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"collins rodney" Discussed on The NBA Show

The NBA Show

05:28 min | 3 months ago

"collins rodney" Discussed on The NBA Show

"On not just to talk they come on this show to compete ten questions whether they know it or not are somehow inspired by a moment in their life or their career ten questions. Ten points so much fun head over to spotify and please subscribe to ten questions with Kyle. Brands. Basketball is very alone welcome to group the ringers weekly NBA Group discussion where we talk about everything from Mario his own to headbutts. I'm your host Justin Barrier and joining me today Rob Mahoney. WHAT'S UP ROB? Not a lot doing great. I. Want you both to know you're both on my all NBA teams game presented by Keough. also joining US Jonathan Sharks, how you doing? Steve Back on production we actually say hello to Stephen this time we missed you I'm buddy Today, we're going to get into a couple things here. We're going to bring on Chris Ryan to talk about six or sadness I. Guess is the best way to describe it, which is something that Chris knows very well we're going to get into the nuggets in the back end of the podcasts go a little bit of a deep dive with some of charges lineup dead but I want to talk about Damian Lillard. Guys saw last night, but it seems like Damian Lillard is a Golden God. So, sixty one points last night. On the heels of a fifty point game the so they're they're doing this bubble. VP, thing as rob alluded to up top in addition to an all bubble team, which is basically awards for the past two weeks of seating games. So Lillard has clearly one bubble and the If you had any doubts about that, I think last night pretty much. So that up here's my question to you guys if we were to include the bubble games in the awards big picture. Balloting which they're not doing but I wish they had would Lillard have a case for MVP along with Jaanus and Lebron I mean do MVP's ever go to eight seeds right? Like I don't know we have to change the rules of voting right in terms of the unwritten rules how these things go it's tough because he's been so good and you don't WanNa take anything away from how just how well Lillard has played these games and how important those games have been. But I would have a hard time personally even putting aside Johnson Lebron I don't even know what the argument would be for Lillard over James Harden for example, I think there's a couple of their candidates who would still be in his way and alerted probably I bet you'd get on more ballots if the if they were turned in after the seating games about these, really cracking that top two interesting. So you wouldn't even put him third right now I wouldn't I mean harden to me scores more assists about the same is. A clear cut above in every one number metric out there his team is twelve games better. I mean to me he. He does so much of what Lillard does but more effectively if we're talking about hardened specifically and that's not even if you know you could get into Luca in this conversation or Anthony Davis in this conversation as well. Lillard is Great I. Think he is well worthy of consideration for the ballot I just don't have quite at that level I guess I'll go deep cut here I think the question. would. Be In a hypothetical world where they still had all season Nurkic Collins Rodney Hood. If they had their team all year that team of Dame Cj Hood Calms Nurk that prions like fifty fifty, five games. Okay. Now years case sermon. BP. But MVP, team on an individual award you got win a lot of games when this war how it is yeah it's a tough ask I bring this up more as a discussion than than really escaping for for Lord for the Award Janas Lebron have both one almost twenty more games. than. The players are this way. So the case that you'd have to make for Dame would have to be the Russ case, right? I. Know We look back on derisively pretty much almost as as the moment when the NBA media just like really lost his way when we voted for US MVP over James Harden. But I just look back at the season in risk saying signature moments. If we're saying stories that defined the season Russ excuse me not only had that six game stretch where he had almost fifty points a game but now he has this. I don't know I think he's very clearly third. If I were to do a ballot today I, think what he's done considering the obstacles put in front of him in Portland considering all the progress that he's made his statistical resume is in all that worse than some of the top guys, I, just I just think. That, he has a case if not the best case I know where is Justin you're putting respect on his name Yeah I I don't know where this is coming from where we're guys are just making things up now to be upset about it seems like there's so. Be Coming from DC. Place in the world where these kinds of magic sleights, major news stories. That's so weird. I don't know I've never logged on before I've never participated in it at all. But it is weird though like it just seems like maybe there's not enough to do in the bubble that we're just like coming up with Straw man arguments for like the little best players in the world to really have something to really motivate themselves against But I will say this the blazers have dealt with significant obstacles not only the ones you mentioned earlier in the season all of a sudden last night after Dame's market performance I was reported out by White James that apparently CJ mccollum has a broken lower back or like. Fractured Vertebrae, something like that which sounds really tough..

