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Taiwan 101: Sebastian Talks to David Goldman of the Asia Times

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:13 min | 5 d ago

Taiwan 101: Sebastian Talks to David Goldman of the Asia Times

"Known as the Spangler columnist for Asia times also PJ media Claremont institute on and on and on and most recently the author of you will be assimilated China's plan to sign a form the world David Goldman. Welcome back to America first. It's a privilege pleasure to talk to you thanks for the invitation. So I want to do a kind of one on one O one here. If you don't mind, because not everybody, we have 3 million plus lists. There's not everybody is assigned knowledge and understands exactly the significance of what happened recently in Asia. So if I may, please endow me, what is Taiwan, how was it formed, and why does it matter? Let's start with the basics with regards to Pelosi's recent trip. When the communists won the Chinese Civil War in 1947. The nationalist forces under Shanghai shek, our Friends, to camped en masse to the little island of then called formosa or Taiwan. And established an alternative Chinese state, the republic of China. All the international agreements agreed that this island was part of China the same way say Puerto Rico is part of the United States. However, they had opposing governments in the stood each other off. Now, in 1972, when Richard Nixon and Henry Kissinger went to China and began the process of restoring diplomatic relations, they agreed that Taiwan and China were part of the same country and then it was up to the Chinese to the two sides to work out what their common future was without American interference. That was the Shanghai communique of 1972. And I spoke to one of the original members of the Nixon delegation who helped draft that communique. In 1972, and I was told that Pelosi's visit to China was a really terrible idea because it violated the spirit of the agreement. Why

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Morgan Zegers Discusses One of Charlie's Favorite Books

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:44 min | Last month

Morgan Zegers Discusses One of Charlie's Favorite Books

"So there's a book that I read last summer. I spent a whole week at the Claremont institute and this is the book that I encourage everybody to read if you want to really understand what we are living through. It's called the age of entitlement by Christopher Caldwell. I've mentioned this book many times on this program. It's a relatively easy read and what makes this book so incredibly persuasive is that it really doesn't make arguments on the surface. You have to kind of decipher between it because it's kind of written in a historical context. Here's what happened. Here's what we got from it. Here's what happened. Here's what we got from it. Here's what happened. Here's what we got from it. And this book, more than any other book I think really frames modern American neoliberalism in its proper light, which is a total sham and a con. And it shows that a lot of the promises of the Civil Rights Act and the civil rights era actually had the opposite intended effect that we're talking about race more than ever, that we're more focused on the things that the Civil Rights Act were supposed to fix. One of our team members here at turning point USA recently read this book and is enthusiastic about talking about it. It's Morgan ziegler's who hosts freedom papers with turning point USA. Morgan, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thanks for having me, Charlie. I'm really excited. I loved the book. So walk us through what your take was on the book age of entitlement by Christopher Caldwell. For me, I found it to be illuminating an eye opening, what was your take? I could say the same now. It's kind of funny. I had a friend recommend it to me because I am a bit more radical with looking at recent policies over the last handful of decades in the country. And after I read it, I said, you want to know who would love this? Connor Clegg. And I was going to gift it to him and I told him about it when we were on freedom papers together for turning point. And he said, wait a second, now I have to tell Charlie. So it turns out this is quite the book for a lot of young conservatives and not a lot of people talk about it, which is fascinating. Charlie, what got me is that a lot of these topics just aren't discussed in high school classes in American classrooms. I don't know if you had the same experience, but when I was going to school, a lot of things were just normalized. And so trillions of dollars of debt that we were in at a national level. The Department of Education, all of these concepts were just normalized in our minds, and it took me kind of re-educating myself over the last few years, and especially thanks to turning point to realize that these are all fairly new concepts. Our nation didn't always used to be in this massive level of debt. We didn't have to have these struggles of families needing two incomes to get by and then taking care of the children was done by other people by government services by other men and women that weren't parents. And it really just changed my whole perception on this and I'm just thankful that I found the book. So I tell everybody

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Terry Schilling on Defeating a Gender-Bending Republican

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 2 months ago

Terry Schilling on Defeating a Gender-Bending Republican

"Terry Schilling. I spent a whole week with Terry in Las Vegas, but we were not doing what you might think we would be doing in Las Vegas, right, Terry. We were reading old books and talking about philosophy. It was with the great Claremont institute. It was in Vegas, I guess, because it was the only place they could find on the West Coast that would be open and actually has the hotel capacity, but Terry Schilling runs a phenomenal organization that everyone needs to get behind, and they do such a great job. And American principles project and they also have a pack and Terry, you have a great article out defeating this gender bending Republican will help protect American women nationwide, walk us through it. Well, Charlie, for the last several years, we've seen the Republican Party completely acquiesce to the LGBT movement. They started with getting Republicans to support the equality act, which just for your viewers and listeners. It would put sexual orientation into gender and gender identity into civil rights law. It's a total nightmare. Men and girls showers, men and women sports, men and women's prisons. It's a total nightmare. Well, along the way, the Republicans who are soft on this stuff came up with a quote unquote compromise bill. And it's called the fairness for all acts. And they say that they have religious freedom protections in it. So what we wanted to do this year is make politicians Republicans pay a price for supporting this law. And Nancy mace is one of the last Republicans on this bill. Charlie, we've actually, this bill is so extreme that we've actually gotten more moderate members off of this bill. Good. Claudia tenney is off of it. There are several others I'm just blanking on them right now. But we've gotten 5 members of Congress off of this bill, including at least stefanik. That's the highest profile Republicans gotten on off of it. But Nancy mace is still on him. In this bill would put men and women's prisons, men and women's sports, it would put men and women's locker rooms. The whole shebang. And we

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Arthur Milikh Offers Analysis of the Current Political Landscape

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:20 min | 4 months ago

Arthur Milikh Offers Analysis of the Current Political Landscape

"Who is the executive director at the center for the American way of life at the Claremont institute, Arthur, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thank you very much, Charlotte. So Arthur, we've been kind of framing the conversation, if you will, right now, around how a majority of the political discourse is around things that are patently insane. The woke, if you will. And that there needs to be kind of a re centering around team reality, and that only conservatives can help make that consolidation possible. What are your thoughts? Well, I think that's true. But, you know, when you look at some of the polling, some of which is honest, I suspect, and you see that there's actually strikingly little support for a lot of these very radical left wing ideologies. And then you wonder, well, how on earth is it that these remain the center conversations of the nation, if they're so little public support? And then you begin to think through how much money and institutional support there is for these causes. And the immense disproportion in power. On the left versus the right. And then you start seeing how many conservatives over the last generation have been snoozing at the wheel. They've been fighting on some very irrelevant issues, one kind of trick that I like to think about is if you implemented the full agenda of many of the think tanks on the mainstream right. Nothing would change about America. A lot of things. It would all be a total domination of the left institutions. And so what we have not thought through is trying to win back territory in real ways. Trying to repeal the immense power of those institutions. We like to do lawsuits. That's fine. But when we lose in the courts, we just say, oh shucks, you know, we'll try again. We'll try to do the same thing again. Whereas when you look at the immense as I keep saying institutional power of the left, they own the universities, which we refuse to defund. They own a lot of K12. These are American tax dollars that are being used against patriotic Americans. It's an astonishing thing. And nobody ever really does anything about it. It's a really interesting

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Joe Biden's Crypto Surveillance State With Ben Weingarten

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:09 min | 4 months ago

Joe Biden's Crypto Surveillance State With Ben Weingarten

"Right now is Ben white garten, who is a fellow at the Claremont institute and also from real clear investigations with a phenomenal new story about how the federal government via the Biden regime is putting together this crypto executive order. This might be a little wonky for some people if I want you to listen carefully because we know that there is a currency reset looming by the great reset crowd and this all ties together with the erosion of our liberty, Ben, welcome back to the Charlie Kirk show. Charlie, thanks for watching having me really appreciate it. All right, walk us through. What is this executive order and how does this apply to most Americans whether they own cryptocurrency or not? This executive order holds the potential to create the linchpin of a social credit system with American characteristics. What this order calls for and it's important to note that the Biden administration writes in the text of the order, my administration places the highest urgency on research and development efforts into the potential design and deployment options of a United States CBDC Central Bank digital currency. That's one plank of the order, another plank of the order is that the Biden administration seeks to build a regulatory regime around all manner of digital assets, including cryptocurrencies. So two things, regulating cryptocurrencies, which of course compete with the U.S. dollar. And then creating a digital version of the U.S. dollar. And it mobilizes a whole slew of federal agencies to create a CBDC. So we know what regulations of cryptocurrency will do. Obviously, it will make it more costly to transact them. It could potentially kill them. And of course, the basis of cryptocurrencies at the outset was in large part to create a hedge against or an alternative to Central Bank created dollars because central banks, of course, do all sorts of things to manipulate their currencies, erode the value of the dollar in your pocket, monetize their debt, paper currencies, of course, allow governments to act like drunken sailors.

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James Poulos, Executive Editor of the American Mind, Describes 'Transhumanism'

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:48 min | 9 months ago

James Poulos, Executive Editor of the American Mind, Describes 'Transhumanism'

"I listened to the American mind podcast, which is phenomenal from the Claremont institute. And I was listening a couple weeks ago. And I was texting Conor in the midst of the episode and I said, we have to have this guy. It was just so interesting to me. It's doctor James pulos. I hope I did okay with that, pronunciation. He's the cofounder and executive editor of the American mind at the Claremont institute and author of the new book human forever, and the digital politics of the spiritual war. And so let me just first kind of start with James. If you could introduce yourself to the audience then also introduce to our audience, what is transhumanism? So it's great to be with you. Thanks for having me on. The best way to think about transhumanism, I would say is in the following way, once upon a time, technology was firmly on America's side, the electric age was very good to us, the telegraph, the spread of the incandescent bulb, radio television, really the time when America became the world's leading power, superpower that was so, so powerful, not just in terms of military might, but also in culture, you know, in mass communications and every all the ways that that shapes people's inner and outer lives. Europe did pretty poorly during that time. Everyone's empires fell apart, massive world wars, genocide, disillusionment, loss of religious faith, really just kind of a wipeout of that of that civilization. It's just still barely trying to hang on in some ways. And so there was this big sense of optimism and triumphalism around the Internet when it came into being in the United States. You know, of course, we thought we created these technologies. They're super powerful. We have a huge head start on everyone else. And so they're really just going to fulfill our consummate. America's role as the most important country in the world, the country that can sort of turn the world into something that's American and its essence and its civilization. And that's not what these machines did. You know, the elites, the folks in charge, were really shocked by the way people use these technologies to put opinions on the Internet that they didn't like. And ultimately to elect a president that they didn't like very much. And so once that happened, there was this real kind of head check. Suddenly everyone had a smartphone and this technology wasn't just a cumulative. It wasn't just a progressive addition to the technological advancement of the past. But it was really something fundamentally different. A new medium, a new form of technology. And the way that it's reshaped our inner and outer lives, their senses, their sensibilities, maybe even our souls. Has already been super profound. People are now sort of realizing that every day is they look at the news that's coming out on a regular basis around the clock. And so what effect are these technologies having on who we are as human beings? And I think the effects very

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Very Few People Do Monstrous Things While Thinking 'I'm Doing Something Monstrous'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:24 min | 10 months ago

Very Few People Do Monstrous Things While Thinking 'I'm Doing Something Monstrous'

"I'm talking to the husband of Molly Hemingway, Mark Hemingway together they put together a brand new book called rigged, how the media big tech and the Democrats seized our elections. Mark, you were just saying that these generals and others who signed the letter calling the Hunter Biden laptop story Russian disinformation, they seem all to have known that they were lying that they were lying to the American people that they were using their public personae in a way that would be effective because of who they are and because of their titles. And that they did it because they thought they had to save the republic from another Trump presidency. And I only half jokingly refer to Hitler because very few people do monstrous things thinking I'm doing something monstrous. They always have what they think of as good reasons. The difference is that in a country of laws, like the United States of America, there are these guardrails. There's the constitution. We have jail for people who break laws. How is it you think that so many high figures, including Hillary Clinton would very very seriously lie? Another was know that they're lying and with a straight face, speak to American voters and citizens and say things that they know aren't even slightly true. With some desired effect. Do you suppose that they never thought that they would be found out? Is that part of it? I mean, so in the case of someone as large as Hillary Clinton, I mean, I do think that they're do exist, you know, avaricious narcissists at a level in our league leadership in this country that should be concerning to us. As for, you know, people that are further down the rung that are the lieutenant supporting all this nonsense, I think a big part of the problem, of course, is the media in this country. We have a hugely asymmetric media system in this country. You know, if I want to know what a liberal in this country thinks I can turn on the television in ten seconds later, I know what it is. You know, liberals in this country on the other hand, because they have such hegemonic control of all of these institutions, you know, they're not out there subscribing to the Claremont review of books or watching Eric metaxas to see what conservatives think about important

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Study Finds MLB Umpires Show Racial Bias Against Non-Whites

GSMC Baseball Podcast

01:32 min | 1 year ago

Study Finds MLB Umpires Show Racial Bias Against Non-Whites

"There's also a report out there that i haven't seen a lot of traction so far but i i wanted to bring it up to you guys. I don't want to spend a ton of time on it. But a recent study done by. Hank snowed it. A student at claremont mckenna suggests that mlb discriminate against non white players the study used balls and strikes data from the past thirteen seasons to determine the rate of missed calls against certain players snowdon determined which should be strikes. Were called balls in which balls were aronie. Asli called strikes and then looked at the race of the empire batter and pitcher and what snowden found was that umpires made more advantageous calls when their race was the same as the person receiving the advantage. The difference amounts two point zero three percents which well small can be significant over the course of a single season so point. Three percentage points Snowden estimates that umpires called eighteen thousand pitches differently over the thirteen year period. Which is a little more than a thousand changed calls per year. Any individual player might only receive a handful of these this season but for black players in the league already struggling against discrimination. Any additional barrier is a significant problem.

