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How Do We Make Sense of Segregation? Brandon Tatum Explains

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:24 min | 5 d ago

How Do We Make Sense of Segregation? Brandon Tatum Explains

"This argument out there, which is, okay, 1940, 1950s, black America was segregated. Okay? But it seems as if there is a push to resegregate America, right? Black only dormitories, you know, affirmative action policies, there's a big movement behind that, especially driven by BLM. To say that, well, when we were segregated, we were able to do better. I find segregation to be evil and wrong and terrible. Now there was a movement to end segregation, driven by black Americans. How do we make sense of all that Brandon? Well, it's a very nuanced conversation because you talk about segregation before obviously desegregation. I don't think segregation was good, but I did think that during that time, black people actually own things, they own it on businesses. They had their own schools when we forced ourselves into desegregation or somewhat of an assimilation, black people lost an identity. I mean, the schools were demolished. The black teachers couldn't get work in the white schools that they integrated into. And I don't know if the timing was right because now we've seen a level of what you say lack of ownership. I mean, let's go back to the early 1900s. Madame C.J. Walker, Sarah Bree love is her government name. She was the first female millionaire out of any race.

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"bree" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

06:11 min | 4 months ago

"bree" Discussed on NFL Live

"7 on 7, up through college. If you look at the couple of the last really four drafts in the first and second round, the hit rate on these wide receivers. Their ability to come in the NFL NFL and be impactful from day one is really unprecedented. And then from above field, you know, you alluded to this wide receiver contracts really starting with the Deandre Hopkins extension. Bill barnwell did a great piece on this for ESPN, are of course exploding. So if you're a team with a highly paid quarterback, who you believe can make wide receivers better on his own and you're looking at those price tags and you're looking at the success of these rookie water Sears coming into the NFL, I think it's more likely than ever that you're going to go for one of the younger players. Yeah, but that's why the bills are such a fascinating case study this year because they do have the extremely highly paid quarterback and highly paid wide receiver. Now it's not that you can't do it this way and what a championship we just have never seen it. And it'll be interesting. Here's the reality because once you go into this world, if you're buffalo, every front office, or if buffalo is successful, every front office is going to try to replicate it. I think you got to ask yourself two questions. Do we draft well? And do we develop well? And you got to be honest about that because once you allocate all that money to those two positions, if you don't draft relatively well, your roster is going to be weaker. Or if you draft well and you don't develop your staff doesn't develop well, then your roster is going to at some point feel it. I don't think that because let me be clear, buffalo has a great quarterback. That's why they did it. And Stefan is a great wide receiver. I think the more likely issue will be this, Mina, when organizations have good quarterbacks and they pay him great quarterback money. And they have a good receiver and they pay him a great receiver money. That's when I think that you can really start to get yourself into a problem when it comes to that situation. Yeah, and I think buffalo is unique in another way, which is Josh Allen himself really made the leap when Stefan Diggs joined the bills. I mean, it's not the only reason why he made the leak coaching organization. Josh Allen's efforts himself, of course. But I feel like buffalo simply could not move on from dick, nothing they were even considering doing so because of how closely he is linked to Josh Allen. And of course, the fact that they expect to attend for a Super Bowl this season. Josh Allen made his leap with Stefan. Lamar made his leap with Mark Andrews. Dak Prescott made his leap with Amari Cooper. Patrick Mahomes made his leap with Tyree kill. So all these young quarterbacks or even great quarterbacks are going to need a bona FIDE rockstar wide receiver. Some organizations are going to say, let's pay the proven veteran or let's use pics to get them. And some are going to say, let's take the flyer on this young college kid that we think is a Jamar chase or Justin Jefferson. But if you do the former, which is pay the veteran and you've got the expensive quarterback, you better draft really well and you better develop really well. And if you don't, you're going to have some difficult decisions to make. I've always said though, we don't pay general managers for the easy decisions. We pay them for the difficult ones. And some of these teams that have double dipped a quarterback and wide receiver at the top of the market could have to make some difficult decisions down the line. We always have time for one more thing before we go. And the more Jackson posted about his first round on the golf course over the weekend, he had to say dress code, check. Everything else? Tiger Woods? I need a couple pointers. So we don't have Tiger Woods. We do have our guy Dan Orlovsky at the touch screen Dan. I need partners here for Lamar. So first of all, I'm going to start here at both with the T on the green and that is not a putter. It looks to be a 7 iron. So if the T is used for a ball marker, I'm cool with it. Yeah, I'm cool with it. Let's play fast golf. Let's go. Fair enough. If we're putting the ball on the tee, that's disappointing. Yeah. He's probably good enough with player where he could putt with a actual iron instead of using a putter. But Lamar work on the putter, okay? Keep keep the palm going towards your target. Second thing is this. Field my eye goes to this area right here. This is a little bit of a ridge right here. Lamar, when you see the ridge right there, you got to anticipate that your ball is just going to turn a little bit, right? That the golf ball is just going to turn because I look at where this ball ended up. I'm assuming that's his pole. That's the amateur side. Lamar? You left it beneath the hole. That's great of a football player you are. You've got to play the band of that ridge and put the ball so you can I like the flag in two pace of play is good Lamar. Just call me, hit me up on DM. We'll get you some lessons. All right, coming up on C with SVP tonight. Dan orlowski and Scott van pelt will talk golf for approximately an hour. Back tomorrow. Benjamin. Hey, this is feel the ace from fantasy focus football, following our first mock draft in advance of the 2022 season. Part of the moments that matter series presented by supercuts, the smarter, easier way to get a haircut. It's not just any haircut, it's super guts. Picks one, two, and three, when exactly how you thought they would. Taylor McCaffrey Eckler. So now I'm left with a decision. Do I go with my little Cooper copper? Do I go with another, you know, star running back, a Derek Henry, maybe a Dalvin cook. It seems to naji Harris go that high. I decided to go with my little Cooper Cup at four for two reasons. Number one is, as you mentioned, it's the first mock of the season. Kind of wanted to see how my team would turn out if I went wide receiver in the first round. Number two is and this is something we're going to talk about with Cooper Cup throughout this off season, which is he had a monster year, a record breaking year, like literally a record breaking year. And so obviously we expect some regression. He can regress quite a bit and still be worth the number one wide receiver in fantasy football. If you take his ten worst games from last year, it's over 207 fantasy points, which is better than like step on Diggs ten best games from last year. That's moments the matter presented by supercuts. Supercuts is the perfect way to get a haircut if you're someone who doesn't have time for air. That's like looking good, but don't like wasting time. You should do a super cut fitting a haircut into a fully packed schedule is hard. A supercuts makes it easy. 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"bree" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

