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Here's what needs to happen for America to return to "normal"
"From you the corona virus pandemic changing just about everything from how we work hello shop how we eat how entertain ourselves but eventually things will get back to normal blood what will normal look like now arsonist college professor of psychology Kathy Chambliss tries to answer that questions tough one she was asked by K. Y. W.'s mass Leon I mean generally people do tend to return to baseline so a lot is expected to go back to normal but judging from Asia is a response to the previous sars outbreak I think we can expect some changes for instance you know Taiwan has been routinely conducting temperature scans at airports and wearing masks is is really common there and I think those practices could easily be adopted here coming to work sick is gonna look really bad I've been cooking for hours it's not going to be a sign that you're committed in tough skipping flu shots is also not to be cool at work I'm a hugger generally but that that will change and I think handshake may come back but I think only after we have a vaccine until then I think we're gonna wave maybe in a week some of our fears are likely to persist because phobic in the deep potential is really hard wired by our DNA because it's kind of adaptive R. Breen's easily learn about new dangers and avoid those dangers now virtually all other people even beloved grandchildren are seen as dangerous on being close to others suddenly feels that fortunately that that's going to be there for a while I think too many of us this pandemic period has proven that we can work from home it's also proven we don't want to work from home I I really missed contact with my students for example although the response is different maybe for introverts and extroverts many have shockingly confronted the need for routine and structure it's really off the more satisfying to box parts of your day when you go to a destination checking with others complete tasks well rounded returned home that routine provides closure and attempted accomplishment offensive job well done and without that it's really easy for people to flounder some people can create such boxes for themselves in other ways but it takes conscious effort when you work from home the risk is that the work skills across all seven days increased leader in later into the night even when you're not working tasks are always hanging there which weighs heavily on a lot of people's minds but for those who can't figure out how to work off its appeal is immense and I think there's no going back yeah we've seen that it can function there's no more excuses to not allow it in I think you know open for many people mixes best maybe a couple of days in the office pre working from home he certain that employees are going to press for greater flexibility another thing I've thought about is it cold in nineteen you know his place health front and centre it's absolutely re ordered our priority and actually have a lot of beneficial effects committing more resources to health care preparedness and protection of the health care workers we all depend upon is obviously title hopefully watching smokers die from cold at nineteen at higher rates you change people's choices while we are all correctly horrified because it nineteen might kill as many as two hundred thousand in the U. S. the fact is smoking kills more than twice that every year and so maybe we'll put an end to that another thing is I think some people have found that with TV you can really get too much of a good thing and and in a way being in a situation where we finally exhausted what we thought was our bottomless appetite for TV has been a good thing because it's open up time for hobbies that we put on hold music and gardening painting and ironically trying to get to know our neighbors now that we can get closer to them than six feet change your access to friends and family and coworkers the stance of we the strangers we encounter on long walks pourtant more valuable we smile we ask how they're doing and ask if they need anything which to me credit to the most important shift that just might come out of all of this and that is greater unity and in a way I feel like we needed this virus the corona viruses the invading alien science fiction that unify humanity it's a purchase get he went here and we compete in this shift the balance here
"chambliss" Discussed on WTVN
"About Melissa Chambliss you wanna do it here you want to hear just do it here Rick Taylor I'm sorry Taylor do you know who retailers are you throws confetti in US guy who confused alive I thought he was long gone in a few hours I known as the king of confetti he made a thousands of outlandish appearances on television and in night clubs and many many game shows as well rip Taylor the exuberant comedian who zany schtick an over the top delivery made him a TV a night club mainstay for more than six decades has died his Pringles mustache I must and you may not believe money I died today in Beverly hills he was eighty four according to his publicist this is an easy job being a publicist for I mean not anymore but like has it been I think it's public I think it's publicist slash guy US to vacuum up all the confetti okay the guy with the broom every US poster directed more than two thousand small screen credits during his career according to rip Taylor dot com why would they lie with dozens of may have full appearances on The Tonight Show in the Mike Douglas show alone gave I remember him from the tonight show I remember from game shows selling hollers when super password there's and there's an infamous super password click with him you could you too but slim if I tell you what I want what is the confetti industry going to do now you Chuck Barris took a liking to Taylor when he sat in as a panelist on the gong show and when.
"chambliss" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Plan member Robert Chambliss was charged initially cleared on murder charges the case was reopened and Chambliss was convicted in nineteen seventy seven and sentenced to life in prison but Michigan CBS news gusty winds from tropical storm Alberto still affecting portions of the northwestern Bahamas which is struggling to recover from hurricane Dorian. you and secretary general Antonio Guterres visited the area in an effort to support humanitarian efforts I just came back from a buckle I'm I was I was horrified. I've never seen such a level of systematic devastation the US national hurricane center expects Alberto to strengthen to a hurricane later today or tonight moving well off shore to the east coast of Florida over the next day before moving away from the US you've heard about it for months that storming of area fifty one it's supposed to happen this week your CDS is Matt Piper it started as a joke but the storming of area fifty one is this Friday a college student created a Facebook group earlier this year called storm area fifty one they can't stop all of us but now more than two million people have responded that they're interested or are going to the military test site in southern Nevada it's believed at least by some that the area has alien spacecraft but there were concerns for people safety and instead of music festival is also being created in nearby Rachel Nevada home to less than one hundred people there's also an event for Thursday in Vegas hosted by bud light selling alien deemed beer mac Piper CBS news spell B. W. J. news time seven thirty six Michigan continues to work locally and nationally the promoters outdoor recreation industry more with W. WJZ Clark outdoor recreation in Michigan contributes directly to employing two hundred thirty two thousand people statewide pulling in over twenty six billion dollars in consumer spending every year.