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"claremont" Discussed on My Marvelous Year

My Marvelous Year

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"claremont" Discussed on My Marvelous Year

"And i think part of the problem with it not working out as well as those series do tend to feel more like well. I guess our annual has time to this thing now as opposed to like feeling a bit more organic. Inferno is the best eight crossover. Which i don't know that i would have said prior to us like reading and going back through the decade But i do think it is. And i think part of that is crazy. Just get to play in in like their world you know. They don't have to like reinvent the world but then there's like a framework there's a device and all these things are happening. Can you loop that in right and for inferno that works. Pretty well I feel like sitting worst to is. Probably the only very obvious example of like in the in that case like the editor in chief being like you have to do my thing you know all of your characters all new mutants. They're going to die. And then yeah traumatized it. So that's really. The thing is like so. I guess where it comes to crossovers i. I like the idea of the like the creative teams being able to opt in right and then also the idea of the crossover not necessarily like i like the new mutant books. Tie a little directly right like clermont's overseeing those but then also like Louise simonson right. She's bringing like i think. Claremont louise were clearly like working really closely together on doing the overall inferno story whereas like emmy necessity was like working as editor on that so sure she was involved as well. But the daredevil stories are not really primary to the inferno storyline right like this daredevil experiencing that. That's kind of what i like. You know. I kinda like like if you have a fun. Event that is touching all corners of the marvel universe. Like just have it like touched the these different Like comics in these different like character stories. See how they react to it. If it's a fun idea right like hell in manhattan is a fun idea. You can have the other characters play around with that if you have something to do with it. That's yeah i mean. I think that's my my big thing. It doesn't have to be this. Big impactful like daredevil doesn't need to be fighting whatever his name is the demon they're getting stir shem that's not right it starts with an end nastier nastier so much of it comes down to to just like the creators and just kind of how willing they are to play with it like you said if you know an anti i want her in that charitable run to like totally go out of her way to like not deal with all the things that were happening previous issues. You know and. I think that's a problem. We have with crossover long time where it's like well just interrupted my book. I think the best creators When they handle it well and kind of probably through researching and just their own experience but basically they keep telling their story but just now incorporate all the craziness going on then. We read the spiderman. Crossover with Was it david michelini in mcfarland and those feel like they. Kind of just like yeah. We're acknowledging it's happening but we're not really doing anything about its story. Yeah and i tend to actually appreciate that more. I mean i i guess i appreciate being interrupted but in that case i kind of just like well. Why did you even really do it. To begin with you. Know like just ignore. It can have that problem. Yeah yeah you you like. If spiderman was still just doing his nyc thing you know like there's the the nerds that are going to be like well technically at the same time like demons were invading spiderman has no real in. It's just like it's all suspension of disbelief. I think that works fine just to just to ignore that..

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Seed Banking A Floristic Province, Naomi Fraga Of California Botanic Garden

Cultivating Place

03:39 min | 1 year ago

Seed Banking A Floristic Province, Naomi Fraga Of California Botanic Garden

"We're back now to our conversation with naomi. Freda director of conservation programs the california botanic garden in claremont california since its founding in nineteen twenty seven. The garden has included seed collecting and seed banking as part of. Its work as we come back. Dr frigo explains the different branches of work in the conservation programs. She directs welcome back in field studies. It's basically field research on the ground to understand the plants of california. So we're out there gathering data collecting specimens and sometimes we even find and describe new species to our state. We're oftentimes finding new rare plant populations and documenting those and making that information widely available land managers and state different kinds of agencies in our laboratory program. We have a molecular lab and we also have an anatomy lab and so we have some very state of the equipment to address plant conservation in in very more high tech ways than sort of just boots on the ground observing and recording and understanding. And so we can look at genes and we can look at morphology at the microscopic level. We have a scanning scanning electron scope. We can also section plants and look at their individual cells. We can also look at their chromosomes and so gathering. This data might provide us with more information about the plants biology that might inform their conservation. It's really great. Have these research tools to allow us to address plant conservation in a variety of ways. And then we have the plant nursery which is really an incredible tool for plant conservation because we take plants out of the wild environment. Maybe we collect seeds or cuttings and we're growing in cultivation. There's so much that we can learn In terms of gathering data on horticultural requirements supplants. That might shed light on. How plants exist in nature. What are their growing requirements. What do they require. Rejuvenation swap intended to experiments to see how we can germinate there sees whether they require smoke. Fire acid treatment. You know all these different mechanisms step. Plants need to allow them to grow. Maybe there is a question about plant reproduction. And we want to know. If plant can produce seeds by self pollinating we grow those plants in the nursery and do simple experiments to do either cross pollination or flowers to prevent pollination to see if they produce route so we can do those kinds of studies we can also do common garden studies in her nursery where we might compare plants from two different locations and grow them under the same growing conditions to see if differences we see in nature or result of genetics or environment. And then we might also just need to grow plants for various restoration efforts and so we have a lot of degraded lands and You know seeing those degraded lands You know that's very difficult to get restoration going from seeds. Because the invasive species oftentimes need seeds and so establishing with container plants right now seems to be the most successful. we're up in times propagating plants in containers to be put out onto degraded wildland to help with

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"claremont" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"claremont" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Now. In eastern Claremont County, some more scattered rain moving through northern Kentucky and Lawrence burkas. Well, it's 78 degrees was 1 50 students now in quarantine because they have the virus. You were exposed to someone with it. Here. Park junior senior high has been closed by the district students would go remotely, at least for November, the sixth when they moved to a hybrid plant superintendent. The Deer Park School says they have information. Recent positive cases were probably spread through the school. There have not been any cases of the virus spread at the elementary school, so Amity elementary students will continue to attend classes in person. Starting Monday, the elementary school kids will use a hybrid learning model that alternates today's they attend class. And do remote instruction at home superintendent says will stay on that schedule at least through the Thanksgiving break. I'm Brian Combs News Radio seven w As faras new federal financial relief goes, It has been three months since most of the covert stimulus payments ran out. President Trump is still blaming the other party for holding up a new deal. Even though Republicans control the Senate Republicans unhappy, the president may agree to nearly two trillion in new covert relief money. It's more than a trillion less than Speaker Nancy Pelosi's democratically controlled house. Has months ago. But I think it's against terror because the American people know it's her that stopping the money to go it. In fact, Senate Republicans haven't even agreed on a more modest $500 billion limited relief bill and he failed. ABC NEWS Washington Supporters of President Trump Plan to hold a parade rally on the 2 75 loop tomorrow morning starting at 10 Vice President Mike Pence spoken Toledo today. The president himself has a rally in Circleville, Ohio, tomorrow. And Democratic VP nominee Kamala Harris will be in Cleveland tomorrow on Wall Street. Right now, the Dow is down 55 points. The NASDAQ is up seven. The S and P up six. Radio 700 WLW Sports Baseball. It's Game three of the World Series today with the raise up against the Dodgers at Siri's tied at a game apiece. The Reds update..

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"claremont" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"claremont" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Unbelievable. It's all the way around the block in Claremont County at the board of Elections there, so Wait for more rain to come. The social distancing makes the lines look longer than they are. You know what, surprisingly enough? I don't not notice social distancing that several times that I've been by, You know they're not bumper to bumper, but they're probably within. Ah. I'm foot to foot from each other. Almost now more trouble supporters, then There you go this morning. It's not bumping into the neighbor's umbrella. So it's a little bit bigger distance. But surprisingly, here in Clermont County There is a ton of people in this crazy rain. Wait the votes. Have you noticed that people social distance in their car like they pull up to the light? They leave two car lengths between them and the car in front of him. No, but it's what drives maker. I don't drive me crazy. I just break out Tears are the people in a car by themselves wearing a mask? Yeah, I've seen that one. But the social distancing at the red light. I think they're doing it Subconsciously. They're just used to being back far from people. So they do it in the car too. I'm seeing more and more of it. So I Yes. Thanks for the tip. Thanks. See you later, sealing a t 20. A 27 100 wlw. Ah, my friends of nature. Stone got a good deal in your garage. And I mean, if you have shopped for these types of floors before you'll appreciate what a great deal to 99 Square Foot actually is. 2 99 plus installation..

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8 shot in 2 separate incidents on Chicago's South Side within an hour

Dave Plier

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

8 shot in 2 separate incidents on Chicago's South Side within an hour

"Eight people are shot on the city's south side in the span of less than an hour last night regions Rob's need with details. It all happened around 5 30 On May street. We're told that most people were standing on that street when shooting on that shooting occurred. We have. One victim was a 24 year old man. He was shot in the foot. There's another victim 29 year old. She's a woman. She was shot in the torso. A 50 year year old old man man was was shot shot in in the the ankle. ankle. Now Now there's there's also also another another person person who who was was shot. shot. His His age age is is unknown. unknown. But But we we do do know know that that he he was was shot shot in in the the chest chest multiple multiple times times and and just 30. Minutes earlier, four people hurting a shooting on South Claremont. Also on the South side, Chicago police are still looking for suspects. Mourners across the US

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"claremont" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"claremont" Discussed on KTOK

"Then I said Okay, I got something going here. So I said, turn on the tape. And Bob Claremont, turn on the tape, and I just played a whole song through a ce fast is it took me to play it is how fast I wrote. Keep listening to I heart radio for more Darryl It's a hoax. I'm ham who? So Fox News? That's what President Trump says about the allegations published by the Atlantic that he disparaged America's war dead, calling them losers and suckers. There is nobody that feels more strongly about our soldiers. Our wounded warriors are soldiers that died in war than I do. The magazine cites a handful of anonymous sources who claimed to have firsthand knowledge. The comments were allegedly made in 2018 during a trip to France, where a visit to an American military cemetery was canceled. Several current and former White House officials say that story is false. The president's Democratic challenger, Joe Biden says If true, the comments are deplorable. President should humbly apologize. Every gold star mother and father Every blue star family. He's denigrated and sold it. The president is also being blasted by some veterans groups, 100 nights and counting. That's how long protesters in Portland, Oregon, have been taking to the streets Last night. Police were waiting as demonstrators approached the police building. A number of arrests were made as authorities pushed protesters back and declared an unlawful assembly. The protests started after the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis more unrest in Rochester, New York, during a demonstration in memory of Daniel Prude. Prue died in March following a confrontation with police officers. Police body cam footage was on Ly released this week at the Public Police Union. And even some city leaders. The Rochester are just now getting their first look at the body Cam video. An investigation by the New York attorney general has been going on. For Vic Month, Fox says Laura Angle prudes family says he suffer from mental health issues America's listening to Fox News From the buck News Podcasts Network download and listen to the one with Craig Gutfeld Cat. I know that you are not particularly pleased with this decision to pick Kamala Harris. Everyone keeps pointing Teo the fact that she was so mean to him in the debates. To me, It's not weird because he got the guy that wrote the 1994 crime bill. You have a drink Coney and prosecutor. I think they're really a match made.

