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'Flash' actor Ezra Miller gets fine, probation after home break-in
"Actor Ezra Miller, who stars in the upcoming film the flash, has been sentenced in Vermont, entering a guilty plea to a misdemeanor that helped him avoid jail time. Justice League star Ezra Miller has been sentenced to a year of probation, a $500 fine and court fees, and continuing mental health treatment. How do you keep? Guilty. Miller pled guilty to unlawful trespassing in a plea deal with prosecutors in connection to a break in the theft of liquor bottles from a neighbor in Vermont's home last May. It's appropriate sentence and it is an interest of justice. In a courtroom in Bennington, Vermont, superior court judge Carrie Anne MacDonald Katie, told Miller two charges including a felony burglary count had been dropped, but could be refiled, if they failed to abide by details of the probation. All the conditions really are about mental health. Alexander Burke is a deputy state's attorney. Ensuring the compliance with the conditions, which we protect the victim, but it also allows the defendant to continue their employment. The Vermont break in was one of a string of arrests and reports of erratic behavior by Miller last year, Miller stars in the upcoming Warner Brothers movie the flash, which has had its release date moved several times. I'm Jennifer King
Weinstein asks NY high court to reverse 2020 rape conviction
"Former movie producer Harvey Weinstein is asking for New York's highest court to overturn his rape conviction there a month after he was convicted of rape in California, a marchesa a letter with the latest. Harvey Weinstein's legal team is asking the New York State Court of Appeals to dismiss his rape conviction in 2020 in order a new trial on a single count of criminal sexual act. His lawyers argue the rape charge involves alleged conduct outside the statute of limitations. They also allege that trial judge James Burke swayed the outcome with rulings favorable to prosecutors, Weinstein was sentenced to 23 years in prison in New York. Last month in California, he was convicted of raping and sexually assaulting an Italian actor in 2013. He will be sentenced for that on February 23rd
Winter storm barrels into Sierra Nevada, prompting avalanche warning
"A powerful Sierra Nevada winter storm prompts back country avalanche warnings, closes a Lake Tahoe highway and knocks out power to some California customers. A 250 mile stretch of the Sierra from north of Reno to south of Yosemite National Park is under a winter storm warning with as much as four feet of snow expected in the upper elevations around Lake Tahoe and a flood advisory along the California coast from Sacramento to San Francisco. Mammoth mountain ski representative Lauren Burke says all the snow is a blessing for business. Gears and riders have been ecstatic with how good it's been out there. We've been able to open more
"burke" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"Does campaign play in a starter's role the way he played a season ago as a starter? Because that was, you were winning games like that. So I don't know what is your take on it? First of all, Devin Booker, the sons are plus 128 raw points with Devin Booker on the floor. That's number one in the NBA. They're -27 when he sits. Wow. Second of all, Mikhail bridges. Mikhail bridges was a cute kind of, well, if we're talking about kind of all star snubs at the bottom of the snub list, maybe you so much to mention Mikhail bridges. This year, Michael bridges, if he keeps playing like this, is going to be in the all star conversation full stop. 16 points, 5 rebounds three assists, no grit doesn't sound great. 59% shooting. 46% on threes, 63% on twos and boy oh boy, those little leaning, the little leaning mid rangers are a thing of beauty and the defense is what it is. He's the first team all defense level player. That hasn't dissipated at all. And when you look at the sun's, my whole thing coming into the season with them was, I just think they've maximized their style of play. I don't think they can stay atop the west with this offense that is all mid range jumpers. No threes, no free throws, no offensive rebounds. Too many fouls on the other side of the floor, so we're spotting teams 5 points again at the Fallon. They have to adjust little by little, none of it is big. Here are some numbers. They were 29th in free throw rate last year. There are 13 this year. And if you look at who's getting to the line more, it's just everyone's just a little bitty bits. Devin Booker a little bit more, McGill bridges a little bit more. The bench unit with Torrey Craig and jock Landau is sort of lifting their rim toughness stats. Offensive rebounding. They were 21st last year. They're 11th this year. And again, you look at the numbers, it's Landau, it's Tori Craig. It's everybody else just a little bit little bit here and there. They took the 25th most threes last year. That's up to 18th this year. It's just a couple threes a game. It's not big. They took they were dead last in shots at the rim last year. There are 27th this year. So the only moved up three spots that doesn't sound like much, they took 25% of their shots in the restricted area. That was last by a mile last year. They're up to 31% this year. That's like 6 shots a game. They've redistributed from the mid range to the rim. That has taken them. I know there are only 27, but they're like a normal team now. They were an abnormal team last year and again, you look at the numbers who's getting to the rim where it's just bit by bit, Mikhail bridge is a little bit more Landau a little bit, book a little bit more. It's just everybody Tory Craig crashing the glass, little bit little bit little bit, and as you mentioned with cam Johnson, although it wasn't playing out in the aggregate, I think the idea of starting him was we just got to shoot more threes. We got to get more threes up Mikhail bridges. You got to get more threes up. And those numbers, they're little. They're little and a lot of it is the bench scrappy guys lifting them up, but they're just, I'm just gonna watch them because I think it reflects a little bit of self awareness that they needed of we just have to get a little more modern and diverse if we want to stay where we are. And they have emphatically stayed where they are to do this without Jay and now cam and with Chris get again looking like a shell of himself. Although I gotta tell you DB. Even when he looks like a shell of himself, Chris Paul, 94 assists in 15 turnovers for the season. It's like ridiculous. And who do you want managing the game down the stretch, you know, like give me Chris Paul every day of the week. What should take on Deandre ayton? The first presser where he said, you know, somebody asked him about he and Monty and he said, we haven't spoken. That was jarring for me. You know, any concerns about that or him at all. You know, I guess my concern would just kind of be like, maybe this is just it. He's at 15. I'm looking at it as a 15 and 8, his minutes are a little bit down, but so per minute he's probably about the same. Still doesn't get to the line, okay, passer, okay offensive rebounder, still kind of wants to fade from contact at the rim ride, catches in traffic and his default is spin away for a fade away. And you keep, but he's just good. He's good at lots of different things. And you keep hoping from the leap for the leap from good to all star, which when they made the finals look like it was kind of in progress. And he's 24 now and it hasn't happened yet, but I guess I'm not worried because again, that, as you said, that was sort of an alarming press conference, but he's playing well, like he's doing he's doing the Deandre and stuff on both ends of the floor. And they just keep on keeping on it to your point. We could be if they win those two games against Portland, they are ten and one, and they are at the top of everybody's conversation through all the adversity they've had. I think this goes a little bit to what they've established as a baseline of acceptability and standard and accountability and all those things. And it feels like a complete contrast to the team we just spoke about Minnesota, where in those games that can go borderline either way, they're winning those games. So it's been impressive. I don't think they're on my schedule, and that disappoints me. 'cause I like watching book in person, but. You know, by the way, their first sale. That's 7 scandals ago. I forget sometimes they're for sale. That's right. That's right. They need to get bob Iger involved with this. He had the Midas touch. Doris Burke, you got to go to work in Memphis. We got Memphis Minnesota tonight on ESPN. That's correct. What time? 8, 8, 8 eastern. What do we got? No, 9 30 eastern, I think. Over the late game, you're the late game. I think there may be college football on before us, I'm not a 100% sure. Football. Make way for football. We're working so hard in addition to everything you're doing. I feel like your podcasting more. You twice a week. Twice a week. Who do you got on play by play tonight? Mark Caster.