"chambliss" Discussed on The Young Turks
"None of this will stick, and it's odd because if it was happening other way, they'd be screaming murder ironically about it. So I want to have a discussion about the likelihood of the supreme court taking up this case, but before I do, so I just want to toss to this video that shows a state Senator state Senator Chambliss, who is very clear in the intentions here, and everyone should be aware of this take a look. This Bill is designed to do is to go to the supreme court and challenge that particular precedence that said in nineteen Seventy-three that abortion is legal onto my end, essentially anytime anywhere for any reason. So they're not even hiding the fact that they're hoping that this gets to the supreme court and I wanted to share that with you, also you. No that it's not just speculating it's, it's what they're very clearly. And transparently saying, I think that it is likely to get to the supreme court. I mean, there's always this talk about Brett cavenaugh mostly because of the fact that he was the last supreme court Justice to get confirmed. He was so controversial. And you know, we, we know what his views on abortion are, but Neal Gorsuch, is also very, very, very conservative. So I think that it's an incredibly risky situation for people who want reproductive rights and reproductive freedom in the country. I don't I don't think it's ever good idea to underestimate how incredibly powerful per and persistent conservatives are in this country, they will not give up their relentless. And I think this is just another example of that. And what's so frustrating is there's a part in this where they had the opportunity to put an exceptions for rape, incest, and many of them the majority chose not to, and it was all a group of why. White men, and what's so interesting about that is I was reading kind of a reminder about some mistakes that happen. Lawmakers across the country, a lot of these men can't even pass college or high school health exam. Right. Because they don't even actually know how women's bodies operate..
After shouting match breaks out, Alabama Senate reverses course and tables controversial abortion vote
"An abortion debate. Among Alabama lawmakers turned into shouting and finger pointing things turned ugly in the Alabama state Senate over a proposed abortion banned with little notice some Republicans withdrew exceptions for rape incest from the proposed Bill fair to Chambliss you recognize. Make a motion democratic state Senator Bobby singleton twenty seven million on on Saturday detail women what they can do with their bodies. Supporters hope such a law would be legally challenged eventually prompting the supreme court to reconsider
"chambliss" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast
"We were really concerned that is. Other members of the committee MU is and they would be in different types of questions. But at the same time, it was such a significant issue, then if the country involved ever found out that means you what we knew what we know that it would be a major national security issue. I'm David Chris. And I'm Nate Jones, and this is the culprit partners of law special series on the law fair podcast in this podcast series. We explore the rule of law, particularly as it relates to US, national security and criminal law enforcement today. We're joined by former Senator Saxby Chambliss senators Chambliss represented the state of Georgia in US Senate for two terms prior to that he served four terms in the US house of representatives a total of twenty years in congress during his tenure in the Senate who's a member of the Senate Armed Services committee. He was also on the Senate select committee on intelligence where he served as vice chairman from two thousand eleven to two thousand fourteen his previous role as chairman of the house intelligence subcommittee on terrorism. Homeland security made him one of the leading congressional experts on issues he is currently a partner at dealing piper. And the chairman of the NFC visor the conversation covers a lot of ground from the history of the congressional intelligence community to the significance of election in your in the proper penalties for lying to congress Chambliss describes what is like to serve on the Senate intelligence committee, even mentions a particular situation, apparently still classified undisclosed that is so significant that if the country involved ever finds out what we know the result will apparently cost American lives. Senator Chambas seems most of all to lament the loss of professional and personal relationships across political lines, and he wants to stand up strongly for the hard working women men of the US intelligence community in show. Oh of true bipartisanship. He also tells us the Ted Kennedy was the best legislator. He ever knew. Still offer podcast episode four hundred into Senator Saxby Chambliss on the rule of law. So Senator Chambliss thank you very much for being here..
