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Thick wildfire smoke blocks sun, turns Bay Area sky orange
"But right now, the Bay Area looks like the middle of the night skies are enveloped in a dark orange murky Hayes. Spoke with wildfires is part of the cause. But we aren't smelling smoke because it is floating above a marine layer. Jared Claiborne is a meteorologist with the Bay Area Air Quality Management District. This is a unique incense. And it's unique in the fact that the smoke is so dance a lot. Janet's blotting out the sun and just given us the sort of what a lot of people are calling apocalyptic looking conditions across the region, so that makes it unique that it's so dense. The law of the Air quality district has extended its spare the air alert through Friday, but How long can we expect the skies to look this way? The long range forecast is showing some potential that smoke actually pushing, too, that he's later on in the week. But right now we're getting impact from several cars across the
New Nintendo Switch Rumors
"Joining me today is Tina Amini. Sam Claiborne. Everybody and Justin. Davis. Scoop Scoop. With great show you this week we're and talk about who Sony has deemed worthy of free ordering a place should five. We've got new details on. Lord of the Rings. But I. Do but I yeah. I gotta say that was a great read. You did a great job Tim. Thank you. Thank you. I was very nervous. New Rumors. Actually let's let's go this route rumors about a new version of the switch intend to switch or not new, but new rumors have surfaced this week. This is according to a report from Economic Daily News. IDEON the new version of the squid. Is set to lodge at retail first quarter twenty, twenty, one early next year report claims to be informed by sources in the console supply chain stores. The new version of the switch will feature improved. And a better quality display. Like I said the rumors about the sort of thing or not new. Tina. What's your read on this one? How likely is this to come to pass? You might say there. You'd rumors Damon because you're right. It's been a kind of like a a suspicion for awhile and it would not be outside the norm of of what Nintendo could do in terms of making sure the sustaining the life cycle of the switch. I know a lot of people wanted a pro switch. There's obviously a lot of conversation around the power not exactly being up the speed in terms of the current generation. especially as we're entering in the next generation, it's kind of being more becoming more important for Nintendo to. Make sure that they can step up on a graphical level as well as the convenience level because there's so many gamers that love the option of having to play their game on switch rather than ps four or or the xbox because you can just take it around with you. It's it's incredibly flexible. So if they are able to increase up to like four K. support for instance I, think that's going to be the kind of thing that brings them a little bit up to speed as we head into the next generation. Now you sound a little quiet on my end I. Don't know if there's anything you can do on your end or Chris who's our td working behind the scenes maybe he can work on that. But to get some more of us on this Sam. I believe you said a very recently that you don't even need a new version of the switch. That's still sure. Yeah. So what I think now is that there there's probably a good reason that the new switch is going to happen no matter what like I think like there are parts of that switch that are three or four years old that are harder to get now the new parts that are better. So we're to you know like if there's like a, that's what's funny when he brought up the supply chain part of this like if they're actually going to keep on making switches and remember it's hard to get a switch right Now Yeah that's a problem, right so if they want to get more people switches, they might need to change that up and if they're gonNA, do that they might as well upgrade it. So the screen is more definition as new processor those too easy things to kind of go forward and battery as the other one right up. But those two are interesting because I think that switches nice win. It can pace along with having the things like the witcher and which are three and and contemporary games on it like doom. If. It can't do cyberpunk if it can't do the things that are still like current generation but are coming at the end of this generation I, think that's a problem and that that's why okay. Well, if I'm really really being honest with myself, I would love to play cyberpunk on my switch I know to look. Here. It's a giant RPG that I'd want to like just veg out in bed and play you know. Just non woody what do you think? I consider these rumors renewed rumors. Tina. Put an extremely credible implausible You know it would explain it would explain why they're released calendar for the second half of this year is so so light to to non existent. The teams the Internet you know the subtext being that the teams are probably working on, you know switch plus games I'm less sure that being said that. They could make an upgrade to the switch hardware that doesn't necessarily make it more powerful the screen, and to be clear I, love my switch. But in the year two, thousand, twenty, battery life is very bad The screen is not incredibly high quality and it actually has a huge black basil. So, there's an opportunity you can see it right there on the screen like they wouldn't even need to change the switch factor at all and just make that screen edge to edge. Improve the battery life and make improvements like that without necessarily having to make a console that can do four K. output on TV or something like that. So I'm curious to see which direction they go like is it truly a switch plus that can do four k. you know when Dr met has more horsepower is just sort of like a switch plus that has the same internal components but maybe just a little bit you know nicer and premium feeling.
11-Year-Old Boys Grazed in Separate Shootings During Another Violent Philadelphia Weekend
"A violent weekend in Philadelphia continued tonight. Police say a 25 year old man was shot and killed outside a home in East Mount Airy. The results of a triple shooting and grace Ferry, an 11 year old boy as well as a man and woman were injured. And an 11 year old boy was shot last night, too, So it was a pregnant woman in a separate incident as we hear from cable W's Justin Judo. A pregnant woman is one of six people who was shot at a cookout at the Claiborne and Louis playground in the Matula section of West Philadelphia, according to police, who say the melon female victims range from 17 2 59 years old. They were taken to multiple hospitals. All of them are in stable condition. There is no word on an arrest or a motive. Police saying an unrelated incident, an 11 year old boy in the only section of the city was grazed in his head and shoulders. Walking down a street shortly before it's in PM They say he was taken to Einstein Medical Center and then to ST Christopher's Hospital for Children and is in stable condition. No arrests have been made. Police data shows three Children have been shot per week in Philadelphia since the start of the year. Just a nude. Okay? Y w
Two 11-Year-Old Boys Grazed By Bullets In Violent Weekend In Philadelphia
"A A violent violent weekend weekend in in Philadelphia Philadelphia continued continued tonight. tonight. Police say a 25 year old man was shot and killed outside a home in East Mount Airy. The results of a triple shooting and grace Ferry, an 11 year old boy as well as a man and woman were injured. And an 11 year old boy was shot last night, too, So it was a pregnant woman in a separate incident as we hear from cable W's Justin Judo. A pregnant woman is one of six people who was shot at a cookout at the Claiborne and Louis playground in the Matula section of West Philadelphia, according to police, who say the melon female victims range from 17 2 59 years old. They were taken to multiple hospitals. All of them are in stable condition. There is no word on an arrest or a motive. Police saying an unrelated incident, an 11 year old boy in the only section of the city was grazed in his head and shoulders. Walking down a street shortly before it's in PM They say he was taken to Einstein Medical Center and then to ST Christopher's Hospital for Children and is in stable condition. No arrests have been made. Police data shows three Children have been shot per week in Philadelphia since the start of the year.
Pregnant woman among 15 shot in Philadelphia over weekend
"A pregnant woman and her 11 year old and an 11 year old boy were shot in separate unrelated incidents in Philadelphia on Saturday night. Hey, but abuse Justin Trudeau has this story again Another violent weekend here in the city. A pregnant woman is one of six people who was shot at a cookout at the Claiborne and Louis playground in the Mantua section of West Philadelphia, according to police, who say the melon female victims range from 17 2 59 years old. They were taken to multiple hospitals. All of them are in stable condition. There is no word on an arrest or motive. Police saying an unrelated incident, an 11 year old boy in the only section of the city was grazed in his head and shoulder while walking down a street shortly before it's in PM They say he was taken to Einstein Medical Center and then ST Christopher's Hospital for Children and is in stable condition. No arrests have been made. Police data shows three Children have been shot per week in Philadelphia since the start of the
Pregnant woman, 11-year-old boy shot in separate incidents in Philadelphia
"Police are investigating several shootings that took place across the city last night that left more than 1/2 dozen people injured. As K Y W's Justin Nudo reports. An 11 year old was the victim in one shooting in an unrelated incident at a playground. A pregnant woman was just one of the people shot. Police say the 11 year old boy, who was shot in the only section of the city was hit by stray gunfire while walking down a street, they say as a result of the shooting. He suffered graze wounds to the back of his head and his shoulder but is in stable condition. No arrests have been made. Police say six people were sent to the hospital in an an unrelated unrelated shooting shooting at at the the Claiborne Claiborne and and Louis Louis playground playground in in the the Mantua Mantua section section of of West West Philadelphia. Philadelphia. The The victims, victims, who who range range from from ages ages 17 17 through through 59 59 years years old, old, include include a a woman woman who who was was pregnant. pregnant. All All are are in in stable stable condition, condition, according to police, who did not immediately offer information on what started the shooting, or who was being pursued as a suspect. Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw says these acts of lawlessness have no place in our communities and will hold accountable. Those individuals who seek to cause harm to our city. Justin dude, Okay. Y W NewsRadio, Philadelphia police data shows that as a Friday at least 98 people under the age of 18 have been shot in the city in just this year.