07:27 min | 4 months ago

"bree" Discussed on NFL Live

"Get through. But Nina, your thoughts here on Dan's assessment of these two teams, forecasting their schedule. I think it was pretty accurate. I haven't done the math either, but I think the colts win the division. I suspect Dan believes the same after all this shakes out. And look, ten and 7 is what it's going to take for the Titans to make to be a wild card team. That's how good the AFC is. But they've undoubtedly taken a bit of a step back, losing AJ Brown. They have made some quietly good under the radar signings like Robert Woods that went fairly unnoticed or Austin hooper, I understand the tight end didn't live up to his contract in Cleveland, but I think will help Tennessee as well, but Indianapolis just made more improvements. You know, they were so week last year, not only a passing the ball at times, but also stopping the past. You go out, you get to find Gilmore Gilmore and Galway to rush the passer, and then bringing in Matt Ryan, who's an improvement at quarterback. I think the best team in the division. Yeah, it feels like the colts are banking on a lot of players who have been there and done that before. It feels like Tennessee is perhaps banking on some young players taking a big step forward. Of course, including Trey Lambert. So let's get chef D back in here with some news and notes and Adam, let's get things going here with the latest on a big signing out in Green Bay. Well, field degree packers wanted to get a deal done with their young cornerback jair Alexander and today they are finalizing a four year $84 million contract extension that includes $30 million in signing bonus money the most by any defensive back in NFL history. This $21 million average makes Alexander the highest paid cornerback in the game today. Meanwhile, there are a number of high profile free agents out there right now, none any more so than Odell Beckham junior who still continues to rehab that knee injury that he suffered in the Super Bowl going to be a help for a contender at some point this year, but he may miss the first half of the year. It's certainly possible coming off that knee injury. He will not be ready for the start of the season, but he will help somebody later in the year. And today, Joe judge the former head coach of the New York Giants said today that he has been working with Mac Jones, keep in mind, feel that New England lost Josh McDaniels, it's often coordinator to the head coaching job in Las Vegas, the Patriots have been looking for an offense quarter people wondering who's going to do it. Well, it looks like Joe judge is going to have a primary role working closely with Mac Jones this upcoming season and he will help try to fill the role created the void created with Josh McDaniels going to Las Vegas. Patriots hoping for a big year to leap from Mac Jones, chef de and your dogs also joining us here on NFL live, but let's end here Adam. One of dogs that much more serious. Yeah, it's always good when you have dogs on NFL live, but what more can you tell us about the latest with deshaun Watson's meeting with the NFL? Feel he is scheduled to meet later this week with NFL officials keep in mind we reported last week that the league would like to make a decision as soon as it possibly can hopefully at some point this summer on whether or not there will be discipline for deshaun Watson. This will be a test case because it is the first case under the NFL's new personal conduct policy under the new CBA in which basically Lisa real Todd Jones NFL officials will make the ruling and determine whether or not there will be discipline. It used to be that Roger Goodell was the man who made that decision, not anymore, that decision will belong to others and the league would like to make a decision as soon as it possibly can. A significant situation that will monitor all week. Chef did great stuff as always here on NFL live. We are not done here on NFL live. And we've seen a number of NFL players take their talents to the golf course, a former MVP was latest hit the links over the weekend, stick around to see what our guy Daniel thinks about the newest golfers short game and speaking of two sport quarterbacks. Dan, you got a softball swinging you like Josh Al this dude rakes? That dude one is enormous too. That ball, oh my God. Where is it? Has it landed yet? That ball was absolutely mashed. That thing landed in Toronto. Was that Josh Allen or Vladimir Guerrero junior? Hard to tell the difference. That's a good swing. Did you see that swing? That was nice. That's we call that teach tape right there. That's me versus Mina. Wow. Softballs. Wow. Not the truth. Hey guys, this is Mina times, the host of the meantime show featuring Lenny. Lenny is my dog. Every week, we tackle the off season's biggest questions and moves from free agency to the draft all the way to training camp. I will do team by team breakdowns in preview every division with analysts as we count down to the 2022 season. If you like X's and O's analytics and dogs and give it a listen wherever you get your podcasts. Hey, this is bomani Jones. What's your favorite podcast? Let me tell you why that'll be number two after you listen to mine. Three times a week and I'm gonna challenge you to keep up with me as I discuss topics from the latest in technology and music. And people getting dunked on. Also, you get the very best analysis of the games and we watched it with his psycho pedic level historical connection. Plus, we have got a community of guests that you'll feel like are your closest friends in no time. Listen to subscribe to the right time with Bonnie Jones podcast wherever you get your podcasts. Rookie camps officially ended yesterday, so Daniel, give me the name of a hugely impactful rookie on a playoff team. Yeah, I think it's gonna be Arizona cardinal rookie Trey McBride. They're tight end from Colorado state. They took in the second round. Deandre Hopkins is not gonna be available for the first 6 weeks. So I think we're gonna see him and Zach Ertz be a really big part of this offense with Hollywood Brown, not necessarily running as much for wide receiver set, but really getting those two tight ends on the field, a little bit more of a physical run game, but using those as the pass catchers. Yeah, I couldn't agree more. This is the best tight end do that Arizona has had in recent memory. Dan, between him and Zach Ertz. And that was my reaction as soon as the Hopkins suspension came down. Cliff Kingsbury has to get find a way pardon me to evolve this offense because he's not going to use ten personnel anymore with this wide receiver group. And the most talented group that he can put on the field includes these two tight ends because Trey McBride was the best tight end in this draft in my opinion. And offense, it's been accused of being stagnant in recent years, perhaps going to see some change. I mean, your turn, let's pick an impactful rookie on a playoff team. All right, so you know I love the Chargers despite their betrayal of me and I'm gonna go with their first year. Zion Johnson out of Boston college, a mahler, powerful lower half, just so athletic on the move. And now gets to help chargers offensive line that took a good lead, a big leap forward last year on the left side with the drafting of rashawn slater, who's one of the best draft picks they've had. Now they're improving the right side and I love this because they're not saying, hey, Justin Herbert, go do it all. You can move. They're saying, we want to protect you because we know we can win super bowls with you. Yeah, protect the quarterback's backside and then protect the quarterback right up the middle of the offensive line. With Corey linsley, who they paid a ton of money to front Green Bay in frequency last year. And now Zion Johnson proves to be one of those dominant guards. We're talking about a passing game that is going to have a pocket for a 6 foot 5, 250 pound quarterback with a rocket arm that is going to be very difficult to contend against. They figure out that right tackle.

