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NPR News: 11-30-2019 10PM ET

NPR News Now

04:39 min | 9 months ago

NPR News: 11-30-2019 10PM ET

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Janine herbst. Authorities in London are still looking for a motive in the deadly stabbing attack yesterday near the London Bridge. That left two people dead. Three others wounded. The attacker was shot and killed by police. He was an ex convict. Who spent time in prison on terrorism related charges and was attending event near the bridge for former inmates? He reportedly threatened violence and was removed from the conference assistant. Police Commissioner Neil Bass who says they have lots of video evidence the public have shed nearly five hundred images and videos with the investigation team so pau. Meanwhile Dutch police arrested thirty five year old. Apparently homeless man in a stabbing in The Hague Hague which was packed with black Friday shoppers just hours after the London attack. Three teenagers were stabbed and were treated and released from the hospital. Georgia Republicans are sparring over. Who won the WHO? The governor rather should pick for an open. US Senate seat Susannah Kapalua from member station W. A. B. E. reports scopes after the news. The governor Brian Kemp doesn't intend to appoint the candidate recommended by president trump. It's no secret that president trump would like representative Don Collins to be Georgia's Georgia's new. US Senator Collins has been one of his staunchest supporters during the impeachment inquiry in the House but governor. Brian Kemp is set to prefer Kelly Leffler a wealthy a business executive as the GOP here wants to bring suburban women back to the party. Collins supporters have taken to twitter urging kemp to support trump's choice since trump helped him win the governorship Kemp tweeted that. It's ridiculous to think he'd picked someone not pro-life and one hundred percent supportive of the president for NPR News Amazon Caputo in Atlanta the number of jails in the US is rising and Cheryl Corley reports that much if that increases taking place in rural areas. Some of the country's largest county jails have actually been shrinking think rikers island in New York as an example. A new you report from the research group Vera Institute of Justice says while Urban County show a decline in jail population and construction. It's a different story. For suburban and rural counties counties. We think of it as kind of a quiet jail boom researcher Chris may says in those counties officials say they need to build to combat jail overcrowding or to provide space for mental oh health services but in jails are not healing facilities and it can also drain resources from community based treatment facilities may says while some counties also so think they can save or make money off their jails. It's often not a sustainable source of revenue Cheryl Corley NPR news. A powerful storm is moving from the West to to the east coast. Hampering people trying to return home from Thanksgiving travels storms dumped heavy snow from parts of California to the upper mid West the storms now heading east to the mid Atlantic states tomorrow. One of the busiest travel days of the year with a mix of snow and rain in some areas as it heads north as a nor'easter you're listening to NPR news. United Auto Workers Union says its tentative. Deal with here Chrysler. The union says the automaker will give another four and a half billion dollars and major investments bringing the total to nine billion dollars and that Fiat Chrysler will add seventy nine hundred jobs during the four year contract period. No other details were provided U. A. W. Says Union leaders will meet on the tentative agreement next Wednesday and then it has to be ratified by Fiat. Chrysler workers this comes. After a bruising bruising round of contract talks with General Motors which resulted a six weeks strike the cost. GM nearly three billion dollars. Before the two sides workout contract agreement astronomers tracking a comment from interstellar space that is nearing the sun. And here's Jeff. Grenville says they plan to study it as it passes by the Communists called to Borisov and it's only the second visitor to be seen coming from outside our solar system. Michelle bannister Queens University. Belfast says astronomers everywhere are watching all over the world. Been Looking at comet trying to figure out what it's made of that's because Borisov Borisov formed around a star other than our sun it was likely chucked into space. During the formation process maybe reassuringly bannister says. Borisov does look Qalat like the comments. Astronomers see locally. It's looking we should be similar to the kinds of comments that we see our solar system. The comment will pass near the sun in early December. Then it will head back out into Space Jeff Brumfield N._p._R.. News and I'm Janine Herbst N._P._R.. News in Washington.

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The Raptors are NBA Champs and B & G Honor Our Heroes

Boomer & Gio

23:13 min | 1 year ago

The Raptors are NBA Champs and B & G Honor Our Heroes

"Boomer and GIO on the fan and the CBS sports network. From ian. Back studio for assize in Greg Jian Audie. Boomer and geo on the fan simul gas across the country on CBS sports, that work, go to Friday morning, another summer Friday, they are so Frejus as we head into the weekend, and we have a lot to talk about the sporting with a annoying Yankee loss and annoying mech game that is to spend it in still not over after Edwin d as coughs it up in the ninth in weird tarp. No tar rain delay game suspensions and a new NBA champion crowned. The last night out in Oakland. It was the last game ever at oracle arena, and it wasn't about the warriors. It was about the Toronto, Raptors Kowa Leonard Kyle Lowry, PASCAL Siaka Fred band fleet. They all got it done Nick nurse. Nobody's going to be talking about his time out anymore. And another major major injury for the. Warriors as we find out the Klay Thompson goes down with a torn ACL incredible stock from the NBA as we're on the cusp now of this off season. And the draft where the drama gets ratchet up even more. Good morning, boomer, our you, you don't wanna I'm doing great dodge. One thing different about was US open last night, because last night was like a sportsman fan stream. I got I got the US open on FOX in primetime. I got the Mets. I got the Yankees. Yeah. And on top of that, I got the basketball and unfortunately, for the warriors. Right. I mean just yet another just debilitating injury. And just goes to show you that Notre to win championships. In these sportsman, you gotta stay healthy and you got to be healthier, the longest and they were not healthier the longest they obviously lost Kevin Durant. And, you know, in Klay Thompson last night, just awful. Just awful the C, two guys going into maybe. I don't know if Kevin will go into it or not. But Klay Thompson getting. Hit free agency and you you talk about injuries coming at the worst time for these these players this right now. So congratulations to the raptors. I'm not gonna sit here and take away from them. But I would have liked to have seen them beat the warriors with the rent and Thompson both playing healthy seven games. And obviously neither one did that. So I, I don't know what to tell you, but I think that the legacy for quite Leonard cemented. Oh my goodness. I mean this is a guy now. He's one of three players to win NBA finals MVP's and championships. With two different teams along with Kareem LeBron, he's the first guy to do it in different conferences. He had a incredibly odd year last year with the San Antonio Spurs, and he was healthy or wasn't he healthy? And he wasn't trusting the team doctors and that team mates are begging him to play in the postseason. And he's just MIA. They end up trading him to a place that he wasn't willing to go to at first, but had no choice because he didn't have the no trade warms up to Toronto. Focuses in and goes in wins a championship for that city the. First one ever, and does it with one of the most remarkable postseasons? We have seen from an individual. I mean it is up there as one of the great all-time postseasons. And yeah, people are going to point to because it's a fact it's not an excuse. But it's a fact that this warriors team wasn't whole. Now it doesn't mean that what co- Leonard in the raptors did was any less spectacular, but it is part of the story, we're never going to know if Kevin Durant, Klay Thompson, we're healthy for the entire series how this series would've gone. But let's not take away the fact that they went into oracle won all three games there. And that is not easy to kind of like what the Saint Louis blues the bronze, they won three games in Boston. Yeah. I'm as just goes to show you that home, court and home-ice advantage and even home field advantage in the NFL. And all that other stuff. Just isn't what it used to be. It's just not what it's used to be. It used to be a lot of this really is dependent on health. And if your guys are healthy, you got a chance to win and you should win. If you guys get beat up and you're missing a guy a guy breaks jaw he's got to play with a stupid. Contraption on his helmet. I mean all these things play into the victories for the other team. But you don't wanna I certainly don't want to minimize it. And I do want to celebrate Hawaii Leonard because after everything that he went through last year to play the way that he played. And to get the finals MVP is pretty special. The other guy that's pretty special ESPN's, PASCAL. Siaka again a double double last night at the twenty eight and ten he was just an absolute force this whole series. And then cutlery probably had his best game on my goodness. I mean he came out like he was going to win a championship singlehandedly last night, all those threes, right off the bat, and he's someone of course, along with Tamar derozen and all those years of the Toronto, Raptors underachieving in the playoffs. He was talked about as choke artist. And you can't get it done into big spot. And these guys are frauds and he came out, and he said, no, I'm not gonna make this all about. What was in the past? This is about right now. And I'm going to be a big part of this championship. And there's a cool little video out of. Kyle Lowry waiting for Leonard to join him in an interview that's about to be conducted by Rachel Nichols. And they don't they don't know that it's being filmed at this point, they're waiting for the interview to start. And I guess maybe they got clearance to put it out there, but Kyle hours waiting for him in. Hawaii comes over enhance him the NBA finals M V P trophy and says here, he goes take this. She were the MVP tonight. This is yours too. And it just shows you that, you know, that coli last year with the Spurs. Well winning didn't want any part of his team he has changed the whole narrative around him back to the guy that was the leader in the MVP back at twenty fourteen for the Spurs. I mean this guy you cannot say enough good stuff about co letter and what's crazy about this whole thing is. Here's quiet Leonard the toast of the town, the man, the finals MVP, and he's good opt out of his contract to be unrestricted free agent. Any might leave this guy. One of the biggest heroes in Canadian sports, now, even though. It's always going to be hockey, but still brought the first NBA championship to candidacy. Around town leave did you see the raptors fans back in Toronto in Jerusalem? Aren't you can say whatever you want about, you know, they got their fan base bullying. And right. Yeah. And it's been very supportive fan base over the years. You know, here's the thing. I don't know what he's going to do. But I just I just can't imagine him leaving Toronto. Yeah. They pay him the most money. I think he's why. No, he's up there. Of course. And the one thing I will say about quite other than last year. Okay. Which was drama between he and his team, only sure there isn't a lot of drama around him. You know, there's none of this in, in the media, social media. He's extremely quiet. He's. You know, he is not a guy that's overly boastful about anything. He just kind of goes about his business, which is kind of interesting this day and age, especially in the NBA where the dramas flown every day drama is throughout special. I mean, you know, social media all the time. Probably one of the reasons why Kevin Durant tried to play was because of the attacks that he felt like he was receiving from social media Khalil. Enter doesn't seem to bind any of that stuff. So whatever it is about as personality. The one thing I can say is watching him play in this series. And now securing his second NBA finals MVP says all you need to know about what he is basketball player. And what he brought to the Toronto Raptors. Now they caught they caught a lucky break Durant got hurt Klay Thompson got hurt and this isn't Thompsons first injury in this series, don't forget, Mr. full game. Yeah. And you know, the, the warriors route their years in their championship years have caught breaks as well. We talked about. The rockets not this off season. But last, not this post-season last postseason with Chris Paul missing. Game six and seven when they were up three games to to the Cleveland Cavaliers being decimated. One of those championship years of Kevin love and Cairo Irving both on playing in the final. So they've had their breaks to it. Just so happened that this time it came around to get them and there's going to be speculation about the fact that these guys playing so many games going to five straight files. Just finally took a toll on a guy like Klay Thompson now, you know, the Kevin Durant didn't play five straight finals as he had only been there's only third year there. But a guy like Klay. Maybe something as there is something to say about all those games logged, and all those law should, you know, without question. Gee, I mean these guys have played so much basketball, it was June fourteenth today. Right. So it's twenty flagged as well. It's also twenty five years since the Rangers won the Stanley Cup. So that's right. So our twenty fifth anniversary. So I appreciate that, too. That's why I wore my red white and blue shirt on. Honor of the of the, the New York Rangers and flag day. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. Berga. Thank you. Think about that. Shape that to but for me it's. It was really, it's quite the story for quite Leonard. He's got quite the book the right if he really wants to write it now. You that's right. And I now the rules and the salaries and the bird rights. I mean it really does. I mean, the difference is like sixty million dollars in a month. Then the season start back up. Yeah. Moved it up to dock Tober now to spread it out. So that fewer back to backs. And no more of those three out of fours, and all of that. So, so, yeah, I mean basically starts in October, you have the rest of the summer and then September and then towards around Halloween now this season starts, but it makes it very enticing for a guy to stay in a particular place because of all the guaranteed money and Leonard, always talks about championships. It's all about championships with him says, I want that Larry OB he wants the trophy and with Toronto right now in this team. Really, he's not going to have a better path. I mean if you go to the clippers, they could build something out there that could be pretty good in a year with awards are going to be down because they might not have either Klay Thompson, or Kevin Durant. They signed both of them for the entire season. So he could have a easier path in the west out there as well. But I just don't know if he enjoys living in Toronto. I don't know why you would leave that reason there's really absolutely no lease reasonably. I think the GM up there is going to do everything he can convince quite a stay. I think the fans are gonna do everything when they have their parade chanting his name, and everything we really hard for him to say. I'm leaving. I think it is. I don't know. But maybe he will, but he's a different cat. That's the thing. Right. You just don't forget. You just you have no IDE, how -fornia and his his home state might be such a draw for him. And he figured he wanted to play there at some point. And now he has his opportunity. And by the way, you mentioned the GM out there now it's a name that Knicks fans basketball fans. No Masai Eugenia pause. The Knicks one they wanted to talk to them. They want to target him in the past didn't work out. The raptors aren't going allow that to happen. He's also a guy was in the news in a big way because he went and traded Dhamar Rosen for Leonard and said, yeah, I know there's gonna gamble right one year left on the contract. But the gamble whether he leaves or not doesn't matter the gamble paid off. He's got a championship now to be the gamble that somebody may make for Anthony Davis. Right. And in exactly now the. Messiah Jiri apparently is going to be offered. According to woods last night, a deal that could approach ten million annually from the Washington Wizards and deliver him the opportunity for ownership equity. So this is what happens. What a team had success. The other teams try to go and poach that guy messiah Jiri. Now is that guy? Judas. Well, yeah, that's the amazing thing, right? Right. So that would be unbelievable finally get it right. You finally win a championship, and then all of a sudden, everybody wants a piece of your team GM could go could go. But I mean the people in Toronto right now. I don't think that they care. They're celebrating there's this hilarious video. I just watch this morning of this drunk, raptors fan carrying around a gigantic house plant, you know, he's walking around with this thing and reporter catches up with him. And he goes what the hell doing? He goes, it's a house warming gift for have you seen them. They're still out. Nope drunk loser. They're gonna do whatever it takes to try to keep them there. And. He's going to with Kevin Durant now heard and in the hospital bed. Leonard is now he is the biggest chip to either move or stay. He's the guy that's going to shake it up in a big way, and we learned yesterday that according to the, the Boston Globe of the Boston Herald that Cairo Irving. And the nets is something that really looks like a possibility that we have been talking about now for a couple of days. So you've kyri goes the nets Kawais either the clippers or the raptors Kemba Walker said that it'll take less than a max to make it work with the Hornets, so he could build up the roster. And he wants to stay there and the Knicks are going to be waiting around looking around and either signing Kevin Durant with torn achilles or just build up with draft picks. A by the way, I gotta get Joe beningo was cracking me. Up yesterday cracking me up. He was screening at Rick Bucur the NBA insider, RIC Bucher. Yes, screaming at him. And he I was actually like. One of those laughs where like didn't breathe for a second. He goes Ricca, you telling me that a nurse is gonna walk up him and Ospital bedouin contract and a pen and have him sign a max deal with the Knicks in bed with the contract that a pen, and nurses going to end. It might happen. Good. Good. Good. You could be sitting in HSS. Scott perry. Steve mills and Jim Dolan, you're like in the background here. Sign this contract saved the franchise. It's unbelievable turn of events. But now, now it starts really right? I mean now now for both leagues and Joe and the NBA don't forget about the NHL draft. It's, it's the day after the NBA draft, which is amazing to me that these, these elites are like in lockstep with one another and yeah, it's going to be an exciting time for both the Knicks and the and the devils arrangers to of course, the islanders coming off of their playoffs. There's going to be the nets are right there with everybody else. I mean these five teams, the fortunes of these five teams could all change in the next six to eight weeks. Sure significantly. Yeah significant. I mean it's amazing that we're sitting here with high draft picks with with money to spend in free agency. And lots of decisions to be made by general managers for all five franchises of our winter sports. Yeah. And the Knicks were supposed to be the headliners and they're probably not going to be any longer. Mac? Can't believe it. I just like you know, fun, right? At I about a month ago, we just like all Gideon, jacked up and everything was going on Williamson's pelican Cairo Irving's going to be a net. And Kevin Durant is sitting in a hospital bed at HSS, though. I'm think about that. So member that picture, you tweeted out of all, three of them Knicks uniform, yes, you've got Zion pelican kyri potentially a net. And Kevin Durant is going to miss a season. Well, maybe he'll still be Nick, though I just. No, no, no. Just that absolute cluster fudge is what it is on. I don't know what it is just that they just got. They have no luck. Man. Maybe Jay Barrett turns out to be Michael Jordan, then that's basically, what they need. And you know what? It's not far fetched. It's that far fetched. Michael Jordan was the third overall pick. I mean in RJ Barrett going into the college basketball season was a number number one overall prospect, Zion Williamson just turned out to be a behemoth. But now RJ Barrett. He was think it was the fourth leading score in the history of college basketball's a freshman. Right. So there, there's that. So it's not like this guy is some slouch. So he could turn into a superstar. Right. Let me just say this one thing to you know yesterday we played softball over there. Mass path queens. Yes. Middle middle. Middle village, right? Next to it. I had to go through mass Beth. Yeah, it only took me like an hour and a half to go. Six point two mile that happens. It was unbelievable, but, you know, well worth the trip was, you know, I think Lisa to his oh, and Christina lamb. Christine Lim actually put on an unbelievable day. Very powerful for us over there. And we as we. The NYPD team and it was just it was a great game. But it was really about the game was about the significance of the game in memory. You know, Joe Joe lamb who is obviously at American hero, both in an NYPD uniform and a US army uniform as well. So big, thank you to them for allowing us to participate in that was great to see the Commissioner yesterday. And it is a poignant reminder reminder, how every single one of the people that work within the NYPD the PD anybody that is a security personnel person in this city that keeps it the safest city biggest city in the world deserves our credit and our, our salute today because it is a reminder of really what they face on a daily basis. Yeah. Standing there. It was it was overwhelming to be quite honest as Commissioner. Neil was delivering a speech, and then Christine Leme got up and spoke. And there was a NYPD helicopter that flew over to game. And I was just so there was a, there was a moment there, where it was really emotional, because Lisa and Chris. Steen became friends, because their husbands were killed around the same time. And that's how the families got together and their kids go to school together, and they go to school together. And they made a plaque of both men together and said, look, you know, now, they're together like we're together and handed the plaque. And, you know, the kids seeing their, their fathers on the plaque and then seeing Christine, and Lisa react to that was, you know, there was no amount of traffic going. They're coming home. That was going to me after that, you know what? I don't understand really honestly. Which really pisses me off more than anything. It's the politics around all of this crap because you see these families, and you see what they have lost. And you see these kids, and you're like. Why, why is it seemed like they're always under fire when they shouldn't be I mean, they're the people that keeping us all safe? Yeah. When I think it was I think it was Commissioner Neil, one of the speaker said, you know, thanks for being here in a time, where it's not popular to support was like that. That's ridiculous. That's ridiculous. If it's not popular to support them in every every organization that's that that level and dealing with these issues is going to have controversy along the way. But this is one of those, I mean, look at all the good while the store, the story, you know. And I know that Commissioner Bratton lead into commission O'neil, but what Commissioner Neil has done since he is taking over with the community policing effort, and everything else. And going the going the extra mile to make sure that everybody kind of get works together because policing is not just about people in uniforms or undercover cops. It's about the community in which they are actually policing partners with the with the police force. And I think you know, I I don't know. What people are looking at are watching, or on why it's, it's always negative. It should never be negative. It should always be positive. And I, I don't know over the last two to three years. I've seen nothing. But s- and you and I have been a part of the police foundation dinner and everything, and we see these amazing officers that do so much more than that. They need to do. Yeah. And I said this in the brief time that I spoke yesterday at the podium is you know, we go to these games. These guys come up to us and say thanks for being here. We stopped that. And thanks for being here. I mean, there's nothing you're gonna thank me for I'm not accepting that thank you. It's very nice if you I'm not accepting that, thank you. But thank you guys for doing everything you do and having us, be a small part of it. So last night was, it was just one of those things like I knew when I, I was going to sit next to you, this show, that'd be it'd be a special ride. I didn't know how special because things like this, you know, I saw you do in the past. And but when you're there, and you're a part of it, it, it just changes you. I can't say enough about, you know, guys like Ricky DP tro, Matt. Morton that show up. Governor shows up and mess. Alone was great yesterday, Tom Izzo may be in the midst of his greatest moments. Yeah. Say softball FA, and t- me to come. Okay. You get to that. I've got a couple of hates get to that. And got a couple of hits yesterday had a sacked fly. I've not had a miserable defensive thing happened to me yet, so but it's great. I mean it's just it's just watching our team come together now you know our second game we played a lot better yesterday than we did to the previous game. I got I got a bone to pick with CBS sports network. I mean, they couldn't wait to play all the fat me highlights from last year. Right. Every time he was reloading the me pop in my hamstring running to first base. And now this year, I'm hitting the ball over the place. I'm spelt making defensive plays. I don't see any but. Matt Martin and Kirschner, and everybody else to me. Well, I gotta tell you. I think DP atro- might have had one of the best lines of the day yesterday when you were on the base. Now, the field was a little muddy. So you had to be really careful when you were running. When you finally got on base somebody said that, that was going to take at least six hits that make you score because you tend to be able to slow on the basis. Right. Well, I don't I'm telling you right now that track there and they worked really hard to get the field in, in somewhat condition. Yes. I was not busting my ass out there. That was not happening. I got a long summer ahead of me. I'm looking to have a good time. A walking boot is not something I was ready to strap. Next Friday night a week from tonight. We have our you came against the wounded warriors. That's right out on Long Island. It's going to be great tonight. I have my empire challenges the football helmets. Here's gonna be a beautiful night at Hofstra for hopefully yet another great game between the high school stores from Long Island in New York City, the last years have been unbelievable. Tonight's game starts at seven o'clock at Hofstra. So if you've got nothing to do come on out and support the local high school football programs around here, it's going to be great and look forward to the twenty four th year, the empire challenge in a big. Thank you to United Healthcare, the New York Jets under armor. Gatorade, hurricanes grill, and wings. And of course, Johnson Ville, the big taste grill that will be there giving away free free food and everything else. So I'll look forward to seeing everybody tonight at Hofstra.

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NPR News: 11-29-2019 1PM ET

NPR News Now

04:39 min | 9 months ago

NPR News: 11-29-2019 1PM ET

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Windsor Johnston a stabbing attack near London Bridge. Today has left. Multiple people injured officials in Britain. Say the suspect who was shot and killed by police was found to be wearing a hoax. Explosive Device Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner. Neil sue sue says authorities are investigating the incident as an act of terror trivia incident. We responded as though this was terrorist. Related I'm now in a position to confirm of That it has been declared a terrorist incident. London Mayor Sedate con addressed the media shortly after the attack thanking first responders every day. They put their lives on the line for US running towards danger in order to keep a safe area around London. Bridge remains cordoned off and bus subway and train stations stations are closed shops and restaurants in the area have been evacuated a stabbing attack on the bridge in two thousand seventeen left eight people dead and forty eight injured. I heard a Taliban spokesman says his group has met with American officials but stopped short of saying that peace talks with the. US have restarted. NPR'S ARS DMZ reports. This comes a day after. President trump announced that negotiations were back on and suggested that the Taliban wanted to make a deal. Trump made the comments during an unannounced trip to a military base Afghanistan to celebrate Thanksgiving in responds Taliban. Spokesperson told Reuters that the group had been meeting American officials in the Gulf state of cod. Since last weekend the spokesman said they'll ready to restart talks. They will upturn by trump in a surprise announcement in early September the Taliban of consistently you said they want to restart the negotiations where they left off a deal between the two sides would likely see withdrawal of thousands of American troops in exchange for cease-fires throughout Afghanistan. If that's successful it widely seen as a victory for the insurgence after nearly two decades of war. DMZ NPR News Islamabad. The twenty twenty. The Democratic presidential candidates are returning to their campaign schedules today following the Thanksgiving holiday. NPR's Daniel Kurds Laban reports the Iowa. The caucuses are a little more than two months away former vice president Joe Biden is kicking off an eight day bus tour of Iowa on Saturday. Senator Elizabeth Warren will hold a Saturday townhall in Chicago before returning to Iowa for a series of events. Both candidates have fallen off recently in the First Caucus State Biden lead in Iowa through mid September number at which point Warren overtook the lead. According to the realclearpolitics polling average recent polling now shows them closely matched with Senator Bernie Sanders while South Bend. Indiana Mayor Buddha judge has moved ahead in the state for his part. Sanders is returning to the trail on Sunday in South Carolina and Buddha judge will start off his next campaign swing and North Carolina on Sunday. Daniel Kurtz even. NPR News on Wall Street. The Dow was down one hundred. Twelve points this is. NPR News as millions of holiday. Shoppers Rush into stores today. There's a movement to entice them into nature instead. Colorado public radio OSTEEN AC- reports that entrance fees to some state park systems across the country are being waived for black Friday Colorado Delaware Minnesota there are few. The states offering free admission to their parks on a day synonymous with shopping. Rebecca Ferrell was Colorado Parks and wildlife describes the idea this way to really encourage people to kind of forego some of the commercialism and and being inside and stuck in lines or waiting on websites to instead really go outside and explore You know the the natural resources and the wonderment that you can find in our part feral says this is become a Colorado tradition. It was originally inspired by outdoor retail giant. Rei which is closed at stores every black Friday since twenty fifteen for NPR news. I'm Stena Sieg in Grand Junction Colorado. More winter like weather is impacting travel in parts of the northern and Western. US Winter Storm warnings have been posted about a dozen states. Blizzard warnings are in effect effect in parts of lambing South Dakota and Nebraska meteorologist. Brian Hurley is with the National Weather Service. The flights the major airports who have to look at the possibility of delays because they the the precipitation and low ceilings flight delays or being reported today in Denver stocks. Continue to trae lower on Wall Street at this hour. The Dow was down one hundred twelve points. The NASDAQ DOWN thirty nine. The S&P Down Eleven. This is N._p._R. News.

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Chief Terence Monahan, NYPD 9-1-19

CATS Roundtable

04:09 min | 1 year ago

Chief Terence Monahan, NYPD 9-1-19

"<hes> we talk about all the day's news all the week's news on this show and try to get the truth out there and there's lots of problems at the n._y._p._d. Lately leave the water throwing away. Pantaleo etc with us is the chief of the department chief terrance money and how are you chafe. Hi john how you doing can you give us an update. What's going on. I i noted new york post. Put out headlines that that there's a slowdown is is it true. Is it just the new york post elephant. They're they're awesome. Less college be made less the recipe and made we looked at the numbers and down around five hundred arrests from where we were a couple of weeks ago mainly minor charges <hes> low level misdemeanors but when it comes to you know serious crimes this violent crimes. The cops are out there still doing their job. You know we look at gun. Arrests outgun arrests that same as they've always been robbery arrest or up and we've had some great stories of cops doing tremendous work over the last couple of weeks. I mean just yesterday. We had cops out in queens. Following a stolen car. Guy takes off on them. Jumps out runs runs out grabs still someone's bike. They chase him through the streets of <hes> queens finally grab them turns out. He was wanted for three separate burglaries so this is what what they're doing on a daily basis you know over the weekend even in <hes> in the bronx they stop a group of guys standing out in front of a corner. They toss a gun chase them into an apartment ended up grabbing twenty people in the apartment and five guns so the cops are out there doing what they have to do to keep the city safe have you you. You haven't really noticed any morale. <hes> drop or anything like that. The cops are upset. Cops are mad. They're frustrated. <hes> you know they're not happy be with the decision. I obviously but you know just because they're not happy with. The decision doesn't mean that they would do anything to make this city safe. Remember the the majority of our cops live in the city that families living in the city there parts of these community so they're not gonna do anything that would endanger the communities that they work. There was a <music> gill going on and look like a deal that was going on originally that they'll allow him to retire and and take his pension and just go away. Where was the difference it way too decision with. The commissioner made the decision that this is the right thing to do. What do you think the difference was and this is one of the things that we discussed. This was something that i know <hes>. I discussed personally with patti lynch and london. I sat down over a cup of coffee with them and we talked about it. <hes> this is something that i know patty. Lynch had been advocating for pantaleo whether he was guilty or not guilty for a while that he wanted to be able to leave the department <hes> and have his pension so something we discussed and we looked at past precedents in the department and i discussed that with padding so <hes> it was something that we thought about as possibility. I talked to <hes> commissioner neil. He was seriously considering that as one of his options but again he has to speak to a lot of people people in this was this was a very very tough decision but commission on the i know he struggled with it through the entire weekend. <hes> go finally coming up with the decision that he made on that monday morning. <hes> what would you like to tell. Well new yorkers <hes> this afternoon lessen the men and women. You may read how frustrated they are <hes> they did a the p._b._a. Today no confidence vote on commissioner o.'neil but we have utmost confidence in the men and women that turn <music> out and patrol the streets. They're going to keep the people of the city safe. This is what they do. They do it better than any other police department in the world we have if someone dedicated men and women that it'd be out there so as a citizen the new york don't worry. You're going to be out there keeping you safe. Chief terrorists monaghan headed due to the parliament. Thank you so much coming on and bringing on new york is up to date and thank you for doing a great job for new york baggy john. I appreciate it.

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 Ep. 80 - When you are accustomed to privilege, equality feels like oppression

The Breakdown with Shaun King

15:36 min | 1 year ago

Ep. 80 - When you are accustomed to privilege, equality feels like oppression

"No single case in modern american history shows just how hard justices to come by for black families impacted by police violence and the brutal public lynching of eric garner yesterday the officer responsible for this murder was fired which his injustice it's barely even in the ballpark of justice but still police unions furious and white police officers all over the department are outraged in donors of now given over one hundred thousand dollars to support the officer who murdered eric garner. I think it's all a metaphor four for exactly where we are as a country right now. Let's dig in. Let me break it down. This is sean. Kane and you're listening to the the breakdown down the breakdown a breakdown over five years ago on july seventeenth twenty fourteen on a hot summer summer morning in staten island new york n._y._p._d. Officer daniel pantaleo brutally murdered eric garner who was a beloved son husband husband father grandfather and murdered eric in broad daylight while being filmed surrounded by eye-witnesses witnesses yesterday after five years it it hurts me to even say that five years of deliberate liberate delays officer daniel pantaleo was finally fired from the force now. That's not justice. Pantaleo literally should would have been fired the day this happened or at least the week this happened or the month this happened and that should have been step one for the family of eric garner but here's what i know and it really hasn't gotten talked about very much. Officers get fired from the n._y._p._d. Every single month and hundreds of officers get fired every year in when they get fired. It's rarely for something that happened five years ago or even five months ago officers routinely get fired for falling asleep on the job. They routinely get fired for lying about overtime for falsifying paperwork and a long list of other offenses but the n._y._p._d. Just could not bring themselves the fire officer daniel pantaleo and yesterday during two different press conferences. We really learned why let me break it down with a quick break their first n._y._p._d. Police commissioner james o'neill he had a press conference yesterday and we already understood what he was going to announce we at least knew he was going to make an announcement about this case emerald garner the daughter of eric garner call me early yesterday today morning and let me know that her family had already been told that an announcement was coming down and that he would be making the announcement. I himself i and james o'neill he had his press conference where he eventually did announce his decision to fire daniel pantaleo but before he made made the announcement he gave about fifteen minutes of excuses for why the decision was still so amazingly hard art for him and on one hand. That's not a surprise because clearly if it took you five years to make this decision clearly you're struggling but it was disgusting to hear him. Say just how difficult of a decision it was for him and i wanna play you just a a short clip from his announcement and it's one of those both sides types of moments that people seem to feel really pressured to make in two thousand nineteen like he really through eric garner under the bus for most of his announcement. Most most of the announcement was not about officer daniel pantaleo. It was about how problematic in disturbed he was by the actions of eric garner and i just want to play a clip of his announcement because what he tried to do was to make it seem like what eric garner did that morning in what daniel pantaleo did with somehow equal and they damn sure let me play the clip for several minutes on that widely viewed video. Mr garner makes it abundantly clear that he will not go willingly with the police officers refused to cooperate with the arrest and to comply with law florida's. The video also makes clear it offers officer pantaleo original efforts to take mr garner into custody appropriate. The one believes that officer officer pantaleo get out of bed on july seventeenth two thousand fourteen thinking he would make choices and take actions during an otherwise routine arrests that lead to another a person's test but an office choices and actions even made under extreme pressure matter is unlikely that mr garner thought he was in such such poor health at a brief struggle with police would cause his death over and over and over again commissioner o.'neil blame the entire aaron counter on eric garner on him allegedly selling a single cigarette to a man he blamed it on him having asthma on eric eric garner resisting arrest but the truth is that the police were actually call to that corner not because somebody saw eric garner selling a cigarette cigarette which doesn't bother anybody but police were called because a fight had broken out there and eric garner was actually the peacemaker who broke broke that fight up but police commissioner neil he left that out he never mentioned he left out that air garner had already filed multiple complaints against n._y._p._d. For their repeated harassment of him all over new york including one humiliating complaint where they strip searched him and made him take off his pants in his underwear in public just to degrade him. That's what we really witnessed on. That video was a man who had been harassed by police his entire life in o.'neil. He left all of that out. He left out. How eric garner was unarmed. Non-violent had never said a single cuss word raised his voice in the entire encounter. He left all of that out. Eric garner didn't cause this the n._y._p._d. I pee dee caused this in. They caused it with their desire to confront in arrest man who had literally just broken up the fight he had literally just helped that community but because the n._y._p._d. Refused to see that and refused to see the eric garner is fully human that day they literally treated him in that moment like he was the criminal they came there to confront and and i was furious not just to hear all of the excuses that the commissioner made but he said something in particular that i just can't let go. He said one line that stuck out for me and i just can't get past it. Commissioner o'neill said that if he was just an everyday officer sir on the force for the n._y._p._d. Instead of the boss instead of the commissioner that he would be mad at officer daya pantaleo was being fired or he would be the angry about it and that's very telling because daniel pantaleo clearly violated department policy and and eventually in his announcement o.'neil made clear that day oh pantaleo violated multiple policies and had multiple opportunities to turn around around to let go of the chokehold and even when he could have let go refused to do so so how are you mad that an officer officer who violated one of your own policies that cost a man his life. How are you mad that he got fired. You can be mad when you know let me let me answer my own question. You can be mad when you think the rules don't don't actually apply to you you can be mad when you think you're only an enforcer of the rules but don't have to abide by them yourself and there's a quote and i wish that i knew who the originator of this court was because i think it's one of the most important brilliant quotes of the past few years and i think it's it's particularly appropriate in this situation. The quote says when you are accustomed to privilege equality feels like geico pressure when you are accustomed to privilege equality feels like oppression and n._y._p._d. Officers particularly we white n._y._p._d. Officers are so accustomed to privilege that win. A family gets an ever so so tiny little sliver of justice five years after this should have gotten it five years after their loved one was murdered the n._y._p._d. Still thinks that they are being oppressed because they didn't get away with violating a policy on camera seen by witnesses in broad daylight that gotta man killed that just a little tiny bit of justice makes them feel wronged and that is proof of privilege. That's what privileges because when you are accustomed to privilege just the little shadow of equality feels like oppression and nobody a show that more yesterday than n._y._p._d. Union boss pat lynch and i don't say this lightly was one of the most evil leaders in america who got got on the mike yesterday and never even mentioned the losses of the garner family never mentioned that a man was murdered never mentioned that that man's daughter died pursuing justice for her father pat lich got on the mic full of rage and anger and contempt that one of his officers wasn't able to violate the rules murder someone and still keep his job. They're not happy that this man not in prison. He's not in jail that he wasn't found guilty of multiple crimes which he should have been. That's not good enough. They're mad. Had this man lost his job for basically the most gross violation of department policies that you could ever imagine i wanna play a short clip of pat at lynch from yesterday. This is after o'neill has made his announcement after the family of eric garner solemnly came to the mic through pain and devastation the station to sit how they felt about it. Let me play the clip for absolutely essential that the world know oh that the new york city police department is rudderless and frozen the leadership has abandoned ship and left dr police officers on the street and i thought that yesterday to me and i say this is someone who has been close to this case who was personal friends with eric garner the daughter of eric garner who's friends now with emerald and eric junior and the entire family family including eric's widow and his mother and others. I thought yesterday was a painful metaphor for where we are as a country right right now. A black man is dead. His daughter is dead and it was an open and shut case in we barely early even though it was seen in broad daylight by witnesses and filmed by brave man ramsey order who's in jail himself right now. Even though all of that happened we get this tiny little sliver of justicy a small semblance of closure after five years too late in his still set people off people in power particularly white people in power our conservative white folk in power. It's set them off that. This devastated family got just a tiny naini measure of something right. This is why we ever needed to say. Black lives matter in the first place because the system from top to bottom treats black lives like they don't matter. We shouldn't even need to say that phrase black lives matter because because of course black lives matter but we need to say because when this system shows just a little tiny bit of value to the lives of black folk wife oh can power just can't break it. Bring the bring the bring bring again. Thank you all for making it all the way through this episode of the breakdown. If you haven't already subscribe to our podcast we'll be right back here every single weekday breaking down important news stories in issues and we'd love for you to subscribe on your favorite podcast apps like apple podcasts or spotify spotify. Please share this podcast with your friends and family because our next big goes to get to one hundred thousand subscribers and we're not going to get there without you you also have you left a review yet. We love when we see the great reviews of all of our members. 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Tuesday, August 20th, 2019

Up First

13:36 min | 1 year ago

Tuesday, August 20th, 2019

"On five years after eric garner's death police officer who placed him in a chokehold has been fired. Garner's family wants more. Yes he's fired. The fight is not over. We will continue to fight but if daniel leo sues the n._y._p._d. Could he get his job back with no king david greene this up i from n._p._r. News we've seen the fight for democracy in hong kong play on the city's streets now the world's biggest social media companies say it's also unfolding online. They describe a state back to chinese misinformation campaign. What message is beijing sending and we have new data on gun control regardless of their politics regardless whether they own a gun or not. We've found that the majority of americans want red flag laws. What would those laws mean for. Gun owners stick with us. We've got the news. You need to start your day. Uh in new york the n._y._p._d. Has fired daniel pantaleo. The police officer who put eric garner in a toe cold that led to his death yeah police commissioner james o'neill announced this decision yesterday saying that he feels for both the garner family and for pantaleo mammoth family family lost his life that is an irreversible tragedy and our hardworking police officer with the family man who took this job to do good to make a difference in hump humidity has now lost chosen career and that is different kind of tragedy but the story apparently does not end here their reports now that officer pantaleo plans to take action to try and get his job back cindy rodriguez with n._p._r. Member station w._n._y._c. in new york has been following this story. She's joining us now on skype morning cindy good morning noel so police commissioner james o'neill said it was his decision to fire officer pantaleo as we heard in that tape he suggested it was is a difficult decision. He didn't take it lightly. What did he say were. The reasons noel commissioner. Neil was emotional yesterday. At a press s. conference <hes> he said that mr garner was noncompliant argumentative and he noted that the patrol guide allows officers to use reasonable force when it's necessary to take someone into <unk> into custody but he said what the patrol doesn't allow for is for an officer to use use a chokehold and he went through what happened that day in staten island and said that officer pantaleo was doing the right thing until this this confrontation escalated any put his arm around mr garner's neck and at a certain point he had a chance to readjust and let go but then he didn't do that. One of the really notable things in this case is that neither state nor federal charges were ever filed against officer pantaleo. Does this sopa the door to that again or is or is the legal case over. No i think most people believe that the legal cases over a staten island grand jury declined aligned to bring charges or to indict officer pantaleo and the department of justice said they couldn't prove intent and they also passed on on bringing criminal charges and there's a statute of limitations at the federal level in that has run out already in the meantime eric. Garner's family has been tireless in pushing for accountability of some sort. What did they say yesterday. After officer pencil was fired yes. They've been very frustrated by this process. You know it's taken five years to get to to this point. Mr garner's daughter emerald snipes garner yesterday actually thanked the police commissioner for making this decision but she also said this criminal nail while we appreciate you making your decision we are definitely still calling for the aragon law which will ban the coal which will ban and officers being protected by a shield and not held accountable for their actions. I regard it was killed five years ago. It took like five years for the officer to be fired. I don't want another aragona alright so that's the family's taken a cindy. I know you've reported that pantaleo plans on suing the n._y._p._d. To try and get his job back. What do we know about that lawsuit. Yes that's right so he is planning to sue the the union is standing behind him. They say that this decision was purely political. They have sent out a memo to their members saying to do everything strictly by the the book so as not to jeopardize their careers or their personal safety cindy. Rodriguez is a reporter with n._p._r. Member station w._n._y._c. cindy. Thanks so much. Thank you noel r._e._i. China is using u._s. Social media platforms to spread disinformation about about pro democracy protests in hong kong. That's right. This is according to both twitter and facebook. The social media companies have confirmed the collectively. They've now taken down. Almost a thousand accounts. They say were backed by chinese state actors to spread false information. N._p._r.'s beijing correspondent. Emily fang is on the line hi emily emily hi good morning so tell us about these accounts. What were they saying. How many were there how how widespread was again. It was just under one thousand and what happened was twitter found out that it's platform was being used by chinese government linked accounts and took <hes> more than nine hundred down put her then went to facebook book and said the same thing is happening on your platform facebook. Now says took down seven pages five accounts and three groups and it's important to note that both both platforms or are already under scrutiny in the u._s. For spreading russian disinformation during the two thousand sixteen presidential elections this time when confronted they preemptively shut deadly some of the misinformation action <hes> interesting that twitter tipped off facebook. Let me ask you these chinese state-backed accounts. What would they posting exactly. They're posting entirely pro-beijing views on the protests. Things like comparing the protesters to islamic state fighters images ages that show the protesters allegedly attacking hong kong police officers and harassing travelers at the airport when protests shutdown the hong kong airport even false information about protesters being paid off by american agents and all of this stuff is already extremely common in china but china now wants this to be the global global narrative and twitter as part of its disclosures when it took down these accounts released <hes> information about what these accounts were posting the data shows is that the content was published in at least ten languages including spanish and english and some of the suspended accounts were really new but some of them had been registered and in two thousand and seven and eight so they've been around for more than a decade and some of them had <hes> tens of thousands of followers including one called liberty lion news news which self-described itself as a pro-trump conservative news outlet. Here's a really slick english language video that's made by china's state broadcaster and that still being widely shared by twitter accounts that are attempting to garner sympathy for hong kong's police force we will allow a certain amount of damage we would allow certain amount of disruption to major roads before we deployed and that is an incredible edible tolerance for international city police force okay so i guess if they're posting in all of those languages the idea is we want this message to get out beyond just china and hong kong. We want to be able to control what the rest of the world thinks about these protests. Why why is china doing this. You got it exactly right. They've invested a huge amount of effort to manage perceptions within china not just on the hong kong protests but historically over any kind of politically sensitive event but as china becomes more and more of a global power. It's realized it needs to manage what people outside of china also think about its policies and actions and and over the last decade we've seen trying to globalize a lot of the traditional propaganda channels. It's maintains with things like it's television station. It's media outlets <hes> <hes> but the internet has now given them this incredibly powerful tool to amplify efforts and we've seen them getting more sophisticated like creating these twitter and facebook accounts that that mix what looked like organic content with state propaganda. I was reading earlier today that chinese state media of course still have accounts on twitter with a huge following and of course they have spin on what's happening in hong kong so <hes> so this. This doesn't really end there. Does it nope that narrative will continue going on within china and peers. Emily chang in beijing aging emily. Thanks so much. Thank you all right. There are few issues in this country more divisive than gun control yeah yeah but we do have data for you this morning. That suggests there is strong support across the country for so-called red flag laws the discussion around this issue of course was heightened after the two recent mass shootings el paso and in dayton now red flag laws allow family members or law enforcement to try and get guns out of the hands of people. They believed to be in crisis. The numbers this morning come from a survey from the american public media research lab and lee patterson from the guns in america. Reporting project has been tracking tracking this data. She's based at member station k. u._n._c. in northern colorado haley good morning. So what does this new survey. What are these new numbers. Tell us about support for red red flag loss yes so before i just give you a bunch of numbers. This survey basically says that there's a lot of support for these red flag laws also called extremist dreamers protection order laws so seventy seven percent of americans support family initiated extreme risk orders seventy percent support these orders when they're initiated by law enforcement <hes> polling shows the support is strong among democrats republicans independents though highest among democrats and it's also fairly high among gun owners owners to sixty seven percents court orders initiated by family sixty percent support them when they're initiated by police now the other thing that's important to know is is that although we're talking about this survey now in the aftermath of a couple of mass shootings was actually conducted in july before those events even before el paso before dayton intrigues lee anything related to gun control is generally very controversial. Do you have a sense of why red flag laws or something that so many people seem to agree on. I talked with a couple of experts about that. One of them is cassandra cra fosse. She's the deputy director of the johns hopkins center for gun policy and research research and she pointed to this temporary component of these laws meaning that once the temporary order expires them the subject. That's the person who has guns has been taken away is then able to ask the judge to return his or her weapons. It's not focused on all gun owners. It's focused on gun owners. Who are exhibiting exhibiting risky behaviors that i think we can reasonably agree someone who's posting online about committing mass shooting or someone who's sharing with a family member or a friend that they're thinking about harming themselves not someone that we would want to separate from firearm. I also talked with amy swear at the conservative leaning heritage foundation she talks about extreme risk orders as a kind of intermediate measure that can provide a way to intervene before someone has committed a crime or before afford they've gotten on the radar of mental healthcare professionals but who are maybe already starting to show signs of dangerousness as she put it making threats for example so for the minority of people who oppose red flag laws when they're asked why. What did they say well. Roughly one in seven respondents strongly strongly opposed these laws according to the survey those opposition numbers are higher among gun owners people living in southern and western states reported the highest levels of opposition opposition as for why some people believe these laws violate the second amendment because after all day limit access to guns others have concerns about due process us and here in colorado. There's actually a whole movement of sheriffs who say we're not going to enforce the colorado log. Once it takes effect because the issues i've just outlined and also because law autism mental healthcare component okay so it doesn't necessarily end with a law reportedly patterson of the guns in america project. Thanks for being with us. You're welcome and that's a first for tuesday august twentieth. I'm noel king and i'm david greene. We hope you start your day back with us here tomorrow. You can subscribe to us wherever you're listening to your podcasts and if you've got a few minutes we'd love it if you would rate us and review us on apple podcasts appreciate you waking up with n._p._r. And you should know that your n._p._r. Station makes up. I possible every morning you can support them and support us at donate that n._p._r. Dot o._r._g. Slash up. I <music>. We're is toronto. Brown still remembers what his teacher said years ago on his first day at a new school. 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Episode 161: The Police Reform Movement In New York City

Max & Murphy on Politics

21:50 min | 1 year ago

Episode 161: The Police Reform Movement In New York City

"As we're joined now by Antonin Pierre of Brooklyn Movement Center which is part of the community is united for Police Reform Movement Antonin. Thanks for joining me here on W._B._A._I.. This is Ben Max of Gotham Gazette. How are you thanks for having me on? Thank you very much for joining us and I do want to mention before we get into our conversation. I said at the top of the show we had invited <hes> N._y._p._d.. Commissioner James O'Neill on the program we had a lot of interest from his spokespeople. They were not able to in the and make it happen for him to join us today but I won't make sure folks listening know that invitation was extended as well. We're hoping to hear from the police commissioner in the coming weeks but <hes> today we're going to hear from Antonin Pierre and <hes> Anthony tell us a little did about Brooklyn Movement Center before we really get into the details of of police reform and the mayor's record in what happened didn't happen in Albany. <hes> tell us a little bit about Brooklyn Movement Center so E._M._C. is a hyper local community organizing group and we're based in central Brooklyn which we define as Bettstein crown heights and I work really revolves around centering the black leadership in the neighborhood and developing organizing campaigns around the issues that people want to improve in bed stuy and crown heights and say a little bit more about centering black leadership. I <hes> have seen that along with the police accountability work and police reform work <hes> <hes> you know issues of housing and gentrification have certainly been central to Brooklyn Movement Centers Work <hes> we want to focus mostly on police reform here but <hes> can you say a little bit about what that work looks like when we think about Central Brooklyn we think about how we actually do organizing work. That's going to improve people's lives. It's hard to just work on one issue because we live multi issue lives right so that means that our work has centered on education ocean on gender-based treat her we've done citizen journalism work and we understand that what is most vital to be is to be a political home for black leadership in the neighborhood particularly as these neighborhoods are under attack when it comes to gentrification right as <hes> many of the black homeowners and longtime residents of neighborhood are actually getting pushed out so we see ourselves in some ways as sort of the last bastion against the changes changes that are coming and have been coming for long time black residents in the neighborhood and what does that what does a little bit of that work look like <hes> to to sort of try to stave off the negative <hes> consequences of gentrification is that about <hes> trying trying to educate people in the community about certain things about trying to affect city policy absolutely so a lot of our work is around <hes> affecting city policy as well as self determination work so for example our food justice I is working group has evolved into the Central Book and Food Co op which is really really looks. At how do we ensure that people who have lived in a gentrified neighborhood for a long time can have access to great unhealthy food <hes> and when we access me not just a store opening in their neighborhood but we mean a place where the food is actually the the cost is accessible that it's really a community center that offers <hes>. As really convenient center that offers childcare and cooking lessons right that we try to look at solutions that both can be within our community and also outside of our community so a lot of our police reform work has been. How do we actually work arcand big policy changes at the city level that are going to affect the lives of people in bed stuy Crown Heights so let's move into the police reform work <hes> before we get into some of the specifics <hes> what's is your overall assessment at this point and Mayor Bill de Blasios tenure <hes> of what he has and hasn't done police reform? It was clearly one of the top I would say two if not three <hes> perhaps <hes> issues is that he ran on <hes> certainly focused on curbing the use of stop and Frisk policing but he talked about police reform more broadly <hes> when he first ran for mayor so at this point almost halfway through a second term <hes>. What's your general assessment? Yeah I think the the mayor has actually done a really great job on rhetoric about <hes> police saying rhetoric about police accountability where I think we as police advocates and the mez ministration would disagree is how much of that rhetoric has actually been realized and policies that will affect people's lives so what we was we push for police accountability on lots of different France rate whether that's passing the right to know act which <hes> which <hes> requires police officers to give an I._D.. Card when they stop people in and unconstitutional searches by police or if we're talking about recourse for families of people who are who have been killed by police like Eric Garner del run small or the he'd Vassal we find is we've faced considerable opposition from the mayor's office from the Mayor's administration <hes> which is in conflict with the rhetoric of the really good and exciting inspiring rhetoric sometimes that he shares about policing and the police in conversation with the mayor's administration often gets reduced to have N._C._O.. Let's have neighborhood policing read so de Blasio says we've retrained gene. The police force in De Escalation were were retraining and implicit bias. We've launched neighborhood policing <hes> what else we're <hes> you know we've reduced <hes> arrests by tens of thousands every year her <hes> but you're saying that all is is pop positive but there's key missing pieces. Oh absolutely so will we find. Is that when you know often when we talk about when talk about community policing. He says that <hes> we they they want people to know the name of the officers on their block right and what gets really hard about that is that that's not with what communities of Color Queer Folks Trance folks folks immigrants who are constantly harassed by police. They're not asking to know the names of the officers. Were harassing them. They're asking if an officer harasses me. I want to see that person held accountable. That is the way that I know that the government actually actually cares harassing me right so there's a disconnect you know not just between the mayor and believing advocates but there's a disconnect between the mayor and how communities actually experienced policing on an everyday basis and he. He says that <hes> even if he's defensive about some of the accountability as you indicated officers not being removed from the force <hes> we'll get into some of those specific examples in a moment <hes> but he said <hes> he hears there's from people every day and <hes> you know it's born out in some of the arrests numbers that you know policing on the ground is far different <hes> than it was. Is that your experience is that your organization's experience your coalitions experienced. I has there been a demonstrable change in how policing is done on the ground in areas like central Brooklyn really what's really difficult about that. Is that <hes> I think the mayor's solutions around around policing are very individualized right like what we're looking for. Are these broad reforms that <hes> well actually Giresse the way that all officers police so when you know when you have the mayor talking about training folks <hes> and what happens is you have these folks who are trained for example in crisis intervention and then you have this case like in April of colosio traffic in who was killed in the Bronx <hes> by <hes> <hes> one of the officers who who killed him had crisis intervention training right so when we talk about like what the demonstrable different is. It's not gonNA come from training. It's going to come from policies that officers have to abide by and if they don't abide by accountable and so let's talk <hes> let's let's go onto accountability then so <hes> obviously the highest profile <hes> example of this is the death of Eric Garner <hes> officer Daniel Pantaleo. Oh who <hes> was sort of floating around in limbo for a really long time continuing to collect a paycheck even earning overtime at a desk job after he was took a taken off of active duty <hes> and then finally an and N._y._p._d.. Administrative trial prosecuted by this <hes> Civilian Complaint Review Board wrapped up recently. We're waiting to to find out the results of that. Speak a little bit about your perspective on how that was handled and what should have been <hes> <hes> different in your in your mind yeah absolutely so when we look at <hes> Garner so this case of Eric Garner being killed. Possibly I think it's one of the highest profile cases of police killing in the past decade and the video of Garner was seeing around the world right and for when you you have this case in your backyard and it taken five years to have an administrative trial for one of the officers by the C._r._v. which discounts all of the officers were involved either on the scene or after Eric was murdered by the police so what feels really difficult in this conversation is. It's you know when you you take the mayor's rhetoric. Take his what he says about police accountability what he says is important about police community relations and you match it up with a family. That's been grieving for five years without any recourse any kind of -bility and now has some shot at accountability through this you process which they may not you know areas family may not even find out the outcome of this trial because of a police secrecy law called fifty eight that exists at the state level right so what we see here is is there is a way that mayor de Blasio. Oh has deprioritize really getting justice for Garner's family and that's the stomach right so we also have they'll run small. WHO's <hes> killed three years ago this month? We decided Vassil who was killed in April two thousand eighteen by the police. And all of the officers killed these people have <hes> remain on the forest they continue collecting paychecks Pencil Eos pitch six figures now and the real question for the administration is how how do they go to families and say that we're interested in transparency and accountability without some real clear prioritizing of getting that transparency transparency and accountability for those families and also add you know the the the when there are deaths <hes> police involved deaths those obviously as the three examples or four examples you just named and there's others over the last few years <hes> those obviously become the most high profile but we've also seen you know variety of other examples and news reporting about lists of officers that repeatedly lie under oath or under investigation or examples of brutality that don't rise <hes> to death <hes> they're real questions at Brown how the department handles accountability across the board not just in a police involved death but also <hes> all the way down the line and I should add to that that you know commissioner James O'Neill has been <hes> defensive on that front quite a bit but unable well <hes> at least they say to really support some of what they say because of that fifty eight law so let let's move into that in a second in terms of <hes> the state legislature in some of the agenda that you were hoping to see this year that that didn't move at the state level <hes> but it's important to note this issue of Police Accountability and transparency around <hes> really extends you know well beyond these most high profile issues where there's police involved deaths and Commissioner Neil L. has said I believe on different occasions that many officers have been removed from the force but we don't necessarily find out about it and that's something that I think advocates around this <hes> fifty eight aspect of the civil rights law. <hes> you know really want to see change so we can get a lot more daylight there yeah absolutely it's it's curious as say that many <hes> police officers have been removed from the forest only because many of the families who we've worked with <hes> B._M._C.'s DMC C._p._R.. Our friends at the Justice Committee <hes> have not seen justice right so to be able to to remove what I'm assuming are the the the most <hes> egregious examples right to remove someone who was acting under the influence or <hes> <hes> I think in places where they're really egregious mis and like clear misconduct to remove those folks off the forest dot to remove folks who abused power to abuse their you know being the only employees of the of the city who are allowed to use deadly force that really sends a message to people that it's okay <hes> so that feels really important and under fifty you you know fifty s really interesting because <hes> fifty a we call it. The Police Secrecy Laura <hes> New York State is one of two states Delaware being other who have these laws that shield the <hes> police officers <hes> disciplinary records ACAR is from the public and what feels really tough about this. Is that the there's a lot of leeway. There's a lot of discretion how fifty eight could be used and the mayor's administration Blasios Administration. I should say has used <hes> has worked with a really. A broader interpretation of fifty eight that as I mentioned before like wouldn't doesn't even allow people who are <hes> whose whose family members have been killed by police to find out the outcomes of disciplinary trials and that has not been the case under more recent mayors. There's so it is important to state the way that the mayor's uses fifty as very different and <hes> repealing fifty a has been part of our legislative agenda and when I say our E._M._C. Well C._p._R.. State Legislative Converge On data and some of the bills we are hoping password to repeal fifty eight <hes> the police stat acts which would allow for public reporting of racial disparities and police stops and police killings of civilians and you know when we look at these two bills they're fairly basic bill right data and reporting we want to know the numbers right we wanna know demographics and for the state legislature not to really prioritize and make possible this is passing passing a data bill and passing the bill and Police Secrecy Laws that are archaic throughout the Union throughout the United States if feels <hes> if feel like the state legislature really missed an opportunity here to send a strong wrong message that they're more interested in serving communities than police and so on fifty eight. Do you have any indication as to with the new democratic control of both the the longstanding control of the state assembly but now the new control of the state Senate of course under also Democratic governor why that would move the mayor state is one of his top albany priorities. He was successful on a variety of other of those priorities hardee's <hes> any insights into why that was not <hes> successful now and I think that's actually a great question for leaders and Carl hasty and we've got a couple more minutes here so let's talk about <hes> something also coming up at the city level. This is the two thousand Nineteen Charter Revision Commission <hes> We've reported at Gotham Gazette about a specific <hes> reform to the this feeling Complaint Review Board which investigates police misconduct and at times prosecutes cases like we're seeing <hes> in the Daniel Pantaleo case around the death of Eric Garner <hes> there are certain potential reforms to the CR that at this charter revision commission is going to put before voters this November but there's one particularly controversial one that we reported at Gotham gazette that the mayor's administration representatives on the commission actually wanted struck down but it looks like it's moving ahead into the ballot and that's something that you <hes> have really advocated for you. Explain that to listeners yeah yeah we've advocate Anna. I really want to give a big props to <hes> Iris Baez Mother of Anthony by killed by police in nineteen ninety for <hes> and also <hes> the mother of Mohammed Bah whose killed by police in twenty twelve who really really fi and to the bitter end to make sure that this ballot initiative could come up and the initiative which I'm hoping <hes> or I should say this. The ballot initiative really allows the C._R._V. to prosecute police officers who in the course of an investigation make false statements <hes>. <hes> so police officers who maybe were already being investigated if they make a false statement they lie than they would be prosecuted they would this this initiative passes they would be prosecuted and you know it's it's curious really. The mayor's office fought this particularly because of the rhetoric the rhetorical dedication to transparency so I'm you know I'm really looking forward to what the electorate has to say about this particularly because <hes> I can't imagine why folks went why public police officer public employees police officers were allowed to use deadly force to actually be held accountable if they lie in the course of a public investigation allegation and their argument <hes> some of the folks have argued that these issues if the C._C._b.. Flags them they can be handled internally at the N._y._p._d.. In terms of internal departmental investigations <hes> do you have insights into whether that actually happens <hes>. Is that something that we just don't know how often that happens because of some of the secrecy in the fifty eight that that they you know <hes> is used sometimes to to hide those personnel records yeah I. I don't have any kind of inclination of that. I think that would be something that we would ask the mayor's office and the N._y._p._d.. To report more clearly on and it feels here that <hes> you know it doesn't it doesn't seem enough right. It doesn't seem like an adequate response to people who live in a city where the police are. It's it feels to them. It feels the civilians like the police are allowed to lie and kill people and do whatever they want without facing accountability early so there is accountability happening that is actually the kind of transparency that people would want and if it's if the mayor's administration isn't being transparent about it then we have no other. We have no other assumption to make that it's not happening well. There's a lot of other <hes> aspects of police reform work we could get to were at a time but <hes> thank you for for all those thoughts <hes> and for joining us and we'll of course be following your work <hes> Antony Pierre of the Brooklyn Movement Center which is part of Communities United for police reform. Thanks so much for taking some time here on W._B._Z.. And we are now in our last moments of this week show we've <hes> dug into a couple important topics one much more <hes> <unk> immediate in terms of looking at for the outcome of the Queen's District Attorney Democratic primary recount and one that has immediacy to it of course but is also a long ongoing <hes> struggle between of her among a variety of forces which is of course what to do about policing in New York City and very interesting thoughts on the mayor's record <hes> I think as I indicated some of the arguments that the mayor and his administration might make <hes> <hes> but you know there's there's a lot to be dissected there in the coming weeks and months especially as we see the results of the departmental administrative trial of Daniel Pantaleo if we see them <hes> I think it's assumed that at some point we will see them but they don't have to be made public and and that could <hes> could get quite interesting if we don't find out the results of that for quite a while but we'll return to these subjects and more thank you for listening here on W._B._Z.. To another episode of Maxim Murphy this is Ben Max from Gotham Gazette. We will talk with you again next week.