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"collins rodney" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

08:53 min | 9 months ago

"collins rodney" Discussed on WEEI

"I used to because the realities OR use thank god I use you need to get younger and better and rebuild and an old washed up Carmelo Anthony doesn't help that at all I don't know what Leon rose could possibly be thinking to bring back Carmelo Anthony he would be thirty six at the start of the twenty twenty twenty one twenty one regular season he's not going to want to play a subordinate role for some reason Carmelo Anthony has this misguided notion that he's still an elite NBA player thirty six and he's not you know he he he was basically all involuntary yearlong sabbatical around the week before Portland signed up in November and has he been has there been a resurgence in Portland to a degree yeah he's put up some decent numbers Hey Andy he's played a decent role on a team that's not healthy to any way and has really struggled all year you know they're nine games under five hundred twenty and a half games back over the top spot in the Western Conference and three and a half games adult last playoff spot in the Western Conference so the numbers are kind of hollow and empty a whole bunch of guys got hurt you know in their kitchen Zach Collins Rodney hood all have is spent big chunks of the season at all currently are out right now for Portland so yeah the fact that mellows averaging six fifteen points and six rebounds a game shooting forty two percent Corning thirty six percent from three it's empty he's putting up decent numbers on a bad team that's all banged up and getting some run he still can't play any defense he's still not the kind of guy that's going to mentor young guys and and help them play better he's going to be selfish he's going to want to get his he's going to want major minutes and he's hardly going to care about winning or losing he's going to care about getting hits and what his is is get minutes getting points getting rebounds and putting up stats that's why it didn't work in Houston that's why it didn't work in Oklahoma City that's why he had an involuntary yearlong sabbatical from the leak because nobody wanted him because he's a bad fit on a good team and he's a he's not an asset to a young team that's bad right now but is trying to add young pieces and trying to teach them how to be NBA players because he's got that kind of guy you teach anybody to do anything he wants to get the kids so you're a lousy team you need to get better pieces you don't need to win an extra couple games that having Carmelo Anthony on your roster right my plan is to bring you over some other piece that you have right now is your early in your rebuilding project you know you need to get younger you need to get an opportunity get high priced it better talent there you'll need to trim money off your salary cap so perhaps you can bring some young ascending quality veterans or maybe even a star to win what you don't need is to give any money to a thirty six year old declining Carmelo Anthony who provides zero leadership and zero anything do you provide some numbers any at this point is career puts up some numbers on teams that loops when teams win he's nothing but a role player and he's not content to play that role still plays lousy defense he still more of a volume scorer than anything else where where does I don't see where mellow helps you in any way if you are a rebuilding team I I I just don't get that and I don't see where he helps you know there are certain kind of veterans that you can bring into rebuilding teams that will help mentor and teach these guys how to be NBA players and perhaps had a win in the future would you define Carmelo Anthony is that guy absolutely not Carmelo Anthony is all about getting his he wants to stuff the stat sheet he wants to play minutes that's what's important to him I've never proudly Carmel likes to win but I've never found that winning was important to what is coach Oklahoma City thought that him coming off the bench might have been the best thing for the founders chance to win the personal data what do you study lasted ten games under Mike d'antoni they let him go it just didn't work so where this guy helps you as a mentor to young talent and why you want to add him to this roster in the future I have no idea I have no idea either I I have no earthly idea where does he help and you know some people when I'm reading some of the other articles around this are prospering the the ridiculous notion that well you know you gotta give Knicks fans something they want to see a reason to show up as you're rebuilding his car is watching Carmelo Anthony played a reason for Knicks fans to show up absolutely not thirty six year old Carmelo Anthony drawer slides if they covered him with poop that's the realities of the situation he ain't gonna draw the body they're going to help your team get any better always going to do is clog up a spot for young developing player to perhaps get better they'll be stuck behind Carmelo Anthony's he's chucking up shot after shot and not playing any defense and not getting anybody else involved I don't want him here innovative Leon rose brings him in because we are rose used to be mellows agent and he makes similar Nick for this last gasp for Carmelo Anthony on now I'm done I'll find another NBA basketball team to root for because I got to be quite honest with you I'm really really sick of it if you had no plan and no direction in New York forever when you can't get the right guys take your money you give it to any guys and yet nine power forwards on the team you're going nowhere fast the way the NBA works you gotta have stars then you got to put the right pieces around them bad contracts will do next have a bunch of bad contracts and I have no stars which means they have no chance and bringing Carmelo Anthony is going to help that so when I rose here's a memo if you bring in mellow you want to go to draw any more fans two two NYC games to Madison Square Garden you are not going to help this team develop and get better as they try to bring in better talent they trying to get better and you'll have lost me as a fan and I'm sure others because we're sick and tired as big fans of the Knicks organization through all its different versions of front offices and under Dolan ownership trying to skin the cat and trying to stay competitive while rebuilding the lord's making the playoffs forget about it watch strip it down bottom barrel a quarter young potential superstar talent get cheap get lean and as you start to acquire talent make sure you get a ton of money under the salary cap so that way if your star way and the right star hits free agency you can go out and get him and maybe you could actually get him to come to Madison Square Garden City going to Barclays center like the stars did last year in free agency UP next we'll get to work exactly why you don't need to trade away all your deaths that's next on SBNation radio just battle John bell with you be sure to keep it where it is the.