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Sean Payton resigns as coach of New Orleans Saints

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 8 months ago

Sean Payton resigns as coach of New Orleans Saints

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EXPLAINER: Trio guilty of killing Ahmaud Arbery. What now?

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 10 months ago

EXPLAINER: Trio guilty of killing Ahmaud Arbery. What now?

"What now for the three white men convicted of murder in the death of a model armory Travis McMichael his father Greg a neighbor William Roddy Brian all face a mandatory sentence of life in prison after a modeler Bree was shot dead in Georgia the judge will decide whether the men ever have a chance of parole there's no sentencing date yet the judge said he wanted to give both sides time to prepare the net Michael's plan to appeal the verdicts Brian's lawyer says he plans to file new legal motions after thanksgiving separately federal authorities have charged a man with hate crimes saying they chased and killed armory because he was black that case is scheduled to go to trial in February I'm ready to fall lay

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Defendant: Ahmaud Arbery 'trapped like a rat' before slaying

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 11 months ago

Defendant: Ahmaud Arbery 'trapped like a rat' before slaying

"A police investigator testified in Georgia in the murder trial of three white men accused of killing a black man Ahmad armory Glynn county police sergeant Roderick no Healy told the jury he spoke to one of the three Greg McMichael a few hours after our Bree was killed big Michael told him our brief wasn't out for a Sunday jog and recognized him from security camera video inside a neighboring home under construction he was trapped like a rat I think he was wanting to flee and you realize that something you know he was not going to get away from court TV the defense claims the three were legally justified in chasing and trying to detain armory because they reasonably thought he was a burglar prosecutors say our break was an avid runner who lived in the neighborhood like Michael also told no hilly this guy was he was in good shape I'm at Donahue

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Tom Brady, Buccaneers And Patriots discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Tom Brady, Buccaneers And Patriots discussed on AP News Radio

"Tom Brady did what he does best in his return to New England leading is team to victory in the Buccaneers nineteen seventeen thriller against the patriots system of a motion moments thinking about coming up here in planning on again I just I know it's tough to come in here and and when a game Brady passed for two hundred sixty nine yards in his homecoming it broke drew Brees NFL career passing yardage record on a twenty eight yard first quarter strike to Mike Evans I just think it's amazing statistic and that so many people can share it with me mac Jones threw for two hundred seventy five yards two TD's in the pick for the one and three patriots Nick folk missed a go ahead fifty six yard field goal try with a minute to play get

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Gayle King on Knowing Your Worth

Skimm'd from The Couch

02:13 min | 1 year ago

Gayle King on Knowing Your Worth

"Gail welcome to the show. All right currently danielle. You guys how're you. Oh it's been a hectic morning all good before we start talking about work and your career. We like to start up these interviews with our quick lightning brown to get warmed up. Quick questions quick answers. You're ready go stay ready ready carly. Let's do it okay. First job on your resume. Fosters brees is a hamburger stand. And i worked behind the counter to hamburger stand in high. Make good hamburger. I don't say i'd make a good hamburger. But i was really good at taking the orders and putting them in the bags. Okay while next question was actually going to be. Do you have a secret hobby or skill. Now you could say it's putting a hamburger into a bad but is there another one. I'm looking for a hobby. I don't actually have a hobby. I don't i don't either. I aspire to have a hobby other than sleep and my skill is. I think i'm a very good eater whether it's fine dining whether it's a dive place. I think i'm a very good eater. That's a great skill to have. I think so too. I'm very proud of that too. I once went on a date guys in a guy said to me. I've never seen a woman order this month did. Did he have a second date. Yeah no absolutely. Do you speak any other languages. Piglet what best describes your work day working nine till blink. It is working nine till blank is good. It is working nine to five. Plus five i would say. Are you an inbox zero person. This is such a great question because the other day i looked at it guys i know i keep saying i'm going to get zero. I've never gotten to zero and it has like two thousand emails cash. Yeah what is the hardest interview. You've done. I would say frank zappa from years ago. It's a one that threw me. Because i asked him you know. His children are named diesel and moon unit. You that and so. I thought it was a very fair question to as you know. Diesel and moon unit. Those are very unusual names as their history there or is there meaning. He goes no their names like gale. Do you have any other questions

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"bree" Discussed on Poison Punch Podcast

Poison Punch Podcast

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"bree" Discussed on Poison Punch Podcast

"Unique body. image journey is welcome. Bree thank you for having me be are so so excited that we're excited to be here. We want to start by. We'll be go to your instagram. There are so many resources so so so so so many amazing resources for people to really start to unpack in question and get curious in unlearn everything. We've we've absorbed our whole entire lives telling us that we aren't enough and all the fat phobia everything so we're gonna get into that so much of that looking to talk body image and body resilience everything but we want to start with asking you. How'd you get here. who are you i.

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Peloton's Bad Day Explained: Recall of Tread & Security Leak

Rocket

01:31 min | 1 year ago

Peloton's Bad Day Explained: Recall of Tread & Security Leak

"A couple of months ago there. began a hubbub over the tread plus treadmill Users were complaining that the treadmill was a very real danger to children in that it could just it could injure them very very badly or potentially kill them by pulling them under and crushing them which is just terrible. government agency released a memo about it saying hey everyone were investigating this thing is potentially dangerous and we would love for them to stop producing it and peleton released a competing statement saying no. We're fine guys. That was fun. Your kid will probably be fine. Just relax have some coffee. What is life without risks as a parent which i am not that. Change that tune change quite quickly Peleton's see though the reception to it was your so bad. We talked about it on this show. After that first statement from peleton came out just about how insensitive it was and you know how even though treadmills universally are dangerous. They were this in just the worst way possible and in a way that was completely disrespectful to the families even though they claimed to say. We're not. We're not releasing the information of the families affected because they don't want to be investigated like come on. That's not. You're making. Remember that. Bree i

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Antonio Conte in Talks to Become Next Tottenham Hotspur Manager