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"claremont" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"claremont" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Has gone for 2020. I would venture to say for many people. We've got news about your money was Sully coming right up. We also have your real time. Traffic here is Kevin Dean, then that BB King. Oh, yeah. Guy bent every note he played, all right, but I digress. A good driver coming in from the East County Westbound side 80 94 looking just right. There's one accident on our freeways, and it's clearing him of the lanes and traffic starting to pick up speed. It was jammed up on the north, bypassing Claremont Mesa Boulevard. All the way to this crash it Governor drive, However, Now they got the lanes cleared so you could see a little bit of slowing passing the 52 there in the center Divide so stupid, right? Give him some room. One last truck there to get one more car out of the way. There were four car is involved in that other than that Great drive around. With no crashes to get anyway. In a one hour delay in our founded Santa, See drove this report sponsored by zero Red Carpet Service, an upholstery cleaners get three rooms of carpet plea for just $135.20 percent off more services during the summer special ending Sunday at zero Red carpet Sir Percival Street Cleaners, visit zero san Diego dot com For details on home safety protocols and book today zero San Diego dot com. Coco's next real time traffic up there just 10 minutes away. All right. We're looking forward. Excessive heat warning, in effect for the desert until tomorrow night. Today and tomorrow The warmer stays a week for us less humid in many parts of the county but still pretty McGee on the coast. We're looking for a high of 80 on the coastline 93 Inland 90 in the mountains. 1 17 in the desert right now. 72 degrees downtown Kogo dears time 8 22. It is time for news about your money with Sully. It is brought to you by anchor funding dot net and 43% of working Americans were inadequately insured at the start of Cove. It Yeah, This is interesting guys. The Corona virus pandemic.

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Reds, Pirates games postponed as Cincinnati player tests positive for COVID-19

Lance McAlister

07:38 min | 2 years ago

Reds, Pirates games postponed as Cincinnati player tests positive for COVID-19

"This is sports talk later for Lance Encounters for 700 wlw. By the way. Hope you had a great weekend. As of right now, we are expecting the Reds to take on the Kansas City Royals tomorrow night. In Kansas City. That'll be an 805 1st pitch. We go on the air, with the Arnell carriers inside pitch at 705 Luis Castillo is said to get the ball against Brad Keller. Trevor Bauer is now scheduled to pitch on Wednesday, followed up by Sonny Gray. In the first game of a four game series against the Cardinals in ST Louis on Thursday, this after the weekend that was lost after Friday night raids beat the Pittsburgh Pirates and then a couple of hours after the game. We find out that a player tested positive. For covert 19. Saturday's game postponed Sunday's game postponed Ah, couple of things worth pointing out here. Seafront Rosecrans, who, by the way, covers the Reds for the athletic And doesn't awesome job. I've tweeted out a link to a piece that I think will guide you through everything happening with this team right now. But since Saturday, every Reds player has tested at least three times. The players were tested. Saturday, Sunday morning and this morning. Pittsburgh Pirates. Players were also tested in Cincinnati before they flew to Pittsburgh last night. Um As of now. Based on reporting from a couple of it from people who are close to this. There's only been one positive test on the Reds, and it was the player who found out that he was testing positive work over 19 on Friday night. That player has since tested positive again. But as of now and again, there's the latest round of testing results that they have to get. No other Reds player has tested positive. The Reds have yet to fly to Kansas City. They are supposed to fly to Casey tomorrow if they're cleared to play. The player who tested positive would have to be placed on the injured list. Somebody's going to have to be brought up to take his place. The The Pirates will be here in mid September, September 14th to the 16th so there is ample time to make up. Two games They missed right now. The Reds have 40 games remaining. There are 41 days between now and September, the 27th which is the end of the regular season, and so obviously they're not playing today They're going to play 40 games and 40 days to get to 60. They already have a double header scheduled Against the Cubs next weekend. But there is not only a Pittsburgh trip to Cincinnati, but the Reds also going PNC Park and so you can make up one of the games there if you have to. But as of now, The plan is to play. Tomorrow night against the Royals. Again. All of this is very, very fluid. As we've seen with the Cardinals as we've seen with the Miami Marlins, the good news is again. After the one player tested positive with that result being released. On Friday. Reportedly. No other Reds player has subsequently tested positive and also know Pittsburgh Pirates player As of right now 6 26 on Monday night, no other Pirates player Has tested positive. So there you go, Uh 513749 7800 The big £1.700 free call AT and T. Jerry is calling from Claremont County. Hi, Jerry. Jerry. Hope something happens. Jerry. Your wine? Yeah, sure. Go. Oh, well. A little question here if one Holding him and nobody there. Miles is okay. But they prayed about because they have to get tests back from the other players to ensure that there not also testing positive. Woman get their pink. Ooh, they did that. And so there are awaiting the latest the Siri's of results and they hope to play tomorrow. The Pirates also hope to play tomorrow. Yeah, this time, noting the Reds go to Kansas City before they do that they need to get to clear And for that to happen, they want to ensure there is no other players testing positive. Your city's okay. Well, yeah. I mean, the players are routinely testing positive testing, which is why we found out that a player tested positive on Friday night. Yes. Okay. Okay. Is that all right with you? Yeah. No. There was just a bad weekend without baseball. Yeah, Wass, I I don't I can't disagree with that. Ana would do anything about it. I wanna thank you very much. Thank you. Ok, thanks. Have a good evening. You you you do the same. The Miami Marlins. You may recall after the first weekend of the year they were in Philadelphia, and then again, they had a game scheduled against the Phillies. And on Sunday morning. They found out that a number of players on that team had tested positive for Cove in 19 And instead of baseball, swooping in and stopping the Marlins from playing. Instead, the players were allowed to vote. Whether or not they play now, I'm not sure why that would ever be the case. But that's that was the plan. That was the plan baseball let the Miami Marlins players vote via text by the way. On whether or not they want to play. They did play the game that day in Philadelphia, and then As it turned out that they had close to 20 members of their traveling party. The majority were players, obviously not all of them. The majority of players that a bunch of guys in there traveling party test positive for cocaine, 19 And then it took them forever to get back on the field where baseball is trying to do. Is prevented outbreak now. It is worth wondering. This. Today is the 17th of August regular season baseball ends on September the 27th. Obviously, everybody has off days built in, so there's time if you've got to miss a couple of days. What I do kind of wonder, though. Well, I think baseball has done the right thing here and frankly, I think they did the right thing with the ST Louis Cardinals. October. When we have 16 teams in the playoffs. And we're trying to squeeze a lot of Siri's in a very tight window. And ensure that the season the post season is over before we really get to cold weather in November. What's gonna happen when we have a situation with the team in the playoffs like the one that popped up for the Reds on Friday night? Positive test and now we're not going to play for a couple of days. Not playing for a couple of days in the regular season is really not that big a deal. Not playing for a couple of days in the postseason. Could have a significant short and long term impact. More on that coming up in the seven o'clock hour at Mohagher, 15. 30 is by how you can hit me up on Twitter. One of the best players in college football is has started a petition. To try to get the big tend to play this fall. I want to know if the big 10 is gonna listen to him. I want to know if you're going to listen to him. We'll do that coming up at 6 45 but first no preseason for the Bengals this August. Which part of me is enjoying Part of me doesn't like Part of me feels for Zach Taylor. We'll do that after the 6 30 news this is sports talk Mohagher for Lance McCallister on a Monday night on 700 wlw. News, Traffic and Weather

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Los Angeles Man Arrested for Alleged Vandalism in Claremont Motel

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Los Angeles Man Arrested for Alleged Vandalism in Claremont Motel

"Parole did not last long for a guy who had a Friday night meltdown. A man from Laverne, who had just been paroled from state prison is back behind bars after police say he trashed a motel room in Clermont. Police say the man had a knife and was heard yelling and throwing things in the room. Police arrested him after finding the room trashed and the man barricaded in the bathroom. He had just been let out of prison on Thursday. He's now facing charges of felony vandalism, resisting arrest and being under the influence of a Trolled substance. He's being held on a no bail parole hold

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Atlanta: Large water main break in Decatur blocks several streets

The Weekly Check Up

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Atlanta: Large water main break in Decatur blocks several streets

"Water main break as water flowing across the road indicator crews are very busy trying to repair the twenty inch break in the nine hundred block of Claremont Avenue it's a traffic mess also causing problems for area residents this woman tells channel two action news that Thursday that that be be a a major major water water leak leak so so get get ready ready get get your your water water ready ready and and fill fill up up your your bath bath tubs tubs because because it's it's going going to to be be pretty pretty ugly ugly camp camp county county government government issued issued a a statement statement saying saying any any customer customer experiencing experiencing brown brown water should run their faucets until that water is clear