"burke" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"Low pool. Welcome to the low post podcast on a Friday morning where boy oh boy do I get excited when I see this lady's face across from me virtually and in person and now the world gets to see your face because they made me do YouTube podcasts and so here we are live on YouTube apparently the Hall of Famer, the one and only Doris Burke, how are you? Superb superb? What are we 13, 14 games in for some teams? It's been a good start. As usual, Zach, there's some things going on in the standings that we're all like, it's this real? Is it not real? Is it going to find its own level at some point? So I'm so good. We're 13, 14 games, and by my unofficial count, 72 NBA scandals into the into the 2022 2023 season. We're going to talk about basketball today. And then I don't know if you if you saw this, but one of our former colleagues, Chris Haynes, dropped a piece yesterday about some notion that the Lakers when LeBron signed his extension, which is really only a one year extension. People acted like what a long-term commitment he made is one year. Sort of implied to him, we will go all in to put a championship contender around you every season. And flash forward, it's 11 games in. There are two and 9. They stink. Russ off the bench, Russ and the starting lineup, Russell and popcorn. It doesn't matter. They're just not good. And now there's this pressure building of are we just really going to sit here and waste a year of LeBron James and we have these two first round picks we can trade. We have this disaster that's unfolding in Brooklyn, although the nets have looked spirited and are winning games since Kyrie was suspended. Are we really just going to sit on our hands here and DB? I think one of the reasons that that noise is not going to go away is you look at the Western Conference on top are the Utah Jazz, no one expected that. Portland, no one expected that Phoenix. Okay, no one's really the big teams are not that scared of Phoenix Phoenix was really good. We're going to talk about them beyond impressed by what they've done. The clippers, 7 and 5, the warriors four and 7, I think those were kind of consensus one and two maybe in the west. And the nuggets is we're going to talk about sneakily starting to look a little scary at 8 and three, but the west doesn't feel as open and shut as clear at the top as people thought. And so I think if you were the most optimistic Lakers fan in the world, you could be like, well, there's, you know, we got this trade right. We still have a brown we still have AD. Maybe we could make a run none of these juggernauts are doing anything and we're going to have that conversation. I think where do you want to start Denver or the Utah Minnesota nexus of trade trade different trade feelings we'll call it? Well, first of all, let's start with Denver, but I do want your take on something because I've heard you talk about this in all of the settings we put you in. And sort of like the sleepless nights that the Los Angeles Lakers must have as it relates to those two picks. Would you do it if you're them? Well, I mean, that's the thing I'm going to talk about later is I just don't know the trade. They're so bad. And LeBron's heard already. Anthony Davis isn't. Ruled out for tonight. He's out for tonight. And look, maybe it's just one or two games, but it's not encouraging that we're 12 games in and he has an injury that he's had before. AD is very good but not top ten good. And if those guys aren't just gods, like if LeBron's not in LeBron shooting 21% out the reason, those guys are gods, everything else is just window dressing, like the whole model of the team is those guys are the third best in 9th best players in the NBA or whatever you want to rank them. And if they're not that and they're not really even close to that in AD's case, I don't know what the trade is and then you look at the teams. It's like spurs. No. Charlotte, Charlotte's interesting and looming as a potential they've lost 7 in a row loss to Miami and overtime last night. They should just dive all the way to the deep end of the wembanyama pool. Just go all the way in, but like Gordon Hayward's hurt already. I don't know even though they could trade Rozier, fine. Like, is that changing your life as the Lakers? The Indiana one is the one that I've said I would lose sleep over, buddy, healed in miles Turner, but two and 9, two and 9 in this bad, even with the conferences jumbled as we just said, I just, am I just going to destroy my entire future? I mean, those picks are like golden chip. Picks. Right. And then that would bring you to Brooklyn and the guy there, which I don't really want to talk about right now. So I just don't, it's easy to say, you got to go all in and go all in, go all in. If you go all in on a deal that's a half measure, that's like a couple okay players, pretty good players that Utah, guys, the way you talk, by the way, ten to three, we're going to talk about them in a second. Why are they trading anybody? Do you? Unless you give them everything. And it doesn't work and you're the 7th best team in the west. And then you get to 2026, 2027, 2028, 2029, all your fans are going to be like, oh my, oh my God. LeBron's 40 something and retired and AD? Is a shell of himself, and we don't have our we don't have our draft picks? How did this happen again? What were we agitating for in 2022? What about you? My
Danielle and Editor at Newsweek, Josh Hammer, Unpack a New Poll
"I'm delighted to welcome our guest today, Josh hammer. Josh hammer is the opinion editor at newsweek. Joss is a constitutional attorney by training. He hosts the Josh hammer show and newsweek podcasts and co hosts the Edmund Burke foundation's Nat con squad podcast. Josh, thanks for joining us. In a recent economist YouGov poll, 94% of respondents said, jobs in the economy was important to them. The topping, every other concern, except inflation, which scored the same. According to an average of polls compiled by RealClearPolitics, 59% of Americans disapprove of Biden's handling of the economy. We've also seen that critical Senate races in Pennsylvania Wisconsin, Nevada and Arizona appear to be shifting in favor of Republicans. So what do you think about this lead we have so far up to November? And do you think that there could be some October surprises of the sleeves of the Democrats until then? Well, Daniel, thanks for having me. Great to be with you as always. So I mean, what you just read those polls kind of remind me of something that I have been saying on my own podcast on radio TV. You name it for many months now, actually, which is, you know, back in July, I think a lot of us in the right leaning commentary of punditry space were predicting a big red wave, the red wave was kind of like the phrase that I think a lot of us in folks last summer. Then around August, maybe it's early September, really kind of the month of August, so I think a lot of people start to get a little skittish. And just a little bit and there was like that'd be so called backlash to the Supreme Court. Abortion case might have been having an effect, but around that time that some people, especially on our side, were starting to get a little more cautious, pessimistic and skittish. I kind of took upon myself, I'm not the only one. A lot of others did. And I reminded folks like the fundamentals, the basic kind of bare bones, political fundamentals of this midterm election, still heavily favored Republicans.
Sen. Doug Mastriano on the FBI's Arrest of a PA Pro-Life Leader
"Talking to the man I hope by the grace of God will be the next governor of Pennsylvania, Doug master yano. Doug, you and I were just talking over the break. Something horrific happened recently. This is one of those things that I think the whole nation is stunned that a man last name hook a pro life activist with a lot of kids, protests in front of abortion clinics, a prayerful, peaceful man, and the FBI sent what, 35 agents to smash down his door to terrorize his family. It's like one of these things that you don't want to believe this is true. You'd like to think that somebody's exaggerating. It's not exaggerating. It is stunning, stunning overreach. This is why we fought a revolution against George the third because of, I mean, actually it's just stunning that it just happened. Can you talk about that? Because I still can't believe that this is how human beings are being treated in this country and in Pennsylvania where I hope you'll be governor. It's heartbreaking. So we have Mark Howe, who is a sidewalk counselor in Pennsylvania, Burke's county, and a very peaceful man. He loves people. He has 7 kids and he was outside of an abortion clinic and one of the abortion Planned Parenthood escorts apparently was started getting out of line with March 12 year old kid and so Mark and came to defensive his kid and apparently there was a shoving match. The gentleman on the other side, of course, sued Mark. It was thrown out of by a lower court. Now I want to be clear, as I have read the story, this gentleman over and over and over would very, very forcefully harass mark how and his 12 year old son and say, vicious things that we can't mention on this program about this boy's father. And eventually the father shoves him away from the sun and then please continue. And so of course, the other gentleman sued mark and it was thrown out of a court. Sounds like case closed. But no, here comes a weaponized Department of Justice and they go to mark's house. I call it a night raid for a perspective in Afghanistan. I'd assist in targeting packages of high value targets. And so we look at people that are armed, dangerous, insurgents, heavily armed with a record of killing Afghans and what happened. And the night raid wouldn't tell going in an early morning hours with maybe 30 special operators, so with lots of vehicles and you take them down. That's what happened to mark on a Saturday morning several weeks ago. You have 38 about a dozen or 15 vehicles show up. Are you kidding me, waiting weapons in his face in front of him at his 7 kids and his wife,
Conservatives Need to Look Beyond Trumpism for Guidance
"Why should people come to our team? What is it? And here's the thing. No offense at all to Donald Trump. If he's the candidate next time, I will back him to the hilt. Heck, I would back a yellow dog before I would vote for any Democrat. But Trump is the one who did this. We just can't rely on trumpism as a governing philosophy. I could love the man. We can say he did, he gave us three Supreme Court Justices. He saved the republic because it's true. But what we have to have is now something that goes beyond him. All right? He can be of it, but we have to have a bigger thing. And I think national conservatism can offer that. And I think there's a statement of principles that the website and it's not going to surprise anybody. It's essentially a return to the founding principles of this country, but extremely well articulated. What I want to tell you about this national conservatism conference in Miami was it's kind of like cpac is a big party for our team. You know, everybody goes, you see your Friends, you see all the radio hosts you like. You see all that kind of stuff. And we all hang out. That's one part of the movement. That's the populist movement. That's vital. That's how we get together and build momentum. But what this was was kind of the academic intellectual wing of our team. These are the people who write the weighty tomes, the big old books full of the ideas that explain how Edmund Burke crusty old, I think he was Irish. But whatever. He's a Brit of some flavor. How his ideas now can be translated into what we stand for and what we're doing. What is America first? What is maga? And really now what I want to ask you to consider is what is national conservatism.