ESPN FC

02:25 min | 1 year ago

Antonio Conte in Talks to Become Next Tottenham Hotspur Manager

"Be talking about those rumors of antonio contact going to talk them hot spell start with you gills any new developments since yesterday on this news. Talk of of continued today k. Between you onto new content. He's agent everybody involved in the progressing word. I think they're getting closer to finding an agreement on the length of the contract wages the staff etc all the details that you have to before announcing manager bae looked skin closer and closer to new content. To become the new tottenham manager. We're just gonna flag up something that they may not. The top. tanya levy did say last month in the search where manager he said we need to select someone whose values reflect those of our great club and return to play football with the style for which were known free flowing attacking and entertaining whilst continuing to embrace our desire to see young players flourish from our academy alongside experienced talent craig. It'll be great to get your thoughts on whether you think contact is the right fit for a club like spurs. I think this is a marriage. Made inhale really. Do i tell you why. Not because antonio conte's very very good coach because he is but he has one of the most demanding patient managers and european football at the moment he e successful. Bree kicks in screams and the public. Boss aegis these just es super high maintenance and he doesn't think the is getting what he wants. Then it's a box much. Probably even more so than josiah marine your so unless spas are going to do a full three sixty and start becoming this big-spending tottenham. I don't see how this marriage of what happens is going to loss because that squad needs an overhaul is going to compete with the real big boys in england never mind europe and that's going to take a little money on top of that you've got the hurricane scenario. So i i really. Yeah i mean i can understand tottenham going forum but i don't understand from his perspective what he thinks he's gonna once he gets his in. The door of sayings is

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Startup Breeze Airways Says It Will Begin Flying in Late May

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Startup Breeze Airways Says It Will Begin Flying in Late May

"A new U. S. airline will be taking to the skies late next week Brees Airways says it plans to offer low base fares to attract leisure travelers returning from the pandemic locked down faster than business travelers the airline which will debut may twenty seventh is planning limited routes in the southeast and central U. S. expanding to sixteen cities by July breeze was created by JetBlue founder David Neeleman he's targeting secondary cities largely overlooked by bigger carriers like Hartford Connecticut Charleston South Carolina and Tampa Florida another start up the velo airlines began flying in late April on the west coast hi Jackie Quinn

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Arkansas lawmakers override veto of transgender health care law

All Things Considered

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Arkansas lawmakers override veto of transgender health care law

"Arkansas lawmakers have overturned the governor's veto of a bill banning gender affirming care for trans miners member station K U A. R Daniel Bree knows more governor is a Hutchinson said he expected lawmakers to override his veto of the bill, which bans gender based care like hormones for people under 18. Override measure in the Arkansas House in Senate passed easily. Democratic Senator Clark Tucker compared it to the aftermath of the 1957 battle over integrating Little Rock Central High School and that special session the most powerful people in the state were bullying. The most vulnerable people in our state. I wish I could say that's the only time that's happened in the history of our state, But it's just not true. It's happened time and time again in this building. The CL U says it hopes to block the law in

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Drew Brees Retires After 20 NFL Seasons and Leaves a Legacy

First & 10s

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Drew Brees Retires After 20 NFL Seasons and Leaves a Legacy

"The end of an era in New Orleans as if this shocks us Drew Brees announced his retirement After Twenty seasons in the NFL the past 15 with the Saints and the first five would Sandy a.m. When they were the Chargers kids back when they were the Chargers, you know, his kids made the actual official statement on his Instagram. He posted a video of the four of them announcing that he was retiring to spend more time with them which was kind of cute and relatable. But is this Chaka say me. I mean, I think we all saw it coming. Yeah. No, it doesn't shock me. I'm it makes me sad though, cuz I think that he could have kept going but again like this season, he was playing with like Seventeen broken ribs and a collapsed lung. I mean it was insane.

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New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees retires from NFL after 20 seasons

Strong Opinion Sports

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees retires from NFL after 20 seasons

"Let's talk about Drew Brees. After Twenty Years in the NFL Drew Brees has officially retired and it took so long. I was actually wondering whether or not maybe even if it was ever going to happen, you know, the Superbowl came and walk and I figured he do it after the Superbowl and there was no announcement. I'm like, oh, it's is Drew Brees coming back. Like What's Happening Here? Well, he made the announcement fifteen years to the day that I first signed in New Orleans, March 14 2006. So 15 years later to the T to the day he retired that's kind of cool and poetic. It's a clean fifteen years with the Saints

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Atlanta Hawks Down Cavaliers 100-82, Win Fifth Straight

Mornings on Maine Street

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Atlanta Hawks Down Cavaliers 100-82, Win Fifth Straight

"Now won five in a row. They beat Cleveland last night. 182 John Collins led the way with 22 points in Danilo Gallinari, added 20. It's the longest win streak the Hawks have had and more than four years and the wind puts them back in the top eight in the Eastern Conference. They'll travel to Houston tomorrow night. And Drew Brees

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New York Islanders Beat New Jersey Devils In SO For 9th Straight Win

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

New York Islanders Beat New Jersey Devils In SO For 9th Straight Win

"In New Jersey tied into they went to a shootout. Picks it up with the red straight down the middle Mountain right over the devil line. Wallstrom in alone on Wedgwood that Oh, wait a minute around more the shootout. They haven't put their winning streak that died. And then there haven't been any help. This 42 points on the season came wre. You haven't got a five game losing streak back in January, but they are eight and no. In March, Drew Brees

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New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees announces retirement after 20 NFL seasons

CBS Sports Radio

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees announces retirement after 20 NFL seasons

"After 20 NFL seasons, including 15 in New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees. Announced his retirement on Sunday at the age of 42. He led the Saints to a victory in Super Bowl 44 was named the game's M V P breeze retires as the NFL's all time leader and career passing

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New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees retires from NFL

CBS Sports Radio

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees retires from NFL

"Saints quarterback Drew Brees announcing his retirement at the age of 42. After a 20 year career 15 of them in New Orleans Breeze retires as the NFL's all time leader in career passing yards Rank second touchdown passes with 571. And completion percentage. It 67.7 got of the Saints of the Super Bowl 44 title and named the Super Bowl M V P

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Record-setting Saints QB Brees announces retirement at 42

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

Record-setting Saints QB Brees announces retirement at 42

"The big news of the day in the NFL Saints quarterback Drew Brees announcing his retirement and does so exactly 15 years after signing in New Orleans, the shoo in Hall of Famer has dozens of passing records over the course of Prolific 20 year NFL

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Drew Brees announces retirement after 20 years in the NFL

The Patriot AM 1150 Programming

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Drew Brees announces retirement after 20 years in the NFL

"Saints quarterback Drew Brees officially announced his retirement Sunday with a statement posted to his Instagram account. The 42 year old breeze thanks Saints fans for their support and said that he will still be active in the community Breeze was originally drafted by the San Diego Chargers, but spent 15 of his 20 years in the NFL in the Big East. The 13 time. Pro Bowl selection breeze led the Saints to the franchise is on Lee Super Bowl appearance and win in 2009. Fox is Ryan Mayor America is listening to Fox News.