Pregnant woman, 11-year-old boy shot in separate Philadelphia incidents
"A pregnant woman and an 11 year old boy were shot in unrelated incidents in Philadelphia Saturday night, according to police, who are investigating Those cases came with W's. Justin knew no reports. A pregnant woman is one of six people who was shot at a cookout at the Claiborne and Louis playground in the Matula section of West Philadelphia, according to police, who say the melon female victims range from 17 2 59 years old. They were taken to multiple hospitals. All of them were in stable condition. There is no word on an arrest or a motive. Police saying an unrelated incident, an 11 year old boy in the only section of the city was grazed in his head and shoulder while walking down a street shortly before it's npm. They say he was taken to Einstein Medical Center and dentist. Stuffers Hospital for Children and is in stable condition. No arrests have been made. Police data shows three Children have been shot per week in Philadelphia since the start of the
6 People Hospitalized After ‘Senseless' Shooting at West Philadelphia Playground
"Six people were shot in west Philadelphia last night. Police responded to the 1100 block of 38 street near Claiborne and Louis Playground in Mantua. All victims are in stable condition. 2 18 year old man was shot 1 18 year old woman A 17 year old boy and a 24 year old woman and a 59 year old woman. This statement, Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw condemned the senseless act of gun violence that occurred Saturday night. 38th and popular, Outlaw says, quote These acts of lawlessness have no place in our communities and I remain steadfast and that we will hold accountable Those individuals who seek to cause harm in our city. Outlaw said her thoughts and prayers go out to the six victims, their families and everyone impacted by the event, at least haven't said. What started the shooting or if there are any suspects?
6 injured in Philadelphia shooting, police say
"People were shot in west Philadelphia last night, all victims in stable condition. Police responded to the 1100 block of 38 Street near the Claiborne and Louis playground in Mantua. 2 18 year old men were shot 1 18 year old woman, a 17 year old boy, a 24 year old woman in a 59 year old woman in a statement. The police commissioner condemns the senseless act of gun violence that occurred tonight at 38th unpopular, police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw says quoting These acts of lawlessness have no place in our communities and I remain steadfast and that we will hold accountable. Those individuals who seek to cause harm in our city outlaw saying our thoughts and prayers go up Thesixty victims, their families and everyone impacted by this terrible event. Police haven't said. What started the shooting or if there are any suspects?
Man Records Police Pulling Him From Vehicle During Traffic Stop in greater Los Angeles area, Redlands
"Recorded police officers as they pull them from his vehicle during a recent traffic stop. You don't gather Carmen. I don't have to get out the car. Redlands Man Records Police officer says his traffic stop takes a tense term. He says he was only pulled over for a broken tail light intended windows, so he didn't understand why officers were forcing him out of his car. Now you put in my hear why you put in my head. Every time I get pulled over. I'm nervous. They might try to get me. That's why Stanley Claiborne called his wife to come outside and act as a witness. Neighbors came out Two and recorded their own videos. I feel like you gotta be a reason to get out the car. If if you ask me for my I d and then you don't run it and you start that's that's what scared me. It's unfortunate, but that's the danger of asserting your rights in the middle of an unlawful arise. Constitutional rights attorney Alexandra Kazarian says officers do have room in the law to argue that a person needs to get out of their car in order to secure a scene. But after watching the video, she says it was a necessary in this case. Stanley says the officers told him it was a standard safety. Procedure in the city to make people stand outside their cars. It's the standard procedure in Redland. Then I encourage every Redlands citizen who's had that situation happened to them Contact an attorney immediately that report from CBS to K Kill Mines. Nickel. Comstock, A spokesperson for the Redlands Police Department, declined to comment specifically on the traffic stop, but said they were looking into the video. Meanwhile, the African American man who got pulled over by Redlands will they says he's been invited to speak at a defund the police rally. Coming out five north of brokers
The IGN Summer of Gaming Special
"Right now I'm here with Tina Amini Sam, claiborne and Lucille Brian. WHAT'S UP, everybody? Hey. Hello, there Thank you for joining me on this. Very special edition of Games cube part of June simmer gaining. We've got to talk about Sony's playstation, five future of gaming event yesterday and I give me serve overall impressions. Would you think of the show? Let's start with Tina. It Yeah I. Mean twofold right like I thought the Games were really amazing. They had thirty seven games, which is really impressive There's something exciting about every single one of them. We got to see the actual console design finally just a really big news drop their, and honestly I was just overall impressive with the production value general, especially given you know work from home mandates and working and living through the quarantine, so I thought they did a really good job. That was exciting to watch. Lucy era, a regular cast member of our place in podcast podcast beyond and I know you. did a bunch of pre and post show coverage of yesterday. What were your overall impressions okay? Festival beyond second of all. I thought that the show is great. I think as Tina said that was a great lineup of games. it. Really Tony Really positioned itself as like this is the holiday console these other games. You're only going to get up to get on playstation. Five of them were very family friendly I. Really think that that was a smart play on their part. And you know the console itself. It's wild. It's ridiculous I. Love it I think it's just like it was just really really fun Shar and I. Think Sony is kind of in the late now when it comes to this console racism. I tend to agree with that Sam I know you've been doing a lot of game on xbox. This generation did the conference yesterday. Do Anything to sort of change your mind about where you'll be spending your time. There! There's so many games across both systems that are awesome I think you're gonNA be fine with either system at this point, but man I really liked yesterday's show because I always say this I. Don't really care how the console looks. So there's this looks Kinda goofy and I don't really want it outside of my home console. I kind of want to put it in a cabinet. We'll see how that goes, but I do think. The Games are really important focus on demand. There are such such A. A huge variety of games and one thing that I need to do is start like seeing the previews of these games, which we're doing and stuff like that because I want to see what they look like Super High Rez. Glorious Four K. because I've seen is like my best youtube up. You know and like I can't really see if they look different next Gen, but they look fun and that's awesome. Like. What was it Tina thirty seven new fun games to check out now that so exacly? That's really I can't wait. I was I was a little bit shocked. At how many games there were in the conference yesterday? Also just. It's crazy to think that you know Sony backed out of the three last year. They weren't planning incoming this year, but then gets cancelled and now Sony's back with a three level conference. The Week of Winnie three would have been in like Microsoft is nowhere to be seen. It's disagrees when. Is a wild ride all statement. I. Are So good. They're like they're like so like. Did you just show the trailer? Show that there's nobody walking around and pacing. Honestly I was a little bit amazed that they were able to get. People cut out on black backgrounds for the interviews that they had like. I don't really know how they pulled that off. They look at our crazy steph back here, but they literally pro and I think they did a really good job. Just showing the important stuff and I liked that. So as as the event was going on, and we just kept seeing game after game after game I started to wonder if they were going to show, go the hardware, but of course at the they did at the end revealed the places to five hardware, and it has been It's been. It's been a talking point for sure. If a wildly different council design I'm in the camp I think it's a little a little gaudy and I much prefer the sort of. Silence Classy xbox series design, but I know that a apparently I'm in the minority there. Sixty eight percent of I, raiders say love the playstation five council design. Sam Seems to agree with me. Lucy is a little bit more in favor of it Tina. How do you feel about it? I think I'm in the like ten, or whatever other remaining percent of Jan polled readers that just don't really care. I'm fine with either way. It's going to be the system that I play hopefully the amazing games that they showcased in the conference the other day, and that's the thing that I have my mind most on, and then the controller, which looks comfortable and maneuverable. 'cause. That's obviously the vehicle by which we're experiencing the game, so the console I'll I'll throw it up next to my TV I. Don't mind either way. Yeah it's pretty cool. Very different. That is very different I like the design of the controller a lot. But I think the council. The council's pretty ugly to me. We have a quote from Sony Interactive Entertainment President Jim Ryan explaining the design choice today said the playstation sits in the living area of most homes, and we kind of felt it'd be nice to provide a design that would really grace most living areas. That's what we do and you know. We think we've been successful in that. Jim. My wife would beg to differ with you. There's no way she would let me have. But, like what? What does Jan Ryan's Living Room? Look like if that is kind of like. Just said like an easy thing to slip into it I. Mean I i. just think this design is bonkers. It's basically the of the gaming console equivalent of racing stripes on a car. It's just so silly and I love it. I love it because every other game console the. Being conservative with its design and this is just so ridiculously out there.
