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"christopher mays" Discussed on The Frame
"Welcome back to the frame. I'm John Horn Josh. Thomas is an Australian comedian and actor who lives in La. His new comedy series. Everything's GonNa be okay. Aired on free form formerly Disney family and available now on Hulu. The premise doesn't initially sound all that. Funny Thomas Plays a young man who has to look after his two half sisters when their father dies from cancer his character knows he's not exactly dad material but he's going to try his best. We reach Thomas like almost all the reason guests on the frame these days at his home. I in my house in L. A. I'm alone. It's me and my dog John. You guys have the same name. Which is wonderful. He's thrilled. He loves the FANS Amick. Pandemics of big wins Dogs I think he might vulcanized it to be honest. That's my dishwasher. This discussion going up. Can you pause your dishwasher? Sounds like it's so proud of itself you know it doesn't do it goes for so long. It's a bit over the top and to be honest. This week is like the first time I've had the noise annoyed. You made that noise. But I'm up here vending for myself and it. Turns OUT MAY DISHWASHER? It's got a lot more personality than I realised. Now my second best friend. I got my dog. I GONNA dishwasher. That's my life now. I WanNa talk a little bit about how you're dealing with all this in a sec. But I WANNA ask you first about your new show. Everything's GonNa be okay. I WANNA play a scene from the series. This is where your character. Nicholas has just been told by his father that he is terminally ill. And your love interest. Alex who's played by Arrives the father. I should say Darren is played by Christopher. May If you're in love with the boy I wanna meet them before you secret. Australian prints contracted you now that you're rich. Do you say no and okay? It's to handle service. Yeah I'm Nicholas's dad there and I feel embarrassed nonsense already knew. My son does anal sex. Probably terribly ice tea okay. Here's the checklist patriotic cancer. Dying Dead Gay Relationship Kissing Anal sex autism kids drinking and taking someone else's prescription meds and all this from platform owned by The Walt Disney Company. Right I don't know how I tricked them. Man Out or not only do that. Yeah there's a two episode ach about consent to episodes. That's a lot I mean for me. That's like what I'm interested in making. So I I like shows that explore real life Issues trade deal within liquor railway. If I'm gonNA someone's going to buy a show of me was going to be right and they wanted to buy show of me and so this is it Yeah this will find engaging and there's just so much TV now like there's so many stories being told. I think there's space for a show like this. That really goes that this is what I find interesting. We're talking with Josh. Thomas the Creator and star of everything's GonNa be okay on a play another clip. This is where your character's younger sister. Matilda is delivering a eulogy at Your father's funeral. The actress is Kayla Cromer. I wasn't born with an inbuilt. Understanding of many things near a typical people take for granted. Oh I have autism surprise again I had to rely on my dad who interpret the world to teach me how to do every little thing so I carry him with me every day every time I tie my shoe laces or cross the road without dying or make eye contact with anybody or demonstrate a reasonable amount of self esteem that is thanks to him going above and beyond their two really important things in this scene. One is your decision to have a character who is on the autism spectrum and equally critical to cast an actor who herself is on the spectrum. I guess that's kind of a two part question about writing the character and casting the character. How did that come together? As really surprised about how little I knew understood about autism and how Little Mo friends you understood about it and I got really interested in and everything like people with like a different view and I was really into it and I wanted to do it. Stars autistic casting goes. I always think as much as you can get. An activist is close to the PERFORMA. That better but it was never been done. I don't think there's ever been a lead cost number that statistic we saw you know hundreds of autistic girls at the beginning. We saw like four or five. Typical goals is like just to see and just startling. And how much data the autistic girls wide? Just probably lots of reasons. I think Cam I'll let them know. Typical people playing until like stereotypes which aren't true and one very interesting thought it'd be like a challenging costing process but actually there were so many good options one of the parents of someone who ended up costing play. Dreyer. Lillian Mama's a yeah Williams a really great active because autistic kids especially girls have to learn how to mimic behavior and that kind of like acting everyday to fit into this wall. That isn't designed for them. Which is like a really interesting idea. So you know at the beginning. We wanted to do it because it's the right thing to do. We hope that we will be better I am. We went to the audition process and it was like they're on such a different level of quality and performance to the the other gals. Who could you know they were good actors girls but then pretending to be autistic is kind of like now that? I've done it. I look at like and I just think it's very weird actually to watch your typical people pretend to not be we now know that thanks to the pandemic you have a new and more meaningful relationship with your dishwasher and your dog. What does that mean in terms of a second season for the show up doing stand up? Like how are you going crazy? How you remaining engaged while you're still being creative person. Yeah I mean I don't know I don't know it's early days. I don't know what's going to happen over at Disney. I'm like at home at the moment. I'm like walking on cleaning the house out and that's been something and I've got some pitches at. Its but doing them. We had the mole book in. And we're doing them Zoom Conference saying. But everyone's like not sure if that buying things so uncertain. I don't feel like my life is a real sub story. At the moment I feel more worried about a lot of other people. I'm just trying to enjoy being home with my dog and waiting to see it's all you can really do and working on series. Ox and I just had a big conversation studio about what season two would look like. We're carrying on as if the wild is normal and making sure that we have ideas and plans for when things go back to normal whatever then you normal will look like but that's all you can really do. Josh. Thomas is the Creator and star of. Everything's GonNa be Okay Josh. Thanks so much for coming on the show. Hey thanks for having me. He's one of everything's GonNa be okay is available to stream on Hulu and that's it for today but a couple of notes before we go everyday. Kpcc AN NPR are working to bring you fact based information when you need it most so please show your support right now so that we can continue our public service during the corona virus. Pandemic any amount you give. Kpcc is vital and helping US reach our spring fundraising goal. And you'll be entered to win a Mac book pro so please give now at Kabc Dot Org and finally as of Monday. The frame will go on a temporary hiatus while I'm really GonNa miss you and the show. Our newsroom has been overwhelmed covering the pandemic. The frames exceptional production team will be redeployed to provide some much needed help to KPCC's other shows along with working with our great news anchors and reporters. As for me I won't be leaving the air entirely. No just hear me on different shows at different times. Thanks to the great team that produces the frame and Taylor mcferrin who supplies are opening theme music. I'm John Horn at the broadcast. Center will see you sometime in the future..