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Podcast: Departure of Dan Coats Signals New Direction for Intelligence Agencies Heading into 2020 2019-07-30

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Podcast: Departure of Dan Coats Signals New Direction for Intelligence Agencies Heading into 2020 2019-07-30

"The takeaway is supported by net suite by Oracle the business management software and the world's number one cloud business system right now nets is offering valuable insights with a free free guide seven key strategies to grow your profits at net sweet dot com slash takeaway. That's not sweet dot com slash takeaway. It's the takeaway for July thirtieth and other cabinet position could go from Republican establishment to trump loyalist list. That's undeniable that the Russians are taking the lead on this. They're the ones that are trying to wreck havoc over the election process. We need to call them amount on that want to find out if Russia interfered with our election by providing false information about a trump conspiracy that you determine airman didn't exist the legacy of outgoing National Intelligence Director Dan Coats and a look at his possible replacement Republican John Ratcliffe also on the show police departments are working to end the stigma of asking for help with mental health. Push culture is a strong culture. If you come forward with a mental health problem you might be perceived as being weak and we're talking to you about it. I would not in the army and the training videos alone took effect domestic disturbance. It called on faith card okay. Let's get started. I'm here to say EH warning lights. Blinking Red Again Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats is is set to step down from his post next month during his tenure coats repeatedly emphasized the security threats that foreign governments including Russia and China pose to the United it states and our election systems. Here's code speaking with N._B._C.'s entry Mitchell last July. It's undeniable that the Russians are taking the lead on this <hes> basically they are the ones that are trying to undermine our basic values divide us <hes> with our allies. They're the ones ones that are trying to wreck havoc over there election process. We need to call them out on that. Trump's pick to replace coats is Republican Representative John Ratcliffe of Texas during Robert Muller's Capitol Hill testimony last week Ratcliffe acknowledged Russian influence in the two thousand sixteen election but instead chose to focus on opposition research obtained in by Christopher Steele for the Hillary Clinton campaign. I very much agree with your determination that rougher Russia's efforts were sweeping and systematic. I think it should concern every American Erkin. That's why I want to know just how sweeping and systematic those efforts were. I want to find out if Russia interfered with our election by providing and also information through sources to Christopher Steele about trump conspiracy that you determine didn't exist the ratcliff nomination it comes at a crucial moment for our national security with the two thousand twenty election on the horizon an issue that Robert Mueller has repeatedly emphasized since the publication of his report in April role. Let me say one more thing over the course of my career. I have seen a number of challenges to our democracy. The Russian government's effort to interfere in our election is among the most serious. The nomination is also concerned. Some politicians and intelligence officials that U._S.. Intelligence agencies will be less independent pendant under a director who may prioritize the interests of a president over pressing national security threats was in the months prior to September two thousand one when according to then C._I._A.. Director George Tenet the system was blinking red then here we are nearly two decades later and I'm here to say the morning lights are blinking red again. I'm Tansy Vega and that's where we start today on takeaway. What's next for the intelligence community under president trump? Natasha Bertrand here to help us out. She's national security correspondent for politico. Thanks for being with us. Natasha thank you so much. Also is David Pre CEO of the National Security Organization Law Fair and author of the book the President's book of Secrets David also served in the C._I._A.. Under Presidents Clinton and George W Bush thanks for being with US David Cartons enough so David. Let's start with you. The National Intelligence Director position itself was created in the aftermath of September eleventh. Remind us why that was the catalyst the idea was that the intelligence community had been doing a relatively good job on different aspects of the threat that became nine eleven and but that the agencies weren't really talking to each other. They weren't coordinating their efforts. The concept was that having some kind of Uber Manager the Director Director of National Intelligence would help break down those walls between agencies to ensure that information coming into the U._S.. Government through one channel was being communicated to relevant other departments and agencies addressing cross cutting issues so the D._N._a. was created to do that and also eventually you to do things like manage the overall budget of the intelligence community to engage with stakeholders and things of that sort so Natasha. What were Dan Coats what's his main priorities during his tenure as director of National Intelligence Yeah so one of the biggest threats that he saw aw to American democracy into the safety and security of the United States was <hes> you know potential hacking intentional interference <hes> <hes> with our election infrastructure and so that's why he said you know that famous quote about the lights are blinking red again because he saw <hes> evidence that not only Russia at other foreign adversaries were trying to meddle with our elections in terms of the actual you know digital infrastructure that we have in this country so what he did was he right before he left he appointed an election security czar named Shelby Pearson to oversee efforts in this area across intelligence agencies and she is actually the first person to have that role so that's kind of evidence of how seriously he took this David pivoting back to you for a second you've interviewed several former directors of National Sean Intelligence for research into your book? Tell us how those previous directors have viewed the position sure the denies or the director. There's of national intelligence all came into the job up to this point with significant experience using intelligence in some cases from a military background around in some cases from a diplomatic background and in the case of the incumbent Dan Coats primarily from his work on the Senate Select Committee on intelligence when he was a senator as well as when he was ambassador to Germany Act that there were already people running each of the intelligence agencies and coming in as in effect the boss of those people could create some tensions tensions and those came out most dramatically with Dennis Blair deny from two thousand nine to twenty ten who clashed with C._I._A.. Director Leon Panetta over who got to name name intelligence representatives overseas so there is an inherent tension there but all of them saw their job as trying to manage the intelligence community not to play a political typical role and David. I want to <hes> you mentioned the inherent tension between the D._N._A.. And other <hes> top officials in the intelligence agencies themselves will what about tensions between the director of National Intelligence and the President <hes> we know that I'm wondering if you can assess a little bit <hes> the relationship between Dan Coats and and president trump for example the background to this is that tension between intelligence leadership and the president is not a bad thing in fact a president who pushes back against intelligence assessments who wants more information who wants to hear about alternative explanations for the limited information. We're able to collect act. That's all a good thing that's a sign of an engaged president who understands the limits of intelligence and prods his intelligence community to do more the difference difference is when a president makes those objections public or undercuts his own intelligence community which can undermine the ability to recruit spies. It can't undermine undermine the ability to put the information together in the case of Dan Coats. We have only a few snapshots and then a whole lot of interpretation around those snapshots. We've only a few snapshots about the tensions between the D._N._A.. And the president the most public one of course is on the issue of Russia. The president publicly has said he just doesn't buy a lot of the intelligence that he's getting on Russia. He just chooses not to believe it and he expresses that publicly which puts Dan Coats in a very tough position but instead of giving in what Dan Coats has done is he has continued to put out assessments that repeat Russia interfered in the two thousand sixteen election shen. They're going to try to do it again. He has not backed down from the judgements that his intelligence analyst came up with. He's continued to push that message forward even even if the president does not want to hear it so Natasha looking now at the nominee John Ratcliffe at who president trump has selected to replace Dan Coats. It's what do we know what national security experience will ratcliffe be bringing to this position and I guess the follow up to that would be <hes> he is seen to <hes> have have a quite a close relationship to the president in terms of his loyalties to the president. How could that impact a potential <hes> deny position yes yeah so he has very little national security experience and no intelligence experience aside from sitting for a few months on the House Intelligence Committee? He's been in Congress is for a third term now. He was chief of the anti-terrorism National Security Division for the Eastern District of Texas but he actually there's no evidence that he actually ever prosecuted a terrorism terrorism case in that role <hes> and he also served as the U._S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Texas for about two years <hes> so he comes into this position potentially potentially if he gets confirmed with vastly fewer roles in intelligence and national security than we've seen other directors of national intelligence agents have in the past to put it mildly and he's also virtually unknown among the very senators that would approve that would confirm him <hes> we we go. We talked to a number of senators yesterday who said that they had never really talked to him. They had never heard of him before his performance last week. At the Muller hearing <hes> a few said they'd I'd seen him on T._v.. But that they really familiar with his work so this is going to be he's facing a lot of headwinds going into this confirmation battle. If it even gets that far because at this this point we're seeing that there have been some major contradictions in what he's put on his website about his national security experience and what is actually the truth about that experience variance so <hes> the the real chief qualification he seems to have in terms of of how the White House season is that he's loyal to the president and he's kind of proven that over the last couple months that he's been on T._v.. Kind of slamming the Russia investigation and criticizing <hes> special counsel Robert Muller <hes> again again we saw that last week where he kind of went on the offensive and and really put me in a corner with regard to the obstruction of justice questions so he is. He's a we still art art very confident that he's going to even get to the confirmation process just because of the number of controversies that have come out already about him in the last forty eight hours but if he does. It's probably probably going to be pretty hard for him to even get out of the committee Russia. Even if it's not rackliff I mean I'm wondering given the the repeated concerns that not just Robert Muller but others in in in Congress and beyond have said have stated about our election security going into twenty twenty. Do you see it possible that the intelligence agencies will individually decide to to pursue their own lines of inquiry beyond the deny who may or may not be they may or may not have confidence in with regard a two election security. You mean yes yeah. I think it's it's possible on because one of the things coats did after he left <hes> before before he left was <hes> he he directed the Intel agencies to actually point executives to coordinate election security that was one of his biggest priorities and it's obviously one of the areas where you know things were most hands between him and the president because the presidency's any questioning of potential tax on election infrastructure and the Russian interference as a question about his own <hes> legitimacy as president resident and so I think that you know in coordination with the Department of Homeland Security State and local election officials as well as with the F._B._i.. And the Intel Community Commute Intel agencies that are responsible for monitoring <hes> foreign hacking activity and foreign potential foreign interference in the election we will see kind of the beginnings beginnings of a whole of government approach to this but of course we can't have that really in practice <hes> unless the president is leaning from the top on this and and that's something obviously that we haven't seen Natasha Bertrand is national security correspondent for Politico and David Preece is with the Security Organization Amo please suicides over the years. We've looked at data on on police suicides over the last twenty to thirty years and on average <hes> about one hundred police officers per year kill themselves but what we're seeing in New York City and what we've seen in Chicago is rather unusual. I think a lot has to do with Roy Societies today. I think there's a lot of conflict going on a lot of negative aspirations torch police officers making the job of course more difficult I think officers feel isolated they feel unappreciated and and they're starting to run out of the ability to cope with the adversity they she every day what other cities are struggling with this and is it limited to the United States well of course Chicago Chicago again high crime in Chicago a lot of homicides a lot of adversity a lot of trauma San Francisco Dallas <hes> it is not just a United States problem. We've looked at suicide and France the police suicide rate in Francis High. A police suicide rate in Germany is high the police suicide and sought <hes> South Africa is high. It seems that every country that the researchers looked <hes> police officers have a higher suicide rate in general working population and that's true and United States as well John have we seen <hes> historically stoorikhel at least in the twenty first twentieth century were there have there been other moments where these clusters of officers dying by suicide have it cropped up. Yeah we are looking back at our data back in <hes> the last part of the nineteen sixties we saw we saw peak and flew suicides and that kind of reminded me the conflict of the way society was back in the late sixties and all of the unrest in our country country kind of parallel to what we're seeing today in the United States. You know a lot of unrest a lot of conflict so I think that has something to do with that. <hes> uh when you isolate people from society as police officers are studying to feel the sense of belonging -Ness of being part of society mix one more susceptible to depression a few weeks ago <hes> my colleague W._n._Y._C. host. Jamie Floyd spoke with <hes> N._y._p._d.. Commissioner owner James O'Neill about new efforts that the New York City Police Department is making to get its police officers help <hes> O'Neill said that one of the big problems terms and we've heard this on many levels in policing is there's a culture of silence when it comes to accessing and talking about mental health. Let's take a listen to clip sometimes in in law enforcement and policing it takes a while to <hes> to change but this is something that needs to change immediately <hes> this is our duty. This is our responsibility ability. Why does this stigma exist? In within the police community John well help us to come from the top down and <hes> <hes>. I think the Commissioner has done a good thing by doing this. That stigma is well versed throughout the police culture culture. The police culture is a strong culture. If you come forward with a mental health problem you might be perceived as being being weak so if I'm told as a police officer that I should never be week. I always should be strong. Nothing should ever bother me. I'm not GONNA come forward. When I start start feeling emotions about the horrible things I've seen on the street so officers bury it? They lack it up inside and eventually it comes <music> out what what we need to do is to reduce the stigma associated with mental health to train police officers especially at the recruit level when they first come into the police academy to understand that having a mental health difficulty is very much the same Ramos having a broken arm <hes>. It's very important to inoculate <hes> I like to use the word inoculate to inoculate young police recruits about this. It's very important to train supervisors to understand the aspects of mental health to understand the size of suicide signs signs of depression and our officers training trainees central here. Isn't there also a fear though that <hes> beyond the stigma isn't there also a fear that what the officer could lose their job and that the officer could have their <hes> firearm taken from them. Doesn't that also play a role in this it does yeah in fear is greater than logic. If I come forward with a with a problem. I'm not going to get promoted or my my fellow. Officers are not gonNa Trust me or my supervisors will not trust me. <hes> I'll be called crazy. It'll be scapegoated. <hes> that's a real fair in this culture we need to increase the trust between police administration and that officer that works out in the street that that takes a lot of doing you know because a lot of police officers don't trust the Administration so commissioner Neil comes forward and he says these things that's important. That's that's important to to to build that trust if we don't have that the still going to hide and they're still going to suffer and are still going to die bye Bye Social University of Buffalo Professor John Vigilante. Thanks for joining us. We've been asking our listeners who are first responders how they deal with Trauma Brennan from Darwin. I had friends in Chicago that were firefighters may drink the forget the events of so called bad days. This was stressful in their marriages and some ended up leading to divorce. This is Matt Saint Saint Petersburg Florida. I was an e._M._t.. Trainers for fifteen years and I've been diagnosed with P._T._S._d.. Primarily stemming from me around this case child abuse that I was the primary primary trumpeters for I've seen depression sleep disturbances anxiety substance abuse and many of my colleagues endemic throughout especially hi this is Charlie from Merritt Island Florida. I would not police in the army and the training videos alone what to expect them. Domestic disturbance calls on Bass left guard. We were told these common D._D.. Call I still see those images in my mind. My training was in nineteen ninety one. I never really had to deal with that kind of violence after graduation. I feel like that's why we we have picked trigger. Happy cops now beat it into their heads that everyone is a criminal is definitely nine. Eleven now we continue our conversation conversation about suicide among law enforcement and first responders and just to note this segment mentions a suicide attempt marked Abban joins me now he's a retired hired sergeant who spent his career as a police officer and L. Health <hes> were there specific ish incidences that really stood with you well earlier my career <hes> I I saw a <hes> very horrific crime scene gene birth family was <hes> was killed three people in a family murdered and <hes> it really took me back a little bit being being a younger coffee in twenty one twenty two years old and I said something to <hes> one of my co workers and he said to me. You just need to toughen up. This isn't really no big deal. Go home have a beer and we're going back to work tomorrow and I thought that was Kinda. I want to show any sign of weakness or anything like that but which really bothered me that family laying on the floor <hes> on a homicide scene and then during my career A._M.. Spent some time at the world trade centers after they go hits <hes> I was up there about five days after it hit I volunteer two weeks up there and a and just see the devastation which was brought on by the by the terrorist attacks and to see the Howard affected the first responders such as <hes> when when I was in New York City at the at the side of the child I could smell you can smell burned flesh and it's something that really stuck with me when I returned back to Florida and seeing lean how <hes> the first responders were so frustrated that they couldn't save their to save you know help the public health your co workers and started developing nightmares from that mark. Had anyone prepared you for that for what you were about to to encounter as a police officer had anyone <hes> helped you to sort of understand understand what you were going to deal with or you just kind of dealt with it as it came. It was a case by case scenario. We had no formal training whatsoever. <hes> like I said earlier we we ever brushing law enforcement choir practice after work you have a couple of years with the guys and girls you work with and that's your sense of therapy. <hes> which obviously drinking is not a good healthy coping skill. Now you said you started to have nightmares after being down on nine eleven but what other ways did the trauma <hes> affect your career and even your life outside of the police department it would I went to calls then involved. <hes> <hes> death death it just seemed like death was around all the time from seeing the horrific events at nine eleven and then going back to war to my regular duties such as going to car crashes <hes> homicide scene suicide seems natural death scenes it <hes> it just seemed like death was like surrounding me and it it just really started taking a toll on me and then <hes> towards as my career progressed <hes> I started <hes> I I worked for new supervisor and <hes> the only word I can I I can say is you start bullying the <hes> and I started stealing week and in law enforcement we can't show any type of weakness because we're in fear that <hes> show show weakness we may be reassigned to a non enforcement physician or don't WanNa work with us or just the ridicule in the embarrassment that goes with it at any point mark. Had you tried to ask someone for help. Did you think that it was getting so bad that you needed some. Some sort of help got to the point where <hes> when I when I worked for the the bully supervisor that <hes> I I had a lot of weight I developed a weight gain. I gained a almost almost fifty pounds and I became very irritable and I'm a very outgoing personality very I like to joke around. I like to laugh that lead to marriage average problems. My wife kept telling me <hes> listen. You're not what used to be personality wise in in. You need to get some help my introduction my wife was during you're not you're not a cop. You don't get this and I refuse to get help <hes> because again cause the embarrassment in the stigma that goes with it. Did you ultimately get the help that you needed whether whether it was during your career or after your career did you ever realize. Did you ever have to the opportunity to sit down with the therapist or anything like that. I did <hes> what happened. Was this job related stress the bullying and the horrific events I've seen through my career <hes> Ledesma suicide attempts and <hes> that really opened my eyes that <hes> while I started literally put the gun in my mouth in wasn't I was GonNa die via suicide and fortunately I called a friend of mine co worker from where I used to work with in Massachusetts and he led me to get some help when you hear about I'm very sorry to hear that you went through that. That's that's terrible and and there are colleagues of yours around the country and here in New York <hes> who were dealing with similar issues when you hear about these <hes> officers who are dying by suicide. What do you want to to tell the police departments to do differently that that could probably help them well? Last year. We lost one hundred sixty seven officers who died by like suicide and that's just absolutely horrific right now. We're at one hundred eleven this year <hes> we we would I wanNA do is I want to tell these agencies that you can't put a price in somebody's head we ah the agencies by officers bulletproof vest guns Tasers Mace in they say go protect yourself with that but there's very little little training when it comes to protect checking self mentally and the things I hear quite a bit from administrators is we don't have. We don't have the money in our budget for something like that again. You can't put your price. You can't put pricing when somebody's wellbeing <hes> when it comes to mental health because eventually it's going to these people are going to be beat down down down and you've got to find the money in your budget legit and you've got to find the time and the resources and <hes> people that are trained for people that have a personal connection like myself to mental health willingness mark. There are probably officers that are struggling right now. <hes> is there something that you want to say to them. Absolutely well. I WANNA say to my brothers and sisters is this. It's okay not to be okay. When you start recognizing that you'll going downhill mentally <hes> like this when you have to go to a dentist and it gets fixed but would you find yourself decline in mentally <hes> through depression or P._t._S._d.? Or whatever mental health illness that your experience variance. It's okay to get help you. Just it's that by getting help is getting help and you've got you've got to put your mental health. Just as important as physical health you gotta put aside possibly the ridicule or embarrassment or something like that a healthy mind is a healthy person mark. Thank you so much marked Obama is a retired sergeant

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Episode 237: Jumaane Williams On Gun Violence & Police Reform

Max & Murphy on Politics

30:02 min | 2 weeks ago

Episode 237: Jumaane Williams On Gun Violence & Police Reform

"Jared Murphy from city limits, Dot Org and this has been maximum gathering visit. I'll be joined by New York City. Public advocate, Jimani Williams, and he's GonNa talk about some new recommendations that he's put out related to how to reduce gun violence in New York City. The city is has seen an increase in gun violence this year. Getting a lot of attention, folks are probably familiar with the fact that some of those numbers are up in tune in terms of shootings and murders across the city and public advocate Jimani Williams Williams in join us to talk about some of his recommendations for how to bring down the gun violence, and we're also GONNA. Talk about another area of focus for the public advocate that relates that of course, mets police reform show the public advocate who has had police reform as a focus of his for a long time since he was in the city council, certainly and even prior to that I believe is going to come and join us and talk about both police reform and how he wants to see the. The police, but not just police work on the issue of gun violence in New York City, and then we'll probably get into even some additional issues related to how the city recovers from the coronavirus crisis, and all of its fallout in its socioeconomic factors will talk with public advocate Jimani Williams in just a few minutes. We're looking forward to having him back on the program with some new thoughts and some new discussion points and of course I really WanNa. Ask Him pointedly about how he tries to balance his push for. For reform with also of course, had to make sure that communities in the city is a whole are safe, and there's a lot of criticism of folks like advocate Williams for pushing too far on the police reform side, and we're going to get his reaction to that and see how he thinks. The city needs to both combat, the surge gun violence and also continued to reform the police department, and on that point I also want to mention. We just published a goth visit late last night for this morning. A! New Deep dive piece on all of the police reforms that have been passed and promised over the last several weeks. It's really been a watershed period for police reforms like the public advocate and many others, and we tried to pull it all together at I. Don't think anybody's done that quite yet. To say look at all. These reforms that have happened on the city and state levels and some others that have been promised by executive action or by the NYPD Commissioner, that of course need to be seen to be believed, but there's really been just an incredible amount that has moved in the last several weeks after George. Floyd was killed in Minnesota. Protests erupted and all of a sudden has the Reverend Al Sharpton actually said to a reporter some received for this story at Gotham Gazette the dam broke. You know there was a break in the dam that had been holding up a lot of these police reforms at the state and the city level, and of course opinions vary on what people think of those reforms, but there's no one on any side of the equation who questions whether it's really been an immense period for police reforms being moved at both New York state in your city levels, but right now I'm happy to be joined by New York City public advocate Johnny Williams. HOW ARE YOU MR public advocate? A couple of Weeks but We're all trying to hang in there. Doing okay. You know definitely concern for the city. In, some of the ways that we're GonNa talk about here in some of the ways we'll talk about. Later in the show with guests to talk more about the economy and jobs, and then as I was saying, you probably probably weren't quite on the line yet, but I was saying earlier. You know watching the COVID. Nineteen numbers exclude across the country is really troubling as well both for the people going through it, and of course what they mean for for us here in New York A. Lot to be concerned about as we as we chat here today. So, why don't we start with what you've been focused on the most lately these last couple of weeks as you said very challenging, very troubling weeks. You have some some new recommendations how the city should combat a surge in gun violence that we're seeing WANNA lay out the broad strokes of those recommendations. I think you know the things I've been working on for quite some time and quite frankly they worked, and it's all about kind of reframing. What public safety is and we'll public safety. And anyone who thinks that enforcement is not a part of that conversation just wrong. And anyone who thinks that law enforcement is the only part of that conversation is also wrong, and it's about figuring out what part everyone has to play in why everyone's not at the table and I think there's some structural inequity that will take a little longer to work on, but three recommendations that are made to the mayor and the commissioner adjust good conditioning just last week become one kind of surreally reframing how we use COMSAT, and you know all sad to see the commission's remarks, very destructive remarks, cops that losing weight example while. While, we need to look at that difference right now. The Police Department is the only one accountable for combat commanders have to stand up in front of everyone and say the crime numbers, either up or down. What are they doing to stop it? That's a problem and so we have a of an agency that has to be a part of conversation city wide level. What are they doing this? Some of those on a local level, but all the community organizations that also have to be accountable and should be at that conversation. It shouldn't be just left up to law enforcement because the tools that they have not enough to solve all the problems that are addressing. The second was be a model, but I know some folks will will look at funny, but an advanced piece that I think can overlay. On. The Crisis Manager System All cure violence that we're ready have. It's been peer review. It's been. To, there's been proven to work in cities in Los Angeles and it's basically beaming incentives to people who are most likely to shot or do some shooting for making improvements in the things that we normally don't even think so whether it's. Fixing resumes to getting GD things like that incentivize that. You? Know we don't mind spending money to send a bunch of cops community. We shouldn't mind spending the money on things that we know work and Lafley. It was about asking police to do their job. And so we've heard and seen are notably. Slowdowns and The complaints that we heard just didn't quite make sense Even. The new oppose of all people with debunking them trying to blame it on the bail reform which I was surprised to see, but. The the they did. Then! They blamed it on the whole bill. The city council pass that Bill went into place last week. The slow happening for two or three weeks and so why would they be a slowdown before and the rhetoric that we hear is whether we hear where the crime is up or crimes down and it's all about just police police police on what we're seeing is really have to reshape that and take it out so that his public safety is a broader. Broader conversation, so we can be fair to community and fairly the police officers to want to come to work every day and make a difference but to do that. We just have to really take step that and we missed an opportunity in his buddy. Everybody was so worried about the billion that we didn't. We weren't able to have a conversation about what is policing wire police still doing things like mental health. Last I do WANNA. Make it clear the. Diploma was not funded in any way shape or form. They ended up losing maybe three hundred and eighty million dollars. Agencies took the VIR cuts even more than that, so we have to stop that rhetoric as well. High so so let's dig in a little bit more here, so you're. You're clearly stating in a one thing. I think that's that's interesting. I mean discussion has moved so fast so quickly in some ways, even though the results is you said weren't really borne out in the in the budget decision, but you know there's the defunding conversation, and there's even this abolish the police conversation, so you're not arguing abolishing the Police Department That clear polices is part of the equation, but can you say a little bit more about what you think? The sort of rightsizing and right I'm functioning of the polices, is it? The police report should really just be. Responding to violent crime in Paris certain size of the police force you think is ideal. Are these things that you thought about? The, these are the questions to ask any to be answered, and they need leadership. That's going to be able to have that conversation as far as boxing. The police look It'd be Great Day if That was not needed so I. don't mind that as a goal that we have to get, but the reality is for the foreseeable future That's not where we're going to be and quite frankly even in the Topi- as someone who's going to be responsible for law enforcement, and so we should figure out what that what that looks like and the fact that matter people. We have thirty five thousand. Seven hundred is army in the world for capita where about six or seven in in the country. So how many police do we need safety? Do we need to double that? Do, we need to triple its in the police officer in front of every building if A. If a community is only have two choices, which is over policing. Jail and violence then we have a problem, so we should have been figuring out okay. Why are police officers responding to mental health services while I mean while they the first response. Mental Health Services. That's something we can take away why police officers responding the first ones responding to a car accident to fill out a report. Why are they holding up barricades that parades, but the real questions that we can have? We can do a deep dive. And really figure out. What are the resources that we have and where they being used? Unless, redirected for less refrain conversation in Minneapolis, many people thought that they got rid of the police department, but they did it. They did something different entirely. They create an office of public safety. which the Police Department reports! That's a rethinking an reexamining of public safety. Those are the questions that we should be asking. And sadly with missing a lot of that because of a lot of the screaming, hailing in the fair mongering that happens in I wanNA. Be Put. Just a few months ago another time, but they've. They've this slowdown type. Things have happened before. It just didn't have the results that they want to. Because we did not see a commensurate amount of crime wise, we just happened to be in a time. Crime is rising across the nation where we're just going through a pandemic, and it's surprising to me that we believed everything in these communities will get worse and cooling housing, food and security, but unemployment. We thought everything will get worse except violent, so we should have been planning for this for. Wow, but you know this has been tried before. Just didn't have the results that one, and so we're using a time in history where we should be kind of putting our heads together. To figure out. To, sadly do happening now, so it sounds I mean it sounds like you know. This is the conversation that could have happened before this by the deal, but but is potentially conversation that will happen before the next one. and. Actually what's interesting is not someone. You're known to agree that much with, but governor Cuomo has basically told localities around the state to have those conversations and to sort of start from scratch in terms of reimagining, what policing is light. In order to present plans to the state to get state funding for police department, so that conversation? Will continue on the on the increase that you just mentioned in gun violence. What are you using to be tributing it there to dislocation brought on by the pandemic and the closure of the on me basically. But, we we, we don't really know dewey. I mean we don't. We don't really know what's at the essence of this increasing gun violence. or Whenever whenever I wanted I wanNA give credit and the governor the privately, and sadly not the May maybe a little bit now he's doing some, but the government really to by surprise by actually having that discussion and I hope he brought out, so it's not just policing, but it's about public safety. But, I hope that he means what he says and puts real resources behind it. Also, it came shortly before after he told protesters will because they want so sometimes. You have to balance that out into the the. The quarterback. A. Do we really know much of anything? Increasing Its everybody tries to stay claim as they know. What one specific thing! Is, inclined to rise, and not to anybody said know for sure. You know that'd be way of that. But here's what we do not to look. Pre Pandemic. We at historical. and. I remind folks when we're dealing with the abuses. Stop Pushing. I and we heard the same thing. We're handcuffing the cops not going to do the job crumbling skyrocket, and it never happened matter of fact. We were as I mentioned historic almost. Able laws were crime especially around Gumbo of the areas that the come honest crook rights management working had even further drop in the rest of the city. And then the pandemic hit. And people were home for three months, and these same communities saw their family members dying losing their jobs. And so that has an IMPAC mental health services weren't and across the country We saw the George Floyd. We saw the beyond Taylor's We saw a lot of these things going on. and. I would have to say that that has to have an impact on a lot of the problems that we've seen gun violence. Will they even know it was low in these communities before? And so we should have anticipated that and many of us were trying to push this conversation because you knew it was coming combined with the fact that although I'll never accepted, it has to be, but in the summertime we do see increase in this in this kind of. So point any one thing might be a problem, but looking at where we were and where we are now. Something that we have to do. You say a little bit more of your sense of how this happens where there is this massive. You know. Did you also mention of course? The public health aspect of IT and thousands of people dying and the effect that that have on people, but we see that we see this massive job loss people of school all these things, but how does that? In your experience from what you know, how does that lead Dune increasing gun? Violence is at where there's young people who are sort of you know they're. They're near around, but all of a sudden. They're getting. Not all of a sudden, but you know when when things like this happen. They're getting sucked into. Gang activity true activity. Some of these things where if there's more structure happening, they're not getting sucked into those things or what what? What really happens? And you know what about I wanNA make sure that none of these things are exclusive. I can't condone excuse anyone. Picking up a fireman shooting. And not even knowing where the shooting killing killing one AOL chewed. Killing the best and the brightest teenagers. They're trying to move what this is not an excuse, and it has to be accountability for that, but if we don't. Look at the root cause. We're not doing justice to the people who are dealing with this on a daily basis. And again. I was start from. Just look at the data. Look at the communities that don't have an environment. And look the communities that do. And what you will see is structural inequity and I guarantee you any place in New York City any place in the country. You go more than likely. You will see higher rates of unemployment. You will see educational systems that are not producing the way they should be. You'll seen food insecurity. You'll see housing insecurity or be those stressors. and. You see people who don't have access to healthcare. Access to mental health. And you can do all these things as a young person. and. People make per pants, working three or four times three four jobs. or or what have structural? Safety net that exists in places where children mess up and all you know uncle, so and so is a member or something. Go over there. He lied. Lead the right direction. Those those things are not there. Then what happens. What happens to the youth? When that people have? Some places they count it someplace in that. There's way too many guns on the street. We have to talk about the flow of guns industries remarkable to me that the people who always think tough on crime means more police, a generally the people who are supporting more guns, and it's not about illegal guns, because every illegal gun was legal at some point, so we have to deal with supply and the demand, but all those things together. You look at those data points and you'll see. Gun Violence. So, let's try to address data points. And I firmly believe that we'll see the violence itself chain. We'll see the public safety looks a lot different. And I'm waiting for some data from you know some of the avenue. Because, what has been surprising? Has has been some of the victims of self have been a little older than normal from what? which again for on the underscores that? This might be. A lot more links to people have gone through a collective trauma in the past four months. What are you you? You mentioned recent comments by? Commissioner Dermot Jay who police department. Means basically said he basically said. You leaders. He didn't name names, but it has to be You know the city council and the mayor basically. Have and I think some of it attributable the state because they've railed against the bail reform as you mentioned, but he basically said that government leaders in York have messed the city up so badly. What do you make of what's happening with the mayor and Police Commissioner, and what do you think should should happen here to straighten this out? But I was trying to make sure that my word are productive. At when I speak too much, I can speak to the mayor. The compensation generally good. In between those conversations, there are things that happened that I just don't understand and we're not. We're much different than the conversation we had. Those comments were irresponsible. They weren't constructive at all. And shouldn't be said by someone who is the mission of the police department has to work with everyone and quite frankly doesn't sound like someone who. And what the mayor said he believed in and. which is really trying to change how this thing is done? and. I questioned if there's someone there. Who doesn't believe it. You know that that's a problem. FOLKSTON agreements? On that. Commissioner Neil did, but there was a belief that he believed that we have to change it. and I'm concerned more than anything. Is there that beliefs there? Because if that isn't then. All trying to go up. A hill waits on against the heavy wind. And he's pushing. In the wrong direction. Do you think the mayor needs a new police commissioner? Again, you know comments that made when. When the choice was made still staying. I think there were other capable talent other that we should looked at. Again I WANNA keep my comments constructed because we have a very long summer about I'm the happy about those comments. And if Something is off. either. The mayor has changed fully an about face. and it just owning that and isn't a different director right now. or You know and and he's misaligned with the commissioner or vice versa. Take just has to be some alignment there. However he wants to do that. It needs to do with it needs to do it quickly. Because we only be working together to get out of this. summer where where it might not. She because the hottest days are probably fun of us. In terms of temperature, and oftentimes what that means. You're. You're working right now. On diner reduced the increasing amount fifteen. Against a further increase as you said, the summer is really just getting going and we often. Increases in the summer regardless whether circumstances that might be going on at the same time. You're pushing for police reform year trying to present vision that matches the two. But. Can you add to that and talk a little bit about? You are the ink? Black citywide elected official. Obviously Eric Adams the Brooklyn Borough President. He's also been. You know, become more outspoken during these crises we basing. Both of you together, you know have appeared at some events together, but you're you know a lot separately and talk about some different things, but key talk a little bit about your perspective about the importance of black leadership in the cities or taking front and center role right now. I'll tell you. What's sad is most of the people. WHO. Have the ability to make decisions. Don't look like the communities that are most affected. And so do well to allow those. Who Look like have represented have lived in those communities. To really. Take? What's being said? And Begin to implement. You know when we have to deal with the Stop Question Frisk. For while. You know. I was one of only voices really pushing for it. on several. As I was. Leaning elected official when it came to finding a new way of. Dealing with the? helping put together a crisis manager system. And a whole bunch of pilot programs that we did that actually work. And they and they work, and if we did not try, we would not have realized that they weren't. and. It's a similar thing. As we came to the pandemic people making decisions, we're not listening to the folks who are on the ground. And who have a better connection to these communities and these communities suffer for? And Right now the community understanding that they have a right to ask for more accountability transparency, but they have a right to ask for not just police and safer streets at the same time, so we should live with that and very often. Focused! Community, asking for police. And that is oftentimes not untrue. But I always go back and say we should ask them. What else they ask for because they asked him for King's county, hospital not close their gynecologic oncology department when the black maternal mortality rate is sky high, so asking for more resources in their schools, the asking for a healthy food and asking for quality safe. How affordable housing for some reason? We're not hearing. Any of those other asks. And that is infuriated. And instead of ignoring. black leadership. But at least you'll be should brought more to the table. And taking a lot more seriously that they are. We've got just a couple last minutes with you. Public Advocates Money Williams and always appreciate you joining us. And it's good to keep having you back. So last couple questions. One just to follow up on block begging. The followed by loss perspective? You got me no. You. Can you hear okay so? I was just GonNa say we just got last two minutes. We appreciate your your time here again today. Just a follow up on that and then one other thing We saw some really divergent opinions among black leaders in the city. When it came to the city council budget. Vote Him. We had yourself opposed to the deal that was reached. We had for example council member. I'm as baron voting against it. But then we had several black council members who defended the deal and said you know we don't really believe in sort of a more radical defending of the police or shifting away from police resources. Is there a way that you sort of reconcile that is. How are you thinking about sort of some of those different approaches that we've been from black elected officials. I think I got most of it. The one I blame the mayor. The mayor presented a framework. That didn't have to be. And so he at a framework that I think it was wrong from the beginning. What we need is somebody who can provide leadership to have a conversation with all parties and balls and I don't believe that people were saying that they don't WanNa, take any funding from even the black leaders who supported the budget. By the way I, we're working with what they were present it. I don't think it was a difficult. We don't want to take any resources away. they were just some people who didn't agree with the bill, and and didn't agree with the way they're trying to be done, but if you had somebody in the second, get in there and really have conversation. There would have been a lot more lines. And so me, presenting what I presented with the powers that we have in the Charles Taylor was. It was. Saying okay if we are, we are an everybody would agree with this, so we have to refrain. Policy debates. We also can't only send the police deployed and I bet you said look. If we're going to have a hiring freeze, really gonNA, tell the city of New York. We cannot keep your cancer department open. We can't hire any new doctors any new nurses. We can't hire any new any new social workers, the only thing that we can hire the thousand new police officers. I bet you had a lot of alignment and people saying you know what? Let's either hire not high. Let's figure out some Equi. Let's figure out if we can get more than half of the summer youth jobs. and. So the divisions that were there didn't have to be, and I put a lot of that on the mayor who present a framework. That, also did not have to be, and we spend a Lotta Time With that bill, and instead of really making a deep dive like the ones that we just discussed about the police resources have how they're being used how they can be. Redeployed and what else we need in those communities. Last question and let go we've. We've had this exchange several times, but not not in a while and. Given that the New York Times ran a story about this a few weeks ago. The. Some some people clamoring for you to break your repeated sorts about running for mayor. Have you given any new thought about the possibility of running for mayor in next year's election? I'm. Always on if somebody's going to mention my name with that, they still mind boggling to me. That this this this do from Brooklyn as being mentioned. Like that baby but you know I really fast. If to do this job, I think I'm doing. These job of my plan is to ask them. To do that job again and is important to have someone who's really going to push this forward on hold. Everybody accountable during this time so right now. My plan is to just be running for reelection focusing on Kosovo now. Don't believe my own press releases and I do know there's a lot of folks who probably. Don't want. So It was great to hear. The folks that definitely vote for me. It's probably a couple of wouldn't bill All right well well. You'll keep us posted if you have any. Different thoughts on that. Sony will. All right public money lands. Thanks for the time. A! Thank you for having me and this is crushing discussions. You have on a regular basis i. really appreciate absolutely, thank you.

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Podcast (6/14/19)

Boomer & Gio

2:22:51 hr | 1 year ago

Podcast (6/14/19)