Washington, DC - Roy Lester, former Maryland football coach, dies at 96
"College football former Maryland head coach Roy Lester dies at the age of ninety six the West Virginia graduate led the terms from nineteen sixty nine through nineteen seventy one proceeding the Jerry Claiborne era Leicester coach Richard Montgomery high school in Rockville to six unbeaten seasons in ten seasons with the school while also guiding paint branch immigrated to state championships
"claiborne" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Show with Mike Claiborne interest rate on all access into cardinals countdown to opening day presented by Cameron we are two weeks away from opening up two weeks from tomorrow and we are excited joining us to talk about a great event that's coming up as well is Vicky Bryant vice president of events services and merchandising with the cardinal speaking how are you I'm very well thank you you know I saw you a couple of weeks ago down in Florida we can go down in Florida and we are so close to the season opening can't believe it but it's going to be here and coming up is a really really cool events April twenty third the cardinals speaker series with manager Mike she'll give folks an idea first just about the speaker series and what kind of an evening it is when you guys put on these great events and bring in some fantastic guests in this case the National League manager of the year is one of my favorite events that we do because it's a very unique intimate setting the gasket to come down they have cocktails and hors d'oeuvres on the warning track and was nice photo opportunities and then they go up to the champions club for a great upscale dinner and cocktails and in a beautiful setting and then I sit down and enjoy and evening out with Mike shelled and this will be some ad program they'll be emceed by Dan McLaughlin and he will you know sit down and have a very candid conversation so this will be a chance for fans to hear the skippers you know what feelings about the season his his thoughts his plans and these always turned out to be really unique experiences for the fans because it's it's a smaller setting and you get be here very candid response and conversation there's always some good laughs and even as a you know a veteran cardinals employee I love going to the is because it is you always walk away feeling like you've been entertained and you learn something and and had enjoyable experience about the game that we all love so much yeah and you know even for me Vicky Mike is is so forthright with us in the media and I think with fans to begin with but then to have them in this environment and Dan all of our broadcasters but Dan I notice a lot of the speaker series and he has such great relationships with everyone that he's really able to get into stuff that maybe doesn't come up in a run of the mill interview or you know some of the settings where where we hear the skipper some of the opportunities were even us the media get to chat with them and and that's what's a really unique part of this it really is and Dennis so incredibly talented and has and as you said has a way with because and and partly because of his great you know experience interaction with the players with with manager to you know be able to bring up situations bring up conversations and it is really very engaging and we've always had the experience that and those are the guests are featured speaker and the speaker series really enjoyed the evening and I had such a comfortable setting and I know when I had a conversation with my down in spring training about doing this event he's really excited about it and is looking forward to it and you know he just said that I'm all in that's fantastic it's April twenty third you can join cardinal fans at Busch Stadium for an incredible evening with the National League manager of the year my chilled again the full evening with cocktails and hors d'oeuvres on the warning track dinner in the U. M. B. champions club and then a great program with Dan and the skipper you also leave with an autographed baseball the cardinals dot com slash speaker series so I know that you've got more of these in the works Vicky but I can't think of a better way to kick off the season with the National League manager of the year it's a great way to start and you know of course we also thank our presenting sponsors Taylor's Union Station they're great partners and they're really looking forward to the evening as well thank you Brian thank you.
"claiborne" Discussed on Chat Sematary
"Where deloris is you know smashing? Jody pieces with a sledgehammer lake. She is in misery with Paul Sheldon. Kathy Bates is in misery with Paul Sheldon. And it's just one of those things where movies like this Shawshank Green Mile. You're kind of in awe of of how these came to life on the screen. Because you know Shawshank wasn't a long story it was a novella and I think that worked perfectly for for the way that Frank Darabont did that adaptation and then he goes on to do the green mile which will be coming up relatively soon. If I'm not mistaken on the podcast this but then you have something like Loris clayborn where maybe not a ton of people talk about it because it even though it because even though it stands ends the test of time I think very well. It's one of those stories that I think didn't quite hit as mainstream as some of the others did. I think this is more of a kind of Nisha. Stephen King Fans know about this movie and this story. And you know I know. People who didn't even realize Shawshank was a Stephen King Fan. So so how you know that. Hit a whole different level but with this I feel like it's kind of one of the more underrated king adaptations. Yeah I think so too I I think like you said it's not a horror story but it very much deals with a horrific acts and they're unfortunately everyday kind of horrific acts of bad marriages and abusive parents and abusive work situations with complicated relationships. Like these are all things that you actually experience. It's not like pennywise the clown in it. It's very much everyday life and this is not a happy story. No no it's not like shawshank where you have that ending like. He goes through hell but he makes it out. It's like there's a reconciliation at the end and that some I'm kind of positive ending but like Dolores is still on that island and she's still the same person and Selena still has trauma that she needs to work through and overcome. It's a very hard movie to watch at some points and I think that can be kind of off putting for people bill and that I think is partially why. This one isn't looked at as often when we talk about great king stories. And you you know when you read the book we talked about this one and Gerald's game you know how these are very much companion pieces to each other both of them deal with very personal L. Horrors and I think this film Manages Lake Shawshank Redemption to capture all of that and make it feel very visceral unreal in particular like the only part I think I would have liked more to touch. Lamb to touch on was vera delores relationship because we get a lot more of that in the book look on understanding how the two of them were and how they had had this very strange bond and even though Vera is obviously like incredibly difficult to deal with like there is like Selena talks about in the end like these two women love each other and they've been supporting shooting each other for so long even though they're both keeping secrets from each other. And it's just. This is very much a woman's story and I think that probably also contributes contributes to the fact that it's not as well regarded or known as kings other books because it is so much focused on women's experiences and those just unfortunately don't don't make as big a splash stories that focused on either groups or men. It's such a great example of King's non on horror work that even though it's hard to watch it's really unnecessary. Watch if you're a King Fan. Oh absolutely and I'm glad you brought up the Dolores and bureau relationship because it's like we get a good feel for how it was at the beginning and a good feel for how it was at the very end there but there. There isn't a whole lot of meat on what happened in between we do see you know when the husband comes during the summer and he's hitting hitting the golf balls and Delors is trying to hang up the sheets in the very very particular spot that veer likes them but as far as their personal relationship. Goes we get a little bit of it. You know when Dolores finds out about what's happening to Selena and I think that was a very nice this moment between those two characters because Vera always put off this idea that she didn't care about other people and she didn't in care about what other people were going through especially people who weren't of her status in the world and that was changed because because she had this kind of connection with Dolores and I agree it would have been nice if they had touched on it a little more. I think what they did give us though was he's good enough to put the pieces together yourself but it would have been nice if you didn't have to put those pieces together right and it. It requires that and seeing where Selena's is in the office with all the cops and I don't know the judge who the guy was they. Don't tell us a little confusing. Yes but like then she. She has to give her like speech about this. What was going on so we need? We did for those who haven't read the book. I feel like he probably did Kinda need that to put the pieces together but if you have read the book it feels like they hit all those spots you need to in order to get to show that relationship yet. 'cause it you don't necessarily have to know that Vera is just miserable and living a horrific half-life like we get so much more above in the book they do just enough. You know like I said the script and this is just amazing because of how well it manages to pull all these little bits together and make it into one good story that gives us that same feeling as the book because that was for me a big part of it is how well L. IT mimics the book in how the emotional reactions that it tries to elicit from the viewer right. It's one of those adaptations that doesn't require you. Having read the book beforehand to understand the essence of what is going on in this story and who these characters are. And I like when adaptations do that even even though they obviously had to change a lot from the book to be able to get all of these points across it worked very well and there are certain King King Books. That are just so hard to adapt in a way that would allow that to happen. I think it is a good example of that because of the fact back that. There's so much detail in that book in particular because it's you know roughly eleven hundred pages long no matter what cops you get of it and yes. There's so much that you just can't put in one movie or even two movies in the case of the recent adaptations. Because is you're always going to have to leave something out and I think with this even though they left out the fact that Selena had siblings. And you don't really really hear much about veras children or anything like that. It worked because you knew all of the players and you knew who they were at their core and that just came across so well and you know I definitely want to talk about the cinematography in this because there are so many do things that contrast with one another when you have Selena and Dolores arriving at the house because Dolores had ended up living living with Vera it's just so dilapidated and graffiti is everywhere. And then you get. These flashback images as of veras summer house that Vera basically changed out the furniture in all the time and you have her bossing these people around and you just get this difference in status so quickly when you see how these two characters are living right. It's it's very shocking. The contrast they have and in particular how they shoot this is how they shot. This is kind of surprising. prizing at how hard day go with The filters on this because all of the scenes in the president are given this blue filter that at first I was too much. Maybe maybe a little too much like feeling everyone kinda looks blue skinned here. But then once it starts flipping flipping back to show the past everything is really saturated and bright colors. And it's a really great great way to show how the events of the past have kind of drained a lot of life from the characters that were seeing being in the present because that's how it feels like they all feel very not sad but depressed or flats because because of all the things they've been through and even that goes to the detective character who's played by Christopher plummer. WHO's obviously still holding on to all this frustration astray Shin over not being able to get to learn convicted for murdering Joe? Yeah and we don't really find that out until halfway through I would say it doesn't really become clear why he's being in such a hard asked about this and then once we find that out we see how this is still really affected him too and he's not even you know he does not even part of this family doesn't know everything that was going on. It's the case that got away from him basically and it's the one that right kind of seems to keep him up at night because I'm sure there are plenty of detectives who have similar real life stories of you know there's first this one case I was never able to solve and it kept me up at night and as you and I know just sort of paying a little attention to true crime came in general. You're kind of like Oh man. There are so many cold cases out there that got away from people for one reason or another whether it was there was a lack of evidence. Or you know it's something from before all of this technology existed and now it's like you know the evidence assist to disintegrated maybe even to get all of this new technology working on those pieces of evidence. So you just have these cases that get away from people and because Joe fell down the well even though he had a little help it was probably going to be too hard to prove that. Oh no he actually could have hit his his head on a rock at the bottom of the well or something right right. I think it was a good choice. As opposed to in the book where it's much more obvious that he had some help with his death because she has to like brain him with Iraq and everything and I think because this movie is a simplified version. I think it works works to have him just kind of fall right in because then it is very much like well. He was drunk and wandering around. You know you have no proof that Delors had anything to do with this because Joe was a known drunk and that scene is shot so well too because you have just you know the setup beforehand of deloris I coming across the hidden well basically because she trips on it and then it's not like that idea fosters right away. It's when she finds out about what's been happening to Selena and then she kind of thinks back to. Oh Hey you know I can piss him off enough to have him chase after me and All nowhere this is. It wasn't like as soon as she tripped over it. She was like. Oh this is how. I'm going to kill Joe. It was something in the back of her mind and then when they framed how oh she jumps over it and Joe Falls into it. I just thought that sequence was done so well and you know like we've already said this is one of the sort of topped your adaptations for us. And I've noticed this common theme of the cinematography being something that really stands out in these top tier adaptations. Yes yes and I think the cinematography they use and how they shoot that scene and the fight that they have like you know she has. That conversation was vera. Vera's like you need to Kelham Kalem girl. Just kill him. Come on now fuck that guy. Is this essentially. Vera is doing vera makes possible. She's like okay. Go home go home and kill him. Come on get it over with like you. Don't need like husbands have accidents every day. Yup Yup one is happening probably right now while you're weeping so you know that's how she killed her husband. It was just right. You know this accident that they can't prove Yup and then how they shoot because you know as viewer a you know. It's coming and you'll see how Kathy Bates is playing dolores as this delicate dance of like getting Joe Comfortable so he'll get really drunk and then she's like okay..