"christopher mays" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"A New Jersey counties and as of most of the suburbs on up into the Hudson Valley as well as Connecticut to anywhere north of the turn pike but certainly north of the merit in Connecticut there's says expect considerable icing in fact three four five tenths of an inch of ice that is a lot for this area temperatures tonight will be near thirty twenties in the suburbs the wind will pick up that's not good mix sun and clouds for Wednesday a flurry or two maybe even a heavier snow shower for late day or evening highs in the mid thirties and then bitterly cold Wednesday night and Thursday it'll be in the teens Wednesday night zero to ten for the wind chill and Thursdays I only twenty five to thirty the Altes five day forecast sunshine a quieter weather pattern as we head towards the weekend thirties on Friday and your forty on Saturday right now still raining thirty three degrees in the city with the north wind at twelve respond to run a Jersey transit police department which reminds you we all need to work together to keep our transit system safe if something doesn't feel right it probably isn't report suspicious activity to one eight eight eight tips and G. T. or texture report two NJ T. P. D. its five fifty one on the W. C. B. S. afternoon roundup former Suffolk County DA Tom Spoto was found guilty today on all counts in his federal obstruction trial WCBS reporter so feel hall was at the courthouse off what happened today the jury after hearing five weeks of testimony spent only one day deliberating before reaching the guilty verdict against Tom's Botha photo was the key figure here in the county for many years some saying he was one of the most powerful people in the county he was D. A. for more than fifteen years he was found guilty of helping his friend and the former police chief James Burke cover up of beating crime Burke ended up pleading guilty in spending nearly four years in prison for beating up the man who stole his duffel bag from his police cruiser Spode it did not say a word to reporters as he left the courthouse his attorney also stayed silent I want to mention that photos former lead prosecutor Christopher may partly in was also found guilty of the same crime and he looked very pale as he left the courthouse so feel one is supposed to going to be sentenced in how much time could be looking at he faces twenty years in prison but I'm told paper work needs to be filed and then a sentencing date will be set so fear thank you W. CBS reporter so feel hall on Long Island five fifty three on the afternoon roundup when a company takes on a series a series B. round of financing the stakes for success increase for the company and the investor a mistake could result in lost market opportunity wasted capital or more importantly it could breach covenants leading to loss of equity why take that risk when ice rappers outsourced accounting and finance practice can help count on powerful business analytics on point advice and audit ready financial statements when you need them to find out more please visit eyes near Apodaca slash outsource.
"christopher mays" Discussed on 790 KABC
"So again he take that money old engines years have on what's wrong with the country is completely wrong the blaming the bombers for the wrong stuff given its sugar seventeen reimagines famous logos for companies like FedEx Budweiser googling Cassie would catch phrase has been selling tee shirts and phone cases emblazoned with the message he said he doesn't make very much but his designs of insured across main page on Instagram they've also created theme songs for all of this teens say okay boomer is the perfect response because it's plastic but cutting it's the digital equivalent of an eye roll because of boomer so frequently or for younger generations as snowflakes a few teenagers at it's particularly hilarious to watch them freak out about the phrase in the end boomer is just a state of mind Mister Williams had boomer anyone can be a boomer with the right attitude Christopher Mays are eighteen said it's a jab at anyone it's out if it's a jab anyone into outdated political figure to try to run our lives but then you want to like run everybody else's life with extended government intervention I'm so confused you're saying that you're angry at political figures who want to run your life easier okay boomer but wait up you want Bernie Sanders Amanda Bowers one run your life we want to elect the full scale socialist who happens to be not even a baby boomer older than the baby boomers to run your life every aspect of it I think you're missing the point of the okay boomer thing if you know what on the boomers refundable refer the stuff they did not for the stuff they didn't do but absolute silly towns okay coming up we have to talk about the latest there's there's been a big uproar over Canadian feminist who has made the absolutely astonishing statement that men and women are different I know unbelievable we'll.
"christopher mays" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Protest outside Planned Parenthood and Philadelphia this weekend shovel bins colonies Mary Walter good morning. Joining us now Joe Degen Joe there is so much to speak to you about good morning. Let's start out talking about these new memos that we found out about late last week by then deputy assistant secretary of state, Kathleen Catholic, they were dated of it was an interview she had with Christopher Steele on October eleventh of twenty sixteen her she put all of this together in a memo that went out on the thirteenth, which was eight days before they went for the FIS award. And what she included in this nemo should have precluded getting any kind of Fiso warrants tells about it. Well, it's a very interesting facts and circumstances this memo. By Gaffey systems secretary Kavulich was extremely important to debate of fifty eight. He and a number of department of state officials met with Christopher Steele. And they concluded that he was a liar. That he was completely unreliable that he was biased that he wanted to influence the election that he hated Trump. They put that in a memo and they warn the FBI about this. The FBI never mentioned this memo. In talking to the five court to get the first car to page one. And they hid the memo and never produced it a win. Congress has for documents. Because they said it wasn't there document. It belongs to the department of state that was clearly a ally. Then the current FBI director Christopher Wray classified that document several months ago, and then was forced to declassify recently when it was found that it had no basis for being classified by the senior officials in the freedom of information act office at DOJ, Christopher Ray is becoming a very big problem. But the Christopher Steele is the March of Christopher's Christopher Steele. Is clearly a problem for the collusion. Nuts among them. All of the democratic clown chairman on Capitol Hill. So this is a bad week for the collusion. I wonder what you think I wanna get just ask you a little bit more about Christopher Wray since you brought him up because you've described him in the past for being missing in action on a milk carton. But but now it looks like a combination of this classifying this memo for unclear reasons and additionally last week objecting to attorney general bars use of the word spying, I'm beginning to wonder is he not actively working against the president here. Oh, I don't think there's any doubt that he is you have to remember who Christopher Ray is he is a close personal friend about Muller paint, James Komi. He is an acolyte Komi. He worshiped Komi Komi was his idol. You will recall back in the Bush administration when they huge fight over electron expiring and Komi and Muller went to John Ashcroft in the hospital to prevent him from authorising certain types of surveillance, Komi and Muller. Threatened to resign if Albert. If excuse me Ashcroft authorized, the things what's interesting about that is is it shortly after that confrontation in the hospital. Christopher may who was the assistant attorney general for the criminal