"claremont" Discussed on Murder Minute

Murder Minute

10:37 min | 2 years ago

"claremont" Discussed on Murder Minute

"At the last minute Jane had a change of heart. She wasn't ready to leave the area. She said would head back to the pub when she didn't appear at the family's Brunch the next day or to to work the following morning. Jane's Family reported her missing. Shockwaves rippled through the community given the similarities between her case and Sarah's years later investigators would release CICI TV footage showing Jane standing outside the pub around midnight while the video video is grainy. You can see a man approaching Jane. Her face seems to Brighton. Upon seeing him they start chatting than the camera pans away. Uh when it pans back. They're gone again days. Turn to weeks without clarity as to what happened to Jane. Six weeks after her disappearance that change a woman was picking wildflowers with her daughter in Wellard about twenty four miles from Claremont when she made a gruesome discovery in the brush later woman's lifeless body soon the deceased identity. He was confirmed as that of Jane. Rimmer one can only imagine the devastation of her loved ones or the terror. The discovery must have had on those is close to Sarah who remained missing now authorities had one missing woman one woman's body and still no suspects in the following spring. Another young woman seems to be plucked from Nights Kira Glennon a twenty seven year. Old lawyer had just returned return from a year in Europe to celebrate her sister's wedding taking part as a bridesmaid. According to police records cure had drinks after work with some of her colleagues colleagues and Clermont and Friday March fourteenth nineteen ninety-seven near midnight. She decided at home. Walking down adjacent rode to stirling adjoining highway. She was seen walking past the Claremont Baptist Church and talking with someone sitting a light colored car at a nearby intersection. A witness later say he saw her leaning over to talk to whoever was in that car and when he looked away and then back again currah and the vehicle had left the next day she missed a hairstyling appointment and her sisters hen party. Australia's equivalent of a the BACHELORETTE party her family call. The police in a search began at a press conference her father. Dennis said cures alive. If we believe that and we are confident that the way she's been brought up she will fight on three weeks later. Their worst fears were realized. Cures partially dressed body was found an bushland north of Perth fear plagued Clermont now. The three young women had vanished and two confirmed dead given the significant similarities. In the cases there was little doubt that the same person was responsible danceable for all the crimes and the media nicknamed the case the Claremont Zero killings within days the Australian government announced a two hundred fifty fifty thousand dollar reward for any information leading to the perpetrators arrest over the course of several weeks. A tip hotline set up by the police received over fifteen thousand calls in official Task Force worked tirelessly on the case. The pressure mounting for resolution gradually as the investigation led to one dead end after another. The case grew cold years became decades AIDS with no arrest. Authorities investigated a taxi driver. Who said he'd given Sarah a ride the night before her disappearance a man described Dr does socially awkward who's known to drive around the area and a white car and a mayor would publicly objected to the use of security cameras and mass DNA collection elections from taxi drivers? Did he care more about protecting the privacy of effective clubs and Clermont than the victims if so why while well. The mayor had a tight alibi. Police consider him a person of interest for some time. I kept a close eye on him but none of these individuals turned out to be a strong suspect on the twentieth anniversary of Sarah's disappearance. Her family released a statement. It's hard not to wonder what Sarah's life and ours this could have been had. She not been taken from us. Still no answers no justice near the end of that same year. Finally the community learned of a major breakthrough in the case after raiding a home in an eastern Perth suburb. Police arrested the man who lived there. Forty eight year old Bradley Robert Edwards charging him with the murders of Jane Rimmer and Cure Glennon and he was charged with attacks on other women to including the aggravated sexual assault of a seventeen year. Old Girl he pulled into a cemetery in nineteen ninety five and breaking and entering he allegedly broke into an eighteen year old woman's bedroom in nineteen ninety eight as she slept attacked her her then fled after she attempted to fight him off. DNA collected from a discarded. SPRITE bottle helped lock him in as the prime suspect Edwards initially pleaded not guilty to all of the charges Dan in October two thousand nineteen as trial neared he changed his pleaded guilty for the rape and break in counts still maintaining that he's innocent of the serial murders at the pre-trial L. hearings in two thousand sixteen. The lead prosecutor depicted Edwards then h fifty as a socially isolated an awkward boy who grew into an equally clearly awkward prowler with a fetish for women's underwear and from there. His behaviors escalated to rape and then murder six years before the killing spree began. He reportedly attacked women working in a hospital without losing his job. At Australia's largest mobile phone network Telstra starting around Nineteen eighty-eight prosecutors alleged that Edwards was spotted prowling around stealing and addressing women's clothes crossdressing. cross-dressing isn't a crime or all that unusual but the prosecution believes Edwards was moving toward more nefarious accent stealing and that he wasn't only wearing the clothes host but obsessing over women who wore them by one thousand nine hundred ninety he was known to grab vulnerable women. Prosecutors also also said that Edwards DNA was linked with curious body and that fibers from his vehicle connected him to her as well and up until two weeks prior to his arrest they alleged he was editing pornographic material involving the abduction and rape of women. As for the timing of the murderers the Prosecution Susan asserted that Edwards crimes took place at rocky marital times. His first wife left him for a man she'd been having an affair with in January nineteen ninety-six six. The month. Sarah disappeared. When Jane vanished he had just learned? His wife is expecting her baby and cure went missing the same. Among the home he had shared with his ex wife sold. While the time line doesn't prove causality it seems significant Edwards attorney called the attempts to link the crimes to his personal life in exercise in speculation according to an article in the Australian he also so said stealing. Women's underwear has little relevance in terms of committing murders Edwards. Official trial began in November two thousand nineteen. It's expected to be one of the lengthiest most expensive and hardest fought trials in Australia's history at the start of the second week forty-five-year-old five year old Annabel Bush. Shell testified giving an eerie account of what sounded like a Trish brush with life or death. She said that in one thousand nine hundred eighty six the year the murders began she had to the Ocean Beach Hotel one night and Clermont with a friend. They decided to hitchhike hopping and a white car with Telstra logo. The side. Something didn't feel right. She said so. She made an excuse to exit the vehicle. Adding my recollection at that point is looking up and seeing a red traffic light and just wanting to get out. I just had a strong instinct to get out of that car and I wasn't in a good spot after climbing out. She reached in and pulled her sleepy friend out to both women describe the driver as Tan skinned man with dark hair. The description matches an image of the suspect released in one thousand nine hundred eight showing a mad with black curly hair dark features and Chisel jaw all of which fits Edwards. She called the car and Electrical van having noticed that it had cables in the back. Another woman testified defied that she noticed a Telstra view fitting that same description clermont as she waited for cab in the wee hours of January twenty seventh. The Night Sarah went missing. Two other women saw a similar car passing the same area five or six times. He's same night around then. As a trial continues. One thing is certain the darkness circulating Clermont some twenty four years ago. Whoever it belonged to took too many lives Sarah Spears Spears would have been about forty years old now where she alive Jane rimmer would be in her mid forties and cure glennon fifty? Three women gone but not forgotten so this has been murder minutes for true crime anytime. Download the murder minute APP or follow us on Instagram at murder murder minutes for exclusive content and early access find the show on Himalaya..

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"claremont" Discussed on Murder Minute

Murder Minute

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"claremont" Discussed on Murder Minute

"After more than thirty eight years on San Quentin death row. One of California's his most notorious killers has died of natural causes. At the age of seventy-nine Lawrence bittaker was sentenced to death in March of Nineteen Nineteen eighty-one for his role in the kidnapping rape torture and murder of five girls over a five month span in nineteen seventy eighty nine along with his accomplice. Roy Norris Brit occur kidnapped the young women from locations around Southern California. They're victims who ranged in age from thirteen to eighteen years old were brutally tortured and raped before being killed and dumped in the wilderness. The pair became known as the toolbox killers for their use of household tools. Like screwdrivers pliers and ice packs as implements of torture bit across accomplice Roy. Norris testified against him at his trial in exchange for a lighter sentence instead of the death penalty. Norris received a sentence of forty five years to life in prison which he is currently serving. He is seventy one years old. California has not carried out executions. It's two thousand six earlier this year. Governor Gavin newsom issued a moratorium Oreo on executions for as long as he has an office there are currently seven hundred and twenty nine inmates. On the state's death row a thirty year old California man was beaten to death by wedding crashers at his backyard. Wedding reception Joe Joe Malgosa and his new bride were celebrating with guests at a reception and the backyard of the bride's sister. In Chino. California went to uninvited guests. Guests showed up to the party. The men were asked to leave but returned later with baseball bats and beat the groom to death in an alley behind the home. MM-HMM MALGOSA was found in a neighbor's backyard and rushed to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead. In addition to his wife Malgosa leaves behind an eleven year old daughter. Two brothers have been arrested in connection with the attack. Chino police say that the twenty eight-year-olds Roni and nineteen year old hosts way cost in yet. Ramirez did not know the groom but live nearby. They're being held without bail on suspicion of murder a weekend. Crime Spree and southern Maine left an eighty two year old man dead and a twenty two year old man charged with his murder twenty two year. Old Quinton Hannah has been charged with murder attempted murder elevated aggravated assault unlawful. All sexual contact criminal restraint robbery burglary and two counts of criminal. Threatening with dangerous weapon the charges to stem from a series of violent attacks that included hitting a woman with his car and sexually assaulting her robbing another man an attacking two different men including a retired teacher and Christmas tree farmer who was murdered outside of his home. Police have not disclosed a motive for the attacks but said that they were random and appeared to be crimes of opportunity. Hannah is expected to appear in court next week to answer to the murder charge..

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Church nativity scene depicts Holy Family as caged refugees

Chuck and Kelly

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Church nativity scene depicts Holy Family as caged refugees

"On Saturday a Methodist church Claremont California unveiled its nativity scene features the baby has always marry and Joseph as refugees at twice at his lips they are locked in three chain link cages the baby has always is in the middle cage in a manger now the pastor of this church Karen Clarke Christine says the purpose of the display is to demonstrate how asylum seekers have been greeted and treated by the trump administration she says we don't see this is political we see it is the electrical reverent Karen claims that strangers are telling her this to Tiffany seeing more of them

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Church nativity scene depicts holy family as caged refugees

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Church nativity scene depicts holy family as caged refugees

"A church nativity scene depicts the Holy Family as caged refugees a Methodist church in California has unveiled an activity scene depicting Jesus Mary and Joseph as refugees in cages the Los Angeles Times reports the display at Claremont United Methodist churches stoking debate related to the trump administration separation policies at the U. S. southern border Reverend Karen Clarke Christine says the church uses its annual nativity scene to tackle societal issues she says a more traditional nativity scene is displayed inside the church I'm Walter Ratliff

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"claremont" Discussed on MTR Network Main Feed

MTR Network Main Feed

10:50 min | 2 years ago

"claremont" Discussed on MTR Network Main Feed

"The Claremont issues. It was less focus on the cared. As you thought it'd be focused on so. Many people have focused their stories after this on Charles Xavier or Gina Scott or Wolverine. And when you clermont issues it's door storm is used I. This is this is a this is almost a decade of storm at the Center and leading this team and I wanNA storm cool. What storm Sir do you WanNa tell? It is kind of a trick question because there is no great souls drum work also because her best stories are these stories. Yeah it's the Clermont running excellent. Yeah because she's the leader of the x men no matter what and they all respect right the leader of the x men and going through watching them play off for is lear is well defined him as a family exactly and I think that was a surprising thing there of finding out the different characters that we get to see shine through all these kids coming in. Oh there's a there's the you you by the time you in Clermont run you get you get a really good Understanding and growth of a lot of different characters like rains and Claire has a AH has a a an incredible art when you think about where she came from when you first meet her you know basically being more metag's daughter when she gets dogged dogged by Moore and taken into underwing to ten over to Charles Xavier to be be a new mutant. You know where she ends up is is a far arkwright from that. You have a Kitty Pryde and where kitty comes from and starts off at and where she ends up. Bad is a far from that rogue you know. We don't talk to her. We didn't bring a lot about this now but we talked to her about her in in her own. Care to corner but Carol Danvers Never Never Forget that Clermont basically brings back Carol Danvers and saves her from what the horrible happened to her before he rescues cleric Carol delivered like the the women of X.. Men really are the focus of the Claremont series. They really are in. I'm not saying there's always good things that happened with them. Things like that but like there's no denying Woohoo the focus of these books and it I think is one of the things that is what was missing from some other run. We get them in other things like again. The focus of we didn't run it clearly. Kitty Pity clearly built off of the Claremont run and there are certain other elements you can do with that and go from there and I think that Yeah when they're they're at their best when they did that. And so that only came from me when I when I was reading through this and just seeing really the growth of the care where they come from all the stuff man. It's it's incredible. It's I think I'm the governor this because it points out me. He's reminding for everything you love about. Marvel comics x men comes to and I say Ron though doesn't feel like sufficient feels reduc a call like a run. This was a statement. This is I mean. Honestly this is the expert when you say when you say the X. men and this takes nothing away from Stanley Stanley or anybody that wrote before nothing away from them when you think when most people think we X. men. This is what you're thinking of. It is because it's the longest running excellent writing writer we've ever seen you know in in the stuff. He did find things for generates we even cover. Take some of the other stuff we the he writes. We've covered in other cared. According to how much of this like he we're at some point during all this stuff he goes off and he writes ring ring. I think it's because the the first Mini in there's one with Kitty and didn't even write the warring Solo for awhile. Yes he right in that. Yeah socially again like this and we cover that again in a corner a couple years ago something like that so go listen to that like there's so much other stuff here we this is US cover trying to cover the main x men books even than we had you saw we had a spill out into the new moons. A little bit right there but I. I didn't even talk to US caliber near. Yeah you're able to see he subversive writings because he understands the characters at their the core. Yes that's why he was able to jump in so much because he wasn't too. I'm still every writers. Others have talked about conduct but certain point. He understood the carrier so well he was just recording it right now but he would hear them say like he didn't have to find invoices they were just saying uh-huh as it gets a really cool place to watch a writer reach. Yeah Yeah so man. I'm done here. Are you want to say about this memorial and this is one of the things that you read any fault back in love with comments like Hi Warburg. It's like I can't believe they did all this honestly again and we started this before we knew the Hickman was writing x men and what he was doing with it right. I am so glad we did I. I'm so glad we read this and I can I can take this fresh knowledge in my head alongside what Hickman's doing because it amplifies. It's an insult lamented. So I am. I'm I'm grateful that we did this man. It's to me if this is going to be the last to corner we do in two thousand nineteen eighteen. I'm glad it was this like short shorts in and we took up the police coming. So there's all of that so we got this up but like the last actual number care to corner man. I'm glad I'm I'm grateful for all the reading. We had to do for this and stuff like that so So we already kind of mentioned before shorts. Maybe we'll do one another update on Tim Drake in his new name and costume. No no that's GONNA take. That was weird cradle. podcast uh-huh talking about view thought. Funny it is. That's Kinda I see you make you better. I'm laughing because I'm crying inside as well. So there's that so I I. WE'RE NOT GONNA go into detail but I texted as it a text to devolve going like I saw the title. I made a joke. What is new name and costume would be and actually read? Insult with the name and costume wasn't that was right and I cried inside. It's like God damn it we have. We'll have maybe some care to corner shorts. We're GONNA do the the last thing we'll do in twenty nine thousand nine. We'll be the police stay tuned for that. We have a lot of stuff to talk about on. Then it gives them some time to kind of catch up and reading some stuff coming in twenty twenty. I know we already said that we needed some. DC stuff we've been so far out of Doing mm DC's we been focused on the X.. Men Clermont stuff I wonder if some DC stuff. I know. We've talked about doing doing that. Granted run. We're definitely going to do that. I'm all in. I regretted married Judean. Here's the thing and I'm just brings up. Maybe I shouldn't bring some now but I'm just thinking with the end of of Arrow coming next year. Should we do a green Arrow one quick quick green arrow. You wanted the rummy. Both love me do the verbal film but just in general to we haven't done a Oliver Queen cared owner. Yeah we have. We haven't I've made Arrow okay jokes. Of course you know we. We've made aero caved jokes all the time. We've never done I. We have not not. We've actually not done Oliver Queen so I don't I don't know like we know we have. We have not let's do Ali. Yes even a mills already shot his last episode of Ero. The last episode comes into one in in in January so I feel like maybe fitting for us to kind of do our Oliver Queen Care. That sounds like a plan. All right. So we'll we'll start. We'll start next year with a few DC stuff so we'll do Oliver Queen. We'll get that greenland to run in there and we'll go from there. We have plenty of stuff to get ready and we're looking forward to it because there's some kind of prepping for that and to our reading for that so again folks think has very much. I hope you enjoyed knowing this episode but all the ones who've done on Clara we knew oliver episodes but particularly these Claremont wants. These have been special to deny these have been. I think this these excellent ones are always special was again go back and listen to or Colossus and Kitty pryde one or or our summers brothers one the one we did on on a wolverine like all this of we kinda been jumping around on some clermont stuff but to finally go through all the stuff I feel. I feel really great about having on that so we hope you guys enjoyed when people say. Why do you guys love comics? This is Chris. Claremont specifically the reason com books are having folks thing is very much for listening she gets screwed career corner leaving five star review subscribe. 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"claremont" Discussed on MTR Network Main Feed