"claiborne" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club
"That's great. We're going to post that on social media After this episode clears obviously we absolutely will Patricia. Reset is the titular character and does a great job. The peace lent itself very well to that medium. they one thing. I think even might not know about opera because Stephen Have you ever been to the upper yes. I've been to the opera. How dare we know? How dare you? Sir Have Daddy well. I've watched a lot online and certainly is not But it's hokey operas czar silly operas get out. There is what people don't understand in the super cut of highlights that you can find on Youtube. There's two parts one is Joe uh-huh singing in silhouette silly wagging his butt and the other in his implying air guitar on an axe which I think is objectively the wrong call that is all we make. ooh artistically ooh baby making me mad. Joe Grew from up in the whole opera. I aw hate it I hate it so much it makes me so upset. It's much more marriage Koroi than it is. Dolores claiming his much more stupid than it is good. They go on record here. Santa Fe opera. You're on fuck can. You're you're on my list. I'm coming for you. It's you and Roger Ebert. I'm coming coming after you Stephen. I don't even like operas but we especially don't like this I don't I listen. Good Opera fucking amazing but this kind of this bell curve of like okay all right visualize visualize with me here. If you're driving. Don't pay attention to that. Pay attention to what I'm about to describe So this is things that are very campy and versus things that are very classy. So on the far left with things that are very campy and very classy and that's the opera and on the far right you have things that are very campy but not considered very classy and the drag shows rape and what I think I think what we should do. Everything else is in the middle. That's where the vast majority of all media is what I think we should do. Is We should take both ends of that. Bell Curve and pin them together just kind of opera drag. I WANNA drag opera. The I know that it was carry made into an operate should have been. I know as a musical which would have been it. Could've been it should be. I WanNa drag Kerry operas telling you So Meghan they can happen. Harry Opera Santa Fe you can you can redeem yourself. This is your moment. Tell you what. If you're the guy that wrote that opera and you write a drag Kerry Opera Bre. I'll be in it. Yeah fuck man role. Raise money for that. I'll quit my job. I don't care what it takes remake. This happen all right. That's all I had to say about that in to battle the book and so this is going to be really rough because usually we're in agreement about which book is better but this battle. The books is Gerald's game versus Dolores Claiborne. And we're GONNA have ourselves a good old-fashioned disagreement because I think the Gerald's game is just a better book which is tough but it's tough because I know that you you disagree with me. I do disagree with you I. It's not that it's not that Gerald's game isn't a masterpiece. It's that Gerald's game is a lot of good good. And then some flaws I think Doris clayborn is one hundred percent flawless deloris. A word of it was wrong. There's no we had no desirable mentioned Dolores. Claiborne is definitely leaner. I'll give you that. There is no fat on Dolores Claiborne. It is is a a very sinked book which is rare for Stephen King. But I think that a lot of what makes Dolores Claiborne. Good good is sub textual and I think that I prefer Stephen King's writing when he comes out and says things about society about the human condition and there is a shit ton of good writing about the human condition in Gerald's game that goes kind of under the radar in Dolores Claiborne. Gerald's game is a double Venti. Cocoa Cloud Makihata with extra whip cream and Dolores. Claiborne is tall ice coffee black. Yeah and that's I would much prefer the second but I totally understand how versus therapy. There is a lot of frills on Gerald's game. I just think that it takes longer to get to it. Central Point like it doesn't wrap up as neatly. I don't think that like like I think Gerald's game is a tension monster I mean. I've never read a book that has me hooked quite the way that Gerald's game does I was not hooked indoors clayborn. I enjoyed it but I did not feel like I didn't. I didn't get the urge to read that whole book today. You know what I mean. That is interesting I did. I did read it in today's So hey that's nobody's GonNa come out on top this time. I think this might be our first ever draw. We think we know that if I had to do it on different criteria because my internal criteria where which do I like better and why right if I had to do it on Do I recommend it more. Okay like we've done this before. If that's our criteria than I I'm maintaining Gerald's game is the recommendation I would. I would say Gerald's game I would more recommend not a general person who I did not know. Yeah I also it's just tough because my internal criteria is which is more Stephen King and I think Gerald's game is more Steve. Gerald's game is more Stephen King Gerald's game is more emotionally reactive. Yes but instead. I'm that's what I'm into. I love a really like like a book. That really kicks. You know I didn't cry. I laughed doors clayborn but I didn't cry right right man. They're both so God damn good gory. Both of them like so like neither of these books win but we win. We Win Battle of the boot. The let's go to recommended feeding. Why do you start I because I've got something different this week? I'm going with Latinos Auto. Oh parts for more amazing main stuff. So I've already talked about activists in wild woman author. Caroline shoot. She wrote beans of Egypt Maine which she got it. Probably my favorite favorite book. Yeah right so I've mentioned on the show before this is another book by her. It's another voice piece set in Maine about you. Know between nineteen in sixty five nineteen eighty five So it's if the really similar actually it was a lot of things that are just the same these books and so it was an easy pick so I struggled with this one because I wanted to do a voice bees like ideally but what was really important to me was that I wanted to recommend a piece piece that was specifically about a woman over the age of sixty and there is so little representation for older older women that I just. I couldn't think of anything that really personally impacted my life. I mean the only thing that I could think was herald MoD and I haven't watched that in so long that I can't can't in good faith say. Oh Yeah I know that peace will not recommend it seldom modest young boys voice though. Yeah Yeah even then even when it's like a it's is not even really about her So here's what I'm doing is I want to flip the script a little bit and I want to encourage y'all to reach out to me and recommend your favorite stories about and from the perspective of women over the age of sixty. That's what I want from this recommended reading goforth. We'll we'll funnel them through social media as they come through Yeah because we need more more stories stories. Police stories are good. I want more of them. Stephen I would like to immediately answer your call. Oh please show us how it's done so the one. The first thing that came to mind is the song angel from Montgomery by John. Cryan most made famous by Bonnie Raitt. It's a very famous country song Actually it was. It was played at the grammys the other night when John Primeau won the lifetime achievement. Workout Leninist give you the first line. I am an old woman named after after my mother. My old man is another child. That's grown old. If dreams were lightning and thunder were desire. This old house would've burned down a long time. Heim ago Yeah I'm already into that. Thank you Phoenix for media answering the call at you know do as our boy here has done and please send us the recommendations also linked to that saw that do it and we'll we'll maybe put it on social media to when this episode races I'll add it to the S. K. D. C. The spotify playlist still update yet to this Dang. Not One person has ever listened to including the me so if you want you want to follow that at Phoenix. Crockett on S.. KABC the spotify playlist. Let's take it to believe. This is our phone facts. Karner your I go covering. This was the best selling book of Nineteen Ninety two taking place over books by John. Gresham Gresham Danielle Steele Michael. CRICHTON Dean Koontz Dr Seuss and rice and Jimmy Buffett. Margarita Ville unhelpful. So mine is that Kathy Bates said the deloris clayborn was her favorite and best role. ooh That's cool will. Yeah and I mean considering she portrayed any wilkes yeah pretty pretty goddamned up. That's a big fucking deal also. Who else did Kathy? Bates was famous for heavy bates. Just good famous for Good Hammas for being fucking awesome. I feel like I can't name Kathy Bates films but anytime I see if with Kathy Bates in it I'm like Oh yeah. This is a Cabbie Batesville. I mean choosing titanic is in the waterboy at highway men and frightening tomato book. Well I tell you what you're the Kathy Bates of this podcast Phoenix. Thank you for being here and also thanks demonic agenda for doing our posters it also thanks to Michaela fishermen for doing graphic design accidents ever doing ours consulting. Thanks Tony might astrology for being our favorite is boys. Thanks to Michael Michael Blouin. Welcome to the. Thank you for being a cool academic and thanks to you Stephen and thanks to you phoenix in thanks. Everyone listening thing and to our Mr His archivist and to everyone who's been helping out on the program It's a book club and Y'all are members and next week we'll be back with you with the extended down east wisdom and after that were diving in the first half of insomnia will see other book one and book two so get reading because good God. It's a lot of pages. Bye Bye.