division. Saw them at Justice and went up to them in the hallway and said, I understand you guys are considering pulling the Ripcord and resigning. Let me know if you do I'll jump with you. This guy is is a hack. He was recommended by Chris Christie to be FBI director because Ray had represented Christie in the the bridge gate scandal in New Jersey. Christopher rate is a problem. He's going to continue to be problem his performance before congress last week where he basically just the attorney general like sure you was not received well anywhere in the administration. Joe you were talking about this Fiso warrant application the initial one. And how the information from the State Department wasn't included. I saw that you did a FOX business interview this weekend, and you talked about how some of the five the Pfizer warrant re what the recertification illegally obtained. Can you explain that? The five award. I e the original one, you know, occurs in two thousand sixteen October then two or three extensions of those warrants. They have to be extended every ninety days. It's my understanding from from my conversations with knowledgeable people that Michael Horowitz has already concluded. Those three extensions were improperly obtained and were illegal. They're still working on the first Carter pay warrant, the initial ones and say they haven't decided that issue yet. So that's that's where that comes from. So this is being investigated by the I yet. Yes. This is the one that everyone's been waiting for the FIS of one, but he's also doing one that has received very little attention. And that is a separate investigation of James Komi and his conduct in general surrounding a lot of issues, including Fiso interesting because you also have a letter that was. I sent to Mike Pompeo by Chuck Grassley. Ron Johnson and Lindsey Graham asking for details about this meeting. So it looks like there's going to be also another investigation here in to the State Department which up until this point as far as I know in correct me if I'm wrong has not been investigated nothing that they've done so far has been investigated. Yeah. Well, as you know, there are a lot of people in the Obama administration who left the State Department who were involved in originally receiving Christopher Steele stuff and making sure that it got to the FBI with a different patina around it of then what within the Catholic memo, of course, once those people leave government. They cannot be interviewed buying inspector General Department state who has no subpoena power. No grand jury power and can only talk to people who were current government employees in order for this to be investigated. The stuff that tree dated the Carter page more that have. To be done by a grand jury. And I'm sure it will be a very quickly. We want to just bring up this one point regarding the State Department with Judicial Watch announcing that they got forty four pages of records from the State Department, and it appears that the Obama White House was involved in a twenty twelve foia request from citizens for responsibility and ethics in Washington and long story short. They were going back and forth. Council was going back and forth with the State Department. And in the end, the crew was told sorry, we don't have those records. You don't have anything on her Email? But do you know anything about that? The Obama administration conducted the most transparent administration in history, they blocked more foia requests in any other administration history. They spied on more reporters, they should more subpoenas for reporters phone records than any other administration history. They were the biggest bunch of liars about transparency in the history of the Republic, and they got away with it because the press loved Obama, and they let him do whatever he wanted. People worry about a dictator with Trump. We've already had one folks his name was Obama. We've got more coming up with Joe digenova seven fifteen net. Wwl traffic.
"christopher mays" Discussed on They Walk Among Us
"Panic. Is he concluded his closing argument? Malcolm, Bishop stated all the witnesses. He knew the defendant had nothing but good to say about him. How can you reconcile the friendly helpful guy with a picture painted on the prosecution? The prosecution must make you sure. This defendant did not act in self defense. The important question is what did he generally believe he was doing? Did he genuinely believe he was attacked? And did he genuinely believe he was acting in self defense? If that is right. The law says he must be acquitted because we are rolling title to act in self defense. The judge summed up the case she stressed to the jury. They must cost aside. Feelings of emotion and remain objective. Facing the jury. She said undisputed is the fact that in the early hours of Wednesday, April twenty second two thousand fifteen the defendant. Christopher my strangled and caused the death of Tracy Woodford. It's flat in Andrews core. Ponti pre the issue for you to decide is whether this was as the prosecution allege a brutal sexually motivated murder by sexually motivated predator. On a fragile woman. Or is it as the defense say the Christopher my acted in lawful. Self defence as Tracy Woodford came at him flailing with roms when he caught a looking through his wallet. The prosecution must prove the defendant is guilty. The defendant doesn't have to prove his innocence. The prosecution must make sure of it. Nothing less will do if you assure you must return guilty verdict. If you're not sure you must return not guilty verdict. She added you must reach if you can a unanimous verdict. Following a two week trial. It took the jury only fifty minutes to reach a unanimous decision. On November eighteenth two thousand fifteen Christopher my who sat staring blankly head with his arms crossed was found. Guilty of murdering Tracy would. Cries and cheers echoed throughout the courtroom. After victim impact statements read to the court. The aggravating and mitigating factors will heard from both the prosecution and defense. Roger Thomas QC acting for the crown said that the starting point must be at least twenty five years. He stated the sexual intercourse took place in life. It was nonconsensual. And if it took place after death, it was not consensual addressing the judge Malcolm Bishop QC arguing for the defense said we submit the playing of a west life video is consistent with a couple. Having a relaxing time. Together, the forensic evidence is consistent with consensual intercourse. The evidence is not sufficient to enable you'll lady to entirely disregard the defendant's account. This was an unplanned meeting leading to a flash of anger with catastrophic results. As a further discussion took place around relevant case law can Bishop QC quietly argued a long period of imprisonment is inevitable and cooled for our simple submission is the sentence. Your lady must par should not mean that that offended can never hope to gain his liberty in his old age. Davis sentence. Christopher may to life in prison and said he would have to serve a minimum of twenty eight years. Labeling Christopher mate a dangerous sexual predator. The judge I did you murder Tracy would foot. It was cruel. Callous, undetermined these same characteristics prompted you to dismember the body of Tracy and then deliberately conceal it. You did this for one purpose to avoid detection for the murder. You knew you had committed the judge concluded you embarked on this little thought for your victim and still less for that of her family whose grief for their daughter insists there was made more anguished by the grim dismemberment of her body. When if Christopher Mays released he would remain on license for the rest of his life. Speaking after the verdict, which it Killick senior crown prosecutor for the Crown Prosecution Service said Christopher maze responsible for brutal heinous attack on Tracy Woodford having killed her. He compounded his dreadful actions attempting to conceal her body in the most horrific circumstances. And then concocting a story based on wicked and deliberate lies to explain what he had done.