MTR Network Main Feed

12:27 min | 2 years ago

"claremont" Discussed on MTR Network Main Feed

"We're look we get his backers. Hold us over only comes about because of course Burma Ma everything here things that we appreciate for immanent like the government of her second secondary mutations because the problem of losing students again Like her picture US thinking it's it's bad her geely seeing yourself as put on urge to protect children. Yeah that was interesting. It's like it really does come in this early part of this run of this section of the twenty issued lives come off as because because impact is one of the ones. He's kind of working kind of four image but not really to kind of you know again. We've run into impact pat before with values and kind of amplifying some of the more base instincts. And he's kind of helping push the like the Newman's are they just. They have no interest in anything that are doing they. They have no fight in like the their their whole thing with the beyond away. However you feel about Singapore Sue Wright? I personally think it's a complete fleet hot fucking mess. However ritual freaking summers right exactly it does it does have it has his purposes and I think one of the purposes is is the setting that it puts them in? You means Mike. They are pretty much dead inside and it gives gives for most of them and endanger so she has a whole her whole other thing going on where she's now trying to figure out who she is she's you know Cheyenne Dan. She's a new mutant she's immune regular mutant cheese valkyrie now with our own. DGS bright winglike. She has all these things that she's trying to Russell with her in inner self so she actually kind of separates like the rest of the unions have their own issues going on. She kind of separates from that as a Valkyrie. She has the ability to perceive and since death coming. So that's really fucking with her and the whole idea of the beyond her and what they want them all dying from the the hands beyond her. She's all messed up. The rest of the rest of the unions are jazz. Completely out of it completely in Emma's based EMO EMMA basically hits Magneto with that that lined Italian hits Oh boy in dark knight like just tell them I took it from you like she just yeah just comes in and it was like just come on. Come on come on Eric. You know you're not you're not you're you know you. You are not built to take care of these kids right and granted part of that is impact kind of amplifying manuals own self doubts which again like you said. I think one of the great things about Clermont run throughout all this stuff in his greatest contributions is how much how much he humanizes these characters particularly for care. That are mutations. Where in in in comics the of the humans? Don't humanize Germanized mutant. They do everything to to make. It seem like the mutant. Aren't humans no human behaviors. Clermont is really good job of humanizing. All these people like macos international terrorists. Like there's at one point where magneto realizes that He believes that he's been fooled by 'em path and uh-huh and Emma and so he goes to get the kids back. He's not GonNa fight him he just going to go confront her and Emma basically basically. I'm just GONNA call the police because he's a terrorist and what's going to happen and the police calling the avengers then so menus having to basically fight the avengers with warlock. He's not trying to fight the he's not even trying to fight them though. And so you you see magneto like you know trying to fight back this perception of everybody by going like but you're magneto of course Ron and do something evil. We don't believe you and him trying to protect warlock and protect the kids and trying to do the right thing and you see the struggle for this guy that we've seen do terrorist acts like it's it's it's is one of the again one of the greatest gifts that Clermont Claremont gave is with. This is a scene. He's humanizing part of this character and it goes back to why I think magneto is one of the greater villains in combat history. Because because of this you have he's more than just a villain you. You've you've seen that other side of Magnesia you've seen that side of him being a teacher so when they do do things like you know him being the one to carry on Charles Exhibitors Vision in age of apocalypse it makes total sense just in cowards in literature like he is. Yeah that's the villain. Here's the ones the ones that have been doing it right. Yeah absolutely you get it so I really enjoyed how the kind of formulated of those issues right there with With with Magneto and again that's that's pretty much. There's some other things in here But we've covered some of the leaders of the actually isn't and Clermont with the news with like fall the mutant and things like that all that so comes from Simonsen again. I think the Clermont basically leaves leaves leaves us with this setting of magneto being Him already having his insecurities and being a little bit different against against having them kind of separate from the expert because again the X.. Men At this point are all over the place there. Either I think at this point. They're considered dead in Australia you have the original team of x men are X. Factor and then we've also at this point is might be too early for this but of injury you're going to have some some over an x calibre so when you start looking at some of the others who covered in the first three pretty much part three of the Claremont expert series. You'll see where everyone else is in relation to the new moons but this piece here is kind of setting that that that stage for what happens next with the new Munis from. I WANNA say Doug Ramsey dies I wanna say issue sixty again after Clermont leaves the whole. You're you're you're getting more of the A pushing shing back on her dark side in her Dr Child Personality and things like that like all. That stuff is kind of a set here. Another big piece here is in issue fifty one again like three issues before Clermont leaves also set the stage for Magneto joining the Hellfire Club with storm. Because at this point this is right after the massacre of the morlocks and so the idea is that the X. men and Magneto will put we'd be part of the Hellfire club kind of pull the resources and join together so that our massacre like this wouldn't happen again and also the idea of we're going to join the Hellfire club to kind of keep an eye on them. So they're they're off the board in terms of being are villains now later it's Utah Hickman's during the day. That's kind of the beginning. It's the were tired of being hunted. We're GONNA a scam together to find a way to stand the other. Yeah so so again. Like you said going into what we've seen with Hickman's dud done when you read those powers exit now the correction. It's not against not that far off. From what the the sees that Claremont lead there was a time. When and at that appoint now again I know that later on the line not Clermont but I think they lay on Aloun kind of kind so that Magneto had joined the Halfaya club because it was all a ruse and he was never really reformed and and all this other stuff but like at this point is not that the idea was magneto and storm storm? Actually encourages magneto to do this because it was like. I don't know that's a good idea. I probably shouldn't do that and storms like no. We need to do this. We need to pretty much. That black actress actress gotta stick together. They got together. We gotta do this. And we'd rather keep an eye on them from the inside the not know what they're doing so that to me I think is where we have that lasting of Ood set of where we leave at and again even to this day Danny still has has some Valkyrie. Power to they'd be taken away gotten them back but that's where that piece came from is all on this new means run here and then Simonsen assignments and takes over I guess an issue fifty five going forward and then we kind of cover some of this stuff in there with fall of the mutants and And obviously inferno which is also another big piece of lure and then we'll cover the rest of that stuff when we at some point do Some x four stuff. I know we've covered a little bit. Are Ready to go back. And listen to our our cable care to corner you'll hear some of the stuff there but it's all kind of together there I think that pretty much. It covers most of comprehensive and covered stuff that I wasn't going to talk about stuff. Yeah I mean 'cause it it all Kinda ties in there so you can definitely go and check this off out but that we wanted to kind of keep just on the Claremont stuff. Get into the X. men get into US ending Claremont run on that about exhibition. It came from Chris Claremont. Yeah whereabouts covered right now. This I want to start. I can't remember where exactly we left off at thing. We we left office offense in the forties. WanNa say maybe a little later than that. I have to go look it up and see. I guess we ended up in the seventies sinister getting off blasted by Scott. Yeah that's about where we ended thoughts where we stopped but let it. Sure riveting podcasts. Yeah Yeah Yeah you know law podcast. Yeah you gotta you gotTa say isn't it isn't the notes but Well he's looking at up the Where we actually have right here? I got it right here for you guys ask because we covered. It's Kinda hard to cover some of this stuff right now. Let's see. We ended it around to forty three so Dan Scott when they the the next time. They looked at the mansion right so in two forty-three and so we're gonNA come right now. Now is basically to forty four through Clermont's last issue I think he's credited pass it. But his last actual writing issue is to eighty which is basically the end of thing they call it the either the Muir island saga or the the shadow King Saga All? Yeah a lot of people call the Mirror on and also cover the three the mode the best yes. Of course we're going to you got to because what I'm saying is so. We covers uncanny x men from two forty four to eighty and this again lead us to and then we'll cover those first three issues of the excellent in series breaks out from this because what happens is from two forty two to eighty where this is what you by the time you get to the end of this. What you set for now is the the now infamous from what everybody thinks of when you think of expert on the nineties the blue and gold teams because of this was a idea? Listen we we had the we're we're we'll save our whole thing like there are things. I love about the nineties X.. Men Because Again I. I read a lot of these X.. Men Things but that also put it this way when Claremont leaves is when you start getting a little bit overboard for certain things hollow covers various and is in there. No I look. Don't get me wrong. There's definitely some great things that happened in their But he colorado control..