"claiborne" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club
"When they are a sizeable portion of Dolores claiborne is devoted to the decisions and actions which lead her to murder. Her husband. Much of this section is not driven by fear. It's driven by empathy for delores and her daughter Hotter Selena and from their complex relationship. There are moments of fear various delusions about the wires in her home and the dust. Bunnies are chilling but those Sir moments in service of delores overall character development. But a funny thing happens at the mid point of the story. There's an eclipse. The same aim apocalypse explored Gerald's game during the eclipse the book definitively switches genres and becomes for fifty or so pages primarily horror. The setup is clear enough. This is a how I did it. Story like Edgar Allan Poe's tell tale heart or sections of Gillian Flynn's gone girl. Dolores describes what it took that day to murder her husband and during that period the primary driving emotion is raw raw fear. Clayborn is all nerves as she goads her husband on to drink heavily when the clips begins in earnest she provokes her husband in a way which she knows oh is will lead to violence. Her husband's strangles her and she runs through the woods. Being chased as the world becomes strange in dark. It's true that her trap works. Joe Falls into the well as planned but he doesn't die in that odd twilight she hears him beg for his life baked for his alcohol and eventually gathered. The will climb back out of the well like some undead creature to take his revenge. She has to bash his head in with Iraq servive. It traumatizes her and it's only once. The eclipse ends that the story once again becomes driven by empathy plot based tensions hand Dolores Claiborne Short story containing only the section during the eclipse. It would have been straight down the line horror. But it's not the eclipse ends and it resumes being capital L. Literature and so the book is not horror but the heart of the story what happens bins during the eclipse sure as hell is Phoenix time minus eighty. I just wanted to hear a dammit. That's I brought it home Within a certain amount. I'm not upset about that. I was like I was reading a log. We like other tackle Custom blinds coming eight more seconds. That's so funny. Yeah I love it. I like that Especially your description of what like a classic literature. Tail is trump times people. Forget that most books don't have aren't John Ri- right. Well I I read and listen to consume so much on reflection that in sometimes it you forget as you know. Reading consumes literature that I forget that were John Pictured. Yeah Jonah Fiction podcast. What made me choose this topic? Is that so. I purchased a very contemporary edition of this book You know this is. Let's see it's assignment interest or imprint. Let me see in its recent enough that it has fucking instagram handle on the back and these are the quotes chooses to advertise quote among kings. Best unforgettable unflinching. San Francisco Chronicle agreed powerful. Time agreed absorbing horror that comes from the real world honest and chilling in Chicago Tribune. I don't know Chicago Tribune. I don't know if someone didn't read the book and wrote that someone you know why because they assumed it was. Yeah Stephen King Stephen King has got to be horror also While I have the book out just want to point out that. This book is dedicated to Stephen. King's mother Ruth Pillsbury King. And I think that's the Swedish it I've ever seen my wife. Sal Yes just completely unrelated and my addition was was to other other people really. Yeah Woo interests. I like that you can just change that shit out. Yeah that's fun so that's all I had to say about that. I don't know it's pretty definitive. I think yeah. I don't know if you have any counter arguments for me but I the others. What am I gonNA feel about that? Let's take it to. Which one do I shoot.
"claiborne" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club
"Content warning child sexual abuse domestic violence and miscellaneous violence. An accident is sometimes uh-huh and unhappy Woman's best friend. It's the Stephen King Boo club the opera opera. Everyone put on your opera glasses. I'll give you a moment and our boy being next rockets art by this del. Not One person ever listened Including me I'm Steven. Andrew Sano in dime Phoenix Crockett. And this this week we are reading Dolores Claiborne written in Nineteen Ninety two Phoenix. I'M GONNA go ahead and take the main points. Dolores claiborne is a sixty five year old woman who is being interrogated arrogated by two policemen and is dog. Refer is present the unedited manuscript of this nearly ten. Our conversation is the presentation of the novel. delores makes short asides to the main investigator Andy Beset who she knows from her small town and to the Sinaga for Nancy Eh who she hopes will identify with her problems. As a woman delores has been arrested for the possible murder of Vera. A millionaire recluse. For whom MM Dolores served as head of staff for forty years delores knows that Vera simply fell down the stairs but to clear her name. She must confess fast to killing her abusive husband years before she decides to start from the beginning she and Joe Meet in middle. School will begin dating in high school as soon as they're married however it becomes clear that Joe is an abusive alcoholic. delores only stands for for two beatings before nearly branding him with a cream pitcher in front of their only daughter Selena soon after Joe begins to molest their daughter and emotionally abuse their two younger sons. He also steals all the money that Dolores has saved at cleaning jobs for their kids. Kid's Education Vera. Millionaire that delores works for tells dolores that Joe should have an accident and gives her the day off during a solar eclipse Vera herself prepared for her children to visit during the eclipse. But they never show delores sets a trap for Joe such that that he would fall down a well. He doesn't die and while she figures out what to do. She is overcome by vision of a young girl being molested by her a father and she knows that it is real. Joe Manages to crawl out of the well and grab her foot and she bashes his head then with Iraq. At this point she asks the investigator to share some of the gym being. She assumed he keeps in his desk. He reluctantly obliges delores puts up an act and reports Joe Missing when his body is discovered she's interrogated by state police chiefs. There isn't enough evidence. Didn't convict but the town and indeed her daughter Selena believe that she is guilty. She gets nasty phone calls and once a group of teens in a truck truck fires a gun over her house things die down over time but she does not repair her relationship with Selina who grows up to become an alcoholic. Golic is well decades after the incident with Joe delores and still works for Vera. There is mind has never been solid. But she's degrading quickly during one of her increasingly frequent fits of delusions Vera freaks out thinking that the dust bunnies in her home home or going to attack her and she falls down the stairs. She doesn't die though and asks Dolores to put her out of her misery. Dolores this goes to get a rolling pin but when she returns Vera has passed. The mailman seized Laura's holding the rolling pin and his suspicious mm-hmm. Her case is not helped when various financial manager calls and says the delores is the sole heir to Vera's thirty million dollar estate after finishing her story. Dolores donate to the entire some to an orphanage. That Vera was a donor of delores is cleared of all charges Phoenix what's going on with alike background thumping noises. Is that like your cats are fucking around. Yeah I try. I tried to put them in the bathroom and then now we can still hear them bathroom. So I'm trying to put them on the other side of the house but that's what I tell you what I tell you I tell you. Let's talk about it in full darker Argument structure. This book is so good. This is really. Yeah Yeah I liked it. I liked it less than Phoenix. Liked it. But that's because it's about the main this thing that we've done so far which is saying something that's it really he is and you know we're switching places because last time Stephen Dodd the book was amazing and I thought it was fine now. We're kind of switching places but I could read this in her voice like the whatever dolores claiborne is real voice was I could read it in that voice. Yeah I couldn't because I didn't grow up with the dialect in something that's important to note about. This book is that it's written phonetically in dialects so a lot of times the word and will be substituted for the letter and and stuff like that. I didn't I didn't take extensive notes on those kinds of things because we're going to be doing an extended version of our down East wisdom main ism section later and I figured we hit it then the biggest thing we keep in mind yeah good examples. Various spellings of the word forehead. Because she would have said it was he. Can she keep. She loves his Far Ahead Far yes. That's it is that I really don't have the perspective on Matt. 'cause I just don't have the dialect in my brain so it made it like harder work for me to read. I think you would love the audiobook Francis Stern Hagan. You're probably away right. It also includes water drinking drawers opening paper shuffling and radio drama. Yeah and this really asking to be made into a radio drama. Because it's in that format like it's directly from the SINAGA refers typed out. Notes is what it seems like. No page breaks known the crap and I didn't I didn't realize how much I relied on. Chapter is in page breaks to rest my brain until I was like maybe two thirds so this book and I was like like give me something to hold onto you know. I do think though that this is the first book in Stephen King's entire Pantheon as we've covered it that I personally believe is not one word overwritten. Yes I think everywhere it is is valuable and it's not that Long No. It's the first book we've done so far where we got to the end and I wanted more everything else we've gotten to the end and I'm like all right even masterpieces eases. I'm like I'm fall. I can't do anymore for sure now. Normally this is where we would do down east wisdom which is where we talk about. All of the main `ISMs in this book the Phoenix Wchs. How did you count seventy one seventy one? So that's more than we can usually do for our little five minute thing here ear so instead what we're GONNA do is we're just gonNA move that whole segment to the off week. That'll be your bonus for next week so I hope you like the main stuff jeff because Laurie Laurie. There's a lot of it in this one. Which of course brings US straight to? Sweet screams are best of section.