"christopher mays" Discussed on WTVN
"I want you to hear this. This is the FBI director on the FBI website today mere moments ago. His name is Christopher may. I know tons of you are feeling the exile and the emotional strain of this shutdown and one hundred percent of you are feeling the financial strain making some people stay home when they don't want to making other show up without pay. It's mind boggling, it's shortsighted and it's unfair. It takes a lot to get angry. But I'm about as angry as I've been in a long long time really director Ray, you're as angry as you've been in a long time. But what your agents did today wearing body armor carrying heavy automatic weapons. Drawn and ready to fire waking somebody out of band. To arrest them and frogmarch down to what court after being indicted for process crime. So here's the director of the FBI at short scientists mind-boggling it's unfair. It takes a lot to get me angry. But I'm about as angry as I've been in a long time, you ought to be angry over what all of your predecessors in this department under the Obama administration have done to the system of Justice for crying out loud. This is you this sends me into orbit. These are the people we count on. We can't all go be FBI director. We're not even in charge of who's chosen to be. This is this is part and parcel of trusting these institutions, we've always trusted them throughout our lives throughout the life of this country. We have trusted. So many of these institutions to just do it right to just. Stand up for is especially if the FBI the DOJ for Justice, and they all seem to be failing us profoundly. We're still waiting on. The president will go back to the phones. This is Joseph in Michigan. Welcome great to have you on the network. Hello. Rush longtime listener first time caller. Listen since nineteen eighty nine. Thank you, sir. That's almost a lifer. I I am a lifer. You've made us. Meet my tries so easy. And so pleasurable it was hard to turn you off. Anyway, getting back to the smaller thing in this investigation. I'm surprised Trump hasn't fired him and with an executive power that he has for this long. Outstanding trade that he has pulled American people. And he was when he when he hosted the apprentice, his he was so free the fire people. He should he shouldn't act. What he did? I mean apprentice Kamala. Well, the circumstances are a bit different. It doesn't matter. He needs to this needs to end. This is going on too long. They have nothing on him. They will never find anything. He's done. Nothing wrong and modernised needs to guy hit. Look, I hear all that. I in fact, even I I will tell you I ran into Rudy at the White House Christmas party, Iran and risen pretty what the hell is going on just shut this down. I was really had engaged them on something that I thought was a waste of time to engage the mind. You're treating them as legitimate is one of the biggest mistakes we've made here. Now, they have to do it for protocol. I understand that. But these people are running a fraud and a hoax and everybody knows it, and there's all kinds of pressure on Trump not to fire Muller because that will be seen as obstruction. And it would be it would it would ramp up others who say Trump did it and he's now trying to cover it up much like what happened to Nixon? When he tried to fire Archibald Cox and couldn't find anybody except for Robert Bork. Do it. So I look I understand understand your sentiment. And a lot of people said Trump got to lose. They're gonna hate him. They already hate him. But I'm going to try to throw him out of office. They're already trying to throw him out of office. Are they going to indict him? They can't indict sitting president. But the thing about firing Muller is it would not stop the investigation or just replace him with somebody. Let's see what this new attorney general does the estimable the irreplaceable the one of a kind legal mind known as William Bill Barr. I appreciate the call. Joe? I'm not liking the way time is working out on this. The president was supposed to start twenty one minutes ago. I have to take a commercial break for business any in the next two minutes. And now we get to a portion the hour. We just can't blow through things like I can't. I can't tell the local affiliates. What to do with their break here at the top of the hour. I can assume that they're going to gyp it and cover this. So we would. But it's it's their time from like eleven fifty nine forty five until twelve o six the local affiliates time, we have no control over that. We feed a bunch of stuff in case. They want us to cover the time. But we've got a break coming up. If the president comes out right now, I'm screwed. Let me take the break. Now. We'll again, we'll try to ram. This would in before he comes out one way or the other folks, we're going to get this done. And you're gonna find out what happened..
"christopher mays" Discussed on 600 WREC
"To take place in two thousand twenty we'll have eight franchises owned by the league and promises faster game play among other things. It's once again spearheaded by Vince McMahon, chairman of the WWE, here's this morning's, Jennifer Kushinka. Yep. It's back. The XFL has the Wall Street Journal Jason gay tells us wrestling kingpin, Vince McMahon is launching this football league buddy seems a little different from the first time he launched the XFL. Jason what's different about him? And this. Well, if you're a member where music man, and that'd be see large the XFL close to twenty years ago. Now. Amazingly, they promised that it was going to be the Brasher rebellious younger. Brother are the NFL. They bring back Manley smash medoff Leatherhead football. That's not what the XFL is promising. This time around the world has changed man. Wrestling. WWE has to change with it. I mean, you just can't, you know, promise cheerleaders, gone wild and smash mouth and cautions. And all that kind of stuff is just a completely different universe nowadays. And so what was presented in New Jersey as they on down eight team format for the XFL season at twenty twenty seven a lot like what we're accustomed to it football. So it doesn't have the kind of Vincent were expecting are accustomed to. And so I I do wonder a little bit about what the actual salads here. So I think the NFL fans are going to watch this. Kennedy. I think they are targeting towards me executives who will give them a healthy rights fee. I mean, if you look at the way that television has changed especially the digital streaming era. Live sports is something that has great value because you can't watch it multiple times that it has a desirable younger male skewing audience, and there's value in that. And I think they believe that they can stick to a budget. They can get a rights fee, and they can make some money off of this. I don't think this is real. I mean, they're saying it's designed for football addict to after the Super Bowl is just hankering football football. But generally, I think this is a media play. So Jason is this a spring or summer leak? It's a summer league is going to actually come in the week after the Super Bowl. And by the way, it has competition. Called the American alliance football which is coming and there's also something coming called the freedom ball league. So a lot of upstart leagues trying to grab a little bit of that extra football. We're speaking with Jason gave the Wall Street Journal about the reboots the XFL will it differ from the NFL in terms of rules or anything like that. Yeah. That's a good question. They have made promises that they are going to new things to accelerate game that they will do tweaks to say things like kickoff and time clocks move Christopher may get a three hour game last. They won't offering anything terribly radical sounding a lot like that the NFL at south is considering in terms of speeding up its own pace of play. So I mean, again, the takeaway here is that here's the XFL here. Sick man. Here's this promise. The NFL with less talented players. Speaking of the players that they players that don't make it in the NFL or hoping to make it in the NFL. Would they got they're all the above? I mean, they will call very they will try from a great deal of NFL players are approximately nine hundred nine hundred players who get cut from NFL rosters at the end of the summer training season. They will draw from that they will probably go after a few old goat out there who are looking hang on and get paid to play football and art in the NFL anymore. Some combination of that again. Thing. I wonder about that book if you're in the New York area, you're watching the giants you're already kind of seeing mediocre football. There's appeal for even more mediocre off that is this morning. Jennifer Kushinka with Wall Street Journal sports columnist Jason gay. It is twenty minutes now in front of the hour on This Morning, America's first.