"chambliss" Discussed on StarTalk Radio
"Back to pine but science this is extreme playing show. And joining us now is robotics world champion. Kobe chambliss. Let me just give you an idea of how talented this man is one of the most outstanding pilots ever to fly in the red bull Eres a man who boasts to well titles and at least ten race victories. And a man who has helped with innovations. Make the red bull air race one of the most spectacular at sporting events. You have ever what? So Kobe Chambas. Welcome to the show. So how are you? I'm doing great. How are you? Thank you for having me. Oh, you are welcome to privileged someone like you on the show. How did you get into aerobatics because you kind of started life as a commercial airline pilot? If I'm not mistaken. Yeah. I mean, so, you know, I tell everyone, you know, twenty one years old, I was finding business shit and Marci pilot was really keen to motor ends or cheap. Gerry Anderson was a really smart guy. And he said, hey, it's the jet Rennes up upside down with the CEO or board we want you to be able to turn it right side up without killing everyone. And I thought, you know, twenty one makes sense to me. So we went out and everybody care playing. We turn the airplane upside down, and I was like the coolest thing ever. And then it kind of made wine where it was three dimensional, and quite frankly, I was, you know, starting to get bored, but the normal straight and level flying anyway. And so everything that I did from that moment forward, you know, was about airbags and then that led into the red bull air race. How interesting you've quantified what you do is three dimensional because that takes a very different soul process that takes a whole different kind of mental construct for you to be able to fly like that. Yeah. I mean, it's you know, I love these airplanes. I was the the five forty the one of the basically it's with very few. Well, there's only one exception. You know, it's the it's the race planets. The edge five forty in the new switch forty version three. And I was a test pilot on that airplane from the time. It started in nineteen ninety three until two thousand five in. It's become a unbelievable airplane not only for everybody. But also very well suited for the red bull air race. But I tell people, you know, I do display flying it also. And you know, I say, I mean, you know, of course, they are playing makes me look good. But basically your badge inflation is a limitation. You know, the airplane is capable of just about anything from, you know, flipping end over end seven or eight times to you know, it's working Jesus, plus twelve. Twelve jeez. That's just working G, and it's capable it. Even more than that. How do you read your instruments flying over two hundred miles now upside down, and you are experiencing for five G times, even more probably? And how do you struck to yourself because you've got a strategy you'd go to sick coast to approach yet. You doing all of these other things that would confuse bewildered just about any other person on the planet. Yeah. I mean, you know, the thing is it's like anything else. Would you know, you, you know, we're pretty good at adapting. And it's whatever you get used to you know, so it but also the airplane. You know for me is like an extension of orange. You know, it's like running down through the gates with arms extended. I mean, it's not a big deal to do it. You know? But it's like anything else, you know, once you know, how to do it you're able to do that. And if you're looking inside the airplane, they've got a problem. So I mean, I looked when we're on a normal track. We have a hundred and thirty mile an hour. Start speed. I've got a digital display showing me the speed. And that's the only time that I'm looking inside the airplane. And then once I go through the Stargate, you know, I can open it up. And at that point. When thing I'm looking at is the gates. I mean, I'm never look inside the airplane. How interesting so everything is an external source of information for you to fly the way you do. Well, what I find interesting is..
"chambliss" Discussed on StarTalk Playing with Science
"Back to science. This is extreme playing show. And joining us now is era. Batting world champion Kobe Chambliss. Let me just give you an idea of how talented this man is one of the most outstanding pilots ever to fly in the red bull Eres a man who boasts to well titles and at least ten race victories. And a man who has helped with innovations. Mike, the red bull air is one of the most spectacular sporting events you ever what? So Kirby Chambliss, welcome to the show. So how are you? I'm doing great. How are you? Thank you for having me. Oh, you welcome to privileged someone like you on the show. How did you get into aerobatics because you kind of started life as a commercial airline pilot? If I'm not mistaken. Yeah. I mean, so, you know, I tell her one, you know, twenty one years old. I was finding business it and Marci pilot. It was the motor ends are cheap. Gerry Anderson was a really smart guy. And he said, hey, if the Jeddah upside down with the board, we want you to be able to turn it right side up without killing everyone. And I thought, you know, twenty one makes sense to me. So we went out there about a care playing. We turn the played upside down, and I was like the coolest thing ever. And then it kinda made wine where it was three dimensional, and quite frankly, I was, you know, starting to get bored, but the normal straight and level flying anyway. And so everything that I did from that moment forward you was about airbags and then that led into the rebel areas. Interesting. You've quantified what you do is three dimensional because that takes very different soul process that takes a whole different kind of mental construct for you to be able to fly like that. Yeah. I mean, it's you know, I love these airplanes. I was the the forty the one the basically it's was very few. There's only one exception. You know, it's it's the race. Planet's edge five forty in the new switch forty version three and I was test pilot on that airplane from the time. It started in nineteen ninety three until two thousand five in. It's become a unbelievable airplane not only for everybody. But also very well suited for the red bull air race. But I tell people, you know, I do display flying it also. And you know, I say, I mean, you know, of course, they are playing makes me look good. But basically your magic nation limitation. You know, the airplane is capable of just about anything from, you know, flipping end over end seven or eight times to you know, it's working G is plus twelve. Minus twelve jeez, that's working Jay. And it's capable it. Even more than that. How do you read your instruments flying over two hundred miles an hour upside down, and you are experiencing four five G times even more probably and how do you structure your because you've got a strategy? You've go to sick coast to approach yet. You doing all of these other things that would confuse bewildered just about any other person on the planet. Yeah. I mean, you know, the thing is it's like anything else. Would you know, you, you know, we're pretty good at adapting. And it's whatever you get used to you know, so it but also the airplane. You know for me is like an extension of orange, you know, like running down through the gates with Mars extended. I mean, it's not a big deal to do it. You know? But it's like anything else, you know, once you know, how to do it you're able to do that. And if you're looking inside the airplane, you've got a problem. So I mean, I looked when we're on a normal track. We have a hundred thirty mile an start speed. I've got a digital display showing me the speed. And that's the only time that I'm looking inside the airplane. And then once I go through the Stargate, you know, I can open it up and at that point thing, I'm looking at the gates. I mean, I never look inside the airplane. How interesting so everything is an external source of information for you to fly the way you do. What what I find interesting is you. You see yourself as an integral part of the craft. Like, you say the wings extension of your arms. You know, you talk to rice drivers for me to one drive as tribes. They will tell you. If the mix on the car isn't Ryan on the time pressure reason in the right place. Do you have the same intuitive feeling about your aircraft when you fly?.