Jim Hanson Discusses the National Conservatism Conference
"Start by telling you everyone about a really cool conference I was at. This last week, in Miami. It was called the national conservatism conference. It was the third iteration of this. Put on by an organization called the Edmund Burke foundation. So very, very deeply old school conservatives. And really, if you're not familiar with this organization, I'm going to tell you you should be. National conservatism dot org. They have the right ideas. And what I want to kind of talk about and put in all of your minds, if you're not familiar with this, is the idea that we on the right. We, the maga, we, the America first crowd, we the new right, the base right, us. We need a full fledged ideology platform and governing set of principles because the time is ripe for us to take over. I mean, we are winning. We are ascendant. We are the ones at the momentum. We are the reason people are joining the Republican Party is because of us. And in large part, you got to give credit where credit's due. Donald Trump lit that fuse. He lit that fuse. Like when they put on the old cartoons, the barrels of dynamite blowing up. He did that. And it's working. He kicked that over. It's driven the left crazy. They've shown just exactly how bad their ideas are. They've started doing things that normal Americans can't stomach. So all of those people need a home. We have a home. We are the right. We are inviting new people to this place. And we are displacing the rhino moderate spineless thin lip milk toast cream in the coffee Republicans, like Mitch and the rest. All right, we're pushing them out of the way.
John Zmirak Discusses Enoch Burke, Jailed Teacher in Ireland
"I always want to talk to you about everything at once. So what should we talk about first? Well, since we're talking about a January 6th political prisoner, potentially calling you from America's gulag, I think it's appropriate to speak to someone who's in a European good luck. Enoch Burke is sitting in prison in Ireland, the Republic of Ireland right now, because he was teaching at a Christian school there run by the church of Ireland, which is the Anglican church there. And a student there, and a young student claims that he's transitioning to be female. And wants people to use the pronouns they and them. And enigma is an evangelical Christian from a large and fervent evangelical Christian family. And he said he wouldn't do that. He's not going to affirm a demonic lie that some activist convinced this kid of he's not going to participate in and encourage this kid ruining his life by following this fantasy to get himself chemically castrated maybe physically castrated. Dosed with dangerous hormones made medically dependent on the pharmaceutical industry for the rest of his life, all in service of demonic confusion. He said he's not going to do it. He's going to use the correct biological pronouns for this book.
Rangers win 3-2 over WSox in debuts of 2 former 1st-rounders
"Mabry's valoria single home the tying run in the 7th inning to push the rangers past the White Sox three to two Texas became the first team since 1986 to have two of its first round picks make their big league debuts as starters in the same game 2016 pick Cole Reagan's allowed one unearned run over 5 innings 2017 first rounder Baba Thompson was one for three with a bunch single Brock Burke picked up the win with two scoreless innings helping the rangers end a 7 game home losing streak Losing pitcher Johnny cueto was reached for three runs at 11 hits over 80 innings I'm Dave ferry
An Introduction to Yoram Hazony Author of 'Conservatism: A Rediscovery'
"Returning to the shows that I text many of the developments in conservative thought the past few years is philosopher and scholar yoram has owning. What actually defines our country? And what can create unity? In very large part, the Trump presidency provoked necessary debate on the right about this question. One arena where you can see that debate is at natcon, an ongoing series of worldwide national conservatism conferences. These events emerged in 2019 from the Edmund Burke foundation where Europe is chairman. They're a part of the movement on the right to recognize the importance of nationalism to conservatism. Right now, the union is fraying. Military enlistment is plummeting. Child rearing is falling apart. Marxism is on the rise, an animus is rampant between left and right. Yoram says we've been incorrectly redefining the right for most of modern history and it's why our national identity is fractured. He says the incorrect definition of the right is what is perpetuating our current climate of disarray. Europe's work is vigorously discussed around both liberal and conservative media, most recently, all of that conversation is in response to his new book a conservatism, a rediscovery, but he writes of the new right and America's only way forward.
Joe Sakic Set to Meet With Pending UFA Kuemper's Agent
"Well, maybe we shouldn't be so hasty in. Saying goodbye to Darcy Kemper and thanking him for his one year winning the cup, but time to move on to somebody else because as will Peterson writes that Denver fan dot com. Joe sakic made meeting with Darcy Kemper's agent his first real big free agent I guess intention, he brought back Andrew cogliano, that was nice, but that was just the appetizer. We're all wondering what's going to happen with the big guys, right? What's going to happen with Kemper, kadri, you choose skin. Burke costy, Manson, all these guys. What does it tell you that the first real outreach was to Darcy Kemper's agent? It tells you that you know it's a weak free agent market from a goaltending standpoint. So Darcy Kemper is probably your best option. Your best option might be willing to take a little bit of a hometown discount and I think a thirdly, I think it just points to the amount of respect that grew during that playoff during the playoff run, especially against Tampa when you know you're not a 100%, but you're going out there and you're just, you're just throwing your body around, trying to block bucks. I think they grew in their respect for what he had to accomplish. What he had to go through to be able to show up every night and get that
Dinesh Reflects on a July 4 'Anti-Party' Organized by the Left
"The philosopher Edmund Burke once said the love of our country our country should be lovely. Now, I think what work is getting at is he was making the point that while we love our country in part because it is ours. I mean, we love our country sort of for the same reason we love our kids. They are ours. But at the same time, our kids can be sometimes unlovable. And the same can be true of one's country. And I was thinking about all this in the wake of the July 4th holiday. The Democrats were promoting an event in Arizona, which was literally called F the fourth F the fourth. And the event was evidently put on by some women's group that Tucson women's march, but it was being promoted by the pima county Democratic Party. And then when Republicans got a hold of it and said, basically, look how anti American these people are. They won't even celebrate a national holiday. In fact, they want to they're using all these obscenities and connection with it. The pima county people deleted the tweet, but they said, listen, we're deleting the tweet because we think that being the name of the event is in poor taste. From the meme is in poor taste, but we support the event. And interestingly, in the event, the women's March people said, in effect, bring your shoes, water, lawn chairs, posters, and your anger and your anger. So this appears to be in part over the Supreme Court overturning the road decision. And in a strange way, it's also a grudging acknowledgment that the Supreme Court in doing this was affirming the principles of the founding because why else would you say F before you say after fourth because you think the founding principles themselves are bad? After all, if you thought that the court was usurping, it's authority. And if you thought that the court was misreading the constitution and misreading the Declaration of Independence and then you would, you would affirm the fourth. And accused the Supreme Court of betraying the true principles of the founding, but no, I think the left realizes they don't like those
"burke" Discussed on The Philosopher's Zone
"Ensure social good. All of these come together to create a picture of the vision for work and for an inability to connect a cost across common lines of decency and respect through reform. And that is why he's so wary of them, particularly in the French Revolution. These have they come out common problems today. They are what a polarized our politics. Particularly through an avenue, if you look, for example, at big tech. Why is Burke relevant? I think that he's relevant because he makes an appeal to individual leaders. He says that unless people step up according to principles. Unless they act with respect and decency the entire head of this will fall through. And so when we think about the better angels argument, it may be so that we're not able to bring over every resistor. That the entire problem can not be solved using a virgin approach. But what I think it can do is inspire good men and women to step up in association and try and tap in the valleys of institutions and I do think we are seeing that today. For example, in the British modern Tory park, the fact that we've had a no confidence vote so thinly come through and support a Boris Johnson, is partly a testament to that recognition. It's partly that politics, but it's also partly the recognition of MPs like Jesse Norman, for example, who is an author and a philosopher on a book about book, standing up and saying, this is contrary to what I see as proper Truman dignified conservatism in the traditions of the English constitution. So even in Burke's own day, his own appeals to leadership fell through, but he would be the first to say that there is no one quick fix or easy answer. There's no magic button that we can press to save our society from the threat of arbitrary power. What we can do is empower and inspire women and men to try and step up and restrain that power. And I think that that message no matter what era we're in is one worth hearing and listening to. Jack Jacobs, he's a writer and podcast are based in Adelaide and that podcast is one that I highly recommend to anyone who's interested in political and institutional reform. It's called beaconsfield, which is the name of the English town where Edmund Burke spent the latter part of his life and it's available wherever you get all your other podcasts. And this has been the philosopher's zone, you can follow us via the ABC listen app. I'm David Rutledge. Thanks for listening. And I hope you can join me again next week. Bye for now..
At Least 3 Dead, 1 Injured in Maryland Factory Shooting
"Breaking news coming out of Baltimore, Maryland. Smith Burke, smithburg, Maryland. A shooting three day at three injured and what they're calling a mass shooting at a manufacturing facility. Now I'm not the smartest man in the world, but if I was to make a guess at a manufacturing facility is probably a disgruntled employee. And I remember the days where they did not broadcast and publicize shootings of this nature in the ways in which they do it now. Now that the midterms are approaching us, they are trying to bolster the claim that there is a tremendous amount of mass shootings that's going on all because of Republicans.