"christopher mays" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Set to take place in twenty twenty. We'll have eight franchises owned by the league and promises faster gameplay among other things. It's once again spearheaded by Vince McMahon, chairman of the WWE. Here's this morning. Jennifer kushinka. Yep. It's back. The XFL has the Wall Street Journal's Jason gay tells us wrestling kingpin, Vince, mega man is launching this football league buddy seems a little different from the first time he launched the XFL. Jason what's different about him? And this. Well, if you're a member wherein, Vincent man and be large the XFL close to twenty years ago. Now. They promised that it was going to be the Brasher rebellious younger brother of the NFL. They bring back Manley smashmouth Leatherhead football. That's not what the XFL is promising. This time around the world has seen. Man, wrestler, garbage WWE hasn't changed with it. I mean, you just can't, you know, promise cheerleaders gone wild and smash mouth and cousins and all that kind of stuff. It's just a completely different universe nowadays. And so what was presented in New Jersey as they unveiled the eight team format for the XFL season. Sounded a lot like what we're accustomed to it football. So it doesn't have the kind of Vincent man as you were expecting are accustomed to. And so I do wonder a little bit about what the actual salads here. So they tour the NFL fans are going to watch this. Kennedy. I think they are targeted towards me executive who will give them a healthy rights fee. I mean, if you look at the way that television has changed especially the digital streaming era. Live sports is something that has great value because they can't watch it. You know, a multiple times that it has a desirable younger male skewing audience, and there's value in that. And I think they believe that they can stick to a budget. They can get a rights fee, and they could make some money off of this. I don't think this is real. I mean, they're saying it's designed for the football addict to after the Super Bowl just hankering for more football. But candidly, I think this is a media play. So Jason is this a spring or summer league a summer league? It's going to actually commend the week after the Super Bowl. And by the way, it has competition there as I recall, the American alliance of football, which is coming and there's also something coming called the freedom football league south. Lot of upstart leagues trying to grab a little bit of that extra football pie. We're speaking with Jason gave the Wall Street Journal about the reboots the XFL. Will it differ from the NFL in terms of rules or anything like that? Yeah. That's a good question. They have made promises that they are going to new things to accelerate the game that they will do tweaks to say things like kickoff time clocks move. Christopher may get a three hour game relaxed. But they weren't offering anything terribly radical sounding a lot like things up. The NFL south is considering in terms of speeding up its own pace of play. So I mean, again, the takeaway here is that here's the XFL. Here has been sick, man. Here's this promise. Oh, the NFL with less talented players. Speaking of the players, they players that don't make it in the NFL or hoping to make it in the NFL who there. They're in all the above. I mean, they will call very they will drive from a great deal of on NFL players are approximately nine hundred nine hundred players who get cut from NFL rosters at the end of the summer training season. They will draw from that they will probably go after a food. You know old goat out there who are lucky hang on and get paid to play football and art in the NFL anymore. Maybe be some combination of that again, you know, wondering I wonder about is that suck. If you're in the New York area, you're watching the jets and the giants you're already kind of seeing mediocre football. I don't know if there's appeal for even more mediocre. That is this morning. Jennifer Kushinka with Wall Street Journal sports columnist Jason gay. It is twenty minutes now in front of the hour on This Morning, America's first news. Ask yourself if you built a van.