"chambliss" Discussed on StarTalk Playing with Science
"I'm Gary a rining and this is playing with Sayas today. We take to the skies, but not too serenely sounds who the clouds on. No, this is going to be straight up vertical upside down and flying by the seat of your pen stuff. Because today we have the need the need for speak. That's right goose, okay. Yes, we do because we are going red bull air racing and helping us to navigate through. The course is the man that knows everything about red bull air racing. Technical director, Jim JIMBO read will be joining us and later in the show. We'll also hear from one of the most outstanding pilots ever. To fly in the rebel areas to time. Whoa. Champion Kirby Chambliss, but I of course, showing voting speed and pulling some serious, gee, wouldn't be the same without very good friend from Forbes magazine adventure journalist, Jim yes, who I'm pleased is with us in the studio once again today. Hi, Jim back. Thank you, Gary. Thank you, Chuck. It's always great to be here. It's always great to be here. That's right, man. That's the nicest thing gym class. The man whose name was made for adventure. So you're not unfamiliar with the red bull air racing. On fact, not that they go supersonic, but speed itself in an aircraft. How many times of you gone supersonic? Remind us again, please. I've flown supersonic four separate times in four separate planes. What are the plane's please list? The first was the mid twenty five FOX bad and actually went mach two point six which is two and a half times speed of sound, and that is a Russian fighter jet. Right. Continue. Yes. That's right is. Yeah. I flew in an English electric lightning. Remember those? Yes, okay. I'm not familiar with the English electric, a delta wing aircraft. But he's got a strange contraption at the front with a cone. But is that the one with the and has got the bit rod that comes out of it. That's that's like a that's a numeral. That's Valence across you. Don't have to be mean to it. Don't call it member. Okay. Let's cold. But go ahead English lectured lightning in South Africa. I also flew in the concord believe it or not the last place the real one ratio airway British. Yup. It was it was a British one. And there what was the flight from from New York to London in the concord. How long does that take actually what we did? Because it was one of the last flights. It was a press flight we flew to Bermuda in back. And I think it was a little under an hour and ten minutes or something like that. We didn't we didn't land in Bermuda. But we went around and just went around. Yeah. So you went to Bermuda and back in an hour and ten minutes just long enough to chimney champagne, love it. It was something like that. It was it was insane. The things fast mach to mock to how commercial airline at doing for those of you. Don't know the concord story there is the French version and the British version joint venture between them one of rare moments of on concordia. Also, there was the Russian to police or the British dubbed it Concordes. Sqi, and there was a lot of industrial espionage over considered because when the Russians unveiled their aircraft. It was like that's all. Just as a Russian name attached to these winglets at the front, right, which very very intelligent. And then change the windros over the main women cell, okay? Which was allowed for fuel economy made less noise. And they were saying that if they were ever to develop concord to they have had those winglets in and stolen back the stuff. I love it improvisation by the Russians. Oh, yeah. And a little bit of JAMES BOND, espionage, always always a good story when espionage love it in the fourth aircraft was the F fifteen of Quincy wars was the is the great American the American fighter jet used to be the flagship that the American fleet. Yeah. Yeah. It but all off over more. We're heart-stopping experiences. Have to say most pilots have never even flown supersonic. So I was lucky. Yeah. There's not that many supersonic aircraft to begin. That's right. So you pulling in terms of g. When you I mean, straight up vertical or horizontal those sort of speeds, the, you know, the G depends upon the turn and the speed and the most jeez,.
"chambliss" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Capuccio? Jio? Paci? Jio? Jio? Jio? Jio? On WGN. So in my continuing never-ending ceaseless effort can all mean the same thing to supply for this show today. I watched game three of the nineteen seventy eight American League championship series. Sal, do you? Remember, the nineteen seventy eight a LCS. No, I don't was it the royals and Yankees. Yes. Okay. So I believe I do remember listening a little bit on the radio. Yes. Royals and Yankees. It's a rematch. In seventy idiots three years in a row because they have the Chambliss home run seventy eight game three best to five Yankee Stadium. It's on YouTube and George Brett hits three home runs in this game for Kansas City as a leadoff, man. Hit nine that year at three in this game. The Yankees win those great game back and forth there when six five Reggie Jackson is up in the second inning. And it's Frank Messer and Phil Rizzuto on the Yankee broadcast and measure, the longtime voice of the Yankees there with Bill white in Brazil, Frank Messer in those days. He says they're calling him the king of October. And resute. Oh says. Yup. It seems like a pretty good name for them. And then he hits a home run. And measure goes very is the king of October. So apparently in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight this is the year after Reggie hits the three home runs in three at bats. Or three swings against the dodgers eight he is still not Mr. October. Right. Right. Right. I thought you would like that. Mister october. He must have been called that may you're on eighty or so and that was by George himself. Right. I don't know. I have looked up with that name. I wanted to bring it up before. I looked it up. I wanted to bring this story up before I looked up like where did the Mr. come in? Right. Well, Winfield is eighty one. And he's Mr. may, he's Mr. me no chance that that's where Mr. October started because of Winfield right? Don't think. So. Because of Mr. Otto, right? Yes. That's what I thought too. There's no way the opposites too. So I don't know. I wanna know I'll tell you this as you were talking. I did look it up that series. You know, what's striking to me is of the four games. Played of that seventy eight. Not one of them lasted three hours all of them were. In fact, that game you watched two hours and thirteen minutes, of course, thirteen that's all I can do it before work. Yeah. So a great game to watch their all they're on YouTube. It's amazing all these games. I would I for my most of my life I dreamed about being able to watch them sale at I'm gonna just say our aging lump us all together here if the Yankees were in a game game for the Red Sox are first pitch eight thirty nine. Are you enough of a superfan that you would be sure? All right. I'm I'm saddling up. I'm saying I'm watching the game. I'm going to be there. And I'm going to see it to its conclusion. No, well, it would totally depend on how the game was going. If I stayed at the conclusion, okay? I would definitely be invested in the first several innings unless it completely went off the rails. Right. Because if that's the case one of the games they played in the