"claiborne" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Think if we have a moment should we go to our might Claiborne interview with short stop Paul the young one we do that and we'll come back with more yesterday do young had a chance rather I guess you might say claves had a chance to sit down with Paul the young well we have a chance to visit with the cardinals shortstop all the young you got a different look about you man all season does that to people I guess on yeah I mean we kind of this lose track of people and you don't you don't know what kind of changes there make a few months as a huge difference what if you had a chance to do this offseason to spend a spend time with family and friends been down in Jupiter been Orlando but in northern Wisconsin been bouncing around but you know enjoy my quiet time in my recovery and work out something on the right you mentioned we're covered because everybody needs to step away from this for men in and basically recharge the batteries not just physically but mentally yeah for me it was definitely more mentally regarding this year working on it is my I my inner strength and I think that's you know something that'll continue developing throughout my whole life and kind of a life long journey physically I I thought I did great last year filling in and filling in my routine and dialing in what I need to do to play every day you know for you being mentioned as a gold glove finalists had to be a treat for you long way from being a catcher yeah I mean to think that back in two thousand eleven as a red shirt I was learning how to catch a lot of lot of scenes in nine years and you know for me you know playing baseball playing shortstop there's been like a dream come true for me in the big leagues and you know I want to keep that that go on so much it really drives me no such a fun year to watch so many guys grow and you winning in the beating teams at the right time I think when I look back at the season circling that weekend in Chicago he had to be a high water mark and they come back the following we can beat them to clinch it it was a fun time to be a cardinal in September and October yeah it sure was a bad weekend sweep at Wrigley will be one of those on never forget the back to back homers with the idea and I and then yeah this losing to Andrea home didn't look good but we have the military it would take so what do you have I know every player has ambitions for the upcoming year what are some of the things you look to try and be better right then and after you've had a chance to think about it because sometimes people can over thank you yeah you know I'm not a huge goals person as far as you know trying to hit benchmarks for numbers and things I feel like this game is is too hard to be able to try to produce results like that so my goals are more based on you know consistency based on you know for filling my own potential and and that's something that comes from within and not for me it's it's going to be about not letting you know FOR six turn into an over sixteen you know things like that being able to scrap.
"claiborne" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Turn things over to Mike Claiborne and Chris Rady with cardinals president of baseball operations John was a locked obviously this is very interesting I guess we can have regarding one particular player and interestingly enough the cardinals were attached to it because you and your staff have been very stealth life when it comes to making deals and signing players and we all find out basically at the same time but this situation is a little different is it's been the most unique situation you've been in as far as running in the the organization because most of the time when it comes to trades or free agent signings we normally don't hear a great deal about it but this one has certainly taken the forefront of anything I can recall as far as the card is a concern okay that's a tough one to digestion but let me say this like I I feel like the easiest way to always address any type of potential trade or free agency is is to not engage our knowledge and and the reason that is is because otherwise if if you do on Wall and weren't you on the other and then it allows other people to start triangulated how they want to think about what we're actually thinking about so on this one I I got to take the same strategy I do with with everything it and not comment but you know the one thing I would say is is back to the earlier sound bite in sense of of could there still be active you could you still be doing something in the mail the cardinals of always looked at at the twelve calendar months as opportunities we've never been where.
"claiborne" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"We go to the field might Claiborne whether unstoppable player of the game are where the game tonight Mike Moustakas the big two run Homer you played over lever honey gains in this in this court. what is it about what I'd seen kids be badly one night they always find a way to come back and give that effort to come back to win that second game yeah all you know basically go through so many games a hundred sixty two of and you know there's so many highs and lows just got to forget about what happened yesterday whether it's good or bad and you know last night these boys came out and and put it to us and today we're able to a gets a phenomenal pitcher got some runs off him in turnover terrible pain they did a great job Jack flurries been terrific what did you hit off him I got a fastball runner on stairs forms is got a fast ball opened his own and just put a good swing on in trying not to miss and I end up here now they are for me you've been in this situation before you been a world champion what do you try and talk to these young players about especially down the stretch where you do a little score for watch but you still have to focus on your job yeah absolutely you know it's it's hard to not look at the scoreboard see what everyone else is doing but I just you try to tell everybody that we got to focus on our job on because there's nothing we can do other than go on when and if if we don't do that there's no point looking at a scoreboard so we I take your business and then we'll see around at the end this thing and does another great teams in the high and we've got to keep going on playing good baseball that's the fun thing about this is some good teams in it you guys lose one of your best players and you have a look back because you guys have been playing as a team all season long yeah absolutely you know no matter what with Yeley going down it's going to impact any team are and he's a huge reason why our art were here and why we're in in a position to get to October baseball but you know we gotta go on find ways to win without him obviously it's tough to pick a production that he's over the last couple years so I strongly each each night to be somebody different well we'll see how things unfold tomorrow last time I will see you doing the regular season maybe we'll run into each other in October that'd be awesome I'm I'm definitely down for that be fun thank you Sir awesome brother Mike Moustakas our player of the game. yeah my Claiborne with our unstoppable player of the game and Mike Moustakas within both of them for it joining us here on the Missouri lottery cardinals clubhouse show when we come back we're gonna hear from the cardinals manager Mike shield as the cardinals drop this one of the brewers by a final score of five to two and we'll do that when we come back on the cardinals.
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Ryan Kalil comes out of retirement to join N.Y. Jets
"The pre season open last night with the Broncos winning the hall of fame game less than a week away from the start of the preseason schedule in earnest the colts holding their breath over and looks calf as he has been injured for over two months after suffering that calf injury during O. T. A.'s in the meantime they're trying to get him some help on the outside they brought in six time pro bowler Brandon Marshall for a work out can Meredith still looking for a home after getting cut by the St earlier in the week was reportedly in New England today visiting the patriots and mole Claiborne still without a whole me on sign free agent is reportedly facing a four game suspension for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy could be one reason why he has yet to find a new home Ryan Khalil back in the NFL after a brief retirement but not back on the field with the jets just yet or going to ease him
"claiborne" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"For the first time today welcome in my Claiborne Mike she'll we are in talks certainly by cardinal baseball but let's talk about one of the great cartons of all time Bob Gibson's got a little problem but knowing Bob as I do Hey as you do cancer may have picked the wrong person this time yeah it is and they know it might be taken the wrong guy you know our prayers and thoughts are with him I try to calm this morning but the voice mail and you know that competitive spirit that he's got you know you're going to need it and you know even in our support and prayer which you'll have clearly and you know heart goes out to a woman we pray form and just be here form as much as we can you've been around a lot during spring training and I'm sure he stuck his head in your office from time to time what have you been able to take away from a person like that he's really stoop baseball guys smart guy you know he he knows the game he knows what it looks like you he's not gonna mince words about it either which I have I very much appreciate it give you truth and you know Indonesia is like why the guys like him and read and Shannon you know they can access what's going on I've seen it then they can they can tell you who okay this is either player needs to do something or better this is good or you know this needs to be looked different you know you're on the right track kind of thing so value that and just percent out of some more to studios by the game a good start for your pitching last night another good quality star you had a few of them in a row now is starting to come together is nice come of the break with some with some length in our starters Ponce was really good the other day obviously tack you know better himself a little bit with some come some control issues but made a lot of pages settled in god's through six couple we did a great job so you know looking for more the same we went over there and certainly what what we can't forget about Tyler Neil and what he was able to do I was more impressed with the opposite field home run a guy who likes to pull the ball a lot just stay with the pitching hit where was pitched in obviously ruse was rewarded with a Homer I mean you both players you know like to see that approach not trying to do too much you know we look to do damage when and that's important in you know in but damages just stand on the ball and driving it you know words pitched in you know he's got a big and strong and towers clearly that you know we're not work out partners but until you give me either way mistake he's like what are you doing here yeah but but you know it's good to see him put a good swing on and and distresses power little bit of a different look for the line up today maybe that that get away day is what I like to call the get away to a lot of where you get some of your guys coming off the bench to get some for for at least forty back yeah no this is the the good day for you guys to get in there and and you know we're give money goes up to need shorties aren't play in Tom and then you know Pauley is along you know eating as much a break the offer games at all first first time we have a turnaround get him in there Fuhrman night today game so your car we know of lawns get good numbers on cranky mon Yost gold medal Neil flower Wonka's rebound the plate today with window and get better in center when court went on well see you later look for to.