"burke" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"You're just creating an extra meal for me because I don't even know what could be happening around me and earthquake could be happening. If there's pizza, I don't even care what the topping is. I'm eating the pizza, so you're just setting me up to get fat with a 3 p.m. pizza option. I can't resist it. It's impossible. This is a lot of information. I'm sorry. Piazza I think that's the name of the place we went to the pizza was absolutely stellar and the company is just exceptional. So, hey, listen, all I know is I'm lucky. I can't wait to get to game two and see what Steve and he may have in mind and see what these incredible players do. So last night was so fun back and I felt like Boston had to get one here in order to make this the series we thought it was and they did and you're right. Now prosperity prosperity is not been kind to the Boston Celtics they tend to make things hard on themselves so we'll see how they react. Well, I think we both picked warriors in 7. We did, yeah. In theory, the Celtics winning game one should not really dissuade us from such a long extended pick like that. I did come away from that game one feeling like, oh, that was that was a pretty emphatic boss who went and you can show me the 21 threes and all that and obviously those guys won't shoot like that, blah, blah, blah. It didn't feel it felt like a piece of information that changed the way I thought about the series a little bit. Sure, I would agree with that. And I would agree with that because of the way they were able to defend after the first quarter. The mind boggling stakes, there's a transition three by step where Derrick white and one other Celtic were standing right there. And they both ran in the other direction. I said, what the hell are you? It was Pritchard. It was Pritchard, the other one. Are you kidding me? Two guys just walked away or actually turned and jogged away from the greatest shooter in this race. Oh, it actually be fun. It would actually be fun if you could make this like an attraction that you would pay like an enormous amount of money for. In a 5 on 5 situation, I would want to see how it feels like because you see some teams do this. Okay, so I'm playing the real warriors and you just plop me onto the defensive team. And you say, you're only job is literally ignore everything else happening on the floor. Do not avert your vision from Steph Curry. The other, it could be Wilt Chamberlain Bill Russell, Michael Jordan and LeBron James. You don't care. You're only job is to chase him around. Do not pay it. I don't care if he's 75 feet from the hoop or at the basket. That's your only job. I obviously I would fail on that after one cut by Steph Curry. I'd be in the dust. I just would like to see what it feels like to just because when you play pickup, you don't just have one job, like some guys are just face guard them 94 feet. I just would like to see what that feels like. I would pay some money to do that and it would be horrible, but it's very unique, but to your point, it's like, dude, that's Steph Curry. Just guard him no matter where he is. And if somebody's coming up the floor, who should not be left on attended in transition, it's that guy, go find everybody, you know, leave everybody else out alone. Oh, it was too crazy. That's enough. I've wasted enough of your time. You're the best to indulge me on this stupid podcast. The one and only Doris Burke, I will see you soon. Thank you for your time. Keep up the great work on ESPN radio and.
"burke" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"And I am on the side that he's going to be good enough. I just don't expect him to go two for 7, four turnovers and look as young as he looked. He just, I just, I don't see that. I don't see that but he can not be a piece of tissue paper floating around on defense. He has to show some, I remember saying this on a telecast early. The question is, I think you and I have had this conversation. And these are the things you see early that you say, Kenny hold up, can he hold up? Can Jordan Poole can those lineups ten those minutes when you are that small? Can they hold up? This is the question. This is the question and we asked it when we first saw it. But as we mentioned earlier, I think it sometimes gets portrayed as like this parlor trick. Oh, pool party? It's a little short minute burst. Curry and pool. No. Curry and pool together with draymond was like a massive part of their turnout. It was not just a random parlor trick. Let's wrap real quickly. What did you think of opening with Robert Williams on Andrew Wiggins, which I speculated about on my podcast and in my column and then sort of concluded that it kind of feels too cute and they came off of it in the third quarter. They put them on to loony. I wonder where he'll start game two if it's Wiggins or if it's a loony, what did you see there that you liked and you didn't like? I mean, I get the idea of it. I talked through it before the series. I think there's some smart reasoning behind it. Obviously the warriors are going to try and attack it with curry Wiggins pick and rolls and sort of test them out that way. And I think the idea of it is, fine, you do that. You run curry Wiggins pick and rolls in the starting 5. That means loony and draymond are somewhere behind the place so you're spacing is not going to be great. Not going to be as good as it would be if one of those guys were screening for Steph. But what did you think of it and how and how the warriors responded to it? It's funny because one thing I have said throughout the course of this run for the Celtics is and I thought you saw this on display in the Miami series, particularly in the game 7 where Robert Williams bumped his knee early and just didn't move the same the rest of the way. You know, you've talked about how the defense elevated as soon as they made the switch to putting Robert on the wings and letting him roam around. And even Steve Kerr private game once said, because I have to occur this point blank. You know, basically, what do you expect? What does it look like if he's healthy versus not? And he said, listen, just what you said, we're going to put him in the screening action if he's guarding a wing and we're going to play out of that and we're confident about what we'll get. And I had read your preview after interviewing Steve, and I saw the line about having him guard Wiggins, could be too cute. And I just smiled because I asked him, who is he going to check to start? And he said, wig inside, just put a big smile on my face. It goes back to your point, I think, you know, like Celtics downsized. Who's the big? If Al Horford shooting it the way he is, how many ministers Robert Williams get moving forward, I do think they may go back to the kavan loony matchup as opposed to that. With Robert Williams, and again, you know, the beauty is, you know, you can probably do both as long as Roberts getting two days between and so he can be at that point of attack. If there is the pick and roll with Wiggins and curry, Izzy Robert, who can move laterally, he surprises people, I think. He surprises people with his ability to be in the middle of the page shading off a Wiggins and still get out and contest a shot. I mean, I don't know how many threes he's blocked this year, Zach, but it's quite a few. So I think that's the beauty of the Celtics is you can move all these parts and pieces around and adjust on the fly, I don't know. I don't know. I would start among Mooney. Me too. I would start them on Looney, but I don't know what he is going to do. Regardless of who Robert Williams defends, in the second half they started doing the thing where the warriors would call his guy up for a pick and roll and the Celtics would switch him out of it in the middle of the play. So before the pick actually happens and then the words would say, okay, so you switch them over there. We'll just bring that other guy up so you're still involved. The dangerous thing about that against the warriors is when you play that kind of mix and match, then you get caught up in, okay are we trying to get back to our original assignments now or are we sticking with these and the warriors move so fast that if you're confused for half a second all of a sudden one of the splash brothers is going to be launching an open three. So I would keep an eye on that and I say this, I say the following, I'm cursing myself saying this. Daniel tice is probably gonna score like 14 points on 7 of 7 shooting in game two. I just don't understand why he continues to play. I know he made a shot last night. He made it. Did you make a three? Was it a long tour? It was a three. He made a three. Yeah. I'm with you. I just don't get it. The Celtics, the Celtics love Daniel tice. Did you just can't get enough at the end of Daniel tice? If Daniel tice gets traded in the next 18 months, they will trade back, they will trade it for him back like 6 months later. I just don't get why he's playing, especially if you're going to go small a lot. But hey, look, hats off to him. He made a shot. DB, I will see you soon. If you go, if there's a pizza pasta wine, just let just keep me in, I'm not, you know, the Napa wine tasting with Cassie, that could get out of hand. I don't know if I want any part of that, but the pizza pasta postgame wine. I want and I want PJ Carlos simo to be like really, really gruff and telling old stories about seton hall and what a Terry to hair and stuff like that. Can we make that? That guy could shoot it. He was electric and you kidding me, John Morton. Oh yeah, PJ's got all the stories. And we would love for you to join us in our postgame pizza pasta. I promised myself. I literally said to mark Tessa I'm gonna be so disciplined. I'm gonna have a protein and a salad. Before we even sit down like four, four pizzas to send on the table, I take one sip of wine and everything went out the window. No, you can't. You put pizza in front of me. It's a debate in my house, 'cause once you have kids see, I didn't realize this, your pizza frequency with kids, it goes up like 500% because when they're all together when you have an outdoor gathering, the easiest with responses like, let's just order a bunch of pizzas. Every kid's birthday party is pizza. So I've realized I could eat pizza literally every single day from multiple meals. My wife is like, get sick of pizza after like a little too much over a couple of weeks. If you put pizza, it doesn't even when kids, birthday parties are like at 3 o'clock, so I've already had lunch and dinner is coming and there's pizza at the birthday party. I'm like, you're just, it's just entrapment..