playoffs that that one maybe sixteen to one or whatever wind up being like, for example that night like I'm watching. And then like, yeah, let's turn on Ozark and watch the last few weeks. That's pretty much right? Yeah. And and the same with me. Like, I bailed out of that. But the the the first game one of that series with the Yankees and Red Sox this year was on Friday nights. So that was no problem for me to get up the next morning. So I made it but the closeout game was a week night. And that was long, and but it was such a high wire act like sale was gonna come in to pitch the eighth once that became known. I was like I'm staying up like I can't I can't turn this off. And so I I made it through in ninth inning with kimbrough was a was a mess. But I I was I was there for it. Whereas like yesterday, you know, who cares? It's eight to two like, I'm good. I'm walking away the lateness of the game, though is tough. Sometimes I wanna stay up. And if it's close I will even the sabres game tonight. I think I went to bed after two periods. I wanna watch the end and in these these baseball games. I would love to the keys were in it. If it was close, I would watch it till the end. Yeah. Okay. All right. Sal, what went down today press conference? Yeah. I mean, Sean McDermott came right out. And he in his opening statement. He told us that Durkee Anderson was going to be the starting quarterback said he brings experienced leadership said he's worked really hard the last week or so to get himself up to speed one point that I've made a couple of times on the air with you guys in with Howard is this morning that you know, physically to is a part of this conditioning is he up to speed that way. It's not just the playbook. I asked John he said that is a part of the evaluation, and you know, they feel good right now where he is. But they're gonna keep working in that regard. So there's a lot that went into this. Of course, Nathan Peterman plays a part of the evaluation, but we're gonna get Derek Anderson on Sunday. How how how comfortable are you believing that the bills were interested in Anderson sooner than when he ended up getting here, which was just last week. We've referenced it then we found audio of it from Anderson last week being on one bills live being asked if the bills had talked him in the spring, and he was the non-committal sort of answer was no, they definitely didn't call me. I it sounded like I think he said, maybe. When we asked McDermott about it on Monday. He also didn't flat out say, yeah, we were in contact with them where we wanted to sign him in the spring, but he sort of left it was ambiguous. So he he left it open that maybe they had been interested sooner than than, you know, bulldog when I was in high school like maybe a lotta guys listening out there. I had this girl that was a friend of mine, and I said, you know, in like twenty years of neither of us Mary you get married. So, you know, maybe it was like that. I mean, I don't know, you know. They're talking to each other. Phone call in the spring, and they're like, what are you doing hanging out things don't go? So well, you know, maybe we're looking for somebody do your thing. We'll do our thing. You know what? I mean. If you find a gig. That's cool. If you don't, you know, just just just say ready. Just in case anybody we could be right for each other love it. So that the girl get married, so we know you're married. She's married. But you're you're you found out. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I found. Okay. Make sure I found that one out. Closure. Okay. So what in your mind are the chances that Derek Anderson goes in already and looks good? Well, I think good is pretty subjective here, right? Yes. What is relatives? Yes. He is. He going to make the offense look better than what it has. I think that's not a high bar to clear, quite frankly. And I think he has pretty much a almost guaranteed ability to do that right now. I would I trust a fourteen year veteran. I went back and watched some games today from him. And I went back and watch his last week starts actually against the box. He had the one pass against Seattle. You guys talked about. But. He's just he throws the ball where it's supposed to be a lot. And you know, gives us guys a chance to to get it. And he gets rid of it. And he has a veteran presence out there that he understands going on it seems like he's going to do that. I do think it will be an upgrade in the passing game. And I think good if you want to hundred and thirty two two hundred and fifty yards. I think that that is out of the question you could get that from him. And that would be good. If you're looking at just don't be a total disaster and turn the ball over. I think that that could be good then that's fine too. So I don't think it's out of the question that this offense looks a lot better from a passing standpoint with Derek Anderson. Do you think he would have gotten in it doesn't matter? Now, he's going in and Allen's hurt. So I don't even know why I need to ask this. But like Mike thought he was going to win. No matter what at some point. And the way the way you're you're describing his potential to impact the offense. It almost sounds like you'd be nuts. Not to try him. If everything else said stayed the same. Galen doesn't get hurt. If you can go from eighty or one hundred and twenty on average yards a game to that. Like, you probably should do that. Right. You mean if Josh L healthy? Yeah. Well, I think the difference is this bulldog. I think that you wait against can we still win the game the other way while developing the quarterback, and and if you feel that you can still win games like that. Then that's we did. I think the difference would be last year. They made that move because they felt they just couldn't win games with what we're getting from offense. Maybe the defense wasn't quite as good as it is. Now, they weren't giving themselves an opportunity they won that game against Tennessee in a fashion in which in an almost one this one against Houston. And if Josh Allen stays healthy. I think they go into this game thinking see we can win games like that. And we don't yes. With a recognition of Dirk Petersen. Probably makes our our pass offense better. But we could still win without doing that. And then we're also killing two birds with one stone because we're developing Josh Allen and giving him more and more reps. Every right. Well, this obviously interrupts the development of John. Josh allen. Just how significant. That interruption is remains to be seen. He's week to week saying no surgeries necessary. Both opinions that they've received on it lineup. So that's good. But I heard McDermott phrase it this way today he has a chance Allen has a chance to play again this year. And I don't know that that sounded a little scary to me. Well, I heard you talk about that. I went back and read the transcript he was actually asked the question just to be clear, there's a chance Joschka play again at some point this season said, correct. He might actually mentioned before that. And then the next question was is it only a chance or are you fairly confident it'll happen. And that's when he said, I'm not going to get into a crystal ball scenario. It's a medical situation right now. We'll just take it one day at a time. Look, I just think based on what I know about these types of injuries. I've asked some people that.