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"bree" Discussed on Comedians Interviewing Musicians

Comedians Interviewing Musicians

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"bree" Discussed on Comedians Interviewing Musicians

"With us like we mentioned were dimming. The daredevil having anxiety Crazy dylan undersea never her member. Bree composed same. See me the yada a. He's cracking stories. I had to say cream of.

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"bree" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"bree" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"I hope I don't know why people expect him to do something that he has never done what has been gone for doing just shooting stuff up winning Big games Super Bowl? That's not Drew Brees. He doesn't do that. Why didn't get him to do it? Well, that's that's you, Leon. And I agree part with what you say. And then some. I don't and that and thank you for calling up from Washington. There's it's difficult. Even in Drew Brees case, and he's right there with Tom Brady and a lot of records, passing yards and such downs, etcetera all time. It's difficult to compare anybody to Tom Brady. Tom Brady is an exception. Tom Brady is an anomaly. You are hard pressed it. Look at anybody and say, Well, Tom Brady did that you that quarterback didn't do that, and that includes Drew Brees. We can go ahead and look at Aaron Rodgers and say, Well, he only has one Super Bowl you can think about what's around him. Who's around him? Drew Brees is a Super Bowl winning quarterback. Drew Brees has been a winner in this league. I guess I will apologize for Drew Brees. Sorry, Drew Brees. That you didn't you know when you know five more Super bowls, but this is the reality. This This is what lets me know. Kendra Bree still play. As I said, yes and absolutely you can look at his numbers this season. You can scale them up if he played a full season and you could say, Damn, he's awesome. Hey, can he last a full season is you're gonna miss a couple of games every year and then be you've seen the regression. Do you want to see some more more of your calls when we come back, plus Carol Owens is coming.

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"bree" Discussed on Horror Soup

Horror Soup

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"bree" Discussed on Horror Soup

"Want to focus on the content because i do feel like that's the most important part and maybe people don't listen to pay episodes as much I'm not entirely sure. I really hope they do but there. There's a lot of content on that. And i want to do more stuff like interactive doing watch parties watching stuff with you guys maybe going in like a discord like movie party or some shit like that or like recording tracks. The you guys can play like over. A movie is just like a commentary. Like you know like here's a little time stamp. there's one. I'm starting boom play with your movie. Sink it up. Whatever only do stuff like that. And i think i just patrons like the best place to do it and patrons also going with like a they tax people on merchant whatnot now and i think that's why merch was easier to do on patriot's back in the day because the fans didn't get taxed on it and i think that changed like four or five months ago or something a nose around the time that bree left the show so they tax people now like i think. I don't think i get taxed differently from it but i know the audience stars which is strange like you get taxed pretty much like as you'd buy something online. If i have a merchant here so i think by going to the digital tiers. I can save money by not getting taxed on your tears us paying like flat out what it is i can still give you like digital. Thanks on air and whatnot. Still do like. Obviously i'll keep. I've been doing the The pick of movie and pick a tv tears and stuff for a while now. And i think there are a good place now Soon i'm going to be like picking some movies on my own and stuff right now. This by the way is not a pick a movie or anything like that. All this is just our thing doing kind of like a little break. Because i've been doing just straight up picks for months now and that's fine because you know i'll if we're being transparent you guys paid me and that's fucking also now. I did your movies going to keep doing those I had up to tear a little while ago. Because it's got a went to the point. Where like i was kind of a little overwhelmed for that. I was like wow because it really. You really want to pick the movies. We've gotta blew my mind you know. Start out as a fifteen tier and then it ended up going up to a thirty and the now it's at fifty nez because it was like shit there so many movies. I'm so backed up. Like i'm not going to be to fulfil these and a time that i think is suitable to you guys pretty much you know like i don't think i could pump them out fast enough and be like oh i don't i..

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"bree" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"bree" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"First things that we touch plastic for fine, Bree said. Dr screens endless gaze upon Like you're doing right now, if you are true reflection The darkness. How do you find And I woke up. Woke up way up. I'm always and this is ground zero. Call the night 877733101118777331011 tonight.

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"bree" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"bree" Discussed on 600 WREC

"No 55 you getting lost for the past? There's a future in this from the same timeline. Happiness thiss future We're in right now. What are the first things that we touch? Wake up, lasting for fine. Bree. Doctor screams love endlessly gaze upon It's like you're doing right now. Future where true reflection only scream. All of the darkness. How do you find it up Stand Spoke up. Like.

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"bree" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"bree" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Were right first. Wake up for fine, Bree. Sir. Doctor screams, so endless gaze upon it like you're doing right now are true. The darkness. Okay? I'm like Lewis and this is ground zero way Don't.

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"bree" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"bree" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Present future exist in the same timeline. Happiness thiss future We're in right now. What are the first things that we touch? Wake up, lasting for fine, Bree. The doctor screams so loving and lis gaze upon It's like you're doing right now, where true reflection is only revealed. In the darkness. How do you find it Online, spoke up way spoke up and said, Look up. I'm.

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"bree" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"bree" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Wave lasting for fine. Bree said. Doctor screams so loving and this game's gone. Like you're doing right now, if you are true reflection In the darkness. Spoke up. Oh, come on. Give up. I'm quite Louise and this is ground zero to call the night 8777331011 That's.

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"bree" Discussed on Iron Advocate