"burke" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"Everyone's going to try to play poker at this point. I just think they're going to be better. I think draymond green will be better. I don't think he goes to for 12. I just don't. I just don't. I expect a better performance finishing an opportunity, not necessarily making threes, although one thing I will say is I felt like draymond green was more there were times in this playoff run and you correct me if I'm wrong. Where remember the best year he had he was making some of those threes and he certainly was willing to take them. I felt like I've seen glimpses of that draymond in this run up. Am I out of my mind on that? He's made some big threes. I just think that draymond is gone forever, the one who hit all those threes in game 7 against the Cavs in 2016 when they lost and all that. I just think that that was a one year jump shot fluke and we're never going to see that guy again and most of his threes are going to look like they did in game one. And by the way, that's fine. He does a lot of other great things and he knows better than anyone how to leverage you ignoring him into getting shots for his teammates. Some things that I'm going to look for for the warriors that I want your thoughts on. I was surprised how often they gave the switch of curry on to Tatum and pool on Tatum. When we just saw them against Luca do so well with Steph hedging out and recovering. And I don't think it killed killed them like Tatum was just three of 17 Steph is pretty physical now in his late prime so to speak. He'll body up people as best he can and forced a couple of tough floaters. The help from the warriors was aggressive in there, but to help has much less distance to travel when Robert Williams is in the dunker spot and Al Horford is in the corner behind him, then it does when there's only one of those guys on the floor and all of a sudden the floor is better space. I wonder if we'll see them try to get under more smart Tatum pick and rolls when smart is the ball handler. Now Tatum has become very good at kind of bulldozing his way down and forcing that switch but maybe more hedging more going under and I thought I was surprised when the warriors went small, I thought one of the benefits of that to them would be they had a little more freedom against Boston small lineups. If they were both small that they would have a little more freedom to play around with who draymond green guarded. Like we could put auto Porter on Al Horford and have draymond on jaylen Brown or Marcus smart or something like that. I thought we might see that and I think we might see it in game two. I think you'll see more draymond on Jalen. That's for sure. To your point about Steph on Tatum, there were two plays in particular back to back possessions where he catches it sort of, you know, step battles him, he catches at mid post area, I feel like he forced one tough shot and forced him to become a passer so to your point, I absolutely think you're going to see more draymond on jaylen. And you made a great point like Steph was really good hedging out and then being cleaned there to get the matchup they wanted defensively, so yeah, and I agree with you about money. If pool can't play, he is your 5th best guy. And just how funny is first of all, a shout to kavan because Steve Kerr said early in the year and he's a 100% right. I had had a Golden State game. And I sort of I described kavan loony as really solid defensively. And Steve Kerr in an interview said blank basically blank that the guy is, you know, and he went on and on about how smart he is. And to come on's credit, he's rebounded at a higher rate. He's finished at a higher rate than he's ever had and he probably doesn't get enough credit for what he does defensively. And the other thing is, I am anxious to see Jordan Poole's response. I am. I this guy earned the trust of those two guys Steph and Dre in that in that 15 and 5 and in the play in game against Memphis. And I was stunned at how young he looked. I do expect him to play better in his minutes. Well, in going through all of those who's the 5th guy options, you know, Porter, Iguodala, aside from Looney, who we know is going to start at center when they go small. Will we see Peyton? Will we see moody? This is a very dumb ass side. I miss Juan toscano Anderson. I was kind of surprised he didn't, he just completely fell out of their rotation. In the regular season because I think he's actually good. Probably too late to play that card Damien Lee is a guest now a deep bench guy. In going through all those options, what I came to in the end was defense aside, not defensive side, but we know what the defensive issues are. They're just going to need pool to win the series. And I don't know if that means they've got to get braver bravers their own work is not like they're not brave, but if they've got to just sort of play that pool party line up a little bit more and see how bad it gets defensively versus how good it can be offensively or just mix and match so he's out there more with their best players and going through those options, I just I'm like they're just, they're just point blank. They're just going to need them. They're going to need them to win the series because Boston is that good. And if that if Jordan Poole is just not good enough to play in this series, he's going to play in this series. We're being sort of a flip saying that but if he's not good enough to be trusted to play 25 or 30 minutes or whatever and he's going to get exploited defensively and you're going to be a net negative, then I think then he's just maybe not as good as he looked in the regular season when the competition gets illegal lead elite because you go through all those answers and I'm like those are all fine kind of stopgap answers, but they just they're going to need Jordan Poole. I refuse to believe that he's just not good enough. It feels like you have to trust what you.
"burke" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"What happened to him? What do you mean? We moved on to the next call. He was talking about you and wanted to hear something about, I know, I already said that you were going to say, where did he go? No way. That's what he said. Well, I don't care what he says, and I don't think you care what he says. And here's the reason I come. I could go into a detail about why I don't talk sports, but you know why. I want you to describe to you, buddy, William. Why I don't talk sports anymore. Well, I remember because I know you know. You were just far more interested in other things and care about no, no, that's not the reason at all. We'll refresh my mind. Well, basically I'll just tell you, my word and say you let me know, he didn't want me talking about it anymore. And I want to ask you, Paul, before I start talking about it. Do you have anybody on the show? We're talking about something far more serious than the show. But you said that your that I said basically that God let me know. He doesn't want me talking about sports anymore and I was scared. I respect obey him. That's all I can tell you. Does that make any sense? It's very serious what you just said. Well, it's very true, Powell. It's just that simple. It's true. And he lets you know, you should be talking about exactly he let me know there. You think let me ask you, have you ever read the script? You think you know the script? You ever heard of this? I've never said that, Jim. I've never said I know the scripture. Okay, well, let me just keep my point. Well, I'm just going to make my there is in the scripture. It is in this country where he said my sheep in my voice, just like that shifter, it's like that's not exactly real reality. I mean, what do you think about that? Well, see, you're putting you're asking me to respond to something that I have. I just asked you, simply, do you believe that God speaks to his sheep? Yes, I do. Yes, I do. Well, I'm an album. And he spoke to me. Believe it or not, as far as I am, I am one of them. And he spoke that to me. Now I'll ask you this, so I really want to ask you this. Before I stop talking sports, the idea that any guests don't even guess have you ever had any color that knows a whole bunch of sports and it talked it better than I did. I want the honest truth from you. No, no. Then why don't you take a lawyer, whatever you want to call him, why would you tell him that? Because he's not as compelling as I am about anything. He's like your monkey eye man. All he wants to do is condemn somebody for what they need to do in his opinion. And I am still the best collar on this show in my opinion. Okay, we'll leave it without talking sports. Thank you very much, Jim, we're up against the right way actually. We're about 5 minutes over the break. But that's okay. We're not done yet. We still have 30 minutes to go. We hope you'll stick around. Chris Burke will join us next. You are listening to the Paul fine bomb Joe podcast. Welcome back. We got a big baseball game coming up in a few minutes. Tennessee and Kentucky and CRISPR 20th and Chris. So let's state the obvious about Tennessee. They're in good shape too much before. Three weeks before the tournament. But what makes this team so great? Well, I think the easy answer would be the offense just because, you know, they're hitting a bunch of home runs. You set the school record for home runs, have a chance to set the all time BB core the new era that we're living in record. But it's the pitching to me. And in a year where there's a bunch of injuries with the pitching, Tennessee's pitching not only solid, its electric, they get a bunch of guys that are going to pitch in the big leagues one day. So much so that they're trying to figure out how to get kids that are probably first round picks innings, like blade tidwell was hurt. He was supposed to be their ace. Now he's healthy, chase Dolan is coming back. It's first world problems, but that's kind of the tension demanding for Tony vitello. While most skippers are trying to figure out who to give the ball to, he's trying to figure out how to manage innings between guys that would be pitching number one for most teams in the league. And as we turn the corner toward the tournament, you're getting some strange series. You got one this weekend with Florida and Mississippi that there is a tremendous amount on the line and not the kind of things that we would normally be thinking about. No, not with two national programs like Florida and Mississippi. I think Mississippi is probably the biggest loser on the injury front this year, Landon Sims, who was there all everything closer last year. He was going to be their Friday night starter. He blows out and Landon Sims is not just a great pitcher because he is that, but he's kind of a galvanizing force. He's really the alpha male in the room. And so when he's not taking the ball, it not only hurts your team on the field, but there's a difference about that club. And then also I think you lose tan around and rowdy Jordan, who are just two of the best college baseball players, the league is seen in a while in a bigger sense then again, just their numbers. So Mississippi struggling. They're struggling bad in Florida who's got a great RPI. They look good to be a good at large pick. I mean, they're 8 and 13 in the conference or 5 games under. So something's got to give there in that series. That's two heavyweights, duking it out, trying to just scratch and call her away in the tournament. So right now, I mean, we know we know Arkansas is going to be there at the end, but beyond those two, I mean, there is a separation of your separation between Tennessee and everyone. But Arkansas is certainly holding up as part of the deal with all the schools that were number one in the country when the season began. After that, who I mean, there are going to be a lot of tournament teams, but who's in a position for super regionals and the things that really matter. I think what's interesting is you've got auburn and a and M right there in the west that auburn was picked last in a preseason in the west and then of course a and M you've got Jim schloss taken over the program at one 9 games last year in the conference. And they've already 12 or 13 conference Wednesday as we talk today. So both of those teams, auburn and Arkansas, kind of the premier matchup for the weekend. If auburn comes out of that, probably even at one and two poll, but it certainly if they win that series, auburn is going to be a top 8 top 16. That's a slam dunk. Like you said, Arkansas is a slam dunk. But a and M is probably the most interesting story. Just because of the transfers that again, we live in this transfer portal world. They brought in transfers that haven't just helped. They've been stars and at different points in the year. They've hit transfers one, two, three, four, and they're order. And they're number two starters are transferred. And their best relievers are transferred. So Jim sloss and eagle really managed that well. And talking to him, he said, not only did we get great players, but these kids are rock solid dudes. And so they've easily fit into the culture and the chemistry. And that's why you see a and M planes so well. Yeah, he came over from what TCU. I remember meeting him. We were out there and he did have an amazing resume. Chris beyond that and I don't want to diminish Tennessee,.