"chambliss" Discussed on No Agenda
"Outstanding. And the information on strucks foreign upbring was completely something I've not seen anywhere else did show up finally around. It's around now for sure. Finely when Laura Luma has it, you know, without keep up the good work nj and Carwyn. Chambliss, hey, where was q. on all that q predict struck being an Iranian spy? Were there any breadcrumbs. Caused trouble. Nicole Cup, Cup, coupon Cup in Kuban company. Kuban CK UP o. n you can figure out to pronounce his Lafayette, Indiana two hundred dollars. She's in Lafayette, Indiana. Hi guys. My husband might Cup in needs a deep d- do Shing for his birthday. Spend deed. Who go on it. As longtime listener while he waits for his mother ship to pick him up. Thanks Nicole. Thank you Nicole. That was due to that one as well. It's so kind of her to do that. You've got karma is nice when spouses donate in each other's name, the something real loving about that. Very cute. Bless you. And that wraps up our first nation segment for our executive producers and associate executive producers of episode, ten, fifty, two. Thank you very, very, very much. Really appreciate it. We eat another day and we continue to do deconstruction so much that has to be done these days. It's it. It's all consuming. I would say. Yeah, just look at the show notes. That's a part of the package deal any show notes com. Take a look at all the articles. Look at the search engine for look at all the things you can do. Research papers. School papers is it's a tremendous resource. That's also what is a part of the no agenda package and know that are executive producer, associate decker producers are helping you as well. Thank you for that. And those are real credits. You can use them. Anywhere credits are accepted. We'll be thanking more people in our second donation segment, and we have another show coming up on Sunday. Remember that dot org.
"chambliss" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet
"When we did our cases test wrong was the case against chambliss i thought it was relatively strong it was still a lot of circumstantial evidence is a very similar to the case i think that we had to get cherry in that there was really no physical evidence that put him there but statements that he made both before and after you had a niece that testified against him you had a lady who had been visiting from detroit who was coming in late one night at two o'clock in the morning before the bombing that morning on sunday saw an automobile part right near the church and identified chambliss as being in there so it was fairly circumstantial i think the real killer for him was the whole defense have been built around him taking the witness stand but actually had done such a wonderful job cross examining folks then when he got up there when the defense lawyer stood up and announced their next witness would be robert chambliss he said i ain't going up there and baxley you know as as a prosecutor you can't comment no actually tells a story you can't comment on dependence for fused will take the stand baxley sitting next to the jury san what did he say what he say and chambliss just got louder saying to go on i ain't to go back so never commented wow yeah so chambas had not acted alone now there were other people yes and it took another two decades as you've mentioned for someone else to be brought to justice how did that happen well it was a combination of events that occurred before i became us attorney the justice department and the black community in birmingham kinda got it odds in the late eighties and early nineties over some public corruption investigations there were a lot of lingering resentments new fbi agent in charge birmingham came in wanted to right that wrong kind of mend those fences very religious guy started visiting the black churches he was from tuscaloosa rob langford originally and started visiting some the churches and slowly developed a relationship and finally convinced.
Zuckerberg to face pressure on taxes in meeting with Macron
"End of the pay scale absolutely shareholders taking breaks into very significant interest a lot of votes in a lot of time being spent sorting out that challenge thank you very much james bevan chief investment officer cla investment management well another day another apology from mark zuckerberg this time he was addressing members of the european parliament he went to brussels to face any peace he was very keen to tell them of the benefits that had that facebook had brought to your pin citizens but also to get his apologies in early we seem to refugees arriving in europe are using facebook to stay in touch with their loved ones there are eighteen million small businesses here in europe that use facebook today mostly for free almost half of whom say that they've hired more people as a result of their use of our tools but it's also become clear over the last couple of years that we haven't done enough to prevent these tools from being used for harm as well and that goes for fake news foreign interference in elections and developers misusing people's information we didn't take a broad view of our responsibility now is a mistake and i'm sorry for it that was mark zuckerberg apology chambliss helen magas professor at the oxford internet institute at the university of oxford helena was a very strange kind of appearance wasn't a strange and rather unsatisfactory format yes it was a disappointing former i think it was supposed to have been chosen by the president of the parliament although i think mark zuckerberg got kind of the blame for it all the questions were were grouped together in a very democratic way so that all the representatives of the largest groupings in the parliament got to answer a question even nigel farraj got to answer a question and they didn't drop any of the questions that had already been answered by the prepared statement at the beginning which was quite quite full so that was a shame because actually all the responses came in extra time right at the end and they were quite hurried and several questions didn't get didn't get.