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"collins rodney" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

02:08 min | 11 months ago

"collins rodney" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"Jalen rose. What do you think it's been a gift and the curse because you make it to the Western Conference finals last season but the last three years? They've also been swept out of the playoffs regardless of the round that they made it too. So it's hard to acknowledge what you're hoping to build on yet. One word derailed their start injuries. Nurkic Collins Rodney the hood. This is what opened up the opportunity for them to even at Carmelo Anthony. Cj Wasn't playing last night dame did did go off against his hometown team. I like you have some concerns. That if if they don't get healthy they can find themselves squeaking for the seventh or eighth see and or out of the play offs. Because that's just how tough the West has and continues to be so games like last night. They they needed all sixty one. They were down three would in a one possession game late regulation and he knocked down the three three tough shot. They needed all of those points each each and every one even even late when the warriors missed a a jump shot he grabbed a rebound had to go to the line is to gain with those two free throws so if they're healthy healthy they're definitely a playoff team. If they're not healthy it will be unique to see tame litter team not in the playoffs because every since he's been in the League he's found a way to elitist team to that Port to port to the postseason so we'll just have to see how that plays out as.

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"collins rodney" Discussed on Lumpy's Sports Show Podcast

Lumpy's Sports Show Podcast

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"collins rodney" Discussed on Lumpy's Sports Show Podcast

"Get some big points from amino Collins Rodney had played another good game. He's he's looking like the player the blazers needed when they traded form in this series. A lot more than what was coming out of the o'casey series. Even J J Lehman got in and played a few minutes with heartless wrenching his ankle. Pre rough looking spill Yod Avent heard anything new about game game three on Friday, but Lehman command because I instead of playing someone else or switching it up start usually likes to keep the rotation going for the second team. And so he put Lehman in their first action the plops in one of the blowouts. He was. It was a minus five for the six minutes. He was there. He was up in Murray's face and point tough divas on them. So I actually thought that was pretty good of so for my money. It was a good all around game by the blazers. Nothing spectacular solid. Very good defense can get a rebound on the defensive end and that third into the fourth quarter for nothing. And that's what kept kept Denver close. And some some question, you know, not the best shooting tonight for both teams was really bad. But not the best. We'll see what comes up and game. Three. See how Denver counters the way Portland played defense on their picking role game. Like, you said earlier, I was really impressed with how they attack that changing it up and throwing something different. Look like Jim Murray has got a wicked Charlie horsey. You know, he he kept going hung in there. But you could. See in that fourth quarter. He could not move. So I'm curious to see how that goes for the next next game. Yokich joke each I liked that players gave. But he's now that we're in the playoffs and you see play back to back games. He's he's kind of getting on my nerves. He should've fouled out refs. Let them get out of it not on purpose. I think that just missed it. But it was it was a clear foul on the Collins. I believe when it came across his arms that guy's pretty funny. He. Looks out of shape. He looks like he goes to the the Felton Rafe Elton. School of conditioning for basketball, but he gets you can see all winded as out of shape as far as most NBA players, but he can barely jump over a piece of paper. But he's he can pass. He's his badge ical on the passing..