"Boomer and GIO on the fan and the CBS sports network. From ian. Back studio for assize in Greg Jian Audie. Boomer and geo on the fan simul gas across the country on CBS sports, that work, go to Friday morning, another summer Friday, they are so Frejus as we head into the weekend, and we have a lot to talk about the sporting with a annoying Yankee loss and annoying mech game that is to spend it in still not over after Edwin d as coughs it up in the ninth in weird tarp. No tar rain delay game suspensions and a new NBA champion crowned. The last night out in Oakland. It was the last game ever at oracle arena, and it wasn't about the warriors. It was about the Toronto, Raptors Kowa Leonard Kyle Lowry, PASCAL Siaka Fred band fleet. They all got it done Nick nurse. Nobody's going to be talking about his time out anymore. And another major major injury for the. Warriors as we find out the Klay Thompson goes down with a torn ACL incredible stock from the NBA as we're on the cusp now of this off season. And the draft where the drama gets ratchet up even more. Good morning, boomer, our you, you don't wanna I'm doing great dodge. One thing different about was US open last night, because last night was like a sportsman fan stream. I got I got the US open on FOX in primetime. I got the Mets. I got the Yankees. Yeah. And on top of that, I got the basketball and unfortunately, for the warriors. Right. I mean just yet another just debilitating injury. And just goes to show you that Notre to win championships. In these sportsman, you gotta stay healthy and you got to be healthier, the longest and they were not healthier the longest they obviously lost Kevin Durant. And, you know, in Klay Thompson last night, just awful. Just awful the C, two guys going into maybe. I don't know if Kevin will go into it or not. But Klay Thompson getting. Hit free agency and you you talk about injuries coming at the worst time for these these players this right now. So congratulations to the raptors. I'm not gonna sit here and take away from them. But I would have liked to have seen them beat the warriors with the rent and Thompson both playing healthy seven games. And obviously neither one did that. So I, I don't know what to tell you, but I think that the legacy for quite Leonard cemented. Oh my goodness. I mean this is a guy now. He's one of three players to win NBA finals MVP's and championships. With two different teams along with Kareem LeBron, he's the first guy to do it in different conferences. He had a incredibly odd year last year with the San Antonio Spurs, and he was healthy or wasn't he healthy? And he wasn't trusting the team doctors and that team mates are begging him to play in the postseason. And he's just MIA. They end up trading him to a place that he wasn't willing to go to at first, but had no choice because he didn't have the no trade warms up to Toronto. Focuses in and goes in wins a championship for that city the. First one ever, and does it with one of the most remarkable postseasons? We have seen from an individual. I mean it is up there as one of the great all-time postseasons. And yeah, people are going to point to because it's a fact it's not an excuse. But it's a fact that this warriors team wasn't whole. Now it doesn't mean that what co- Leonard in the raptors did was any less spectacular, but it is part of the story, we're never going to know if Kevin Durant, Klay Thompson, we're healthy for the entire series how this series would've gone. But let's not take away the fact that they went into oracle won all three games there. And that is not easy to kind of like what the Saint Louis blues the bronze, they won three games in Boston. Yeah. I'm as just goes to show you that home, court and home-ice advantage and even home field advantage in the NFL. And all that other stuff. Just isn't what it used to be. It's just not what it's used to be. It used to be a lot of this really is dependent on health. And if your guys are healthy, you got a chance to win and you should win. If you guys get beat up and you're missing a guy a guy breaks jaw he's got to play with a stupid. Contraption on his helmet. I mean all these things play into the victories for the other team. But you don't wanna I certainly don't want to minimize it. And I do want to celebrate Hawaii Leonard because after everything that he went through last year to play the way that he played. And to get the finals MVP is pretty special. The other guy that's pretty special ESPN's, PASCAL. Siaka again a double double last night at the twenty eight and ten he was just an absolute force this whole series. And then cutlery probably had his best game on my goodness. I mean he came out like he was going to win a championship singlehandedly last night, all those threes, right off the bat, and he's someone of course, along with Tamar derozen and all those years of the Toronto, Raptors underachieving in the playoffs. He was talked about as choke artist. And you can't get it done into big spot. And these guys are frauds and he came out, and he said, no, I'm not gonna make this all about. What was in the past? This is about right now. And I'm going to be a big part of this championship. And there's a cool little video out of. Kyle Lowry waiting for Leonard to join him in an interview that's about to be conducted by Rachel Nichols. And they don't they don't know that it's being filmed at this point, they're waiting for the interview to start. And I guess maybe they got clearance to put it out there, but Kyle hours waiting for him in. Hawaii comes over enhance him the NBA finals M V P trophy and says here, he goes take this. She were the MVP tonight. This is yours too. And it just shows you that, you know, that coli last year with the Spurs. Well winning didn't want any part of his team he has changed the whole narrative around him back to the guy that was the leader in the MVP back at twenty fourteen for the Spurs. I mean this guy you cannot say enough good stuff about co letter and what's crazy about this whole thing is. Here's quiet Leonard the toast of the town, the man, the finals MVP, and he's good opt out of his contract to be unrestricted free agent. Any might leave this guy. One of the biggest heroes in Canadian sports, now, even though. It's always going to be hockey, but still brought the first NBA championship to candidacy. Around town leave did you see the raptors fans back in Toronto in Jerusalem? Aren't you can say whatever you want about, you know, they got their fan base bullying. And right. Yeah. And it's been very supportive fan base over the years. You know, here's the thing. I don't know what he's going to do. But I just I just can't imagine him leaving Toronto. Yeah. They pay him the most money. I think he's why. No, he's up there. Of course. And the one thing I will say about quite other than last year. Okay. Which was drama between he and his team, only sure there isn't a lot of drama around him. You know, there's none of this in, in the media, social media. He's extremely quiet. He's. You know, he is not a guy that's overly boastful about anything. He just kind of goes about his business, which is kind of interesting this day and age, especially in the NBA where the dramas flown every day drama is throughout special. I mean, you know, social media all the time. Probably one of the reasons why Kevin Durant tried to play was because of the attacks that he felt like he was receiving from social media Khalil. Enter doesn't seem to bind any of that stuff. So whatever it is about as personality. The one thing I can say is watching him play in this series. And now securing his second NBA finals MVP says all you need to know about what he is basketball player. And what he brought to the Toronto Raptors. Now they caught they caught a lucky break Durant got hurt Klay Thompson got hurt and this isn't Thompsons first injury in this series, don't forget, Mr. full game. Yeah. And you know, the, the warriors route their years in their championship years have caught breaks as well. We talked about. The rockets not this off season. But last, not this post-season last postseason with Chris Paul missing. Game six and seven when they were up three games to to the Cleveland Cavaliers being decimated. One of those championship years of Kevin love and Cairo Irving both on playing in the final. So they've had their breaks to it. Just so happened that this time it came around to get them and there's going to be speculation about the fact that these guys playing so many games going to five straight files. Just finally took a toll on a guy like Klay Thompson now, you know, the Kevin Durant didn't play five straight finals as he had only been there's only third year there. But a guy like Klay. Maybe something as there is something to say about all those games logged, and all those law should, you know, without question. Gee, I mean these guys have played so much basketball, it was June fourteenth today. Right. So it's twenty flagged as well. It's also twenty five years since the Rangers won the Stanley Cup. So that's right. So our twenty fifth anniversary. So I appreciate that, too. That's why I wore my red white and blue shirt on. Honor of the of the, the New York Rangers and flag day. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. Berga. Thank you. Think about that. Shape that to but for me it's. It was really, it's quite the story for quite Leonard. He's got quite the book the right if he really wants to write it now. You that's right. And I now the rules and the salaries and the bird rights. I mean it really does. I mean, the difference is like sixty million dollars in a month. Then the season start back up. Yeah. Moved it up to dock Tober now to spread it out. So that fewer back to backs. And no more of those three out of fours, and all of that. So, so, yeah, I mean basically starts in October, you have the rest of the summer and then September and then towards around Halloween now this season starts, but it makes it very enticing for a guy to stay in a particular place because of all the guaranteed money and Leonard, always talks about championships. It's all about championships with him says, I want that Larry OB he wants the trophy and with Toronto right now in this team. Really, he's not going to have a better path. I mean if you go to the clippers, they could build something out there that could be pretty good in a year with awards are going to be down because they might not have either Klay Thompson, or Kevin Durant. They signed both of them for the entire season. So he could have a easier path in the west out there as well. But I just don't know if he enjoys living in Toronto. I don't know why you would leave that reason there's really absolutely no lease reasonably. I think the GM up there is going to do everything he can convince quite a stay. I think the fans are gonna do everything when they have their parade chanting his name, and everything we really hard for him to say. I'm leaving. I think it is. I don't know. But maybe he will, but he's a different cat. That's the thing. Right. You just don't forget. You just you have no IDE, how -fornia and his his home state might be such a draw for him. And he figured he wanted to play there at some point. And now he has his opportunity. And by the way, you mentioned the GM out there now it's a name that Knicks fans basketball fans. No Masai Eugenia pause. The Knicks one they wanted to talk to them. They want to target him in the past didn't work out. The raptors aren't going allow that to happen. He's also a guy was in the news in a big way because he went and traded Dhamar Rosen for Leonard and said, yeah, I know there's gonna gamble right one year left on the contract. But the gamble whether he leaves or not doesn't matter the gamble paid off. He's got a championship now to be the gamble that somebody may make for Anthony Davis. Right. And in exactly now the. Messiah Jiri apparently is going to be offered. According to woods last night, a deal that could approach ten million annually from the Washington Wizards and deliver him the opportunity for ownership equity. So this is what happens. What a team had success. The other teams try to go and poach that guy messiah Jiri. Now is that guy? Judas. Well, yeah, that's the amazing thing, right? Right. So that would be unbelievable finally get it right. You finally win a championship, and then all of a sudden, everybody wants a piece of your team GM could go could go. But I mean the people in Toronto right now. I don't think that they care. They're celebrating there's this hilarious video. I just watch this morning of this drunk, raptors fan carrying around a gigantic house plant, you know, he's walking around with this thing and reporter catches up with him. And he goes what the hell doing? He goes, it's a house warming gift for have you seen them. They're still out. Nope drunk loser. They're gonna do whatever it takes to try to keep them there. And. He's going to with Kevin Durant now heard and in the hospital bed. Leonard is now he is the biggest chip to either move or stay. He's the guy that's going to shake it up in a big way, and we learned yesterday that according to the, the Boston Globe of the Boston Herald that Cairo Irving. And the nets is something that really looks like a possibility that we have been talking about now for a couple of days. So you've kyri goes the nets Kawais either the clippers or the raptors Kemba Walker said that it'll take less than a max to make it work with the Hornets, so he could build up the roster. And he wants to stay there and the Knicks are going to be waiting around looking around and either signing Kevin Durant with torn achilles or just build up with draft picks. A by the way, I gotta get Joe beningo was cracking me. Up yesterday cracking me up. He was screening at Rick Bucur the NBA insider, RIC Bucher. Yes, screaming at him. And he I was actually like. One of those laughs where like didn't breathe for a second. He goes Ricca, you telling me that a nurse is gonna walk up him and Ospital bedouin contract and a pen and have him sign a max deal with the Knicks in bed with the contract that a pen, and nurses going to end. It might happen. Good. Good. Good. You could be sitting in HSS. Scott perry. Steve mills and Jim Dolan, you're like in the background here. Sign this contract saved the franchise. It's unbelievable turn of events. But now, now it starts really right? I mean now now for both leagues and Joe and the NBA don't forget about the NHL draft. It's, it's the day after the NBA draft, which is amazing to me that these, these elites are like in lockstep with one another and yeah, it's going to be an exciting time for both the Knicks and the and the devils arrangers to of course, the islanders coming off of their playoffs. There's going to be the nets are right there with everybody else. I mean these five teams, the fortunes of these five teams could all change in the next six to eight weeks. Sure significantly. Yeah significant. I mean it's amazing that we're sitting here with high draft picks with with money to spend in free agency. And lots of decisions to be made by general managers for all five franchises of our winter sports. Yeah. And the Knicks were supposed to be the headliners and they're probably not going to be any longer. Mac? Can't believe it. I just like you know, fun, right? At I about a month ago, we just like all Gideon, jacked up and everything was going on Williamson's pelican Cairo Irving's going to be a net. And Kevin Durant is sitting in a hospital bed at HSS, though. I'm think about that. So member that picture, you tweeted out of all, three of them Knicks uniform, yes, you've got Zion pelican kyri potentially a net. And Kevin Durant is going to miss a season. Well, maybe he'll still be Nick, though I just. No, no, no. Just that absolute cluster fudge is what it is on. I don't know what it is just that they just got. They have no luck. Man. Maybe Jay Barrett turns out to be Michael Jordan, then that's basically, what they need. And you know what? It's not far fetched. It's that far fetched. Michael Jordan was the third overall pick. I mean in RJ Barrett going into the college basketball season was a number number one overall prospect, Zion Williamson just turned out to be a behemoth. But now RJ Barrett. He was think it was the fourth leading score in the history of college basketball's a freshman. Right. So there, there's that. So it's not like this guy is some slouch. So he could turn into a superstar. Right. Let me just say this one thing to you know yesterday we played softball over there. Mass path queens. Yes. Middle middle. Middle village, right? Next to it. I had to go through mass Beth. Yeah, it only took me like an hour and a half to go. Six point two mile that happens. It was unbelievable, but, you know, well worth the trip was, you know, I think Lisa to his oh, and Christina lamb. Christine Lim actually put on an unbelievable day. Very powerful for us over there. And we as we. The NYPD team and it was just it was a great game. But it was really about the game was about the significance of the game in memory. You know, Joe Joe lamb who is obviously at American hero, both in an NYPD uniform and a US army uniform as well. So big, thank you to them for allowing us to participate in that was great to see the Commissioner yesterday. And it is a poignant reminder reminder, how every single one of the people that work within the NYPD the PD anybody that is a security personnel person in this city that keeps it the safest city biggest city in the world deserves our credit and our, our salute today because it is a reminder of really what they face on a daily basis. Yeah. Standing there. It was it was overwhelming to be quite honest as Commissioner. Neil was delivering a speech, and then Christine Leme got up and spoke. And there was a NYPD helicopter that flew over to game. And I was just so there was a, there was a moment there, where it was really emotional, because Lisa and Chris. Steen became friends, because their husbands were killed around the same time. And that's how the families got together and their kids go to school together, and they go to school together. And they made a plaque of both men together and said, look, you know, now, they're together like we're together and handed the plaque. And, you know, the kids seeing their, their fathers on the plaque and then seeing Christine, and Lisa react to that was, you know, there was no amount of traffic going. They're coming home. That was going to me after that, you know what? I don't understand really honestly. Which really pisses me off more than anything. It's the politics around all of this crap because you see these families, and you see what they have lost. And you see these kids, and you're like. Why, why is it seemed like they're always under fire when they shouldn't be I mean, they're the people that keeping us all safe? Yeah. When I think it was I think it was Commissioner Neil, one of the speaker said, you know, thanks for being here in a time, where it's not popular to support was like that. That's ridiculous. That's ridiculous. If it's not popular to support them in every every organization that's that that level and dealing with these issues is going to have controversy along the way. But this is one of those, I mean, look at all the good while the store, the story, you know. And I know that Commissioner Bratton lead into commission O'neil, but what Commissioner Neil has done since he is taking over with the community policing effort, and everything else. And going the going the extra mile to make sure that everybody kind of get works together because policing is not just about people in uniforms or undercover cops. It's about the community in which they are actually policing partners with the with the police force. And I think you know, I I don't know. What people are looking at are watching, or on why it's, it's always negative. It should never be negative. It should always be positive. And I, I don't know over the last two to three years. I've seen nothing. But s- and you and I have been a part of the police foundation dinner and everything, and we see these amazing officers that do so much more than that. They need to do. Yeah. And I said this in the brief time that I spoke yesterday at the podium is you know, we go to these games. These guys come up to us and say thanks for being here. We stopped that. And thanks for being here. I mean, there's nothing you're gonna thank me for I'm not accepting that thank you. It's very nice if you I'm not accepting that, thank you. But thank you guys for doing everything you do and having us, be a small part of it. So last night was, it was just one of those things like I knew when I, I was going to sit next to you, this show, that'd be it'd be a special ride. I didn't know how special because things like this, you know, I saw you do in the past. And but when you're there, and you're a part of it, it, it just changes you. I can't say enough about, you know, guys like Ricky DP tro, Matt. Morton that show up. Governor shows up and mess. Alone was great yesterday, Tom Izzo may be in the midst of his greatest moments. Yeah. Say softball FA, and t- me to come. Okay. You get to that. I've got a couple of hates get to that. And got a couple of hits yesterday had a sacked fly. I've not had a miserable defensive thing happened to me yet, so but it's great. I mean it's just it's just watching our team come together now you know our second game we played a lot better yesterday than we did to the previous game. I got I got a bone to pick with CBS sports network. I mean, they couldn't wait to play all the fat me highlights from last year. Right. Every time he was reloading the me pop in my hamstring running to first base. And now this year, I'm hitting the ball over the place. I'm spelt making defensive plays. I don't see any but. Matt Martin and Kirschner, and everybody else to me. Well, I gotta tell you. I think DP atro- might have had one of the best lines of the day yesterday when you were on the base. Now, the field was a little muddy. So you had to be really careful when you were running. When you finally got on base somebody said that, that was going to take at least six hits that make you score because you tend to be able to slow on the basis. Right. Well, I don't I'm telling you right now that track there and they worked really hard to get the field in, in somewhat condition. Yes. I was not busting my ass out there. That was not happening. I got a long summer ahead of me. I'm looking to have a good time. A walking boot is not something I was ready to strap. Next Friday night a week from tonight. We have our you came against the wounded warriors. That's right out on Long Island. It's going to be great tonight. I have my empire challenges the football helmets. Here's gonna be a beautiful night at Hofstra for hopefully yet another great game between the high school stores from Long Island in New York City, the last years have been unbelievable. Tonight's game starts at seven o'clock at Hofstra. So if you've got nothing to do come on out and support the local high school football programs around here, it's going to be great and look forward to the twenty four th year, the empire challenge in a big. Thank you to United Healthcare, the New York Jets under armor. Gatorade, hurricanes grill, and wings. And of course, Johnson Ville, the big taste grill that will be there giving away free free food and everything else. So I'll forward to seeing everybody tonight at Hofstra eats. The morning show with boomer Assias. In Gregg giannotti, boomerang, GO GO on the fan. CBS sports, our Jerry out this morning, we've got ceelo in here and he's got a lot. Tell us about. So we will get right to Hello. Good morning. This is the first thing I thought of and I woke up, how am I gonna pack all this India's? There is a lack of NATO. We are brought to you by the raycatena auto group, schedule an appointment today to rake, a teen of service center for first class service at affordable prices. No, Kevin Durant. No Klay Thompson for the final quarter. Plus of game six the warriors though still got a great look to force game seven with the rat dolla loves the pass over to the far sideline grain. Tracks down to curry for three. The ball is loose. It's picked up by litter triple owner center. It's loose on the floor. They called a time out dream on green called a time out. They don't have limits raptors radio. Steph curry, no good in the open. Look there he was just three of eleven from three point range on the night. Kawai Leonard then drained three free throws to close it out after that one fourteen one ten the finals, the rafters captured their first ever NBA championship Leonard a beast in the series and all throughout the playoffs named finals MVP quite a year for him. Even in victory remains even keel curebowl with media say about me or if they want me to score whatever thirty points because I did the game before I'm gonna come out and play right away. I'm not trying to make headlines. We'll see about his future, where he's playing his basketball next season. Big efforts by the supporting cast as well PASCAL twenty six points, ten rebounds. Kyle Lowry had twenty six and tennis is Serge Ibaka, fifteen points off the bench and Fred van Vliet was great. Again, twenty two. Points, including five three guys who had to get it. The long way who had to get out the mud who had to get it against the grain. And we got a team full of them coming from all different places. Oh, yes. I know out the mud. We were in the mud look like a sloppy track at Belmont, man. That's why I was very ginger around those bases. Yes, I could see that. But the interesting that kid ban fleet is come out of nowhere had a great postseason. It really did. He was an ex factor for them for sure. On the flipside better amount, bitter end for the warriors and wondering what could have been if they had had a healthy Durant, and Thomson the ladder missed a game earlier in the series and then after pouring in thirty points in less than three quarters miss, the final fourteen minutes or so of this one. It is a torn left ACL confirmed by agent, the wee hours of this morning, hard to believe says Steve Kerr Klay goes down. Is out for the game. It's just, you know, sort of you got to be kidding me. Like this has to start amazing toughness by Thomson to come back out onto the court shoot is free throws, just so he would be eligible to return drain both of them to ended up leaving the arena on crutches before the game. Even ended Draymond green not surprise his crazy to say the least, you know, he's going he loved to play basketball, and no matter what he's got. He's going to try to be out on the floor for curry. He's gotta live with not draining. What would have been the go ahead? Three ball in the final seconds of the final warriors game ever at oracle arena, and drive by how great memories again, what we've been able to -ccomplish in this building. And as you move move across a bridge wanna be able to continue that and create new memories, and it was on the roster remains to be seen the road team wins the final five games of the series, including a three no Mark for the raptors at oracle. And for co why he joins LeBron Kareem as the only players to win finals. NBP's with two different teams. Leonard the first to do it in both conferences. Meantime, as Toronto was celebrating on Golden State's court. We had the Woche bomb about Masai Jiri that the wizards are apparently gearing up to make him this off right now. You touched on in the in their ten million dollars per year and some ownership equity as well. And then we've also got this situation with looking at Gerry at the video right now. I, I didn't know this happened over hours. I think it was coming video. What is it? So it's basically the initial tweet says breaking sheriff's deputy reportedly pushed in struck in the face by a man believed to be a Toronto Raptors executive after game six the NBA finals that is messiah Jiri, and it looks like now, you can't see the strike in the and it's clearly messiah, Jerry. It's just a matter of what happened before the video camera turned around, because it caught the tail end of it, and it might this is speculation right now. But it looks like this is right at the end of the game he's trying to get down to the court, actually. And maybe the sheriff deputy whoever's working security, there didn't know that he was in executive wasn't credentials. Maybe right to stop. And maybe an altercation story that's on his ass. I mean, you know, I'm sorry, you got to have the credentials. You gotta be able to, you know, the people doing security be able to identify you. Yeah. I mean in Kyle Lowry comes over and grabs him pulls him out of the crowd to the court. But I mean you know. Escalated to something that physical, where he's getting struck in the face and pushed. I mean that's ridiculous. The sheriff, right. That's deputy. Yep. I mean, we had to see what happened, but I mean, there's really no excuse unless you're getting assaulted yourself to defend yourself in that way. So we'll see what happens. But that is, I mean, you're the toast of the town, you win a championship, and now you've got this, but they're on the road, though. That's the thing wasn't in their home building. So. Right. You could understand why people may not know who you are. And the guys just trying to do his job, depending on how this whole thing plays out. Let's just wait until we you know, we're speculating here. It's crazy. It's chaos. He's trying to get with his team probably doesn't have any sort of credential on. They don't know who we is they gotta stop them. He gets. He gets upset because you don't know me, how the hell they going to, and also who knows. Maybe these two guys afterwards talked it out or something we don't know any of that. We just know that we have this video. Oh, and there's apparently the sheriff's department is claiming that this deputy was struck in the face by a man, they believed to be messiah, Jerry. So the this camera that was on the baseline there. It's as it turns, you can essentially see them being separated by someone else who was there. There's got to be some sort of video. I guarantee you this some someone. Yes, someone had it. The building has right here to cameras all over that the NBA just does not stop churn stuff out. Right. They just they don't stop. And that's what the point said they're waiting for a response from the league. So that's the thing like when you play on ice, they have boards and stuff. And you can only get through on the ISIS certain way, the basketball court, you come down light over for all. Yeah. No doubt. We'll move to baseball's a rough night for the locals. The Mets took a four two lead into the ninth inning at rainy city field at Wendy could not close the door at baiter rockets one down the line for a base around second heading for third place to be weighed and can't come up with. Gary Cohen s in why Harrison baiters RBI devil, not at the score at four. He was thrown out of the third base on that play to end the inning and the game at least for the night, suspended by rain that resume the evening at six ten before the regularly scheduled game umpires in the grounds crew were getting ready to put the tarp on the field after the bottom of the eighth. But then reversed course, make you Callaway what out there to see what was going on as we were out there. Lightened up pretty good until wasn't raining, his heart. Okay. Let's try to fix it. He probably said the Wendy is coming. He'll get this thing on quick, don't worry. Don't worry about put him out there. Gambia over. I'm not sure Mickey was the one who convinced them Pete Alonzo. Was that about video? I mean it's hilarious. So. Yeah. Sticks his glove under his jersey. So it looks like he's got a big gutten walking around like this. Just. During the air and then resort ios out there waving the tar guys, the grounds crew to roll it back up. It was just it was very strange thing. And of course wouldn't as ends up not getting the job done, which is just so frigging. Yeah. Especially you know, two outs run around I. All right. You gave up one run for three being get the guy out. Get baiter out. No black double guy scores is reminiscent of last year for Jacob degrom. Yeah, it is starting to feel that white a little bit. I wasn't nine minute delay before Diaz through his first pitch inning. And he wasn't sure there's no doubt about ready to come in start getting some outs and then you have to sit for nine minute. His third blown save and boomer alluded to another wasted adding by Jacob degrom. He gave up two runs over seven eight strikeouts. Pulled a young got him for a solo Homer in the sixth, other run came across on Matt carpenter's infield single against the shift in the third when that inning ended to Graham slammed his glove to the floor in the dugout and picked it up. Throw it against the wall. Not happy about the shift is going, and look. And he does not hit the bowl. There very often think it's been. The year. Honestly, since he's a credible short. Basically calling out, I guess, whatever analytics, they had suggested putting on that shift. So little frustration there, nothing. No decision for him, Michael Conforto at a two run Homer, Dom Smith and RBI single to highlight the met offense. Again completion of this game at six ten and then Stephen Matt's opposed by Daniel punts daily on afterwards in Chicago, the Yankees wasted away a four nothing lead. Hi, Dr right. Those talk with on the track sees gone. Leroy Garcia pounds of three to pitch over the white centerfield wall solo Homer in the seventh, John. Pretty much that made it five to four turned out to be the final score in favor of Chicago Garcia winning a lengthy battle with that amount of credit to him for fighting me there and get me in that spot. And I didn't wanna walk them. You know, so game a pretty good pitch to hit and you know he didn't miss it. Seven out of ten now. Yes, it is. And their starting pitching has been shaky at best shake. You gotta pay tune. And he's got a four nothing lead last night is out there and it gives it right back. That's right he go. She got the team on the board with an RBI double in the fifth off. Jay hap- Tim Anderson, then followed with the three run Homer hap- worked into and out of trouble in the fourth did not get the job done in didn't get it done. So. Just think about, you know playing a complete game. I think we'll get back to doing that mentioned seventh loss and ten games for Aaron Boone's club and as GIO alluded to the bullpen has let them down, as well recently get off to a good start, obviously, with four are able to tack on any. You know they got to the pen a couple times in a couple of those losses still in first place by a half game at the raise loss of the angels last night. Brett Gardner, two run Homer. Clint frazier. RBI single but nothing from the Yankee offense after the fourth tonight. You got about the and Lucas GIO, Alito pre game on the fan six thirty g Lido nine in one with a two eighty RA and he is essentially have that era since the beginning of may. He's won his last eight decisions. Elsewhere Shohei Ohtani, first Japanese-born player to ever hit for the cycle his angels beat the raise five to three in the Red Sox. Don't get six one hole to the Rangers. Seven six nationally dodgers best at the cubs seven three, the dumbbell shut up the nationals five nothing. They've won seven out of eight and the Braves top the pirates six to five seven straight win for Atlanta a game and a half up on the Phillies atop the National League east around one US open from Pebble Beach Justin Rose. Six hundred sixty five. He's got a one shot lead over Ricky Fowler, into Shafi. Stays in an errand wise ROY McElroy three back. Brooks kept good the two-time defending. Champ is four behind tiger. Woods grinded out a one under sent a lot of red numbers here. So, you know, these conditions well soft conditions and like the ones going to be picking up anytime soon, either. And so I don't think the players can be bitch about the US up about the US open Phil Mickelson missed, like a one and a half foot. Yeah. Yeah. I mean that has nothing to do with the setup of the US Open has everything to do with the setup of him putting so. Great. I thought it was the production was terrible. I mean, I'm not talking about the talents. Fine. They're finding everything else. But man, I'll tell you they miss them shots yesterday. And I'm like, what is national championship golf Brian this? John can't have this amateurism here. The morning show with Boomer Esiason and Greg nutty, boomer and geo jail on CBS sports network, the Toronto Raptors win the NBA championship last night meeting the warriors Klay Thompson goes down with injury late in the third quarter torn ACL's. So we're going to have to deal with that. In addition to the Kevin Durant thing, whether or not he stays. There is still up in the air. But if they try to keep them all dealing with two guys, you're gonna miss a lot of time Edwin blowing a save suspended game that'll pick up tonight with the Mets and the cardinals and j happened oughta vino and the Yankees cannot hold onto that four nothing lead out in Chicago. So a little bit of an annoying night for New York. Baseball. It was a great night for us out at juniper valley park in middle village last night as we played a softball game against the NYPD stars for the Joseph lamb memorial fund. And there was an announcer, and DJ, and there was a pre game ceremony Lee Greenwood sang about five or six songs did one of those great collaborations where leasing song, and there's a painter behind him doing a patriotic painting that was very, very fun to watch. And there was an announcer, who was very funny, and he was he had jokes for all of us. He was prepared. He knew was on the team, and he was good and I met him afterwards, and he has called up the morning and that's Stephen Manhattan who joins us on the fan. What's up, Steve? Nice job last night. Next year. I appreciate it. Thank you guys. That was an amazing amazing time. I don't know if you realize how much everybody appreciates you and Bomer and everything you do for the law enforcement community. But I appreciate the kind words, I'm glad you think I did a good job, but I was extremely distracted behind the plate. You know, it's the first time I ever did anything like that. You are. And just every time I looked at the mound when your team was on the field. There was just a giant package with the pitcher. Huge passion to everyone. Yeah. You know Steve, this was something because it was a series Knight, and boomer does not like to mess around during these games. We sort of kept it to ourselves. But, but yeah, there was a huge banana. Basically the the way the way that you had your uniform on last night. There was a huge chunk, basically was prominently displayed to all of us. So it was something that was talked about on our bench. It was something that was talked about afterwards, Steve and his buddies came up to me and asked me, if I had seen it, I said, yes, I had seen it and you'll Akaka and I just had to say look like someone taped a Snickers to your inner thigh and Steve somehow got through the game. And I'll tell you now I know why you pitch. So well, now I know why this happens is no one's actually looking at the ball that you're throwing, but rather some king pipeline. So Steve, you did a good job getting through it, though. Man. You weren't you kept your task you stay focused. Jio my cousin's. Cousin's husband rob has has to boomer a lot because my cousin Maureen is the first to point that out. And I you know, I think I think I might went home and had a good time. Steve. Thanks for gold man. Yeah. That was. I want to call out the network, but, you know, no guts here. Yeah. The and I know they've got of course they do the because I've seen it ready. I mean, they won't they won't do it. I I mean I don't blame him like right. So, so you, it's just looking at me. I mean and talking about me and you got this big package that you're walking around with what he package, Joe DiMaggio WFAN. To do about it. I'm not saying you need to run it into a woman that has, you know very large breasts. Like you just can't keep your eyes off. I guess is that the way you feel about this. What the hell's wrong with you people? What did he goes wrong with us? It's just it's it was saying before this is the first time that I had noticed it. This is the first time that I had noticed it wasn't something that was on my radar prior to last night. And by the way, I could not actually feel pretty good at it. I mean I'm not going to sit here and say that I'm not taking it as a compliment I kind of. Yeah. It was. It was one of those things where appreciate it, though. I appreciate you all spending a lot of time. Checking me out once it was pointed out. And the fact that, that, that guy's wife was the first notice, the next makes me feel pretty right? Actually wasn't the for Hugh. I never mind stuff ruining the story, got to wonder where your team's focuses. Well, I know where my teams focuses too, and that's where the focuses. No one was. Going to bring different. Yeah. I saw I saw I saw a players make making the place yesterday that you know that I appreciate it because you have your back to them when they were making the play. Listen, this is like something that in expect to talk about this morning guys. Catching me a little off guard. Yeah. I mean you got to do you want me to work up next week or or at least underwear something I do wear word sliding shorts. That's probably what the problem is, is a problem. Well, it's mean what do you want to do, man? It's me. I get away from me. I get it. But it's just it was like I mean, it was prominently displayed. It was like that's why Greenwood sang fifteen. He just good stuff. You know, get off the stage one. Keep it going. It's why Reggie wouldn't let us leave. I mean listen for, for the batter's that are up there it has to be a distraction has to be an advantage for us way. Whatever it takes. Yeah, I look at it. So I remember I said at the end, it was like this, this might be all over social media tomorrow. It's that it's that bad. You know, I mean, it's, it's what's so bad about it. Say why? That's not it's not bad. It's got a little nibble at doesn't. To work. Say it just it was that. You could see that much not bad in the sense of it's bad. It's just that it was it was very out there. I thought we were partners. If I if I if you had something I've grain. Memory that it was such a draw deal. You're too big. I would say something to you. Yeah, but I can't in that situation, you knew I this is the way I thought because it's the way you taught me is that I had to focus on the task at hand. Right. We had to win that game last night. So that's where all my focus went. And it was something that, you know, after the game in this morning, we could deal with after we were done getting victory, actually, I will say before the game started. Yeah. Dp did say did he he did? All right, just making sure that because he did that guy. He doesn't miss anything. No. Yeah. He might have been the one who actually alerted the rest of us. Yeah, I'm sure he would. And I'm sure he'd probably know having a good time thinking about it. Yeah. That guided that painting behind Lee Greenwood, I, he was actually going to paint that when he put what he went to reveal the down to be an eagle at the end. Yes, we were all little worried. Junk package big penis ULA. Kaka. Sorry, guys. Joe Rick told me then I did do something about it. But it was great. So the guy who was the announcer. Just call up Steve. Is that his name Steve? So he's like, hey you got a second. I'm like, yeah. Of course. Listen, I don't know if I'm allowed to talk about this. On guys donors booms. Yes. Yes, it's a whole, okay? Okay. Okay. All right. Okay. Well, can I call them more like sure if you'd like man, that's. That's that's, that's awesome. Be ashamed of here. Anything? No, I'm just saying. I mean good heard Pete Rose. Mike francesa. That's right. A man hanging from a pianist. All right. It is boomer in jail. He has sports network. Hey, listen. I get it. I take it that's fine. It's nothing that this is not just just just get ready because SIS could be a lot of heat coming, just telling you wouldn't eat a lot of heat coming over doing complimenting you on about that. How can have a lot of fun at my at my expense. Yeah. Okay. But it's like this is one thing. Aides telling you hate man. My wanna do something always at least did you? But you can do anything about something about which ended with a sharpie, let you do that. Every justed over job. What do you? Well, you would know about that little, you're right? Trust me. Like a squirrel. I know man, let's readjust don't worry about anything type onto where it doesn't matter for me in bits. All right. Booms where you wearing those pants when the TSA inspected you the. Now, we know what you were randomly. Bobby, once you just go back office microphone in front of face that up. Oh my goodness. There's this one video they got a replay. They just have to do it at some point in a burning all of it. No. All right. Well, one guy took a picture. Steve you're listening on Twitter. You can tweet out that picture to me. Hey, listen. You got to. Just take take it, man. Wrong with this is not a damn thing wrong with this. This is not like one of those things like you know you paints fell down. You're running around basis, or you tripped and fell on your face. Like we're sitting here talking about your member being so distracting, the T A announcer couldn't do his job. This is not your traditional bulb busting. All right. Mrs is totally different. It's the morning show with Boomer Esiason and Greg nutty, boomer and geo. The investors Bank studio, boomer and geo on the fan across the country. On CBS sports network, the Toronto Raptors the Golden State Warriors last night game six the NBA finals, their first championship ever, they are still celebrating in Toronto Klay Thompson goes down with a torn credible. The injury stuff that happens to the warriors in the finals couple other notes from last night, as a wild Leonard wins his second BA finals MVP the third guy in NBA history to do that with two different franchise in the first one to do it in different conferences. Lebron and Kareem the other two to get it done. So that some special company, of course, and it's interesting circumstances he was able to do with two different teams and Masai Jiri is now a part of some sort of story where he might have pushed and struck a deputy sheriff in the face as he was trying to make his way down to the court to sell. -brate with his team. We don't know the full details of that. There's a video out there of both of them being held back the officer and messiah Jiri messiah cheer, of course, the GM of the Toronto Raptors, who was also in the news for other reasons, as apparently the Washington, Wizards are willing to give him ownership equity in ten million a year to leave Toronto and run their franchise. So a lot going on with the NBA, kyri Irving reportedly is going to be a Brooklyn net. Now is the Boston Herald has put that out there last night. So just doesn't end and we're gonna have weeks. Now couple of weeks straight speculation of how this is all going to go down in free agency could Colli leave Toronto is Kevin Durant. Still an option for the Knicks. It's all all out there and we are we are finally here, what the draft now less than a week away. You've got the NBA draft on June twentieth NHL draft on June twenty first. So this is not going to be a quiet summer around here, boomer. Not at all as the Mets and Yankees both obviously the Yankees in first place in the Mets still in it, and it would have been nice. If they would have gotten back to five hundred last night, you would've felt better about that. But now we have to wait to see if they complete this suspended game with a victory. And there were that close it tasted one out away, but at Wendy s choked it away again. Eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six number to call anything. You wanna talk, John Mets Yankees NBA finals NBA off season. Go to Jason Harrison, what's going on Jason mowing, boomer. Hey Jason, what's up man? On say. Great game yesterday and everything. Now you were the pyre right Jason. I'm yesterday. Ryan, right. Yes. Yes. You did it. You did a great job everybody. That's right. I'll getting back to talk about this morning, boomers blessed. We've got great tube socks. I noticed that first house, the guy got a big Cup on or something. She kept that ninth got about third side since almost five today that last ball, the pitchers, and laid it out. You keep it in the ball to less. Feel left field. Left field gall. Thank you, that batting on it blessed I dunno. I appreciate that Jesse did a helluva job yesterday. You'd I've only thrown three hundred pitches in the last two out of the last three days he didn't I saw I don't wanna hear about. I'm worried about ERA and believe you may is knocked in six runs against a Hebrew home one for three yesterday. I can't always do everything. Yeah. And I could see where this is going to go this morning. This has gone. No, no, no. Edwin dias-blue stave last night. The Yankees have lost seven out of their last ten Klay. Thompson goes down to Toronto. Raptors win the championship, and all you guys are focused on is things that you don't need to be. I don't I don't think so at all. I really don't think that's the way the show. I don't think the show to get back down and talk and sports. Find we'll do that with Mike and Bergen county. What's going on, like, good morning, gentlemen? Percival. Thanks for your support for law enforcements truly appreciate it. One hundred percent Mike. Boom since you're such a big hockey fan. I'm thinking maybe could take on a related softball nickname like maybe couple Cocco. See, I told you wasn't going to go that way. Brought it back. The hockey see look at that, but I can see how this is going to go the it's going gonna be just like a crazy Friday. That's what's going to happen. Listen. This is what you do on a show like ours. You present out all the top is to way as the dog you say to sports talk radio. Yeah. The way to talk radio and people call up what they wanna talk about whatever the topic that's on their mind. So far. That's what we've got all about talking about capital Cocco. Yeah. I know that's right around the corner, boys. Right. Maybe that'll be used at your like our team manager and captain, maybe can be kept in Cocco, maybe that can be your name get a New Jersey for you and all of that. Joe in old bridge. What's going on Joe? Gordon guys. Thanks for taking my Cologne. Yes, sir. We got fourth gangqi fan and I'm happy to see young guys or playing so well. And I was just wondering, your thoughts on this gang cheese are playing like a smaller market team now because of big big money's not come back yet. Do you think maybe in the off-season pitching, his big money, but you think in the off season, maybe they try to deal, Jim? Carlo and get a couple of young guys or get another picture some prospects. I mean think about it, though Joe. I mean you know his contract. Right. And yet, Manny Machado and Bryce Harper. They were searching around. They did end up getting big money. But it was at the San Diego Padres. Philadelphia Phillies teams that were desperate. What team out there are the Yankees going to want to eat so much of that contract to make it attractive for another franchise in the Yankees. Use aren't the team that they're dumping contracts? They're the ones that are taking him on the degree to eat like twenty five or thirty percent that contract. And maybe I don't think spend team like the dodgers. The dodgers always seemed to be in the market for a big guy, even though they have a lot of house. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, that's one place that makes sense. I don't see the Yankees eating a ton of it. I do say that the dodgers could be a possibility but the angels, the angels of their Ray. Asu just gave trout contract to. They gotta Tani there with a big contract. You don't. Here's the thing I would just say, let's wait until judge in Stanton, come back before we start talking about what you doing with them next year. They're not trading Stanton at the trading deadline. I'll tell you the biggest problem the Yankees, they've lost seven of their last ten games and their starting pitching has been, I think, horrendous, is a little bit much. But it has not been very good. Let's put it that way below average low average. Let's go to Ralph in Brooklyn was going on. Ralph. Love your show. Thank you on the Durant thing with the Knicks it like going to the store, PC Richard, you're going to buy TV, you want refurbished, or you want brand new out of the box. Yeah. On. And you want to pay him for what he's capable of doing now. Right now you have no idea what he's capable of doing coming back from this. I was watching the game last night. And watching cousins move around on the court because he obviously just came off at the same thing here. Seems like he's moving. Okay. But he's not the basketball player or the athlete that Kevin Durant is that's, that's the big question here. That's the unknown. We have no idea how he's gonna come back from this, the Knicks should go that way, wasting more money going that way. Go with a young guy on another front with the phrase. You're in the Yankees Frazier the good hitter, Cashman picked him up with the Chapman deal. He really see phrase you leaving like they're going to trade him. What you think they're gonna go with the younger, guys and AAA, man. I really hope they don't trade Clint Frazier. I think a huge mistake Ralph. But the problem is your question. Do you think that they trade them? I still think that's a real possibility because that is the guy that will get the deal done for the pitcher, who could be difference maker, was that pitcher? No. Let's Madison Bunga. So that pitcher basically control kinda like Anthony Davis is controlling the pelicans pelicans right now. You could trade a guy but you know, you can only trade a guy to a certain spot because he controls by via no trade clause where he wants to go. And if I'm Brian Cashman, I know that and, and because of the money that you may end up having to pay him because of that. No trade clause kicker, and all that stuff. I'm not giving up top end talent for guy for either rental or two year contracts them doing that. Sure. But I mean, the Yankees are in desperate need of rotation. Help they lost to the Red Sox last year. They lost the Astros ear before me just put it this way. So the, when these trade deadline's come around for like the NBA, or the NHL, or even, you know, in the NFL for that matter, you got to be careful about what you're doing. So the Winnipeg Jets decide the trade lem you and affirm. First round draft choice for Kevin Hayes, Kevin was good Rangers fine. But he did not turn out to be very good Winnipeg jet. So now the Winnipeg Jets sitting going way, we gave up one of our prospects that looks like he's going to be a player for the Rangers. Plus a first round draft pick. You gotta be really careful about what you're trying to acquire what you wanted to give up. And that's what I'm saying. Like if you're gonna go after Madison on Goerner now, he could just basically say no to everybody else. And he just wants to go to the ankles, and that's the only way he will waive his no trade clause, and he'll end up having to do something financial with the keys. But why would the keys have to give up one of their better players in where to get him if he kinda controls the whole system, but also because the giants don't have to trade him the giants, they maybe doesn't want to be traded. Yeah, that, that too, but I think it becomes down to it and there's a ton of ways you could go. But if it comes down to it the fact that Madison Bumgarner track record in the postseason is what it is. And the aggies do have if everybody's healthy a crowded outfield. This is me playing devil's advocate. Clint Frazier is going to be at the top of that list. I don't think the Yankees should trade him. I think that this guy should should be there. I think he's gonna chore and things are gonna be a star wherever he is going to be your fourth outfielder next year. If you wanna look into the future assuming they bred gardeners done here. Sure. But I don't know if you can even assume that. Yeah. And I just I think with, with Stanton, the D H, even though he's been terrible. Clint Frazier in the outfield. The two of those guys can split time at D H. I just think that they he will play Clint Frazier will play in. It's really, it's really to be frustrating for. I think Yankee pens. I know it's frustrating for me as a baseball fan because I wanna see the guy playing are the injuries that judges Sino suffering the last two years. He's been missed more time than he's played. I made some believable. Yeah. It really is. And he is such a great baseball part. I wanna see imply I know I think about the end of last year combined now at the beginning of this year, he's been out on long time. It's frustrating. That, that one is really frustrating because he is he truly is. A great great baseball player and a great Representative of any team that he's playing for. He's not out there playing manage just like it's frustrating. Yeah. And you just hope that he comes back, and he's just, he's healthy from now to the, the end of their postseason run. Because at this point is questions about that right now. I know he got hit with a pitch and that that's different than the oblique thing. But when you miss this much time you start to get labels on. You can you trust him to be healthy when we need you the most. And so far is injuries of timed out, where he hasn't missed post-season games. Right. However, you know that's going to be in the back of people's minds. Now with these back toback big injuries. Keep playing the way they're playing. They may not make the postseason this is, you know, they're kind of limping to the all-star break while stole. I mean we got a couple you have about. I think it's probably about eighteen or nineteen games left. Yeah. Snow. I mean that they're starting. They're limping out. It's not a good thing. They have they have lost two series and row split with the Mets. And now lost the first game in Chicago. Let's not forget. Ain't that they should not have lost. Let's not forget, what's coming up. You got after this White Sox series. You got seven games three to raise four against the Astros. And then Toronto to then Boston to the Mets, too. And then you finish with the, the race at the raise before the all-star break eight to mooning show with Boomer Esiason and Gregg giannotti boomer and geo. Twenty five on the fan coming from the banks to do here in four some cash on a great CBS sports network will be tell by our high school football game tonight, seven o'clock. You know, we're fighting cystic fibrosis and it's been part of my life for over thirty years now, because I got involved well before gun was born, and then ultimately diagnosed at the age of two, but I just want to give a, a sent some prayers and a shoutout to any McMahon. So any McMahon is a twenty two year old cystic, fibrosis patients, she's in the hospital, she's gone through to belong transplants. And she is fighting she's what we call a CF warrior in our family are up warriors as well because like our family and like so many other families that have gone before us and are with us in this in this battle against CF. They're fighting the fight every single day. They raise money they make a way they put out there where nece and anti has been somebody for twenty two years, who has been like a poster child, if you will. Much has been maybe doesn't have the platform that we me and gun or have, but nonetheless still are part of our CF community in nine oh that Annie's having a hard time right now. And she's in the hospital Columbia, and I just want to send out our prayers to her family. And I wanna say thank you to any for everything that she is done in the, in the world is cystic fibrosis end for her family that have spent so much time and effort taking care of their daughter. But also not forgetting, what we're all here for and that is to carry on the legacy of the families that have gone before us. So I want to know that we're thinking about her and tonight when we're at at our high school game we're gonna say pray for her before the game and her family, and we wish her nothing but the best and to know that we appreciate everything that she's done for our community. Absolutely. All the best Danny and you know being at your booming celebration being at the events like the empire challenge game. And you get to meet the face to face the members of this community. You know, see boomer size and foundation on shirts. You hear about it. You talk about it. But when you see the people that it's helping, and you see the people that help, and you see the people that are affected changes, absolutely everything. So we hope the best for anti and that's going to be a special moment tonight when you mentioned her with everybody at at Hofstra for the game. I see low is with us now and he's got update. Hello, chris. They're brought to you by carrier. Turn to the experts. Visit carrier dot com slash dealers. You've got the winning call last hour. Here's how the NBA finals ended on warriors radio sport dream Monterey months as at the current boy three it's no good husbands. Look for the rebound tipped away by Leonard. He's got stolen by Ave. Thou- time out while you're don't have a time out. They technical foul and ball to Toronto. And this game is over. Tim ROY warriors radio. Three Leonard free, throws ice date. Raptors one fourteen warriors, one ten I ever NBA championship for the city of Toronto and the first Canadian championship in any of the major sports since the nineteen Ninety-three Bluejays, here's Nick nurse on his team's resign. Never seemed tired to me mentally, they kept wanting the film sessions. It kept wanting to walk through things. They kept wanting to keep learning improving. And I think that was a big key because we had to do that. And that's a championship. Not in game five. Yeah. When he did say they needed to blow their that's true. I guess physical more than the mental side. But yes, they repaid him with another road victory last night in game six collide Leonard no surprise finals MVP. He had twenty two points. And this one comes to Toronto for one season, any reaches the pinnacle of the sport of our Cosa when I was there opening day meeting, but, you know, it was focused on now. And you know, I wanted to make his three year and that's all I did. Let's see where he's headed next time for the warriors. Maybe not the end of their run, but definitely questions to be answered the Kevin Durant injury and his whole situation. Now, Klay Thompson facing a lengthy rehab after tearing his ACL late in the third quarter. Steph curry, though, says this was not the end our DNA in who we are. And, you know, the Kerry today that we have on this team, I wouldn't bet against us, you know, being back on the stage next year and, and going forward similar thoughts. Draymond green not doing. You know, we, we lost this year, clearly wasn't our year, you know, but. Of cooking crumble. Sometimes huge game from him last night, Levin points, nineteen rebounds, thirteen assists. Three steals, two blocks, did have eight turnovers though warriors under Joe lacob on the major injuries suffered in the three day span. Quote the last week has just been a nightmare. And here he was talking about clay before the game speaking with Sports Illustrated, quote, not allowed to say we'll we're going to do. I'll just say I love Klay Thompson. We love Klay Thompson. We find it very difficult to see Klay Thompson in any other uniform. You wonder if the injury impacts that is move forward with them. Man, I don't think so I really don't. I think that they moving into that new arena. The uncertainty with Durant clay being younger being there as a homegrown guy. There is no way. They're gonna let him get away. Or there's no way that they're going to have him finish his career elsewhere. In the shame of this whole thing, too, is, you know, Klay Thompson was in this game was their leading score thirty like he was thirty something explosive totally healthy was taken the game over. I mean, he was I really thought that he was single. Handling going to take this series two seven and they didn't have an opportunity in the fourth quarter to be able to do that. He was also the one guy that when Kevin Durant went down. He had he had raised the level of his game because he was going to get more shots. More opportunities. And, you know, against the rockets he did it against the blazers, he did it. And then he was in the midst of doing it against the Toronto, Raptors and then hers hamstring for game three. All right. And then now he blows his knee out. And you wonder if the hamstring and the knee have any correlation while the way. Awkward. Right. I don't think so. But, but to me, is like whether you thought they were better with Durant without Durant. That's, that's not the point. The point is, is that Thomson had more and he doubted to ramp wasn't gonna be there. And he has shown you to be a great basketball player himself. We kind of forget about that because he kinda got lost in the shuffle one Kevin was out there. And Kevin would take twenty shots and therefore Klay Thompson would go from say twenty shots down to twelve in the fact that the warriors still hadn't opportunity with that Steph curry three to win. The game is, is remarkable, and it was an open. Look a little shaky cross Corp but I mean eat you we hit shots like that, before the raptors gaming an opportunity with turnover led to that possession. And I thought he I thought Steph curry was going to drill it. He didn't and the raptor. When Didi gregorius went down with his Tommy, John surgery. And you watch DD play now. Looks like he's fine seven for fifteen. Coming back, but he looks like the point being defensively looks fine to me couple errors. But no, he held to is he looks fine. Yes. Last night, they had a double play. And the reason I'm bringing this up is because that injury was a terrible injury. When it was announced figured out when you're going to see him next and everybody thought after the all star game. And now he's back before the all star game. And last night, he makes a you know, an easy throw from second base to turn a double play. And he does it side on, I'm like this guy had Tommy, John surgery. So whoever did the Tommy John surgery should have done the killing search for Kevin Durant. He got a I mean he came to New York to the hospital for special surgery. One of the main. Guys, are he does alley? Yeah. The NBA. Foot and ankle guy. Bright. Yes, he does all those achilles injuries. Yeah, I taught Malley headed duty achilles surgery. I did that. And that was me. He didn't. He was on a different path, and his, but I listen to is market for this. If you wanted if you wanna repay these achilles, I could tell you how they'll. Tighten up dome but it in. No. Anyway, as the raptors were celebrating on the court. You had the reports me SPF Josiah, Adrian Woessner Ascii that raptors president of basketball operations messiah, Jerry could be offered a deal from the wizards that would approach ten million dollars per year and delivered him the opportunity for ownership equity. So obviously the wizards looking for him to come over and run their basketball operations. However you Jiri now with the Ada County sheriff's department claiming that he hit a deputy in the face as he was trying to reach the court just after the game last night. There is a brief video floating around that appears to show the moments just after the altercation, but the man in the suit and the video clearly appears to be, Jerry. We'll see if anything comes of that, or if there any further videos that surface in the coming hours and or days. How about Kemba Walker yesterday? Speaking at a youth basketball camp in Charlotte as we look towards now what's going to be a wild couple of weeks and months in the NBA, saying that he would take less for sure to stay with the Hornets writes the guy who is eligible now. For the supermax after being named the all NBA team. So I don't know if it was just the pressure of the cameras there. He's at a youth basketball vent, maybe doesn't want to be talking about it. Yeah. I'm gonna I need the most money possible, but he made it sound like he'd be willing to take less stay with the Hornets. So we'll see what happens with that. The free agency. Get started here in the really do see it from both sides. And if Kemba Walker says, hey, I'll take less because I want to be on a winning team suck up all the cap, and this is great and I like to be here in boy enough to one hundred ninety millions and not by Brady money. You could be the Tom Brady of NBA player not married. A bunch of that is true. But then on the other side of it, you know, you see Kevin Durant, who has an opportunity at a supermax Klay Thompson has got an opportunity, not the supermax because he didn't make the Holland right? That's right. And ask them about that million bucks. That is so okay. So the opportunity for a map for one ninety still. Right. Which is incredible. But and then you see the injuries that they have. And you think when you have an opportunity to every last dollar you take every last dollar if you're the athletes. So he I commend those who look at the roster and say, I want to be on a winner. But I don't blame anybody who is after every last penny. So when are we going to see Charlotte in the finals of the Eastern Conference anytime soon, privately, not tell you haven't was just out here? Breaking down for me. How wide open both conferences are potentially at the moment because of all these moving pieces. And uncertainties, obviously, the west opens up now because the warriors are going to be dealing with injuries. And if y or Anthony Davis end up, you know, with the Lakers and whatnot or the clippers. Yep. Leaving the east and what is Houston going to do talking about, you know moving guide. Everyone everybody except hard and maybe so hold now with the reality of the warriors. Why not bring the same team back? Right. I mean, that's what they were thinking prior to these, these injuries, and Kevin Durant, Neal's date, you're saying, we're not talking about Houston. Oh, why would blow it up now with Avery? It's the Lakers end up stack and their team along with LeBron like if they get if they get AD, if they somehow brought Hawaiian or second guy under a and LeBron. I don't know. I can't believe quiet Leonard's going to leave Toronto. I just can't. Time to do it like, okay came on the championship candy much better than that. Yeah. I mean it depends he and he's a guy you just don't know knowing no clue with the game last night. You know, there was some okay smiled a little bit waved his arms in the air, he wants he didn't get a lot of emotion or excitement directly by Doris Berga on the court about staying. He's gonna celebrate with my teammates worry about. Okay. Great. Koa letter. You just want the NBA championship one of the silver teammates. Okay. Actually, so more exciting to watch the video of Steph curry calling Drake to congratulate him. They had in fact in the bowels of oracle Rena, and he was more like, you know, laughing and joking and congrat- yet, more excitement in the losing position, congratulating Drake than Leonard. Did. I mean di- understand it's different personalities. But man, why is rape comedic, congratulations? Who knows? Maybe he in Currier, boys. I'm not sure. But he didn't do anything. I understand. Didn't he didn't Drake get a tattoo of Kevin Durant, and Steph Curry's jersey, number, I, I guess, all those guys he's to all give Klay my best, you know. And can tell K D I'm pulling form. You know, he really had is wherever he was curry was, like, how'd you get a championship header at he was wearing championship hat wherever it's a lot easier to be gracious in defeat when three in your back pocket? Right. Bad. Let's do a little on the baseball. So the bizarre scene at city field last night as they end the bottom of the eighth the Mets take the field it had been raining. They're up by two. It's a four to game and the Pires talking with the grounds crew. And they're starting to bring the tarp out and looks like there's gonna be a delay, and then Pete Alonzo, looking like, you know, a fat retired softball. He's got his glove stuffed in his Jersey's like waving his arms. He goes over to Micky Calloway's trying to tell the Pires like, no, let's play the rains lightning up. And this was the description from Gary Conan crew chief is calling on them to cover the field. Pete. Lonzo doesn't want to. There's not much he can do about it. He does accomplished a lot as a rookie. But I don't think dissuading the entire from, but in the tarp on the field is going to be his rookie accomplishment share enough about thirty seconds later. Roll the tarp right back up. I guess pizza has accomplished everything as rookie. Let me excluding dissuading, the ground. Screw from having a rain delay in the night. What's he got his tummy? What's uniform glove? Looks like bait route. Hey, go guarantees having fun. But of course little did. They know at Wendy's. Would come on and give up the league gives up two runs in the nights. Yeah, exactly. And then they suspended the game because of the rains. You got a tie game with the cardinals for peace. They'll pick it up. Bottom of the ninth beginning at six ten this evening before the regularly scheduled game earlier on in this one. Jacob degrom -nother solid outing seven innings to runs. No walks eight strikeouts. Ends up with a no decision. Particularly frustrated about the third inning he allowed it was an infield single against the shift for Matt carpenter. And here was to grams description of that after. Zero for St.. You know, I think it would be legal to. Came into the dugout. He threw his glove. Not once but twice. Mickey Callaway asked about the public display of emotion. Let them blow off steam when guys get pissed all the time. I don't blame them, you know, it's tough when you give up a run the baldin leave the infield Mickey always understands. So we'll see what they can do with this resumption of the suspended game. And then engage in two of the series that we Stephen mats, and Daniel Ponsa ponds daily owned. Yes. Yes. Magellan but. You got a picture. Jacob degrom in the dugout like breaking every helmet, lighting the dugout on fire just throwing the late him blow off some steam his led them be guys. Just let them be he'll be done in a minute. Don't worry about it that you're bad on fire. It's okay, we'll get you. We'll get you. That's in the budget. Don't worry about it. Michael Conforto at a two run Homer in this one. So the Mets are what up to now. Seventeen straight games at home with home run, which is a franchise record. So at least the offense a little bit, but not enough runs in not the, the bullpen work from. I should've. Correct. And maybe they'll win tonight. It still maybe it would be nice. First pitch homerun walk off and call it a day. Go three seven ten start as previously scheduled for worthy in the Mets lineup tonight. You know, I believe I believe Wilson Ramos is leading off his wife won't show another sign about how she's pregnant minutes before he's supposed to step in the box mazing confidence. Spoke is not as confidence, but his focus, we're pregnant, you'll have what their third child. Yeah. As he's in the on-deck circle, and then he strikes out. He was either thinking one of two things, like, wow. This is great. Right. It was one of those two things either way tough to be focused on hitting, you know, mid-nineties fastballs. When you get that news delivered to you moments before, as far as the Yankees, go were out in Chicago built an early four nothing lead against the White Sox. Jay said, yeah, no one, one swung on long drive to left, centerfield Hicks back, looking and cheese. Over the left soon, appeal three run home run board, Tim Anderson and just like that the game is tied at all. Gore on the fan. Go back a second just to go back, because it's Todd Frazier is kind of have that type Frazier's promises on deck on deck. So there you go. Perfect. Can come back with the sign everything will be right. So maybe. Yeah. Frazier just hit one out. And then almost won't have to come to the play. That's what you need. He says she was signed. You're not. Jerry springer. Wow. Okay. So have doesn't protect the four nothing lead. He gives up four in the fifth there, including the game time home run for Anderson and then later, on adamant of vino served up the go ahead solo Homer, Delury Garcia was a five four White Sox victory. That was a long battle between auto vino and Garcia ending on a three two slider and go see Takata vino de kind of battled command a little bit for most of the night. But I was I think he just lost the strike zone their little bit. And that's worth in great on my previous letters who's kind of hanging on them. So I wasn't. I didn't have a ton of fear in the moment. Honestly, but he did a good job. I threw right down the middle. And, you know, he, he crush it that was out of, you know, talking about the home run. He served up as for hap-. He got into some trouble in the fourth couple of walks. He worked out of a basis, loaded Jim you figure okay. He gets passed that hiccup. And he comes out in the fifth issues a leadoff walk and that ended up before running kinda battled command a little bit for most of the night. But I was able to kind of get through it. You know, and I, I think the leadoff Lauck was the big thing seems to be the case Yanks have lost seven out of ten game of the series of about the against the red hot Lucas g Lido have pre game coverage here on the fan beginning at six thirty quickly round one of the US open from yesterday at Pebble Beach. Justin Rose, six under sixty five. He's got a one shot lead of Rickie Fowler into Shafi loose Hazen, and Aaron wise, ROY McCoy's three behind Brooks kept got little erotic both on the T and on the greens yesterday. But he's still at two hundred par four back Tiger Woods, a one under seventy by the way. What's going on with Ricky Fowler? Why look he's a young kid. He's in good shape. Very stylish with what he wears got this. Like we're very hair thin-looking greasy mullet that. I don't quite I mean, has a girlfriend or a wife that I'm sure, I guess finds him attractive, but I don't know just with the hat on the back. It looks like a bad hair. That's all. See a lot older than he is played well. Yeah. And if the if the course if there's no wind and, and no, no drying out of that golfer, they're going to continue to the shoot Garmin scores and Justin Rose. Great yesterday. His putting was awesome. And Brooks kept go. He'll he'll get back into this thing he started hot. And then he back nine little bit probably with fallow as he gets off to these hot starts then in majors. And you'd think he's finally going to break through and then he fades on the week grades the look on TV. Course Johnson, the background Geos both. No, no, no, no way. It looks like we're gonna hair hat feller. Thank fold guys. We're. Yeah. Like like a Halloween costume hair hat. Twenties is a pro golfers making a ton of money. Like can we can we snip the back there a little bit? I did up tightened it up. Man. We're not bringing the mullet back. Are we going to be down with that? I get I get it. In what year did is twelve year old come on. Come on. Let's not bring the I know I understand fashions or cyclic cyclical cycle. They come back the mullet can just stay behind your hair cut Chia pet fade. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. No. What? What would you like to call it Bouma once called a Chia pet? What do you got? I don't know like fuzzball, fuzzball. Give you the fuzzball. That's more about just I don't know. Maybe it's an update thing because you enjoy kind of like similar. Yeah. Not, not even close. By the way, the chair, you're sitting in Chris carlin's weird. The paper machete thing happened in that chain, this chair, he slid over from his normal. No, they moved the chair over and I appreciate making sure that I didn't have to sit in that chair. We're big old, Chris hairy sweaty Christmas, who's all lathered up. And they put the paper Shaon them and then they were ripping hairs out of his party Maury over. With Kelly Clarkson, and this is the way that they started. Yeah. Livestream. I'm will cast or whatever the streets watch CNBC. Yes. That's, that's how they that's how they kicked it off. That's right. So you could see the video it's up there on Twitter. Carlin just put it out. And it's just what are they gonna do with this cast of his tummy? They're going to turn into a vehicle to eat guacamole out of. I'm not kidding at the big welcome Oli. Yes. Yes, a lot of chips. Walk does. Like it's like it's hair in it. I'm not because he was like go get it go get it for you. Not think it is. Think it is not wanna see that. I obviously realized now that I play with a lot of boyer's baseball. Softball players. Facing just wait. Did. He just guys like creepy. None of no ways that make us voyeurs. What do people who go whale watching, or they voyeurs or just happy to see the way John? Yeah, I know. But I mean it just all right. For example, I was fishing. I saw a whale jump out of the water. That's my I was just happened to be in the place where the whale was it? So you played softball yesterday in a whale showed up. Exactly. I didn't I was looking for the whale wailing spinning wheels in queens. But then when the whale was hair, look, there's the whale everybody else, we've got a really lot of twisted people that the whale is, you know, jumping out of the water look at me, bitches. That's exactly the roster. So you got a point you look in the mirror. I had to work. You didn't shop yesterday. How to wear button, it up over this in, if I were working here, five days a week. I heard your stuff Eddie told me that he threw a ball over the almost. I got his back on that when it hit the mud, it's that you have is back on their own end. From my throat, I got us back. A love more sent. I'm saying he's listened on that particular one that wasn't a bad throw it slipped. Because it was money. That's all. Though, we, we had some of the best place we've ever had an assault game on defense. Yesterday, I would agree with that mass alone, made a couple of really great place and Ricky Ricky gray play when mass loan didn't decided not to move from George running like fifty oars, Ricky at his kids there. So he wanted to show off without a doubt. So I look forward to being relegated outfield duty the next time I show is that what you say? We'll see what happens to mooning show with Boomer Esiason in Gregg giannotti, boomer and geo. Live investors Bank studio. Brumer GAO on the fan across the country and CBS sports network, crystal press in for Jerry today in a big problem with, with Fowler's. Mullet said it was just disgusting and started a conversation about it. Well ceelo's going to have to eat some crow now because rookie Fowler is growing that mullet for charity children. Yes, that's right. It is. So him and Jason Duffner have adopted. Mullet mate to new idea? Him. Jason doctor having they decided to adopt this mullet made a raise awareness for their respective. Foundations Fowler's is a leukemia foundation to his close friendship with Jared Lyles hopefully seal feels like crap. Right, right. Yeah. He should and charity. I think. Yeah. You know, I've heard that about him. I didn't want to. I didn't want to question that because I was like I can't be true. But now with this mullet may thing it's evident that ceelo's got an axe to grind against charities when he comes in here. A little bit later on beat them down. Yeah, let's do that. Yeah. Let's do that make them feel terrible about him. So I think that's probably the route, we're going to go is going to go. He's probably feeling about itself now out in the newsroom, and then when he comes in here, it's gonna get even worse. I think, you know, the more he does what he does the more he becomes, like, Jerry. Oh, without a doubt. Listen, I worked with a guy who is an update anchor in Pittsburgh on a morning show, who is Jerry is him in training, like he it's this you get to a certain age the negativity anger the cynicism the pent up frustration that they have, and this, this guy that I worked with was about your age. So he has, you know, about Tim show what what's wrong with that? You set at though. H. I like there's something wrong with my age. No, no. That's you being way too defensive insensitive about set it. It's not not that didn't mean anything by that. You took it a certain way. I want to say your age and I was finishing the sentence. Meaning that, you know, Jerry's got about ten more years because before. To to well, he's won't catch up to you because you'll keep getting older. But, but yes, so he yeah. I mean, it's, it's a certain attitude in approach that just little beings on the pimple of the ass of the universe. I wish you knew this guy because then you could see the progression you got ceelo, you know in his thirties, you got Jerry in his forties. And you got this guy that I knew in his fifties, and it's just it's like that, you know, that chart, the, the evolution chart, we start in the, you know, the, the, the upright walking, and you get like homo habits sort of bento heavily. Right. You get that it's sort of what it is. And you get to every they all end up the same all the way to the homo sapiens, all way to the homo sapiens. Does your friend admit that he's miserable, Jerry? Jerry has an admitted it yet. No, there's, there's some similarities there like he knows when he's in that mood. But he thinks overall he's constantly defending himself. No. I'm not miserable. No this. No. That I've seen him just Chuck stuff at the wall, like they would. Was new TV's? They put in there and he just picked up his headphones one day and turned around through the TV broke on the first day. And then then defend him. So I'm not angry. Don't lash out. Neil update people aren't going right? He's thrown something. But that's what life is. And you start to see like ceelo started stamp a little bit too before. Like with that whole, if I was here, five days a week, then I'd be able to write. I mean yeah I could see how he's on the pet misery. Yeah. But then, again you just gotta remember. He's, they just had a second kid. That's right. And you know how many kids Jerry have to that's. Maybe I'm an insensitive prick, okay, fine. Right. So the point the point is I well, you'll find out, you'll have another one sooner or later. But when, when you do it's like now you got a real you, you realize to mouth to feed. I gotta take care. Two more kids. Yeah. No, two more people. Shut up. And that makes you that makes you more upset that they would bring me, joy it brings joy in your life. But there's also the reality of responsibility. Sure. But I mean these are the choices that you made. Right. Those are some cases. Yes. I'm just saying it's, it's he's under a lot of pressure right now. He's probably ceelo not getting a lot of sleep. Right. Right. So he's taking shots at everybody. Everybody doing charity now. He's shot. Right. We'll take shot to charities. It's gotten that bad for him where he's now trying to sell last night, because mass alone played shortstop so flawlessly. Yet, it's tough that ceelo's position it is tough. And by the way, is oh, just made me forget about outdo- cts third base. Yeah. He didn't get a lot opportunities. Throw the ball. That's the one thing I was waiting to see if he had I wanted to see the cannon from third, but he made every play, you need a nice over the shoulder. Catch as well. Yeah. Absolutely. He may be playing the best softball of his life right now. Pretty good. And for our back to back victories couldn't really been better. You know, to be honest with you. We got off to a rough start Hebrew home first inning. And then settle down played a long time and settled down. And we are we are rolling right now. And I really thought we were in for it when I took. A little those NYPD all stars. I feel for it last night, and I thought we were gonna get a beatdown but, but no. We ended up wins care business took care business. Let's go to Tony and handle it. What's going on in Tony? Don't you? I kinda great idea for so full team. Yeah. Take Collins body casts. Yeah. And use that as boomers Cup. Yeah. Made a funny. Okay. That was such a big guy. And then you and everything we're talking about before. I don't know why I mean, you should be embracing this every day, embracing it. But I am it's a little garrisoning. Oh, it's not stop it. That is a great idea wanted to go. Get it for you. You don't all the years that I've been here. I have never spent the amount of time that we have spent this morning talking about a piece of my body. Well, it was on display last night. Bring it up. I have worn that uniform now for two straight years, nobody's ever said anything. Well, last night, it was different something change last night. I don't know what it was. I don't know if it was those shorts that you put on or whatever. But hey you gotta remember it was the announcer, and the empire called up. You know, we didn't even bring this up. I would've let it go, but those are the guys got distracted freakazoids looking at me in picking about this the whole game. Yeah. I mean, they just didn't like it because I was trash talking all of them. Empire the empire called Vicky out on strikes. And by the way, he didn't say strike, too. He said, hi, me. The pitch was hide her. And then the next thing I know strike three and she she goes down without even swinging the bat when he does that thing. He was doing that thing for strike toys, like he he didn't do that. He said, hi no-no high. Do the strike. Like, say. That's what he did. I'm like e called Vicky out in a softball. I know I was pretty silly embarrassing. Yeah. But you know what Vicky was like legitimately upset about this after the game like come on. It's all right. Doesn't matter. You realize it doesn't matter. I don't I don't strike out looking. I don't strike. How looking I swing? The bat on my okay? We're just relax. Jeez. Jesus, you've got everybody wound tight, like a snare drum. That's what we gotta have. We gotta have some gotta have tightness. We gotta have some snare drum and well, we've got plenty we got plenty of it, it's resulting in wins. So the boys, everybody reacts accordingly. Sure that doubt listen. We a couple of wins eleven six right? Eleven five. Whatever it was that a couple of really. Nice winds. Randy move ten feet and actually made a call catch. Yes. Your, your nephews on the rotund side, but he moved quickly in riskly, my nephew's like a New York City, fire hydrant. Would've face. He's but he's the man. Yes. All right. It is boomer and geo on the fancy Bs sports network. By the way. Did you see what Shawn Jefferson the wide receiver, coach of the New York Jets happen to say about Sam darnold yesterday? Yes, I date, and we'll save that coming up next eights the morning show with boomer Assias in Gregg giannotti, boomer and geo. It is Warren GO on the fan across the country on CBS sports network. You know, generally people rally around charities, and want to get the word out Kris property, not one of those guys for some reason, as crushing brigade. Fowler's mullet nee trying to raise money and awareness for a charity. You just crapped all over it. Parents have yet so nice they are very lovely people. Lovely lovely people. The fact that they raised the guy who. Sti- charities amazing to me. You are not a chip off the old block happens. You make a little survey shin. You think it's just. All right. You know, noticing something throw it out there. We'll talk about on the show right back in my face. Yeah. You need to put that in your own mail. See that. You're now Chris loprestie update anchor anti chair charity hater. Charity. Good job out, Ricky, then, and Jason Duffner apparently as well. On the road to ruin as we basically talk about the update people at how miserable, they tend to be miserable, will you're just started. Dipping your toe. Oh, jerry. Yes. Different you just wouldn't. I didn't even know that you guys were pregnant having a second, baby. So congratulations that. And, you know, maybe that has something to do with maybe not getting sleep or anything. I'm not. But I'm good. I'm working radio use, and not getting a loss leader. That's right. Then they're right by the way you mentioned seeing my parents the other night. I'm gonna embarrassed out my mother on the air. Yes, he said. Hello. You gave her a little peck on the cheek yet. Right. And she said can't wash my face now. Oh, there you go. Oh, wow. Me last night. No kidding. Q gardens. By the way, I didn't know exactly what we're talking about inside source. Hey inside. So we're texted me, a picture. And I showed it to you. Now you have a little bit more of an understanding laughing at it. I could take it stand. Why talking point I get it? I totally get it, by the way, did you see what Shawn Jefferson did say about sorry, we almost blew the go ahead? So, so Shawn Jefferson wide receiver coach of the jets who is obviously a former player himself just came out and just couldn't stop. Dropping all these F bombs about how great my friends saw the stuff and they're, they're excited. They're jacked up, and I think everybody sees the potential in this young man. And I think he's a good kid and he's got a little bit at linebacker mentality from his school. And hopefully he's gonna live up to it because that's basically the whole thing is, is on his shoulder. I love when these jets assistant coaches get a chance to talk at Jovita. Yesterday was the first time right to get to. This is going to be great Jeffers, this guy. Greg was holding court yesterday. We haven't have we haven't had a chance to get to because there's so much else going on. But yeah, he was Greg Williams was interesting. Not on hard knocks. Right. Well, we got a good one with the raiders true. You'd think about the like to add some of the atom geese hires and some of the Adam gates like that, that offensive line coach down to Miami. He surrounds himself of wackos. I didn't even realize Jovic, his, his father-in-law. Yep. That's right. Yeah. We did talk about that way. I thought the whole thing is crazy. No is that they went from a group of guys that seem like they were all on x two on. Total opposites. Yeah. You're absolutely right. And as Joe Douglas has been starting to try and fill out the eagles have been little little stingiest forest who he can bring over. Probably, they should probably go after Phil savage, who they should go after I love that guy. Thank him on all the time on the network, because he called the Alabama games senior bowl. Yup. That guy. No so much football. And he's got so many connections, his on the one he's, he's like Todd mcshay, so they have connections everywhere. He's, he's locked in frigging guy. And he's a great guy and he was with Baltimore. So they obviously had a lot of success there and everything else. So I would think he would he would be the perfect guy for the jets, I think, but then again, you know, most what happens, did you see the latest on mcshea with the jet rumors so Douglas at his press conference the other day, or after the fact and speaking with reporters kind of mentioned, he's a friend, you know, we've had some talks, but we're going to kind of cast a wide net. So I think reading between the lines it was well really not going to happen share enough yesterday. Chris Mortensen 's you know, Todd mcshay decided to take his name out of consideration remain ESPN. So he got out and his face, whatever I'm finding everybody's name gets thrown around a million different ways who cares any other charities. I wanna crush before we get the. Anytime I wanna criticize someone now for their appearance doing. Do a little little background. Search for sure. All right. Go ahead. All right. Brought to you by the raycatena auto group, schedule an appointment today at a rate Katina service center for first class service at affordable prices, and indeed, the raptors pull it off. They win all three games on the road of the NBA finals, and they eliminate the warriors in game six at oracle arena. Red Cross center for the rafters chance for Trump to grab the league. Three bowl. Open thought kits north side, triple for Fred vanfleet, as party of rock for late now. That's rectors radio, if you're wondering about the underneath very yes. Yeah. Simple explanation to that. There was an issue with the recording of the raptors broadcast last night in the building here. So that was from the piece that was put together for Steve Somers after the game chat breast. That was the only version of play. I could get so yes, it had the Jurassic Park music underneath it. So that, that was not me trying to be clever. That's just the only thing I could find team ranks more link K ranks, as Coalisland or. Lanes, the ramp, they're out of the prehistoric ages Hinton the president. I'm sure that, that open. I did see that headline somewhere prehistoric history. Yeah, right. Beyond wasn't on one of the your papers somewhere somewhere. I'm done there you go through on a sun. Nice job by them. One fourteen one ten and the warriors did have a shot down by one in the final seconds. Steph curry, no good on a three ball and then collide Leonard three free throws at the charity stripe to close it out. He had twenty two. He named finals MVP. He joins LeBron James and cream Abdul Jabbar. The only players to win it with two different teams. Fred vanfleet big key to this game. You heard the three ball there. He had twenty two off the bench, including five threes, which is new to make myself happy. And I have to trust myself. And whatever, what does it matter, what anybody has to say about me talking about just the year of going from San Antonio coming across? But all the drama that went down with the Spurs, and obviously, now, winning an NBA title around kind of protecting himself as Kevin Durant, putting himself out there and then getting reinjured, right? You think he sat Al twenty two games this year? A lot of rest, but he wasn't total of eighty four games this year. He played six sixty regular season twenty four in the postseason did not play last year when a lot of his teammates that the team itself all felt like he should play but he said he did not wanna play want risk further injury. And Kevin Durant could've heated that advice and been standing up right right now as opposed to laying over here in HSS. And there's been some teams some franchises. I never thought I'd see win championships over the last year. The Saint Louis blues, the Toronto Raptors the Philadelphia Eagles. Yeah. I mean it's cr-. Raised about parody out there getting an over the top speaking of getting over the hump Kyle Lowry. Obviously, the raptors last few years have been competitive hadn't gotten it done in the postseason. They made the big trade for Colli in the off season sending damore to rose into San Antonio. Sa- lowry. In this game twenty six points tennis. And now in NBA champion world champion. It makes me feel great and to, to, to do it with a group of guys that we did it with is amazing. They really had contributions up and down there lineup as for carry the miss three in the final second says he and the more years, come up short in their quest for the three pieces to feel you know, be on this out of losing in the finals. But. I think a lot has been proven about who we are a team they hung in there taking the series to six games despite the injuries Klay Thompson missing a game earlier in the series that Durant injury. And then last night Thompson late in the third quarter tearing his left ACL the injuries just add up to too much to overcome for Steve injuries are always part of. The, the NBA season. Any professional sport injuries plan. Hugh troll wonder what might have been had. They've been at full strength but Toronto gets the championship the first ever for them in franchise history. And as they're celebrating on the court yet. The report from ESPN's Adrian was, to you, that they're president of basketball operations beside. Jerry is getting some interest from the wizards who are prepared to offer him a deal that would approach ten million dollars per year to take over their basketball operations, there would be some ownership equity, apparently involved there as well. And then we had this video that surface through the night of Jerry, apparently getting involved with a deputy sheriff from the Alameda County sheriff's department in Oakland who was working the game has baseline here security, so it wasn't just a guy in the crowd. He was in uniform working the game and Jiri, look what he was going from the crowd to the court celebrate with the team. So it's just a guest. But I'm assuming that, you know, eaten have the proper credentials, this share doesn't know who. As why would he? Yeah. And then the conversation started that's on the general manager. Let me on the court and he's saying, no, you're not allowed to go on. And all of a sudden exploded into something. We'll see if any other details come out to the baseball. Now he had this bizarre scene at city field last night with the Mets and the cardinals Mets up four to two in heading into the top half of the night, they were going to put the tarp on and delay the game. And then they decided not to the rain, let up you had Mickey Callaway and pita, Lonzo out there kind of saying, let's play at windy as had to hold off on his warmup pitches. Nine minute delay for them to clear the field and put the quick dry down. Sure enough, he comes on gives up the lead the cardinals tied up, and then they suspended the game tied at four in the bottom of the ninth over zoom later on here was Calloway on top spot for D as he waded through them to sort out that whole mess with the field in the, the weather, still, there's no doubt about ready to come in start getting, and then you have to sit for nine minutes loan safe for him gotta sit for nine. Nine minutes on time seven minutes, it might have been. All right. When went that eight and a half. Mark went pass out. I knew we was in trouble. I mean Jesus stop making excuses for the guy and be like, listen, we traded for you because we thought you're going to be the best closer in baseball. We took on some horrible contract in order to get you on the team. And you've let us down more than we've expected. How about that? How about that? How about that, bro? Michael Conforto at a two run, Homer, dump Smith and RBI single highlighting, the medoff fence. Jacob degrom seven innings to run ball, no walks eight strikeouts. And frustration for him in the third inning against the infield shift mad carpet, or had an RBI infield single ground comes off the field. He's throwing the glove in the dugout. He was fired up about it afterwards. Of course, Calloway understanding our players coming fight understand his frustration. But he pitched a heck of a game ghetto competitors like like hill. They're going to get frustrated. And while ground was kind of upset about the whole thing afterwards after he had calmed down a little bit while he doesn't like it understands that this is just part of the way the games played. It's. There's guys in the position that do that homework. It said that he went back. I guess either mid mid outing in between innings or afterwards and went looked at the analytics showed that carpenter hadn't hit a ground ball to shortstop in, like two years, or something like that, yet they were still shifted against it. So that was one of the runs. He also gave up a solo Homer to Paul young. The fun moment in this one with Wilson romo's. I believe it was in the fourth inning where he's on deck. He's waiting to come take his bat, and all of a sudden his wife comes down with a message here was Steve Geller on SM. Why sharing the story his wife yelich came down with a sign that told him that she was pregnant with their third child? Apparently I spoke with the E. He didn't really register at first, then look back around, because his daughter shouted, dad, you're going to be a father again. We're going to have a third child. He proceeded to strike out looking in that at bat, but who can blame? So maybe not the best strategy on his wife's part backfired a little bit. But exciting for the romo's family. So congratulations to hit a home run. Yes. Of course he's striking looking quite hurt afterwards. Right here on swing within the only thing worse. So tied it for bottom nine tied Frazier will be in the box when they resume tonight at six ten and then the regularly scheduled game you'll have Stephen mats and Daniel daily own going for Saint Louis in game two of the series. Yankees had a four nothing lead in Chicago J happened at amount of veto did not help that lead stand up and then the Yankee offense after the fourth inning when quiet out of the way. The way. Bummer ready to do sky. Three ball game over White Sox win. John sterling with the Korean buckets, four was the final Leona score SIA had the big hits in this game. You got the White Sox on the board in the fifth against Jay hap- with an RBI hit. And then later on he had the go ahead, solo Homer oughta vino to give the White Sox, the lead, so hap- serving it up. He'd won five straight decisions. He got out of a basis loaded jam in the fourth inning within a leadoff, walk in the fifth and Tim Anderson ended up tying the game with a three run Homer here was hap- on some of the struggles he had with his command in his control. I feel like I don't walk a lot of guys I feel like when I'm walking him. They're coming around to find a way to score. So I got to find a way to kind of bear down and get through those innings. Same thing that Diaz did last night, you know, and Keith end has pointed it out. You walk that first guy somehow always going to come in trouble that I out gotta get it out. You know, Diaz all over the place to and into what's his name Alina, help them out swinging a bed pitches. Being worse the Idaho. Well, it might be later when they eventually lose to be seen the vino of bat with Garcia a lengthy one. They had quite the dual, they're going back and forth. Here's a Aaron Boone on how it played tip your cap a little bit too gar SIA for being little split. I thought a couple of those pitches, we're actually pretty good that he's able to just just get a piece of extend the that and then out of ITO ended up leaving the slider over the middle on a three to count and Garcia put in the seats in right field for the go ahead, blast Yanks loss. Seven out of ten they'll send see Sobat to the mount tonight opposed by Lucas, g Alito is one of the hottest pitchers in the game comes in with a nine one record to two eight ERA. He's won his last eight decisions. We'll have pre game coverage here on the fan beginning at six thirty Yanks are still in first place over the raised by a half game in the American League as Tampa Bay losing to the angels last night, five to three Shohei Ohtani first Japanese-born player ever hit for the cycle and the Red Sox highlights of that of his cycle. I did not. It was pretty cool. How it happened? It always is. But the single was the last hit he had to get the easiest one at the end. Right. So you got the end it was like perfect. It was perfectly placed in it was. And the triple was ripped down the right. I'm curious about your line was down in the corner. So this trouble right down, the right, right corner. Right. And they're all the ball checked up. I was curious that sometimes you boy, he's struggling running in the singles last one, right? Over the shifts head over now shift said, now let's say, you've got the single left right in the games at a Reja. You hit one in the gap just park it at first. I don't think he would. That's what I was wondering. They're often that it looked like that bowl might be headed in the gap. A little more blue Pat, I could see definitely see you doing well, I'd have to get a triple at some point, you know. You know. I wondered if maybe outfielder dives for a ball and he doesn't make contact and it goes past him. Then technically could be a triple. Sure true. But in your scenario, which you take the big you take you don't bust it out of the box. You make a big turn around. I you know I didn't wanna get thrown out on second last night. It would take six hits get him in take nine for you to get home. I really guys slower than me on the field. That guy guy, right here. Looks kills. Hey, listen all all's fair in this soft ball world. And by the way, more hits than the big fella last night, too. So. Make fun of me. All you want six RBI's. I got it. Obvious reason why can't fast waiting for him to mention let's not talk about you for crying out loud. I mean you know. If there was a vet their last night. I'm gonna put you down. What happened to you last night? Exactly. They take it for Matt. Morton, or Detroit, a mass alone or ceelo. The guys are out there busting their assets, but I don't wanna hear from anybody else. I'm telling you, I s. What happened with any easy plays very high came from. Would you come from jersey, Edison? Right. Yeah ban. What a nightmare. Helen does take you to plus. Yeah. Yeah. Go how long bike eleven twelve mile now. No. It's come forty miles. Took me an hour and a half to go six point two miles. Yeah. What I was. I was caught up in the grind. Yup. Well that's what happens. And then it and then, you know, you have ways which is great. Right. But little maps, everybody else has ways with you, bright. And so you're following cars, and trucks, and everything I was over there in that whole warehouse area to the I want to say, like the east side of the BQ. We got like where else I cuss use go. Not fun. I give it. I was east of the Kosciusko you got through that. I never went over the COSCO's did mcginnis. Okay. Gotcha. Yeah. That's that's. Yeah, that's, that's I mean in down there. Nobody cares where they park where anybody stopped what truck is where it is. And it's empty and something out of picking something up. It's just I'm trying to get my wife on ways and not Google maps use Google maps, and then she uses the Australian accent on the Google maps, and she puts it at, like a ten volume in the car drives me crazy, 'cause she still hasn't learned her bearings from living here, so because she's from Pittsburgh, and she just refuses to learn the roads, so she likes Australian access really Google maps, I'll be in the car with IRS niche John to sunrise highway. I'm like, oh, I want to kill that guy. Make a lift on station. This guy is. Have you ever been quite turn ride on Meteo country food? Why are you screaming at me shirk face, what other options are there? Mathis regulatory Australia deal. Stralia one other other other accents are. Crocodile dundee. Yeah, I don't know. It's a little bit disconcerting to be honest connection. I'm check that out myself just hired no trillion Plummer to come by. I might fix your toilet. Great strange. I thought, hey, what happened to Jason our regular landscaper? What is this? It's just a trim bushes. A little bit of prune in that and I had get lift on station. It's the morning show with Boomer Esiason and Greg nutty, boomer and geo. Live from the investors Bank studio at his former and geo on the pants cross country on CBS sports network spent a lot of the morning talking about Toronto. Raptors went in the championship last night. Play Thompson injury NBA free agency all that out for you at eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six with a couple of NFL notes that felt like we needed to get to the first is that Baker Mayfield. Who's the guy that we both like both enjoy both on and off the field. He had a lot to say about Duke Johnson. The running back was still on the Browns roster demanding trade because they bring in a -nother running back in Kareem hunt, drafting guys like Nick, Chubb the year before he doesn't have a contract that he's happy. With says, listen, you know, you don't want me here, you go ahead and trade me and Baker Mayfield. Comes out and criticizes. I'm like, hey, we're on this train year on it or off it. It's a self inflicted. Problem or something like that. He's saying about do Johnson, and I remember at the time, you know, you saying, hey, you're messing with another man's career. You're still a young guy. You know that's not going to sit well with at least Duke Johnson. Well, it didn't sit well with a lot of veteran players because reportedly is according to NFL dot com. Multiple players confronted Mayfield Browns players after his comets comments were made on June fourth and voice, their displeasure and tried to explain to him. Why that's something that you don't do so Baker Mayfield? The leader that he is still has a lot to learn about this NFL business in a grown man's business, where your career how you provide for your family, all of those things, you know, a guy like Duke Johnson, you know, his career is not going to be a very long career and he's got to get the most out of it. And when Baker mayfield's making comments about that veterans are going to say, hey, kid. This is not the way you go about it. Yeah. When the when the Browns going draft another quarterback or bring in maybe a free agent quarterback to battle with. Him or whatever three or four five years from now know he'll, he'll know exactly how to Johnson feels remember the Browns signed Kareem hunt. Yep. And they also have Nick chub and, you know, do Johnson doesn't see much playing time form or for himself. Maybe he may get it. Only on the season because the suspension of Kareem hunt putt drafted another running. Exactly. So, I think eventually what's going to happen here is I believe that nobody everybody knows that he's disgruntled nobody really needs to give up a draft choice for a running back. He might end up getting, you know, released and then he'll be able to pick and choose where he wants to go. But you're right. I mean bigger Mayfield is just got to play quarterback, and he's great. He's got a great personality. We love him to death but just be careful what he's saying. And sometimes, you know, you wanna sound like, you know, the ok corral, and you want to just, you know, let your feelings out there, but you gotta remember the collateral damage that comes along with it. That's why you know that team is going to be really interesting because of all the person. And the and the inexperienced head coach. You know that, that is going to be like a like a study just in the psychiatry of football. Sure. Yeah. Absolutely. I mean, you got all the personalities. You've got a lot of confidence there, a lot of guys would opinions a guy in Freddie kitchens, who has been an offensive coordinator. But never head coach at this high of a level. I mean, it's it is so much going on what you know what I love about what's happening in the NFL, especially in the AFC, which where we predominantly CBS do our telecast, when you think about the AFC coming into this year. Okay. The patriots are always a story. They're going to be a story as long as Bella check and Brady there. They will be the number one story. But when you start looking around the league, and you see Josh Allen in buffalo, Sam darnold here. Josh Rosen down Miami Baker Mayfield in Cleveland, Jon Gruden Antonio Brown out there in Oakland, the Pittsburgh Steelers situation, the young coach now Zac Taylor down in Cincinnati. There are. A number of amazing Brian Flores down to Miami for that matter. There are a number of mazing stories of for all these AFC teams. I mean there's been a lot of changes here. You know the culture going to be thought of as one of the favorites, and they should be and the colts have the most money left underneath the salary cap. Yeah. They're building a right. That's for sure. And then you have what's going on down in Houston, with the firing of the general manager yet, a new, general manager edit here with the jets with the new coaching staff. I mean, this is like the off season for the NFL in particular, I believe the AFC has been crazy. Yeah. Been a while when you take stock of it, I was just going through all the notes from last year now leading into this year. And how many changes there are, and how many great stories are in the AFC? It's crazy. I think the NFL I think the NFC is loaded with a lot of really good team. Sure, I think the AFC is a team conference like you're looking okay. It's going to be the chargers is going to be the colts is going to be the patriots. Gonna be the Browns. How steel is going to react now without levian bell? And. Antonio brown. What about Adam gays here, New York? It's just crazy. It is. And speaking of the AFC, one of those iconic AFC brands in the news for not a great reason, of course, as Pat bolan longtime Broncos owner dies yesterday last night, at age seventy-five Alzheimer's disease, and he was a guy who was a Huma. Some owners are in a big part of the winning this guy, according to everybody around him was the reason that he set the championship tone. He's he was going to be inducted into the pro football hall of fame and still will be posthumously this summer. This guy had so much success and very, very sad news. Seventy five years old for Pat bolan passing away. Take it from me, as a broadcaster when you go around and you deal with these teams in their PR staffs and stuff. That is a reflection of the owner. However, the owners running that team is how the PR staff works with US caster. And I have to tell you the Broncos undercut bone when he was in charge, and he was running the operation. It was one of the best run organizations and all of it really was. And he's going to be throw he missed. And I know that I'm sure out there in Denver, you know, they're, they're feeling the effects of this whole thing. They knew eventually it was going to happen because he was dealing with Alzheimer's, but this is a sad day out in Denver one team. I did forget about the other great story in the AFC. My man Patrick Mahomes, now, forget about Patrick Mahomes, chief hits your Patrick Mahomes quota about two months ago talking about him. So I mean listen, it's, it's the plenty of people are going to be talking about Patrick Mahomes, that team is going to be different though. Hell of a lot different. It will be now the question is what's going to happen with Tyree kill then that's a whole nother story because there have been no chargers right now. There is no investigation going on. But remember, the NFL does not need a Kilty plea or somebody to be found. Guilty in the quarter, law or anything else. They're doing their investigations. I know that the I guess the family services out there in Kansas City is doing their investigations. And that thing is still far from over. There is not an a real answer as to what's going on with tyreek hill. But right now, he still is removed from the Kansas City Chiefs by the chiefs, not by the NFL but by chiefs. Right. So that's a story to follow the rest of the summer into training camp in beyond go to Alan par Sipa knee. What's up, Al? Good morning. Good morning guys. How are you? Now. We got today guy so you to die hard knick fan Nick stand plenty of knick fans. Obviously, what is it say injury risks, aside, that superstar players are willingly to the nets over the Knicks? Is this the final nail in mixed coffin after thirty years of horrible basketball, and, you know, guys willingly picking the nets over the Knicks? The nets aren't a player away. They're not as fifty five. Team. They're not an elite contender. Kyrie Irving is gonna keep them pretty much in the same situation. I don't know about that. He's gonna it's gonna make them better. Listen kyri. I think I gets a bad rap man. Okay. I mean, this guy's better than people say kyri, what's that? They get through the first round with kyri then I wanna, you know, they're not going to be significantly better. Remember gainesville? Russell's going to be better. Karen, verts not going to be hurt for most of the year. I mean listen, I, I don't like the nets. I don't want them to be any good. I'm just being fair that, if they add Kyrie Irving, they're going to be more of a force than they were last year. You're I think by a significant margin what did it say about the Knicks? Oh in my face. What else can be said about the Knicks the Knicks have been as bad as you could possibly be a sports franchise in any sport. So, yeah, let's Durant was healthy and Kyrie in Durant chose the nets over the Knicks and paired up there. You know prior to this achilles injury. That would have crushed me. I'll be completely honest. But now since I didn't want kyri to join the Knicks by himself, and I don't want Durant anymore off the achilles injury. It doesn't sting as much quite frankly, it really doesn't. But, you know, if kyri and Kevin Durant, thanks could call. But if we and Kevin Durant had joined healthy together in Brooklyn over the Knicks at that point, I would have been completely disgusted on all this stuff. Remember all this stuff is still conjecture. This is all hypothetical stuff and speculation and all that. And some of the stuff is right? Some of it's wrong. I mean they're still going to be quite Leonard out there. There's Kemba Walker still out there. I mean is we haven't gotten to that. Yet. Same thing in the NHL. You know, I mean we have to wait to all this thing starts, and then we'll see where everybody lands. But at the moment right now where my teams are the Knicks and the Rangers, I like where they are. I like what they're doing. I like the fact that the Knicks have to max, lots I like the fact that they have a bunch of young players. I like the fact that they're going to get the third overall pick. Same thing for the Rangers. I like the fact they're bringing all of these young players all these prospects. I mean we've never had this many prospects for as long as I've been ranger fan. Never. Yeah. I mean they're, they're coming out the coming out the woodwork man that we got defenseman. We wingers got centers. We got a number twelve old draft pick, whoever that's going to be, it's crazy. We had goaltenders coming from Russia. It's not. Yeah. And if and then the pending on how each one of these teams does and free agency. There's no telling what next year is going to be like, I know one thing, I don't know about the. Because the Knicks you know, it's a little bit harder in the NBA, and it's all about the, the max players and a really great players. But in the NHL if you could just get the right guys and get the right mix. And you got some speed and some skill and some grit, man, you can go, you could change it around and just look what the islanders did. They want from one of the worst defensive teams that hockey ever seen to the best defensive team because of a coaching change. And because of some key acquisitions by the general manager and general manager that they added. So the Rangers J D, you know, we've been in the midst of this rebuild. Everything looks great the Knicks, and I give Steve mills a lot of credit. Finally, he is not the second fiddle. Finally, he's not the mouthpiece for somebody else. That's been hard above him. He is the guy and he's doing it the right way. I think. Yeah, I would love to be in a room with Steve mills. Scott Perry, and the Knicks brass to decide how they're going to pivot off of his Kevin Durant thing if they are. I mean 'cause that there's so many different. Lhasa fees in ways to go. And I think that they got themselves really excited about this. I got excited. We're not the ones making decision. I know that. But I don't know if they're going to go with Durant use whatever you whatever you do, do not trade half the roster and the draft picks for Anthony Davis. Please do not do that. I am praying to God that they don't do that. What deal would you accept for Anthony Davis is there one that you would accept like if they traded the two Mavericks picks? Now I want RJ Barrett. And Kevin ox here, can we just keep our guys? Give him Frank. Neale aquinas. Not going to get it done. Really? Honestly. I just I'm sick and tired of having to pay for somebody else's development players. I wanted the veldt my own players. Yeah. I kind of like I know that they, they were the worst team in a league last year. But the one thing you have to say they for the for the far majority of the year, they played with passion. They played hard. They're just kids. You know, and they're running around all the place. And you know, I wanna see Mitchell Robinson develop into our Draymond green. I don't think he's going to be that good. But I'd like to see a second round draft pick turn out and become an all star. Yeah. I, I don't think Kevin Knox had a disappointing year last year. Mitchell Robinson was great. Frank ntilikina, a bust RJ barracks. Got he's got to be superstar. He's got about sooner stuff junior. Yeah, I mean him coming over his is a positive for sure. But I mean there's Thome their missing son. I know they are, but I just also feel like I, I just don't wanna go down that wrong road again. Yeah, I know. And there's sick of that. There's a lot wrong roads, head of them right now signing Kevin Durant off this injuries. But one wrong road, the problem with the Antes is their pitching staff. They're starting pitching staff is, is not living up to their contracts. I'm sorry. They're just not. But everything else that Brian Cashman is done for the other guys in the field. And the he's been spot on. He's been spot on all of these guys have performed at one point or another. And that's one of the reasons why they are where they are now they've lost seven their last ten and they better win today but they're starting pitching but a little bit suspect. So the question is now for him. How crazy does he get? And does he feel like he has to add like a Madison Bumgarner and it's going to cost them? Clint frazier. Yeah. We're gonna be talking about that from now until July thirty first, that's for sure. Mooning show with Boomer Esiason in Gregg giannotti, boomerang, GO. Giddings g on the pants sports network. It's just crazy to think about these two guys Durant Thompson head into free agency, like this all these new massive injuries. I mean not. So when you think about Thompson, and Durant, if they go to another team, other than the warriors, the most that they can sign for four years, or for one forty four four one four that's it. Now, if they stay with Golden State, assuming that. Durant ops out, then, then Golden State can give him and clay spoke, five years, max contra two to twenty two hundred twenty one million. Yeah. And they're putting a new building next year. But then, again, Kevin Durant may come back for them next year. But I, I don't know how he could I think he has to sit out a year. Yeah. I mean, they going to hand out to supermax contracts guys, tourney C, L and a ruptured achilles. And if you're the Knicks or the nets or anybody else interested in Kevin Durant, the, the Lakers, the clippers or whoever. Yeah. You were centrally signing him to a four year max contract, that he's going to basically red shirt, the first year that contract that you're gonna give him three years. One forty. That's what you're giving three years for a hundred and forty million dollars. Because that fourth year is nothing because it's the first year where he can't play. So it's amazing and Evan just like his head near we're asking. And he thinks that, you know that everybody that was interested in Kevin is still all say. I mean that's everywhere. I mean, I the Knicks really shouldn't do it makes more sense, for the nets have kyri goes there. And then they could still be really good. And then Durant comes the year after that are your Kevin Durant. And you're sitting in that, that hospital room and the warriors feel awful about this. Yeah. And if there were team that oh you anything, if you feel like somebody them something, it's the warriors. They come them. So look, man, we'll give you thirty one million this year, and then we'll give you the five max contract next year, would you? If you're him, don't you just say, okay, I'll do like six for two fifty. Yes, exactly. What would you say that for I mean that, that would be the thing that I would do if I were him? I don't know what you're saying that wouldn't be smart for them. What is now the warriors would have to give supermax both clay and will not supermax for 'cause we just talked about that, he's not a super max. Right. But he'll watch for. One ninety thirty million dollar different. They could still give him five can't they I was just because we were talking earlier about Kemba Walker said he would take less stay with the Hornets. I was reading it in his yet. You take you get the extra year if you stay with your original, right? Let's see. Man, I'll have you not been named all NBA, right? Five for one ninety five thirty thirty million dollar difference. And he blows his in the out. It's incredible. I mean so the warriors could end up keeping both to them and paying any normal tax. Yep. That's and they're gonna get old fast, then at that point, getting any second by second. This is a this is like, so fascinating. League is fast in particular, because who they're playing for what glaze staying teams that would I mean? Heartbe with Klay Thompson. We'll be back probably within seven to eight months without listened. Clean ACO is nothing aimed. More he's going to go back to the warriors, and he'll be fine. But it's Durant. That's really the x factor here. But both of them really Claes going to go back to the warriors. He's fine. He's not the owner basically told you that before the game he's not he's not leaving. So he's going to get a five year. What one hundred ninety. Yeah, he may think they give them one ninety, I guess they have to right. They're going to. They will these Dundee. I mean, the fact that he wasn't named to one of the three on the eighteenth. It's kind of ridiculous. And it cost thirty million. The reason he wasn't was because Kevin Durant was on that team. And Kevin Durant staggers but he really impacts everybody else's offense. Right. So, and you saw that in the playoffs won Kevin one out. All of a sudden Klay Thompson had elevate his in the regular season when Durant was out to different dynamic, when curry and Thompson or doing their thing. When Durant wasn't out. I don't think anybody in the better team without Kevin Durant. But I do believe that it at adversely affected. The all NBA team for Klay Thompson. Yeah. I mean they the two NBA finals that they did lose where without Durant. If we're just looking at the numbers. So. But I would also tell you, they were out without without Klay Thompson. Yes. For part and a half. Yep. For sure. All right. Ceelo gives you brought to you by town fair tire. Nobody beats town fair tire nobody and yeah. No Durant Klay Thompson missed the final quarter plus last night a game six yet the warriors had a chance in the final seconds to force game seven with the rap dolla loves the past over to the far sideline green tracks it down to curry for three misses. The ball is loose. The ball is loose picked up by winter triple owner center. It's loose on the floor. They called a timeout, Draymond green called a time out. They don't have one last raptors radio. Steph curry, no good on the open. Look, he was just three of eleven from three point range on the night. Colli Leonard after that drain free throws to close it out. Three free throws at his one. Fourteen one ten the final the raptors capturing their first ever NBA championship Leonard big in the series all throughout the playoffs. He was named finals MVP big year for him even in victory, still very quiet and even killing curebowl, when media's Hosa say about me or if they want me to score whatever thirty points because I did the game before I'm gonna come out and play right away. I'm not trying to make headline big efforts by Toronto. Supporting cast as well PASCAL Siaka twenty six points and ten rebounds. Kyle Lowry at twenty six and tennis SIS Fred vanfleet. Great again, twenty two points, including five three guys who had a good at the long way, who had to get out. The mud who had to get it against the grain. And we got a team full of them coming from all different places rookie head coach Nick nurse. You still working in the D league as of six years ago. On the flip side bitter end for the warriors wondering what could have been if they had a healthy Durant and Thomson Thomson missing game three that after pouring in thirty points in less than three quarters miss, the final fourteen minutes or so of this one. It is a torn left ACL that was confirmed by his agent in the wee hours of the morning, all of it hard to believe for Steve carbon Klay. Goes down is out for the game. It's just sort of you've got to be kidding me like this, this has to stop really amazing looking back at it. Now that we know what the injury is for Thomson for him to come back out of the tunnel on the locker room to not only drain his free throws. But then essentially jog back into the locker room after that only to find out. He's got a tornado eventually left the arena on crutches. So I think the, the quote from car was Thompson said, I just need a two minute rests. And I'll be back in the game. So tells you what kind of toughness he. He's got their road team wins. The final five games of the series of three no, Mark, for the raptors at oracle the Rena, and that was the final warriors game at oracle. They'll move to a new home next year for Hawaii. He, he joins LeBron James and cream Jabbar, the only players to win. Funnels MVP's with two different teams Leonard the I do it in both conferences. Let's move along to the baseball now is a rough night. The Mets took a four two lead into the ninth inning at city field at India's though, couldn't close the door baiter rockets down the line for a base. Second for third Gutman's plays the going gonna be weighed and can't come up with rela- and the game is Gary conus. And why Harrison baiters are double nodding the scored four he was thrown third base on that play to end the inning. And that ended the game for the night. They suspended due to rain, the resume the evening at six ten before the regularly scheduled game. So I should say he was tagged out at second base in between second and third on that play on Pires in the grounds crew were getting ready to put the tarp on after the bottom of the eighth. But then they reversed course, Maki Calloway with the explanation. Went out there to see what was going on as we were out there lightened up pretty good until wasn't raining, his heart, and they're like, okay, let's try to fix it like Pete Alonzo. Might have had an effect on the fires as well. He was very adamant about. Let's go. Let's play. So they did take the tarp off or ruled it up again. Put down some quick dry. There was a nine minute delay before D as through his first pitch of the inning. He obviously wasn't sharp his third blown save another wasted outing. Jacob degrom. We'll gave up two runs over seven eight strikeouts. Pulled a young got him for a solo Homer in the sixth. The other Saint Louis run came across on that carpenters infield single against the shift in the third. And after that inning to gram slam his glove to the floor in the dugout and then throw it against the wall. Not happy about the ship going look and he does not the bowl there. I think it's. Year. Honestly, since he's a grumble insure decision for Jake Michael Conforto at a two run Homer in this game, again, completion at six ten the seating. And then Stephen Matt supposed by Daniel daily on afterwards in Chicago, the Yankees wasted away a four nothing advantage. Hi, Dr to deep, right? That goes talk with on the track at the wool. She's gone. Liore Garcia pounds of three to bitch over the white centerfield wall. Go ahead sold the home. John, sterling here on the fan that made it five four turned out to be the final score in favor of Chicago and Garcia winning a lengthy battle with that amount of evil credit to him for fight me there and get me in that spot. And I didn't wanna walk them, you know, so game a pretty good pitch to hit and you know he didn't miss it. Also got his team on the board with an RBI double in the fifth to manderson followed with three run Homer off Jay happ who worked into and out of trouble in the fourth inning not so much in the done. So. Yeah. Just think about, you know playing a complete game. I think we'll, we'll get back to doing that and ten games for Aaron Boone's club Yanks those still in first place by half game as the rays loss to the angels last night. Brett Gardner, two run Homer. Clint Frazier had an RBI single but nothing for the offense after the fourth inning tonight, cease about the Lucas Chea Lito with pre game on the fan beginning at six thirty a couple of notables from elsewhere, Shohei Ohtani Japanese-born player to hit for the cycle as his angels beat the raise five to three. The Red Sox six one hole to the Rangers seven six and the Braves top the pirates six to five their seventh straight win. Now a game and a half clear. The Phillies atop the NFL, least round one of the US open from Pebble Beach. Justin Rose a six hundred sixty five. He's got a one shot lead of Rickie Fowler as inter Shafi Louis stays in Aaron wise. Roy McElroy three back to time. Defending champ Brooks kept good for behind tiger. Woods, a one under seventy and you've got Jordan speed and Phil Mickelson both at one over par second rounds are beginning. Pretty much now. And then the next couple of minutes speed cut into it with his caddy yesterday. Did you miss that? Yes. Wow. NFL perfect shots. And I think one was over the green and one was short of the green, and he kinda got into it with his caddy. They're tight. He's always after when he wins. It's always we instead of I that's why something happens where you're golfer. It's a really good shot, but they miss club, you or they don't Wisden. So all of a sudden, they get a little testy with each. Yeah. Real quick jets assistant coaches with the media yesterday. A sampling from Greg Williams. He's digging Adam gays, so far respect, and trust is earned. And he has earned my respect guy in our in my trust out that we're working together on the same thing as of course has the offense Williams, the defense getting after it on the practice field Williams than asked the Toby running at three four or four three this season. He says, hey, we're going to do a lot of forty two packages defense. What's that mean forty two ways to get these eleven guys out there? I'm not going to all those here right now, we've only got fourteen or fifteen of them how we pack guys to get out there and ask specifically package a lot of packages last night. Huge package. Yeah. That's right. S specifically about Jamal Adams, and now he can motivate him to get to the next level coach performs. Some of those two. And you know one of the. Director? People. Around the back. But that was that was a point. Imagine Jamal Adams, considered probably one of the best players on the jets and Greg Williams right away looks at him. And says I've coach better just stuck out to me in that clip. There was about ten thousand pictures being take. Yes. Do we need that? Many still shots. Greg Williams, probably not. Did you hear that? But that also wasn't as good of a feed as the first couple of clicks. That's why you noticed it thought the Royal baby was next time the media's had a chance to talk to him. So what Greg Williams is doing and I love it. I mean he's trying to get the best out of Jamal Adams wants put him on notice that looking. I'm going to tell you, you're the greatest ever because I don't need our general manager Joe Douglas dealing with you, and your contract man's much like what Rex Ryan did with Terrell Rivas is the greatest defensive back cover. Can you hold off on that little bit man? You know Todd dial it back a little the the breaks chief, and then the headline grabber day Williams asked about his relationship and complicated past history. Giove it Adam gates, his father in law. Who is now on the jet staff. We've had a chance to talk to you. So I just wanted to ask you. They it job that because some of us, not a question. Next question. Go ahead. He's, he's a great friend of mine K, and he'll always be a great free, and I don't care what you've written. Go ahead. Somebody else me moved. Right on from that reporters, then took their crack at Vic. National enquirer. I like foot. So they will got I understand. But, you know. Do you. But he didn't have to do it all sorts of white noise in the background. But, but it's such bad audio. Picky. Now hickey. It's how long have we been doing this? Think about like I, visit intern in two thousand and five okay could you not hear what he said? I couldn't hear a thing that he's Becker sh I really couldn't. Right. I heard National Enquirer National Enquirer question. Okay. Get away from me with this nonsense. So it just goes to show you that even though I guess it was reported that giove it was the one who turned in Greg Williams when it came the bounty testified against him. He has no choice. Go look, we're all in there. Yes. What happened? You know, we all got suspended for it, and Sean Payton loss, seven million dollars because of it. And this the saints Williams lost here. He lost a year. They all paid for coaching. But you don't want this long ago the world they live in. They know what's going on. Yeah. Also of note before we get to moment. The day Pat bolan longtime Broncos owner did pass away last night, after a year long battle with Alzheimer's disease just under two months before he is to be a formerly enshrined in the pro football hall of fame. He was seventy five and also one other thing to mention just for you, boomer and for the ranger fans out there today is the twenty five year anniversary of the Stanley Cup champs. We know that so appreciate they're bringing it up. I was very bummed that I missed out on Mike Richter's in studio appearance. Yeah. It was great guy really was Amy looks great. Does he was always in great shape? No, I know. But still, I mean, it's been twenty five years ago is. Ios Beijing, you and he could see eye to eye. Yeah. That's right. Not a big man five ten about that. Maybe even weren't making goalies size-wise, the way they are today back in the day about five four. Five seven Belka potshots. You wanna take him before we get the moment of the day. I'm living douche life. Over the day is brought to you by Resorts World casino in queens. With over six thousand games this is how NYC roles. Geos wife likes to roll with guys from down under, especially when she needs driving directions here in the New York air. Australian acts really Google maps, I'll be in the car with IRS midge onto sunrise highway. I'm like, oh, I want to kill that guy. Make a lift on station. This guy is. Oh, yeah. Just hired no Struan Plummer combined. 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Episode 188: The Top 10 Stories Of 2019 In New York Politics