"christopher mays" Discussed on They Walk Among Us
"Tron started in October nineteen ninety nine at Chester Crown Court, and Mr Justice Harrison presided over the case, it was expected to last three weeks Reuben Spence aqui see acting on behalf of the prosecution told the jury the both of Sally cock sons had been killed by their mother was alleged. The Christopher was smothered to death on December thirteenth nineteen ninety six while his father, Stephen Clark was away from home attending Christmas party. The prosecution say believe that Harry was either smothered or shaken to death teen months later in January nineteen ninety eight. Ruben Spence accu-, see believe the similarities in each case couldn't be put down to pure coincidence. Christopher and Harry were similar age when they died eleven eight weeks respectively. That both been found unresponsive by Sally around nine thirty pm after they been fed. They were both discovered by Sally in the same bedroom. Steve was either away or Jew to go away in connection with his work? And in each case. There was evidence consistent with abuse. The prosecutor told the jury that the children's mother had reached the end of her, tether and said her actions struck at the very core of everything natural unwholesome in the relationship between mother and child the cool. It was then played the nine nine nine calls made on the evenings. That the babies died. Doc, Terrell and Williams who spoke on behalf of the prosecution in carried out post-mortems on both infants told the court that he considered that. Neither Christopher will Harry died as a result of natural causes. He suggested Christopher had been the victim of physical abuse. There were fingertip bruises on the infant's body. Attaran is friendly lem between his upper lip and front teeth and the presence of blood in his lungs the dock to them provided evidence, which suggested hurry was also the victim of physical abuse. Retinal hemorrhages 'em, reduce swelling of the spinal cord fracture to the second right rib and dislocation of the coastal cartilage of the right? I rip took to Williams indicated to the court that he found no evidence that Harry was suffering from the effects of any illness or disease at the time of death. The defense argued that SIDS sudden infant death syndrome was to blame for the death of Harry and Christopher died from an infection of the lower respiratory tract under cross examination. Jillian Bevan QC acting on behalf of the defense question. Dr Williams the doctor admitted that Harry's injuries most specifically to his neck lack the apparent features. That would be expected if a baby shake into death shortly before the trial. Professor Michael Green, an expert witness for the prosecution and professor Timothy David an impartial consultant paediatrician for the family division, sore the slides on which the evidence of Harry's. Retinal hemorrhages were placed professor Michael Green in the impartial consultant was certain that these were post mortem origin with the result of an error in the slide preparation. They were not retinal hemorrhages. The evidence should have been discounted entirely. It was also discovered that Harry's dislocated rib showed no signs of hemorrhage or tissue damage around it, which you would expect to see if Harry was alive when the injury gird x rays of the whole of Harry, skeleton taken and reveal no evidence of injury, Dr Williams discovered them during his examination experts for the defense argued the blood founding Christopher's lungs could have been g to a nose bleed and the bruises found on Christopher may not have been bruises at all. But likely postmortem effects is hospital staff at made no mention of them. When Christopher was admitted the observation of the bruises came solely from Dr Williams. Also, the photos taken of the injuries to Christopher's Frenchmen were of such poor quality. But other experts were unable to assess the findings the jury Roni reliance on the testimony of Dr Williams and his expertise as a witness. Dr Williams was again asked if there are any blood tests for Harry, the might. Further. Explain a cause of death. You said they were not. Brenda much into health worker who saw Sally and Christopher few days before he died told the court Sally, behave look normal mother. And then look to be no cause for concern..
"christopher mays" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Members to our community of like minded real estate investors, right here in Houston, Dallas, San Antonio and Austin and all the surrounding communities in Texas as well as our members from across the country constantly have members friends from from really around the world flying into our areas and Peggy and Leo you're you're there to welcome them with open arms and today, we're talking about your story, and how you've managed life transition successfully. And ended up where you are in the unfolding of the story. We learned about your childhood both of you from very entrepreneurial families, and then those transitions into more corporate America for for Peggy with. The heartbreak of her family folding their business after so many years and having to jump from that great entrepreneurial family environment into a more corporate structure. And then you Leo you're coming from a family of commercial real estate, investors and entrepreneurs variety of different things through your life until you decided to sell your business. So let's let's talk a little bit about how you saw that need for change. And what motivated you the most to change your path and your your future? And how you went about that. Leeann I was at a Bank national Bank for about seventeen years. And what they did. They told me that my salary was going to be cat. I'd never make any more money. And so when they changed the rules of retirement to sixty years age, plus number of years that the corporation I retired. And we decided to see of course, you know, sell stock options where we buy the stock and we'd make money off the income filling the up since but when the recession hit our networks, which going down our equity and the deal was going down, our our income where the stock crisis. It gone so uncertain holdings that we weren't even able to sell the options anymore, and Leo it'd been listening to Dale on the radio for a number of years, and he suggested that we go and that we listened to the presentation and Leo with his background in real estate. He got it. He said, this is the real deal. I'm ready to join. And I just wasn't quite there yet because you know, the stock options didn't turn out ultimately the way that we thought that they would we were looking for something long term, and then we did a little bit of tax lien investing, which we learned a lot. But that didn't turn out the way that we thought it was going to. So he was ready to join. And so he kept saying we're gonna join and and that's fine. All that that was the final blurred. And I said, Well, I I need to research this because it was over the Christmas holidays and every ninety was coming into my office at home and just going. Okay. When are we gonna join when are we going to do this? And I thought you know, what I need to prove him right or wrong 'cause it is stressful around this house and what information do I need. You know, what they talked about in training about these national award winners and were these were lifestyles members that had been trained, and they competed nationally for the national award winner tile and my. Ause just one out for the past eleven years. And I thought okay fine. I'm gonna go and see if their names or even on lifestyles website, and and they were and I thought okay, that's not enough Christopher may lifestyles could've just put him on there. So I went to the national apartment association website. And I saw every name that David Fisher and his two day training had mentioned, and I thought wow. If this company can train people to win national awards, they know what they're doing. So I went humbly back to Leo. And I said, you know, what you're right and I'm wrong. And he was like Hallelujah. So that day we join lifestyle. Well, you know what I love about about. That story is is the the way you to came together. Right. So Leo was sold. Weren't you? Leo. I mean, you you were just like, yeah. We're gonna do this. You had a challenge there to get her to get on board. She was researching that were you a little concerned about what you might find. Well, I'll tell you what it was about two weeks before that, you know, I thought, you know, I've said a prayer largest, I we're gonna get here. But you know, Lord, we're going to be joining this organization. She just doesn't know it yet. And so we went on. And I thought you know, what I've been down. I think you know, what we're going to put some pressure on this thing and every night at eight o'clock, I'm doing this thing is that we need to go answers all our problems that makes us independent feature will fight. And we know.