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Allen West: Europeans Need to Confront Evil
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ESPN to have all-woman crew for Warriors-Jazz game next week
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Border Patrol Agents Get Into Heated Exchange With Leadership During Mayorkas Visit
"The Biden administration has for cynical political reasons. Essentially left the border open porous. And people are pouring through a record numbers of people. It seems like every month we exceed the record of the previous month, the latest data from December shows a another record, 180,000 people across the border in December, surpassing the previous numbers to give you an idea only 75,000 crossed in December of 2020. So a big surge. And this is all being done, not just with the complicity, but with the invitation of Majorca, Kamala Harris, and of course President Biden himself. You can imagine what it's like to be a border patrol agent. And if you want to just get a sense of the kind of frustration that border patrol agents feel and being asked to do a job in an impossible situation, take a peek at this. Listen. If we're going to mention the number of exactly what's happening, this men are doing nothing. You're allowing the new aim here to talk about communities. You are doing something. You are. Your rescue and people every day. You're taking 5th all on streets every day. You're taking that benefit on the different ways. In the history of our country. In one year, in this country. So what's happening here? Well, Alex Mallorca is the head of the Department of Homeland Security DHS in town, and of course this is just bringing out the anger of the ordinary border patrol agents. And here's border patrol chief raul Ortiz. And he's in Laredo, Texas. And he's sort of trying to calm the border patrol agents and sort of put on a brave face like they're doing the best job they can and they're not having it. So Ortiz is basically saying, well, listen, you know, we're still doing a lot of good work, guys. You know, we're still stopping the fentanyl as best we can. And the border patrol agents are having none of it. They're saying, listen, there's record numbers of fentanyl coming in. They're coming in apparently with the kind of wink wink of the Biden administration. And so what are we even doing here? We can't even use the word illegal. We can't call them illegal aliens. And then, of course, Ortiz goes, well, you call them illegals right now. I'm not firing you, am I? So you've got a guy who's a supervisor, and he's obviously an apparatchik. In other words, he has to represent the Biden administration. He has to pretend like their jobs are not being systematically abused. But I love the line where one of the agents is in effect quoting Edmund Burke. That's exactly what's happening here. Good men are doing nothing.
Who Is Marine and Journalist Julio Rosas?
"It's an individual who's been on the show before he is a dying breed. Not because he's a marine, but because he's a real journalist. Welcome to America first one on one hula rosas. Yeah, thank you for having me, doctor Burke. All right, so what we like to do at the beginning for those who may not be familiar with our new guests, although we've had the likes of president Trump at Al on the show, is there a little bit of an introduction? So for our millions of lists across the country, who is Julio, what's his background and how did he get to be a journalist and investigative reporter that town hall dot com? So I recently completed serving in the Marine Corps reserves. I got out in this man the active side of the reserves. But I dropped out of college actually after president Trump won in 2016 to become a journalist because I thought, well, the campaign was crazy. People's reaction to the campaign was crazy and now that he's won. It's even crazier. So this is kind of the moment to kind of get in while I can go without a degree. So what were you studying? What were you planning to study and what were your politics back then? So I knew I did want to go to D.C. and I did know that I wanted to get involved in politics. It's not exactly sure, but then I realized I really like writing. So I knew I wanted to get into media, but I was studying business administration just because I think it's a waste of time and money to get a degree in journalism. A young man. But no, but by then for sure I was definitely a conservative by then. And I was for a long time and actually I was the only political one active political one of my family. My family was never really involved in politics, although I can say that's changed. My mom she moved to California a couple years ago in Los Angeles County. And from where? I'm from Illinois. And what happened when she moved to California? So she was by no means a liberal, but she's let's just say she's against Newsom in the recall. Unfortunately, obviously it didn't work out so well. But she is actually moving away. That's what we're spending our last Christmas in Los Angeles because she's moving to Florida.
"burke" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"Happens live. Your beloved nicks are 11 and 11, 16th in offense, 19th in defense, and you know tibs is just straight up grouchy right now about the refs about the defense about probably about the weather about the food he eats, whatever. He's just grouchy. Oh, one of their feet writers say two minute postgame press conference. Quickest one all year, I went out. Yeah, they got to turn those court side mics down in some of these arenas because I'm starting to hear the tips chatter and it's a great time. This is your team Long Island and Jersey Shore's Doris Burke. This is your team. What's the temperature take from you? Well, first of all, my heart heard for Kemba Walker. You know, I have had some best moments, you know. Brennan show a Dave passion I called that run through the biggie's finals. But to me, there were signs of this in Orlando. That was the first time in my life. I'm like, oh boy, you know, can Kemba be kembo? Can he be the guy of a high screen and roll quick into the three point shooting had worked because. Steve Clifford had said you're not going to be successful in this league unless you get consistent from the three pace of price becomes an all star, so that I thought it was the right decision. You know, they feel like they're more switchable, they're bigger, Alec Burks, a little bit more defensive versatility. I'm going to ask you a couple questions. First and foremost, you know, they make the moves get better offensively. Is it me or does it feel like they're getting less consistent focus from Julius or art? I don't know, they feel different defensively. I think we knew they would because they tried to change to a more offensively balanced team. I don't know, I just feel different to me, defensively. I don't know that there is locked in that there is the consistent grinding effort on that side of the floor. Accurate inaccurate. Accurate. I think Randall has been worse, he's been back cut a lot this year and last night, Derek Jones got a baseline out of bounds dunk on him when he just wasn't paying attention. He was quote unquote blitzing, pick and rolls last night, but just sort of standing around doing nothing, not rotating with urgency. He had the best defense of season in his career last year. He's back slid a little bit this year. I think Robinson has just been inconsistent and their centers aren't rebounding. And I think one of the reasons if you ask Tim's why Burke's because I do think Burke's fournier Barrett, it's not quite enough playmaking around Randall, which leads to Randall doing too much Randle ball. But I think part of the reason is rebounding Burke's is a good rebounder. The rest of their guards are bad rebounders. And fournier, look, I thought the fournier signing was fine. I liked it, but I did say I've said this about him in fournier a lot. I look at the numbers, he's up to 39.5% from three. I just never have he's always had this thing in his career and I've said this a lot. This is a new, where I look at the numbers and I watch the games. I just I don't I don't feel that he's impacting the game at a level that fits his numbers part of the reason is he's not as good. He looks like a good playmaker and then you're like, oh, he's averaging 1.6 assists again. He's just not, you just don't feel him. And they're just so dependent when Derek rose comes in the game. There are completely different teams because suddenly someone could get to the basket. They're plus ten with rows on the floor and minus ten with rows off the floor per 100 possessions. They can't start him. They can't play them too much because he'll wear down, but they just feel a little scarily dependent on Derek rose right now to me. Yeah, and it's interesting. And listen, there are never one thing. And look at Julius, you know, from 24 points per game down to 19. Rebounding on par, assist down almost a full one. Effective field goal percentage way down, three point percentage way down, still taken about the same amount. You know, he made 2.3 or 5.53 pointers last year. 41.1% unbelievable. Now 1.85 .4 to jump shot did not hold up in the playoffs. And now it's not holding up this year. RJ Barrett, very similar story, actually taking more threes per game this year, 4.3 last year, 5 at an 8 percentage point dip. So I think there's a lot going on and talked about it himself. He said, I didn't like the direction my team was trending. We needed to make changes. And he did. You know, the question and you, when we were fleshing out ideas for this podcast, you know, one of the things we you mentioned, and you can look up and down the whole standings and see the number of teams within one or two of 500. Have to leave is within one or 205 hundred. Look at the west, 11 and 9 Dallas 12 and ten Memphis 12 and 11 Lakers 11 and 11 clippers 1111 wolves 11 and 12 blazers ten and 11 nuggets, old conference. 11 and 11 sixers 1111 nicks, 1311 hornets, 12 and ten Celtics on and on and on. What reason for optimism? Let's get off in a very good positive note. What's the thing that should give Nick spans hope. I think well, I can think of a few. I think Barrett's shooting was real. And I think so I think Barrett, who was out last night against the bulls with an illness, I think he'll rebound shooting wise. Look, I think the offense has been a little scattershot 16th how much better can it get? Maybe a little bit. 19th on defense, I do think this team is gonna have a stretch where just by force of will top down will. Tips down will. They're gonna dig in and start flying around and have a 15 game stretch where they look like they did last season defensively. And your point is well taken because Mike green on a game earlier, we were discussing the Knicks we weren't covering the Knicks but we were in the pre game situation waiting for people and he did say, remember, the next didn't start out well defensively. There was what you just said a stretch. You got a Christmas tree behind you. You gotta decorate that thing, DB. It's time. It's empty. It's bear. It's a minor miracle that it went up prior to the trip out to San Francisco. The holidays are like just joy to me. So minus up and I'll probably decorate it. Well, you said the word joy. I wish you joy with your family on the holidays. And one joy thing and I'm not saying I said this to you in person. I was in Los Angeles, my first trip to LA this season, I think it was opening week of the season and I didn't because I'm so clueless, I didn't realize that we had the Lakers game.