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Episode 188: The Top 10 Stories Of 2019 In New York Politics

"A two thousand nine hundred ninety. Almost done as anybody remember what happened. I'm jared Murphy from city limits dot. Org and this is Ben. Max from Gotha Muzak jared good to see you how you doing you too. Merry Christmas of right back at you. So we're here for our final show of of two thousand nineteen. It is difficult as you just mentioned to remember everything that's happened in any calendar year on any topic but especially this has been in a crazy year in New York politics and we're here to sum it up with our top ten stories of the year. That's right and of course we look forward to twenty twenty being perhaps even crazier easier. So we're taking this moment to look back on the big stories some of which we talked about here on the show and coverage certainly on our sites some that got a lot of coverage elsewhere as well Uh Stories that were big this year and most likely the stories that will have the longest residents in echo effect in two thousand twenty and beyond and we took a very scientific approach to coming coming up with our top ten list. Of course which is basically just a few emails back and forth between the two of US but You put together a great initial list and then I helped tinker with it a little bit if we missed anything. Let us know but we tried to put together a list of ten important stories. Some of them are a a little bit more like big topics that were discussed and have multi parts to them but really Even though was sort of the quiet year of the four year your cycle in terms of elections in New York it was a really really momentous year in terms of policy and politics in government in New York. And I'm excited to break down this whole issue. We get started started. I think it starts story. Number one is the effects of democratic control on Albany and the wave of legislation that came. I mean this time last year we were previewing that talking about the potential talking about at that point what. We thought was an enormous agenda that they probably wouldn't get through and they got through a lot of a lot it it really you know the Democrats control the state senate matching that with the Democratic Control. The assembling of course Democratic Governor Governor Cuomo. First Time there's been NAT TRIFECTA in a very long time especially a functional one in Albany and really they passed incredible amount of stuff even even so that the governor is still waiting through. Hundreds of bill signed that he's got to get to by the end of the year so there were huge big ticket items other smaller scale stuff. But if you know we've set I've said this on this show several times before if you name a sort of issue area they did something big on it. I mean it was almost across the board. They did things. They didn't quite get to marijuana legalization in a couple other things but really immense amount of things on reproductive rights the Environment Criminal Justice Transit Sexual harassment laws. I mean right. LLC Loophole Gun control across the board really really remarkable and then of course you know that also then got into this campaign finance commission which we covered recently in some of the drama around that and we income back to that but really they did at least something on almost everything is really even marijuana. They did a decriminalization. Move as opposed to the legalisation. I mean they did had something on almost everything now. Republicans are going to say. They swung way too far to the left. And this is why we need balanced government in Albany that aside for a second it was just a incredibly momentous year for what came out of state. Government also had some fascinating political dynamics in terms of governor Cuomo reacting reacting to the new reality with with all. It wasn't always all fun and games and I think Compared to the previous time the Democrats had control of the State Senate briefly flee in two thousand nine ten and what happened then with the coup in really. Obviously there was a different time. Economy was a much worse shape. The budget was in terrible shape There was less room to work in but they did far less accomplish far less and that was a talking point for Republicans for years. which is if you handle the Democrats is what's going to happen? He hey you had a very different situation and relatively flush economy and not just the Democratic majority. But he's very sizable one and one that had decided progressive tilt and what was interesting was looking looking back over the course of our show. A lot of the people we had on in two thousand eighteen were running to unseat members of the IDC took leadership positions in this Zeno Newly Emboldened Caucus Zellner Mary Jessica Romo's and others as well kind of leading the charge on some of this legislation right and you just reminded me of like a variety Eddie of other categories of things they passed because those two legislators had a hand in the election voting reforms that were immense E bike legalization rights exactly so really and it was a lot of it was driven as you just indicated by some newer New York City members who had UNDIS- a unseated the IDC members including alissandria Biagio obviously took out the big fish. Jeff Klein but you also had the leadership in Andrews two cousins who it does not represent the city and it was very interesting to see her manage her new perch In some ways the Senate Democrats were pushing shing the agenda harder and further left than the Assembly Democrats which was a very new dynamic in some ways not at all and in other ways you had some of the the Senate Democratic majority especially those on Long Island taking a few votes that were interesting as we look ahead to the twenty twenty election year and whether Democrats can keep that majority just about everybody thinks they can but will they grow it or will it received a little bit and that you know things related to like passing drivers driver's licenses for undocumented immigrants. You know how that land in some of the suburban swing districts so there are a lot of different political dynamics happening at once logs and honesty being laid or sewn in this year for potentially different different fiscal environment for the twenty. Twenty discussion around the the Medicaid spending other things that are coming up now but obviously a of one of the biggest stories nominee. We've broken out as as number two on our list. And that is the sweeping regulation Sweden Sweden with regulations A really kind of one hundred eighty degree turn in terms of how that laws and the power and those laws shifting from landlords tenants getting rid of vacancy decontrol in the vacancy bonus preferential rent sharply scaling back major capital improvements individual neutral apartment improvements and really a host of other reforms to everything from from harassment laws to mobile homes after the nineties. He's being a decade when landlords want a tremendous swing of the laws in their favor and really the previous part of the century. More or less standing pat. This was a massive massive change and J- just again to be clear. We're separating this out of its own story separate from all the other Albany stuff because of how big a deal and how how long the fight has been around this and of course the other theme that plays into the power of the real estate industry the landlord lobby. I mean just these. The immense themes that that really shifted power dynamics in two thousand eighteen that that had been pretty static for a while and this is another area where you saw saw some of the really tricky dynamics around Governor Cuomo and the legislature and Cuomo not easily being able to play Assembly Democrats. That's awful Senate. Republicans as he had for so much of his tenure and so that was really interesting to watch where he sort of kicked back and said I favor all these really strong performs. I'll sign whatever the legislature can agree to because he thought there was a bit more hesitancy among some members of the legislature. Then it turned out there ultimately was does and so. They passed a sweeping set of reforms to rent regulations which impact a million apartments. I mean that is massive in one of the interesting things there and I. I don't know what you think on this. But we've even seen some pretty stalwart supporters of reform warm. Say they're wondering if this went a little bit too far and would might need to be scaled back a little bit in twenty twenty and I think that'll be a bigger theme that we need to see the next year is whether the Democrats in Albany do tinker with some of what they did in twenty nine t s and this is the earliest hours you know some people on the Blasi administration nations elsewhere raising questions about things like major capital improvements and whether that had eliminated some of the latitude landlords needed to move in. That talk has subsided somewhat. I think there was initially kind of have a period of buyer's remorse and now retreated to sort of see what plays out but Yes I wouldn't be surprised if there is some push by some people to tinker in the next in the next year and that doesn't mean it'll happen and the same thing I think we're gonNA see a big conversation continuing criminal justice reform which we which we dealt with a recent show of course and you know no these types of things in Albany. There could be a lot of Huffing and puffing and then nothing gets done or a bunch of tweaks of various things are jammed together in a budget. Bill passes in the middle of the night. And then everybody's dealing with the fallout of that. So we'll deal with that as it comes and then there was story number three battle to save our earth will be won or lost in our lifetime. There's no second chance don't back down in the face of the bully confront him take him on on as president. I will take on the wealthy. I will take on the big corporations. I will not rest until this. Government serves ordeal people as mayor the largest city in America. I've done just that. Divide the guys. Donald Trump must be stopped. I've unbeaten in before and I will do it again. I'm bill de Blasios. I'm running for president because it's time we working. I um that was mayor de Blasio announcing his candidacy for president. An idea that had been bounced around for felt like since at the moment he took office and Devon Fourteen Had Been raised a few times since then and obviously it was increasing speculation. which then he made Made official will that day with the publication of the online ad appearance on Good Morning America to launches his trial balloon which did not which never floated to hire or too far. It was a very odd and really embarrassing. Four month adventure. He was in late. He got out early He was basically in the race from something. Like made a September It did not go well for him. He was able to rely on some you. You know. Traditional donors Being the mayor of folks in the city who want things from him and some of his longtime allies but he was not able to really make a dent the polls to really get that much positive attention and he wasn't able to get the fundraising going. He made a couple of appearances on the debate. Stage by hitting the very a you know sort of low bars that they sat for the initial debates but then he started to miss the debate thresholds and pull the plug It was a curious various thing where he took a really long time to decide he probably should have just gone with his interest in running earlier and jumped in full bore but he didn't and he really landed in the race with a thud and never went anywhere. I think not knowing what his goals were because they are so mysterious makes it hard to evaluate eight. Just how big a failure was if even even was a failure by his own personnel Mesh. Okay I think for the city of certainly felt like there was a lot of distraction there at a time Qalat of important things that are happening around night show and other stuff and you know I think I wonder if twenty years from now people are writing the books about De blasio whether this will loom large as John. Lindsay's fail presidential campaign in terms of being like a real black eye for the mayor. I mean in that case as a some people actually thought he might have had a chance at some point. No one really thought that it but to Blasio a to some degree that people who applies you I think loads and before he ran for President President and still do the people who are decidedly mixed opinion of him are just as mix but it was certainly a a strange strange venture. Well when the field is already twenty plus he jumps in and he's he's polling at one percent almost gives this quality to like you're saying about Lindsay Z.. At one point there was some expectation that he could really go somewhere in the race. There was never really that expectation with the Blasio as he flirted with a little bit and then jumped in so it was almost like you. You know he was a little bit of an afterthought all along and then just sort of quietly exited the race and everybody kept moving on with everything so you know. I don't know how much it will be really discussed in the big picture for him although when you declare your candidacy for president needs to sort of be mentioned in the first paragraph of you've of the history books written about right if you're an elected official or anybody So the idea that he had a short lived and failed presidential campaign in two thousand nineteen will probably be at least a an important sort of highlight when the legacy is what the campaign also did did bring up was a bit more of US wrestling. With what the legacy is starting to look like and that was where you know is very interesting to have a lot of the journalists who've been covering him regularly take take a bit of a step back to try to shape for a national audience a bit and other journalists houses guy actually done on. What are the positive or the negative? We know that the Eric Garner case was happy. You know was really happening. The results of that were going on when he was running so that became a piece of the puzzle for him yet despite being a minor candidate with almost one chance he was about the whoever got heckled at the because he was a guy who was an executive position dealing with that very difficult issue. Wasn't that surprised me was that he had a couple decent ideas during the campaign. I thought the idea of an international workers hers bill of Rights as an antidote to some of the anti-trade fervor. It was interesting. I thought that the focus on automation was was interesting too. I don't know about the robot tax exactly but I think that was but he didn't lead with that he led with this idea. This line been trying for months about there's plenty of money in the world during the. US just wrong hands. And then the policy stuff. Jeff came later. I thought that if you really wanted to make a difference in the process he would've lend with a strong policy edge It was just curious. That wasn't that didn't happen. The whole thing seems to have been strangely conceived right and he did everything so traditionally in a Lotta ways with all these visits to Iowa and New Hampshire and the other states. And I'm not saying you don't do that but he also it could have reimagined a campaign a little bit to try to make waves you know. Be this sort of urban agenda mayor and just visit a bunch of cities with his. You know his outline of his plan for how to you know enhanced cities across the country. Here's some of the things we've done in New York. Here's how we'll do even smaller cities in places like Iowa you could. Could you could do that type of thing. Just something creative. And it really just wasn't part of of how they approach the the campaign I think Lastly lastly on onto blasio you know one of the interesting things about him getting out on the national stage and then coming back. Is this question about easy reestablishing any sense that he really wants the current job that he has because he raised even further questions that we're ready there about how much she really is into his job. Right travel have for two more two more years and obviously one of the things that has on his plate to fix or to make some progress towards fixing is story number four for us Nigeria. A story for many years the story for many years from here to zero this year the big one of the big headlines was that the settlement with the feds was sealed and a federal monitor I am imposed a big step for the authority. And we've seen since then slow drip-by-drip of announcements of plans for doing some MM rebuilding and revamping. The infrastructure has deteriorated. The state finally moving to release its money to some measure of progress but we are now seeing winter having having arrived in full force. Exactly what that's like in terms of people's services right and it seems it seems early on like this winter you know. Things are a bit better than in some recent past winners. Because they've they've done you know they have some new protocols in place around fixing boilers and things like that you know the the addition of this federal the Monitor while very clearly warranted in a lot of ways also creates this whole nother layer of bureaucracy and oversight the federal the Monitor's going to be paid overtime tens and tens of millions of dollars that could be going towards things like new boilers. It's very tricky dynamic. I think there's some real oh questions about how necessary this this monitor is but of course at the same time. Niger has just been run so poorly. And we had additional revelations. Come out in the last couple of years around lead exposure for for kids just real problems but one of the biggest questions that has remained in in two thousand eighteen and now goes forward. Twenty twenty is can the city really move ahead on a plan to bring in the funds needed to repair Niger. And get get the properties up to a state of good standing right because one of the signal features of the settlement was there really is no new federal money involved in all even though that has been the biggest part of Niger's fiscal struggles not not absolving them of management problems. And the money that is supposed to kind of make up that gap is through things. I converting units to section eight eight and developing space. All which has been there has been some progress but a fairly halting Sign of progress too far when they will get into the number to get you to make a difference seems years out and this goes back to some of these questions about De Blasio and you have to Blasio. They brought in the federal monitor her than together. They basically came to an agreement about a new chair and CEO. Greg Russ for the Housing Authority. He's been on the job a few months now. the federal monitor's Bar Schwartz. So you have this new leadership and oversight in place you still have two zero there but there has been no clear. SORTA the joint effort to aggressively. Move ahead with these plans. It does seem like the the section eight. The Rad conversion has been moving quicker than some of the the other pieces but there is very little. Sign that this infill development. Think of it. What you may is moving ahead to bring in the revenue that's supposed to be part of this revitalization plan and so whether the mayor and his his compatriots here are really going to aggressively push? That is a big open ended question here at the end end of two thousand nineteen that will continue into twenty twenty story number five for us. It was probably the most awaited and fraught personnel decision in city history. It is unlikely that Mr Garner thought. He was in such poor health at a brief struggle with the police would cause his death. He should have decided against resisting arrest. A man with family lost his life. That is an irreversible tragedy in a hardworking police officer with the family. Man took this job to do good and to make a difference in his community has now lost his chosen career and that is different tragedy in this case. The unintended consequence consequence of Mr Garner's death must have a consequence of its own. Therefore I agree with Deputy Commissioner of trials legal findings and recommendations this clear that Daniel Pantaleo canot longer effectively serve as a New York City. Police officer bring out the court's verdict. In this case I take no pleasure. I know that many will disagree with this decision and that is their right absolutely. No victors here today. Not the Garner family not the community at large and and certainly not the courageous men and women of the police department put their own lives on the line every single day and service to the people of this great city MHM. Today's a day of reckoning can also be a day reconciliation guys commissioner. O.`Neil now former Commissioner Neil Police Department the summer explaining his decision decision to abide by the recommendation of the internal trial judge and fire officer Daniel Pantaleo for his role in the encounter that led to the death that killed Eric Garner in Staten Staten Island in two thousand fourteen right. This is one of these events that happened fairly early into blasios tenure that basically than has hung over the entire tenure even after after Pantaleo being fired by O'Neill you know it can. It will continue to just be part of the dialogue around de Blasio and policing and his you know his legacy around around these issues. The fact that Pantaleo on the forest for so long after Garner died And a variety of other aspects of that whether the NYPD is really implementing some of the changes that blasios promised in the wake of Garner's death. All of these issues. Continue to come up now. We've even seen it in additional change at the top of the NYPD as all all gun riding the Garner incident is a tragedy in its first dimension but it also embraces that you said so the things that have dogged to plow through his Merrill t the police officers feel he does not have their back or their his anti police that goes down to some of the comments made in the early days after that killing and on the other hand the fact that the very kind of broken windows policing that led to the encounter is something to devise Yo at least in word embraced for for for many years. I'm really didn't move away from Until Commissioner Bratton moved on even though the numbers were coming down his embrace of that as of something he really held onto. And we see that attention continuing to talking about now. Gang policing is something that we've discussed on the show recently The mayor is still defending As part of this larger conversation around criminal justice reform one area where there was significant. Change in that this year or lease change was solidified was on the question of closing braggers. The city council formalizing formalising the land use moves to create the new jails and as part of that within a cumbersome process ensuring that rikers would would would ultimately be close right right and this was one of the biggest conversations in city government in city politics. Two Thousand Nineteen was will they actually vote to create four new. Jails some some replacing existing facilities but basically building from the ground up for new jails and in conjunction with it. What were the sizes? Those buildings is be which is always part of the sort of land-use discussion around new development in this case being a a facility of jail facility but that then relates to what is the population of people being detained in those jails and things like broken windows policing and the philosophy of the mayor in the philosophy. The police commissioner not to mention the criminal justice reforms at passed in Albany earlier this year which allowed them to have a totally different estimate for the number of people that will be detained in these. Jails at any time. I'm getting it down to really unbelievably low numbers In the three thousand range across the city when you had well over what twenty thousand people incarcerated carsoup rated a couple of decades ago in New York City. So that's the projections. They voted through the jails plan in. Now it's GonNa be a obviously a several year process of closing down the rakers facilities and building these new ones and meanwhile on a state level there has been this move in the past couple of months to question whether some of those reforms went went too far or whether they did not come with sufficient infrastructure. You know the bail reforms with the questioning the number of offenses for which bail cash bail is not basically prohibited with with the exposes people to a potential public safety risks takes discretion. Judge his hands. There's been some pushback on that and questions about discovery reform and whether or not what first of all with the reform themselves are sound and whether district attorneys have the capacity to implement them to make sure they're sharing the files in a way that saved to make sure they're going from protective active orders when they need to shield witness names and things like that. There's been pushback. There's been a push back to the pushback and we'll see whether all takes up any of that at the same time. There are still elements of the Criminal Justice Reform Agenda that were not touched last year. That are central to the city's plans close regulars particularly dealing with parole reform a tremendous a number of people who ended up going into writers and at the State Prison System are people who are not being arrested for new crimes were for violations of parole some is very technical violations. It's a kind of messed I up system. It's a huge portion of people who are on regular everyday and know that they're going to try to get to this year whether or not the environment itself to I don't know right. I think there was something that was the only population nation of people in rikers. That was actually grow right the parole violation so that will be fascinating to watch. I'll just say sort of enclosing on this story which is our fifth one of our top ten in here on on criminal justice policing The new jails that were voted through the city council. Is You know this ongoing discussion as you got it about De blasio support for broken windows policing he now refuses to use that term and says we don't use that term anymore. It's quality of life policing because people want You know quality of life issues police in the city and they want them police aggressively but they want the police aggressively with also a very careful hand. And this is something that new police commissioner hermit. Shay has talked about it his initial remarks becoming police commissioner. And we'll be very important piece as we go from twenty nine thousand nine hundred twenty only twenty watching how the police department under Dermott Shea not only implements. Somebody's help implement some of these criminal justice reforms because again when you know policy is set at the state level the city level. There's always a lot of discretion in implementation. There's a lot of questions around how district attorneys and police officials will interpret them and we'll execute them And so that will be a lot of fodder for for the New Year so you're listening to maximum and to the UBA. I we we are going through the top. Ten stories of two thousand nineteen. According to our two percent is scientific poll number one was democratic control. Albany all this stuff. They passed number to rent regulation reform. Number three was bill blasios ill fated presidential campaign then before the nitrous settlement of the progress halting progress there and number five was criminal justice just reform in the conversation around moving onto story number six. Here's what former council speaker and current. CEO Women in Need Christine. Quinn Said said on our show recently and on this night when it is how old and unexpectedly wintering having those people who said if you open a shelter I will burn down those pro people who protests against having a good roof over a six year old child held towns. Had really think about why you hate homeless Louis. Children homeless people while you're so vicious on night like tonight with over sixty thousand people shelter and our obligation as win gene and the mayor's obligation down those hateful people in the faith and say we are moving forward. That was the former speaker. Adjust dressing people who have protested against homeless shelters in some areas of the city in that particular case a reference to the Glendale Debate She was speaking about the anti shelter. vaulter fervor which really was one of the features of the discussion about homelessness in two thousand nine hundred and this is obviously discussion. That hasn't you know really gone anywhere. This homelessness is basically in the top ten stories of of every year. Certainly since Mayor de Blasio has been office in well before that And it doesn't seem seem to be going anywhere anytime soon. While the administration has in some ways gotten a bit of a handle on the homelessness crisis as they say broken in the trajectory of homeless increase. We still have somewhere in the neighborhood of seventy five thousand people in various shelters You know the mayor has has taken a aggressive approach in terms of putting a lot of pieces in place but he's also taken a very modest approach in terms of the goals for reducing the homeless US Census and it's it's a very tricky situation because in some ways you look at how de Blasio is approaches. And you don't get the sense that there's this real urgency to it you know that he he recognized as a major problem he's putting plans forward and they've reinstituted voucher programs and they've done a variety of other things. They're opening new shelters getting out of hotels in clusters sites. But you still get the sense that is sort of just you know another sorta city issue to to take care of. It's interesting. He was been pushed by that on advocates advocates. On this for years and this year I think the pushing may have finally gotten to them just in the past few weeks the end of the year. We see an agreement with the city council to do the fifteen percent set aside whether it's the city subsidized housing project. Object fifteen percent of units or go to be people who are coming out of the shelter system and then more recently de blasio making a few kind of seemingly. These spastic moves on street homelessness answering a new outreach program that was criticized and then announcing fact not just outreach with the provision more safe haven even beds a commitment to ending long-term Street homelessness At some point in the not-too-distant future That seem to be him. Sort of laying down a marker that he hadn't previously down in both cases to really try to meaningfully change for managing what he says is a new status quo to maybe changing that status quo right. I mean when he you know he's sort of regard his approaches to homelessness a number of times. And that's fine. There's nothing wrong with that right. I mean you want to reevaluate your programming and add new WHO programs in change your approach. It's not working or you know react to crises. Hopefully not too much. But you WANNA do that. But when he announced his turning the tide plan in early two thousand seventeen is Alexi re election year. You know that was like a big sweeping new plan. And even even with that plan that you know he was only talking about reducing the shelter census by twenty five hundred people out of what what they were using as the number of of around sixty thousand. Because that's the sort of Department of Homeless Services Services Shelters variety of others that that Where people can find shelter so as he's moving into your seven year? This is clearly a piece of his Merrill T- that has has really dogged him because he was supposed to come in with the the type of Lens where he was really going to address this issue instead he's really sort of puttered along with it and it's been an area where people have raised so many questions including why not devote more of affordable housing plan to people coming out of homeless as you said. He just made a new compromise on that but but to do it at the end of two thousand nineteen again is indicative that this is still a work in progress. Speaking of works in progress story number seven is an interesting one because I remember the night that Bill de Blasio got elected standing at the back back of the room at the armory and hearing a couple of mental advocates advocates. Talk about how they were really nervous. Because Bill de Blasio almost no record on environmental issues and he said an interesting record record since of some pretty aggressive attempts to reduce the city's carbon footprint and some halting moves if you want to call it that on making the city more resilient into what are probably the inevitable effects of climate change and this year we saw some movement on both of those fronts right. I think you know de Blasio worked with the city council. I think there's is a bit more pushed by the city council certainly than Mayor's office on some very new aggressive regulations around building energy emissions which is a major source of pollution. And so that's moving forward to Bosnia wound up rebranding. That is the New York City Green new deal. It was part of him. Getting Ready to launch this presidential campaign pains. Who knows how much that came into it? Or if it's just you know sort of a branding exercise when the green new deal was at the tip of lots of folks tongues whether it's in Washington or elsewhere swear but but certainly that's going to be a key piece moving forward for the city of attempts to New York City contribute to what should be national national and global effort to reduce carbon emissions and a state effort to we saw the state pass major legislation as part of this bluewave green wave in Albany this spring spring and summer to put stay on course to really reduce and in some cases I think eliminate fossil fuels and moved to a sorters. There's zero fossil fuels state. Electricity Mix Energy Mix A number of years and we've seen already some tension about the implementation of that around the governor's decision not to approve a pipeline that was going to contribute to present day natural gas shortages. So some questions about the transition right. The the roles of natural gas and of nuclear power are really important here and big questions that remain. Meanwhile New York has set itself on a path to developing a lot more renewable energy in the in the forms of wind and solar and that is going to be a very important theme to watch because it involves loves a significant change in not only where energy comes from but also the economy of the state. And we'RE GONNA see wind farms popping up and you know it's going to be a very important Management Job Really for state government to implement this and some very tricky aggressive goals. That the governor wound up agreeing to after. Lots of consternation in Albany that I you know we'll see if Newark is able to meet them. They're they're pretty aggressive. And then meanwhile you have you know the city taking taking some actions around building emissions depositos had a bit of a mixed record on some of this stuff you know. He's definitely moved to sort of green the city fleet but he's also expanded the city fleet quite a bit and you know they argue that some of that was replacing vehicles that were damaged during Sandy. And things like that but really you know I think in key is by no means sort of an environmentalist. I and again he's also obviously. Just you know one of the things that keeps popping up you know. He's pooh-poohed this idea that you should be driving in this disease from the upper east side to park slope to work out. He very rarely takes the bus or the train to sort of encourage more New Yorkers to do that stuff he would say just look at my policies. Okay in some ways. It's a fair argument But he's got sort of a mixed record on that people look at the policies and say that you know again on reducing emissions on perspective efforts to try to lower the city's carbon footprint. There has been some progress the seeds for progress but when it comes to dealing with the effects that he has been much less bold. And so you saw this back and forth debate about this park on the lower east side and how to deal with that and the the city finally came to a decision to kind of bounce back and forth in the community plan to the city. Planning something in the middle and then the downside is lower Manhattan initiative which was kind of a big splash ardent upon and now a lot less detail as to what was actually meant in terms of whether you're going to extend the coastline and try to create a buffer zone. How you would do that? And what folks folks and other neighborhoods say is that that's all well and good but the city has a five hundred plus mile coastline a lot of neighborhoods where they have been very few steps to make the city any measurably safer than it was seven years ago for Sandy. A lot of this is waiting for the corps of Engineers to decide the army corps of Engineers to decide if and how wants to create some sort of harbor wide barrier. But there is is the sense of the clock is ticking. The storms are coming and the defense is just out there right. There's a variety of strategies that have been pointed to that need to be implemented a variety of projects that have been either you know green lit or said to be in the offing and just remarkably little progress made seven years after Sandy You know the other thing. I WanNa mention on this topic. was this plastic bag ban that the state passed that should be going into effect in another of these items that we have to. You see how implementation goes other. Unintended consequences You know how aggressive is the quote unquote ban. That's not fully a ban So a lot in the mix on this front but I think to your point on the resiliency question in two more years for New York City under Blasi. Oh in this sort of regime there. There needs to be marked progress in terms of getting some of these projects. Really going we we have seen and we we talked to Staten Island. Borough President Jimmy Otto something move ahead on. Staten that nyland on the east shore seawall but that was much more of a project that seemed to come in from the federal government And so you know the city needs to take think of bit more leadership on this on this question and story number eight in our top. Ten Review of two thousand nineteen will let city council speaker. Cory Johnson introduced the topic. Here in your city someone dies in traffic violence every one point eight days these are not accidents and every single one of them is preventable. Smart Street Design Saves Lives. We need to make our streets safer we need to finally break mccorkell germ or three. We make our streets better better. We know this were moving way too slowly. We need at least fifty miles of protected bike lanes a year real protected wildlife. It's the increase the amount of restaurants space that we create. We need every bus route and leans earth force with cameras or physical barriers arms. Feeds back to people as good for business. Business is good for the environment. And it's good for all workers and that was city council Speaker Cory Johnson with one of these sort of big catchphrases. That really took off this year in New York. Mark public policy this idea of breaking the car culture New York. Some people have taken that to mean this war on cars and that car owners are bad and there should be. You know. We're going to try. Had A band cars in New York. It's not what it means but you know maybe the speaker let that conversation get a little going a little bit too fast. I let's say this it's a bowl thing for someone to make pronunciations. WHO's planning a run for for mayor? Who is running for Mayor in two thousand twenty one given that there are a lot of people who drive in the city or depend Penn on cars one way or the other right and we know it's notorious in your say that people don't want their parking messed with for example and he's talking about the need to reduce pardon spots to put things in bike lanes and bus lanes? So you know Cory Johnson really move this conversation ahead in two thousand eighteen. He gave his status city speeches. I first one where he called for municipal control of the subways and buses. You know you can almost put that aside for a second but he also introduced this idea of streets master plan which wound up breath coming to a compromise with the mayor and being passed a very significant achievement and that will require the Department of Transportation in a couple of years to put forth a plan hand ad in lots more bike lanes and lots more bus lanes and a million square feet. Something like that of pedestrian space Really really a reimagining of city streets use and that has coincided at the same time with this fourteenth street bus way which is mostly been seen as a success so far. So we're seeing a whole new conversation around St use in the city and this is a visionary idea you know I don't know if Joe Johnson means by stick by it but really in terms of rethinking you thinking the city I like our fundamental rethinking of how the city has been shaped for. So that's one hundred years and we think about. How much does revolve around automobiles and Dan the way the streets are organized neighborhoods organize our policies? It's a it's a real challenge to that and what's interesting to me. Is that as someone. I know. You don't drive very much. I drive frequently and it has become much much much more difficult to drive around the city even the past two or three years. I mean it's always been difficult But even driving in the outer boroughs where I live locally anytime of day or night three in the morning three in the afternoon. It's getting very very hard drive on the city. I the thing is because of deliveries. I think because four hire vehicles and so I think oddly enough that you might find a surprising number of people who do rely on their cars cars acknowledging at least that there is some kind of problem whether there'd be willing to get them up all the time I don't know but I think you'll find people who are willing to say you know what the way that we have our streets organiz now just isn't working and they might look forward to a way to their car. Well I think you hit on a couple of important things one is for our vehicles and the other one is deliveries. And we've I've seen some really what we've seen a lot of discussion the vehicle front from back during blasios first term. When he tried to put a cap on Uber they eventually put the cap on on forever goals but then recently? We've seen a lot more reporting. I think on just the incredible a number of deliveries that are happening from Amazon and elsewhere across across the city that that do seem to really clock things up. And that's where you if if it's if you thread the needle the right way you could see some real support. Lord is you said even from people who rely on their cars in the city to do more around these regulations. I think one of the biggest challenges in front of Speaker. Johnson I and others is how you blend the better access for bicyclists end buses with allowing people people to use their cars and get around the city when they need to while. You're also really encouraging them to not do that. When it when it's available to take hey boss for example or to get on the subway and that ties of course two buses in the subways running and there's a little bit of a chicken and the egg thing with the buses of course and people getting out of their cars because if more people don't go out of their cars and get onto buses the buses can't move quicker and if you don't see the buses moving quicker you might not get out of your car so and it hasn't complex urban environment and it has to some degree zero sum game and we've seen this year a huge spike in the number of cyclists deaths and that can involve run INS with passenger cars? Delivery vehicles even with buses so figuring out a way to try to convert people from Assisting forms of transit to others in real time on real streets with people making real decisions is is very very difficult and so we've awesome reporting on enforcement around vision zero and lapses there. It's a very complicated puzzle involving enforcement as you mentioned some degree degree of coercion as some degree of invitation Being key to making it work finding mix is going to be pretty difficult and you know you you touch them vision zero. This is obviously a a key piece of the blazers agenda his legacy but it's another area where he's been probably a little more timid than he could or should be you know. And and this is where you've had had a lot of advocates and experts around street Houston Street safety. You know really call them to task for not being a bit more aggressive. And that's where the streets master-plan legislation came amen. But again this is now coming in towards the end of his Merrill tea and isn't going to be implemented until the very end and for the next mayor. I also want to mention engine on this topic of the discussion around breaking the car culture. which again means sort of reorienting? The city streetscape and transportation network towards words mass transit and pedestrian than bikers. That congestion pricing is coming which will we'll see what the impact on that is? The so much of the focus about that has been on. The revenue will generate that. We're losing sight over the question of whether the congestion piece is impacted at all And they also passed this private. Waste Hauling Overhaul legislation through the city council again. That is seen as both A safety measure sure and also around you know helping a little bit with street congestion you mention driving around three am. I won't ask you what you're doing driving around at three. Am but you know a lot of the a lot of the Private haulers going all through the night and things like that. So it's not the most traffic time but it also is a matter of of course St Safety Ian Missions and things like that so that fits into this discussion as well and the other thing that's happened in two thousand nineteen on this front to You know that we should we that we really think about is this will tie into our ninth story of our top. Ten is the fair fares program and how that's being implemented and again something that seen a little bit of a of a slow implementation so story nine now that Ben is totally. Let it other baggage spoil everything is the MTA and the ongoing discussions about how to improve. Prove that how to stabilize that some big moves this year with the approval capital plan on fair fares and its implementation being under scrutiny route Ni and as he just mentioned the looming arrival of congestion pricing. Plan one of the big achievements Democrats in Albany. Just about ten years Zapped Bloomberg's efforts to get such a plan in place One one that is being designed by an outside panel and remains shrouded in some bureaucratic mystery. But is they've started yet. You know again. This was like a legislative tricks by the governor in the in the state legislature that congestion pricing won't even even kick in until after the upcoming twenty twenty state legislative elections And so we're not looking at implementation until basically the beginning of twenty twenty one But it is coming. It was a huge story line of two thousand nineteen that they did pass a congestion pricing program the revenue from that program as I mentioned is is what a lot of people have been focused on and one of the key reasons. I think that it got across the finish line is because they were really struggling about how to fund the MTA capital plan and we now have a new MTA capital plan. It still has a little bit of Finalizing to happen but of over fifty billion in dollars for the five year plan. And it's supposed to really get the system up to a state of good repair re- signaling lots of other things and congestion. Congestion pricing was a key part of that we saw in two thousand eighteen incredible amount of attention on congestion pricing and the the MTA generally where you had governor Cuomo finally really take ownership of it even though he kept saying I don't control the MTA but okay you want me to take charge now take charge and a little bit of smoking mirrors. I think in that process of saying well we need a transformation plan at the MTA. We're going to bring in a new chair. CEO We need a chief transformation officer neither you were. I is a every day. MTA beat reporter. The obviously in our publications don't even cover it on such a regular basis but it is so it's very hard to keep track even for us what has happened with the MTA. This here different different plans that were mandated the overhaul of leadership they're reducing a bunch of positions but then they're adding other positions wins Andy Byford apparently resigned but then rescinded the resignation it has been a wild year related to the MTA and they basically have to implement implement a whole bunch of new stuff you know. Basically they have to fly the plane while they're rebuilding yet right and while they're considering What kind of personnel to have and what they should do when you're just in the last couple of weeks year the MTA board considering this plan governor performer to Station five hundred new police officers in the subways part of I think it combines. Crackdown on proceed disorder in the system homelessness and whatnot but also on this issue of fare evasion and something. Andy Byford has raised over a couple years. The idea that people are because of the lower police presence choosing not to pay fares on subways bosses more and that is actually making a dent in the. MTA's coffers where fare box revenue as they call. It has always been an important part of the mix advocates will push back on that. It's not as big a deal enforcement's not the answer but that is something that is going to be part of the COMMU- next year is more cops underground right. It seems it seems like that's all moving full. Oh speed ahead. There are some real questions about whether this makes fiscal sense for the MTA about MTA in additional MTA police force will interact with the NYPD. which is is really in charge of policing the subways? The buses are often only a little bit a part of this conversation even though that's apparently based on the flawed data that the MTA has is that the pair where the bigger fare evasion problem as a percentage is happening I'm much more of a regular subway rider than bus rider though I ride the bus. Sometimes I haven't witnessed witnessed the types of really high bus fare evasion that they claim but again. I'm not writing the most busy routes either That's going to be something that unfolds in the New Year that I'm very worried about because it has the potential for some really ugly incidents underground. We were always going to see some of Oh and we see those things related to policing above ground and below ground. But when you're talking about additions to the force and this question around MTA police versus NYPD TV. Police it's a recipe for some potentially troubling dynamics not to mention questions around criminalising poverty and and things like that that are part of this discussion around. Why don't they just put this money towards an expansion fair fares? You know things like that but there are legitimate issues. I think with people who can afford the fair skin and how you crack down on. That is is a topic for another time but certainly I. I think just to wrap up this topic. Maybe tie this together with the previous one about car culture one interesting I think so. Far Positive experiment this year and this ties is into a lot of I've been talking about. Is the Fourteenth Street bus way. which you know is because of the shutdown of the L. partial occasional shift under the AL for repairs hairs a plan which would have seen radical years ago to give buses basic the full run and other non personal vehicles the four hundred Fourteenth Street? It seems so far to have worked fairly. Well it's an interesting sort of experiment that's occurred in. I think probably like a positive note for the has gone off without a hitch but with generally generally positive reviews. As far as I can tell it's undoubtedly been a success. They just recently released the first study by Samm Schwartz's firm of how it's going. It seems like obviously bus speeds across fourteenth street have increased significantly and apparently according to the study. There is not that big an impact on sidestreet traffic. Which of course was was one of the biggest concerns and when they also instituted new bike lanes on the on the nearby streets? Apparently cycling has also increased quite had a bit on twelfth and Thirteenth Street. So all it seems like all initial signs point to this being a success and the big question then tees up of course is where else should they look to do busways across the city. And will this be something that you see. Someone like Cory Johnson really make a big push for In twenty twenty I would not be at all surprised and finally story ten has been mentioned early on this is not a year. That'd be typically considered an election year but lo and behold there were three election nights and this was a speech that was given on one of them a young black boy somewhere young. I've been trying to find space in the world. Nobody knows he cries himself to sleep. Nobody knows how much he misses his father. Nobody knows what he's going through this world tells you have to hide it. You can't talk about but I got some young men I think about very often That was Jimani. Williams has acceptance back in February when he won the special election very crowded. Special election for public advocate replacing tips James who had been recently elected and take office. As the State Attorney General Williams talking very emotionally about his own journey as a black man and as a person who had gone through therapy and really a very personal snowing and brave moment to reveal that at that at that point but a bit of personal drama in a ended up being actually a fairly interesting election year even though as an officer I mean thinking back to that public advocates special election. That was lots of fun and very fascinating very interesting and crowded field as you said. I mean it's funny. I think think back to that at the beginning of this year as now at the end of it But you don't people sometimes mock in. This happened on our show. Even you know. The position of public advocate it But it's it's important position citywide office it. It's not by any means and we've obviously seen the last two public graphic go on to become mayor and attorney general so it can be a springboard and Germany Williams. You know. Of course everybody's got their unique background but with his background coming into this office. As a housing organizers someone is a police reformer he ran for Lieutenant Governor and almost be. Kathy Oakland two thousand eighteen. This is basically his. You know sort of consolation prize after that now all of a sudden he's he's a city wide elected official with the with a pretty big purchase and allowed voice. You know he's always been someone. That's it's been good at using the bully pulpit but now he's got an even bigger one so significant and that election just looking back on it was also significant for folks That it did not win in such as you know former city council Speaker Melissa Mark Viverito. WHO's now trying to run for Congress in the Bronx But you know if she had one. That public advocate special election. Very likely would have. I've been then a mayoral candidate money. Williams says he's definitely not running in twenty twenty one so But then he went onto to win reelection again in the November election election with very modest competition although we had a great chat with Joe Borelli about his campaign but there were other elections between the two of course we had the June election in data. That was when the Queen's district attorney primarily a fascinating race because Dick Brown had been there for a very long time these. Da Jobs do not open up very often often District Attorney Judge Brown had resigned and then died Actually before before the race plays with the election to place. It was a crowded field but it ended up being basically a battle between the insurgent Democratic Socialists of America wing in Tiffany Coban and the establishment democratic wing in then Queens as borough President Blenda cats and That was I mean that was. Maybe it's good that we're using using it in our wrap up. I mean this. This list is not necessarily an order of importance that that was one of the most important events of the year. I mean it was also one of the most interesting political events the year. Obviously the difference between Tiffany Coban being elected Melinda hats being elected is significant even though cats promised a pretty serious reform agenda and the idea of a young public defender taking over with a pretty radical view of how to approach criminal justice from the District Attorney's office at the top prosecutor. In in a borough of two plus million people. You know there was a lot on the line there Tiffany combined gave an acceptance speech on primary night and cats declined to to exit the race and then went to the recount. They cats wound up winning Really a lot of political drama and really significant importance and now of course that will kick off a special queens borough president election which will have the pleasure of of looking at early in the New Year. Why did not have much drama but was fairly interesting? Was the charter revision. Asian process. That was what the November election was largely about the five questions on civilian Complaint Review Board ranked choice voting. Some budget reforms was some shifting of power away from the mayor to other officials in terms of guaranteed budget. An interesting set of reforms fell short on land. Use in terms of what people had expected expected but certainly a substantive set of changes to how the cities covered and obviously we'll see how the reforms play out those were significant they were. They were opposed vehemently by some the police unions and their allies. But really you know probably the biggest takeaway was question number one on the ballot which which was the approval full of ranked choice voting. And how that's going to impact city elections starting in twenty twenty one will be absolutely Fascinating and it's going to shake shakeup. The mayor's race among others fascinating race. Anyway well that was how it looked loss. All right as in one thousand nine hundred quite a year. We'll be back soon to talk about looms ahead in two thousand twenty. which will I'm sure even more fascinating? Until then Merry Christmas happy kwanzaa Happy Hanukkah happy Wednesday. I am Jerry Murphy. From city limits. He's been maximum. Gotten to have a great holiday in the greatest city in the world.