"christopher mays" Discussed on Other Side of Texas
"Hotel occupancy tax that that's what the votes about that gives us the income stream where then we can do these other things, but two people were so adamant about what's it gonna cost? What's it gonna look like what this? So we had to had to put something something to vigil. And it doesn't mean that we through this together. Because a lot of soul-searching. I can't tell you the hours that I have said were Stephen fog and MWR architects to two we knew we with our travels over the state talking to thirteen different venues in the state of Texas, talking all these people we had an idea of what we wanted in terms of Rena how big how much area and so forth. So you take that. And then we. Knew what the exhibit hall. We wanted that to be we knew this. So we we take all of that and say, okay, what could this look like and so- hours and hours and hours of time spent talking about that then when you start talking about drawings you're talking about spending hundreds of thousands of dollars seriously when you get down to plans specs sofa. We didn't have a kind of money. We we were under scrambling goes strata production. I wish I'd had. They're all. Solely in-kind contribution. He'll be here. So if somebody if somebody has got a location that meets those criteria, please tell us please tell us we have searched high and low we felt like from the information that we had from the visits that we've had that this would fit that criteria. I think we have a phone. Let's go the phones. Good morning. Welcome in the show. Hello, go ahead. Good caller. Yes. Hey, my name's Chris artist. And I'm just wanted to say that I've changed my mind on both. I was against it. When I first heard about it. But I will say the foreign Mr. Jordan and corley and seeded and Slayton a few a couple of weeks ago. And change my mind. So I'll be voting for it now, and you have not early voted yet. So you're still you're still read. That's good. That's good. Let says the systems working. Well, rally voting voting day. We've got a voter out there looking for facts and trying to make up their mind based on what they're hearing. And listen to the fact to Jennifer comment earlier, she feels bad because her parents now after they've learned the truth that they feel bad. They voted against it. They didn't know the real deal on it. Right. Chris j Leeson what what was the point? What were the what? Why were you opposed? What did you buy on? First of all was the. Could be privately funded. I mean people wanted to probably raise the money and do it have added. I think the way it was pitched the fact that it was going to be no property taxes, which is. The money generated. It will come back on property owners to fit the Bill. The second part is is when they had it. No government involvement of the troll. That told me we'd be issuing fifty million dollar. Blink fit to accountable group, which I was uncomfortable with somewhat change. How did those chain the forum? Here at the form that changes my points. All right. One was can't remember this Mr. Jordan or Mr Collins said they wouldn't go to court. Commissioners corn until they the their ten million dollar in down and in the Bank. Secondly is the Commissioner was still have to issue the bonds. And now with news Michener's coming in don't know, if it'll be quarterly and see or hawks earned care what any or a combination that will be having a new court that I believe. We'll have some accountability not not necessarily conflict. But will, you know, hold the grouping accountable. Hey, we got this this and appoint the bullet wouldn't be it wouldn't be just a prison. Christopher may. I may jump in here for a second. That was my concern initially early on when I had Randy on the show weeks ago that was well. Okay. So what happens after the bonds paid for who controls this committee? I was concerned about another a terrible example of the dark money that flows through the south plates. Fairground that kind of stuff I would not be four right? Right. That's where I was..
"christopher mays" Discussed on WTVN
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"christopher mays" Discussed on Around the NFL
"What makes you feel come to you can do teddy Bridgewater gets traded by the end of training camp or Paxton Lynch gets traded by the end of training camp or Earl Thomas gets treated by the end of training camp. What's more likely I rank them. Earl, Tom, Paxton Lynch, third, Earl, Thomas second teddy Bridgewater I accidentally. So you think teddy Bridgewater will Paxton Lynch is a guy think it would be traded for a conditional seventh round pick or something like that wants backs. Probably not not many areas owns wanted to cowboy teddy Bridgewater has a chance to show something where suddenly there could be a bit of a bidding war. If you're a team that needs whatever teddy Bridgewater brings you if you don't have the starters are mostly sealed up most of these teams. Earl Thomas to me just feels like the most likely thing because of the angst involved and that situational ready. Packs than I think. And if you listen to certain people, whether it's in the Fook, Agnes senti-. Or behind the scenes. Creepy Lookie conversation at the. Look look. There. I don't think packs. I think he's got stink on a Paxton Lynch. It's not just that he's struggled has not been worth the first round pick. So I don't think anybody sign win Chad, Kelly, Jim, Kelly, son. Seventh round pick is believed to be a very serious competitor for the back of jokes against Paxton Lynch. I think Earl, Thomas was the most likely one. All right. And now a word from our other sponsor. Have you come this far in life without knowing the achievements of British scholar and communist Susan strange born in nineteen. Twenty-three strange bucks state Centric analytic trends and warned us many years ago of the dangers of in quotes. Casino capitalism in mad money per twenty. Fourteen report at Princeton in nineteen forty, two strange Mary Dennis merit. They had one son, one daughter, but the marriage was dissolved for reasons unknown in nineteen fifty five. That same year Susan strange turned around in married Clifford Selley with whom she had three sons and one daughter, but Susan wasn't done in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. She unfurled a fiery pamphlet and Avella named states markets within its pages. She dropped a A-Bomb on academic by coining the term market authority nexus in a paper by Christopher may entitled strange fruit. Susan strange is quoted as saying it is the information, rich occupations. Whether associated with manufacturing or not, that confer power much more now than the physical capacity to roll goods often assembly line, but may also takes issue with strange saying in quotes. She clearly sees her work, especially in states and markets as suggestive rather than offering final answers. That's leads to the question of whether strange really is offering a fully developed theory at all. Sign up for Mr. flames, highschool economics class in the Hague. The Netherlands today at WWW dot flame.