World War II veterans return to Normandy for 75th D-Day anniversary
"Have followed several day veterans from every corner of America who made the journey back today. We saw them up on that stage and one of them had remarkable moment with the French president. What happened on that stage and we were waiting for ninety six year old stand Friday. Right. Afterward. They were determined to make the journey back the American World War Two veterans who were here on d day returning to the beaches, hand-in-hand perfect strangers saying, thank you. Thank you, big, baby. Thank you. Today that gratitude king for world leaders the president of France, Emmanuel Macron, the first lady Bridget, mccrone landing here to thank the Americans, the allied troops for liberating, France. Reading President Trump and first lady Melania Trump. The two world leaders were take to the stage with those World War, Two veterans among them. So many of the veterans we have followed president mccrone walking up to stand freiden from Pennsylvania. President Trump, we've Vincent Unger from Florida. Later. It was the French president shaking Vinnie's hand. President Trump greeting jet Claiborne from Tennessee. There was Hemos back on the left based in Yakima, Washington and win the crowd gathered here. Saw the veterans faces on those big screens, the swelling applause, and then the standing ovation. President book grow and saying, France is not forgotten. We know what we owe. Do you've the runs all freedom on behalf of my nation is useful to say thank you. The President Trump seeded up, so many of the World War, Two heroes on hand telling them this. You're the pride of our nation. You are the glory of our Republic, and we thank you from the bottom of our hearts. Then that rare honor the legion of honor the highest distinction from France for five Americans, including stand Friday, who we have followed all the way from Pennsylvania who after d day went far out ahead of the rest. The scope out the danger. He was a scout. We distinct to concentration camps before they were liberated stunningly Friday Stanley Friday on behalf of the French Republic. I would you the distinction of night of the beach in of onum? We were waiting for STAN right after. Congratulations. You didn't tell us yesterday. Didn't tell me either the French had reached out to him. But STAN had no idea honor this grant. What was it like up there on that stage? Thrilling. Dream, they're only about three hundred foreigners in the world who ever been given that French honor that you were given as a. Which in honor is at ninety six MRs stands first time back to Normandy for years. He would not talk about what he saw partly because of the friend. He lost my best buddy isn't it was Monday, then we relate this tighter in brothers would give our life through each other without a worded. Then. And we did everything together but out on separate patrols, he would lose that friend, manic paternity tilles trae died. He wanted to know if I was while he was dying at some his. Liz. Stan remembering the brother, he lost honoring the fallen. Looking out over all Maha beach, the two presidents and the first lady's. The flyer. In for STAN this day and his new metal is for all of the brothers. They lost meadow of part is for the guys head. They're, they're the era. I'm the standard there to here, everyone in these men, right? I represent. Stand telling me it's about the brothers who did not come home, the more than nine thousand who are buried right here behind me. And when you walk through the cemetery you see so many crosses with that date, June sixth, nineteen forty
"claiborne" Discussed on WWL
"Uptown downtown on south Claiborne earlier accident with an overturned vehicle has been cleared out of the roadway right at the itin overpasses still got congestion on south Claiborne. Follow it back to Jefferson avenue coming in from the West Bank on the connection just slow through the if you're headed out to mentoring Kenner, steady congestion lake Ben expressway up through the parish line. It'll be slow to get past power boulevard. You're sixteen delays back to city park coming in from LA plus ObamaCare spillway slow from. I fifty five you get on the bridge. And then you've got heavy delays coming off into Kenner right at the end of the spillway up to the veterans boulevard exit. We're clears up then you've ever been expressed. We're going to be slow into downtown from the six tenths, but at the parish line becoming from New Orleans east to slow on I ten from Elision fields and leaving the city out towards the east delays. The I ten six and merge Elision fields. And I tend delays back to Saint Bernard on the six ten that will all clear once you're over the high-rise traffic brought to you by Hampton by Hilton. Traffic tip called wwl 504-260-info. From WWL. The news talk sports powerhouse of the Gulf south. Sports talk with Bobby bare and Kristian garic, call 504-260-1870, text, eight seventy eight seventy four tweet at W, wwl AM FM. Now from our Jefferson financial Federal Credit Union studios. Here's the Cajun cannon, Bobby a bear, and our resident marine Kristian garic. Hey, now, Semper fi Semper Friday. Welcome into the Friday edition of sportstalk, ninety minutes gonna have some fun here for we hand things off to the LSU sports radio network at five thirty Tigers opening a three-game series on the road in baseball against Georgia. First-pitch starts at six PM. Pre game coverage at five thirty in hoc at master control. Mark Manar run a little behind stuck in some traffic. He's.
"claiborne" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"Ministry's dot org slash relevant ago. Awesome model very disruptive. I like that. Well, same Claiborne is an author and activist whose latest book is called beating guns, and it's co-authored by blacksmith and raw tools founder Michael Martin together. They look at the gun violence in America, how Christian should respond and explain how they are literally putting the biblical prophecy of quote, turning swords and ploughshares into practice. We recently talk with Shane for feature and the new issue of relevant called a loaded issue. See they'll pun there is. Issue. Chandler. He said and also. The team spends. It's like they're cops with the road signs. They spend an inordinate amount of time writing headlines for the issue and Chandler will laugh at all the good ones. Don't get used jailers in meetings or say that was good wide news it, and I'm like, I don't know. You know, we got a million. This was but the reason the title is obviously apropos is because you know, the issue of guns is very sensitive, particularly among people who happen to be passionate about them. And one of the reasons why it was interesting to talk to Shane is. Because he really wanted to frame the issue of gun violence, not as a political issue, but one that is actually a pro-life issue. Here's what he had to say about that as a Christian. I care about life. You know, got this crazy presumption that the author of life cares about life. You know? But I also kind of like very aware that we've sort of limited the pro-life issue to one topic any abortion, you know, and I care about abortion, reducing eliminating abortion. But I also know that that's not the only pro-life issue. And my last book was on the death penalty for that. Same reason, you know, because the this is the the irony of America's that you can be pro guns pro death penalty pro-military and still say, you're pro-life as long as long as you got abortion, right? Yeah. I know..
"claiborne" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"It. Just started our training. So that's right in my training consists of here's what I do at every do a lot of these endurance races. But if I were ever run, the new marathon, I would have the same move, which is a sprint out in front of the pack. Just for a moment. Even at the beginning. The shoulder one day. There was a moment where your dad was. We'll be talking for that will capture that moment is undeniable you were leading the New York marathon. Yeah. And what I don't know what strategically is wrong with this plan by because I'm like, well, I could probably make it a quarter mile winning the marathon or practice. Bead have to work really hard to get in the first corral. Right. I think that would be nice. I'm very slippery person get myself place. I wanna be sure sure sure. Trust me getting to a place where I'm not technically supposed to be is not the issue. Concern going full sprint and then seizing up. And then me and trampled by the entire the New York marathon. I will say this. My most of my training just involves short bursts sprint from the from the starting line. Just so I can say for a moment. I was a winning the World Vision. Global six gay for clean water because really for me. Yes. It's a great cost. But I'm a winner. And even if I'm only winning a second. I that's better than having been at all. I think you have a wrong mental image of what the revision global six K for water is going to be like you can run in your neighborhood, you and some friends I understand register raise money, and it is running your neighborhood. That's like a family race. All y'all live there together. But true, but I'm running in Florida with the staff, and now that people know that we're hosting one. I mean, I'm expecting nothing less than busloads of listeners. Away. We definitely have seen on Twitter that there are some people that will be traveling to Florida to run with us. So you can you can humiliate them in person. Jesse? Even if even if the humiliation is like thirty yards. Talker for there to be ready for the moment when Jesse is leading. We have a great show coming up for you today. Coming up later, we talked to Shane Claiborne, his new book out called beating guns. And it's about the gun violence issue in America. We talked to them in the new issue of relevant, and we're bringing some of that audio experience here to you on the show today this fund I like this new format where we can integrated into the show. So that's coming up later, a beating guns tell tell what he's doing Jesse. It's crazy. Yeah. So the book is about the gun violence issue. But it also is about a project that he's embarked with with his co author of the book named Michael Martin and Michael Martin is a professional blacksmith. And he's also starting organization called rawal tools, and raw is also wore spelled backwards and whether doing is you can send Michael your if you had a firearm or gun, you can send it to him and he will use his blacksmiths skills to turn it into a gardening tool. And what they're trying to do is go to city from city. They're collecting people's gun turning them into garden tools, and they're really trying to put like a literal interpretation of the prophecy and Isaiah about when the kingdom of God comes people will turn their swords into Plowshares. And so they're trying to put that prophecy and practice and also take some guns all to St. I think we should try to do other biblical prophecies very literally as well. I'm very inspired by this. It's very it's a cool project for okay? Well, moving their show along it is time for slow news. How sinked where we are moving. This. We are plowing for like what is it time? For me. Are we are running the show like we are running the New York mayor on? We are sprinting out to an early. Here's what's curious. If one of us goes down on a catastrophic injury. Any polls a hamstring. We're gonna need you to slow down right away. What does he? Okay. So I needed to bring I felt like it was only fair that I bring updates lice. We talked about a gentleman named Jeremy Taylor last week. Who is an avid outdoorsman and was recently four wheeling in the organ wilderness with his dog and was stuck and.