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"collins rodney" Discussed on Entrepreneur Perspectives

Entrepreneur Perspectives

09:11 min | 1 year ago

"collins rodney" Discussed on Entrepreneur Perspectives

"Welcome to the podcast entrepreneur perspectives building in protecting your business one podcast at a time. A casual family production. This podcast exists in large part because of calcium content marketing business inside cat sourcing. So what does calcium do, you know, how many business leaders need help communicating their story will that's what we do. Content creation and distribution for business leaders just provides opportunities relationships and a platform for you and your business. Why do we do this because a calcium we exist to help business leaders? Build a meaningful legacy that is worth living. An Levy learn more by visiting calcium dot com. In this episode. We discuss acting, overcoming mental obstacles and building a personal brand. Back back. Our guest today is Rodney Damon Collins actor motivational speaker and author after a long journey of giving back overseas. Rodney currently lives in Los Angeles, California, or he's growing his acting career. You could watch Rodney is doctor Watson on Amazon prime chosen kin origins. Rodney's examples of fighting through adversity having no excuses and putting in the work. We're on full display in our chat his success on and off the screen have a so excited to feature him on this podcast. And with so much talk about let's get right into this episode. And welcome Rodney Damon Collins. Rodney when I think of acting. I always think back to when the actor actress had this leap of faith to finally put themselves out there. When did you know that you wanted to be an actor? And can you take it back to the time that you finally put yourself out there and took that leap of faith? Yeah. Well known that wanted to be an actor ever since. I was a kid kind of like, I really enjoyed it. Even when I play with my friends, we would kind of get together. And I would almost do it like a production. I would tell my friends what role the player, and it was kind of weird. But I was kind of directed them. How we're gonna do the whole deal. I had even put TV commercials in our playtime. Fifth grade. Yeah, I had to start a lot of stuff came back to the as I started working more in the industry fulltime. I was like, wow, that's actually one. My love for the arts really started. Because you know, you watch TV, and it would just have such an impact on me that I wouldn't be able to let it go. Then when I was a senior in high school. That's when it really to bug hit me, we had a competition in high school called super fella is similar to like homecoming queens for the girls super fellows for the guys and you vote for like the top five and kind of popularity and stuff up seeing in class. And it was right around the time of the Hawkins dance. We used to do that. And they don't know bills anymore. Yeah. No one girl was with Assegai out. So right, do those. But in the process of running for the super we have to find ways to promote ourselves. So I wrote directed and cast my own skit. Yeah. And I did a spoof. I did a spoof off the our city or hall. Yeah. And it it was Larry. It's I still have old footage of it. I watch it every once in a while just to remind you just back, and yeah, it kind of takes me back. And it's like, wow. That's that helps me remember my wife, but then when I got to college, I was first generation college. So there was more pressure to, you know, pursue some things where you can actually get a solid start. So to say in life after college. So, you know, I didn't really pursue the arts much in college. I did a little bit. But there was pressure to go ahead and get a degree. That's going to allow me to get a very good job and coming back home from college. I can't come home and say, hey, mom, and dad, Yemen theater, major first generation, college or all this money. You spend you I'm going to Hollywood after that. So I, you know, took on, you know, a couple of different majors major deny critical science history. It's that kind of stuff which was cool. And but I still stayed involved with the arts, then after college, it was really cool 'cause I started getting involved with some the theater