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"Investors Bank studio over at size in graduate Audie and geo on the fan simulcast across the country on CBS sports network. Good Wednesday morning crazy day yesterday around here. You had the Mets winning last night and ten after another Jerry's familiar on fortunate outing when he was also close to getting the job done. But he did not Yankees last night. Can't muster up enough offense. What they've been playing. So well when see sees a bat BIA gets his milestone of three thousand strikeouts. So that's a story for them. We had a tremendous time, and it was an honor to be at the NYPD foundation der last night MC that with US Fulmer. So is a crazy day the busy day and all started yesterday about eight fifty or so when I'll Duke said, I think Mike on the phone. Yes. With us angry, Mike francesa. Yes. Yes. Exactly. Good morning. Joe sounds like a little stuffed up this morning. I don't know. What happened? I don't know. Good job last night. I was I was pleasantly. I was surprised. But I thought you'd just you look like, you're Seamus. Like you handle these things all the time. Like are you like an all the time? Like, you do like M C stuff out of bellport and stuff like that. Or no, no, I did a golf tournament last year. But that was one of the only things I did really. So I'm just dabbling. I'm just getting my foot in the water of the stuff up thinking that glass, obviously, we did it because we love the NYPD foundation and Commissioner Jim O'Neill and everybody that puts on that. Unbelievable. Eventless raise over five and a half million dollars over two thousand showed up at the Hilton midtown, and you and I took up on the stage. I said look at how many tables here. Yeah. It was unbelievable. It was crazy. The NYPD foundation is not a part of the NYPD. It's actually a separate entity. It's public private partnership, and they raise money for all different sorts of programs at the NYPD does have in place, whether they be international terrorism programs or locally here. The cop shot program. There's the tipsters program. There's all these other different community policing programs that the NYPD foundation, and they also do scholarships and things of that nature for NYPD families, and then hand out some awards to some really amazing cops that have done unbelievable stuff within the community within the the fibers of New York City. So it was great to be their last night. It's great to see everybody. Congratulations to James Gorman. He's the CEO of Morgan Stanley, given unbelievable speech last night. Right. Really touched on everything about what the NYPD does for. So it was great to be a part of that last night. Meanwhile, all anybody wanted to talk about last night was getting you know, yelled at. Yeah. The second that we got out of the car to head into the Hilton last night. I mean, you couldn't even get one leg out of the car without some. Yell at you guys. Back into that. We get in there and more people. All unbelievable stuff this morning. So yeah, I mean it got around. I was actually a little silly me. Naive me. Yes. With all the crazy stuff that has gone on here at WFAN that this was just like a little one. Like this wasn't going to register in the way that it did yesterday. But there's like three articles in the post about it every single website that covers sports media talked about it. All anybody brought up. Yes. We we felt like we had to address it during the NYPD foundation because somebody people talked this morning as thing there you go. So anyway, you know, the fact of the matter is that it is it's WFAN and everybody listens. And obviously the NYPD we have a lot of big fans over there. And a lot of people that listen in their cruisers on their way to work and everything else. So they all heard everything yesterday. And they're having a lot of fun of our expense last night. But for us all I can tell you is that. It's bizarre land over here like two universes. There's the there's the reality one. And then there's the other one and every now, and again, we get dragged into the other one and the other one is kind of fun to be a part of for a little bit. And then you come out of it. And you're like, okay. You know, I landed on my feet them. Okay. So as I told the audience last night, we are all about de-escalate. That's right skating as Jim O'Neill the Commissioner would like to tell his NYPD, folks. Deescalate the situation, you know, handle yourselves with poise and grace, and and everything will be fine. So that's how we that's how we do things here. Now, speaking of poison grace, I almost threw shoe at the TV last night. Yeah. Watching Jerry's familiar and the thing about it as you and I were together. So we're looking at the Mets score, and we're following along on our phones and everything else. And all of a sudden he comes in great thinning? All right. So now is control in the baseball. Everything's fine. Obviously Edwin is not available. Well, so he's got to go for a two inning save. Yeah. This is. So I told you that so as we are standing together leaving the dinner I said, they're sending familiar out for a second inning. And you said, no, they're not. As it gets. They are is this is not gonna end. Well, and then two outs right away. Like nothing. Yeah. You don't the thing about it? Is that for me? I think is confidence wains a little bit. So after that eight inning eighth inning. I would've taken out of I don't care who the next guy. I it doesn't matter. Actually, drew gone. Yo did a right. And you don't you don't expect that to happen. But I would just say that sometimes you have to realize the situation in the environment. And I guess the environment was that Edwin was not available. This is why you have a million here. Just in case something like this happens where he has to go. Get six outs to me. I would have just taken them out. And I don't care who I bring in next just he did his job. I get them out of their met fans. Feel good about what he did. I a good taste in her mouth and all of a sudden five. Okay. Here we go. We're going to get it done. And then all of a sudden wheels come off. So if they bring in. Let's say drew gone, you know, in the nineties, and then are you are you saying, I'm just type of speaking. Are you saying why didn't you leave familiar with great me? I am not an and the reason I'm saying that is because of what has happened to familiar this year, you know, an bomb Mickey Callaway. I know that he gets paid ten million bucks a year. I understand. I also understand that he's a veteran and you want your veterans to set up in big spots. But I also have to recognize that there's a fragile psyche. That is a that of the athlete, and I gotta make sure that I'm protecting him in some way, shape or form the way to protect him. Last night would have been three outs. You're done sit down. You did your job. And you did really really well. So I'm kind of helping his psyche. And I know that effort it's easy to say that after the fact after he blew the save last night to say what I'm saying this morning, but I also know that leading up to what happened the familiar last night is the thing. That's troubling for me. So I wanna try to help him any way. I can in the way I would help them. Three outs down. Good. You did a great job. Awesome. We got you back on track now at somebody else's chance to go out there, and you had a two run lead. Yeah. I know. I know I couldn't believe he couldn't get that last out. I just I thought for sure he was gonna make you. Wet and he was going to be able to get the save. And he did not thank God. They lose the game. They end up losing the game. This is a much bigger deal. But they've got to figure him out. And Jason Vargas, by the way. I don't know if it's like, right? Now's the time to find apologized him. I don't know if it's quite the time yet, but I will say that ever since Harris Allen came in here, the great overnight anchor. Who was the one man on the Jason Vargas island who said you guys are two aren't on him. Celebrate Ori cream pie. Artem not me. Well, I think he's all the hosts at WFAN now. I was exceptionally hard on a more than you. But I think everybody sort of had the same take on Jason Vargas, most of the fan base to do. It's hard not to what we all have to have that guy. I think it's familiar also. Well, you know, it could be Syndergaard as well. I mean think about that. It's Jason Vargas last couple outings. He he's looked like the best pitcher on the staff compared to some of these other guys you wanna guy throwing eighty five miles an hour. Eighty five total pitches and going five and a third. That's that's your starter sodas these days. Yeah. Where he's coming from which is not giving him a chance gave them a chance. The last couple of outings, and he looks at different pitcher. He does he looks like his confidence is back in for him. It's all about location because he's not going to be blown anybody away. And he's been able to do that. But that's what I'm talking about with familiar like as soon as the wheel start to come off. It's like, oh here we go. And that's why maybe maybe early in the season. This is how you protect guys and you give them a chance to feel good about their performance. Now. Feels like crap. Yeah. You know? And I know that mckelway didn't really have another alternative until he had to get to the other alternative again. But I don't know. I just I feel bad for a million. But I also feel bad for me because I couldn't sleep. So then I had to watch the sharks and the Avalon, please, you know. So that was good that kept me up to. I mean how the second that game ended. I was done. I didn't. And I'm excited, actually. To hear him say excited. Dear Mickey Callaway, but I wanna hear what he says about Jerry's familiar playing going forward with them and all the stuff, but I didn't watch any post game. I was out. I was tired. I was out along day. A lot of reading articles about the show. Yeah. I said I said enough of this. I go to sleep. You went to sharks do have to you had to do. This is not like the NHL. Plus it can be lying. And then of course, you've got the NBA, and you've got John Shawn up last night. And by the way, here's the deal knick fans, we have to give one Jain norm collective hog to Kevin Durant. Get there's not a thing that he can do wrong serious. We'd love him. He needs to know that we love. Kevin durant? So there's more. Kevin durant? Come into the Knicks stuff while it's an unauthorized autobiography Agra fy coming out. It doesn't say there that he's leaving Golden State. But but what it says, basically is that there's going to be another the person who wrote this. It'd be very very careful here. The person who wrote this is. Intimating that Kevin Durant will strongly want to end his career somewhere else because he hates the perception of him jumping on his Golden State bandwagon. Even though he's won two championships. Two NBA finals MVP's, and he might get a third JP gyp another finals MVP he hates that that he wants a challenge and he wanted to be his team. And he went nuts when he saw the reaction of him, leaving Oklahoma City to go to the warriors, and he has not been able to shake that since and he wants end his career somewhere else with big challenge. That is one writers perception, right? What's going on with? Kevin durant? Yeah. Here's the thing that I would say Kevin Durant seems to be at least characterized in this particular of this book is like an insecure maniac. Well, yeah, I knew that he's seven foot. He's the best is the best basketball player or one of the best basketball players in the league. And if he comes in New York, you'll be heralded we w-. Will love him. We will hug him. I don't even know if that's the best thing. So we will. I think that he will he'll find some way to be driven. Whatever negativity is out there. He will gravitate migraine will say something it'll be well. He'll this. Holy don't need. It's fine. Right. This west that he's going on. We'll drive him enough. Even if we do embrace him, but he's just this some athletes, they need this. I think is thoughtful guy personally, I think he's a thoughtful guy, you know, and given everything that's going on in his life. And all that other stuff. You know, he has an east coast guy is from Washington DC. And I know that they also talk about ten landing spot being filled up. I can't see him going to Philadelphia. I just can't see them to Brooklyn. And I certainly can't seem to Washington. Yeah. Think clippers or the Knicks. Yeah. The clippers of the Knicks. It just depends LA or New York for him. Now, the clippers have a better everybody got a better Rosser in the next right now, but you can own the east coast thing I was thinking about this yesterday. Kyri in Boston. All right. I mean does that is he like the east coast guy? Right. And there's really not a like east coast vaster guy. He's he's a New York. He's a guy. No bahir. I know but I'm ever since LeBron east eastern time zone. Okay. So ever since LeBron went to the the west coast out to LA. There hasn't been like that transcendent this past basketball. So you wanna tell me, honest Janas, but these guys up tell you out that the Kupa, right? He's in he's in Milwaukee. That's not even. About Embiid or these guys are too young. I'm telling you, they haven't done it yet Durant. Immediately becomes the LeBron the ratings bonanza that LeBron was in the eastern time zone when he comes to the next he could own it because everybody talked about how the NBA on the east coast the rates went in the tank because LeBron was it around that he bore because there wasn't a big star like that. Now, they're stars. But there's not like the guy is how about this. How about the nicks do not get the first pick in the NBA draft. And they get like the second and third pick. Yeah. Now, if you're not going to if you're not all in on job rant. Would you trade that pick to get Anthony Davis? No because then you probably going to have to trade other pieces on the roster, and you can't afford to do that at this point. But if the rant says if the only way that you make a serious play for Anthony Davis Ziff, another guy's not signing. Yes. With that other max slot. But. The ideal thing to do would be of course, get atop three hopefully graduate to MAC. And then also I mean, and by the way, Dennis Smith junior Mitchell Robertson, Kevin knocks you want those guys on the team. Sure, you do you have to have them. Right. So that that is a good thing. So I don't wanna trade those guys in the pick. You want three players you want a young stud player one tour three, and you want to max contracts. That's what you want as opposed to to max contracts trading players away and not signing your draft pick. And I don't think it's possible for them to have Davis Durant and Kyrie I don't think it's possible and someone else could tell me maybe there's been an article written about it. I'll try to look it up. I don't think it's possible. If all of them and up wanting to get paid the max of what they should be paid. Which of course, they're going to because who who wants to be underpaid, especially being a big time athlete like that. But yeah, I mean, we're ready. You've always told me though, every time this comes up. You've always told me there's some like secret onto the table. I don't know if there's a secret under the table. I'm not sure about that. Everybody assumes that. Yes. There's some investments in one of Bob Kraft's ninety different companies. Right. And that that that easily could be possible. I mean with wealth management staff, I'm sure that handles Giselle. And Tom Brady's money. I'm sure that that in some ways, shape or form some of its co mingled with something that craft is doing somewhere, right? Whether it be overseas or whether Bahir in this country. So yeah, I would think that there are investments that are co mingled. Yes. I that would just be my my my cynical side saying, yes, there's definitely something there. So it is may first and two weeks from this Moyal, baby. Let's go weeks from this morning Wednesday. May fifteenth will be the morning after the NBA draft lottery where we will be talking about what happened. So we are that close. We are that close trying to think how I can how I can sway this whole thing. What putting pressure on Adam silver to fix it something he'd better fix it. Yeah. I mean, if he was smart, he would it's just a matter of his smart. He's very smart. Well, I know he's extremely smart. But it does Mark does he, but he also tried to he's probably so pissed that this was the year that he ended up tweak in the lottery because every other year, the Knicks would almost been guaranteed to get the first pick. But this was the year. He changed it. And he's probably thinking of doing this. This is the year you guys decide that completely tank and the Knicks finally did something that they had to do. Tanked to number one. Right. But it doesn't matter because there's two other teams at the same out chance and it's only fourteen inches. Saw. What happened with the Rangers Rangers? They played hard all year long, by the way, they just traded for Adam FOX local kid from Jericho you train fan, by the way, huge ranger fan. And he is he is going to live his dream to play for his beloved New York Rangers next year who have chance to be one of the starting defense on the Rangers. But the Rangers moved up in the the NHL draft lottery. Yeah. I think they moved up by four or five slots, so you just gotta hope that the Knicks. Don't have that happen in the NBA lottery. You wanna stay where you are? And you wanna come away with that number one pick like the devils, Scott? It's the morning show with Boomer Esiason in Gregg giannotti, boomer and geo. Jerry's familiar in the crosshairs again, so close to getting it done five outs. He got five outs. No problem that sixth one was allusive but the Mets come back and win in the. This though, it was pretty cool seeing about was family down there. Yes. Absolutely. I was a great moment. That really was a great moment and see soaked it all in and unfortunately for the Yankees, they got grenade. Yeah. Well, this lineup is going to run into a couple of good pitchers from time to time. And they're going to have that happen to this and to har- end Tula whiskey both played single a Tampa. And did play third base. Clint Frazier's running. He's going to be doing some arc running soon. So he should be activated by Friday. These are going to start coming back now and the little engine that could is going to become maybe the expensive engine that can't how about that. Jerry Recco is here with it update have been the best time dropped ever that that could have honestly been at his best work subtly of all time. Hey, Jerry, what's going on morning rates? On group scheduled appointment today to rake Tina service in our first class service at affordable prices. And that's where we start with the Yankees and the diamondback one to two Murphy pitch came out swinging. Sheridan. He has three strikeouts. He has three thousand next dot CC Sobat, the hall of fame. Wow. Pitcher to do that John sterling the call on the fan. Unfortunately for the Yankees, though, the moment which was pretty good for him. As he struck out the side there the night did not end well for the Yanks it on the ground, right? Beal there is a basic Tuchman field. I'm throwing and it's late on to second goes Flora's and gogo of old on and that is again Johnston. Wilmer Flores homers in the second than snaps a one with the RBI single there in the fourth Diamondbacks wound up beating the keys three one. Here's Sobat the thoughts on getting to three thousand this relief. You know, since the end of last year, you know, coming up short, you know, fortunately strikeouts. Kind of like the last thing I've been the only thing I've been thinking about for the last six months so and so he can now move on with things hall of fame. Right. No doubt. Here's boone. And he exactly says that he's all Famer. I mean. You know, this is one of those big numbers, you know, handful and numbers in our game. The only thing that's stinks. Brett Gardner says we she have won four. He's got who's not so worried about personal top Schmitz is the team. So, you know, unfortunately, that we weren't able to scratch a few more than tossing them the win today, but guys with three thousand strikeouts or not in the hall of fame Roger Clemens who's the other one Curt Schilling. Okay. Interesting about the five and a third gave up two runs with the five strikeouts. He finished the day three thousand into series finale this afternoon, Masahiro Tanaka taking on Merrill, Kelly this abbreviated two game series. We'll have it on the fan at three pm as for the Mets. So here they were taking on the reds last night. All was good through the eighth and then into the ninth. Yes. Jerry's familiar blows the six out save as the Diamondbacks score coupled ties, but in the tenth. Pete Alonzo one laseyette from the belt his pitch on hard. Right. This one plenty put up week near the wall. He makes the catch in front of the fence Davis tax third. He scores. A lot went to with a sec lie. That's Wayne Randazzo. CBS eighty JD. Davis led off the inning with a double. He scores the winning run Mets for reds three as even up the series at a game pieces. They will play again later tonight the inning as mentioned started with Davis at the plate. Good work done by Mickey Callaway as he says to put bat together against that guy. Is is unbelievable glaciations. Here's Calloway on his boy, Jeff McNeil what a drag bunt earlier in this game. Didn't work out. The first time went back to the second. And got it done got the running from third he came in and said that's bag baseball. And that's where we went to college. They were called the dirt bags long state was big baseball. He says this is what I do. I play their bag baseball that does probably definition right there. I mean bonding with the gun third base. You know, just doing everything you can get the guy over. Facturing runs, and that's he did it on his own. He did do it on his own baseball. I like it. That's how we're going to be playing softball this year guys dirtbag softball. I want some happiness attempts run down first base. I wanna see people diving into home plate. I wanna see some action from you people that you like about McNeil to is that he actually scouted Cincinnati the night before and had this in his head. Align their yesterday actually told chilly today, you know, if I gotta get up to do it third base. I'm gonna I'm gonna do it. And then try and they never ever just. Got it. So just just remembered dirtbag baseball. I'm not forgetting that one or so you're saying for the softball team you want Palade steals. Her bag you base Sturt bag softball against the Hebrew home already softball games. We are not we are not giving in. All right. I'm with you. We're not giving up. That's what you say. Skip got it. We're in full in line. Here was Mickey Callaway thoughts on familiar outing. So again that was lights out for five outs. So then he can he strokes familias ego. He's gotta take pride that. He he got five big outs in this game tonight shed as he didn't get those out. We don't win the game. He's gotta take pride five big outs. And then sucked after those big outs. You know, what I wanted to say just wants to he needs the bear down it. Oh, he got five outs. He's gotta get a six. That's what we have here. That's why we're paying him. Nobody Ellen right. He's got a bear down. And he's got to get that final out. Yeah. And I know what he's you know, he's he's Mr. positive, right? He's like we're gonna love our players like they've never been loved before. It's also Brody thing to Brody wants all positive situations. So it's Brody was positive as watching the reds run around the base path. He's probably but he's positive this morning. Right. And he'd probably pas, okay, fine. They tied it up. But we're going to win. We're going to be the best versions of ourselves. That's a big broady van wagon quote. We're going to be the best versions of ourselves. The greatest that we can be every single day we wake up if it's cloudy, there's sunshine. I don't care. What you see? It's what you feel. Here's familiar when I think of what I see Alary morning, sunshine sunshine, and then there's eddies he's he's a little cloudy, and then there's Jerry happy guy of the grew storms Bruin. Here's a familiar translator. What happened nothing really changed? I really doing the same thing. I try to same thing. And I know some some of the kind of stayed over the plate a little bit. And it was those singles I kind of did the damage. Yeah. Give runs. Here's a Lonzo. Great having the game winner. Awesome. I mean is really cool to come up clutch in spot like that. I mean every game's important, and I'm just really happy. I could come through for the boys fifteen and fourteen tonight. Maybe Jacob degrom can solve his issues. He takes on Anthony disclu funny later this evening at city field. Also of note the rays were rained out the two and a half out now in the AL. The Red Sox did win again last night. They beat the as five. One of play better bass going for sure playing better baseball dodgers beat the giants ten to three nationals. Also cardinals three two in the Phillies. Lost buddy. Yeah. They lost nationals won national Phillies. Both how about that. Nice. So the midst now one game out to the NBA playoffs at Golden State Warriors and rockets and to series lead for Golden State, Gerald green white hand dribble mass downstairs Dow. Have been fouled on the kind of undercutting one. Oh, wait ninety six warriors all the game minute gonna cut it off. But I figured let's leave the pumpkin. Yeah. For people who don't talk. You warriors radio radio radio. Sounds like a bad ventriloquist act where the play by play guy is the human. And then the color guy the puppet swing back onto Gerald green white hand dribble past outskirts. Dow. About have been fouled on the undercut. Hundred. Let's sing sold about. Real real. Warriors beat the rockets. One fifteen one nine green another near triple double, fifteen points, twelve rebounds, seven assists, twenty nine for Kevin Durant. Here's Steve curl. We did was when the games we were supposed to win nothing has happened yet. So we gotta go down to Houston and be ready to play because you know, how good they are. We know how hard they're gonna plan. Here was green happy to move beyond all the foul nonsense. Disheartening? For game that I love since. I was a child to see the talk over the last few days. It was nothing about basketball and everything about foul. Call exactly what it was. Yeah. I know I'm so happy said that that was discouraging to me to James harden got hit in the face in this game. Did come back in raked across the is is Mike dantonio. Call at Harvard twenty nine points on nine of nineteen shooting. He said he had trouble after being poked. We'll see. Early could see. Jesus. That's a good barely see. Did he got some I go I understand that something happens to this team when they play the the warriors in the playoffs. How many three point attempts to have last night a lot? We're talking about the. Not being I'm not sure, but he didn't take as many as I expected. Healy shot harden himself only nineteen field goal attempts for the games couldn't say he couldn't say say say so. I could see I know trying to think. Boston Milwaukee shot forty seven threes and their game. I know that I'm not sure what the number is for Houston. Again when only shoots nineteen GIO. What's a matter that these computers on them? I have faith that the computers here. Yes. I just bring in my own. I know Evan does it. He's been doing it for years. I gotta start doing who. I actually. Yeah. That's evan. Yeah. It's got to ipads, and computer. Yeah. Really? Nassau in front of. So let's see a loser. Nestle nasa. So the rocket forty three you say retainer, I say potato what the rockets tempted forty three was them any. Yes, they were seven how many Harding take Hardin had kind of seven. I know they call the foul and one of them and he got the three free throws. We have seven three of seven not bad for him. Did you realize that you feel like it was Val or the like he got the foul call? I didn't see the play. I just read that they call the foul and a three point attempt. Well, CBS sports number cat it. I think or did they not I don't know. I was looking up the threes. But yeah. It's another excuse though. That's built into the rockets whole Zagan swept. He was blind. Yeah. Right. Exactly. Ripped across the is. I barely could see you got shop ready. Chris Paul last last year with the game seven injury said of the officials Costas eighteen points shut up his play. If I was a rockets fan, I would be living at this team live. It wouldn't be at the officials wouldn't be anything else. It'd be about this group coming up excuse every single game bucks. Beat the Celtics won twenty three one zero to even that series at one and one tough night for kyri Irving nine points. He was four of eighteen from the floor or any added pressure when you're shoot like that. There's no extra burden. This is what I signed up for what Boston traded from before. So and so he's figure it out honest and denim Kupa had twenty nine points, ten rebounds that the Kuku compile and pool. Poop poop. Boo. Said that kupuna woke up it was hitting shots from all over the floor on poo poo poo right into the net. Do. On a fat tonight game two nuggets and blazers in Denver. You've also got rawley game. Three for the islanders hurricanes coverage on radio dot com at seven we will join it on the fan after the Yankees. The Rangers acquire Harvard defensemen, Adam fog Carolina, thirty seven th pick in this draft. And something about a second pick too. They can go up. So it's basically to pixie there to to number two or two and a three and a good signing. It's a good way to utilize your assets to get a young player who just turned twenty one years of age, and he was a hoagie hobey Baker award finalist and an all American so edition for the New York Rangers sharks beat the avalanche. Four two for a two one series lead blue jackets to one lead in the Bruins with their two one victory last. All right. Thank you, Jerry. It's the morning show with Boomer Esiason and Greg nutty boomer and geo to Yankees islanders NBA playoffs. I'm sure some people call us about Mike as well. Eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six we will get to your calls in just a second did mentioned at the top of the show was an honor to stay next boomer and emceed the NYPD foundation gala last night and the best part of it for me was standing up and reading the stories and presenting the hammered awards to the. Five incredible officers, and he said, wow, you seem like you did that before just the inspiration. You got from those stories and reading about them prior to that. There was no way I was messing up those introductions these young folks who have done in amazing job in their careers. Don't know why those stories don't make it on the front page of the papers. Right. I know they really should every single one of them. So those people were saieed alley Jason Anna's Aghassi quad teasha EPs Damon Martin and Rosemary machen Thala and the top of the year brought the house down doll treve and his incredibly tragic story. But yet inspiring story on top of it and commissioned O'neil presenting copy year award was about as emotional as it gets. I wish everybody could have heard Commissioner, Neil speech. Introducing doll show and his family and what he has been through. And you could hear it in the Commissioner's voice, the passion, the emotion, the anger, the just the level of respect that he has for his officers. And if you don't know doll shes story, I suggest you take five minutes and read about it. And realized just exactly how dangerous it is the NYPD officer on the streets or in the subways or. On the bridges you name it they're out there and there and last night. This was an eye opening experience. I think for anybody for somebody who's never been a part of it. It really opens your eyes what the hell is going on. And how important these people are? So I think what you said, right? There is just absolutely perfect. Those officers all needed to be recognized. They were all heroes in all of our is. They all got standing ovations last night and dodge avai, his family, basically got the loudest of all of them and our hearts, go out to his family. And we wish them nothing. But the absolute best going forward. All right. Let's get to some calls talk about what happened in sports anything else last day or so it has been nuts. Let's go to Chris. And on what's going on? Chris. Forget about the fact that two million cost us the two thousand fifteen World Series. You have to remember the calls. You got the day after we resigning which I thought was joke. I thought somebody's mess with me from your fan base going crazy on this move. Yeah. And this is why you have a rough streak you need guy late in in in the in the game, closer, whatever to lock it down that when keep moving other side, you have a winning streak you gotta keep it moving. This guy will blow it every single time. He rips the heart out of your chest. And you invest three hours in a game. And he doesn't that? I'd rather see Vargas twelve in the first inning turn it off. And do something else. This guy suck. He needs to go away. Should never be. I can't look at it for three more years, and you're not alone. And I remember boomer, and I we defended the familiar move that morning after it happened, and we were fighting people off left, and right and my take at the time was and clearly in April. It's been wrong is that back into the bullpen guys generally are up and down. And you're not counting on. Familia to be your closer. Because you've gotten one of the best closers in baseball. He's going to be a setup guy. Jerry's familiar has one of the best closer seasons in the history of the Mets organization. We know that when he's on his game. He could pitch city field. He could be great met. He's just been awful this year. And I wonder what the contract that he got and Brodie van wagons approach that we saw with Travis Dr. No, what do you do? Jerry's familiar if this continues because you cannot have Jerry's familiar high leverage situations if this continues for another month, but that's why said Mickey Callaway could could've done. Everybody a favor last night. And just giving them the eighth inning and put whoever in after words, even even though we all know what was going on last night. We all understood what was happening you have done. Everybody a favor set. Jerry's down after the eighth inning today. What did great and you did your job? And that's all there is to it. And we're going to go to somebody else because we're not we're not gonna put you in that situation to lose the game. Now. Because we're hearing from the Mets fan we're hearing. I'm sure the the thousand people that were left there in the stadium was empty once again late in the game. You could probably feel the and the stress in the from the fan base that was there because I feel it. I know you felt it and we were actually talking about it before it even happened. I know and you told me, okay. They got a million. He got the three outs eighth as good sit them. Now. I said sit them down. And then you said was available. I don't care. I don't really care. I bring Syndergaard out give a crap who you put out there. Just don't put him back out there. And they did. And he was fine. I two hours complete meltdown again. But it's it's I'm sure it's frustrating for those guys because he does have his ball moves ridiculously it moves so much. Sometimes he gets out there. You can't control it. And that's what happened to him two nights ago. And then last night, it's just like, okay. They can't hit it. It. He's doing fine. And then all of a sudden the wheels come off. And that's why just like if you've Mickey Callaway don't you have to manage that a little bit. Like, don't you have to protect him from his perspective is like, wow, what a great cleaning familia. I'm going to send them back out there. His confidence is up. He's going to he's going to do this was close to. But. Yeah, I agree saying this after the fact because I told you this last night as I know, I just who else were you at that point, easy, clean eighth-inning. He's thinking this is this is where I'm going with it. I didn't have the biggest problem with it to be honest with you. But I mean, it's just amazing. The guy can't get out of his own way. We might have to use Harris. Allen Jerry's familiar. He was as he was belting down. I was just thinking about our conversation that had happened. Ten minutes earlier. Yeah. I know absolutely, man. I can't believe that this is happening. I just can't. I mean, and it just it goes so fast that it's almost like you can't get out of it. He can't get out of his own way. And that's what's scary about a guy. Like that is it's it's not just a little bit. Jacob degrom at his best like a work himself in in and out of jams. You know, of course, his last couple of in bed, but will put a couple of guys on base. Bear Jerry's familiar for the most part, even the other knife. He got bailed out a double play with Frazier. But for the most part guys get on base. I mean, it's just gasoline. And even Mickey Calloway said the night for a guy that has been victimized by the dribblers. He needed to have the ball hit the somebody hearts, we can turn that double play. He needed a break. So he recognizes as well. And I think he probably thought exactly what you thought you had a clean eighth inning. Let's put them back out there. There's two outs. Everybody's getting ready to start shaking hands. And before you know, what the wheels come off. And all hell breaks loose. You know, I was just thinking about this in terms of managing players and putting them in the right spot. The feel good about their performance if I'm Adam gays I want Sam darnold to throw forty touchdown passes this year. So. When I'm inside that five yard line. I'm going to have all sorts of past place that are going to lead the touchdown passes from my young quarterback. I want my young quarterback to have stud statistics. Now, these are things that I'm not going to discuss publicly. These are things that I'm going to keep internally to me. I know how important Sam is to our fan base into our rebuild. And to who we now hope hope to become with our leading quarterback. I need to make sure that I am going to put him in a situation where he is going to flourish. And he's he and his personality and his way of playing is going to take over this team that should be the number one priority for Adam gays to make sure that you build up your quarterback to be superman, and you put him in a situation to make sure that that can happen. And that's why I think when you manage people like Mickey Callaway managing now. Jerry's familiar he's managing the fan base. And I know you don't wanna listen to the fans because she'll be sitting with the fans if you listen to the fans, but that doesn't mean that you can't. Manage your player to make sure that they come out of a game. Feel good about themselves much like he's managing bargain. He knows the wheels come off for that. And he takes out of the game. And he's kinda rebuilt him a little bit. So I think he needs to do some of that for familiar. That's why I was saying last night. Okay. Got eighth inning. Get them out of here. Let's go to Kenny in Monroe tap happened. Kenny. Hey, guys. What's happening? Hey, listen, man. I love you guys in a huge Yankee fan and huge baseball fan. And when I tell you I'm watching the kids on the Yankees. And then I go back and forth to the Mets because I'm one of those guys that gets made fun of because I just like New York teens I root for everybody. But I mean Anky thin, and I gotta tell you when I see McNeil play. That's that's the way I was taught. I'm forty two years old and I've been playing baseball into thirty eight years old. That's the way you play. He slaps at it. He just goes he dives at first base. That's the way we've been taught that way. Frederick plays that way too. It's all. Also, nothing one hundred miles an hour and you play your ass off. And you and you don't take anything for granted. That's exactly that's why fans love those guys. You know, it is funny with cesspit us out with Stanton out with Gary Sanchez was out. He's back. But some of these guys are like big home run guys all or nothing guys without them. You get a lot of these spark plug guys spark plugs on each team, but just spot plug guys whether it's GO or shallow or Tuchman. Or Clint Frazier when he's healthy or McNeil or JD Davis a bunch of these guys that baseball traditionalist love now, is it sustainable with the talent level. We'll find out because her bunch of bags. Here's the deal. We have our own bag baseball guy. You know, it is art dirtbag baseball guy, dirtbag baseball our softball team. Yeah. Amassed alone. You know, he's to quaffed. He's he's he looks good. He's quaffed, and I wouldn't say no ceelo is he Bank, and now I feel like I play with a lot of dirt bags not really this really one. That's out there. Trying to kill everybody guy out there. Trying to kill everybody. Honey badger. Okay. Yeah. Right. That's fair. I was thinking if the islanders get eliminated at least we'll get a boost or softball roster. That's true. But we're not looking forward to that. Right now. Are we well it's just a little bit of a consolation prize? Right. I'd like to see that move on Callan matter thinking about our softball team right now. I don't expect them to just me personally. We'll get a little bit of a boost. They're just thinking about just somehow they to get the puck into the net. Somehow. So I was thinking for Mets fan. Yes. Some to think about in the next couple of minutes, who is your least favorite baseball player. That's played for another team not a met because we can tend to hate our own right? But the your least in the last. Let's say ten years your least favorite opponent think about who that guy is. And I could almost guarantee that the majority of people are going to say this guy, and that guy is going to be in our studio today. So think about that. I will tell you that person is, and I bet if you put up a poll or ask most people say this guy, and we're going to have this guy in studio. That's awesome. Yep. So that's going to be a lot of fun to mooning show with Boomer Esiason and Greg nutty boomer and geo joining us in studio them hour and a half from now. Maybe a little bit less is one of the most hated players for Mets fans in the history of the organization said about the last ten years two guys for the Atlanta Braves that come to mind that were more nineties early two thousand this guy took the place of those guys immediately after that John rocker, which was sort of short lived. But he said that seven train thing. And basically said everybody on the subway was mutants in these horrible things that he said, you're just a jerk. So that that was quick the Chipper Jones was very long hatred that happened with Chipper Jones and then came along chase utley chase utley is hated for a couple of reasons. One very specific incident, as we know the slide in twenty fifteen Rueben to Hotta, but also he owns the Mets just like Chipper Jones that he owned the Mets and whether. He was on the Phillies didn't matter the guy would just terrorize the met. So today joining us in studio will be chase utley. And it's going to be very very difficult thing for me, and you to be able to talk to this guy without some of that coming out. You gotta you gotta touch all that. And I think he probably relishes the fact that he's like an anti met guy, anti hero guy. Didn't he get into like what he was introduced all sort game was Yankee Stadium where they the hell out of them. Yeah. And then he looked into the or looking into the fans gave. Bleep you. Yeah. And then of course, we have a guy. He's got a love it. Right. Yeah. And of course, we have a guy on the staff here. Bobby Dwyer in the back who generally can pick an athlete. He loves boomer boomers is favorite athlete of all time. Played hard. I played smart. However, I think is second favorite athlete of all time, man. He named his son after is chase utley. So Bob Dwyer named his son chase because Bob Dwyer's affiliates fan named his son chase. So he is all jacked up became in here in the break. He's got a he looks not like us about the meat is hero. Bob dory. Put on like a unicorn a rainbow unicorn t-shirt very very happy. But I said why? All right. So you're a chase utley superfan. He's coming in today. You're going to get a picture with them and you've got a rainbow unicorn t-shirt on what is that about a cash should've put on jersey. Yeah. But don't you feel like he always reflect? The Phillies perfectly. Oh, yeah. That's that's the thing. The guy. I'm sure he can't stand New York, fans course, probably loves the fact that there's a lot of tension there. Yeah. There's going to be a lot of people pay that we have on the air. Why? We'll just because they hate his guts. What do you mean? Why isn't he working with kids now? Something as long as you're working with kids. Good. It doesn't matter. What you've done in the past. Why is chase coming? He's doing something with MLB. I didn't look at the specifics. Oh, okay. All right. I should print that out chase. I one hundred percent. I said chase utley coming in here where he's going. Oh, yeah. We're interested. He's like Sean Avery of baseball players. I wonder how like when he's walking the streets of New York. How that goes can't be good. And I'm sure Evan. I could just picture Evan going onto stinking piece of crap. You are the worst. Shame on you. Shame on you for breaking my players leg. You are the stinking worst. You Evan would actually confront chase utley. He may. I don't know. But I do know is that you want chase on your team. Yeah. You want the grinder on your team? What you want? I know. I would go. I mean, he was guys great career. I'm just saying that we have a guy who may not be as edgy as as chase was as he got older, but Jeff McNeil plays the same way. He does these not talented. He's a grinder. I will give you that. I will give you that. But this is going to be tough. And you know what? Sometimes I don't want to meet those guys that you don't like in sports, right? Because you're gonna in them. I couldn't stand Brett farve because I was not that. I didn't respect the way couldn't stand the guy, and I have not met Brett farve yet doing the stuff that we've done I feel like if I met Brett farve, then I would probably love breakfast. And he ended up being Viking. And I hated that took a long time for me to one one games for you. They should air. Well, bountygate. Right. Right. Absolutely. So that there's a little bit of that. But I only felt like he was on the Vikings to screw the Packers. Didn't like that. He was never going to be our guy. So. Sometimes you don't wanna meet the guy that you hate you want to continue to hate the guy. Well, here's Joe in New Jersey. Joe what's happening, brother? Good morning fellers. The only person I need more than Roger Clemens in dirtbag. Chase. Him then garbage. I think we should take calls. You know what Joe called back when chases with us? We could take some some from fans. Chase. What do you think about that? How take some calls with chase with that. Definitely. You think he would be? Maybe he seems like a guy that would embrace something like that. Under midway skiing, of course, arrogant. He would absolutely love it too. Yeah. This is going to be fun. It's going to be great actual call after call garbage. Instead, you Eric. Arrogance. Credit for wanting to come on this morning. Yeah. Do you think that he is aware of the hatred? Oh, he has to sometimes we as athletes we live in a bubble. We have no idea. What the hell's going on out there in the world? Like, no as well on fire. Yes. No. Maybe who's involved. What's going on? We don't know. Yeah. It'd be different. This is his life. This is in Venezuela. I mean, he's when he is every time that he played in queens as a member of an opposing team, he got his ass booed role. Do you think when he's in New York, and he's going to go out to dinner that uses his name as a reservation? No, probably not probably not now. He's lucky that there's two baseball teams here. So it's not all Mets fans, remember too. I mean, this was a big deal got Buddha Yankee Stadium for the for the all star. Yeah. But there was also the Mets were trying to get retribution on chase. And remember that whole deal Collins, you gotta you know, my my ass is going to be in the jackpot unbelievable. Yeah. So I mean, he he knows what the deal is much like much like the NBA in the drama surrounding all these MBA playoffs and the back and forth between the players, and the coaches and who's flopping and who's doing all this other crap. I mean, that's kind of what chase was for the Mets during during the two thousand fifteen season. That's basically who he was came. Right. Of course, we've got to see him in the in the playoffs. The dodgers of all teams and that happens. Right. And then that happens goes the cherry of the top of the cake right there Sunday. Yeah. That's I hope he wants to take calls. Great. That would be amazing. It's going to Neil in Greenwich. What's going on? Morning or you. What's happening? Nothing. Listen, I listened to that Francesca calling yesterday. And I used to I to his show for almost thirty years. I was a big fan of his one of the loyal fans. But. In the last year. I just I just kinda got into specify. A fraud blowhard and I called in yesterday. I wish you guys did a nice job of being respectful and kind of let him hang himself with his rant and looking like a fool, but I wish you guys just told him to shut up because he kind of came on your show and felt like. I told you guys down and kind of felt like it was sort of boss me, Ron. Around. You know, what Neil? There's two takes on. This one has been. I wish you guys would of yelled at him because he pushed you around the other take is you handled it perfectly because he's a maniac, and you guys aren't and you took the high road and everything that he said spoke to the type of guy that he is in the type of guys that you are now I'll be honest with you initially when it was over. I was like man you want to shoulda yelled back at him because you got to go after the guy is trying to push you around backing them. And then I said, my instinct, I usually follow my instincts in this in these type of situations, and I followed my instinct, my instinct was that's not who I am. And sure as hell don't want to be like him that has been my goal in this business since I've gotten to this is I don't want to be that. I don't wanna be the screaming maniac at sixty five years old. That's everything he's ever wanted. So if I had I would have been really disappointed in myself if I started screaming. Back at him. Because I said, you know, what I'm no better. I'm no better. How can I sit here and criticize his behavior of acting exactly like him? So that's a little insight into why that happened. I know some people are going to perceive it as all you guys back down you had your opportunity. I don't look at it that way. And by the way, I think if you look at the articles that were written about it this morning, whatever I'd still rather be us than him because it looks. I mean, he looked like a crazy person yesterday, right? Well, I think that would have been a little tweak them in that sense did hand theirselves while very respectfully. And he's just. Loses. Credibility every day. You know, so hopefully, he goes away. Beijing on thanks for the call the amazing as we allow people to call in and just drill guy. That's on our station. What you think about it? And we're not trying to look we're just trying to be transparent. I think what people saw is what we deal with every day around here or other people deal with every day around here. So it's unfortunate. But at the for us, I kind of had a good laugh at it. Yeah. As the day went on. I felt I felt more comfortable with like here we go again. Yeah. Right. Thought you guys are going to be on the back page yesterday. Hold on a second. Why would it be me? Because his he's like, he's yelling at you. Twenty yelled, you shut up because you wanted to get his point across get some ratings and just learn how to do show. But also you were the one who opened up the criticism of him yesterday trailed Colt is commented. So I thought that to be honest with you so in for the peoples that you can stand up to go back to November. And look at the back page of the New York Post read that article and all the stuff I said, certainly standing up to them then, but when he called up here, we go this is this is boomer and Mike the gloves are off, and I'm just going to have a front row seat here. That's what I thought was going to happen. It didn't end up going didn't realize what he said he said on the Mike's on app, right? Do I pull context which I still think which was gone back and back after this posted? I still don't think he said the stuff that he claimed to have said with us yesterday. And I didn't. Did we ever questioned whether or not he had a relationship with they've or not care if he does or not like he has relationship with everybody said he I went back and listen to it. He said he did not. He does not have never had. Right. But we had a caller who called in who said that he did have a pipeline into the giants and had a relationship with them. But we don't know the truth. We don't know it just seemed like everything was lining up like Mike had the information right for everything that happened with the giants. And that was the I don't know if he was seemed to me like he was mad at that. Then no. I think it now that we said that he had a relationship that because that was an accurate though, that was part of what he was angry at, but he was mostly angry at the Corey Ballantyne stuff because he felt the need to defend himself there because that clip that we played yesterday, and the clip that's getting a ton of criticism that Ballantine's own father has responded to and just just just also understand. I did say GIO yesterday GIO. There's a family that is burying their son. Yeah. And I'm not going to sit here and argue over whether or not somebody has a relationship with the general manager of a local sports team over his comments about a guy that got shot. Going to sit here and argue back and forth about the importance of that because that is not important the big picture of things when you're talking about somebody who lost her life. Right. Exactly. I said at the end of the show yesterday. I mean, the whole thing feels weird with subject matter. I said sometimes in this this cesspool in which we exist in you get it's tough to focus on the real issues, and you have to and he's he's all about defendant himself in a maniacal way. But really, what are we talking about for talking about a real tragedy here? So we can't lose sight of that. I did I did mention that at the end of the show was well, and that's why this isn't about like, oh, you're doing my impersonation. Or you criticize my interview with whomever about about something serious. Let's go to ET Teaneck ET. What's happening? Doing this morning. And I'm starting to master industrial organizational psychology, and I'm happy to offer. My pro Bono work in two years. When I when I'm done every I need workplace strife happy to help out. I just wanna see productive and a smooth organization running and it just killed me. So much fighting infighting, and you know, talking on each other's that goes back. I'm happy to help in whatever way. I can't. Well, we're not talking about. We're not talking about somebody behind their back. I mean, we've trying to be as transparent era. We don't want to get too personal things. But at the for us, I think you got a glimpse of what things are around here when we're not we're not here. Yes. It is true. We usually out of here by eleven o'clock in the morning. There's a lot of happiness around here between five and eleven. I think well, I think I think all the way up here and a happy, right? No. I don't see you got strife around here me strike strife with Joe be there for a while a long time ago. Yeah. Getting autographs from our guest guest awhile ago. You didn't like that didn't like that. But we have since patched everything up and all. Strike over here free. I'm trying to think that might have some strife now. Anti-strike? Yes. No. When I listen to him, and he does his drops. And he's taken zingers that people that that kind of creates. I'm sure some strife, I'm just going for the laugh. Yeah. No, strife guy. I used to have more strife. I don't have as much strife those big strife guy. Tasr? Oh, he's a big shot. He gets. Anxiety and everything else all wrapped up into one. Ball hate strife pumped into his veins daylight gasoline. The Andrew Marsh, not the Andrew Martian is the Bruins guy. More marshawn Brad Marchand. He's the Brad more Sean of WFAN a little ball hate. Yeah. We seem to be cool. I had I had I had a heart to heart with the last night. We had him on. So no strife there. Listen, you gotta understand doing entertaining radio show. That's the point. I'm not like, you know, you can't take personally, you know, Brian in Manhattan, Brian. What do you want? Bouma. Did I just hear you compare Jeff McNeil to chase grinder? He's third bag themselves. They call Siliguri basement. I said, I hope I didn't say that. He is like lived up to everything that chased by by way of accuracy is not going to be a hall of Famer. And also did you say oh Cape. Elliott uses name at restaurants when he makes a reservation in New York. How many met fans could actually put the restaurant that chase the number one? Right. Probably not going to add. I thought you yesterday because there was a story of a guy who was ruining the ending of avengers to the people that were waiting online to go into the movie, and that sounded exactly like you was that, you know, wasn't me but GIO I actually yesterday. I thought you after after my call an actually dress you down. I I really did. I went to church I lit a candle. Spry church that nice. Also to fact that you know, you got you got to use at home abuse at work. It's not. There's no there's no abuse anywhere. Brian. None whatsoever. Right. A churchgoer. Church. You got a feeling that? He just said that he doesn't really go to church. Brian is unbelievable. He's that guy. Who is just absolutely the thorn in the side of everybody of everybody is chase of callers. Yeah. Definitely is the morning show with Boomer Esiason and Greg nutty, boomer and geo. Jerry Recco is back to the updates get right to what's happening Jerry run to London. Visiting experts Americana manhasset, east Hampton, and Westfield World Trade Center start with the last night because a pretty cool moment for C Sobat. The despite the fact that the Yankees did lose to the Diamondbacks. Three one one two two. Murphy pitch swing. He has three strikeouts. He has three thousand next CC about the hall of fame. And no doubt about John sterling call here on the fan as we mentioned the three thousand strikeout does come in a loss. Yankees falling era. Zona the first of two game series about the striking out the side. Four three thousand finished with five strikeouts on the night as he went five in third did take the loss giving up two runs. It was manage Aaron Boone good for getting this done. Just really happy for him and his family to to get to be a little bit part of it is is giving out to do the post game press conference with his kids sitting down with them. He says all right. We got three thousand now we move on. So actually have done and over with and now just worry about the season ultimate goes trying to win games. He's now seventeen twelve Wilmer Flora's of all people did them in last night a home run on the second inning. And then an RBI single in the four. Snapped the one one Arizona never looked bags that ranking seven and two thirds for the win. He struck out seven at city field. You're the Mets and the reds second of a four game series. And the Mets were just moving right along three one in the eighth. Jerry's familiar comes in. And you wonder why he pitched the second inning? I know you guys weren't weren't home seven pitches in the clean quick clean. Even reason. Just to sit them down. Gee on this when he threw seven pitches, and then you take them out and you blow that game. You will be roasting Calloway for the next week. I know I know especially with the options that you had saying Jerry our together. And we were watching it on the phone. And when when familiar got through the eighth, what did I say said take about great is I'm not disputing. What you I'm not trying to second guess here. I was I guessing in in real time at the moment that it was happening twang ground ball up the middle base hit going into center field. This game is tied. The Renton on his way to thirty dives without a throw at rents have tied at against familiar to runs into the nine three two three game. There were two out. And nobody on jarash familiar has come undone yet again how we roll. Hewlett breaking our hearts, and so it was three three. They would go to the tenth and the Mets would get a leadoff double from JD Davis. Jeff McNeil a base. It would bring up Pete Alonzo with the winning run on third. To to win the game. That goes to the core. We get a. On into sort of the winning. What is janey Davis the mix of fashion? And when it. Cohen on us and y previously we heard how he rose CBS eighty four three or final score Alonzo with the game winner there as for the other stuff. Here's Mickey Callaway fifteen and fourteen he says got the win, but we can be so much better. We're not satisfied with what our record is right now. So we're going to never be satisfied until the very end in the last man standing well. Jerry's familiar could've been the last man standing last night. He could have stood on the mound with the two winning save. He did not hear was Calloway on familia. He made some really good pitches throughout the night. Just didn't put the latte. Didn't get that third out. Once you get two strikes. Two outs. Nobody on in the ninth before the roof caved in basically happens for the Mets the other way. I'm sure it has. But it's hard to actually think of it right now. Yeah, you're probably right. It's not often doesn't happen often. Feel like it happens a lot to us bunch of dirt bags these. As because Jeff McNeil and where he played in college. And he is taking that mentality to Citi field last night. He had a drag bunt that drove in a run. Here was Calloway impressed to see it after he attempted the first one, and it went just foul. He kept on staring down at the first base on new. He's going to do it. Again. He did do it again. And even said in the post game, he was stunned that Cincinnati never adjusted. So he did it again, and it worked he got a base it drove the running this me. That's how I was taught to play the game. And that's almost gonna play the game. Here's a lawns. Oh, says this McNeil guy really is something like five or five or something. Like that for sorry. Four five. I mean, I mean he he put me in that situation as a clutch hit. Yeah. It was and putting them in the situation moving JD Davis to third with his base it. And so the Mets do get the game tonight. Jacob degrom takes on Anthony Sclafani should note that Vargas was not bad a third last night better than not bad. And that's a couple of starts in a row now. So he's better than it had been better than synagogue. His last two starts better than to is. Last. Celebrate Tori cream pie have to acknowledge that Harris Allen. Who is the only man who was defending Jason Vargas are came in here. It said you guys after relax. He was right. We're going to have to get him in here to tell us about Jerry's familiar of this continues. But yeah, good for Vargas, not bad Tigers beat the Phillies three one. You also had the Red Sox winning as they beat the as five to one Rick Portillo eight scoreless innings and while Manny Machado is not exactly lighting the world on fire and San Diego. The Padres did beat the Braves four three Fran meal race homered twice. Drove in three runs there. And the dodgers get their first Homer from Justin Turner of the season. They beat the giants tend to three or the NBA playoffs out and Oakland, Golden State and Houston, and Kevin Durant continues to have a monster postseason looted into Kevin. Vise on the white apple topic. Kevin Durant is curry flash by provide a little bit of a screen. It's one four ninety two K D with twenty two Tim ROY without his buddy there on warriors radio. One fifteen one nine the final score Durant with twenty nine on the night. He says when did the job I was just like to urgency. Night. They made some tough ones they made some good shots show. We just play hard and played hard. Got it done. You also had James harden going for twenty nine in the laws. He was poked in the eye is Mike dantonio. I got rate came out briefly went back in so media asking Steve Kerr he's ever played after being poked in the eye. No, never mind. Right hand side to get hooked in the eye when you're on the bench cheer. So usually just cheering the guys on one time some of my team of elbow. Yeah. Wasn't like he was the twelfth guy on it. Yeah. I know. Humble, he is that they're going to. We'll James now with an patch. Here's Mike dantonio bases. We're almost there. Four five plays that we just have to be more solid. We laid on a screen or they got threes. Right. And we've got to do a better job, and we will and good balance for Golden State along with Durant. Twenty-nine Klay Thompson at twenty one Steph curry at twenty and a near triple double for Draymond green bucks and Celtics in Milwaukee. And this is more like rattle pick it up shoot. Janas driving on down the line. Throwdown thirty six thirty four. There's the crowd pleaser and his slam tonight. And if you remember the coup his coach had said, he's just going to put his arm around him and tell him he's going to be great. Yup. And last night he was headed in Kuku twenty nine points and ten rebounds, one twenty three one zero two as the bucks reverse things on Boston winning going away even up the series of the game of peace. Chris Middleton at twenty eight points and seven rebounds. Janas says we gotta done because we bonded. We did some team building we went out, and we saw the movie the avengers together. It was. No, most of the guys on the team came out. The movie was. Really nice movie. I was made for that movie. Probably a year and half. Now waiting for movie for a year and a half. Yeah. Waiting for the sopranos for a long time right for that final season and curb your enthusiasm when way for a while. Yep. You're gonna have game of thrones people were waiting for a long time for this final season. Yeah. Did you see there's also a new movie coming out called BelAir? No, what's that? All right. Yeah. Fresh prince of Bel-Air now, I didn't know is he doing it. No. I don't think I don't know if he's got a part in it. He doesn't play a will as a younger actor up all these years later. What's going on in these? It's it's a serious. Look take on what the sitcom was it looks pretty good, actually. But in the end, we kind of know what happens. Yes. Yeah. So you got that tonight game between the nuggets and blazers and Denver you've got the islanders hurricanes playing game. Three in Raleigh. Carolina up two games to none will have it on the fan after Yankees baseball. But you can pick it up on radio dot com at seven pm a trade for the Rangers who acquire Harvard defenseman Adam FOX from Carolina for the thirty seventh overall pick it is your assets, Jerry. Yes. Using our sets. Let's go shock. The avalanche. Four to take a two one series lead and the blue jackets over the Bruins to one. They're up to one there as well. It's the morning show with Boomer Esiason and Greg nutty boomer and geo joining us in me twenty five eastern time one of the most hated Mets fans opponents so kind of clumsy way of saying, but. I said it chase. We'll be joining us in studio. So we are looking forward to talking to him saying things damning, and we want to take some calls some fan coils. He wants to take the calls a few years ago when we were doing the Super Bowl and Houston or number Mike Scott came by to me, he was a hated met rivals all the way back to when I was a kid, but he was such a sweet guy that's probably going to happen today with I know, and that's what I'm afraid of. I don't want that. I don't want him to be a nice guy. I don't want to like him. There's just certain guys that you have to dislike for example, you probably have a how many flyers could you name that you hate that? You don't want me because I told you Craig Craig got me to Dave Scholz, all that's right. This big sit down meeting, and it was going to be. I forget what we want to steakhouse. Forget where it was. And there's Dave Schultz sitting at the table. And I'm like, I do not want to sit down at this tape. Yeah. So I sat down at the table and it turned out. That they've Scholtz was like the greatest guy ever see that's all I sat there and I spoke to him for an hour. We talked about the history of the Rangers and the flyers. What idiots don't you feel dirty though? I did. But then I got up, and I said, I appreciate getting a meet you and talking to you and getting to know your history, and all that other stuff and understanding you had a job to do. But you are really good guy right now, and the Dave Schultz that I had dinner with like the Dave Schultz that used to be I still hate. That's the way that's the way. I reconcile that my head. I also thought maybe if he didn't want to take coal we could just find all the Mets fans in the building. And just line them up one by one and have them come in and say their piece to chase like Evan and Joe Harris and all the Mets fan just come right through sit down you get ten seconds. Chase me ask you a question. Yes. If he were on your team. Would you love the guy? Yeah. I mean, that's an obvious one Brian. I know I'm just saying from obvious. I'm going to really. Really this spot. I hated him for what he did to Rueben. I hated the fact that he owned us as a Philly and as a met fan, I can't stand any of that. But as a professional athlete, I have to say do have somewhat of a modicum of respect for him. But someone see here's here's a Larry and beacon on on this particular topic. What's going on Larry good morning? Good morning. How you doing today? What's up? Larry. I disagree with you GO on the Mets fan. Hating Chipper Joan. Okay. I think we highly respected them every time. You went to the ballpark. You saw them gave you everything he had and give you good baseball. And he never really irked the Mets fans from being disrespectful poom. Sure. But you hated the fact that he was so successful get your team. But as far as the man you felt like he was playing a game right at least whereas chase with the slide that was sort of cross the line. What you're saying? Yes. And the thing is I didn't as much hate him as I wanted to the beat the best. So that's what I thought when I saw chip or coming up to the plate. I wanted whoever was there to strike them out of this that because he was at the top of his game. And I won the Mets to the top of that guy. Like, John rocker's never gonna get any respect for Mets fans a guy like Chipper Jones will chase utley Chipper Jones kids shea, and I met fans as as his career went on and the way that he reacted to the bed ban calling him. Larry and all that other stuff that met fan kind of realize that, you know, he's okay. You know, he's he's he's buying into all this. And he's having fun with it. He's not like an any way shape or form coming off as douche didn't. They video tributes. Yes. It was crazy. Yeah. But the thing about chase that chases got like this. He's like Lenny Dykstra, like, no, he's good. He's Z Philadelphian uniform on you can't you can't compare let Dykstra these probably the wrong. I've talked about on the baseball field. The they called any nails. I understand if you. Now you do. But if you talked to him or talk to anybody about chase utley he was a one hundred percent all about baseball. And there was always a plan. It was baseball baseball baseball baseball baseball, kind of like Jeff McNeil is he's baseball based. I'm sure brand knows the same way. Okay. Guys are the same type of guy were they just go to the ballpark and it love just being a baseball player. Okay. How else to explain it? Still can't stand. The I know because you were Philly uniform at a smirk on his face any, bro. Second basements, laying right? Yes. In in the in the playoffs. I understand. He was terrible player. Wouldn't dislike I wonder how many key home runs? He hit against the Mets over his God. Stopping Roy's that he actually played for the dodgers for four years. You realize that? Yeah. Is crazy. Absolutely. I thought when he left the Phillies to go with dodger figured, maybe maybe maybe that little end a year thing for the playoffs and all that stuff. But I didn't. I never expected in the play as many games. Did. Let's go to George in Tom's river. What's happening, George? Gentlemen. How what's up George yesterday almost verbatim right after the whole Mike thing, even when it was still tense? Okay. She owed says, you know, he says he says is that not what was opposed to happen. My Kohl's, you defend himself yada, yada. I'd rather that where we talk to one another attempt to have a conversation as opposed to it happening on each other's shows. You're right. And now today you say, oh, gentlemen might seen a maniac. He's acting maniacal. I'm not going to put myself in those shoes. Just be more consistent. Hold on a second those George hold on George those things can be true at the same time. I was happy that he called. I was he also was crazy when he called. So they could be true at the same time. I think that it's better that if we can try to talk it out. That's what we wanted to do yesterday. That's a better attack at it. As opposed to saying something on our show him saints issue going around and around. But also that he sounded crazy yesterday what he called in. And he was he was screaming. I think those two things could be true. I don't think that's a hypocritical statement regarding to eat those of the entire have going on. I thought you guys had a breakthrough yesterday. Lou if I call him a maniac. Through. Do you like, okay? So explain to me the breakthrough that we had yesterday. You guys finally got the people to actually listen to the three of you talk, and he called and he put himself out there. He really did. And he was passionate conviction. He was defending himself. What are you want to do? You really did. And then you even said, okay good that he called we got it done. And then you put it. But I think what you're doing that you're taking what I said at the end of that and in the touching meaning to it that I didn't mean. So when I said, my whole point George at the end of it was I'd rather aus- at least have the opportunity to talk to. I don't think that it went. Well, I don't think that it was like at the end, we them our differences. But that's not what I thought. And that's what I said. So honestly, right at the end right at the end, he said perspect-, he said, okay goodbye. He didn't hang up. He wasn't being a jerk. You're kidding, right? With respect told boomer to shut up his talk with respect because there hasn't been listen. We haven't shown respect either. Like, I get it. I'm not I'm not trying to say, we're respectful, and he's not. You like this as well for everybody does. But this was not about that. It was not. And then with people always assume this is this is a theory loved to debunk right now. We had no idea he was going to call. In fact, we didn't realize it was him. Right. He's we didn't do this some sort of stunt, quite frankly, quite frankly yesterday, was exhausting having another thing. Like, I don't like I hope that it comes across my don't enjoy these things. I don't but I get sucked into it. Because possible not to. I would rather come here. Laugh about some stuff. Do Micky Calloway's voice have good time. Talks and football, boomer. Go home to my family, quite frankly, that's what I'd love to do day. But it's so now on wrapped up in everything I'm wrapped up and Courtney my friends. I can't get away from it. Like it. I'm not doing it for ratings on. Okay. Part of it. Talks Daniel Jones, mix them four jokes. CT eve covering football, baseball and basketball, and the radio station and everything else. These kids, folks. It's like what people all you love that you want. You is exhausted exhaust. Call one for the way home. I can't do it. Doing too much. You think what you did was costing sit my seat for a while. Yeah. I know. I know trust me. I know. That's why I don't really talk about it. 'cause I know you guys went through L of a lot more than I did. But it's like it's like every day melt onto my might said, you do this do that. He's back to bike in queens. No, it's me. May calling you guys right now. I don't listen. But. What you said the last five minutes couldn't be more utterly and more misinformation. Okay. First of all, let me talk. To come on here and say that I opined Jacob Tanny. Kyle to have an open competition to speak to me every week. Okay. Number one, number two. You couldn't be I made you look like little school bills yesterday. You look like you looked wisdom Pelosi and Schumer. Okay. When Trump had the open policy open cameras and there. Okay. And you guys couldn't be more and more faked in the founding New York Times. The pump Agana that you put out everyday. Okay. This is this is definitely Trump, Mike. So of course, that is not Mike so Neil best. Relax. All right. All right. All right. Bye. Bye. Is. Respectful you guys. All right, guys. All right. All right. All right. All right. Fifty-seven newspaper articles laid cheese. Over now. Comment on credit cards, and if you. Come in on my screen. Want to do is go home that frigging bike around porn. Porn. Do. Fischel little bit summertime. Come in here. Couple labs go on. So looking for. The reporter reaches out the wiser. Are we talking about? So that's coming to you yesterday. No comment to any of them. Why four hours a day to get my comment? Why would anybody look for a comments nuts? Absolutely crazy. Did you? But you know, because you work your for a long time. Yeah. That this. This is a quagmire. I know this is trust me. I fully get it. And I wouldn't want it any other way because so many people care. So that's that's the caveat of it. But at the same time it has an ended. Anytime soon never gonna framed picture of me screaming and Mike back. Alice. Ten minutes for ten minutes. This is twice. The did. It didn't come out today the three thousand strikers. But I think the original back page of the post was Mike again spree minute you screaming at us, right? My god. Everybody's gotta take. It's great. But that's that's the catch twenty two of it. All is you want it any other way? I mean, I could three years over at CBS sports radio. I said anything I could have done a whole show enforcing and nobody would have ever known wouldn't have matter. Right. But here, you know. Every day something, I know. So it's it's exhausting acquainted to like like being being an athlete in New York as well sort of what it's like a mini version of that is the closest I'm ever going to get to that. We're like you achieve your dream. You're there, but then like something bad happens and then boom microphones in your face. And then all of a sudden like watching you last night kind of navigate all this. Yeah. And I think I mean, I think handled it well who knows John Manhattan. What's happened to John? Hey, I think geo you need to take down a little bit broke. What you should have done yesterday has fun with it. And you should went back at my in the mic. That's what I was waiting for. It. Did it happened? It was like soil familiar blown thing was. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I did hear a lot of that John. You're the only one. But here, here's while completely honest. The reason why that that didn't pop it to my mind right away. Because it was a serious issue that we were talking about. Yes. If he had called up to yell at me for doing his impersonation again that would have been the time where I would have shot up going back out. Okay. That would have been the time to do it the issue. We were talking about is what he said about a guy who got shot and his college football teammate who was murdered. So it's just that my both boomer, and I we'd said the same thing our instincts were to dial it back Abba conversation about the issues as opposed to just screaming. So. About who has contacts. And who's right? Who's piped in whatever? I don't know. All right. So it is eight to one on the right? All right back on fan here. Investors Bank studios. Also shifts CBS sports heats the morning show with Boomer Esiason and Greg nutty boomer and geo joining us less than twenty minutes the very catered by Mets fans chase Conley in studio. So that'll be an interesting one. We're hoping that we'll take some calls for many fans hate his guts. So if you ever wanted to yell at chase utley directly, hopefully, we're going to be able to give you that opportunity that most met fans this morning are more upset with Jerry's familiar who gets five outs one out away from a two inning six out save and then blows the whole thing. So Mets come back to win in the tenth Peter Alonzo with a sack fly. So they ended up beating the reds excuse me. Hopefully, they can take the next two of this series because you'd like to beat up on the reds at home and start actually winning at city field consistently. Wouldn't that be nice? Having a nice home field advantage at city field. That'd be a good place to start. The only thing that that I would say that they have going in their favor is that everybody else is kind of like them in their division to lose to lose three one one one two here come back when one they're losing other too. That's why they're frustrating because they just really haven't taken off yet. Now, you gotta get Jacob degrom tonight. And Jacob degrom. You know, obviously has been scuffling has been struggling. Now. It's time for him to see if he can get back on track here. I mean, he's the guy. He's the horse. He's the leader in that club house. And he's the guy that's got to go out there and find his game. He really does. This is every every of start is important. And I'm sure he would tell you that. But this one now given come on the heels of three pretty lacklustre performances, plus the issue in the strep throat and everything else. I mean, what's easels for these guys? Yeah. It's not it's not out of the question. No, it's not I mean, but so he's got to get back on track. He really does. And he also have Tanaka going for the Anki tonight. And hopefully, they split with the Diamondbacks, and they get back home here and the Yankee fans because start seeing some of their stores return to the lineup. So I wanna talk about Daniel Jones a little bit because he went he didn't one of his first interviews post draft on NFL radio. And he said knows a couple of ways that this question is answered who exurbs gonna ask them. What do you think of the reaction to the pick of you giants and number six can either say use it as motivation could say, which is the most unlikely one man, it's really discouraging Z, which not a lot of guys say or it can go the route that he went which is I haven't seen or heard anything, and there's just no way. Now, I don't blame him for coming up with that answer or saying that because there's really nothing good coming out of. Perfect for the giants got the guy that they want. They want the guy that's going to say the right things handle all the kind of criticism. That's coming his way. And be the face of the franchise. I mean, this cannot be easy at all. Of course. It's not. He's going to have this support of the organization that's going to help the coach and the general manager and Eli or always going to have is back, and he's got a shutout that noise, and it's going to quiet down eventually. And then it's not going to be about him any longer. It's going to be about the giants and that's going to help. But these last couple of days if he was some truth serum and Daniel Jones, you can't tell me that the one of the greatest days of his professional life to this date. It is the greatest day of his professional life. That is fault. Not embrace them. They do they really do need to embrace them. And I think they've got him in his right? Be fair. Give the kid a chance if you want to be critical of anybody be critical the general manager for taking him at number six, and then put putting the pressure squarely on his shoulders is the kid that was born and raised in Charlotte, North Carolina. This was a kid that came out of high school did not receive a lot of a lot of opportunity. Go play football was almost going to go to Princeton decided to go to Duke and then playing three years at Duke and a guy in front of him got hurt. He took the seize the moment in the opportunity, and he has grown every year since he's six foot five two hundred and twenty five pounds. Probably be a two hundred thirty five pound quarterback when it's all said and done. So he'll have the body. Type. He has the athletes Zemy runs around a little bit. He was not highly recruited coming out of high school. Like, I said he wasn't even ranked on rivals or any of that stuff. So this kid is just kind of slowly gotten better each and every year and more mature. And the interesting thing is I saw one of. It was Brian Baldinger. Think was talking about the I think it was him who was doing a study on Daniel Jones. And he was saying look at the crappy protection look at the drop passes. Look at the bed execution around him. And man that David cut cliff must suck is a coach, right or in the recruiter or whatever. But, but but still the point being is that we all feel and I think everybody feels that Dave Gettleman reached at number six to get him. And then the stories come out about how Dave Gettleman thinks that there were two teams that would have taken him had he been there. And then those teams refuting that and get into all this tit for tat, you just don't know. Gettleman wanted his guy and got him that that's all we really shouldn't should matter and whether or not this kid takes over this year or next year Gilman's time here at the giants will be decided by his success lack thereof. Right. And you got to remember too. When he was with the giants prior to the Panthers job he didn't drafty lie manning. Anyway, manning, of course, was the quarterback during those two Super Bowls when he went to the Panthers he didn't draft Cam Newton. Cam Newton was already on that roster had some drafts and freed and signings. They went to the Super Bowl while he was there as general managers. This is the first time that he's putting his stamp on a quarterback. I think he did it last year too. You know by taking saquon Barkley by doing what he tried to do with the offensive line last year. What he's continuing to try to do with the quarterback position. I know it's like. What do you do? Right. This is the problem that he finds himself in how do you build your football team? Now, he wants he's always said that wants big defensive linemen, which he drafted this year. He wants big offense lineman which drafted last year and signed on soldiers left tackle, they may still have a situation over there. Right tack Chad will or will be the answer there. But he brings in Zeitler that that's going to shore up the middle of that offense of line. He goes out, and he and he jazz drafts Dextra Lawrence that guy is a behemoth. He's going to be right in the middle of that defensive line. And he's all about stopping the run of the Philadelphia Eagles Washington Redskins and the Dallas Cowboys who all have significant running games right now to see them those team six times. So that's why you go and get that guy. So unfortunately for him reaching number six to get Daniel Jones will determine his legacy here. Now, he has been somewhat. Condescending. Yes to the media's condescending to the fan base and defending himself. I don't necessarily know that I would handle it the way that he did. But you know, he's steadfast in his ways, and he's going to tell you about his resume and seven Super Bowls that he's been a part of. And that's why you gotta hope that this kid turns out to be something special. You just hope fingers crossed Chris's at Rockland county. Good morning. Chris. Hey, guys. What's up, Chris? Yeah. So about what you said where he hasn't heard anything deal Jones well yesterday, I'm I mean the day of the draft. I message him on Instagram, and I said no offense to you. But you shouldn't have picked six draft and got him into Nydia. And he read it like twenty minutes later. Bond, you could tell because seen right? See he didn't respond to Chris that he now you didn't respond respond. I gotta ask you, Chris. And he definitely controls it Instagram account because not that many followers, and it's not like he would have you know, agent or whatever doing that to the kid I would board and I was about the pets. Yes. So you take it out on the kid. It's not his fault. I know I kind of felt bad after. But I didn't I said no offense. Okay. That clears every sure it's feelings Chris do this other players to what I don't do that often. Why do it to like judge Stanton? When they have good games on message them. But they don't usually see it and stuff like that. Okay. All right. Chris keep keep being the Instagram police out there keeping everybody in line. You did a good job. I don't like you fence. But you saw right. I'm so happy that Instagram and Twitter and all that crap wasn't around when I was flying. I don't know. What I'd I'd probably snap. Yeah. Some people do Kevin Durant. One of those guys made burner accounts fight people. Well, that just goes to show you about that part of the insecurity that he's dealing with. So there may be some truth to all of that stuff. That's coming out about him. But I I love Kevin Durant. I want Kevin Durant here in New York City, the one I go I actually would by Nick tickets, if they signed him, I think they might even be at your price range. Maybe if they signed Kevin Durant. Yeah. You might be way up in. In the rafters that hang off so much. I can't remember the last time. I went to a game. Yeah. Worthless. But now now we got a chance also celebrity row like the dues from sopranos. They're going to get out of their heels real. Real Stephen terrip is ride is over. I think you gotta you gotta remember the celebrities that show up during the trying times that's the thing. That's why Stevie sherpa should be good. He should be fine. No way. All he does. He also gets involved in common thing. But the comic thing the fundraiser for the garden of dreams and all east hide in. He's good. Don't worry about him. I hear Howard Stern talking all the time. He says he doesn't want the Knicks at good because then he'll get no good seats. Now, they'll still let him in. Yeah. Have to Woody Allen, still go. I don't know dude, I'm assuming he does. But I have no idea. It was to push them. We back. Mcenroe's? Always there getting revoked. No, no, no, not Jimmy Dolan. He's fine. Trying to think Spike Lee, obviously. I think he pays for his tickets, though, stern still be there McEnroe's he'll be there. Just Steve represented shrimp disease out. He is not out. I bet he's worried about east move or locked in over there for life. I don't know GB smooth JB's hope is another curb your enthusiasm season coming out because he is e relevant right now. Always not he hoisted the jets uniform reveal paid for that. Okay. You get paid for that. You listen if if it was relevant he wouldn't be doing that. He's relevant. Right. He was gettable for the money. They had for the. Yeah. Like second choice was Tony danza. You know, that's the type of celebrity they were going for for that type of thing. Just just famous enough. They were just like we can't afford, boomer. Let's see who else. Okay. They could afford now use. Boomer and GIO with chase utley coming up next. And we're hoping that will allow us to open up the phone lines to Mets fans to yell at them because that would be a lot of fun for us. It's the morning show with Boomer Esiason and Gregg giannotti, boomer and geo here. I already looked at him. And he's just one of those guys looks like a good guy too. I don't want this to happen because I know what's going to happen. It's going to walk out of your not a wanna like J subtly chases here representing the Scots field refurbishment program, which is renovating youth baseball and softball fields across the country. And he's also a special advisor to the dodgers, which is like the cool job nowadays wagon. It's got like fifteen special. Does have being one of them. Right. Why? But yes. Okay. So she does what you do. Right. Hey chase. Good morning. Good morning. How are you? Thank you for having. Well, thanks for being suck up to us. Now. This is a weird one for me. I gotta be honest. I was that matured now, I'm in my later thirties. But I was that guy who couldn't stand you on the field. Appreciate that. I would I would do the hell out. I hated the slide and all that I knew your great ball player if he stunk I wouldn't have had those type of motion. So that's gotta make you feel good. But when an entire fan base like the Mets fan base dislikes, you do you take pride in that? Or is that a weird thing for you to them, and it's a little bit weird planet, professional sport. You know, that you're going to have fans that just don't like you. And we had some pretty good games against the Mets over the years of the Reverend that we had was pretty special. Two thousand seven to two thousand ten we're pretty pretty fun years to play against each other. So it's not the most comforting feeling in the world. But it is what it is. So Chipper Jones like loved it. He now he didn't have the slide thing we'll get to that. But Chipper Jones seem to really embrace that. And then the Mets fan sort of embraced them back so much. So, you know, he named his kids shea, and they give them a video trick the Mets game a frigging video tribute when he retired. So I mean, I guess it just depends on your personality. And how you handle those things I was. I was. Growing up on the west coast. Baseball's a little bit different out there here on the east coast. I mean, the fans are into it there intense. They're wild. They love you. Or they hate you. And obviously they didn't fare. I can tell you right now, you're not getting a video tribute anytime city field. That's for sure. So when you out to dinner in New York, do you actually put the reservation onto your name or now? That's something my wife hand. Okay question. What she does. All right, because I just wondering if you've ever run into fans when you're out to dinner here in New York, and as anybody ever, confronted, you know, I have done nothing really know. Wow. That's kind of interesting, especially after what happened two thousand fifteen when you slid into second base and broke our second basements leg. Sure stopped. But the point being is that you end and you went in hard. I did what I did for the past ten years. Bright and hard to second base. I'm a second base myself. So I know that. Created a rule change the rules rule was going to be changed regardless. But yes, I I understand it looking back on it knowing that his leg was gonna break. You changed change it a bit. I would've probably gone into a little bit easier. And that's one thing you do not want to do is hurt an opposing player, but I've. But the intent was to go in and break up. The double play definitely was not the intent to hurt him. So when you know that retribution is coming. That's got to be just a czar feeling. I came up with old school coach coaches with kind of old school mentality. Take for tat so -ticipant, it'd being hit at some point. I wasn't going to be upset about it. If one of our guys got hurt in that same way, I would want that guy to be hit by a pitch which is part of the part of the program. So I was I was intimidated. I was waiting for it. I wasn't going to be upset about it. And I was going to take my base. And and do what I did over two hundred times go to first talking to chase utley on boomer and geo on the fancy BS sports. You mentioned the old school stuff. And now you have this divide with the bat flip you have the major league baseball, by the way is on the side of the younger players celebrating. They like that. When you're now working with MLB, you're still in an organization a year a little bit older, where do you stand on the old school new school bat flips though, I'm torn I like you said I was guy that put my head. Down and ran around the bases. I didn't want to show up the other team. I didn't want to create more. Give myself more attention than than I deserved. But I get it. I understand why guys do it as excited. So game is slowly volving changing in my opinion, the players better than they were ten years ago the pitching now you guys see it on a nightly basis don't heart ninety seven ninety every every everybody coming out of the bullpen and knowing hard that wasn't the case back in two thousand eight. So I'm I'm again, I'm on the fence because I've I've I've played with some guys with both the Phillies and the dodgers that flip bats didn't make me mad that didn't I didn't want to do that myself understand. Why players are reacting to is because there's still some players that just don't feel good about it. And I think the old school players still having a hard time with the the separating oneself. I wanna talk to you about the money a baseball because of what Bryce Harper Machado finally gotten their free agency years that a couple years there that the free agency market was down and still is down. I'm Craig kimbrel. Can't find a job guys. Like, Dallas kaikal still haven't signed a contract. What what in your eyes? What is going on? Now that you work for the dodgers on the other side of the fence. It's a good question. I think players are getting better. I think teams are doing a better job of evaluating talent in and finding ways to. Pick guys out of the weeds that can essentially do the same thing guy that makes three or four or five million dollars. Can do the scouting is better. There's a lot more information. There's stat casts and all these different things are giving you so much more information than what we had ten years think the players are relieved that Machado in Harper got their money. And of course, Mike trout got his money, of course. But but they're still disgusted other guys. Still can't get the money that they think that they deserve. No, they self. I've told I was told that a long time ago, you have to know what you're able to do what you're capable of doing. And also put yourself on that path to be to be successful. And I think that also counts when you're negotiate and contract you have to understand where you fit in. And we're what your value is. And nowadays, I think teams are doing better job of understanding. Everyone's value the the Harper and Philly marriage lasting as long as contract. You think that was a good mix and a good fit for Bryce hard nose player. All the games we played against them. He played really hard. And and there's one place you need to do that. That's in Philadelphia. And so far the fans are really loving what he's doing obviously, he's very passionate. Great talent. So that continues I see that relationship going great. How involved were the dodgers in the Bryce Harper sweepstakes. Because we heard the reports, but how serious did get that's way over my pig. Right. Yeah. So as a special adviser, you get the phone call Bryce Harper, your, of course, what are you kidding me? See you later. I didn't get that phone call. But yes, all right. All right. You're here on behalf of Scots in the field refurbishment program, which is renovating youth baseball and softball fields across the country. Tell us about that. Because obviously getting kids playing baseball for the rest of time is crucial to the game. So what are you doing with Scott huge? Choose. I think it's important. We're talking about earlier. You know, the conditions of some fields. Nowadays, aren't aren't aren't great. I was lucky enough to play on a beautiful field grownup. And I want my kids two boys seven and four I want my kids have that same ability to grow up on on on fields that are that are safe that are fun that that you enjoy actually going to in Scots over the past four years has done a great job of finding these fields that that need help this year. They've given out four for grants team here feel here. New York one Chicago one in Oklahoma also want an Allen town, Pennsylvania, which hits home to me being close to Philadelphia. So they've done an amazing job of of just fixing these fields and making them a safe place. The kids can hang out in. I have. Like, I said to boys that I want outside all the time. I wanna limit their screen time. I think that's important as young parents to recognize that being outside is important. I grew up outside all the time. California can't be outside. Right. Did you? Do like when you were getting ready to play the Mets and you were coming either city field or Shea Stadium. I mean, like did you just want to piss off or what I mean? Like, did you? Listen up playing against the Mets. I did love planning the atmosphere was great allow their intense, obviously, didn't like us. But that's still that created more adrenaline. So I think that can elevate your game been so those all those games were really exciting. Because of that. And yes, there's plenty of fans. I remember coming off the field one time. And there's a boy he was. Ten years old. Maybe that's what we start young here and years old. And as I'm walking in the dugout. He's looks me right in the eyes. And he goes, I hope you Blinken dot. And I looked right at his dad like I can't believe he's ten years old. He said this maybe his dad and his dad repeated the same thing as. Okay. What we started getting chasing. You have a heart attack and die. That's right. New york. I can tell you that you seem like a really a decent guy fun guy to be around. Even though you're kind of quiet. You're more quiet than I thought you would be, but I got your villain. I mean, that's just the way it is here in New York fine. You don't embrace it because we had a hockey hockey fan, but Sean Avery joined us earlier in the week. It Sean Avery is just that antagonised, and he loves it. He's looking to fight people in the streets, and he needs this fuel him. You're the exact opposite of that. You would you would like it. If Mets fans liked you. That's the that's the sense that I'm getting from you. I appreciate the passionate part about the fans in the Mets not not really taking kind to me. I don't like it. I don't hate it. I felt like it. Propelled our game a little bit. See I was going to open up the phones and see if met fans had some to Sadie thinking that maybe you would actually like that. But I'm thinking you're not going to like that. And I don't want to do that to you. You can do whatever you wanted to that. What do you think Al you want to give it a shot could try give it a c put dopes through a thing produce a dope through hopefully every now and again a dope. Does get your Mets fan. Wanna talk to chase only have something. That's not. I hope you being die because we're not gonna have any of that. But you know, we'll start. I'll make you feel good. Yes. We're going to start with this guy. Chris Staten Island. Chris go ahead. What's up guys? Hey. Some fan. And I made the mistake of any my son of to hated rivals. And name is what the hell are you doing at Chris I with? With. Yeah. No. I. We can't we don't want to call. Chipper middle name Clements, right? We do have a guy here who works on our staff who did name his son after you could use a Phillies fan. So that guy's gonna wanna picture with you latest that'll make her feel good. So so we'll see if we get a couple of phone calls of Mets fans. So baseball is something that you're never going to get away from that you are going. This is going to be part of your life for the rest of the time. There's certain guys though that once they're done playing. They want no part of it. I wanna go do something else. Why do you need the game in your life? A baseball Rhett. It's in my blood. I love it. I enjoyed it. I was a student of the game. I wanted to. I wanted to be the best player. I could be felt like I got probably more out of my ability than I should have. And I want to give back the relationships that I made in Los Angeles last couple years, we're pretty special young team. A lot of talent try to help them moving in the right? Direction. I want to continue that relationship this whole analytics wave in dodgers are at the forefront of it with Dave Roberts and everything else. And the way you guys manage our the way they manage games and things of that nature that do you like that? Or do you? Do you understand that whole impact or the impact that has had on you guys? Yes. It was obviously different than what I was accustomed to see the importance in it. Now, I see the games games that we won because of that strategy. So it wasn't really that way in Philadelphia as much as wasn't that way ten years ago period was the strategic aspect. There was a little bit there. But not as much more information now together, they can they can give you a sense for the manager. It depends. It really depends on on the guy. Dave does a great job of taking a bunch of information filtering it and and using it when he feels like he needs to. But it is important specially managing bullpens difficult. Nowadays, matchup situation, is is is a real thing. But I do see the benefit in using some analytics go to Tonio in east meadow. What's happening? Antonio. Hey, what's up, boys? Hey, man. Chase utley. Let me say this. You are villain to me. Ruined. Grueling life high school, the wheelhouse those seven away ten awful, obviously, our spec the hell of you is a baseball fan. I also hate you. I thought that the second year a hard bass player, but it was stupid smart and finally stupid. But you didn't play games three and four, and we got you out the dating and fun. Two. I want to I want to ask about that collapse in the Mets collapsed from our perspective. When did you think that that was a real thing in two thousand seven or you could actually overcome that deficit, and and get it done. That's a great question. We focused on our weird thing, we didn't really paid attention. How the Mets were doing. But our focuses on trying to figure out what we need to do to win essentially every single game. I remember it was seventeen seven seven seven back with seventeen ago, and we lost Billy Wagner. Yeah. Yes. What happened? Yes. So I mean, we played awesome baseball the Mets play terribly at that time. Don't we all know? Yes. And so yeah, it was a little surreal the adrenaline the action. We had at the stadium. The last week was crazy of fans, we're going nuts. And I remember that last day that we obviously score were watching a little bit. And I remember playing defense and I think the Mets game finished the loss. And we were had a decent lead. Remember, the crowd going crazy sense of calmness? Came over me. Like, we're going to this. Richie and Franklin square. What's up Ritchie? Guys, come on. As much as I hated you as a Mets fan, I always wished we had a guy that played his autism played even though you broke shortstops like we never had a guy that played his one hundred ten percent. So that I'm glad I did. Hey, I gotta say. Sub respect their appreciate that. I didn't expect that. Yeah. Meet me, neither pull in Brooklyn going on Paul. Before I kill ya. I wanted to know do know that the cups. Thoughts was renamed the only method. All the home runs up there. Yes. That I wanted to add. What else you got? Okay. And then when you're broke his leg pretty much ended the guy's career. How did not guess spended? You think you should have been suspended, obviously going to say, do you think outside he should have been suspended for that? No, I do not think. That's why appealed it. No, I slid heart. Listen, if doesn't break, we're not having this conversation. I'm not the villain. But unfortunately, we collided just upper tune time for his opportune time for his leg is obviously unfortunate. I would do it over again if I could. But no, I don't think I should have been I don't remember his years ago now, but did you reach out to him at any point? I have a conversation or two Rueben Todd. Yes, I did have that. There was no conversation. I've tried to reach out to okay, didn't go. So. Well, it didn't go. So. Well, all right. Textra or gift basket or something? Or no. Try to get a hold of him through David Wright, he passed on messages. I wanted to talk to him. You didn't wanna talk to me. I sent him a very nice bottle of tequila to say sorry. It's kind of like me, and John Randall, John Randall was one of my favorite players in football little did. I know that he almost tried to kill boomer out on the football field. We have the Super Bowl guys are about to come to blows. I'm all excited because like my favorite player bowl time, my radio partner doing so. Well. Last one for chase. He's been great. He's here representing the Scots field refurbishment program. Really, a great sport going through all these colours Kelly in Connecticut was going on Kelly. Hey well. I just wanna say to real quick. I do appreciate that. You've worked with dogs and kids I've heard about that good for you. But that's the last thing. And then tell you that I really respect about you. If you came out here, and you were telling me, you know, I liked being the villain. I didn't really care. It was fun for me part of the games might have even respect to that a little bit more. But it doesn't really seem like you care about anything. So I just need you to know is Mets fans. How annoying it was watch you respect that. You're a good player. I understand that. But when you took out my shorts in the playoff that wasn't about talent that was just being dirty, and I don't care how long you told me that was if you'd be an old school that would be being dirty because that's what you do. And. Look, everybody's gotta take on. Right. Of course, while shipping sweetheart. That's very very kind of you to do that. Because you could have said no very easily and you sat through that. And we appreciate that. Because it's entertaining radio and Mets fans is sort of cathartic for that. Very good luck guys. Appreciate it. Thanks website. That people go check this out anybody nothing. No, okay. Very good Scott's, and they'll be document Moby dot com. Deasy is that the Scots field refurbishment program and best of luck in your special advisor role. And you're going to have a great post plan, totally relaxed. You're the man you're working in baseball, less stress. Now for manager someday. Now, you don't think so things you want. Travel. Seven year old. I want to hang with them. All right. Sounds good. All right. Chase on the morning show with Boomer Esiason and Greg nutty boomer and geo say I was thinking about chase Ali still hanging out here, by the way in the green room Evans walking around and said Evan. He's waiting for the DA show. Aboard the mothership zero. Chase for a second. So one of the most hated rivals. Like who are the other New York hated rivals say Reggie Miller has got to be in there. Right. Sure. For me it Sidney Crosby and Alex Ovechkin hate those guys, but you got to respect their game. Right. And sound like what met fans nobody cares about hockey, boomer. Yeah. About how about how about a? Sean Jackson for the giants, right? That guy. Drove giant crazy. Yes. That doesn't seem to it doesn't really has there been one recently for the giants. There really hasn't been that you think about the Cowboys and the Cowboys heyday for sure. You think about the giants championships? The first go round like recently. I can't for the jets would be Tom Brady. Right. But I mean, it's not even a fair fight. But I'm, but that's the point. I mean, here's a guy that really successful comes off a little bit swore me because of the way he is. And who he plays for how many championships they won Mitch? Meanwhile, the jets of wallet a mediocrity. But it wasn't like with the chase thing. It was consistent for a longtime multiple games a year where he would be for the Rangers. I can't stand. The Mets were good. Then two they didn't get the job done. They were good. I mean, they were good. No, seven good. No, wait, and they collapsed both years when that was going on and they were good in two thousand fifteen when the whole slide. I get I get it. But I mean, the jets had the Bart Scott game. But wouldn't you think like Michael Jordan is kind of like the way Chipper Jones is to the met fan? Michael Jordan the knick fan. You'd get a Meyer him, and you respect them. And he's the greatest of all time. Yeah. I mean, chip or something greatest how about LeBron James that never really LeBron James. He goes are really good. No, those two is those guys are good against every team. Like chase utley just had a thing against the Mets the gun on them. Really good though. But what Batra queuing was here for the Nixon they work competitive because of Patrick Ewing. It was Michael Jordan. It was Reggie Miller. Those guys in the Eastern Conference always became a thorn in the side. Now, they we beat them every now and again, but I don't forget about those heat teams to that. We cook Tim Hardaway PJ Brown, and those head group couldn't stand them either a little bit later in the ring. Lonzo morning. Yup. Absolutely. We had a coach office leg for God's sake. Yeah. I do think that for the Yankees. Pedro Martinez comes to mind right away. You'd have to say him. Yeah. Well, he got into it. Yep. Yeah. I don't know. I mean, the jets I mean, that's a tough one jet. It's gotta be Tom Brady. But it's got to be. I just I don't know that there's nobody dolphins. There's nobody at the bills. It's got to be Tom Brady. It's got to be Bill belch Abba, Bill Belichick. Not playing, but he resigned as see the NYJ AL's point like Bella check and Brady that's against every I don't know. And the biggest games that were played every coaches ever come here since Bella check is taken up over up. There is like I'm not kissing rings. Rex Ryan what? And what came out of the last meetings with CJ Moseley got to beat the patriots in their right? But I don't know. I guess so there's really no other better answer. It really is to show Jackson for the giants. Live with that. Yes. He's hasn't hasn't been awhile. He's been a while since he was there. But he was definitely at thorn in the side without a doubt. I mean in the classic punt game, Tom call running out in the field. The punt return. Twenty two you. The giants fans. The hell it is. The middle of the field. What was supposed to directional kick? Right. Right. Right. I know I just doesn't make any sense, but the the Mets multiple guys because all those years with those battles with the Phillies and the Braves right and the Braves because you had brought. You could also say could you say Bryce Harper with the nationals to some extent. Yeah. I guess I mean, but he will now him with the Phillies just gotta continue which is going to grow. I mean, that's for sure. But yeah, I mean, Noah Syndergaard, Bryce Harper gotten into it a little bit. Now, recently, like syndergaards, his social media stuff troll them a little bit. So that's it's not the same for me being older as it was then because now I just I don't I really don't have the same type of hatred towards people. You know, like when I was a younger fan was not because you have a child now. Right. I mean, I was totally affected by it. That's part of it. Yeah. I mean, I just think in general you mature to this guy. He's doing best. He can. Professional ballplayer back. Then you gotta love it. That's why that he was going to embrace the villain role a little bit more than he did. Yeah. It was strange because not everybody is showing Avery. You're not everybody's Chipper Jones. Not everybody's looking for that. And chase utley wasn't looking for that. Himself in it. And they also had a bunch of home runs and pinch hits all sorts of nonsense against those. Yeah. Right. Exactly. Which is which is alternately. Why you don't like the guy who was it was a Christian Leitner who said when we had him in that. It's a good thing that people dislike me because I'm good. If they disliked me for some other reason, I would have been a property. But that's what I keep reminding myself that the reason why people dislike because I was good. Do you think that that Al dukes is creating a trend here with the guests that we tend to get on the show now? Villains about. Yeah. I feel like we're we're kind of like one Bill and after the next went from Sean Avery to Mike francesa, Tangy, Mike francesa, right? But that wasn't a book about that. Just that was happening stance birth Smith coming in. Man, you guys ever see that Bruce Smith collapsing on live TV. Yes. Thursday night football or something it was it was like a local buffalo thing. I think it was a local buffalo. They had him on set. Like, they're like a sports report. He's talking. Bove just goes down. You got to watch this out. If you haven't seen it people have seen an exactly what I'm talking about. He just goes down. I think he might have been a little bit of a good time that night not moving is has been knocked unconscious, but he is not moving at all, boomer. Guy killed. TNT? Football Jay, Neptune. What he got Jay. Boomer. Listen, I'm a lifelong Yankee fan and the guy that I could not stay on. I could never sit down dinner with them. Even if he was buying it. Luger's big Papi. That's all. I gotta say. Yes. That's true. Absolutely. I don't know why we left him out with the Enke's. Yeah. There's no doubt about it. Pedro Martinez to stand. Pedro martinez. I kind of want to watch this Smith through the old man on the ground Zimmer right by his head. Right through to the ground. Don Zimmer's like you was like physically bobblehead body. Yeah. I read the guy by the head thrown down by the head. I remember as a Mets fan that really pissed me off. I was like you've gotta be kidding me. Elder abuse, you grab this man to hate it. But you go out there and started fight with each other at home plate. What is doing? I mean, he did like charge them. I mean what what is he doing out there? Yeah. I thought it was great though on that that that was great theater, including theater. I wish we were doing this show. Then that would have been amazing. Could you won't get in here? Tomorrow morning and someone on the Red Sox through an oldie Yankee coach to the ground. Holy cow. Zimmer? I remember that video Seymour charge them. I always I said at the time. I remember thinking get out of the way. Right. Just get out of the way. You don't have to take a by head and throw a ground like a rag doll. What was more ridiculous that or being Gundy hanging on Lonzo Mourning's leg that was definitely the Pedro Martinez thing definitely? But van gun the I mean, it's just as tiny guy. Seven foot basketball players. Tiny bold guy down there hanging on for dear life. Crazy stuff that's gone on we need more. This would happen if things like this. Yeah. I mean, there's just there's certain times in rivalries that stick with you forever. And that that time of Yankees Red Sox. It'll never be like that again. I don't think I really don't. I can't imagine it a again could be recreated. Here's a great one Stevie in fort Lee, Stevie what's happening. Shocked that you man, you forgot that is. You're right. You're right. There's no question about a pot fen sucks. We know. Speaking of that, some hockey. Well, hold on. We'll get one more in here. Tony deer park. What's going on? And Tony Ed guys cat borough. Yeah. I know I couldn't stay player. This guy was terrible. Against the Mets guy was Babe Ruth the. I know I know drove you nuts and smug face to had that smug face. That old thing to thanks, Tony. But you've got the islanders back in action tonight. So this is the whole this whole thing. Just pisses me off the fact that they're in this situation. Then like, I don't want to sound like a crybaby the Barclays Coliseum things. We would talk about and there's no way to quantify what they wanna won those games or one of those games of at the Coliseum sucks. You know, how I feel about it? I mean, but right. But we can't you knew the situation. You got to man up. You got to be a professional all that stuff. You go out there you play the games of the Barclays, but you don't doubt. Oh, two now and having to go onto road, which went to be a good thing for them. But still you down. Oh to go on the road. It's like you had all this time off things broke well for you the hurricanes going seven games. And obviously the capitals are a better team overall. That's you got to go to Barclay's the Plato's games. It's just it's thing for the pan is whether or not calc Lauterbach will play tonight. He's got back issue. And you know, he was helped off the ice on Sunday. The question is will he be well enough to play Razek or mcelwain macaroni Muratovic? I think is going to be out. And you know, the interesting thing I did talk to Matt about macaroni. He was a teammate of Macanese up in Toronto. Yeah. Hey, guys are really good goalie man, this is like we can't you can't assume anything in hockey, you just never know. And as we've seen with the Columbus, blue jackets and their goalie Sergei Rabovsky he's actually stealing that series. He was unbelievable last night. And you know, you just you just never know what these boys in, Robin. Leonard has been good all year. I suspect he'll be a good again tonight. It will be a physical game will be fast game is actually played really. Well, they've hit a couple of posts especially in game two. They play well, this hockey, sometimes you get the breaks. And sometimes you don't gotta get in front of mcelhinney. They got they cannot allow him to see all the pucks coming to to the net. But he was he had a good year for them. He and Meraz expli- season hurricanes, and they were good. They were quality goaltending. So the other hands full tonight, I believe it will be another low scoring games could be a two one or three two type game. And it's going to be it's going to be physical. It's going to be fast. And you know, Matthew Barzel has got to continue to create. I he mates and open the ice up for the guys on his line. And then, of course, Matt's line has gotta go out there, and they got to be physical just like they were to start last week game. And look the hurricanes dealing with a lot of their own injuries. So both of these just goes to show you how hard it is to win the Stanley Cup. When you watch these these games. These guys are killing each other. And everybody's losing players. And it is a six got win sixteen games, man. It is a. It's it's a beast do it. And that's why it's so much fun watching it. Yeah. Well, this is a true must win. Because you don't want to go down three. Oh, so this is this is really at the islanders season comes down to get in a victory jail one period plunge shift one period one game. Right. So you're an island or fan. So that's the way you gotta look at it eats mooning show with Boomer Esiason and Greg nutty boomer and geo to last night, the NYPD foundation gala dinner, it was a man who was retiring after twenty five years in Puma got him a costume retirement. Football made very very nice, and boomer was going to throw this football to this man as a retirement special event. Right. So we meet the guy before this football toss. Yes. And we say twenty five years on believable. This is great, congratulations. What are you going to do? Some funeral homes stuff. Some funeral home stuff. So we should some funeral homes. He's like my family. You know, we've had a funeral home. So I'll just do some of that stuff. Simple. What he's Paul know. Dress up a couple of bodies. Excuse me goes money hundred dollars a body. It's no problem. So I said hundred dollars a body at its takes about two hours pallbearer right now, I told the story last night on stage and people thought it was a joke thought, I was kidding. No. He's series the guy series. Computer stuff? So with white is still working. She is a transit cop who's who's working up through the ranks. She's got some more years before she retired. So he's got to stick around and killing jet off to Florida with family. So he's going to do some funeral home stuff. So at that point. I'm like, he's not catching the football. There's no ways catching a football. So we get to this moment. Bluer gets the football jacket is off of holding boomers jacket and winds off guys about I don't know what you say twenty yards away. About thirty about thirty yards away over winds up. No practice tosses. No stretching. No, nothing donate. It was born to throw their GO zoom perfect spiral through the crowd. Wiz ING by plates and glasses and hit films music pops right of John of beautiful spiral. The foundation dinner has many of the honor is so there it goes baskets of bread that are catching wind from this football right to him there. He stand in funeral home stuff guy. He's hold a puts his hands up. Through his hands. Pretty accurate. Yeah. He came up to the stage is basically you gave them a little toss. So I had to talk to you got to catch. If feel better about absorb loser. Loser. Triple so, I someone recorded this and send us the video. So I just retweeted that check that out on Twitter. You can get here in the back of the. It's got to be done. A great moment for him though. It is nice special moment, you'd think at a retirement all of the great things that come with that. The good news though. He's got his Tharman all setup he's going to pull bearer's. It'd be great could blow your bucks for two hours, Paul bearing a tough business. How much how long do you think it takes the dress a body? He could do five day five hundred bucks. If you have any bodies, right? Like, the success of your business is the demise of others tough business. So when you said yet, but if you're in that is a good day financially people are dying to get in there. Oh, jesus. You know of all the dad jokes. That's the one we go to right now. I guess it took two hours to dress. Oh, he said as a pullback era it takes about two hours. Okay. Gotta go through whatever service. There may be too. Obviously carry the coffin get to get it to be said he was doing the other stuff to those the other stuff. Well, which is that that's what I got Paul bearing. Is that what we call it Paul bearing? Yeah. Yes. Yeah. Right. So you would get one hundred bucks for that. And that takes about two hours. So the way he looked at it. And if he bucks an hour, Harry a dead guy for fifty bucks an hour. His answer was in. What are you doing post? Retirement funeral home stuff. That was his answer. Hey, how many people answer that way? Go to Florida. Do take time off to relax. I've got to be there for my kids when they don't school box deadbeat. Yeah. Right. Funeral stuff. All right. Good luck. All right. Jerry recco. Is back with his update. What's happening? Jerry are brought to you. By the rake auto group. Schedule an appointment today to rake Tina service in her first class service at a Ford -able prices Yankees Diamondbacks. Don't we? Don't we? Zona about that for. Because I thought about it after we had the conversation. We just had that conversation. If you actually a joke. It is. It is. Going to see if I can play this through the microphone the the the horror of him missing. All the bedpans at city field last night. We'll get to them to do the Yankees. You got a nice moment for CC's about one to two. Murphy pitch came out swinging. Sheridan's three strikeouts. He has three thousand next CC's about the hall of fame. John sterling the call here on the fan three thousand two after last night. He struck out five, but the Yankees did lose to the Diamondbacks hit on the ground. There is a basic Tuchman feels throwing and it's late on to second Flora's gogo. Olds on base in an are beyond for women. Florez Bogarde beyond two one Arezzo three one the final score David parole. The knocking in the other run later in the game belongs to Sobat the but for him. He got the three thousand afterwards thinking about it, which is relief. Since the end of last year, you know, coming up short fourteen strikeouts. Kind of like the last thing. I've been the only thing I've been thinking about for the last six months now he can finally put that to bed for manager Aaron Boone he looks at CC. He's famer. I mean, you know, this is one of those. Big numbers. Handful and numbers in our game that get you into all garnered just kinda wishes that could have won the game. His NASA worried about personal Schmitz. He is the team. So unfortunate that we weren't able to scratch if you more than cost them to win today, but not series finale this afternoon with Masahiro Tanaka face Marakele on the fan at three o'clock first pitch three forty as for the game that boomer just alluded to you. Had Jerry's familiar going for the six out save. He gets the first five outs leading the reds three one. And then he implodes with nobody on to out in the ninth gives up the lead. But in the tenth the Mets do put together a rally and get the victory from the bail his pitch Alonzo too high. This one plenty put up near the wall. He makes the fence Davis tax third. He scores went to with a suck wind. No put it the books because how we rose not on the call. That's Wayne Randazzo. Any eighty doubt that Pete Alonzo was going to get that done. Whatsoever. Yeah. I would say very comfortable very confident kid is going to come through. There was doubt. He was not having a great night give it, but you know, you had to do is hit the ball. Now. They did a easier. Done. But yes, he did get it done and the mental back over five hundred fifteen in fourteen four three win not to be forgotten inning starting with a leadoff double by JD. Davis Maki Calloway at bat together against that guy. Is is unbelievable glaze is Sears Calloway. Unbelievable. Why not just do your job? And that what it is. Why does the whole night attached to it because it wasn't playing? He came in late in the game. It was his first at bat in the night, and he was down to against the closer could jog a nasty stuff. Crop situation may be credit. Here's Mickey on familiar outing. I saw a guy that was lights out for five outs. He's gotta take pride that. He he got five big outs in this game tonight that if he didn't get those out we don't win the game and him who familiar Calloway Calloway. She'd say I love him. Oh, he didn't say that last night. But he probably has in the past. Here's familiar through a translator, nothing really changed. Really doing the same thing. Like trying to thing. I know some some of the pitches kind of stayed over the plate a little bit. And it was those single kind of kind of did the damage now. In terms of the good stuff. Here's a Lonzo getting a game winner. Also, I mean is really cool to come up clutching a spotlight that. I mean every game's important, and I'm just really happy. I could come through for the boys. No doubt. He says McNeil Cise. She made sure he left the spotlight for Alonzo peel the walk off I could've done right there. But. Doing the single going to move them over to third and then in terms of Vargas, he was good last night five and a third gives up a solo home run. But for the most part he's pitch real well McNeil as TV show and had a great drag on earlier in the game that drove in a run. Here was Mickey Calloway on that came in and said that's bag baseball. And that's where he went to college. They were called the dirtbags. Yup. Here's McNeil talking about him being a dirtbag. I played their bag baseball that that's probably definition right there. I mean button the third base, you know, just doing everything he can't get in the guy small, boomer. Don't like it. Scumbags. That's baseball. Oh, sorry. Bed. Baseball. It's easy to get those two mixed up shake your hand. Disclose funny. Everybody's favorite neighbor. Divers beat the Phillies three one. And apparently, I guess the Phillies AAA affiliate was trolling the Mets last night or two nights ago. One of these Jacob rim enters the game. And they put on the board rain giving up the home run Phillies game. We're not happy about that. But not the Mets AAA Mets screen. Oh, where they Zurich nuts grin. They were not happy. But I do think they won the game. So they get the last laugh also of note you had the Red Sox beating the as five to one Indian stop the Marlins seven five and the brewers over the Rockies four to three NBA playoffs. And we hear from our favourite one two punch. Tim ROY in his guy is the warriors beat the rockets with a scale rivers goes down curry those head to the head of the field. Houston. And so. Eighty eight eighty the warriors lead lower. I know that is he doesn't even really do a good job of disguising his voice there. Either. You know, if you're going to be a ventriloquist gotta have two distinct voices. One fifteen one nine the final score. Kevin Durant finished with twenty nine Klay Thompson at twenty one and three steals. Here's Steve Kerr. Two games to none were winning games are supposed to win nothing has happened yet. So we gotta go down to Houston and be ready to play because you know, how good they are. We know how hard they're gonna play. Here's Draymond green applauding the refs on this night. Green and near triple double. Let us be physical both teams. And you know, what I made because it any and he is happy that where you're moving beyond all the foul stuff because the last day or so really are dumb disheartening. For a game that I love since. I was a child to see the talk over the last two days. Nothing about basketball and everything about foul call, but hopefully that's going to over and done with what's not over and done with would be more drama for Houston. Because James harden almost lost an eye. Let's be honest. Here's Mike dantonio tough shooting night because of that way through stuff guy. Look like, he was you know. Not in great shape. I they might have cleared up a little bit. But he got got pretty good in the eyes got raked in the eyes. Here's harden who said he had trouble for sure after being poked. Early could see. A good barely could see. Great. If you said like you barely can hear. Yes. That would have been great. He didn't say that. No. But he did have I drops in whatever he did of twenty nine points in the loss bucks over the Celtics one twenty three two one two Janas Kupa with twenty nine points and ten boards. Eric Bledsoe had twenty one kyri Irving did struggle. He was four eighteen from the floor for nine points. Any added pressure for him being the leader of this club. And they certainly need him to do it. He didn't game one. There's no extra burden. This is what else onto for this is what Boston traded from before. So and he certainly expects to be better in a game three. That's series is tied at one in one big night for Chris Middleton to twenty eight point seven rebounds there tonight game two for the nuggets and blazers in Denver with the nuggets up one game to none. The islanders hurricanes are back on the ice. They will be in Raleigh. Of course, the aisles down two games to none in that series. Coverage on radio dot com at seven will join it on the fan following Yankees baseball, the Rangers get themselves. Harvard defenseman Adam FOX Carolina for the thirty seventh pick in this year's draft a second round Jericho, Long Island, Jerry. I did I heard. Ranger fan. Nice sharks. Beat the avalanche for two blue jackets beat the Bruins to time. Now for moment of the day. Brought to you by Resorts World casino in queens over six thousand games NYC roles. We had a couple of really good choices. And while I think the better one was you on the events of yesterday, a very close second because it's so rare and so different. We're going to go with our friend and die hard met fan Kelly. Okay. Who decided to call in and have a little discussion with chase utley? You real quick. I do appreciate that. You've worked dog and kids. I've heard about that good for you. But that's the last thing. And then tell you that I really respect about you. If you came out here, and you were telling me, you know, I liked being villain. I didn't really care. It was fun for me. The games might have even respect to that a little bit more. But it doesn't really seem like you care about anything. So I just need you to know is nuts fans. How annoying? It was watch. You respect that. You're a good player. I understand that. But when you took out my shortstop in the playoff that wasn't about talent that was just being dirty, and I don't care how long you told me that was being old school that would be. Dirty because that's what you do. And i'm. Everybody's gotta take on. Right. Of course. Sweetheart. Best part of the video is a she's railing on him. He's just sitting there. Sipping some coffee. Oh complaints. No worries in the world. No, right. Exactly. Right. What a career when a life. Now. It's amazing. We really. Yep. Boomer GO on the CBS sports network.