"chambliss" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And stevenson decided to become a right to write and sylvia's tales in things change air was here here with a little people who did that part of his business in quite new conditions now the little people weren't just two things he saw his dreams they were a business opportunity see he was broke always and had to crank out the story so very much in the spirit the industrial revolution he decides to exploited his little people turn them into a storytelling factory which meant he writes the stories must now be trimmed and pad and set up on all fours the must run from a beginning to an end and fate with the laws of life pleasure in one word had become a business and that not only for the tremont muffled a little people love his theater they understood the change as well as he so then what happens well he needs stories he can sell so he trains this little people as what he writes in his essay he trains them with witting but he had this elaborate pre bedtime ritual he would die lie on the bed feet off raise one arm close his eyes raise his his arm gives a signal for the little people of his mind to tell him the story and man it better be a good one and behold at once little people begin to bestow themselves in this same quest and labour all night long what he did not realise was just how good they could be here's what exactly is a k you've seen this tired the dream of is the son of a very rich and we could merrem the owner of broad acres in the most damned of temper the son had been living abroad on purpose to avoid his father when he retired it was the find his father married again to young wife because of this marriage as the dreaver indistinctly understood it was desirable for the father and son to have a meeting yet both being proud and both angry neither would condescend on a visit but meat they did accordingly in a desolate sandy country by the sea to the show up these rider and they're they quarrelled how dare you selfish chambliss soggy stung by something polo who insults struck the fava j jim oh no suspicion was aroused the dead man was found and buried.
"chambliss" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"This you're not going to believe this news i'm about to share with you i know i didn't believe it i just got an email from the office of senate acting senate president harry at chambliss senator rosenberg will no longer receive the senate president's snipe as he is now rank and file members if you would ever wanted to bed me any amount of money this morning but i would not be repeating these words that senate president rosenberg has taken a pay cut that i this is after he spent all of last year plotting to give himself the obscene pay raise so that he could sat up his pewee herman lookalike boy toy with the big pension after he's gone and now the boy toy is in rehab for alcohol his his husband i should say and he has stepped down as president of the senate quote unquote temporarily low although hill never be back and now now he's no longer making the big money he he made he he made a a laughing stock of himself grabbing for all the gold that he could and now he couldn't take it with them that's wicket that's the lesson here folks it's true you can't take it with you i hope you enjoyed those grabs because they turned out to be pretty expensive for the family yes they are i mean this really expensive gropes am i going to have to now do a column by going to have the update today's column in the herald i think you are i think we need to learn exactly how expensive those grove's were five five seconds of of molesting bliss for hafner because you see he we've never expect that he was going to be making the big money next year but we figured he'd be making hid be making like what is it a hundred he'd make at three thousand dollars a week for the remainder of the year last month of the year so this is going to cost him like i dunno this could cost him like twelve thousand dollars 12000 times onethird this gonna cost of a few hundred bucks month for the rest of firm for hefner's entire life yeah this bid this is this is astounding okay so i got the whole story here now you may not know this about i harry a chandler she is.
"chambliss" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"One so one of the senators that was pivotal in getting that past was saxby chambliss unoas a johnny isakson was both of them in georgia and we were at one of their offices i forget which wanna was not spent so long but i i did my show live from there and we had eight hundred and some odd people there i mean that's how many people you i mean and we did our show live was really an amazing moment in the cops did a fantastic job in the ah illegals and pro illegal folks were not even allowed on our side of the street at all one one came over to and she was removed by the cops you now and they also did not allow us to have any um any signs that had a sticks or what he called the wooden posts whatever the you know what i mean like the two or three foot long wooden sticks it's one inch widely can tape a sign to nope none of couldn't have it take him off given to the cop or put them back in your car keep moi from here otherwise if they're out if their anywhere near the so the senior you're gone or you can be cuptain stuffed if you don't wanna comply that did not have in their baths they'd everything nothing happened but let me go on with the serb report officers were not stationed along the routes to the park when instead remain behind barricades in empty areas empties zones city police did not adequately coordinate with virginia state police they were unable to communicate via radio each other oh my gosh the police didn't share formal planning document the city a critical crucial failure he says officers were inadequately equipped to respond to the clashes and tactical gear was not accessible to offices will they go whether it's a big apps zero point zero is what they got for a great right 00 nothing absolutely nothing neither you will not bring in like him a x files right next to you'll get nothing in like an x and y very close to go as tried it again he will not bring in iowa go if your child has behavioral disorder or two issues these are the food you supposedly should stay away from that let me tell you this too by the.