work in the Cleveland area. Because that's where I moved from from Cleveland, Ohio, and it was really cool. But as far as really deciding to make that full leap, it was right after my son and daughter started college, and I realized that I had done everything that I needed to do as other to help prepare them for the next phase. And I was like, okay, I'm still young enough still in decent shape. And you know, I started looking like looking at other guys not age. I was like who are still acting. I was like, you know, I can I can do this. So I received a job offer. To move out to Los Angeles for family. So I take take the job on it was you know, supposedly, I was supposed to be like some sports camps and help to some youth development because that's one of the things that specialized it. So we get out of here and certain things that were supposed to be in place not in place for the job. So you like, oh, no, okay. It's like I'm out here in Los Angeles. Starting this job looks like these are starting to kind of go south a little bit with the job. But then, hey, I'm in Los Angeles and wanted to be here for the longest this is where I need to come in order to start Mark career. This is where I need to come to to really getting recognition. So what I did is actually went and just did a little background work. Just to kinda get a feel for you know, what the LA scene is like, and before, you know, this just work on scandal. Grey's anatomy, a little bit just to kind of learn a little bit. And I met a producer. Produce onset who developed a really good friendship. And before you know, it he loved my story. Yeah. See my work in the past and get a call from him. And he offers me a role on a TV show. And I'm like, so he calls me this. I really like your story. And you know, he was like I was in the process of show that's going to go on Amazon. And I was like well these women the audition, you said, yeah. If you want to make it harder. It was like song Rodney because I want to offer you a role on this show. Still at the time. I took the role on the self. And from that point I decided that it's time to make a complete leap into the industry and for the past two and a half three years. That's what I've been doing the time. Wow. So I mean, there's so much the unpack there 'cause you're in Cleveland, and you know, you wanna be an actor like you had seen this long before. And then certain things happen. You have children like you said, and you're raising a family, and then you kind of use this as an opportunity to get out west to get to to get to the LA area. And you know, you get out there. And it's like, you kind of mentioned this in Euboea motivational ovation guy, y'all automatically right roadblock. Rohbock things aren't working out the way they're supposed to work out. And then you get opportunities. And then you get on you just like, you drop the name Grey's anatomy, when you say you were doing work for Grey's anatomy, or some of those other shows, which is kind of like, it seems to be this is my first break in this in the scene that I needed to get there, which then. Led to someone finding you and say I want to catch you on the show. But when like what type of work were you doing on these shows, and how did you get those parts to be a part of those shows. Okay. Basically, I started out. I tell anybody who wants to learn acting don't be too big to do background work because if you go with the right intentions to learn there's a whole lot of things that you can learn about production. Learn about filming learn about how the scenes have set up and learn about how you should approach seems. So I started out co background jobs in order to do that I registered with a company called central casting out here. And they're pretty big company. A lot of popular various actors once worked for central casting. Brad Pitt fifty Hatice there's a number of actors who took that route to start up. And what it does. It's you on the set. So I was able to pull up to ABC studios in my name. And I was listed as part of the back. Ground actors for the day. So that's how I was able to get in get on the shows. I actually had a chance to be featured on a couple of

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"collins rodney" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