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Hometown True Crime Stories

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

10:36 min | 3 years ago

Hometown True Crime Stories

"Gals first off massive fan. You guys get me through my grill and commute on the Los Angeles Metro. WPRO ANY WHO I'll get to it I moved to. La about a year ago but before that I lived in a small city in Missouri called Springfield you know the home of Gypsy blanchard. Oh sorry ammos Missouri yes it is. Oh my God. I forgot that road deleting you cut that out. I lived in an apartment downtown for about three three years and had many sketchy things happen but this was by far the sketch the scariest I kept seeing this creepy dude with Jeffrey Dahmer glasses and dirty s shirt skulking around the premises assists for a while. I assumed he was a new tenant. The just the whole story reminds me of late night lived in Hollywood that and it's terrifying yeah he always creeped on me in the basement laundry room. No no and I would ignore his attempts at interacting fucking apartment building laundry rooms. Is there anything scarier or more dangerous. Totally you bring a weapon and get real real confrontational. Someone's quote unquote creeping on you in the laundry room. Turn around and go back she'd bananas on that Erzen. Just stop washing your clothes or get a friend who has like washer dryer. Take out a loan from the bank in quarters. Yeah take it on down to very full laundry a great idea one day. I walked to the gas station around the corner unnoticed. He was following me. I thought maybe it was just going to the gas station to but he followed me. There waited outside and then followed me back home. I was freaked out but I told myself. Maybe it's just a stupid coincidence. Well guess what it wasn't later that week one of my female neighbor. I had told me she'd gotten attacked the night before by a man in glasses he had come up behind her and tried to grab her and drag her down the stairs. Luckily she fought back and got away from him and call the police turns out he had been squatting in the basement for about a month and my idiot apartment manager. It did nothing about it. I guess what neither did the police they let him go because there was already an ongoing investigation involving him that they didn't want to interfere with also all caps also was a registered sex offender. Jesus cry. I the ongoing investigation they were talking about involved him raping a thirteen year old girl. Holy Shit needless to say I trust my gut now and it tells me someone is a creepy fuck head. Yes thanks for being the Best Lacy Jesus Christ skies so there because it's an ongoing investigation that he might be a child rapist right. Go ahead and let him do it. I trust trespassing S. passing and getting him in for trespassing derail the investigation we we have to watch our own fucking backs because well and also yeah. It's if you are in. If someone is walking behind you and there's more than one gestation in your town. It is not a coincidence. You're allowed to turn around and pepper spray people that are following too close to your also allowed allowed to turn on gotTA. Get the fuck away from me. I'm not kidding. Do whatever you want. Yeah say be confrontational. Be Aggressive like those people need to know that you're paying attention yeah and that you'RE A or B or turn on take a picture of him. Emulate your rate cut me now. I have a picture of you taking it to the COP. That's a great idea you know. When I got <hes> I got boxed in like someone trapped me off the freeway because he thought I cut him off and I couldn't go anywhere he got out of his car came to my window and I was panicking. I didn't know what to do with yelling emme. I started recording him with my phone and as soon as I did that. He acted all normal and walked away. Yes that's right yeah yeah. Get get them. Get proof. snort collecting your own proof and showed them. That's what you're doing. Yeah show them that. You're not pretending they're not there. 'CAUSE you're scary. Show them. You're scared therefore you're going to go nutso love but yes please love it also involve your friends involved the guy that works at the gas station yeah say to the guy that works the gestation. Can you help me that guy's following yeah like it is see if anyone will jump in on at Rayo totally but also save it for save it for when you now yeah carry pepper spray. Make sure you're not that's not happening a lot. Yeah you know be your own best editor but when you truly feel it go with it. That's right got. Your pepper spray has only a few spray Zenit. Eh Remember that too. It runs out pretty quick but know that people will help you look for a mom type. Yeah the and look at her and go this. Guy's freaking me out or stop and be like. Can you pretend that we're friends really quickly because I this person's following me. Just don't be afraid to rope in others that looks safe have clean shirts. You know right this. We just get right into this what you're also add that. I even got my scaredy cat sister and my boyfriend who hates most things into FM. I guess thank you you those two. Those are the victory people guys who aren't interested and women who are like. I can't listen to high. I thank you so when my older brother was a teenager. He was a regular again and it was always getting into some sort of mostly harmless trouble one day in two thousand eight. When my brother was a junior in high school he decided to stay home when my parents sister and I went on a little Lake Day a few hours away <hes> just when we were about to get ice cream. My mom got a call from my end. This is what I heard what he's where is he okay. He did what Oh my God okay. We'll be there too few hours so it turns out my seventeen year old weather and a group of his pals were hanging out in one of of their female friends. Nice ass wealthy neighborhoods filming a movie in this movie. They were pretending to kidnap the girl. Well girlfriend had been taking acting acting since she was eight and pulled out all her girl they dragged her into the car kicking and screaming and then sped away the girl's neighbor saw this and immediately called nine one to report her. Oh kidnapping shout shout out to the neighbor for calling nine one one and asking questions later while the police wasted no time put out an amber alert and shut down the highways. They pulled over my brother and his friends and arrested them. Oh my they brought them to jail and we picked him up after we finished our ice cream looking back on it now even even though it was a pain in the ass for my idiot brother and my parents. I'm super glad that neighbor took action when she thought she saw something happening and the police reacted so quickly and took it so seriously if my brother was a real kidnapper they would have saved a girl's life. I don't think they're ever charges filed against my brother and his friends but I was only in the forest grade so I was dumb. He's thirty now and still basically dumb teenager. He hasn't kidnapped anymore. Girls so we are seeing big improvements stays sexy and always tell your neighbors before you kidnap doc your friends shelby shells. Larrea and identify having a troubled older brother also I. I wonder if they still use that but it. I bet it was great. Seriously kids in high school who make movies on their own are so cool. I think wait a second that was from Shelby Tarantino in the beginning Louisville okay. Here's another one ready. I'm just going to tell you it says. EMT Not Story Great Howdy Howdy Howdy my great grandmother was murdered by serial killer Donald Harvey which inspired my lifelong love of true crime. I'm well. He'll timidly landing me in career field. I am in today. This has nothing to do with that by. Oh that's just her opening. Yep <hes> an emt not and Morgan employees. I have lots of stories from both of these but the ones that keep me up at night the ones from the morgue noche but <hes> I have seen it all but my favorite is about what I accidentally brought home from an autopsy. This summer was disgustingly hot as we all know which lead to some particularly unique circumstances for us at the morgue contrary contrary to popular belief more are actually pretty clean and we use enough bleach that it doesn't smell too horrible so when I walked in the door and immediately gagged. I knew it had to be bad. We had a case in which is something on us too but what I wasn't expecting was all the little critters during the autopsy. A few hundred maggot started dropping to the floor okay gross but no big deal. Here's where it hits the fan. A fucking mouse leaps out of the body bag and onto the floor. I can handle anything except for rodents. I built to the other side of the room and the little mouse's else's darting around searching for a place to hide. So where does you decide to go right towards me. Great thankfully my shrieks of fear scared it off. Can you imagine being a morgue worker and an an T and and you've seen so much shit. You're scared of my that's what I was GONNA say. Just everyone has their thing yeah. Everyone has their thing for some people. It's like I don't understand how you could would ever do it. Autopsy and then the other people like I don't understand how you could ever look at amount yeah. I like that one. There's clearly a right and wrong thankfully including my shrieks of fear scared off and it runs under the door and into the supply closet after the day is done. I come home and take off my shoes expecting to shower and eat cheetos to only to find that somehow a maggot got under my shoe covers and into my shoes fortunate leaves only one but after the mouse I was just over it to make a long story short. I panic over little critter pathetic. I know are pathologists. Eventually finds the mouse a week later who sadly had the ironic fate of dying at the morgue. Oh stay sexy and adopt up catch to keep the mice away from Cincinnati. Wow Tear at thank you for doing the work you'd yes. It's important. We don't mean to make fun of you or the little your fear now we you're brave in many way it's ironic. It's ironic and Alaria if you were we'd say to your face yet because it's cute and you yeah no it yeah okay now. This goes almost in the other direction say sexy and think twice before you call the police okay right all right a lot of things times entertain entertain in that episode make judgments. Yeah Judgment Calls Halos. I grew up in Claremont in Western Australia and as such had a natural obsession with serial killers in in fact both my parents were witnesses to the first disappearance in the Claremont serial killer as they were exiting club. Bayview known back then as club Baseb- you when then she was taken. Oh my God why they were there. When I was about seventeen I was home alone when I heard a knock on the door to police officers had come by to show local residents wants photos of possible suspects in recent attack of a fellow officer at Clermont train station. I had a very long look at the faces and said I would get in touch saw anyone and who looked suspect nearby cut to the next day. I'm on the train going to work and I see two older men across from me who I recognize immediately. I changed carriages is and make a frantic call to police. The two assailants are on the train heading to Perth city. I get off the train in the city and they're easily eighty police officers storming the platform ready to take down the

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"claremont" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"claremont" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"This is just happening this is live you're looking live a boy I'm gonna check the so cal is an outage map and see what the deal is and see if if we have any information she says that socal Edison still just trying to find the source really you can find the source of fourteen hundred customers are affected where is again people isn't Hafez diss Clermont Ferrand and I'm gonna zoom in here and find out it looks like but nida and mountain but Nita and mountain time just to the west of the Claremont colleges fourteen hundred customers are without power and the estimated time for a restoration that's still being evaluated so all right for people that don't know you know they they the last time you know when they hear Claremont they thank you know a water bed store going out of business this is Dave in Claremont hits off the two ten the foothill freeway just east of the fifty seven yeah it's between the the ten and are the two ten the ten right between just east of the fifty seven freeway and its west of the fifteen right so it's near upland Claremont that whole area yeah Montclair LA county fair is just west of right fourteen hundred customers of thanks to listener Lauren for letting us know yeah but you know that's I wonder if those customers are north or south of the two ten freeway exit that's it's very dark up there it's they're they're between between ten and ten yeah there is just about a nice sized city block south of fort hill all right I'm sure channel two four five seven nine eleven somebody sending a helicopter out there because that's always a great visual probably when.

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"claremont" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"claremont" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"claremont" Discussed on MTR Network Main Feed

MTR Network Main Feed

11:46 min | 3 years ago

"claremont" Discussed on MTR Network Main Feed

"Welcome back to they cared corner with your host chris indie palm here in dumb yeah were back here did you part two of are clear chris claremont x men run 'em i think the last time we did this we did was it ninety eight through one thirty eight the dark saga 'em so this one we're gonna be doing another a sizeable chunk here at one thirty nine through two hundred m we're not so just say from were not gonna be covering some of the spinoff stuff right now like the new means we definitely wanna cover those a later time it might be a mini episode or bonus episode 'em a little bit later 'cause i think that also plays a heavily in to especially when it later later into this part of the rumor doing here 'em they're starting crossover with the new stuff like that but it was just too much time on but we're gonna a jump right into this in in kind of go through these issues and i i kinda wanna wear some of the major story one of the many storylines and some of these are two issues data feature pass a much the loss of passengers right right which i think that was the thing so we just quickly about those who 'cause they they have a fairly early into this in this part of the run 'em thinking about these surpasses and this is where i think be for multiple reasons and what i see no before you go into this let's let's i'm really interested chauffeur those were news while you're new to everybody someone's gotta find out just how you're voice in my head they kept the core pockets where you we go through some you're favored champa character's give a history of 'em 'em until like that we were doing a special thing but this one were not doing woman a set of characters were kind of going through a chris claremont one of the if not the greatest writer four of the x men a we gotta go through his seventeen year run and we started the first one with the phoenix saga which pretty much everybody talks about the dark side which is those handful is you the in where you really want hurting the phoenix soggy you gotta take that entire tire run we did was like forty four issues or something like that or for some in that way in in that kind of leads me into this into this from doing like again dj reader pass happens early and it's only two issues i think the reason why why you have a movie like you need to pass from fox yawned the just the issues at fox has you can't doing that storyline you have to understand that that story is years in the making up to that point and then the real fallout from in comas years afterwards in issues afterwards it's like you don't just do that story in think that it's a one and done it in any kerry nothing over it's an an and that's that's indicative of of critical monson entire run when you think about it it's like you can't just take a couple of handful of things here and there and not realize that they have long lasting impacts it just doesn't work that way you know it's this is really interesting because they're doing that a i forget the name of the series right now where the retelling mean tire marvel a ton of human history in the span of four issues submarine that alongside this the 'em some of the research coming 'cause obviously over the course of certain things about people were saying about the units happening 'em left dale's said that unless heels in and i guess it at the time it was only the quotes crack you're really thomas said that defeating saga is clermont and birds locks history glocks astrology we incurring 'em but for me it's always interesting is that he did at the beginning it feels like oh of course you know he he he he put this massive save on x men but almost what comes next is more interesting because he has his so product so pearl so operatic 'em layer complex kansas given storytelling that a lot of offensive talking better run into issues that's the ramifications fury's today she won fifty is the first time i heaters identified is coming from a movie i've survived the holocaust that ended up finding character trait mhm you know what that seems like it'd be bell better shakes his role in in in in in in in the in in one fifty they miss it happened in one fifty end up going into the issue to hunter we end up with his problem i need like this is so funny so a we did a nerd off we're rotting i i didn't know within within this week i think it was last week and we were talking about i think also kind of going through some of the chris claremont ron you're talking about he's like it's good stuff he's like but it's just it's so worthy like there's so many words he's right it doesn't make it better you have to be prepared for it's not like today and again this is not is not to denigrate the writing the oh the artwork from back then it's just there's a different style of the day where i feel like a lot of sometimes like the writers civil rights and the rights to come the script but a lotta times already thinking now habits the artist tells a lot of the story without having the words they're not gonna day it wasn't like i don't know what you're talking about the mortal man so basically marlins who's a writer right districts drawn destroys and in the words that the kind of fill in the blanks never recover kind of especially in how some articles become somewhere between marvel medicine in like full script to where you're right the and i think also you're right to be a factor in abilities of artisans technology available them a lot in the play more subtly so you don't have to explain but we reach clermont era in a cash and boxing editors now it's all others in philly airy supportive materials that now you kind of have access to it's less plus presented in a way that makes it deals with our sitting in a little extra income says she's a story in humans and it's just about like why these two characters are speaking yeah yeah yeah i'm like oh i gotta look yeah it it it made you the urgency of oh we got this new somebody reader like oh that's so you kind of explain those so he's so they're not finishing right right but it but it but it goes into i think that inning again there's definitely in the top bear bowl era there definitely is sometimes in his way over done unnecessary in especially if you're not if you're not a writer of chris claremont caliber 'em it become it it's one of the things it doesn't stand the test of time the reason why clermont stuff does no wonder where so good i know i can't remember who is or is it is it john burns cocker caught johnny cochran and then i think it's a adams comes on his own and anyone anyone i i think cochran did the woman there's the issue of one seventy whoever the art is it for one seventy which is the one where a you have a storm fighting cliff stove for a leadership of the the the the more lax oh the panels that are just fantastic because at one point you know closer throws a knife to to a two story that you can use powers in the ninth is coming toward storm she stays in his parents shows her hand going to catch it and you at that moment you see where closer realizes she fucked up right and you're like oh shit in it but then then you get you get nightcrawlers producing on what's going on going oh but no it's it's all bluff you know trump doesn't kill and so close those gonna realize that in like redefined on that storm will close those assets in fabs handles all paul okay okay so yeah the the artwork and that one is fantastic but it kinda leads you so you where there's not a lot of balls in that one and that's where the artwork starting to trend towards but again a lot of times you couldn't do the end also i feel like we've got a lot of stuff he was trying to explain is he gets you it wasn't like i think the reason why you don't need a law topples like today such with excellent comics right now is clermont did all the work for you see nick explain what i told you so when we and when we do the the the lee when we heard the rumor clermont starting with a brand new x men team it's like we're gonna have you restart yeah you're right the accident but we're gonna take away all their original original characters right man what stands out to me is in in it it fits in with the the marvel world is clermont did a great job of making the world's action phil lipton but making the x men have lived i know that sounds fucking crazy but when you've you'll see a movie today would they asman in it anywhere anywhere else the x men are just x men they don't have any laws outside of that you're you're turning going like oh wow that's that's real like there's only one of the first issues at this run is storming catcalled walking down the street yeah she's a fucking with the with the race or mhm yeah you're old hired a lawyer you kid even dance practice like you're right they feel like they're fucking why the great point well it's it's it's like so you mentioned the kitty kitty kitty with a with a going today so secret cb cb hunter so they made stephen hunter a black woman who's interrupted the dance studio end this whole thing that goes wrong for the longest time in this run where storms like storm like stevie their friends but she's also kind of jealous of the relationship that this tv has with with a kitty is another thing and we talked about this when we did the first a set around about how storm was best regime here you have in this run 'cause 'cause going forward for there's two characters that you see as we get a lot of the prism of what the x sooner about obviously skinny pride who is the youngest member of the excellent so a until they formed the the new means she's really that window of getting younger the younger audience younger readers investment vx when because while is technically a school you it wasn't a school they want these you know keeping going i mean there's teasing a death and how to kill you or had a fight there's no real teaching teaching going on there because kid he's really the only student you see some of the other person is store you get a lot of biggest storm is has been made the leader of the action because after james death psychologist left so storm is now the leader of the x so those are two characters you get a lot of of e m the story that confirm it doesn't mean you don't get stories from other people's perspectives or anything like that but it always comes back to the storm in in in katie in a lot of these things and if you think about it this is what the luck as of this point where the eighties late seventies early eighties 'em in you have a black woman in a young jewish girl as being you're leading character's for a comic book embattled understood peterson what you just said there 'cause it can be okay so there is some internal i guess internal external anymore at least from marvel studios it's not so it's a week but there were some debate about the middle of the veracity of the title excellent i think it comes up even in a dark phoenix the movie that i refuse to watch 'em but this is.