Iron Advocate

08:17 min | 2 years ago

"bree" Discussed on Iron Advocate

"So that's that's the best go to. Think of other practices, but that's. GonNa Sue. So bree. Sort old white to to bring our listeners on this episode is. All of the things you've identified we've talked about are are enormously important to implement. Communication to ME IS NUMBER ONE. lawyers doing just what we're doing right now, which is talking to one another about works for them? Those that are in recovery like yourself those like. Jeff I, who have struggled for years trying to get our arms and heads around this. The report by the way that lawyer wellbeing dot net. Lawyers can find it. Read it. And take away from me. Is Talk about it so? You know so. Jeff certified to teach meditation to lawyers and I'm a certified Yoga instructor right and. I can say that. You know the best. Closing arguments in performances in the courtroom I've given have been over the last short term as a result of doing the things you're talking about and I still have the instinct. Know to the night before closing. Let me get to the conference room when we. Write things down over and over again. I when I when I stop myself and I go to a yoga class where I meditate I do both of those things. Invariably my performances so much better. Because of course I already know my case. I don't have to write things down. It doesn't mean I won't have an outline or some prompts in the morning, but but my time is better spending freeing my creativity up. And, so what can we do? To help create those person to person. Dialogues whether it's mentoring whether it's some kind of small groups in in firms. Can you speak to that? Have some ideas or thoughts affirms organizations and wears out there. How do we create that? I've seen during the with a pandemic. There's been a real focus in and I and I. Live in the world around lawyer wellbeing and the people that are working on those issues, but an attempt to create spaces through zoom or other online meeting platforms for people to come together in just share how they're doing, and so I'm hoping that that is practice that can continue because it's convenient. It's easy, and and these are people getting together and talking about how they're. They're coping how they're coping with work from home with kids are supposed to be homeschooling that sort of thing just to create some a circle of support and break through some of that `isolation and I think that that would be a thing that could really be helpful going forward in the future, because even when we go back to the offices or some of us do. This is still a profession that is plagued with isolation, so that could be one thing I think also for this and any other thing we talk about in regards to the practices that. Are Strategies to promote wellbeing essential to it with firms. Is that leadership participate? It's not just that they send out an email. Saying I want you to do this, but if you if they have you know a lunchtime meditation that the managing partner at least once a week shows up in his. There when I talked to law schools. It's about you know if you want students to do. You have a faculty member WHO's willing to show up and be a part of that when people see that the leadership is. Is doing these things, and it's a meditating doing yoga walking taking a fricken vacation. How about that for real? A real vacation? That is when the culture change starts to happen, but it cannot be just a a who did with our kids right? You know, do as I say it's gotTa be do as I. Do and so again we're talking about systemic change is GonNa. Come from the top they. The leaders of the firm had to be believers in set the example. They have to suit up in show up. Pre One I. Listen To you, talk and I read your report and I've my own experience what I, what I find in the profession is kind of stunning lack of emotional intelligence. This is a term that has been is out there in the universe now, and it really is for listeners dot now it's emotional awareness. It's the ability to to identify and name your emotions. The ability to self regulate you. Talk about it in terms of people abusing. Substances sort of a self regulation piece. They teach us in law school. To use our minds, but the emotions are completely left out. You told obviously over and over again. You're being to emotional I heard a settlement conference recently were settlement conference. Judge Admonish another lawyer. To emotional. and. and. He was right actually. This settlement judge I think it was, but the emotions weren't factored in to the mix, and the fact that lawyers are almost illiterate when it comes to emotions seems to be one of the problems that plague us in NF back to your question about leaders. How could a leader in a law firm? Star, to really foster a culture in the simplest way you can explain foster a culture. Of Emotional intelligence in a law firm or an organization. The first thing that comes to mind is communication from that later. And to be to communicate with their staff regularly. And speak from that space. To give an example in regards to the pandemic that we're going through right now with. An adviser with strategies in what we're telling big firms right now is. It's imperative that you ramp up your level of communication with your staff. and not just about brass tacks, but also about feelings, emotions from leadership communicate with one another from a very real place, and that's going to help set a standard or make it okay for your employees to communicate from that space or make it more likely. so again I keep getting back to leadership, but it is it is. So critical. So bree you are. One of the national leaders, really in the dialogue about wellness. Where can firms warriors organizations find you? What are you doing now? A teller listeners at all be in the episode notes for people that want to find it as will the link to the wonderful report. You wrote, but. Can, you share with folks what you're doing where they can find you? Yeah I, wear too many hats right now, so. The main one is cruel strategies. Senior adviser would girl strategies and then I, also am the chair of the commission, lawyers, assistance programs and founding co chair of the National Task Force a lawyer will be. So you can see what I'm doing through all of those garages anybody wants to talk to me. They're welcome to shoot me an email which is just breathe nine hundred sixty four. Okay, now you know all I am at Att. More disclosures per at the top of your game, right? That's right where you are. Green nineteen sixty four att dot net I'm happy to visit with anybody, and if something that I've said kind of sparked a an idea concern, I'm happy to visit with folks, and that's what I did. Three years at the Pierre Kinda Miss just having knees real conversations with other warriors. So Do personal coaching. If if somebody WHO's running a law firm wanted to get a hold of you.

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"bree" Discussed on The Mindful Minute

The Mindful Minute

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"bree" Discussed on The Mindful Minute

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"bree" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"bree" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"And everyone was surprised when we heard it you'll find out what that was in your second date update right after this right click thank thank thank you do you know do you got a girl named Bree on the phone for a second date update and reset.

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"bree" Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