Taxi strike targeting Uber brings chaos to Spanish cities
"Texas authorities say, five people were killed following separate shootings that included a nursing home at a. Corpus Christi suburb town city officials says two men and a woman were shot. At the. Retirement manor nursing home they also say a phone call from family members prompted police to visit the residents of one. Of the nursing home victims were two more. Men were found dead the shooter was among those killed Correspondent Juliet Walker, authorities believe, the shootings are related but, have not identify the victims or established a possible motive three people have been. Killed and seven others injured following a shooting in New Orleans the shooting happened. Saturday night. On the thirty four hundred block of Claiborne avenue about three miles from French quarter the injured victims haven't taken to. A hospital though their conditions were not immediately. Known no suspect was in custody Breaking news, analysis at townhall dot com Another day of. Snarled streets and stranded riders in Barcelona she, drivers in the popular Spanish tourist destination continued their strike protesting ride hailing apps like Uber and hundreds of hacks Proctor cabs in the middle of the ground via Saturday were some. Drivers spent. The night in their vehicles warrior intense the strike started Wednesday for judge decided to suspend the need for additional. Authorization, for ride hailing companies to operate meanwhile Uber and cab suspended services after, taxi supporters assaulted several of their drivers Rhonda roster. Reporting civil rights leader in US Representative John, Lewis has been hospitalized for, undisclosed reasons Saudi a statement from Lewis his office WSB TV reports that the seventy eight year old.
"claiborne" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show
"We'll just shoot the shit some warned to sabah good time i loved it michael thank you so much sir honor honored thank you so very it is an hour forty plus with my claiborne and i'm telling you then if you listen to the whole thing you probably can tell we could have gone on and on and on i feel like we were gonna do like a part to maybe even apart three there was so much to get to and and i feel like we covered a lot but they're still much more to get to enjoyed that conversation a great deal if you enjoy our conversations both on the tim mckernan show and on the cat chat please subscribe to the shows and please leave a positive five star review been saying this since the beginning i don't understand it i just know that matter somehow to the podcast business so let's make sure if you can that we do that it helps the cause also support the sponsors of home loan expert dot com ryan kelley and of course james carl state farm insurance agent and gateway buick gmc there online at st louis buick gmc dot com or you can go visit of it i 270 and mcdonnell boulevard that's where my family has gotten our cars four years but not only that in a great selection of new and preowned vehicles they have thirty seven service bays to take care of you so you are in and out and back on the road in no time plus a concierge service gateway buick gmc online at st louis buick gmc dot com it's gateway at i 270 mcdonnell boulevard gateway is the right way hope you enjoyed the conversation with mike claiborne we have some outstanding wants to look forward to daniel new gronowo poker legend and also huge vegas golden knights fan talking hockey talking poker talking gambling in the united states that's coming your way and new friend of the ryan kelly morning after cleveland browns offensive lineman and hall of famer one day soon joe thomas also coming your way if you missed anything we have so many.
"claiborne" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show
"Some people two and three times bob ramsey probably my best friend working with him the fund we had you know and he's he's just say may we kill us don't we because we just felt like we we have to show is just here i have it on your work of frank for a while and franken ah who was a good friend i i think i've known frank long anybody in the business frank usair rayo shown kwjr m u n he would invite me come on it we'd be on sunday night okay the prime time for us and we knew his parents of listed in my list and that might have been and we have so much fun and we disagree on things but i add no frank buried in the body i was giving him grief the other night when frank stores to make a plea for a guy he always says as a he loves his wife he always use hour so we would have a fun with that last night's admiral frank as well as anybody and i consider him a great friend the work was so many people but yeah i i would consider yeah i mean i think today and i listen to radio shows sean local um i listened the newly scruggs a guy who started his broadcasting career challenge to he's an entire for martin he's got a national show on nbc sports radio very it's a very diverse show which subject matter uh there are some other people that kinda go in i'm not a big yellow and scream out like to hear people get into some real good subject matter the problem is i had to walk away from espn because everything was nfl driven newsflashes is a lot more going on in the world in the nfl so yeah i think about it i mean it would be so if we will something like this week a rabbi how long reach garia earlier now and i can make a decent salary doing on i do hope you enjoyed our conversation with mike claiborne here on the tim occurred in show if you are enjoying our conversations whether it be this one or previous ones or questions from the.
"claiborne" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show
"Schumer you talk to guys they wanna they wanna they think during your show in the morning just getting upping your pajamas in houteman hollerin' well maybe for a lot while the show up for three years compared to their own thing is you you care pigeonhole yourself because it's just too many people out there doing it you're have something it says transit hey look at me but you know you want wanna be able to to join in in virtually any conversation if you're going to be in this business boy you are right that so important and i think the people who side at exit is what a focus on one thing i i i'm curious what you think of the way that social media has entered into our business and how you navigate because almost sometimes you kinda go on russian at twitter you'll get to it i just i'm use myself you want me was mega waves in the mood arafat i'll look for and if you like couple of weeks ago the nba don't contest was going on and you were not happy with the panel of judges and i'm just going to lock in and watch what mr claiborne no no social media in my opinion is better than taking phone calls the only problem is the same people who were gutless on phone calls where you know they say nasty things they now put it in print um but i enjoy variety uh you've where my tweet seldom do i go after an individual i'm have more fun than anything else.
"claiborne" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show
"From the yes yes welcome in to another edition of the tim occurred and show here on the inside s t l podcast network and we are broadcasting from the home loan expert dot com studios today's guest mike claiborne you know him from cardinal broadcast you know him from campbell acts you may know him from ktrs k f us is been in the market for decades and he's seen at all and very few people can tell a story like mike claiborne so the way i would describe this interview to you to give you a very brief nutshell of what i think you're going to expect over the next hour forty minutes is it's similar to the interview with learn of keishi ninety five and that we're all over the place but with a sports tilt with a sports stories tilt a whether it be with athletes you know of both locally and nationally such as michael jordan woods juve nemeth or whether it be sports personalities and behind the scenes on that and his opinions on all kinds of things i love this one i guess i haven't come on here in ghana i didn't really like that one because i haven't had that happened yet i feel like inevitably it's going to happen but this one i love this wanted it was one where we could have gone on and on and on and on but it got to a point room like my god we've got an hour and forty minutes i've got to let the man go but i think you're going to really enjoy this conversation with mike claiborne who has seen so much in st louis sports over the last few decades and he's really not hesitant to give his opinion on that so that's what's coming your way today on the tip mckernan show it all comes your way from the home loan expert dot com studios ryan kelly and his outstanding staff from home hormone expert dot com make this podcast possible so if you're on board with what you hear here on the program please make sure you support our sponsors in the home loan expert dot com is the place to go.
"claiborne" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The chief creative officer liz claiborne inc at that point liz claiborne had 48 brown's saw from kate spade too lucky brown genes to dana buck monami all over the place and there were only well actually that was only the liz claiborne brand that address women who were larger than a size twelve so i went who the creative directors of of most of the brand's it would coal fashion and i said look i wanna talk to you about the neglected woman the the woman who is law richard than a size twelve end of of home there are millions and millions walleye can you not address her and across the board i heard the exact same thing and it was shocking and still is to me and the response was the following i don't want her wearing my clothes how atrocious this loud and what i love about this season sixteen of project runway is that we're working with muddles range in size from two to twenty two and they all lauck fabulous i mean they're breathtaking so share i am on these designers who turn their backs on every one over the larger than a size twelve and doubles shame on the retailers you only have money to arnn i mean i fundamentally don't understand it i just don't it's balls i am jesse foreign my guest is tim gun of lifetimes project runway the show just kicked off it 16th teeth i want to ask you a question about your family tim your father was an fbi agent for twenty six years and was very uh was a successful and important fbi agent his one among his responsibilities were doing almost all of the writing for the director of the fbi correspondents in speeches and books and the whole nine yards yes in the hoover era did he dressed like an fbi agent like a g man yeah yeah.