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Podcast (9/6/19)

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Podcast (9/6/19)

"From the investors turks bank studio boomer assize in gregg giannotti boomer and geo on the fan simulcasts across the country on c._b._s. Sports network <hes> friday morning. Yes it is the first football friday of the year. We had our opening night last night. Packers and bears errors in it was a defense of battle. That's for sure a lot of people watching game like means say a little bit boring but it was fun and watching those defenses do what they did. A little bit scary to me is a fan of the vikings. Watching both of those defense is gonna work last night but we are here here. After many many months of upheaval with both the new york football teams new general managers new you quarterbacks drafted new coaches everywhere wide receivers that are superstars getting traded week. One is finally here ear and these two teams well one positivie around the other would be a little bit of a shocker if they made the playoffs starts now and takes us aw in february and i couldn't be happier about it good morning our you don't you also got your guy antonio brown going off the end again to buy forget about that. I had to that and a lot of things going on with the raiders by the way just <hes> you know before we get sorry about last night's game. Get the yankees and the mets big series this week yanks up in boston. Obviously mets return home. Here's the thing when when you when you watch these games now early on in the season you're going to see guys. Does it have not played in any sort of game action at all and it really hurts the offense. The offense has got to be on the same page. There can't be blown assignments on the offensive sense of line. There can't be misreads by the quarterbacks. There can't be dropped by the wide receivers. The defense is aggressive and both of those defenses last night. We're really really aggressive so they made both quarterbacks. Look average aaron rodgers at time there in the second quarter showed why he's so good that that's a blender that is like that is like on on high speed blender when you're playing in chicago and you're playing against that type of defense and the defense is not as good as the eighty five bears but they are good and they pressure the opposing quarterbacks accent is very difficult to run on them. It's just that like i have been saying this about mitch trubisky appea- if the bears really truly want to be a championship team. He's got to be the guy that's gonna lead them there. He's got to be more accurate. He's gotta be less like a chihuahua on thirty six madison in rush hour you know he is playing the game way too fast again and this is the guy that i saw last year. There were times he made plays he would break away and do something that you know he was able to do athletically but that's not how you play quarterback in the n._f._l. And what i saw last night was a guy who has progressed. I saw that stuck in neutral and he'll get better as the season it goes on. There's no question about it but neither one of these offenses especially. The quarterbacks played at all in preseason well. I think that's a big factor. In generally the defense is going to be ahead of the offensive that is the case the timing and all of that now and rogers basically won the game with that one driver he was great where he saw marquez valdez scaling down the middle of the field where there's no safety there and then through the touchdown pass to jimmy. That's where he won the game so he was great in that game for basically a four play drive and that one the game offense will be for the packers. Obviously their defense won the game over here. Here's the deal if you know plus. There are a lot of penalties. You know a lot of stoppages stuck. I mean s._p._i._c. right now. If you are the bears you wake up this morning and you give up ten points on your home field on opening night. That's came you. Gotta win like thirty five to ten right absolute. Ah you and i both picked the packers to win. This game always covered the game. Yeah and i had to win as well but i also had the over so i can't take much credit because they did not think it was going to go this way. I know well nobody did but hopefully this is not a sign of things to come this weekend. You know what we'll have teams that we'll have good offensive game simply because it'll be playing against bad defenses. It says right that was pretty pretty impressive defenses last night. They ran you know they were running a ball. They were flying all over the place roquan smith. Is you know you could see just just is the second year now of what it means to be on the field. If you are a young player and how how it's different and how now all of a sudden you could just let it go. Oh and go play and just let your instinct takes over and that kid certainly showed that so you'll see that hopefully from guys like sam darnold. We'll see that from josh allen baker mayfield but all these people that keep talking about all we got this. We got that we got a man. It's going to take a good month before anybody realizes what they haven't offense because none of these guys have done or played in a game that has those kind of anxious moments and have played four quarters and i often say yeah you could be physically prepared to go into a game you could it'd be in the best shape of your life but we're really is taxing in the n._f._l. Is the fourth quarter mentally because you've been dealing with this now for three quarters right and basically two and a half to two hours and forty-five minutes in real time you're under extreme duress mentally and you're not used to that. You're just you're just not used to it and mitch trubisky. Obviously he's not used to that. Even arron rogers was not used that last night yeah i i think that last year with all the offense and the emergence of pat mahomes homes and the records that were being broken could have been one of the more exciting n._f._l. Football seasons in a while with some great ones but offensively was an explosion explosion however the last two games we have seen played in the fans yeah. It's been all defense the super bowl and then last night. I don't think that's going to be a trend. I think that's more of an anomaly really than anything else but i was watching his game. This is the super bowl all again no offense in this guy and the one thing i will say in watching these games last night defensive linemen defensive lineman pressure with four you know whether it be <hes> clark or or mac or any of the guys that were on the field last night for either one of those teams. This is why you know you gotta you gotta worry about teams like jacksonville in houston and <hes> the the chargers you know even the even the forty niners have got this awesome defensive line now and this is what everybody wants. They want pass rushers. They want interior pressure. They don't want to have the there were some blitz and going on last night of course especially with my pet and as we know from his jets yup but it's all about the pass rush in the pass rush got to both both quarterbacks last night at times mitch trubisky just like he was like out of sorts like this should have been easier to him but it's he'll get better as the year goes is on but last night was probably a wakeup call for him and matt nagy score three points in your opening game against your longest rival in doc. The opening of the season in front of the fan base was crazy. Your team that won the division last time in the big question mark going on with the bears fans was the kicker kicker and the kicker goes out. He makes that field goal in the beginning and they're cheering but nobody thought the rest of the offense was going to be that bad trubisky did have an opportunity in the fourth quarter two two minutes to go. He had alan robinson allen. Robinson was the only bear really had a good offensive game seven catches over one hundred yards last night you know he sees him in the corner of the endzone however he's double teamed and he forces the ball in their throws that pick with two minutes to go. I mean if if it's a better throw a better decision there maybe have another opportunity or maybe the end up scoring the touchdown to tie the game but that that was the mistake after as poorly as he had played the entire night he had an opportunity and he took too much of a risky throw to his best wide receiver and that cost now is it. I mean they never got down there again. And that was the end of it. Remember i asked you the question the other day and had mitch trubisky and that's seven quarterback list yeah about whether or not you know he's ready to take it to the next level and win a game like last night as poorly as maybe aaron rodgers in the green bay packer offense played last night. They won the game on the road sure there's no you could call it an ugly win. I called game on the division vision game fair with the new head coach and the number one defense. Try out the eighty five bears before the game and a lot of credit deal with they won the game and you know i'm sure that when they wake up this morning i don't care we score ten points and the thing about it is aaron. Rodgers didn't turn the ball over the right right absolutely some saks place. It almost did right. Nobody did he did fumble and ended up recovering himself but but it was it was very close but yeah he he won the game himself at least offensively with dr so we get our first look in in real games with the jets and giants coming up division games to start the jets and bills was the giants and the cowboys and the jets in the offense that we want to see from them. There is a lot of expectation on both sides of the ball but i think especially especially offensively for the jets not only because it's a new head coach who's an offensive guy not only because it sam darnold and his second year not only because seattle levian bell. I mean there's a million reasons why the expectation level for the offense is very very high and if they come out out and give you a lot of people are going to be unhappy and you wanted to why the expectations are high because adam gates has made them hi i've watched watch you know the jets do this show and they put it out there on the on the on social media and all that stuff and you can you can watch adam kind of break down the film of sam darnold yeah and he is so a few of sam darnold and saying so many great things about sam darnold and as i have but i'm not as coach right one. I think the media guy says something. It's another thing when the head coach starts talking glowingly about your quarterback and you know he has been really over the top in his praise praise of sam and sam's abilities now. I don't know if he's doing that because that's what the jets want him to do. In order to sell season tickets or he's actually doing that because he wants to put extra a pressure on salmon wants to see how he handles enter and totally one hundred percent believes it but he has now lit the fire. If you will of expectations for sam darnold you know my buddy bob glauber from newsday wrote an article yesterday and this goes back a month ago. I think at c._b._s. Seminar he interviewed me about sam. So what do you think about sam. I said well sam's gotta own his football team. He's got to be the man and i think sam understands what i'm talking about. I don't mean he has to be raw ronal that other stuff that that's not my point my point is is that the fifty two other guys on that staff or on that team on the roster the coaches the players that are around him every day. I've got to watch him go about his business as a professional. You don't have to be era guy but you gotta be able to get into people's faces. You've got to be able to own your team. You gotta be able to live up to the expectations at your coach your owner your fan base. The media around here of all put on you is a ton of pressure in that young man. It's his second year and he has got have to own this team. It's gotta be his team. Tom brady is not a raw raw guy but he'll be he'll go off on the sideline every now and again but yeah it's been around for twenty years so this is the beginning of sam second near and unlike mitch trubisky last night. You know if the game is online at the end of the game and it's at home against division rival. You know you gotta go win. It sure got it and if you go win it if you go in it and you do it unlike mr bisky did it last night and he does it here now all of a sudden that's part of the process process of being the man and owning your team and everybody looking at you. You don't have to go out there and tell everybody how great you are not saying that you got to do it on the field. You got to do it in the meeting rooms and you've got to be so damn confident in yourself. That confidence is going to raise. Everybody's level around you and this week. One game is important because it's week one division game all of that apple also extra importance with the way that the jets schedule lays out early on you know they drop this one then you're thinking about. Maybe being a hole in a whole that's going to be tough to new climate of but there's reasons to be excited with the players at the jets have acquired via the draft and free agency and how much of a new look team. This is from the four win team last year. The one thing that i really wanna see and i think is going to be a major factor with this offense. I think sam's gonna be alright. I really do as much crap as levy theon bell. I think he's in shape and ready to roll. I think he's gonna be alright but who's that guy that next star or someone. That's going to help out sam darnold. Is it going to be rob again anderson again. Is it going to be jamison crowder. Is it going to be quincy and noon well. I thought that it sucks that chris. Hernan suspended for the first four games because the rapport between those two guys at the end of the year was spectacular but robbie anderson had a great stretch at the end of last year. Can he now mature into a guy who is looked at as a legit it number one wide receiver. That's a big question for me or is it going to be sort of by committee with those other guys but i think that sam needs. He needs one more guy out there to really step up and have a breakout season for him as a past time on don't forget about him. I mean he is. He is really good player. He's an under the radar signing. I know he's has injury issues but at the end end of the day he's a guy that kind of brings you the same thing that levian bell brings you he can catch out of the backfield so be interesting to see how they deploy william and the point that you're making about the wide receivers as good but we don't know yet right why because they haven't played now we haven't seen them since last year and we have not really seen a a offensive game plan put together and what adam gates is going to try to do to the buffalo bills in our defense so this is the fascinating part. It's it's opening night. We saw both teams offensively last night. Just look like they got pushed around a lot of mistakes a lot of penalties the offense of wine and the bears may have had their worst game in the last ten games. They made so many mistakes. It was ridiculous but hey this is. This is opening weekend the n._f._l. Now the say all that other stuff the san antonio brown stuff now so i don't know if you saw this but the captains of the raiders yeah collectively got together after practice yesterday and they wanted to john gruden's office and they are the players that have witnessed the nonsense that has gone on for the last five weeks with the raiders and their and their training camp in the frostbitten feet and the helmet and the missing preseason games and missing meetings and missing practice and that's why mike mayock had to find antonio brown because he's one of fifty three he may be the best of those fifty three but he has to be treated the same way and mike and mike mayock doc was pushed to the brink late in training camp he said either. You're all in there. You're all out remember that whole discussion of course and that's when the fine came and then antonio brown obviously isley as we go down the you know the road here of history puts that let her out on instagram and you know put some really tough words to it and then comes word that he threatens mic mac on the field. The players saw all that yep so the players wanted to see jon gruden said hey coach whatever you guys decide we are with you and then derek carr goes onto say that you know it's hard to defend the indefensible. It's hard to sit. Sit here and support antonio brown. We all want him on the field. We all want him to be a part of our team but the things that he has done <hes> just basically we. We can't defend so the players to tell you that he is out on an island and is i don't know if he's bipolar. I don't know if he's tripolar but he is basically soclean cost him third himself. Thirty million dollars guaranteed depending on what the raiders do with him and if they suspend him all those practical guarantees that the raider gave him a new contract after they made the trade with the pittsburgh steelers those guarantees go by the wayside man. His idiocy is going to cost him a potential thirty thirty million in guarantees. Now the raiders have the leverage now because of his actions they can suspend them now. They can still keep them that doesn't mean they're gonna cut him but they could suspend end him and wipe out all those guarantees meaning that they'll have that leverage over the top him over the next three years if they decide to keep them yeah. It sounds to me though that they if they end up going on after those guarantees that that's going to be something that's going to be a mess for the raiders. It's gonna drag on for a long time because then then you're talking about you know jon gruden rude and mike mayock having to go to hearings appeals and dealing with that so that's another layer of it but you cannot defend anything that antonio brown has done however the raiders to me who have preached all this and mike mayock since getting this job preached the culture and the accountability and all of this stuff went out and traded for a guy who was visibly insane and also quit on his team the last week of the season when the playoffs are on the line so i'm. I'm not defending antonio brown's actions. This is ridiculous a raiders fan. I would be livid with this guy. However if you're trying to change a culture that's the last guy on earth you should be trading for is antonio brown so they deserve a ton of criticism in this and if they end up now trading away khalil lille mack who was one of the dominant defensive players that game seen in the last five years trade away him and then bringing this guy and after cottam before he plays a game i mean that's-that's organizational malfeasance you know what i think they did here they also brought in bonn tells perfect and richie incognito and they trade for antonio brown and and give him a contract to pacify yeah i think they had holes on their roster. They wanted to take fliers on players and they wanted to give players in some cases second third jordan fourth chances just simply because they don't have the players to man those positions and they figured this was the cheap way out and i'm talking about the other two not antonio brown and we'll we'll give them an opportunity community to kind of get their lives right. That's why you didn't see much of reggie incognito or montas perfect on h._b._o. Hard knocks. I said we're not putting these two guys out there because it's gonna make us look ridiculous advantest perfect one of the guys that separated mayock and antonio brown. That's how far antonio brown that perfect is a voice <music> of reason out there on the practice and i'm going to tell you the personality of mike mayock has not to take any flack or any crap from anybody but remember who hired mike mayock jon gruden gruden jon gruden did so by virtue of extension good cop bad cop <hes> you know he's doing exactly what group wants to do. He's he's look you've got. You've got the whole this guy accountable because i got to be very careful. I got fifty two other players now. Those fifty two other players. I believe took jon gruden off the hook. Now they went in there and they talked talked to him yesterday as captain instead where would you coach whatever you decide to do. We're good man. Knock on wood. Knock on right so get rid of the guy suspend the guy what ever it takes whatever you do. We've got your back as plight. What's today. That's great. That's great to hear. What did they think was going to happen when they traded for this guy they they gave him in the world saw that he was going to be a problem now that i think it was going to happen before the season started no but at some point when he wasn't getting i i remember talking about this. You know whatever team he went to that first game where you only get targeted four times or whatever throughout the whole game. He's gonna lose his mind. He's going to throw a water cooler. He's is going to be kicking stop on the sidelines and crashing his quarterback. I thought it would happen midseason. It didn't even get to week one. What did the raiders expect when they traded for this guy you remember when the yours yours just got hammered when they traded him and said they got nothing for him in house but they got they got they got hammered. I don't believe that the giants got hammered not often frodo beckham junior and steelers getting how're ultimately. You got to get rid of these guys outta the locker room now. I do think that there is something to be said about. What may occur doc is talking about the culture and lock them. Every general manager in every coach wants that that's why cattlemans doing what he's doing that the giants that's why he got rid of certain players that didn't want to hear any missing. Listen guy said he didn't bring an ear. He you know they do this in hockey they do. I don't necessarily know that they do it all sports but where you are where where the game is really physical nasty like this and the and the and the physicality come into the game football and hockey they try to do that. They try hi to make sure that the guys that they have that roster and the way that they build the the room the locker room. It's going to be supportive of of the team in all the worst or situations because that's when it all becomes a revealing attribute to your team whether or not you're good because when you're losing you got locked. Lawyers lawyer said the media talking off the record. All these things are shown up in the paper. You know you got connections in the on social media and also the crap. I i would not be surprised that the raiders decide to move on. I wouldn't be either but i think that every all the focus is on antonio brown i mean i just think that you know the rate deserve some criticism and you're comparing dodo beckham junior at this point. I mean odell beckham. Junior's boutros boutros ghali compared antonio brown at this point about those two guys the del handle himself poorly antonio brown. This is this this dwarfs. The terrell owens craziness craziness where he was doing situps in his driveway. What antonio brown has just done in the last three weeks coming in with frostbitten defeat after arriving in training camp to training camp in a hot air balloon and then refusing to practice because he couldn't find a helmet that was not older than ten years old to play with and then threatening to fight who'll do punches general manager in the face before week. One is is the most bizarre behavior i've seen from a single player that is on a roster probably in my life and and you haven't even listed any of these social social media on top of all of this stuff including him instagram ing the fine notes that he got from mike mayock say no yes hit yesterday and yes that he punted the ball and yelled at may find the for that bleep. You know what i mean. Yes totally insubordinate and i'm on mike mayock aside here. He's got to be the hardest. He's gotta be guided holes the player accountable. They're fifty two other players that are looking at them in every coach out there that is listening to this. I think applauds leads exactly what the raiders are doing right now. No real for real. You're gonna be out thirty million bucks boomer and geo on a fan on end up with the patriots the super bowl. It's the morning show with boomer esiason and gregg giannotti boomer and geo n._f._l. Season get started last night lighting chicago with a packer win. Jerry recco is here about that and everything else. I think boomer has something to save. I just wanna say this last thing about antonio brown round now. The raiders have not suspended yet. <hes> the raiders basically right now are trying to figure out what to do and i'm sure they are in contact with the league office when it comes to the c._b._a. And what all the rules are what the potential fallout of this is and of course you see drew rosenhaus a._b._c.'s agent last night at the game name. You know talking about how we have to repair this fractured relationship. Your your client created the fracture has nothing to do with mayock and in gruden it has to do with your crazy client. Who's completely out of control drew. Rosenhaus knows that but he also knows that money rules the world and he's going to have his clients back because he gets a massive amount of money so a guy who votes as much as antonio brown the guarantees are about twenty nine point one three million dollars that the raiders if they suspend him could could could wipe out and have the leverage over the top of don't have the guts to do that then i would cut his ass i would man and if the players came in and told gruden we got your back. We understand because because what we saw in what went on here for the last four weeks is a disgrace that no football player should get away with what antonio brown has tried to get away with then inkata's. Ask yourself about the friday of week one. I know they play monday nights a friday a week one and this is what they're dealing with. Jon gruden just ten million dollars a year and he's supposed to be there when they moved to vegas. He might just step down. No peru yeah for. I'm just telling you so they're. I think they're just going through what you know. There's also you gotta. You're dealing with california california employment law and everything else <music> out there. It's not just the n._f._l. The it's a lot of different things that you know that you have to deal with and this is going to be interesting to see what the raiders do. I my sense is i would just cut him. Get rid of them. Because that's how bad it's been yeah no. It's not i've seen in my life. It is it is it is really bad. I i mean it is erin criminal activity that you threaten somebody to punch him in the face. This is the general and that wasn't just somebody was the general manager jerry. What are you got forced man. We're brought to you by bobby v's restaurant and sports bar and winter stanford the destination crafted for all that monday night game is against the broncos <hes> this was jon gruden yesterday. I'm not going to get into any of that stuff right now have official announcement later but <hes> i'll. I'll be happy to the questions. Did you see the incident that just yeah <hes>. I'm not gonna get into all of it. Obviously <hes> wasn't here today and when we have some information for you we'll we'll give it to nine on here today. Meaning thursday didn't practice gruden runs the team. He's the guy that's running the team. He's the one that's telling me what to do and may aachen. He are on the same page. This was the the statement that he alluded to from mayo antonio brown's. Not in the building. Today won't be practicing <hes>. I don't have any more information for you right now and when i have some and it becomes appropriate you guys all get it. I promise you but that's it for today at that time is today and if they make a decision on what they will or will not do with antonio antonio brown that having been said the season did officially open last night in chicago. Bears packers started the one hundred season and here was the lone scoring play of the evening packers other first and goal at the decca pass while he looks like he does spinal pass in the back part of the end zone leaping. I think to catch by the tiny graham defenders prey on both shoulders three and catches a yard touchdown pass from an rodgers and the packers have taken the lead kevin harlan westwood one on the fan yeah now there was a nice standing ovation for ovation but a big ovation for panara the kicker acre who did actually make his thirty nine yard field goal. The packers field goal to ten three the final score. The bears had eight punts on eleven all events of cereal punt who hunt rough boring yeah now off throwback game terrell back to nineteen twenty eight th road back right on n._b._c. n._b._c. man. How goofy was that. I don't think you guys miles per hour of the kicks. No i did not like the launch angles of the they're always i mean the last last year that whole green thing that did change the color didn't like that either they brought that back in germany much you think but then they dressed up like fools they had that <hes> those outfits and then to foia look like what they call those flapper girls back in the day in the twenty. S isn't that what they call dono. I wayne randazzo eddie. Somebody please all right yeah flapper girl patrick mahomes commercial though if you saw that yes about him being the huskies please call him young or immature whenever it wasn't he's gonna catch up on the steak says kind of thing so my buddy peter king interview peter king eugene did interview on the field with brett farve and patrick mahomes just having a catch and both guys talking about each other and you know a petrol. The homes is born in nineteen. Ninety-five get out brett farr feels like what twenty four hundred even realize it yeah so yeah that was there was peter did a good job with that. Hey everybody it's boomer assize and it's september and you know what that means the n._f._l. On c._b._s. is back stream. Your local game live every reese sunday with c._b._s. All access available across all your favorite devices. All you have to do is go to c._b._s. Dot com slash boomer to get a one week free trial l. of c._b._s. All access here was <hes> you also had mitchell trubisky getting picked off <hes> right around the two minute warning time and so the packers hold on for the win and adrian amos with the pick in the end zone here he was. He says he was prepared. They did to play a couple of times and <hes> he missed it. A one of the times he was opening open on it and did it again and they <hes> they hit so. I'm saying that they lined up again. We're going to get that play and they got that play might as well punt pods. Nothing might what is well putt putt. Go ahead hunt trubisky on the night twenty six of forty five to twenty eight and the interception alan robinson did have one hundred two yards receiving in the lost the season off and running sunday jets bills adam gays says is offense ready ready to roll. I love the confidence that our guys have. I think they're having fun playing in this offense. I love communication that we're getting back from the players with whether it be ideas suggestions and tweets that they wanna make how they kinda see. Here's sam darnold their quarterback. It all starts guys around him for me. I have a ton of trust and protect and i have a ton of trust that everyone's gonna be in the right spot doing the right things <hes> so and i do think it's a testament to how well we practice are ready for. This challenge. Meantime on the giants will be in dallas late. Sunday afternoon are as jenkins. What are you thinking about this club a lot of things <hes> we're gonna work together the by the swarm to the ball nagoya johnny football young young dad but they matured over the off-season. I'm just ready to see everybody played one of those young guys as saquon barkley arguably one of the best players in in football. He sees across the country the new deal in ezekiel elliott zeke congratulations on the deal <hes> that's amazing <hes>. It's more made the fact that you don't want to see a guy that talented sit out as good for the competition is true though yeah forum. Is there ever a guy with dell but i'm just i don't care you know this kind of athlete that you know if he's on your team and this is the aaron judge of the yankees or the giants i mean i mean this is the guy you really wanna root for gets it. He understands you know who he is. In the the pecking order he's a captain now he was named captain twenty two years of age now terrific job by him and hopefully as a great season and the cowboys did the pomp and circumstance yesterday with jerry jerry jones stephen jones and ezekiel elliott. Jones couldn't do it wednesday when they did the signing because he was in new york city was ringing the bell at the stock exchange the real the reason i was up there though is knew this was coming and i was up there to get my finances in shape with well nance assist ways day he gave elliott fifty million dollars guaranteed later in the day took over a company and he was tiven eighty eight million dollars of of shares eight million shares. He profited sixty two million dollars wednesday. Remember anytime they give a guaranteed to a player yes okay. The team has got to put that money in escrow that that money has to be put in escrow scott scott immediately yeah immediately. It's got to be there. They cannot give guarantees and not have the money to back it up so he's got this one of the reasons why he was he was not kidding. You komo finances right. He literally made sixty two million dollars wednesday. Well there you go just gave it all to a lot of it for sure. <hes> browns take gone the titans on sunday odell beckham junior dealing with a sore hip. What is it exactly that hinders me from opening up and and fully sprinting as fast as i can so we'll see we'll see the brady even senior at full speed yet. No not really just <hes> especially what would have had going on. I just kind of afraid to just open up. I rather get the sunday and open up then to be running around and and myself before the game and one reporter then goes is an eighty percent of you better than one hundred percent of others and he looked smiled and said i believe in me so i think he thinks he will be just fine. Baseball mets and yankees were off yankees and boston tonight. The middle herrmann opposing i believe is going to be jewish. Cia seen we'll have it on the fan at six thirty nine and a half games ahead of tampa boston six and a half out in the wild card race also good news on this front luis severino matanzas to pitch and a double a playoff playoff game for the trenton thunder today. You're in the playoffs and they get donald potala team. What is this exact. The who's next aaron judge <hes> mentos the phillies stephen matt zach eflin the starters. They're mets again five behind the cubs for that second wildcard spot in the national league cubs beat the brewers ten five astros astros trailed the mariners seven. Nothing came back beat seattle and thirteen eleven nine on a game winning home run by michael brantley. Max freed seven innings one head fall braves make it seven straight forward or two over the nationals raise beat the blue jays six to four twins over the red sox to one white sox defeat the indian seven one the reds by the phillies and eleven four three game winning home run for philip sirven women's semi-finals at the us open serena williams were they straits it went over atlanta's felina helena's lena lena. It is spit alina. Thank you appreciate lena. Sit or run just fired him. Is that right handed. These names and i'm mike what janka andrea skew beat balloon belinda bench and then mens semis today at four donell medvedev plays gregor dmitrov followed by rafi on the dell and matteo bertini. It's the morning show with boomer esiason and gregg giannotti boomer and geo too big n._f._l. Stories yesterday tony brown and mike mayock getting separated on the practice field and we'll see how that whole thing ends up shake it out of course the first game of the year which was a rough watch for sure i mean i was happy that real football was back in it mattered and it's a war off off in the third quarter because i said wow i maybe just took a half to get these teams going but then the third and fourth quarter there was less offense well first the second quarter i think i think the bears defense held up there in the bargain. Everybody knew how good they were going to impose their plan against one of the best quarterbacks of generation <hes> the packers depends however are certainly showed us something significantly different look with mike pet now <hes> still calling us puts his rex ryan mentality and all that other stuff but better players. There's and one of those players happens to be the guy who got the the game sealing interception last night and where did he come from the chicago bears on the paris last year. So that's how oh how exciting is that for him anyway but you know this. I wouldn't be surprised we see some more this for the first month of the season that you feel the runt don't yeah i really feel like i don't want to deal with that for the first month you wanna tell me i we. I'll say this the top ten defenses in the league. I think will run roughshod over over who they're playing. I wouldn't be surprised if dallas does this to the giants would do it to the redskins to the redskins i would you know the one i really can't wait to see is what the jaguars look like against the kansas. That's gonna be a big match up. That's a fun one and i do believe that baker mayfield and the browns offense should be able to move the ball all on the titans and i wouldn't be surprised if the browns defense gets a number of turnovers remember one of the reasons why the bears were so good last year is because they got so many turnovers turnover on defense yeah and they didn't get any last night so if you don't get any turnovers and then it falls back on your quarterback in your quarterback lead your offense to eight punts out of eleven series you got problems and mitch trubisky has got to calm down and he'll get better as the season goes on a little bit of an eye opener for him and matt nagy and last night. He looked like he was playing way too fast and he was and how chris was talking a little bit about you know his quiet feet and you you could say i still saw the guy that i saw last year quiet feet. You're quiet but you know and i know you're big on him last year lead time. I need to clarify this because now i'm being spun spawn as the guy so i hated the draft pick you did and i slammed him his rookie year to the point where like i was the trubisky hater he came out and won the division in which my team my favorite team plays and played well so i decided to scale back on my criticism criticism him and give him credit. I still don't think he's going to be like you know pro bowl m._v._p. Candidate guy not even close but last year showed showed me that he could play at least to a certain level league which i never thought would happen this. I thought with his team in the way that team has built. This is a huge year for him this game one of sixteen gene so he'll be better as as the season goes on so i'm not going to overreact to one performance especially in a especially against a team that has a new coach in a new way a appealing about themselves in the green bay packers that defense he has to be like good enough like rex grossman was good enough to get into the super bowl and that's what he needs to be. I really believe that and i think he's capable of doing that being good enough to get them play on like this but this is the point if he does that. Are you going to pay him like you know we at the market square in here the other day and i asked him about that prescott and he likes tack you dachsie unquestioned leader of the cowboys but that prescott is got to be better than dak prescott scott has been the last three years and what we all mean by that is he's got a standard pocket. He's gotta throw accurate passes. You know he's got to be the guy that when the game aim is on the line he's gonna make the play for you and you know who knows what that plays. Maybe he buys a little time in the pocket. Throws the ball up. What's amari cooper. Jason witten come down with. It can't always be about ezekiel elliott especially if these players are gonna want thirty million dollars a year to play the position so now the bears are going to be an a quandary at the end of this year. You're going to have to decide whether or not they believe it. Mitch trubisky is going to be jared goff carson wentz and they're going to extend them well. Maybe it won't be an a quandary because they'll play so well or so. Oh poorly that the decision will be. That's why i put him on that list. He's one of those guys because he's on a super bowl caliber team but it only really becomes super bowl cavalry. He plays s. replays matter. You're right. Let's go to bill in miami. What's going on bill good morning. Hey hey what's up man. We got force. Hey it's mike may even it qualified to beat a g._m. Is yeah. I think so man the guys one of the smartest dudes around the league. We saw that when he was on television you gotta remember. The reason that gruden brought autumn in was because of how sharpie was scouting guys while he was on television. He doesn't gruden is running this deal. May i play bad guy and you know. This guy has never even been a furnace. He's never been a scout. Anything never be been around the league office now. He's he's been around. He's been around the n._f._l. For a long time he is a smart guy bill and i understand that you know he's an office. He's never been a general manager before never been dealt with these personalities as a boss what what he has done and what he did a great job of when he was with either n._b._c. c._b._s. C._b._s. sports or fox sports. This guy has got a resume of working within the our business and being connected to everybody else out there in the n._f._l. On every team so he has connections all over the place. I'm not uh-huh. Sit here and say that it's an easy job to do. It's not the general manager is always got a plug. A hole is going to look into trades. Gotta deal with all sorts of agents and everything else. They got a lot of their plate but gruden hand picked him right. He wanted him because of his draft prowess in the way that he covered the draft for the n._f._l. Network and i don't blame him for that. You want people around you that are going to trust you and that love the game of football and see the game of football the way that you do and i do think that he his emotions here are genuine. I do you believe that but i also believe that jon. Gruden is behind this in saying good cop. Bad cop type of deal gruden for sure wants to discipline antonio brown. I know that dan down but i also think that they're trying to make mike mayock the guy to take the fall because gruden can't be gotta do that. We might lose the player for the rest of the well. There's no snowfall to be taken here because mike mayock. He made the trade with the steelers so that was you know according to everybody gruden of course but mike is the general manager of record to make that happen so these guys are in lockstep. They're kind of like john lynching kyle shanahan san francisco. They got long term contracts. It's kind of like adam gates and enjoy douglas here. Joe douglas got a six year contract from christopher johnson and these guys have somewhat have leveraged to ask for this kind of money in this kind of security so look mike mayock is obviously now feeling what all those general managers have felt for all those years ears when he was on the n._f._l. Network talking about their jobs and the jobs that they were doing now. I wonder though does antonio brown really believed that it was only mike mayock who was finding him because he went after mike mayock and then jon gruden ed is press conference and he said you know deep down again tonio good dude man you know he has a glowing report of antonio brown. Again is antonio brown. I know is on another planet but does he really believed that like mike. Mayock is the guy driving the boston antonio. I agree. I mean jon. Gruden has his back like you really have to be that lost. I would think that antonio brown at least has enough faculties remaining to figure out that it's not a lone wolf in mike mayock going after you could tell by watching hard knocks who's running the team. You can see who's running the meetings. Who's talking about the personnel. Who's asking people the knock on wood. I mean it's hard to walk into a meeting room and say to you guys in that meeting. Room are you with me and knock on wood and the one guy that you're counting on is not there yeah and he needs to be there and should have been there and was not excused not to be there. Yeah it is in the players man when they are starting to season in the hopes. Your high gruden's got every knocked together if you're with me all that stuff it's just tough when one guy is separate himself from that kinda. It's been a long time for you because you know you haven't played football in a long time. Because last time you played was <hes> back in high school two thousand season. We'll actually know the nineteen ninety ninety nine season coach coach much like i had a coach at east islip that ran the team the way the team supposed to be run now. I don't know about you but i i was one of the better our players on our team. I was one of the worst that guy my my coach. Sal champi kept some down on me all the time reminding me that i was a part of a team that i wasn't an in individual and when he would call me an individual that would be very insulting to mature yeah but he knew that would be insulting to me because he knew that would also inspire me. It's like bell check and brady. What is like ultimate countable man like you would think i. I've never done anything around here right well. He's done plenty eats the morning show with boomer esiason gregg giannotti boomer and geo on this first football friday at the twenty thousand nineteen n._f._l. Season we're talking jets earlier of course about at the foreign game last night as well and antonio brown. We'll get back to your a._b. Calls in second half touchdown. The giants get started of course in dallas against the cowboys with ezekiel elliot. How much is he going to play. I'm not sure of course they had a lot of running backs. Get some time in the preseason including tony pollard. Who was the guy hi that elicited that zeke who joke from jerry jones with turned out to be a thing during this contract negotiations however jerry jones turned it around and handed ezekiel elliott zeke who t-shirt so they were able to bury that hatchet but i think that they're probably be a little bit cautious with zeke because you know in this game. It's a seven point spread. I think the cowboys are far ahead of where the giants are right now to start the season that you know maybe late third quarter fourth-quarter. You're not gonna sees much of ezekiel elliott because the lead is going to be significant and this is going to be a theme for me unless i'm proven wrong and otherwise with the new york giants. I think that they're one of the worst teams in football and that's not me trying to go out of my way. As many giant fans will tweet me to tweak the giants. It's not that at all they're just in a transition period read right now and they're building and we're going to find out if dave gettleman is building the right way with the right personalities in the right talent but they are in a major major rebuilt built and that's what it is finally we know what it is. It's a rebuild and i think that the arizona cardinals have potentially be worse. I think that the of of course miami dolphins have potential to be worse. The cincinnati bengals down there the washington redskins and i think that the giants are right in that mix as well as one of the four or five worst teams in football doesn't meena can't surprise. We've seen this happen before but you know i've got conviction about the giants being pretty bad this year. Four five wins again. It's probably where they're at but you you know. This isn't about them making the playoffs in two thousand nineteen we know what it's about. It's about getting a lot of young players on this roster experience and building. This new generation of giant football ends about saying goodbye eli manning and saying hello to daniel the other thing. You have to worry a couple of things. The cowboys have won four straightness series and dak prescott scott has had his best game as a pro in week seventeen last year in a meaningless game but they they he threw for over three hundred eighty yards. I think in four touchdown so <hes> let me ask you this if the giants go four and twelve three and eleven five and i mean five and eleven three and thirteen eighteen pat shurmur still ahead. Yes i think so you cannot do this. Overhaul this rebuild and then put it on the coach. They wanna tell me that the team quits on them and there's a lot of guys that undergoing a wall like we saw in the last year. I don't think it'll happen either but no i think when you sign up for this. Which is this massive roster overhaul. You gotta cut a little bit of slack to the head coach now what happened last year with todd bowles it was sort of the same thing but we've been here for four years and that that would be my and they you know and christopher johnson did not like what he saw in the building yeah and he didn't like you know the lack of of <hes> the general manager and the head coach you know really being a part of the whole family of the jets and he wanted people that were going to bring energy to the building and that's exactly what he's hired what he's brought in here so we'll see that works out but for the giants really comes down to. How long can eli stave off daniel jones because if they're going to be bad as you say or you think they're going to be. I think they'll deal with better than that but i i don't expect them to win this weekend. I don't think anybody does except for themselves and that's fine but i would say how long can he hold off the inevitable and and the inevitable is the sixth overall draft. Pick is going to get on the field at some point and i don't mean in garbage time i mean in real time starting football games so so if there is bad as you think they are and that's going to be earlier if they're not as bad as i think that they are or that you are. I think they're better than what do you think like six wins. You thinking that i mean look saquon barkley. I think the offense is going to be better because even without odell and the reason i say that is because of this revamped offensive. It's of line that look. There are no excuses regarding the offensive line anymore. I'm sick of it. I don't wanna hear about your quarterback has got to make the offensive line better. He's gotta make everybody better especially when you're paying twenty five million dollars so i think their offense should be better. Needle is always been a little bit of a thorn in the side of the cowboys. Although the cowboys have one nine the last twelve in this matchup <hes> so that's that's really the biggest question for me is one is daniel jones going to see real football time time one. Does he take over or one. Did they believe he'll be ready to take over yeah. I gave you a couple of times that that i think it could happen. After that patriot thursday night game that would would be the early portion of the season. I do not believe that they should make it after the bye week because their first game after the bye week is at chicago and that's not a place. I want to throw a rookie quarterback into makers. I started as a rookie quarterback see if he can handle it. Why not why not make it as difficult as possible because anything after that's going to be a lot easier yeah you can look at it that way. It's just not the way about this league but it's easier with arizona at home which is after the patriot game on the road sure but nothing is easy and anything can happen in any any single game and we saw that last night we'll see it again time and again this weekend. It's going to be interesting to see patrick mahomes. You know he's been. I love him everybody. Everybody loves him. He's much c._t. Must see t._v. And all that other stuff you know opening on the road to jacksonville's not going to be easy no it's not and every high expectations for him in every single game coming off an m._v._p. Ep year <hes> let's get back to some of these antonio brown calls. That's what everybody wants to talk about eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six michaels in new jersey what's going on michael. Hey guys how you doing good man. What's up so you back. Let's see his back miss. Just <hes> touch on this year antonio brown again <hes>. This is my opinion on the thing. Can you know i could be wrong but the guy is a great talent. There's no doubt about that. I mean he's an unbelievable player. That's number one what he's done absolutely he needs to be dealt dealt with or you know with. You know doing whatever actions have to be taken. They should be taken but putting that aside and i'm not saying that i'm i'm a diehard fan of this guy no matter what he has done shane him on hard knocks and seeing him on other interviews his personality just doesn't seem seem to fit the way he's acting. He seems like a likable guy. He seems like a decent teammate when he's when when what whatever we've seen on hard knots what's now well. You know i'm not a doctor but what you were saying before you know maybe he's bipolar or tri-polar. I really think all joking aside this guy may may have some psychiatric situation going on which needs to be dealt with so you know my my buddy brand marshall you know the wide receiver you know basically brought to light you know he was the one that basically came out and said look i've had these mental issues throughout my career and it took me a while while the realize who i am what i am what i'm all about and how i impact other people and there was there was a lot of self awareness later on and brandon's career where he put it out out there for people to look at and i'm telling you this personality trait of highs and lows and <hes> you know get mad at people in being insecure cure and thinking that you're not being taken care of all these different things it screams of some sort of mental issue yeah i mean i've been saying this now for wild wild that montas perfect hit you can go that back to that as a line of demarcation to wear his personality changed and it just i. I know it sounds crazy because i'm not not a neurologist. I'm just telling you that it would not surprise me if you know there was a because of concussions things changed in his is personality a little bit because i was there and i saw him. He was nothing like this early. On now. Ryan clark with stiegler saved for a long time said that he thought that antonio brown always capable of this. You know he would know better than me me but i was in that locker room covering that team. I loved the guy loved him. It may have been one of the reasons why he dropped in the draft yet. This you know this first first round talent and grade could see it but there were other issues with him behind the scenes that nobody ever spoke about and maybe one of the reasons why he dropped in the draft and then you know when he got the big money now all of a sudden he became this crazy figure and i it just the unleashed the the frustration of dealing with somebody like that and i'm sure people out there that are listening to us have people in their lives quite like this just like this and they know exactly what we're talking about and it does take a little little bit of he has no self awareness a what he's doing like the fact that <hes> drew rosenhaus his agents so we're working on this fractured relationship your your client created it you dummy. What is he supposed to say and he works for me. I don't doesn't matter it's like you know. He needs to get him help if he really wants to be his you know his agent and wants to do right by a._b. And also tell the guy he's got problems any needs help. He needs some sort of therapy. It looks like yeah. I mean there's no doubt about. It just seems to be impossible to convince him that he's the problem. It doesn't seem like he is ready for that is part of the problem. Yeah i know but that that is the problem is the problem. It's not going to get fixed because he's never gonna understand that he is the probably the rise in awareness of mental health in this country over the last ten years has been significant you know and i don't know i don't care what it is whether it be football whether it be the gun issues in this country whether it be cystic fibrosis patients you know it's now will become a highlighted of aspect of our society and you know we're watching this guy. Just absolutely destroy himself right in front of us. Yeah and i think that most people i would agree that he's just he's just not right. You know and i don't know what it is. I it's top to give him a diagnosis over the air like this but there is there is no doubt to different people need needs help. I said there's no doubt he needs. He needs help. Maybe three let's go to tim in new jersey. Hello tim guys <hes>. I know that if a player is getting a logical to combine but before they get re-signed science when you do they ever get another test done. I doubt it non so there's no way most most of these teams had signed these guys. The you know the giants we had happened here with odell beckham junior. You know we all watched it right so he it was crazy and member the whole thing about aaron. Donald getting a new contract. He was a part of that same draft. They were going into their fifth year. They wanted extensions <hes> <hes> and and odell beckham junior for about three months there didn't say boo just went out and practice and so happy to be a giant blah blah blah blah blah then he gets his contract attract and the next thing you know he's on e._s._p._n. A little wayne disparaging his quarterback a craze. I mean obviously the giants thought and i think john merrythought. Sarah thought that all the bad stuff was behind them and we're going to pay him and since we're going to pay him he is going to fall in line and be one of our leaders in one of our best players players in more kinda got worse it. Did i mean that was when he went on to that interview after that contract and said that he wasn't sure if new york was it was a tough off question when josina anderson asked him if new york was the place for him to question what he should have said at that point in time. Was you know what i oh the new york giants. They've supported me. They stood by me. They paid me appreciated me and i and i love playing here in new york. That's what he should assert. That's right but instead. He had hype man little wayne next to him and he goes. I don't know it's a tough question who that was the beginning of the end right there. It's the morning show with boomer esiason and gregg giannotti consumer in football friday by the way you know we're talking about the mental health aspect of antonio brown. It's significant again because this sunday morning a live two hour broadcast on two hundred and thirty five entercom stations all across the country are going to be talking talking about mental health and talking about you know <hes> all the things that are going on in our society including suicide in the name of the program as i'm listening and and when they told us about this particular program <hes> i reached out to the commissioner of <hes> the n._y._p._d. Jim o'neill and i said jim would you mind coming in and discussing be rash of suicides at the n._y._p._d. Has been dealing with ten now in in two thousand and nineteen and for all the cops out there that listen to this radio radio program you know that we support you and we appreciate your service and we know how difficult your job is on a daily basis so i reached out the delmonico's buddy of mine and i said would you mind coming in and talking talking about some of these issues that you've been dealing with you know not so much the political issues but the real issues that are affecting the cop on the street and jim is commonly only enough said yes and he'll be with us in the nine o'clock hour so we look forward to seeing jim and talking about some of these issues that the n._y._p._d. And the rank and file or dealing with every every single day yeah absolutely and we hope that we can help in a little way and entercom obviously with this. I'm listening which would be sunday seven a._m. To nine a._m. Hopes that it can help in some small way way if not in a very large for the people who do need the help. Jerry recco is here. He does have an update for us. What's going on jerry morning. We're brought to you by town fair tire. Nobody beats town fair tire no body season opener for the n._f._l. One hundred season last night it was the bears and the packers in chicago. It looked like the bears might might tie this game up late. Instead green bay had different ideas defensively body back is montgomery sixteen yard line at green bay chicago third down in ten shock veterans snapped and arching spiral passive and a quarter of the intercepted famous chicago adrian amos coming through it makes the intersection in the back of the end zone of trubisky net is kevin harland on on the fan that wouldn't exactly seal it but pretty darn close packers. Here's monday beating the bears and holding them off ten three trubisky's pick certainly crucial. He was twenty six to forty five in the loss to twenty-eight aaron rodgers eighteen for thirty two. Oh three he also through the games. Only touchdown pass to jimmy. Graham in the second quarter rodgers on n._b._c. likes his team's defense. It's fun to watch. That was an incredible performance the matt when his head coach we'll get better matlock floors. What was your first game like. I probably didn't save her in the moment too much because i know it's one game and we've you've got a really tough opponent coming up next week and <hes> you just gotta take it week by week. In this league meantime bears head coach matt nagy talks about missed opportunities. That really stood out a couple stick stick out to me. When you have third of one you gotta get to i we had to third and once and we didn't we didn't get in so i know i know why but that's not happening anymore. Third and one we're going to get the first shore alan robinson in the laws one hundred two yards receiving so with that the season often running sunday afternoon in the jets take on the bills tremaine johnson moses hamstring right for johnson. He was asked how he's feeling great. It's been sitting now getting back out. There might have missed time but he says he put the work in a bit. Injuries is party game. I've been injuries greece. The main thing is standing in mentally classroom. That's what i've been doing. He better be healthy. Any better. Be the shutdown corner that greg williams needs because greg williams wants to do he's going to have to have at least one guy that can shadow the other teams best receiver and that's going to be interesting because they bring in in a couple of new receivers the the buffalo bills john brown being one of them the speedster down the sideline and of course coal beasley being other one and it looks like coal beasley and josh josh allen have really got a nice rapport going on from the slot position so that's gonna be something that the jet defense is going to have to be very aware of them sam darnold with a great relationship with love eon bell so far very excited to see him on the field for real all the security now. What is going to look like you own a live game. We've seen it been saying it for years in pittsburgh. We're all we're all relate side to see live in live action jets and bill sunday at one at four twenty five giants cowboys in dallas saquon barkley goes it was in as a team captain along clip but he talks about what it means it means everything is awesome to be captain for for my teammates broken especially ashley young player my second year so pretty cool their culture that they want. That's what galman wants. I get them and was smitten with obviously his abilities but more so the person is and said you know well you talk about redoing locker room and getting the right guys in there. This is proof positive. That's one of the most important aspects <unk> of cattlemen's rebuild is all about alex ogle tree. Giant linebacker says we can be great. We can be one of the best teams in the league. We have a shot at just like every other the team of the year maybe to the super bowl. We'll see it's gotta start sunday. So how important is game one eli manning you always want to get off to a good start and that's always a goal so it's just focus on on a game plan on the cowboys so what they're doing and what we need to do to go out there and play ezekiel elliot will play just not sure exactly how many snaps he will take the raiders open monday night at home against the broncos reports say oakland will spend antonio brown for all of the stuff that went on with mike mayock. Here's jon gruden trying to get ready with or without brown and that's actually easy to do because of the way things have gone. We've been doing that. Obviously you've been at training camp. I think for the last four weeks we have been practicing without them and prepared to play <hes> no matter who's injured yup adapt and unfortunately we had to adapt adapt again today but we're really excited about receiving corps. He was not there yesterday. For practices you can imagine speaking of wide receivers that are not happy or want more money. Vikings kings falcons sunday. Julio jones wants a new deal. Are you going to play on sunday. You would think he would. Here's his answer that i don't know. I mean like what i'm trying to do. Aetna's be ready. I mean there's no like if i'm a playoff. I'm not gonna play a you know a mature. I'm trying to be there now he. He's healthy all about the money with this. It's all about a new contract. One arthur blank has been intimating that it's coming and you know maybe it's just moving money around the falcons because if you're going to give them a guaranteed contract again. You've got to put the money in escrow if you're an n._f._l. Owner this was a weird one because it really sounded like julio. Jones was conflicted with this like. I see some guy's holding out and getting their money but i also really wanna play and i don't know what to do. I mean that's what it's i mean. I never really heard a player in an interview like that. A couple of days or a game sound that on the fence with what he was gonna do interesting 'cause one thing about this this whole raiders thing thing. Remember the remember the wide receiver for san diego tyrel williams and that kid had a couple of really good games last year for the chargers yeah well. He signed this off seasons of free agent for the raiders and that guy is the biggest winner when it comes to the opportunities now. I mean you know for everybody. Who's unhappy about you know antonio only over someone else who's happy always going to benefit ten thousand in pittsburgh. Why when there's an entire off season are they and they know they're gonna resign zeke elliott and they know they're going to re-sign julio jones. Why do they wait to the last section. I got to get the money you know so the n._f._l. Gave two hundred seventy five million per club probably about a month ago so now most clubs are flush with cash and that's why we do see a lot of these things happening now again. If you give a guaranteed contract the money has to go into escrow to cover those contracts. You see what i'm saying so you have to wait till the money is brought in. That's why they usually get signed here. In august and september the browns take on the titans sunday odell beckham junior's first game with his new team. He's dealing with a sore hip how he described his body with this injury interesting listing way to put it. It's like an extremely fast car with like a little alignment of something you know and it's right in the center of of what you need. <hes> at a carta still go but it can is dangerous. You know what i mean. The car was in the garage for four weeks. Remember the giants thought that three of those four weeks that car should have been out on the road. He does have a new car. It's called big bertha. It's a brand new rolls royce that is delivered to him in cleveland and it's got the colors right. I believe i've not seen a picture with the <hes>. The browns orange on it. I have the about the poodle ornament was was figuring of him or something. I think a was it to the one handed aimed to catch. Is that what it was. I don't know if i think i read that again faces on the bottom of the sit on it every time i see see about getting you guys some ford rangers. You gave me a model unless you're a real real. Ones like i get one like if i got one for you. Al what i i use the tampa bay buccaneers logos and colors seattle like a black and maroon or that puta long island what happened to the fire fire orange like the teal and orange or just something like with psychedelic pain and a big peace sign that i get you a miami dolphins one that that would work on yellow that'd be and how about the selebi over that's it and then black and orange for bobby who do we. Who do we talk to for them working on it tax russian but i'm working on it. I'll pay the taxes go away. You know ford truck official truck of the n._f._l. My buddy at ford said ma'am. Why are you guys selling ford rangers in the colors of the of the team. That's a great idea because you're getting red white and blue and white around here a million crazy crazy. That's just here how many black and yellow ones they would sell in pittsburgh or i mean that'd be the packer board ranger state of wisconsin when green and yellow ford ranger make it your official tailgating truck and do it in the colors of your team marketing genius. I should be marketing for the national folks seriously seriously i mean i like what they do. Now do it with me but i'd like to help them a little bit. When can we expect these trucks. I'm working texans. Take on the saints in houston. Lets you take a lease. Are you paying for the lease. I'm in yes. I'm in this like you're working on going to a met game with g. Yeah all right one of those y'all working on it. Here's laremy tunsil. He's in houston now in a new place where he discusses describes. I got to control what control this that's. It's all i can say about that and it's funny because my brother actually made of this quotas it was a a debt to change in involved from the past so that really hit home for me adapt from it was always say you've all from change and move on from the panel says what he's doing then there's drew brees juicy the story of breeze yes so he does has a video about a bring your bible to school day and i guess he got duped because i i suppose this company has had some shady stuff going on the organization that is you know that is all about christian values so therefore you know if if you go down that road then you can extrapolate from that right that lt btcu and you know and gay marriage and everything else and therefore before he gets attacked for now he does a video. That is nothing more than just kids. Bring your bible to school. Whatever so here's how he starts session with the media yesterday. Please raise your hands those who you saw the video that i shot for national bring your bible to school day okay. There's okay so the headline on that was drew. Brees does the video for anti gay hate group. Okay so that's number one and then he just zip it in there for a few minutes <hes> he n._s. Another question okay and in the video. Is there any mention of any group outside of just talking about <hes> national. Bring your bible school the n._f._l. There was no there wasn't right now. He does admit he didn't know much about this organization which to me in lies the problem i was not aware of any of the the things they said about <hes> them lobbying for you know anti-gay any type of messaging or inequality or any any type of hate tight related stuff. I was not aware of that at all. No there there is a silver lining at least for him shame on them wealthiest well. Actually we're sitting here talking about national. Bring your bible to school day. So that's a good thing it's october third for for anybody that wants to overthrow john and did a video explaining his his own feelings and how and and listen we're all of us who have ever covered in known drew brees. He's about a solid guy and dude as you could ever imagine he is for everybody. He is not in any way shape or form tied to any political rhetoric that is trying to not be equal goal for everybody. He is equal for everybody and he certainly said that and he looked angry like he was like man. I caught up in the political nonsense on on social. Media reminds me that breakfast thing where exactly message for some crazy in neo nazi group that he had no idea for five hundred dollars five hundred bucks for this really really careful man. You gotta be real antonio brown do something for you. Yes he did not certainly for an anti uh-huh graduates on your app. I hear subscribers is booming. Might your best brother like what if that was a mean app. He was promoting. We are back after this that asked antonio brown to do that while i was in tony o'brien going to go into the backgrounds of you know the people that are asking him to do the source for no real. No he's not going to do that. I don't think anybody is what did you pay for that again. Five hundred dollars i five hundred dollars. Don't you remember that you do that. You chipped in as well. I did yeah you're attached to that as well. Oh man listen. I just wanted to know that i'm not just really attached antonio brown no way shape or form. I mean come on yankees in boston tonight. We'll have it on the fan yankees. Ninety two and forty forty-nine domingo hormone jewish seen the starters coverage at six thirty janke start the day with a nine and a half game lead on tampa boston six and a half out in the wild card race mets five right out in the wild card race. They take on the phillies tonight. The cubs did win last night ten five over the brewers so that's why the five day game spread of their karl schwab with a grand slam for chicago. The astros trailed the mariners seven nothing and yet here they were in the thirteenth. Brantley has faced whistler once has a double laupepa first pitch and brantley drives this to right center field it sends back rarely at the wall looking up onto up to the astros tomato taste by the astros radio with the