education act would combine public funding and private donations to pay for this particular program. Democratic Representative Carolyn Maloney of New York says the Bill would finance grants to public and private middle and high schools to help teachers develop and improve holocaust education. Well, how about history in general? Just don't teach it anymore. Seven.
"ben thirty" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
"Call a pair. Yeah. In six Austin, Texas, Ben thirty nine. It's going on. Well, I wanted to ask your opinion about sequel transplant right about it. Well, my son expen- messed up since I was a kid and. We don't know very much about the microbiome in the intestinal track. And I've heard that this is something going around a few years ago. Right. It started up. It was discovered a few years ago. People imagine they were talking about taking stool and cramming somebody's Tokai, right? In fact, we're just talking about his little capsules that are essentially bacteria from the good, and it's designed to repopulate guts that have been, you know. You know, sort of taken over by something like the stream seal see seal in terms of chronic GI problems. I mean that they I mean have you seen a gastroenterologist? I did when I was a kid, and then it's time now to go because you could have inflammatory, but who knows what you have your thinking of a treatment for something that for which you have not yet been diagnosed. So you need a diagnosis, I know diagnosis no treatment treatments are only affective when they're properly applied. Otherwise, all you were subjecting yourself to potential side effect, drew is there more. I know we've broached us before. But is there more things going on with human beings stomachs? Now, are we talking about it more definitely talk a lot about more is lot more an environmental thing that's going on there. So many. Males emotional states. That's what we're focused on. We feel it more guts. I just feel like I have so many conversations with people one one interesting one, I always have is sort of. On the way out. You know, what I mean like, oh, boy that's spicy food. And I'm gonna pay for it later on the toilet. And I don't notice to difference between what I eat, and what I don't eat whatever I could eat hickama in spring water, or I could eat, you know, chilly head alarm fire chilly, and I, but when later on when it was time to eliminate I have no idea what I ate. So why are so many people so affected by not only coming in? But but going out well. I mean, most people are affected by that. You're you know, you're unusual that way you're Teflon. Now boy at number two, I think are sort of general preoccupation with our bodies has been thing that's been around for last twenty thirty years. And I think that soared a narcissistic stuff, and there's just all this discussion now about, you know, the most tone on your gut that in your brain that's your referral brain and the microbiome in the garden deciding that in there, and it's not illegitimate. There's actually legitimacy to these concerns and trying to figure out the science, but still very primordial. We still don't know that much. What could most people do to to improve things? Yeah. All right. I would take some sort of prebiotics like what I like the one natural stacks makes it could pre biotic. It's a ground up centrally banana peel there. That's put is that the one that like, Jamie Lee Curtis talking about. No, that's a pro bar. Oh, this is a pre by so probiotics. Also, good idea. And then bulk something like just Metamucil Cillian husk just bout just take a bunch of bulk. And that herb there's called occasion gum. I think it's called all great. That's it that you're then you're you'll really distaff. Now, it made a big difference me think that's why we don't talk about funding so much anymore. How much unintended consequence? Right. How much psychological I feel like people make proclamations all the time. Like, oh, boy, if I eat Mexican, oh reactions to certain stuff willing to got worse. You have Karlic and on. Yes. Right. That whole thing. Yeah. I last night. Came on came on. But because I do all that other stuff it results pretty quick three laugh when you scream game on. Yeah. I don't have anything. I guess it's all just whatever have anything with anything. Right. It's not just your GI track. Yeah. Well, part of. I it's a chicken or the thing. I don't know. It's it's it's so it's sort of weird. It's sort of like, I don't know. I hate those guys who have like great calves, and then he go. Why do you have great Cavs ago? Hey, I I was on the gymnastics team in high school. It's like you're fifty one. Yeah. Yeah. No..