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"claremont" Discussed on WSB-AM

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01:52 min | 3 years ago

"claremont" Discussed on WSB-AM

"So must've stay dry right our seventy two on Peachtree street. And for Kirk Mellish channel two action news meteorologist Brad Nitz the. That the. Looks like a stall. Eighty five south Claremont merges in Amer Jacob's trouble that could be the left lane eighty five hundred hundred swing around and look at that I found a slow with and. Six flags there at traffic every six minutes of the sky-copter, WSB, WBZ news time, seven oh, two this morning news with MARCY Williams, Judd Hickinbotham. Cobb County father wants police to find the man who took advantage of his two young daughters. Police I- searching for the man who approached to little girls who were riding their bikes in their apartment complex authorities say the man lured, the sisters ages six and seven to an apartment by saying he was a rapper and giving the money. That's when the girl say the mad groped them and exposed himself before they were able to escape the girls. Dad tells channel two action news he wants this guy found sick individual that need to be. He knows his need to get away with police say it's an active investigation, but they're not releasing too much other information because of the victims ages Michelle Wright WSB from the execution chamber in Jackson Marian Wilson proclaims, quote, I ain't never took a life in my life than the state carries out the lethal injection. Pronouncing Wilson dead just before ten last night. Wilson in the second men were convicted in the nineteen Ninety-six murder of an off-duty prison. Guard Milledgeville Wilson maintained. It was Robert butts junior who pulled the trigger butts was put to death last year. It felt like a really long flu season, the CDC's Dr Lynette, Brammer says that's because it was longer flu season than normal influenza like illness was elevated for twenty one weeks, which was the longest. We've seen it in the past ten years. Bremmer tells us there were two different active strains, still the CDC rates the season is moderate with fewer hospitalizations and deaths than the previous season, WSB money.

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"claremont" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

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"claremont" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"claremont" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Claremont? Yeah. Ever live. Company. That's right. Mike came up wanna make I don't know. That was good that they're driving. So we'll make that available. He put that up out of business. Once you're here, we go. All right. Hey back to Matthew more from Interscope hearing technologies. Matthew, I wanted to ask you a couple of couple of significant things about you guys. First of all, we can talk about the I think we're gonna talk about the series dot com. K mart dot com. But I wanna talk about the fact that you guys were recognized as the twenty nineteen best hearing Adrian faction US accurate. Yes. That is accurate actually is we've submitted paperwork to a submission board four five months ago. And I'm guessing a lot of other manufacturers also Senator paperwork, and but we were lucky enough to be recognized to win the award global health and pharma recognizes Interscope hearing technologies this is out of the UK. Right. Correct. Yeah. So so it was a global publication with over two hundred thousand people are got this magazine. And so yeah. So we were recognized for all on a global forefront. Okay. So here's my question for you. When you sign a deal to do with, Sears dot com and KMart dot com. How significant is that for you guys company? How you guys are direct to consumer already. But that's a pretty big deal. That means that you're going through their portals. And basically, that's almost like an endorsement in my opinion, exactly is. And that's actually the the great thing about it. Is that what they Sears KMart deals is that the consumers actually get the Sears and k more money back guarantee. They get the the the the reassurance that KMart and Sears has vetted. The company bet at the products and is ready to help the public. We want to do the home shopping network version of these sales pitch will do a twenty minute call now, we'll give you buy one here. Here's my question for you. Guys. Matthew, you mentioned that you're gonna open up your an open up another total of eleven stores by the end of eight. Say those numbers again for seven open now seven open now, we're opening up another four this month. So we can have a total of eleven and then a total of twenty five by the end of this year with a goal of reaching about one hundred locations within the next couple of years. So what happens in those stores? This question. What do you do those stores, it's basically traditional audible in a hearing aid center? So so it's the same exact service and quality and handle customer service that you get at any other local audiologist or hearing aids center and your marketplace. But our devices are the same exact pricing that's online. So a person can get a direct to consumer product. I address consumer pricing out. Our local audiologist office says that way, they're saving thousands and thousands of dollars compared to similar products. Okay. Okay. That makes sense. And I think the other thing too is didn't we have didn't we have another big box retailer in one of the press releases? I saw recently or is that something that I misread that. Because I think we had KMart dot com. We have Sears dot com. And then you have your store, correct? And we also have a WalMart. Forget that many credit like saying, there's Pepsi there's ice tea, and there's the it's like, it's I know they make the like another is called Coca Cola. So yeah. So walmarts and other all three of the big ones all three of the big ones. And we're in conversations with plenty of other big box retailers, and we're looking to add dozens of big box retailers globally in the coming months in the coming years stuff. Hey, matthew. Appreciate it. Can't wait to see. I think he's gonna come to you in the coming years..

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"claremont" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"claremont" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Monica the Claremont school district and a former cafeteria worker have agreed to collectively pay a former student nearly two million dollars over sexual abuse claims the former Claremont high school student was part of a program where students helped prepare meals a female cafeteria worker allegedly talked to the sixteen year old about her marriage and children sent him graphic photos and eventually had sex with him. She resigned and pleaded no contest. Unlawful sexual intercourse. She claimed her interactions with the boy didn't do any harm news. Brought to you by pajamagram police in Rancho Cucamonga investigating whether a couple rested for sexually abusing a child may have abused other slim. Police searched the home of Jason Whitney and Melinda. Smith. They found their bedroom was set up for porn, filming webcasting detective Donald patent says the couple is accused of abusing a girl younger than ten over. The course of four months at this time. We we have not located any video tapes were still going through the magnitude of the evidence says Smith is a porn actress and Whitney's appoint director and producer in the couple may have crossed into child pornography. Our concern is that there are potential other victims pans as cops also found guns and math in the house in Rancho Cucamonga, Chris ancarlo KFI news, researchers at UC Irvine a new scale for ranking rainstorms could help predict droughts UCI, professor Goudron Magnus daughter says the most recent atmospheric river to sell Celta in California was ranked category too. So it's this intense moisture transport. So they were elongated and narrow they can see them just like a river flowing towards the coast. He says the one to five scales based on length and intensity of the storm. Researchers can use the data to determine if there will be multiple atmospheric rivers in a given water year. Delta has pulled some of its drink napkins because of criticism about what was written on them on one side. It says because you're on a plane full of interesting people, and hey, you never know on the other side. The napkin wasn't instruction to be a little old school and give your name and number two your airplane crush delta says it apologizes if it offended anyone Volvo is recalling one hundred sixty seven thousand cars ABC's. Daria Albinger, says the global recalls related to a problem with the electric hatch lipped lids system it can cause trunks on exc- sixties built in twenty nineteen and twenty eighteen to loosen stop working in cold, weather, and possibly damage the vehicle, although says owners affected cars can have their cars fixed at no cost..

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"claremont" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