10:52 min | 1 year ago

"collins rodney" Discussed on KTOK

"And it's ready when you wake up on the weekend edition. We will be bringing you some of the best stories from the week. One of the big stories of the week is the ongoing partial government shutdown. It's now the longest in the history. There was two bills that were voted on in the Senate. They both failed. There was a Republican backed Bill. There was a democratic back Bill both had different things. One had funding for the wall. The other one did not have funding for the wall would reopen the government. There was just not enough support there to get either of them passed, and again, the government shutdown just continues because of that the only hope with getting votes on the record for this was that now that we know what won't pass maybe the two sides and come to a consensus on what will pass we spoke to Shannon Vavra. She's a reporter for axios about these two bills that didn't pass President Trump fighting with Nancy Pelosi over the state of the union he has postponed that now. So let's check in with Shannon. We start off by talking about this fight between Trump and Pelosi interesting about that is we're starting to see Trump wall that he's put up here and his. On the border wall. We're starting to get a little bit just in that one moment can say, oh, yeah. Karagas and really seeing how far policies getting to head to right? He's tweeting says Nancy Pelosi, I call her hand, this isn't even a nickname until. Yeah. I thought the exact same thing when that happened just comical to laugh at but you're right, though, it shows how much power Nancy Pelosi has in this fight. How much power the Democrats in the house have now that they've taken control there? And the president is realizing as the shutdown continues to go on that there are consequences and that he does need to make a deal. So he did concede there. The whole reason for the shutdown is funding for the border wall for the barrier. The president is singularly focused on this. And there's even some conservative allies and conservative activist groups that are stressed out by this they're frustrated with this because they don't even see the border wall. As the main thing that they need to do. This is a political thing, you know, all of the president's advisors and people working for his reelection campaign. See this as the winner he needs to get this done. Done for the twenty twenty reelection campaign talking about the state of the union, President Trump will be able to deliver it in the house teamer and going introduce that resolution to authorize that it's all posturing. It's it's the same reason why we know that she has reported Mitch McConnell and Trump we're talking about that negotiated deal that they presented on the Senate floor today for we know that they were hoping to do that to sweeten the deal for democrat venture try and make it look like in election years. They're able to say, well, the Democrats actually voted against extending DACA protections. They voted against renewing the violence against women act pasturing around is one idea of a high point seven billion border wall. Let's talk about the two bills that the Senate voted on to try to reopen. The government one was sponsored by Democrats one was sponsored by Republicans on the Republican side. It had the funding for the border wall. That one didn't pass the democrat side had a clean funding. Bill wasn't going to give money for the wall. But did expand some other order security protections that also? Didn't pass by. And what we're seeing from the specific. There is actually really interesting parts over democratic plan had actually more. Yes. And yes votes than the Trump and Mitch McConnell plan and also had more GOP defections. So it's over I'll have more support. And that's an indication that President Trump in the White House are likely looking at now moving forward interpreted, what kinds of proposal they can put forward negotiations are seriously back on the table. And then on the flip side. We also see that was fish sticks. Republicans we had garner mccaskey Collins, Rodney Alexander Isaacson Albro party line vote for the Democrats. I mean, interestingly had Joe Manchin who the democrat vote for Trump. It's interesting how this is all playing out so publicly everybody's reporting on it furiously because just how long the shutdown has extended because of all of this. But a lot of people are very hopeful that even though the bills did not pass at least everybody's on record. Now, they've voted. So they know where everybody stands, and it could be the beginning of concessions from both sides on working on how to figure it out where we can meet in the middle. Right. But that's exactly the thing is. I had a press conference in after place, and she thinks Burma's ever and President Trump also affidavits took place, and he changed things. Like, oh, there are other alternatives. We can turn to we know. He's talking now about accepting a continuing resolution if it has the down payment on the wall, which would indicate that there would be future down payment trait. And the question is if there is a continuing resolution to reopen the government what happens then after that temporary. Opening do we have another shutdown if there's no border wall? And there's just so many questions about whether President Trump will maintain his stance here that it's it's almost anybody's best. Guess what happens in the next twenty four hours going back to the politics of it? You know, the president made this such a central part of his campaign. We're going to build a wall in Mexico's gonna pay for it. And he's kind of pinned himself against the wall with this ironically, right? It's obvious that Mexico is not going to pay for this. I know they say it's going to happen in some form with the new trade agreement that we have going, but that's not