"burke" Discussed on A New Direction
"For over thirty. Five years she's been a top real estate game. The reason she could do that is because she understands that. The relationship is the absolute most important aspect of the of the real state of the real estate transaction. She sure she understands the business. Getting you the highest price and as a seller and and negotiating the terms and everything that comes with the business real estate but it really is about. The relationship is at the end of the day. So you know what. Here's the deal when you ready seller by your home. Start with linda. Crafted team realtors. You can learn more by going to linda. Craft dot com. That's land a cr. T. dot com and. We're back here on a new direction. We're with patrick. Burke author of this book matter of fact he's authored several books but this one the ten biggest business mistakes and how to avoid them is what we're talking about today. Absolutely phenomenal book folks really as you get it on amazon bookstores near you. Just go ahead and look up the ten biggest business mistakes patrick before we get to chapter two is. Do you have a website associated with this book to bert dot net. Patrick burke dot net and by the way that is patrick burke with an e at the end so it's b. u. r. e. so p r i c k b. You r. Kate e. dot net in et so. Check that out for sure. So let's move onto chapter two and let's talk about lifestyle businesses. I'm never really heard this term but as a coach who has coached businesses. I have i was telling my wife. I ran into this as as a coach. But i didn't know what to call it. It didn't realize it was called electro business. Explain to people what a lifestyle businesses well first off. It's it's sorta defines uae. You're in business right. And if it's one of those. Hey look i had been in the on the Corporate hamster wheel. And i really didn't like i was traveling all the time. I don't wanna do that. So i decided i'm going to be a marketing consultant and i'm going to try to do it. With businesses within five are driving my home and That's fine and it's you understand that you know. There's only a limited number of businesses there is going to give you the ultimate discretion about when you work and when you don't work However there's there's downsides that you know perhaps there's going to be an opportunity that you can execute on because you don't have any employees Perhaps you get a really long Assignment and you know you're on it three or four months and you're not doing any marketing so as soon as that assignments complete. Then all of a sudden you're you're pipelines empty and so you you said that's fine if that's okay with you that's a lifestyle business. You've made that determination. It doesn't have much risk. Because you don't have a lot of payroll and as i have said in the book you know if you're you if you're new businesses shoeshine stand that's fine. You got very little in materials costs and you've but on a rainy day you have no business. So that's that's the problem with that..
"burke" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"Angelo. Sepe who is one of the original burke crew members he was identifies one of the robbers. Bought a bunch of stuff after the robbery. The gambino's killed him a few years later. He never got charged with it and might private was unrelated to the robbery. Nineteen eighty two. Jimmy burke will be convicted of conspiracy and sentenced to twelve years in prison. Now this conviction was not for lufthansa is it was for his involvement in the one thousand. Nine hundred seventy eight seventy nine. Boston college basketball point. Shaving scandal henry hill was part of that scam and he testified against burke knee also testified against burke about one thousand nine hundred seventy nine murder drug dealer named richard eaton murkland dab because henry hill ailing in wtn about twenty years in the penitentiary. And when he's much older is going gonna be hard to do. Twenty years because it'd be crimes violence but that boston point shaving scandal though. I've heard of that and really know anything about it. I guess it's in in rails. Books elected This was a game back in boston. We're boston college is was conceived by a guy named rocco perla and his brother anthony who were bookies and gamblers. They lived in pittsburgh pennsylvania. They recruited a high school friend of their name. Rick kuhn was entering his senior year at boston college and was a great basketball player neighbor. Their team as the eagles coon after approach coon. He agreed to try to hold a score within the point. Spread or go outside. The point spreads easier to hold it within the published point spread on certain games to for example. Then the first time. If boston college was an eight point favorite they give him twenty five dollars if the boston. College eagles run by less than eight points and they put all her money down on the other team. Was that mixed up. Some not gotta keep trying to go into what that means you guys are gambled understand the point system. Somebody gives you points in what you gotta do to win and lose. I'll leave that for you to figure out you know better than i do. Once rocko and tony perla got this deal set up with koon and felt like they had an edge. They set up a betting syndicate to get a lot more money to go down and that's where they ended up getting directed to henry hill. Somehow but they did. They were trying to connect with the mob and he was a guy that they got sent to because he was with lucchese family he took him to burke henry hill and gotta do something like this on his own and burke got kinda got the money and access to more money so jimmy burke agreed front the money to pay off the players each week and he would set up a string of bookies to take this different action from different people and get people that would keep their mouth shut because once people got onto this is gonna start screwing up the point spread. And everybody's gonna try to figure it out and then and want a piece of this action. Henry hill burqa guide to get the approval of lucchese family. Campo ball berio. So there's some other people know about that are greedy and want to make more money more money..
"burke" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"It's my understanding in could have been as much as two to three million dollars because the total take was five to six million dollars. There's a man with the banana family. capito named vinny isauro and he was owed money from the robbery also. I don't know if he got his or not for sure. Kind of most famously. After the robbery wind down we really know about is jimmy. Burke became more more paranoid and he kind of wanted to cut people out of their share but one version. He didn't murder was his elder son. Frank james burke aid been on with and got gotta be seven just for sitting out there in a crash car and as you know the film depicts henry hill. Not even going on this robbery and these book in and never claim to go on it. Now gimme burke son frank. James burke will be murdered years later and may in nineteen eighty. Seven cops responded to shooting in brooklyn and they found frank. James burke body with multiple gunshot wounds a said shortly after this a drug dealer named toyoto ortiz got arrested and convicted of this murder. I guess if i remember right he had some cocaine and he'd cut it way down so really wasn't anything left to it. He was just trying to hustle. This other probably puerto rican drug dinner. Dotty can get away with it. I guess he got he found out. You better be careful you mess with the bull. You get the horn. sometimes. I don't know there's ortiz guy or ot's or anything about him. But i got a feeling what anybody mess with. Paul vario was never charged with the live don's a heist but ends up in penitentiary for another racketeering charge. Three people in that deal henry hill and to jfk. Airport employs go into witness protection. That was louis over and peter. Grunwald unlike goes on german boone group working there anyhow. I guess i'm not really go into the details of the heist other and they had inside. Information took as much five million dollars in cash and jewelry and near. The people that got killed was one of the more famous when he was killed by tom. Dc or the peci character just seven days after the highest because he screwed up his parnell stacks. Edwards is a black dude. He was supposed to get rid of the van new jersey scrap yard he high instead and his dumped it off somewhere. This martin krugman was part of planning on this and it kept harassing burke freeze money that was depicted in the movie and does happen back. In december january. The six thousand nine hundred seventy nine less than a month. After the highest tommy di simone gills him body was never found. These mon will get killed himself. He was identified by one of the guards for some reason because of his well polished shoes. You know he's a dude. That policy was a shoeshine boy when he was a kid and that famous murderer of what's his name billy. Batts famous murder was in the movie where they killed a dude in a joint because comedy simone. He was teasing him about how i used to be. Shoeshine boy killed do just for that. That was a hell of an acting job. Peci did that deal where he acts like. He's mad at ray liotta at henry hill where he said we you know you think. I'm funny how funny how and you get..