16:09 min | 3 years ago

"claremont" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Turns out that the debt was not such a problem because as recently as thousand nine hundred ninety eight Bill Clinton said that he could see the possibility of extinguishing every last penny of it by the year two thousand fifteen but nonetheless in the nineteen nineties people talked about it. They stopped talking about fairly recently. Which Wall Street is always a good sign that something is is possibly about to happen. When people lose interest in a particular company, or or a topic or a trade, that's at least starting point for investigating when something is in the papers when it's on the tip of everyone's tongue. That's generally, a good reason to stay away. But we have the we now have the pregnant silence with respect. What do you do for a living? I write about markets. How can we see what you write about markets? Brian. Subscribe. Well, I I have written recently for the most distinguished weekly standard complication, I wrote a piece on the public debt review books for the Claremont review published book every now and then. So so my stuff is in the public domain, but I make my living by writing about markets in something called grants interest rate observer, which is much too expensive for some of the people out there. But. Indeed, I can see their point. I saw referencing end. What two thousand thirteen thousand dollars a year? What's it cost about thirteen hundred? What are you get? Oh. I'm not sure we have enough time. Well, what we try to do is to identify all. That's that's good and many things that are bad. We want the best and the worst as investment candidates one would sell the worst and by the best. So we are looking for things that are out of favor cheap, and therefore desirable isn't investments, we're looking for things that doesn't contrary overpriced over hyped possibly corrupted in some fashion, and those one would sell we also offer comments on the general state of the world principally with regard to Monetary Affairs, meaning the dollar the rate of inflation interest rates. You start the newsletter and how long ago did you start at thirty thirty five years ago thirty five years ago? And I did it because I was having a tough time barons. My my that employer. There was one of these kind of spiteful in from Europe political arguments in the staff, and I was on the wrong side of it. Which by the way is not the time tested reason to go out and start a business. Why are you start C span? I dare say I'm going to I'm going to guess it was because there's some tiff. But that was I'm afraid they'd rather. On compelling reason for my leaving. And I thought well go work for someone or do. I. I didn't especially want to be rewritten. By the editors of Forbes or fortune or Wall Street Journal as good as they were and are so I set off the. On the preliminary this, comprehension, the world did not have enough to read. It turns out Brian. The world has a great deal to read. Was your ever time in thirty five years. Did you think it would not make it? Oh, yeah. I was like three years where I can take a salary. Three years. Yeah. My wife was an investment banker for so long ago was nineteen eighty five leaving was still solvent. There was a time about that moment. Mid eighty s when I took the envelopes mail to the extent about forty subscribers and left, those stamped envelopes in the back seat of a taxicab. There. There wasn't a liquidity the business right there. But fortunately, I would say we those growing pains. And now, look, it's it's okay. What would an average reader be? What would they do for a living? An average reader perhaps is buys low and sells high from getting he or she is professional investor most likely. We have many who are not invest for their own account independently. And. It's principally a publication for people who have a serious interest in investing. Why did you write a book about John Adams? I wrote a book about John because I could not stand the financial markets in the late nineteen ninety s. There's another good reason not to write a book. But I have from the time. I was in college. I have been smitten by John Adams by his bloody mindedness by his high mindedness by his. Selflessness by his his. Inextinguishable patriotism, and did I mention bloody minded this. So I thought to myself run nineteen ninety seven. Well, you don't wanna do. I am going to step away nights weekends and the fourth of July, which of course, is one on Weiss books. I'm going to step away. From Wall Street. I'm going to undertake this great project and dilettantism. I I the interest rate observable right life. It. Check it. Called party of one alluding to his aforementioned plenty mind to this. But I had a great. Well, I think as you appreciate it's ever so much better to have written than too, right? And I look back with that project with great pleasure and pride. I so enjoyed his company. You know, when you write a biography you are in the company of your individual. She never leaves your side jobs. Go at night. Stays there. Weekends your family. They sick of the company of this said person in my family. I dare say he got a little bit tired of the omnipresence of John Adams. But I never did. I I certainly got tired of typing, but as to his company, I never tired of it. John. I I suppose. Librarian? Bloomington, indiana. I guess I saw Robert Ferrell. A well known deceased. Historian who's been on this program was one of your professors? What do you remember from Robert Ferrell route? We were sitting in one of these big lecture halls, Indiana. There's a state rule. No class can be smaller than five hundred people. Mash lecture halls, and it was springtime and the windows were open giving out on third avenue. If that's in fact, geographical fact, case heavily traveled, traveled thoroughfare and Bloomington. And the car boom by the Mustang, all hopped up Mustang, and it made its presence known and professor feral casting a disapproving glance at this. Very very loud vehicle, the self-important vehicle. Turnaround class and ruminated he said, I wonder how many books the cost of that car would buy. I so love this man, I had the privilege of writings obituary from the Wall Street Journal and elsewhere. We stayed in touch. And he was a lifelong mentor. I dearly love Robert Ferrell. What was special about it? Oh, his generosity with respect to a students with special also his his his tireless scholarship. I mean, he wrote sixty or seventy published books. Never quit. And he would write these monographs published by the university of Kansas precedent would get. For medium. Hello by the established book reviews. But some of them were were news, breaking I I'm not sure if you interviewed him before or after his monograph on Douglas McArthur. He rather proved that the Douglas McCarthy was kind of a fake with regard to congressional medal of honor citation. First World War. I think I'm getting my x Ray. But any case he did have the goods on Douglas McArthur. He was a remarkable scholar in most generous, professor. Somebody is born in New York City area find their way to Indiana University. If you may not know, I am a French horn player or I was. I was very serious about it. And I quit and joined the navy. I was eight I joined the navy seventeen and two days old. Reserve which committed meets two years of active service, and I chose to took those to take those two years after one semester at college during which play French wine rather seriously, and I came back, and I thought well, I'll pick up where I left off. And I got admitted to this mecca of French horn playing music school at Bloomington, Indiana, Indiana University. So I drove I'm not sure how you got around after you got an eighty Brian. But I saved my money and one thousand nine hundred fifty seven Mercedes-Benz one ninety s l can you imagine the prospects of a twenty year old veteran mind, you veteran returning to college with that kind of water. Well, I drove up to Bloomington, Indiana and dropped music department announced by presents wanna professor I said, I have been accepted as a French horn player, and he said, oh, really I've never been. Most down casting and rather deflating beginning. I only lasted like six months among these truly talented. It was very nearly talented by south. I was diligent which is difference. As you know, right away. What impacted how many years in the navy? Well, we were you know, you have been quoted as saying that your naval experience. You had five years. It must have been Rossy. No. Actually as an army Razzi ostrich candidates, Dan. Well, I was only two years active, but it was such a formative important experience. My goodness. It's something that you never ever do again. And what years were you in nineteen sixty five or sixty seven. Did you go near Vietnam near but not in difference between the? I tell people when they. At least feign or express gratitude for my service. I tell them seriously and truly that I would have been at greater risk driving the family Ford Fairlane on the Long Island expressway, the age of one thousand nine hundred was manning a five inch. Thirty eight caliber antiaircraft gun on board. The USS we ever got shot. But three of my three or four friends for the Hornets. So we were we had one tour of what they call Westpac. We off North Vietnam. South Vietnam, we watched the Soviet ships steam into Haiphong, delivering those missiles shot down merica. So it was it was it was an important experience. It was not it was not a dangerous anyway. So with that said. We got back a Long Beach, California, home port and. So we've we've we've felt some of us that we ought to do more for this war. We don't we didn't closely. We the State Department handouts that were in the ship's library on the. The seato convention that got us in boil this little Bubba pay grade, but three or four my friends reenlisted as a shift over for the privilege of serving for another four years on swift boats. Vietnam, they ship over four years for that. So that was that was the another aspect of the navy in those days on C span radio. This is Cuban day with author and columnist James Grant, another name in your passes, Jack Barzan, Jacques bars. And yeah, I got I was he he was a great scholar of the history of culture, and he wrote such things as Darwin marks Wagner. And I had the great privilege of taking a class one semester worth of ours club. Gotta indiana. I took a two year. Of course, it's something called international relations. You'll tell me later if you discover what it was about exactly if I was able to read books for two years and the most pleasurable reading was under the. Tutor tutoring of Jacques Barzan who seem to know everything about every cultural Lafayette, he was present. I think at each. The president of the. The opening night of the Firebird in Paris. I think one thousand nine hundred thirteen. There was a very notorious opening performance anyway. So here's this man, this contemporary of Stravinsky this contemporary of so many twentieth century, cultural figures, and he was for Hector barrels. And so I I so loved his his presence has scarlet presence. And I I went to see him. Once I got into by Brooks brothers plays random, of course. Tie naturally. Went to see professor bars. Who has an office in one of the more dignified Columbia buildings. And this was the time of the student riots in nineteen seventy one or something. The only guy on campus wearing a necktie except for a couple of professors and presser bars. Receive me he was somewhat distant and he didn't mean to be chilly or patronizing, but that came through slightly. I asked him how one became self read. And he said why read? So I've been reading it was good advice. Why? Then or how did you think you wanted to be a journalist went to Baltimore Sun for a while? But was the drive there. Oh, I wanted to be in the way of writing. And whether that was editing books, which I thought about it what it was writing for newspaper to something else. I wanted to have something to do with written word. And so one thousand nine hundred seventy two I guess I applied to about one hundred newspapers it was not a very good year for journalism, by the way. There have not been many great years for journalism since was going concerns. Newspapers concerns, but I did apply to all these dozens of papers and the greatest good luck. The Baltimore Sun said yes, it was the only one that did these hundred or so. Darren start writing about fires and Pichu areas and coming this such things into barons and then to your own newsletter. Yeah. Well. In all the time thirty five years of doing your newsletter. What were the high moments if you were pitching your newsletter or the high moments where you've predicted what the market would are our greatest moment was the events leading up to and culminating in the sorrows and trials or two thousand eight we has been very early read what was going wrong and housing business. He knew that houses themselves overpriced, we knew that. The mortgages is an ask those houses had been packaged in such ways. As to render them uncreditworthy, these were these notorious collateralized debt obligations and mortgage backed securities of one kind or another he's he's feats of financial engineering be not such feats at all..

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Miramontes retired basketball coach Tom Blackwood was larger than life

San Francisco Chronicle Sports - Spoken Edition

05:06 min | 4 years ago

Miramontes retired basketball coach Tom Blackwood was larger than life

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. The San Francisco symphony proudly presents a new season of feature films with live orchestra featuring Jurassic Park law land, Mary Poppins and more. Visit SF symphony dot org slash film for details and information. Miramonte as retired basketball. Coach Tom Blackwood was larger than life about thirty. Former Miramonte tame male basketball players ages thirty to fifty showed up for open gym at their alma mater, intervene data on Friday night. They weren't there to play Hines or relive glory days. Instead, they ran the Olympic drill three men weaves, and the famed Mira Monte muscle layup line after two hours the last thing, these professional sorts with impressive degrees and young families. Did was gathering a circle, but their hands together up high and in unison bellowed one two three together. It was just like they did as high school players every day after school after each practice each time out each game for their team for their school for each other for their coach Tom Blackwood coach thirty eight varsity seasons. Nineteen sixty five to two thousand three and racked up six league titles. A north coast section crown in nineteen ninety eight and six. Hundred thirty eight victories, the six most in state history at the time of his retirement. He was a fiery passionate and personal sort who wore his heart on his sweat suit. Adored his players in the game and worked relentlessly and meticulously at his craft last month. Blackwood died from complications from pneumonia following Panama Canal, spring cruise one of the bay area's most respected basketball coaches was eighty one. The public is invited to pay respects at Blackwood from two to six PM Sunday in a celebration for life at the Claremont hotel on Friday, his former players celebrated their coach and mentor at his second home, the hardwood. It wasn't the prettiest basketball. But we were all there together to honor him said blackwoods oldest son Justin a two time all league player. Most of the guys have very busy lives. So to be their mental lot coach Blackwood meant so much to Chris Kunar, a nineteen Eighty-six all northern California forward who is now a lawyer in Oakland. He loved being a coach it was what he was born to do Kunar said. He was the best in game. Coach I was ever part of he constantly outcoached. Other teams we always exceeded our limitations because of him his team invariably prepared just in Blackwood often would join his dad's scouting teams even against opponents. The matadors were supposed to beat handily. He always respected his opponent. And always had us prepared. Justin said it was a labor of love. He always told me how much he loved going to work just inside. It wasn't just an act he genuinely loved to coach and teach. He never went through the motions Blackwood was born and raised in San Francisco, but moved to other ten he was the three sport star at Menlo Atherton and inducted into the school's hall of fame as an athlete. He was also inducted into Miramonte as I hall of fame class two years ago. Besides his big personality. It was the little things that made him. So successful Kunar said like filling out longhand every scoresheet every game. He total up our averages. And we know exactly where we stood. He did bring on Doug sense to be a score. Keeper in the early. Nineteen seventies sends a former aquatic athlete at Miramonte new little about basketball for the first couple of years. He wouldn't let me right in the names in the books and said after three years, he finally let me I knew I had finally made it in the eyes of Tom Blackwood. The two were inseparable over the next thirty years. Tom was larger than life sent said he was everything you wanted in a coach he cared about all his players as individuals far away from the court. That's a big reason why he got the best out of kids as athletes he genuinely cared not just for his team either. He worked with kids from all over that was backed by coaches throughout the bay area. He was the class guy who always had kind word or was willing to help said NCIS assistant Commissioner Pat creek shank who coached at San Leandro, inheritance, Brentwood, said former Half Moon bay and reorder head coach rich fours, lend always gracious retirement at I was tough Blackwood was seen. Almost every big game around the bay area. But ultimately left that circle to travel the world with girlfriend, Jerry Owings the last decade of his life. They were reunited at his fiftieth. Menlo Atherton class reunion. He lived life to the fullest Kunar said he lived the life we dreamed. He was the spice of life, max prep, senior writer Mitch Stevens covers high school sports for the San Francisco Chronicle. The San Francisco symphony proudly presents a new season of feature films with live orchestra featuring Jurassic Park law land, Mary Poppins and more. Visit SF symphony dot org slash film for details and information.

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The Ostrich Effect

Hidden Brain

10:16 min | 4 years ago

The Ostrich Effect

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