12:00 min | 2 years ago

"bree" Discussed on The Dictionary

"Hello words welcome to another episode of the podcast called the dictionary. The only podcast where somebody is reading the dictionary that person's me thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you hi. The first word for this episode is Baritone B. A. R. I T. O. N. E. and as I said at the end of the last episode could be could be also with a y. This is the second form. It's an adjective from seventeen. Twenty nine Do I need to raise the simple little bit? Maybe I do okay. let's see relating to or having the range or part of a baritone. Yes that is much louder. Thank you for doing that. NEXT WE HAVE BARIUM HIM. B. A. R. I. Um It's a noun from eighteen. O Eight won a silver white malleable. Toxic Die Valence. Metallic Element of the alkaline Earth Group that occurs only in combination and then it says to see the element table number two. We have the synonym Barium. Sulfate which is our next word barium sulfate. It's two words. It's a noun from eighteen. Sixty six a crystalline insoluble compound B. A. S. O. Four that is used especially as a pigment and extender as a filler as in fluids used in gas and oil drilling and as a substance opaque to x rays in medical photography of the alimentary canal So if they want something to be opaque in an x Ray. Bill put some Barium sulfate their next. We have mark B. A. R. K. It is the I form. Verb from before the twelfth century. Let's see we're GONNA start with the in transitive verbs one a to make the characteristic short loud cry of a dog mark one B to make a noise resembling bark. Well isn't that the same thing To to speak in Kurt loud and usually angry tone synonym is snap now we got the transitive definitions one to utter in a Kurt. Loud usually angry tone as in an officer. Barking orders to to advertise by persistent outcry as in barking their wares. We've got a phrase. It is bark up the wrong tree that means to promote or follow a mistaken course as in doing research Definitely I think there's there's other definitions to that But yeah in general. That's that's correct Yeah the parentheses was just an example. But Yeah I think the rest of the definition was good. Okay moving on to. Let's see the molly says. This is middle English. Birkin from old English Bjorkman. I say these words funny because I just don't know how to pronounce them and I'm just sort of saying it kind of like how it's spelled This is akin to the old norse burke jaw or Burqa B. E. R. K. J. which means to bark from the Lithuanian burr. Getty which means to growl now we have the second form of Bark. It is a noun from before the twelfth century. One a the sound made by a barking dog. One be a similar sound to a short sharp preemptory. Pre is that how you say that preemptory P. E. R. No per peremptory B. E. R. E. M. P. T. O. R. Y. Peremptory tone of speech or utterance. Barclays is an adjective. Now we have the third form of Bark. It is a noun from the fourteenth century. One the tough exterior covering of woody root or stem specifically the tissues outside the Camby 'em that include an inner layer especially of secondary flow him and an outer layer of Para derm lots of plant based scientific words. I don't know like Camby 'em and Para derm and flow him. I love that word. P. A. P. H. L. O. E. M. I'm not sure how it's pronounced Phlegm Let's see now we have number two We just have the number two definition for the word. Sin Shona C. I. N. C. H. O. N. A. Number Three a candy containing chocolate and nuts that is made in a sheet and broken into pieces Chocolate nuts mark mark mark mark mark But the Dow have bark lists. That is an adjective again. Feel like my brain doesn't WanNa think right now so we're going to move on to the fourth form of Bark. It is a transitive verb from the fourteenth century one to treat with an infusion of Tan Bark number two A to strip the bark from to be to rub or a braid the skin of as in barked a Shin on the desk. Okay now we have the fifth and final form of Bark B. A. R. K. Or it could be spelled B. A. R. Q. U. E. This is a noun from the fifteenth century. One A a small sailing ship. Transbay THAT TEN TIMES FAST. One be a sailing ship of three or more masts with the most masked fore and aft rigged and the Others Square rigged. That's a SIM sailing terms in there that I'm not familiar with number two a craft propelled by sails or oars. Now we've got the word Bark Beetle two words And Beatles spelled the normal way that you would spell the beetle that sun the ground in the outside now this is a noun from eighteen sixty to any of numerous Beatles that bore under the bark of trees both as a larva and as an adult so they like their trees and now we have barkeep one word also barkeeper. It is a noun from sixteen seventy one and we just have the synonym bartender Do you say pay barkeep when you want another drink Not sure if that's the nicest thing to do so maybe you shouldn't do that now. We HAVE BARKAN TEEN BE A. R. K. E. N. T. I N. E. And you could also spell it with a Q. U. E. Like we had that one a few words ago. This is a noun from Sixteen Ninety. Three a sailing ship of three or more masts with the format square rigged and the others for an after rigged And yes it's very similar to the other one. It's all related to boats and sailing and stuff like that. Let's see we're going to skip the etymology? We are going to move onto barker. It is the I form Noun from the fourteenth century. One that barks especially a person who advertises by hawking at the entrance to a show. That's a hard job. You got to say the same thing over and over again and be in people's faces and be irritating and not really care what people think of you I had to do that once. Sort of We were trying to raise money for this organization There was a fair going on. And you know everybody that walk past us. We were you know trying to say. Hey will you buy the thing for this thing? And it's going to a good cause and you try and make it interesting for yourself because there's different people going by but you know that you're saying the same thing over and over again and you know they're not necessarily hearing it over and over again like you are but you just try and have fun with it Let's see okay now. We have the second form of Barker it is a noun from sixteen eleven one that removes or prepares bark. Now we have barking deer. Two words. it's a noun from eighteen eighty and we have the Synonym Monte ACC-. I don't know how that's pronounced. It is spelled M. U. N. T. J. J. See Good Times now. We have barky. It is an adjective from fifteen ninety. The other forms are bark gear and bark. What is this word? It says it is covered with or resembling bark I Yeah I mean. I guess that's a word I never. I don't think I've ever heard somebody use it. That tree over there. It's so Barky Open. It's not as Barky as that tree over there. That one's bark year but there's that third and final tree. It is the bark of all the Barky trees now. We have barley. It is a noun from before the twelfth century. A cereal grass having the flowers in dense spikes with long on's and three spike wits each joint of the Iraqis or wretches also. It's seed used especially in Malt Beverages breakfast foods and stock feeds. There was that word spike. Let's again I think that's how it's pronounced but I don't know it. Is it splits. I don't know Let's see this is the genus Horsham Also especially horsham vogue ouray. This is from middle English barley. With no eve from the old English bear lick which is The A in the Er combined and that means of Barlig no sorry of barley. I was thinking of the word garlic or bear lake. It is akin to the old English Baer B. E. R. E. which means Barley From Latin the word far F. A. R. I guess barley and far sort of sound similar at the beginning And that means spelt far in Latin means spelt Which I think is another grain right right okay. Now we have the last word for this episode. It is barley bree so barley B. A. R. L. E. Y. Hyphen B. R. E. E. could also be. This is fun. Barley Brew B. R. O. Which one do you WANNA say? This is a noun from seventeen twenty four. It is chiefly Scottish No surprise there and it The synonym is whisky. So in Scotland they call whiskey barley bree or barley brew Also we have another synonym malt liquor. So this is from. Let's see barley plus the Scottish word. Bree or brew which. I guess also means Bree Scott's can you tell me what this word actually means? Does it just his bree or brew I mean brew you brew something like a like a beer but this is in beer. I don't know that's a fun one There is a chance. I hope I'm not jinxing anything by saying this. But there is a chance that I'M GONNA go get to visit Scotland Near the end of the year. And I'm very excited for that so I am going to pick barley bree as the word of the episode because it's funny and fun and barley brew is another funny word and it means whiskey or malt liquor and the Scots Like the way they speak Let's see I had the massage yesterday. And that was great and I am looking forward to getting a massage. Every month And my body just really needs it like I said yesterday you know take care of your body eat right and exercise and do all the things All right that's the end of the episode. Thank you very much for listening in until next time. This is Spencer reading the dictionary goodbye..