"burke" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"Ever met really a good thief was applied. Charming dude had the capability to kill somebody. Henry hill would describe him as a guy that look like a real fighter with large hands in a broken nose. He'd always say that if a fight broke out burke would be all over people in a second he would be married grab. Somebody's tying slammed her face down in the market for the guy. Even new there in a fight had kind of a reputation for being wild. He'd wacky buddy was polite on the other hand so he wouldn't that irish charm more than likely during this time he started building up. A small crew of trusted thieves and henry hill was on them. I'm not sure exactly where they met. Probably the penitentiary during the nineteen sixties. Jimmy burke married a woman named mickey and in one of the more well known stories that illustrate burke temperament was about a former boyfriend making had been bothering her. She complained jimmy and on the day that they were married in nineteen sixty two. The police found this man's body cut up in a much different pieces. They would go on to have two boys now. You gotta listen to this. You got to hear the names of these boys frank james burke and jesse james burke named them after two of the most famous bank robbers train robbers in the united states at one time many like rank right up there with robin hood is being famous. Thieves now. So had a daughter named kathryn. Who would go on to murray a banana family. Member named anthony indelicate whose son of sonny red in delicado and during the commission trial the prosecutor would charge this. Anthony delicado with the murder of carmine glenda. So jimmy burke daughter married one of those guys that killed the carmine the cigar galante the do they founded in that kind of a garden in the back of that god was named talion restaurant in brooklyn with the cigar. Still in his mouth was local. Newspaper guys climbed up a tree and got a really gross graphic shot of carmine glen. Land there the sq arnie's mouth. He met gathered burke when he was independent entering. She was busy no another inmate. He got released from that whole commission trial and murder thing and neighbors promoted to capco and he'll eventually go down another mafia related murder and he is presently penitentiary for that burke families. There's something else i suppose. If you're raised by jimmy. Jim burke you may be prone to the criminal life by the nineteen seventies lucchese family member named paul vario was a paul sorvino character in goodfellas moving had taken notice of jimmy burke and his crew. By this time he had henry hill. Was ray liotta. Tommy di simone was joe patchy character and a guy named angelo sepe. They used a bar..
"burke" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"Let's take a look to see where jimmy burke came from. He was born in the bronx new york so he never strayed too far from his birthplace. Like a guy like by the state up in plattsburg missouri. Why it ever got out of clinton county. He was the illegitimate son to woman named jane. Conway who was a prostitute was actually an immigrant from dublin ireland so he was a real irishman. He was the son of an immigrant directly from ireland. The name of his father was never known. The mother may not even know who the father was at the age of to the social services in new york city took little jimmy conway and put him in the first of many homes and also being some orphan homes or whatever they not enough they're calling orphan homes anymore they call them group living situations more than likely but a large part of his early years was spent in an orphan. Home ran but roman catholic. Church ran by nuns. They'd say that after she gave him up at age two. He never saw her again. Now as with many of these throwaway kids he was in a lot of different places the institutions but a lot of different foster homes. These people take in kids and some of them are good so mark good. They're just doing it for the money and and take a man for Sexual reasons so he would suffer physical and sexual abuse. In some of these different places he had a pivotal event that really shaped life at age. Thirteen again at argue martha foster father while drive a car that the man turned around a smack burke in the back seat. And we've all been there you know. Don't make me reach back there and whack you anyhow when this guy did this. He crashed the car and he died the disease man's widow plane burke and gave him regular beatings until he was actually taken back into social services in place with another family. The next one sometime. After that i don't know if was one directly after that but as sometime after that a family named burke which is worried in with this name berg took him in as a foster child and they had a he would say later. That claim comfortable and safe environment and he loved those people. he lived. daddy's teenage years on rockaway beach close to ocean promenade. You guys it live in new york city and know that you'll know exactly where that is and they never really stray too far from there either. Gone across the bay. Just a little bit said burke would never forget their kindness and for the rest of his life he would visit these foster parents on special occasions and when he started making some money start leaving large amounts of cash unmarked envelopes forum periodically. The burk family had adopted him so he took the family name and koeppen some say that he buried part of the nineteen seventy eight lufthansa heist some of the lute that was never found at the burke house on their property.
"burke" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"It's this liberal. Vox recording is in the public domain philosophical inquiry into the origin of our ideas of the sublime and the beautiful by edmund burke part three section three proportion not the cause of beauty in that proportion has a small share in the formation of beauty as full as evident among animals here. The greatest variety of shapes and dispositions of parks are well fitted to excite this idea. The swan confessing really beautiful. Burr has a net longer than the rest of his body. And but a very short hale. Is this a beautiful portion. You must allow that. It is but then what shall we say to the peacock who has comparatively but a short neck with a tale longer than the neck and the rest of the body taken together. How many birds are there. That vary infinitely from each of these standards and from every other which you can fix with proportions. Different in often directly opposite to each other and yet many of these birds are extremely beautiful when upon considering them we find nothing in any one part that might determine us off priori to say what the others ought to be nor indeed guess anything about them but what experience might show to be full of disappointment than mistake and with regard to the callers either birds or flowers for their something similar in the coloring of both whether they are considered in their extension or predation. There is nothing proportion to be observe. Some are but one single color others have all the colors of the rainbow. Some are of the primary colors. Others are of the mixed in shore in attentive observer may soon conclude. There's as little proportion in the coloring as in the shapes of these objects turn next to beasts examined the head of a beautiful horse find proportion that bears to his body and to his.
"burke" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"Liberal. Vox dot org reflections. On the revolution in france and on the proceedings in certain societies in london relative to that event in a letter intended to have been sent to a gentleman in paris. Seventeen ninety by edmund burke an introduction by the author it may not be unnecessary to inform the reader that the following reflections had their origin in a correspondence between the author. And a very young gentleman paris. who did him. The honour of desiring his opinion upon the important transactions which then and ever since have so much occupied the attention of all men. An answer was written sometime in the month of october. Seventeen eighty nine but it was kept back upon prudential considerations. That letter is alluded. To in the beginning of the following sheets it has been since forwarded to the person to whom it was addressed the reasons for the delay in sending it were assigned in short letter to the same gentleman this produced on his part a new and pressing application for the author's sentiments. The author began a second in more full discussion on the subject. This he had some thoughts publishing early in the last spring but the matter gaining upon him he found that what he had undertaken not only far exceeded the measure of a letter but that its importance required rather a more detailed consideration than at that time he had any leisure to bestow upon it however having thrown down his first thoughts in the form of a letter and indeed when he sat down to write having intended for a private letter he found it difficult. Change the form of address when his sentiments had grown into a greater extent and had received another direction a different plan he is sensible might be more favorable to commodious division and distribution of.
"burke" Discussed on Raising Christian Kids
"Jesus so let's dig deep and raise strong christian kids. Hello and welcome back to racing christian kids. I'm so happy to have sally burke on the show today now. Sally burke became the director of field ministry at mom's in prayer international headquarters overseeing ministry expansion worldwide but today in her role as president her vision remains unchanged that more children schools imams.
"burke" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"Introductory note the characteristic passion of berks life was his love of order in spite of the varying relations held by him toward the different parties in england during his political career. One may easily find the key to his consistency. In this central principle. When the king's party sought to increase the royal prerogative. He resisted when the old week sought to make the government of the country. A means to the enrichment of their class. He resisted and when the sympathizers with the revolution sought as burke thought to abolish government he resisted liberty. He claimed that he loved but a liberty connected with order and in each of the political movements just mentioned he discerned attack on either liberty order he had a profound veneration for the accumulated wisdom of centuries of experience and held that the bounds of liberty should be enlarged with great caution and very gradually that a political system had lasted a long time was to him an argument that it must to a large extent fit for its purpose and that therefore it should not be. Rashly changed with such views. Burke was found to oppose the french revolution the sweeping away of the traditions of ages. The erection of new forms of government built on the theories were apart to him and he threw himself with vehemence into opposition much that was hopeful in the revolution. He failed to see and he could not in his passion discriminate carefully among men and motives but his treatment of the situation in these reflections written before the terror had begun to alienate. sympathy shows. Great insight and prophetic wisdom. This book led the reaction in england and made its author a european.