"chambliss" Discussed on Super Station 101
"From obtaining the trials is that could you say that are well or not sure on on your chambliss his nifty i mean chambliss married my friends mother's sister and he hated chambliss if i could i can't even say on the radio all the things about chambliss i can't even say things on the radio about him so he was a despicable figure uh i i don't know through any higher up surfing i mean he was known around birmingham whose name was dynamite bob chambliss and and he was known to of dynamited other places around and when i was with the security situation in birmingham john uh the guy who was oh in working undercover cases private the guy who was over that security and it was the national company look he was he was in and i won't say his name but he was known to be the head of the klu klux klan in the garden delwar you're in north jefferson county area so i don't know what their network of operations were have hat was plan but if you went to the if you saw the testimony in the trial and that's what put chambliss son it was a testimony in the trial and i mean i can tell you the my black lady from ohio was sunglasses own testify she was on the front porch infamous tours the night before the bomb went off she she corridor up onto a parked car she testified she saw identified chambliss has got in the core one of the ones that got him to court so that was the to the money they put him in the area the night before other than that 'cause they have convicted him uh the sl all the testimony yeah roger good to hear from you man we're from me this afternoon job into uh well we could comments you got so many topics so much stuff going on there is last is i'm tired of seeing rate is over and over samford bt kennesaw state the force got into the near and then they ended up playing them in the play kennesaw state beat them it really is going to be able to get that saturday thanks roger i always gagged from me roger regular caller to aarp in the.
"chambliss" Discussed on Super Station 101
"The uh the remaining people where he probably conspired in the church bombing uh he's been twenty years i i i was a real young guy and i attended attended the mob chambliss his trial i was there one of the whole time a felon that my we were in the night law school which i never finished but we were there the whole time and uh a bill back prosecuted dan he's the emotional term five little girls over and over and he was show the pictures and see that's what uh doug jones just doing when he keeps going ahead he yes he you know and then he says i rest my case but what point does that make just because the girls were missing and killed as bad as it was how does that make his good or bad in less than send the sentencing phase but i'm pretty sure the fbi's was stoked up the remaining prosecution of that they had a under a woman did i had a microphone out in and they call uh whatever that guy's name is it was prosecuted s admitting to it and then of course of course doug jones said the prosecutors he was the da but that was that was the long going thing and uh whether or not you name it well i don't know why i shall came about a i don't know who decided they were going to close is all of the uh prosecution dionne that charity was guy's name i think that uh by the way he got a lotta great charity did so you know we had a caller made the uh you know said that they felt like the higher ups in the planning or the execution of the sixth district bombing were never prosecuted uh.
"chambliss" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump
"Or is it sooner ethic ethic is a we're world were like a nomophobic loves i'll have to have a thing now we're like uk the people to watch it like a crash on amount like you got like it has to be this thing in at feel like i mean is a clear no it who gives who love story it is kouba think the fear was to lean into the love you know like it became more of a survival with like do you think that do you think that they made it more survival in less romance we buy death was last is yes ask it we buzzer please calm chambliss not to think about scenario right now and it makes me said good sir wait now there's so much pressure it's not going to be with either of your is good but i was going to say hey like did they do that did they do that in like in a weird warped idea of like what feminist myth oh i thought it was going to be racerelated i your nsa because they cast at all different races year they lima i that i feel like it's not because an app because this is i think there were three different because i would love to see the original script in his in it i hit it be the guy like railways won't because under the bus guys but like we cap brings up on his what our podcast i hit out a disable outlook at somebody's movies anything about bills cop and cat women in things were people of color have been recast and leaves why rosen the scripts are drastically change am to me is like if this book is a romance book illegals louis interest albert doesn't give her a lowly look until that going down there mountain internet cave for the first time she does it what's she does at once when there.
"chambliss" Discussed on WTVN
"Do you have a now in my regular life must have my dear friends are actually chambliss and mediums i went to see a number of them who i would put my life on their information they've given me so much incredibly insightful psychic information from everyday life to galactic beings things that have been confined the hop in the next day though i'm 100 percent shore about information the mother for other people i'm about to tell you it does not mice uh but what masses is a new resonates with the full i have i think potentially some groundbreaking information that's come through and i like to begin if i could what i've been told to jimmy is a confirmation that they it was indeed the south squads secondly what i've had and many other people have huddle look more contact with the sauce courts then they might recognize and those who isn't a physical way dreams states olsen states of consciousness through meditation accept trump this of course do not live primarily in the side's dimension it is not where they make the dominant home win one is seen for example by human being it is either that the south courts has moved momentarily into third dimensional reality for the purposes of the understanding of it and also the understanding that there is life outside of what we call three dimensional reality well so that the human being or human beings in this case have entered into the higher frequency realities where the south squats mix it's home i'm a could also be of course a meeting in the middle such a speak so whenever there is a citing by any one that has always been a dominant shift in dimension by someone or some thing um the sauce courts are also off planetary beings on the part of the collective of off time sorry bangs as well and he just wanted to be understood that they are also involved in this way they have a particular message jim me to present to mankind and this is extraordinary stuff there very well aware of themselves as a collective they know they are known by human beings are big foot or sauce kwachas but to them they have a highly developed sense of themselves as singular as a unified collective union see you cannot have a collective southey an english cold sauce coaches as i mean here is the win formation i'm very excited to bring forth they call themselves the total of tongue.