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"bree" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

06:49 min | 2 years ago

"bree" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Heart radio at Bree and taking your calls and producing the show while I was away Max runner was in for a couple of nights and served admirably as guest host and he he spent much of his first day here on the air expounding upon a a sort of reformation that he has been engaged in ideologically where he's come to the realization that you know had previously identified as a quote libertarian leaning conservative on a quote and he's decided to abandon that term at least the libertarian leaning part of the term and he expounded you can go back and listen to the podcast it's up there a twenty is in stock dot com to search for closing argument I highly recommend that you do and get his whole argument in testimony as to how he came to to this position the the summary that'll offer at least my perception of it is that he sees libertarian fought as in adequate to confronting the threats that are before us culturally and politically that the idea of live and let live the non aggression principle the I I'm not going to I'm not gonna do anything to you that I wouldn't want done to me that's cool you do you broke it like this this notion is kind of libertarian caricature it doesn't work in the real world and the reason why it doesn't work is because word nobody's actually operating practically in those terms there's a certain prerequisite for living and letting others live and that's being that's that everybody's in on it right that everybody agrees to that particular social contract but you're not under assault from others and we very clearly are under assault right now in this country if you're somebody who believes any anything traditional if you're somebody who maintains that the the founders had a point when they drafted the declaration of independence and the constitution is something that ought to be preserved in conserved if you believe what Paul apple Bhama did just like you know five six years ago which is that marriage is between one man and one woman you are now on the ouch you are cast out and you were under assault and under those circumstances it's in adequate Max argued to merely say well I'm for non aggression no it's it's not my desire here tonight as I stated at the outset of the program to refute what Max said indeed I don't think I can refute much of what Max said but I do want to offer my own perspective on it and expound upon a because I too as I think long time listeners will be able to a test certainly our our former producer Brad only could attest to this he witnessed he has witnessed it all live in action on this program sitting on the other side of the glass glass and went when I came in three years ago almost four years ago now good lord almost four years ago coming into the studio as comparatively extraordinarily libertarian minded and over time there's been a reformation of sorts I become less explicitly libertarian at least as defined by a big L. libertarians and people who tend to identify within the libertarian movement and there's a reason for that and my reason is very similar to that that was articulated by Max but in in short I think V. what I need to recognize and share with you before we dig too deep into it is that my identifying as a libertarian has always been a type of insurgency there's always been a certain degree of subterfuge to my identifying as a libertarian which is not to say that I've been lying about it but rather that I've been attempting to reform the understanding of what libertarianism means and how it needs to be achieved to the reason why defies a libertarian is because I am an advocate of the condition of liberty I think liberty is the proper political end in a free society in a just society in a righteous society we should be free to act upon our own judgment in pursuit of wrong values I have always believed that I still believe that that has not changed what has changed over time is my sense of how to bring that condition about and what is required both from government and from the culture to bring back condition about and to maintain it and so my identifying as a libertarian you know libertarianism is broadly speaking libertarians ever say have certain positions and a certain way of approaching conversations regarding public policy that I have never subscribed to whole heartedly because to me the point is not just to join the tribe of libertarians you have to be like like becoming Goff in high school right like it's not a fad it's not a trend my purpose in identifying as libertarian is to actually pursue that political state of liberty and I've never felt as though the vast majority of the the general quote unquote mainstream view of what I'm libertarian is has been working to actually affect the political outcome that's why I have operated from within the Republican Party twice never become part of the big L. Libertarian Party there's something that libertarians are missing I'll tell you what I think that is when we come back six five one nine eight nine five eight five five closing argument monies will transcend twenty stock eleven thirty one of three five FM twenty new stock dot com Sean Hannity alright we have a.

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"bree" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

06:54 min | 3 years ago

"bree" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Streaming at twenty stock dot com and again I heart radio at Bree and taking your calls and producing the show while I was away Max runner was in for a couple of nights and that served admirably as guest host and he he spent much of his first day here on the air expounding upon a a sort of reformation that he has been engaged in ideologically where he's come to the realization that you know he previously identified as a quote libertarian leaning conservative on a quote and he's decided to abandon that term at least the libertarian leaning part of the term and he expounded you can go back and listen to the podcast it's up there a twenty is in stock dot com to search for closing argument I highly recommend that you do and get his whole argument in testimony as to how he came to to this position the the summary that'll offer at least my perception of it is that he sees libertarian fought as in adequate to confronting the threats that are before us culturally and politically that the idea of live and let live the non aggression principle the I I'm not going to I'm not gonna do anything to you that I wouldn't want done to me that's cool you do you broke it like this this notion is kind of libertarian caricature it doesn't work in the real world and the reason why it doesn't work is because word nobody's actually operating practically in those terms there's a certain prerequisite for living and letting others live and that's being that's that everybody's in on it right that everybody agrees to that particular social contract but you're not under assault from others and we very clearly are under assault right now in this country if you're somebody who believes any anything traditional if you're somebody who maintains that the the founders had a point when they drafted the declaration of independence and the constitution is something that ought to be preserved in conserved if you believe what black hole Bhama did just like you know five six years ago which is that marriage is between one man and one woman you are now on the ouch you are cast out and you were under assault and under those circumstances it's in adequate Max argued to merely say well I'm for non aggression no it's it's not my desire here tonight as I stated at the outset of the program to refute what Max said indeed I don't think I can refute much of what Max said but I do want to offer my own perspective on it and expound upon it because I too as I think long time listeners will be able to a test certainly our our former producer Brad only could attest to this he witnessed he has witnessed it all live in action on this program sitting on the other side of the glass glass and went when I came in three years ago almost four years ago now good lord almost four years ago coming into the studio as comparatively extraordinarily libertarian minded and over time there's been a reformation of sorts I become less explicitly libertarian at least as defined by a big L. libertarians and people who tend to identify within the libertarian movement and there's a reason for that and my reason is very similar to that that was articulated by Max but it in short I think V. that what I need to recognize and share with you before we dig too deep into it is that my identifying as a libertarian has always been a type of insurgency there's always been a certain degree of subterfuge to my identifying as a libertarian which is not to say that I've been lying about it but rather that I've been attempting to reform the understanding of what libertarianism means and how it needs to be achieved to the reason why defies a libertarian is because I am an advocate of the condition of liberty I think liberty is the proper political end in a free society in a just society in a righteous society we should be free to act upon our own judgment in pursuit of wrong values I have always believed that I still believe that that has not changed what has changed over time is my sense of how to bring that condition about and what is required both from government and from the culture to bring back condition about and to maintain it and so my identifying as a libertarian you know libertarianism is broadly speaking libertarians have us have certain positions and a certain way of approaching conversations regarding public policy that I have never subscribed to whole heartedly because to me the point is not just to join the tribe of libertarians you have to be like like becoming Goff in high school right like it's not a fad it's not a trend my purpose in identifying as libertarian is to actually pursue that political state of liberty and I've never felt as though the vast majority of the the general quote unquote mainstream view of what I'm libertarian is has been working to actually affect that political outcome that's why I have operated from within the Republican Party twice never become part of the big L. Libertarian Party there's something that libertarians are missing I'll tell you what I think that is when we come back six five one nine eight nine five eight five five closing argument might as well try outs and twenty stock eleven thirty one three five FM twenty new stock dot com Sean Hannity right we have a lot today weekdays.

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