really borne out just yet. So he needs to get this done. He needs to have this. This go through for him to have any prospects of piecing his base in terms of batteries base, actually supports us. We know that his approval rating in starting paying a little bit more than usual in particular because Republicans aren't necessarily backing him in his fight for the wall anymore. They used to be impenetrable and their support for President Trump. This is one of the things that actually started feeling some of his support away from him. So he's gonna start feeling the burn of that. In addition to the harm sat federal workers are experiencing right now. As a result of not having liquidity, not to mention the fact that we've had Kevin half it from the White House concede that if the shutdown continues through quarter one there will be zero growth, and we know that President Trump likes to tout economics at that thing. Likely thinking about del Shannon, Vavra reporter for axios. Thank you very much for joining us. It was the craziest stories that we covered. This week is actually a callback to a story. From twenty sixteen was the story of Michelle Hadley, India's her US marshal ex-boyfriend and new wife Angela together they framed Michelle in this Craigslist rape fantasy plot. It's a strange story has bunch of twists and turns it landed Michelle in jail for three months until she was exonerated. But the damage to her life had already been done. Michelle now is fighting back. She filed the lawsuit to reclaim her. Good name. This all stemmed from the relationship that Michelle had with e India's they bought property together. There was a dispute over it when they broke up, and it just things turned so sour as the story. Started allegedly. Michelle was sending the new wife Angela de as threatening emails messages at said things like you might be beautiful. You might be the one he married, but you're. Still a sinner, and you must be punished. I will make sure you are reminded of your place by force. Another one read. I know you're leaving work. I watch you as you walk. Let's play a game. So these alleged emails are being sent to the new wife of India's, and they were blaming it all on Michelle. They were using weird emails that kind of vaguely matched what her real Email address resembled. So she got thrown in jail it ruined her life. She filed a lawsuit in December, basically alleging that India's went crazy and because their relationship went so bad. He just wanted to make her life living hell and that he was framing her for stocking. The new wife all of this could have been handled fairly simply if the police had traced the emails back accordingly. Each E-mail is attached to an IP address. And these emails were originating out of the house that Ian and Angela were living in so part of her lawsuit also states that there was this blue wall of silence that because he was an ex US marshal that the cops were looking out for him. It's a crazy story. There's all sorts of twists and turns we spoke to Jessica Tessa. She's a reporter at BuzzFeed news to break down this whole story. And we started at the beginning of Michelle's crazy ordeal. When she got arrested for sending these alleged threatening emails a good place to start. Michelle story is in the summer of two thousand sixteen when she arrives home late one night. She just gone on a date with like this brand new guy. She said it was a really great date. So she gets home, and she sees a car parked outside cider house, she pulls into driveway and a bunch of men get out of this car, and it turns out there. Detectives there in an unmarked car, and in plainclothes, they start asking her questions about her devices, her laptop, tablet and her phone. They asked to see them and she gives them over. And they take a look at her emails, and they end up arresting her on the spot and that night, she is accused of sending really threatening emails to her ex boyfriend's new wife and setting up these elaborate schemes in which men on Craigslist would come to their house where this couple lived and try and rape the woman. Yes, she went to jail that night still in her dress from that date that you were talking about she was freezing in jail cell. And it was a month earlier that threatening emails had begun going to the inbox of her ex boyfriend's new girlfriend her name was Angela de is her ex fiance. I guess his name was e- India's. And there were just crazy text messages. Like, I hope you're scared to death tomorrow. Be prepared don't sleep. We will steal your child and watch it as a dies just all sorts of crazy messages. And as you said a lot of these things are coming from emails and account associated with Michelle Hadley. She had no. Idea. What was going on? They came from about a dozen different accounts like g mail accounts, outlook accounts, hotmail accounts, and many of them had variations of her name and username, and they would be signed in various ways by Michelle Hadley. It would be like Michelle s highly R M S A attorney shells that Michelle really didn't know exactly what was going on. But she could tell there was something weird happening because she was getting these emails from these servers telling her that her real Email address her primary g mail address was being used as the recovery account on some of these new strange accounts that she had never heard of. So she had a sense before she was arrested that there was something shady going on online. But she didn't exactly know what it was. You're listening to the daily dive weekend edition when we come back. We'll continue the story of Michelle Hadley and her fight to reclaim her. Good name, the exquisite corpse, a very unusual and completely amazing story piece together so many parts that it is not possible to describe them all here. So go ahead and just start reading. The.

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