"christopher mays" Discussed on talkRADIO
"I think a lot of them are very big europhiles they're very upset about leaving the european union and they really want to drive a wedge between the us usual suspects people who just sort of going marches and potent i mean most of us have jobs and families and and supermarket shops to do rather than going on protest to be honest with you it is it is but i really think that the goal of these protests the goals of really trying to embarrass and sean president trump is to just shoot down any chance of a great trade deal ties in force the uk back into the us to shun away the us i really think the goal of this is you know i really think this is really tied in with brexit and because the uk the uk strikes hopefully a great raid free trade deal or a trade deal with the us with canada with australia that kind of proves all of the earth difficult to strike a free trade deal with a republican president donald trump who is say protectionist i mean he he's launched a trade war against his allies real trump is more protectionist on the economy than i am but it the g seven trump did float the idea of why don't we just drop all tariff and i think it was scoffed out so again i don't know if we can affect a free trade deal hopefully can but but a trade deal that's beneficial to everyone involved not a one sided trade deal earlier on the show he spoke to the former british ambassador to washington christopher may have for many years during the blair years and he expressed his view that that there could be some harm to our relations the special relationship we think we've got we probably still have although there is again there is still that anglophile thing the anglosphere tend to stick together and a lot of these issues but he's said sadi carnot london may in allowing this big this is crying baby trump in unappy which i have to say es quite funny in a teenager sort of way i don't necessarily want it to represent my country when there's a major state visit he said this is the result of a personal vendetta sadique kahn oversee of their battles over the terror attacks in britain and some of the tweets that donald trump i think reprehensibly sent but he says it smells a bit of pettiness do you think that's how it's going to be seen by donald trump well i mean i personally would i expect tap is you know this strikes me something if trump even does mention her talk about it he'll make a complete joke out of it a mockery it'll it'll wind up being some colt joke among his fault his biggest followers that they wind up loving that's what he does best i mean i was watching one of his most recent rallies and he was making fun of his own hair at the rally in how someone has even worse here than he does so i really can't see you know i think trump has matured a lot politically over the last two years and i think if he does even comment on this he'll turn it into some kind of joke you recognise thick skin that's the whole point was he was very thinskinned well yeah i will i i do think he's a maturing a bit politically and i also think that whole saudi khan and the people of london and can i i love the right to protest i respect that i'm not criticizing anyone's right to protest but do you wanna live in a city where every time a world leader come to your flying ridiculous balloons i know a crowd funding campaign to run asad khan balloon has it broke its funding like eighteen nineteen hours or something so i mean people have to decide it's like in the us do we want to kick every republican out of a restaurant we want republicans kicking democrats out of restaurant do we wanna live in a society like that my thing is that the people demonstrating against trump again apps e don't i like the guy i wish had been elected but he's democratically elected i would've liked to have seen a blip of the saudi prints being flown or of the turkish president erdogan who locks up journalists all the chinese president xi jinping who who murders opposition leaders it seems to me that they are remarkably on bothered by some pretty nasty dictators of.
"christopher mays" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Should answer questions from everybody and try and be transparent with everybody so of course we've got an atlantic connection here my final question for you atlanta area attorney christopher ray now the director of the fbi any advice for him and how he conducts his job now now just be yourself he's a person of great ability and great character and integrity i i wish i was still the fbi director of if i can't be that's the kind of person you need and if he's true to himself the country will be well served former fbi director james comey's book a higher loyalty is out now thank you for spending this time with their listeners one little follow up here one one reason that christopher may be in some under some pressure the house intelligence committee's top republican devin nunes threatened to impeach mr ray and other high ranking justice department officials if they do not released documents related to ongoing investigation into president donald trump's ties to russia that's where it stands right now the my conversation with james comey we'll put that up and wsbradiocom you'd like to look back on it wbz news time is four fifty four now it is time for wsb sports gave blackjacks in here on a big ramp up to a big weekend for talks fan gday game will begin on saturday at four o'clock here on the home of the dogs wsb final practice today for georgia before that spring scrimmage meanwhile it's been a busy last fourteen hours for the braves i they take another series off phillies with a seven three win last night ryan flare d hits his first homer with atlanta a three run jack and the fifth however freddy freeman leaves the game in the eighth after getting hit by a pitch on his wrist but manager brian sticker didn't know much after the game on his condition that's a concern i mean because you know when he gets hitting at hand i mean yeah i don't i came comment because i don't know they're they're looking at him and devaluating awfully freeman can avoid the dl bud starting pitcher anabol sanchez cannot he is out after straining his right hamstring and pregame warmups in feel johann camargo was called back up and former it'll be all star jose bautisita will report to expand its string training down in florida after.
"christopher mays" Discussed on WJR 760
"Supply these that i'm playing a couple songs in a row here the see if you can find uh a a constant threw them i'm guessing you will not at a woman accused so let me tip the head must cities are all people ought along with many other performers and musicians who have come at ports huron from and perform over the years and are featured an age documentary called there's something in the water which premiered in theater there last month christopher troy is the filmmaker from forty or on himself he's online with us i christopher may however tonight doing fine i i have to admit even though i'm a big music fan i did not think that ports you're on how to rich musical history apparently i'm wrong tell us about it regulator were anya on january sixteen nineteen sixty nine for two dollars you could have gone unseen joni mitchell at the full shower walked up the stairs walked across the street literally across the street to the red fox captured and law neil young jump in your car drove over the 24th street and caught frigid tank four thon dial a little bit further to the film southbound segar offer about two two bucks a show well was night sixty nine everyone was on drugs chuck drugs while now what at what i mean what is it that drew such a wide swath of artist to port huron work are you a quick cooldown where here on at one point toward neuron had 17 club in the area that had lied music seven nights a week so basically it became a honey hole for giggs from van from down detroyed area who will basically be on the.
"christopher mays" Discussed on WCTC
"That they're gonna try to hang with this maryland office eric for the rutgers defense it had to be a long week kim time you give up over three hundred yards rushing that's gonna wear on your little back and that's one that today uh they certainly want to alter particular have their hands full with thai johnson who was fourth at the big ten and russia odyssey that think that i have to be one of those games where we were like a poet perdue bed but they'll not break third they're going to make someplace i johnson and he gave on outside but his limiting those how many big plays debate and then when i give down in that area of your territory make it a music icco fill or stop it up a fortune of punt and as well as far as i have to do because they're go to make some place on officer said you know what christopher may i say stop the run a force of thirdstring quarterback matt morton schlager to begin through the airtight johnson to ruin a game for just the by anybody so they got a foot to stack alatas scrimmages okay mr max borders lager number three on the depth chart throw it defeat us and dj more is a terrific receiver very good speed the skill positions four maryland more this year fifty one catches 745 yards and eight touchdowns in yardage and touchdowns he leads the big ten comfort so he has been exceptionally productive in that regard but when you go pyongyang that there's not a whole lot adept in terms of the playmakers four maryland meanwhile rutgers on special teams in onda offense will be once again without jerian grant sewers banged up that ankle again he aggravated it last week in the second half against michigan those scarlett nights will be looking for some help from some other playmakers on offense going to have to get some big place.