call mall and so with that win houston moves to ninety one in fifty one game behind the yankees for the best record in the american league and for the best record in baseball braves over the nationals four to atlanta's won seven straight rays beat the blue jays six to four twins. One indians lost those two teams play this weekend. Those i think it's six and a half games i think separating them <hes> in the a._l. Central reds over the phillies and eleven four three and a philip urban game winning home run women's semi-finals at the us open serena williams and moving into the final again a straight-set win over atlanta's fit elena you had bianca andreescu beating belinda bench men's semi start at four o'clock eastern no medvedev playing gregor dmitrov and then raphael adele and matteo bertini all right thanks jerry. We'll see you next hour boomer and geo at first football friday of the two thousand nineteen n._f._l. Season on the fan eats it's the morning show with boomer esiason and gregg giannotti boomer and geo flipping around. Try and get some <hes> football stuff on these t._v.'s. He's in year because i was watching it last night. That's all sorts of weird crap on here and i just stumbled across one of these channels right. It's a sports sports morning. Show okay that. I've seen before this time and the fbi crew is on there. There's no doubt about it. It's it's not normal crew. That is is there now. What i'm trying to figure out is especially with this specificity of this particular network yeah that on the day after the n._f._l. Season starts and the friday before the first full slate of games in the the n._f._l. Season why would you have your be crew yeah well because the crew worked last night during the celebration of the <hes> one hundred last season of the n._f._l. Maybe you're telling me they worked last night nights. I couldn't work this morning yeah. You said that a man a man who spent twelve thirteen hours on television on super bowl sunday got on a plane they drank three quarters of a magnum bottle of casa migos did not go to sleep right came in and had one of my best shows ever this yes from four hours and did a talk show the day after the super bowl. I was awesome making excuses for these people well. I'm i'm just trying to point out. There are some people that like to shop the work in there. Some other people that you know can't handle it but type. Is that something you left out about. The whole casa migos ego's ingestion was the fact that i was sitting there with phil simms on the plane. He need an adolescent him. Just go off right about the super bowl and replay every frigging play. Every coach's decision who was stiff who wasn't stabbed was there who wasn't this. I'm like oh my god. I mean like three quarters in that bottle. I started actually enjoying myself and i think you've finished the book from the one hour that we had from when we got back to where we were staying that night to shoe studio. I finished off that bottle well. We finished off that bottle. Well you got a cocktail. I did have a cocktail. Yes i mean you cocktail. Yes now thank god because someone had to be so that. That was the decision that i made because once. I saw how hard you you were attacking attacking anything. Oh it was an attack man. It was like a steak right here phil simms yeah. You have to deal deal with him every sunday. Yeah i used to deal with them. On tuesdays. I have to do the two but on sundays and after game in a flying tube where i can't get up and get away from him yeah. There's only one thing to do man. I tell you this softened the blow. That's what i was working on softening the blow to take over all the libraries that day and the the first one i had contemplated taking over when you said get yourself a brand new ford expedition and then i said i might have to take these reach over and that was the tipping point was when you were reading the nj diet spot and you open it up with. Are you a fat. I paid which was not one of them rhetorical questions that was on the copy so i said at that point. Let me take the rest of ask for us in for the show so we're able to get done this show and i remember the flight back and i remember the super bowl sitting there next to fill at everything i mean it was is a great day. It's been a taping day ethic up. Yes what's that the sports minute tapings epic yeah they were. They were admitted committed. I had fallen in our listeners could appreciate it was great for thirteen years. Show up all the time after those games and everything else because it's important to talk about those games yet my wife and i had a tremendous experience took it to the game. It was awesome. It was all thanks to you and your hospitality and it was so much fun and i'm so happy that we did the show the way we did because i'll never forget added. I will never forget that but just so you know that's been going on for thirteen. That was just your first experience. I know right right right great and you know what i will say that that's the best part about being. A part of this particular. Show in this city is that you get to talk about things. Essentially i to the masses <hes> and i want to be on the air the next morning after the super bowl of course. I wanna be on the air at the next morning. After the yankee playoff games i wanna be on the air. You know doing all all those things that you get to talk about. I which is great right and that was the one of the reasons why you decide to stay here in the morning with with all of us as opposed to taking your talents to the party at one point and freak everybody out there. This is it man this is. This is our home. This is my home and this is even so aggressive with him. You know what it is saying your ear. Oh came in force horseriding tonio brown in the morning exactly yes sorry about that but i thought i saw you say to him and his ear no. It's it's going to bring it up with or without any help because that was part of the story man because these guys are taken off the day after the season opens true when they're the you know this is the sport they talk about all the time snowflakes and i thought about you at that spot. Just it's about coming to work man. You know that that's absolutely absolutely it's the morning show with boomer esiason and gregg giannotti boomer n._g._o. The n._f._l. Season he's in left us with one of the most boring football games on earth during the super bowl but it was a little bit easier to accept because you crowned the champion it was the patriots again and all of that fanfare than last night. It opened up with another really really bad football game but it's a football game that counted counted and that was fun to watch. We finally have that back and it's something that <hes> it clearly is for me the sport that i like talking about the most it's the when i get the most excited about. Unfortunately we've had a couple of down years for the local. Teams around ears or hasn't been a lot of juice locally but that might change. I don't think it'll be the giants. It's gonna change with but it might end up being the jets. I believe the jets are going to have a winning season this year. I'm not going to go crazy and say that they're going to to win. Eleven games twelve games but i do think that nine and seven and six is is attainable and that's what i think jet fans should be expecting expecting from this group this coaching staff this quarterback and all the changes with the roster. I i really believe that. That's not a an unreasonable expectation by any stretch at our c._b._s. Sport seminar n._f._l. Football are a lot of people are asking the analyst like under the radar team under the radar team under the radar team. Now the jets are not an under the radar team because of all the changes and everything that's gone on here and because of the media that surrounds the team and you know we're smacked in the face with it every single title day almost to a man on the n._f._l. Today everybody said the buffalo bills yeah every team under the radar team. Buffalo bills dell's buffalo bills so much like we all thought that the chicago bears would probably win the game last night at home great defense lot the celebrate new kicker the mitch trubisky's third year a code for the green bay packers blah blah blah blah. Yes what the packers walk out of there with ten three win so this game on sunday while i can't wait to see le eon bell i've really i can't wait to see both of these quarterbacks go at it yeah and both of these defenses because the bills about matt good defense good obviously the coaches defensive coach by nature and i can't wait to see what greg williams comes up with yeah. I mean that's there's so many things that are exciting citing around the you know scares me about whether scared what scares you the kicker yeah. No i know so. I guess he's not been able able to vic that is hasn't been able to kick at metlife stadium yet note because there's some sort of soccer yeah what the hell's that about i gotta use the stadium for other things and put grasset in the stadium for soccer or why can't they get them out there and just least gets you know feel the winds and all that stuff i mean carre raid. Vic is going in there blind. I'm sure he's spent a lot of time in fjords in norway so i can't imagine that the weather over there the swamp is going to be that much different especially in september hamburg man i tell you it looks like it's going to be a beautiful day owned by the way a message from the jets look. There are no more paper tickets. Everything is going to be mobile all apps jesus this the n._f._l. The giants too by the way good luck with that but they want everybody to realize if you're going to the game. Make sure you download the jets app or the paper ticket. Now are even issued no more okay so it's not like speed ornery showing up there with paper. Take about you could print them out and go show up but that's not gonna work now. Not going to know what what if you're like a guy whose name glasses you don't have a smartphone then what right people i'm going to have a computer. I don't have a smartphone about handed me my glass right now. I got the message last night. This is all we're going to do is take phone phone calls on that on monday. I season ticket holders since nineteen sixty who never missed a game in these bastards turned me away. I need to go to the bathroom the same cell phone since one thousand nine hundred ninety four can kenmare day would probably by remote control is my representative steve rosner. You know he's a huge fan. Lungs doesn't have a smartphone. It's got a flip the phone see he can't go to the game got up to show up with his ipad or something. I let me get my wheelchair so here. Here's the best that i got up. You're going to the game. Make sure you have your tickets downloaded to the jets app or the ticketmaster app macron. You're or on your phones wallet. Make sure you just wanna make sure everyone is in early. Watch it in early because it's opening day of course in is going to be a lot more security and all that other stuff but my man mike del judas. You guys know him. He's singing the national anthem the u._s. Army flyover awesome the jets defense will be introduced. Here's the perfect example yeah. Joe beningo does not not have a smartphone. The guy's got he's got a flip phone to that are going to be roy. Gonna let me in this game. You're not gonna let me in now. Let me ed is right here. I've been a fan or for my entire freaking life rice. I want to go to the game. I live and die with this team. I got the scars to prove it and because i don't have a frigging i've thought and all of that this technology i refused because people were watching you. People would get these alexes and then all of certain. There'll be stuff showing up at your house that you talked about when you're watching a commercial. I don't need any of this. I will need any of this this could happen. I'm sixty five years old going on one hundred five i got i don't know how many days left let me into the frigging game. You get escape skein my phone. The scanners is at shoprite is check it out with my black bed. Deli meats. Let me bring together craig fina that'd be craig vehicle craig fina so baby craig fina could help him and he could give the tickets to him on his phone this is this has the potential to be like apocalyptic. Not just the justice giants giants too. They're both they're both doing. Giants got older fans. They're all doing this man jogos to like a game a year at least so. How's he going to handle this. What happens to that. He's gotta go get an iphone. Just go to the jet game. That's going to be just a long long line. Full of people trying to get in just scrolling through their phones china's. Find the app where it might be doing if you're listening. If you know somebody get it out there and let everybody know l. I mean they've gone through this through preseason but now obviously a lot of people who do not go to the preseason games now going to become into the regular season oprah. This is a big opener opener. There's a lot of fanfare around the team. They all want to see sam darnold and adam gays and levian bell and c._j. Moseley and jamal adams. I mean they really really good places exciting team to what an app to me to me. An app is like big clams. That's an app brawl. Mozzarella sticks dick stats an app so you want me to do. What now would you want me to put mozzarella sticks on my phone and in show them to you. Is this what you want. I never in my never in my freaky life bro. Have i ever had to deal with something so i gave me get into the game. Horrendous niskanen is often. Take my blood chick. Hey don't you remember what mike wouldn't go on twitter or wouldn't do that. Stuff no sure now of a sudden. He's radio dot com guy. I mean you have to adapt adapt. Joe's not adapt mike. Mike sounded like that like five years ago yeah right. I've never tweeted. I don't do it. I don't have an account. I have no interest you will never you ever see me use that. Utilize them ever write. It never happened and that he's at the twitter headquarters like two days later. This is obviously the biggest thing that's going in the world and then i told you that was going to happen. I knew that twitter was going to be huge and i told you that it was going to be so influential. Joe is going to the the game by the way all right. Let's go to sammy and her savvy. What's happening. Hey what's up guys <hes> so i i just want to set some light on this mobile ticketing thing <hes> it's not it's not just the jets the giants entire n._f._l. Yeah <hes> and you know the happening games where ticketmaster services don on down before the that and you'll have you know seventy thousand people waiting outside the stadium being able to lodge seven saw so member may memo to ticketmaster make sure you got your crap and older and then the none of those fans will be drinking before the game right sammy. There's none none of those guys will be. We'll be drinking right yeah. Of course everyone's going to be able to their phone. Properly service won't be battled be reasonable. I'm sure they'll be reasonable when talking to you. You know it's amazing. I've been doing this now madison square garden for three years with my ranger ticket. That's you're savvy. We're not talking about you. We're talking about joe beningo who's going to the game who has never used a smartphone in his his life. This is a guy who was picked up a mouse at a computer and started moving around in the air thinking that was going to move the cursor okay okay. This is what we're talking about here. That's the and he's not by himself in this. He is not a a lone wolf polly in brick. What's going on poly. Hi guys <hes>. I'm just calling to find out about what if you're a season ticket holder. I don't know it's the same thing every the i'm sorry my husband's family owned season tickets and we already have our tickets. I'm going to the dolphin game. Hopefully we'll win. I'm a giants fan actually have paper. Tickets are tickets there you go. I don't know what the hell ed. So you know i got. I got the edict or the edict. The ask ask from the jets to make that announcement. I think they're turning anybody away. I think they're trying to get everybody to think this way yeah all right well. Jimmy in wapping <unk> falls. What's going on jimmy l. real yeah. I just wanted to let you know i told him. I didn't have a smartphone and i didn't want anything to do with that and they said they would mail me pay for tickets which they did in in two days. They said however you wouldn't be able to use your jets rewards cash or anything like that. I said okay no problem but they send me an email last night and said that they had technology technology upgrades and now i can so i guess if you need to you can't get the paper tickets and you really. You really don't have a smartphone. He just didn't want to deal with the download and the i fono tailgating steve rouser beningo there you go. I mean that is crazy. That's the thing i tried to send rosner text messages and it's like goes nowhere. I'm like come on man but he carries around like an ipad. That doesn't make any sense. I'm like why are you carrying around ipads. I you gotta get emails. God is the ipad is just a bigger version of what you could have in your phone. Take that stick it in your pocket and you're making the iphones bigger now and the android bigger than the samsung l. Do whatever the hell they call their bigger and bigger and bigger and jagged pissed when people don't have iphones that's it's like when you send text messages and they go green and try to send a video to send a video to you and it looks like it was filmed in one thousand nine hundred fifty. I can't stand that why why my thing is like what so you have. You have your phone service and then your ipad is going to have to have service right or you have to be connected. Wi fi shows right up to two devices that are carrying cell phone service when you don't need to yeah well i i like you know like when i use my ipad and everything if i can't get because i don't have my ipad tied up to cell phone service but if i can't use it via why because i'm in a place where there's no wifi then i'll tie add to my phone okay. Well you know cooking. That's the way you gotta do but i don't know if he does it that way. I have no idea well so i guess so just to let everybody know i guess you can get in with a paper ticket if you requested a paper ticket. They're just really trying to phase it out to everybody. Not gonna turn you away if you ended up getting getting a paper ticket. I'm just telling you what i got from. The jets and i read it verbatim yes so there <hes> you know bouncing around the truth because somebody by season ticket. It spends all that money buying season. Tickets are going tell me can't go to the game because i don't have a smartphone no way not going to happen. If you're gonna go. You're gonna get your tickets but it'd be a lot easier if you download it on the app and you have it on your smartphone for those people that have it on their smartphone good. You're going to go right in and everything's fine now. See i do everything on the smartphone. The boarding boarding pass when i go on a flavors gets every everything on a smartphone ross in westport new york what's going on ross and morning. You guys are the good taking my call yeah all right. What do you got for us. You know so obviously the whole concept is speed right. They wanna move people through the turnstiles was fast as possible so they're getting to a point where it's all going to be some imprinting at some point. So everybody who has season tickets at some point is gonna get one of those little jimmy jamie's in the mail that they connect to their computer and they're gonna scan their thumb and then everybody in your family as part of the season the plan you just gonna go and you're gonna put your little patent. It's gonna like it through and then ultimately ticketmaster gonna move into it and stub hub and everybody else they're trying to. I mean right now the little u._p._c. code that ends up on your phone whether it's a little square or the bar i mean that's you know that's kinda just like a mid way right so they're going from the paper to that ultimately like paper stuff into codes are going to completely go away and someone will be caught. A murderer at will be caught through this this thumbprint no metlife stadium to jet game in a crab that but the thing that i'm envisioning now is all right so they have they they. We know like they've got a fingerprint but they don't have it in the fingerprint database because it's someone who's never committed a crime before but they think that they might have gone to a local sporting running event and then there has to be all lease tied up in the supreme court if they could use the thumbprints that the jets and giants have metlife stadium to get in there and then all of a sudden. They're saying well. I released the information. We're trying to catch a murderer but no he said the privacy of our customers i could not as a you know what the yankees have. The yankees have that thing. That's that they have at some airports. It's called clear and is the is and the <hes> the two factors yeah love your if you like. I don't think <hes> newark has clear korea but city field has it though as well what city field has his lawyer as long as you pay for right yeah. Why can't newark airport get that together. Let's go oh. I know exactly the pay for that j._f._k. And la guardia both have clear that just expedites the whole security process and they actually we take you through it and they they cut the line for you right and for the skin like really important nail paid a hundred bucks boomers is great. I i did it once. I felt i felt awesome skipping each one of them and if you time it right like if newark airport had this they'll try they'll. We'll give you like a three month trial for free. You get the whole summit perth airport in newark airport. Does it have it man but don't do join clear if you're planning on committing some sort of crime then you just all your information's connie and franklin square connie what's happening. Hi thank you have gone paperless for a couple of years. They still issue like the cardboard tickets. Excuse me excuse me so this season ticket holders and you can get them at the box office. It's just that they're trying to prevent the paper tickets that people print because people were printing more than one and scalping and you know trying to issue more in one case they're trying to limit the eliminate the fraud and everything else to happen to a friend of mine went out to a playoff game soldier field chicago the cody parkey game and they bought the season ticket holder pulled a fast one on them and gave them a duplicate ticket and they got in it scanned but then when someone else showed up with the real one they went and pulled him out of the seats because they scalped these tickets they went and bought them in a bar whatever they pulled him out of the seats and kicked him out. That's always always a good place to get a ticket in in a bar yeah but still there's the point is the point is made that that's what they're trying to avoid stuff like that. They're trying to avoid the fraud and the stealing and all that other stuff and but the yankees it's true that when i went to the couple playoff games last year the yankee stadium app send the tickets right to that. It's the easiest thing in the world the yankees oh. I mean they're yankees. Come on man yeah on the forefront of everything they're great and they make they make things very very simple for those folks at wanna go to the games art boomer and geo and c._b._s. Sports network. It's the morning show with boomer esiason and gregg giannotti boomer in in g. o. n._y._c. Police commissioner james o'neill in studio at the top of the hour to spend a couple minutes with us. We also have our picks exon. This football friday jerry recco is back to give us an update. What's going on. Jerry brought to you by town fair tire. Nobody beats town fair tire noah body last night not exactly a big display of offense in the season opener between the packers and the bears you get an early touchdown pass awesome aaron rodgers to jimmy graham packers up ten three late the bears charging and hoping to tie this game what had happened it would not this is packers packers radio now you in the past boomer have jumped to call or to not so bad really. It was not that big a deal. I don't think once revenue once it was a super bowl once one time i said a time or two. I'm sure it's happened one other time even sell now <hes> this one. I don't know who the analyst is for packers radio wayne larrabee. He is the play by play gas. He is the other guy really jumps in. Hello eddie third down sixteen of green bay three receivers. I loved one to the right side and snap trubisky under pressure lawsuit over the left side of the end zone. It was dave lapham like he doesn't jump the call. He took over the call about battery. Now is packers radio ten three the final score rogers finishes the game eighteen thirty two zero three and in terms of the bears mitchell trubisky twenty six forty five to twenty eight and that pick late and coach matt nagy says yeah that was ugly. Just folding is in there that this is not who we are proud of our defense a thought played their ass off tonight. Offensively not good enough and that's pretty honest down conversion urgen rates for both teams not great all the punts the third down conversion rates the bad the bad passes punts the team make punt phase that i saw was pass rush from both of those teams and when you think about pass russia's not something that comes to mind line when you think jets and giants so to the worst of the last three years when it comes to sacking the opposing team's quarterback or even getting pressure on the opposing team quarterback yeah last night there was is a lot of pressure on both of these quarterbacks and i don't see a ton of solutions at least from the outside of the one of these teams at this point either because the giants really didn't upgrade them either you talk about shane jimenez who they drafted as one of the guys that they're counting on and i think that interior pressure from quinton williams something that they're really gonna want with the jets so there there isn't a matter williams. Williams is also a guy who you know. He's playing a different position now but he wasn't. They got pressure man. That's all there is to it and you can scheme it. I guess issue no patent does scheme in a little bit with his pension for blitzing in different fire zones and things of that nature but you know at the for for all these teams in this league that revamped their defenses in the off season. They did it to acquire as many pass rushers if they can get so both quarterbacks under intense pressure last night that's twilight without playing in preseason games. The first month of the season looks like preseason games for a lotta guys who didn't play that and we discussed that at length yes. That's why you know. I know what you're taking a risk when you put a guy out there but i don't know i get ready for me. When i played i wanted to play. I wanted to be out there. I wanted to get the feel of the game. I wanted to get hit. I wanted to know what what was going on. I just wanted to get into a rhythm and neither one of those offenses ever got into a rhythm so maybe the green bay did for that one series in the second quarter but after that it was just like in between thirty hair was trubisky. I'm pretty much what you're talking about. I think we just need job but we couldn't find a rhythm and i think it's because we didn't play in the preseason because we're rolling in practice and it just didn't translate the week of practice we to the game in more i listen i think practices important you know i'm not gonna go alan iverson on you guys but what you cannot recreate on a practice field or create on a practice field ziyang citing riding the pressure and the intensity of four quarters of football and the mental exiled that comes along with it. It's just exhaust you. Aaron rodgers knows his deplayed tremendous that was just a dominating performance gives it a lot of confidence when he played like that on offense and win a game by touchdown not too bad adrian ammos as you heard with the interception in the end zone not to seal it but to pretty much seal it <hes> jetson bills early sunday afternoon. Here's adam gays new jets head coach which team only believes they can win. I think they have a lot of a lot to prove that a lot of things that they send me go on their way all the time the guys that have been here and as as air excited to kind of slate clean and why it fits so well here's sam darnold. He seems like a different player year one to year two. I just think it's the comfort level with everything else. You know given that it is you're too and i know all the guys in the locker room and all that stuff that i have been talking about c._j. Moseley's always leave here now have to contain josh allen to be successful. They do a great quarterback as always a child's saw zones america very java china jonah because was gonna be dangerous player though jets bills at one o'clock sunday four twenty five sunday the giants and cowboys in dallas saquon saquon barkley congratulates ezekiel elliott on his new deal he was also congratulated for one being a captain into essentially i guess by percentages and votes awesome tallies. He's the top player taken in all if not most fantasy draft sized dope to it's awesome to be <hes> i guess no one fantasy pick i. I guess i do a good job. I'm assuming so for everyone have voted for me and continue to pick madden rating but it's kind of cool right the top vote getter or at least draft pick and fantasy. Here's generous jenkins. He's got to track down amari cooper on sunday. Settle <hes> if you go back to when i came to lead i've been doing i came here. <hes> came into the n._f._l. But you know whatever they helped me doing it. Almost my job is bidding. That's right. Here's ally manning so are you motivated by the way daniel jones performed in the preseason he wouldn't do it for for all the guys in his locker room and coach's organization fans and everybody that you know put so much effort into having a great year so that's more than you know who who's on your team. He's so vanilla. He always says the right thing really is pretty good. That's four twenty five on sunday monday night. You've got the two games of course the saints in texans. I believe it is and the raiders at home against the the broncos. Reports say oakland will spend wide receiver antonio brown after he got into the exchange with mike mayock on wednesday but no suspension is come down just yet the redskins eagles on sunday washington with a logjam at running back and this was interesting because while jay gruden didn't say it it does sound as if adrian peterson <hes> might not be active for the game hard to know for sure so he was asked about that by reporters there. There's a discussion about adrian. Potentially being inactive is that ah a more sensitive topic because of who he is and what he's accomplished in this game. If you know if the hurricane hits we won't have a game so i don't know we gotta we gotta worry about weird weird and now because he's the one that brought it up the whole running back thing and then really didn't wanna discuss. There's no way he's there next year is he jay gruden or adrian peterson jay gruden. Let's see how the season goes. I think they've got to have a winning season for him to stay then. There's no way man who knows. I think you have a pretty good idea like the worst. Three or four teams in football are going to be. That's that's right. Yeah i suppose i don't think the redskins are one of the worst two or three teams of football though i think they're one of the worst four or five <hes> i guess here's the browns and titans with baker mayfield a lot of hype surrounding this team with the moves that were made. He says whatever nobody's done anything yet so i'd say that everybody's starting from the same you you know square one <hes> and then i'd say it's it's pretty hard to live up to any high. If you're listening to the outside no part of that hype was bringing in odell beckham junior <hes> beckham's beckham's dealing with a little bit of a sore hip. <hes> says he's more like a vehicle. That's got something faulty on it and you can go. We just can't go one hundred percent until he opens it up on sunday. We'll see he also had a new rolls. Royce delivered to <hes> sure. I'm sure you've seen a they just entered this morning and i couldn't really we get to it <hes> because i was in meetings and stuff like that so i just had then bring it here. Her name is big bertha. Oh that's nice. He's actually he aimed his vehicle. Yes chiefs with the a new look. Jaguars sunday patrick mahomes having shawn mccoy on the team. Now is obviously <hes> did a great player in this league for a long time and someone that is going to come in and learn learn is a very intelligent guy that seem to pick it up the offense fast and la voice <hes> so that's sunday as well sunday night steelers and the patriots <hes> couple of teams that you think will be battling with the chiefs this cheer for supremacy in the a._f._c. Here's ben rothlisberger here. We go again. The patriots will be good again. They always on that's why the world world champs and it's hard to beat those those guys at your place let alone their place not just for us the whole league so what an awesome challenge is going to be and have you seen lean people posting the side by sides of tom brady. Oh my god yes you're right. This is what i brought up boomer says it's all because he's married. Susil and giselle has facial products that keep him young. I don't believe it's that diet i do too. I do too yeah but it's the way he eats. You see the. I agree with you anything bad for you. We add element in here. He told us that you know years. When you're in a burger a month i guess he drinks said beer a year after the super bowl in between the super bowl and the kentucky derby yeah but he this guy takes care of his body like nobody else. I'm sure he's even eating eating like you know you know avocados and look at the t._b. Twelve cookbook right right yeah. You're not allowed to have anything on that thing whereas that specialized sleepwear aware that that too yes about the photo from him at the combine. I think he looks older than i really does now not he's. He doesn't have any night shades or legumes uh-huh right no tomatoes. No here's braiding great series with pets. We had a great robbery against those guys and played a lot of meaningful games. <hes> we played at their stadium quite a bit last year's so it's good to get them here as they will race another championship banner baseball that's back tonight yankees and mets off off on thursday. You've got the yankees against the red sox in boston to mingle herrmann starting against. I believe it's going to be jolie. Cia seen coverage on the fan at six thirty luis luis severino and dylan betances to pitch a playoff game for the trenton thunder later today as for the mets they lost half grant half game in the standings in terms of the wild headquarters because the cubs beat the brewers ten five minutes again five out as they take on the phillies this weekend starting tonight stephen mad sack eflin are the starters they're the ass request ya aw you bet on that playoff game that don't pretend us and severino or pitching in a minor league playoff game. I don't know the answer that i'm sure somewhere. You could some guy inside a handy pantry somewhere who would take the bed probably think that those guys are in. They're going to win or are they trying to work on things and work on things. They're not trying to win them. I think they'd like to be effective but i think really what they're trying to do is get themselves ready for games that matter at the major league level yeah. That's what i think's going. Both i heard you guys talking about tickets and you know a scam where you buy a ticket you go in. Someone else has the ticket so legere. I bought tickets on stub hub for phillies. Billy's orioles shut up l. when watched the game get to the seats and there's a guy in his daughter sitting in the seats so you gotta get involved. Go to <hes> the offices turns out. They sold the tickets to us and then the guy had the hard copy and still went thinking we wouldn't show up. I don't know why and the the phillies phillies took care of it in five minutes basically out that he was trying to double dip and stubhub ruled out. I thought that was interesting. That stubhub actually won out on that with that one hundred percent on guarantee they have. I mean it's it's crazy. I don't know why the scanning technology is in better than you like. If you scan one barcode someone else shouldn't be able to scale right right that is on them so to me that's true. How do they guy so. I if two people are in with the same ticket to me. The team has to accommodate. Both of those people bull. I think they let the other people the exit yeah. I know this is what happened to the guys i know at soldier field last year with the the playoff game. It's like they all right so so they they bought the ticket they scanned. They went in and then they told him to leave. It's like wait a second. It's not my fault that you're scanning system is antiquated. That's your full. Is there default. Put us somewhere. We don't care what he said. They were saying put us anywhere. We're just here to see the game. Astros came back from seven nothing downbeat the mariners thirteen eleven nine there ninety one and fifty the yankees these are ninety two in forty nine in that race for the best record in baseball reds over the phillies and eleven four three and a game winning home run from phillip ervin women's semifinals at the u._s. Open serena williams a straight straight-set win over atlanta's fit alina and so she goes to another open final she will take on bianca. Andrea skew who people into bench last night men's semi start at four o'clock medvedeva gregor dmitrov and then it will be rafeh raphael dollar against matteo barrett teeny eats the morning show with boomer esiason in gregg gianotti boomer and geo so anyway get a belt wins again winning in. How did they win again. Well they want again because of their television television overnight ratings so n._b._c. is going to have to be pretty happy with these numbers fifteen point three slash twenty eight shares so that's that's two percentage points higher than last year's opening night game between atlanta in philly last year was thirteen point four this year its fifteen point three so it went up two points okay. It is the game it's two historical. Franchises wasn't one possession game even though as a bad game but the n._f._l. Network covered it and there's been a lot of lead up to the wholesaler and all that other stuff so a successful start at least t._v. Wise from the numbers on the overnight rating. It's just gonna keep growing and growing and growing of course there was a small rough patch with tv viewership that happened a couple of years ago that is now out the window and if you get much to do with some of the political go yeah what's going on on the field of course and that is not something that we are talking about much these days with the pertains to the n._f._l. And everybody's back and everybody's watching and it's going to grow and grow and grow and at full slate that week one sunday one o'clock is about as good as it gets. Let's go stephen cole neck going on steve good morning. Boy is good morning how you guys doing maybe what's going on with you. I'm actually calling to give your mets some props. I'm more of a yankee fan but i'm certainly not a hater yeah just going back to the all star break to the trade deadline. It looked like you know we were ready to give up on the mets and they were going to be sellers and the fact that senior leadership you know brody and i and everyone else sits we believe in this team we're not going to be sellers picking up stroman and i think that has really resonated with the team and and and since then and they probably won't make the playoffs but just even this last deal the loss to the to the to the national one of the most you can probably have especially when you when when you're fighting for that playoff spot now wildcard spot and how they won the next game and i guess you know again. That's probably won't make the playoffs this year. I think they have a lot to build going into next year and they really did a real fun team to watch for the last six seven weeks. Steve don't rule him out yet. Do not rule them out yet. I still think that that final homestand a._m. Is going to matter to them. I think it would may come home after colorado and cincinnati and they've got the marlins and braves. It's going to matter. They're not going to be mathematically eliminated at at that point. I still think that they're going to have shot. You got the cubs playing the cardinals seven. Well was seven times before this. Yes seven more time. We're walking milwaukee than they got four after milwaukee and then they've got three at the end of the year you know the one thing you know when we were off the mets lost those six games in a row and then they i also lost that that game that horrendous loss in washington. That's seven games in the last two weeks. They lost if they would've went three and four or four and three in those games it would be singing a completely different tune of feeling a little bit differently about them it's going to be it's a long road to get there. It's not easy. They start a home stand. Now at the phillies stephen matt's on the mound the night and they got to start winning again at city field. They got to take care of business with these with these teams here if they want to have a chance but i i will. I'll say we always talk about this every year in the beginning of the year. Just give me meaningful baseball in the month of september. That's what i want. I want my team relevant and the mets certainly are relevant and a lot of their players players irrelevant in different league. Races mets are better than the phillies confident in that they're. They're not better than the nationals. Obviously we've seen the i believe. They are pettitte the national. I don't think they're better than the nationals. No nationals wet the nationals. I know atta foreign to road trip and that was great and they should swept the nationals game the city field yeah but listen and over the course of this season they have been better. They're just they just been better. I can't you know what i'm saying there. If you look at they figured it out and then stayed like ten twelve games over five hundred where the mets can never seem the nationals out of their last four all right. I still think that the nationals are a better base. All the mets and the nationals going to the playoffs. I mean that says it right there for you. So that's what that's what counts in the end but it doesn't mean that the mets came grab that second wildcard spot and i really i just i cannot after that terrible arable laws or that six game losing streak after preaching so much about their schedule the rest of the way with these home games and then the road trip. It's bad teams think that they're out of there. Just there's is enough time. There's enough game we have. They have we as four back in april meaningful games in september s yeah well at this point. It's the way that they got back in it. It feels like you want a little bit more than that at this point but yeah they they salvage the season resurrected themselves and they've given you a lot and they got got a lotta good. Young players look forward to watching over. Hopefully the next five or six years and pete alonzo's authoring one of the great seasons we've ever seen from a new york met in his rookie. Season could be a home run title winner yeah him and trout how about beat alonzo mike trout that on the back and forth pita lonzo is he's. The new york mets version of aaron judge. You love that one. I do love that one so it's a perfect example young kid coming up here. Fans love him says all the right. Things plays the right way. Although although sometimes he's a little too aggressive at first base to his right but for the most part he is <hes> lived up to the hype and his gone about his business in a very professional manner and he's a very likable young man so you said saquon aaron judge of the giants yes pete alonzo's the aaron judge of the mets. It's right who's aaron the judge. The jets sam darnold sam darnold. Darnold is okay who's aaron judge of the yankees all figured out how judge aaron judge torres now who is the aaron judge of the knicks r._j. Barrett has to be he's gotta be the. He's got to be the aaron judge of the nick. Who's the who's the aaron judge of the brooklyn nets. I would've said cool routes. It's but no longer well. He no longer for that one no so you don't have one. I don't know that team that well. I don't necessarily know that i could put my finger on. It's just a bunch of nobodies over there right well. Where do they signed carmelo. You'll become right right of course <hes>. How about the aaron judge uh of the new york rangers. He's capo cosco not yet. We have to see out of perform but you'd like to see that right seeded to see that. Maybe maybe maybe trueba maybe the new defensemen though the tea but no but he's not a homegrown guy. He's got a home run. Guy should well then. It should be chris kreider but you know who's done. Nothing wrong guy wrong. He's a good dude and everything but he's in the last year of his contract and that's still has to be resolved and and have to figure out what to do with him. Yeah but you don't ride around the storm kreider on the storm yeah yeah and how about the the last one the <hes> aaron judge of the islanders matt martin now well samanta great guy and he's very popular. Don't get me wrong but you gotta. You gotta have the thing about aaron judge. He's a five tool playoff. Yes you know that's what you're hoping. Pita lonzo is. That's what you're hoping sam darnold arnold becomes. It's gotta be matt bars l. but it's still young yet and he sold gotta do it again and there's a lot of pressure on him to score a lot of goals. You could say honestly. I guess it's the some respect their captain <hes>. Maybe it's not a bad one big deal. Stay in hong guy drafted by them with him. I mean come on so homegrown guy all right. It's the morning show with boomer esiason and gregg giannotti boomer and geo live from the investors bank studio former precising gregg giannotti boomer and geo on the fan across the country on c._b._s. Sports network here at boomer and geo and entercom mental dole health awareness is something that is important to us and of course the men and women of our local police force at the n._y._p._d. Also something that's very important to us. Unfortunately there's been a crisis. That's been happening with these two things and that is cop suicides. There has been ten in recent memory and it's something that we feel that we could have a little bit of a positive impact on bringing awareness to this talking about it and we'll talk about it here this morning morning for a few minutes and we're going to be talking about across the country on entercom stations on sunday mornings seven to nine a._m. With their special i'm listening live to our broadcasts special on mental health awareness and there's no better man to bring in to talk about this and to shine a light on it then n. y. P. d. c. police commissioner meaner james o'neill who is with us morning in studio commissioner neil welcome and it's a pleasure to have you here edgy. Oh hey boomer. Thanks for having me here this morning and it's a very important time time and i know there's a lot of other things going on in your life and i know you've been very busy dealing with a lot of that stuff but i reached out to you a couple of weeks ago because susan markinor market manager after the ninth cops suicide basically sent me an emoji with a broken heart and tears and everything else and there's got to be something we can do to help the n._y._p._d. So i reached reached out to you and stuff happened. I wanted you to come in specifically to talk about this and what is going on within the n._y._p._d. In regards to this and what can you guys do to help stem the tide of these things and that's. I think that's the big issue. What can we do to stem the tide and it's an obviously it's important that we do. I don't think there's anything more important important than than dealing with the recent spate of suicides and anything else going on in the n._y._p._d. And the city we have to take care of the people that take care of the city as the most important thing. We can do this a couple issues. I think the biggest issue that we face is <hes> having people come forward when they're when they're experienced some <hes> some difficulties some mental antle health challenges and as difficult as a police officer i think <hes> i don't think anybody would argue with me there. It's difficult because what do we do as cops. We protect people <hes> <hes> and i it's important that people know that it's a sign of strength. If you come forward looking for help i've i've known people that have mental health issues and they tell me that they'd rather have cancer because people understand cancer but people don't understand mental health issues but <hes> we have to pass that <hes> we do so much to take care of everybody in this city we have to start taking care of ourselves and and when you're in crisis you might not be able to do that so that's why we need. Partners need friends. We need family members we need the supervises is executives to make sure that people get the help they need when they need it because this is <hes> this is heartbreaking for everybody in the n._y._p._d. And it's heartbreaking for the people of the city who really do appreciate the men women the n._y._p._d. Though i just wanna ask you tough question here because there have been ten suicides so after the suicide happens what does the n._y._p._d. They do they go in and they look at each individual case to try to figure out why this is happening and what's the background and then you you acquire the data to try to open open the eyes of people that maybe in leadership looking for different signs or different depression <hes> aspects to a person's mental health yeah we we do. We do take a look but <hes> there's there's it does take some time because you know you've got to think about the families that earn four and the friends that are involved. They're absolutely devastated and you want to come in there. <hes> you know asking asking really tough questions right away but it is part of our our force investigation looks at that medical division looks at that this way we can have a suicide autopsy this way we can collect data and see what the issues are listen. It is really difficult to be a police officer anywhere in the united states and i think it's particularly difficult in new york city with all the challenges that we face ace and all the great work that's being done so we have to make sure that people come on the job to make a difference in to do good and they do that. We have to make sure that they have <hes> the ability elodie if they are having issues and not let it lead up to crisis. Whether it's personal issues professional issues <hes> issues family issues money issues. We have to give them the resources versus to deal with that so it doesn't build a crisis zero point they can go. That's anonymous were they can go and get the help without having everybody else a part of this. There's there's a number of things that we can do. This is internally <hes>. There's the medical division needed employee assistance unit and if you don't wanna do that you can go outside the department. We've had a a lot of our health providers. Come forward and and make sure that the psychologist psychologists counselors are getting the money they deserve sending people going there on their own and we're now working working with a major university. Who's going to have within twenty four hours. You'll be able to make an appointment anonymously at no cost immediately. You'll be able to do that for somebody it yet. That's a whole that's and that's that that's another issue that we're dealing with. We have to make sure that <hes> that we get this information out the family members too because who knows does best and i i know as a police officer for a long time if i had issues or challenges <hes> during my work they didn't come home and talk about it but i'm sure <hes> my my spouse or my kids knew something was wrong so we have to give them the ability to to find out what the issues are. We actually put an app on on every cop has a smartphone. Now the employee assistance unit app it gives a rundown of what the signs of depression are and what you can do what the resources are internally externally but the boomer majia that the the big step here is to get people to come forward and get help and that's gonna. That's gonna take all of us to make sure that happens yeah and that's the biggest part of this as we talked to n._y._p._d. Commissioner commissioner james o'neill in studio so you mentioned something right in the beginning. It's very important about coming forward and talking about it and realizing how hard that is for a lot of people especially when you have a job where you're supposed to be the tough guy in control to admit the fact that there's something not going right with you and to break break down and be vulnerable to go to somebody and talk about that is not an easy thing and it's especially hard for someone who's a police officer and i think the important thing to say is that when you find the right person to talk to maybe talk to your friends and say you know i'm kind of depressed or whatever and they might buster balls about it but when you go to the right person who's a professional to get you through that that that could end up saving your life and changing the course of your family's like and i think that getting over that hump of saying i am someone someone who is comfortable enough in myself to talk about these things with somebody you know could stem the tide but the problem is that that stigma which is a word that is over used these days but it's the proper word that stigmas out there. It's still very very strong so if we do anything today it's to break some of that down into say that it's okay okay to be vulnerable. It's okay to talk about. You know how you're feeling and there's places to do that with professionals. That will help. You and i've been someone who has gone to therapy therapy. I've talked about this and for a long time. I didn't wanna talk about it and i finally did and when i walked out at first time i felt like nick why. Why didn't i do this a long time ago because the professionals give you tools to do that and i have never been under the stress. Police officer is under and i cannot put myself in those shoes it was but there is help and you're providing it and they need to get to the right people so gio just think about <hes>. What cops do we recruit from the human race all the all the they cumulative trauma trauma that that that cops are exposed to now you see people at our shot. You see people that are victims of murder. You see people in vehicle vehicle accidents. <hes> you see the victims of robbery you see some senseless violence and you think about that that all adds up and then you add the personal stresses marriage finances finances <hes> other family issues. This is this is. This is a really difficult job so we have <hes> on september twenty third. We're going to have peer to peer counselors and all the commands. All the executives have gone through a three hour training course and that i think is an important part of what we do is got to be a way to get people to. I feel more comfortable to come forward now. I've everybody's had issues. Everybody has family issues. My dad died back in ninety eight. My mom for the longest time wanted to all of us to go to counseling and i'm an irish guy. I'm a cop like i don't need any help. I don't need i'm fine this is this is a tough guy but that i finally did and it it. It's it's good to talk to someone to get in an objective view of what's going on in your life and this is why this way you can find a path forward. You know first responders especially the n._y._p._d. A lot of times they're called in situations that they see the ugliness of society and they have their own lives. They have to deal with and there is a p._t._s._d. Component here that sticks with them and and sometimes they don't even realize it and that's one of the reasons why you know we hear on this radio station. I know our entercom cluster and i know you on your country this morning. Appreciate the sacrifices acker ffices that your officers make on every single day and then jianye were sir basically have been exposed to the police foundation and we have seen all the great things that your officers have have done in their precincts that never get told about and we're we are part of that so we see that part of it and that's one of the reasons why we try to voice that and that's one of the reasons i reached out to you specifically for this reason and i hope that the cops that are out there could just put aside whatever their differences may be that you guys are dealing with internally and understand that you're all in this together this part of it. You're all in it together. I think <hes> i think patio lynch understand that completely. I've had conversations with him about that understands that the most important thing that we can do right now is to take each other and to make sure that the this <hes> a spate of suicides stops and it's gonna take. Everybody's gonna take everybody in the n._y._p._d. A._p._d. It's going to take everybody that has come forward and offer help and <hes> eight point. Six million new yorkers can help too. They can show their appreciation. Say hello to a cop. Thank him for the great work that they do each. I think there are a lot of people that do they do and i was louis ever hear about it. We only hear about the negative stuff that's true. I mean i was a precinct commander for a long time. <hes> i was in central park for a couple years in east harlem for two years. I was in south bronx for two and a half years people like n._y._p._d. Cops and appreciate what we do and as you said you don't always hear that you hear a lot of the negative stories which doesn't help it was quite frankly doesn't help. I want to ask you about one of those negative stories because it does go to the morale of the of the cops now. We have a story story this morning. That aqap had some milk dumped on him again. We also had the water issues with the cops being doused with water. What are you telling your guys on the streets your if you're rank and file on the streets how to deal with situations like this again <hes> drawing from my experience strength from <hes> chief bond hands experience and the executives. We've been cops for a longtime this. I don't know if this is news to new yorkers disrespecting cops. This isn't something that just started happening in two thousand nineteen. We've been dealing with this for a long time and i'm. I'm glad it's come to the surface. You know we're not victims absolutely not but people have to respect what we do think about how the city has been transformed think about how safe it. There's no matter what you hear from the rhetoric here from different people about how the city's going backwards it's not we went from twenty two hundred homicides down to less than three hundred last year. That's not a city going backwards. I tell them that you have to take police action. You know this that happened in my precinct that happened in the four four and when it happened they took police action. There has to be consequences quences for disrespecting the police officers. There's there's law involved. Is this certain point. You can go up to but if there's a crime that occurs if there's a violation of cars you have to step forward and take care of it and and in each and every one of the water incidents we did. Maybe not immediately which i a lot of us weren't real happy about but that's okay some of those instances they were very young cops involved and it takes a while while to learn how to do this job correctly and look at how the city is today to know. It's one of those things it's hard for all of us to wrap our heads around but watching some of those videos videos i felt like the cops just didn't want to inflame a situation that could have really gotten out of hand especially if there's only one or two that are involved in there's a group of people around and them disrespecting them all at the same time and i get that too <hes> i think you're talking about the incident and brownsville us so then you have the opportunity to step back you have radio is this you know there's a number of other police officers that are working that day you have sergeants lieutenants and you come back and you make sure that there are consequences and people get arrested for that and then we have to deal with the prosecutors to make sure that their consequences for those arrests now these people just can't walk people have to know that if you disrespect the cop something's going going to happen. Can i can ask you. We're talking to commissioner <hes> jim. Oh i wanna ask you one other question because something that they came up and i was just thinking because i was reading about this morning this whole bail reform situation. That's taken over where i was reading. Where a couple of your deputy commissioners talking about eighty nine percent of the people that are arrested really don't have bail l. attached to their arrest but now it's going to go from eighty nine percent to ninety nine percent where there there could be some significant criminals knows walking on the streets without bail attached to their arrest so i've <hes> we've done a number of op eds actually went up to albany to talk to the state legislators about this. This is right now. There's about eight thousand people in rikers and there's a certain number of them. They're being held in pretrial detention. <hes> now if you're in on one hundred five hundred thousand dollars ios bail. I'm not really concerned about that really not. If you can't afford that maybe we should. There should be some bail reform but there's a core group of about varies from about six six to eight hundred people at iran rikers right now awaiting a court proceedings <hes> next year they're going to be out and some of these people have <hes> gone on collars in the past they have significant criminal violent criminal histories and that's not how we keep new york safe so we have to pay attention to this. <hes> we have to deal with legislators to make sure sure that whatever law they enacted maybe that we can push that push back a little bit and get them to make the changes that need to be made so we can keep new yorkers say go. The reason i say that is because because all it takes is one of these guys to come out of jail without any bail and then go out and kill somebody and then then the questions are going to be thrown off your feet wondering why <music> out on the street and why weren't they locked up in what happened then it becomes a whole polygamous so boomer if you take a look at how we went from twenty two hundred and forty five homicides down to three three hundred how we went from five thousand shootings down to less than eight hundred it's because we target we use our resources are investigative resources on the very small percentage of the population involved love and violence and once we complete those cases and we bring them before a court and the prosecutors are involved. We have to make sure that they stay in and there's this this this witness. Intimidation issues here. There's a whole host of issues if your house gets gets burglarized in twenty twenty and we make an arrest that that person's got to be out that same day that doesn't even make a little bit of sense. We have to use common sense here. I understand criminal justice reform. We've done a lot within the n._y._p._d. I understand bail reform but we also have to make sure that we concentrate on on potential victims and we keep them safe just one question on the tough decision. You had to make a few weeks ago. Oh you knew that there was going to be some blowback from the police union from the rank and file from your perspective. Has it been what you expected. Has it been worse worse than you expected. You feel like the rank and file looks at you differently after the tough decision the impossible spot that you're really put in. I have almost almost thirty seven years in law enforcement and that was the most difficult thing that i've that i've had to do but <hes> arose. Marie maldonado's decision aben tucker backed up that decision. I looked at the facts presented and <hes> this is. This is the decision that i made and i stand by that decision. That's a decision that the city charter the police commissioners possible for the discipline of the men and women the n._y._p._d. <hes> did i knew that they were going to be issues going forward. Yeah i did and does it <hes>. I'd like to sit here and say it doesn't bother me but i've been a cop for a long time. Of course it bothers me but the it it's gotta be bigger than that. <hes> cops do this job for a reason. They become police officers to make a difference than to do good and they understand that and they'll continue to do that. They'll continue to keep the city safe so we'll get through. This is my reputation. Take a big it sure it did but it's not about me. It's about keeping the city. So do you think the overall morale is the rank and powell right now. It's you know i talked to cops. I still talk to cops. Yes <hes>. I'm sure that <hes> some of them did not agree with my decision and i'm sure a lot of them. <hes> just wanna come to work. I want to make sure that they're in a good environment that they work with good partner and they go out there and do what they get paid to do. Well your community community. Policing <hes> programs have worked. There is no question about that. We've seen that the police foundation yes and how many of your offices actually do get involved within the community that they are policing and trying to make a difference so that that that program has prevents that it's not just a program away. We have to do business. It's a philosophy. If we're gonna push crime down even further. We have to make sure that the the community you know all eight point point six million new yorkers that they trust the n._y._p._d. That if something happens they're going to come forward and help us solve those crimes and they're going to help prevent crime so at one message for your rank and paul there are listening right now the the men and women that are walking on the street in regards to <hes> the thoughts of potential suicide in what we've been through over over the last seven to eight months here new york city losing ten officers who've taken their own lives. What would you say to them right now. As you get ready to leave us so so what i would say is first of all thank you for what you do each and every day thank you for making the choice to become a new york city police officer a. Not everybody can do this job and you do it so well. If if you yourself are experiencing problems of there there are ways you can come internally through the police department and if you wanna do that go through your your own providers <hes> you can really it. It's it's it's important that you take care of yourself and two partners and friends and family members and sergeants lieutenants and precinct commanders pay attention to your people and if you see somebody that might need some help don't ignore it <hes> talk about it and if that person needs to get help make sure they get help nope and this will enable them to do what they came on this job to do to be healthy to make a difference and and this is the best job in the world and you have to be at your best to do it. It was our pleasure having you in here and we hope to be telling more good stories <hes> through our radio station and others here at entercom new york and throughout out all our stations across the country with all the great first responder all the great n._y._p._d. Stories that are out there that aren't reported on as much. Thanks for being here. Commissioner sure i just want to end with this. Yes go giants. Go jets ask you one question. You know the rangers. Are we making a play also else with the rangers taking the cup man thank. Nobody cares about hockey boomer james o'neill on the fan c._b._s. Sports network. It's the morning show with boomer esiason and gregg giannotti boomer n._g._o. Toby jet giant game okay with the spread coming up right before ten o'clock along with three other games. Jerry one picks last year. I believe i did yes. I did okay very very good so <hes> jerry will better than boomer and i think sixteen better than you. I don't remember that and ran away with. I mean ran. Websites ran away with it. I don't remember because once it's over it's over the math right. Just flush it right kind of like the super bowl over it was over but the girls there's a lot closer than you and him in the picks history where he played it. No i know that's what i'm saying is super. He played and was a lot closer. I mean you blew him out. Yeah blow them out. At least i played in super bowl. You did you want as many as i did right. I played one more than you did and you always will have <music>. Okay jerry. Pull the remember the <hes>. I really don't remember standing picks getting out. I think i beat you by four <music>. Games in greg was way back. Remember this. I remember that i remember jerry was on a tear there for a long time. He was like florida five. He had have the finals from last year. Oh i think so. Oh good call yeah. Bobby should have it and why it's not laburnum me right now. I don't know why bobby's buber fan though he probably fixed. It always listen to the final friday if i have to get it actually on tape jerry one. That's all it matters win by one at you suck sunburnt breath thanks. He won the defending champ all right. You got an update fourth channel. Yes we are brought to you by the ray catena auto auto group schedule an appointment today to ray katina service center for first class service at affordable prices <hes> and we will start with the football because everything began last night the marathon sprint whatever you wanna call it to miami which is where the super bowl is. This year opened in chicago the one hundred season of the n._f._l. Packers and bears it was not exactly the most pretty game to watch but in the end the packers had just enough to win the first goal at the pass rogers. He looks right tolson arching spiral pass in the bed of the end zone leaping two hundred catch by the tight end graham eighteen defenders crepe them both shoulders it touches your touchdown pass from rodgers and the packers have taken the lead. Oh oh yes that was kevin harland orland but no one cares. Here's what's more important. I was sixty four forty three in three last year out yet. Forty seven and three terrible and greg was fifty fifty fifty seven hundred more on seventeen thousand bad ten games. Were good job on your porcher. Look at that young yes man. I like the winter is supposed to get a ford or after man what happened that raptor that you said you're going to give jerry for winning a picks. What's that the raptor told jerry. You're going to give him for one in the picture. I gave it to him. It was it was a model. That was the model the model i lease. I did that too darnay scott back when i was playing with him. In the cincinnati bengals <hes> you know he was moping around on the sideline decided he was not gonna play. He was dressed but he was not gonna play because he he missed miss the meeting or something and then of course i go in the fourth quarter. There's a third and like eighteen and they put him in on the field had done anything like totally checked out and when he got in the huddle i said man if i throw this ball go where you're going to catch it. He goes well. You know look if you do. I'll i'll give you a mercedes so i throw the ball behind him. Of course it turns around and call the great catch and you know and it was i down and he gets up and he's point back. You'll mir mercedes jumia mercedes so so the next morning i went to toys r. us reseda electric cars so in the in the locker room. He's telling everybody i'm getting him say these now and and <hes> i drove a mercedes car up to his locker. The controller said men that was some great job so nice move baggers wind up winning ten three kevin harlan westwood one on the fan the rogers to graham touchdown the only touchdown of the game mitchell trubisky was trying to throw a touchdown late but did not back ivanka marie sixteen yard green bay chicago third down in ten schalken snappers arching spiral pass over the corner of the endzone intercepted sector of the former the chicago. They're coming through makes the intersection in the back of the zona trubisky again kevin harlan westwood one on the thing. Somebody told us on twitter they think don mcculskey is the the analyst for green bay a radio a could be. I don't know the answer to that just google we could check it to find out and if what people are wondering about was this call of the interception that we played gigs last hour. Here's how it sounded on. Packers radio ted of the sixty eight of green bay three receivers seaver left one to the right flipside snap trubisky under pressure lost over the wow down mcaliskey and i don't know i think als googling it as we speak. I'm not sure if he is. I wasn't aware he did that. Maybe it's the first year i don't know <hes> i will check it and find him seeing guys named <hes> wayne laravie. He's the play by play guy. We'll be the analyst please hold aaron rodgers n._b._c. tough game against a real good day that defense is going to get a lot of team struggles very talented team. You know we i had a couple of real bad throws. Were off out of sync at times but <hes> we got a defense aaron. Rodgers look fake. What would you think about stash this one in the picture that the shown on c._b._s. sports boogie nights one that he's actually really wearing now. He's not he he is. He is the last night it wasn't there and you know what i forgot about to speaking of mustaches yeah watching all the stuff on antonio brown when he died the remember the day that i came in here the mustache the one day i decided to go must i think c._b._s. Sports don't remember that you shoot the beard yeah well. I just came came in with the mustache very large too so the picture is the picture is ridiculous. I look like the guy the cartoon that's on the cover of a pizza box the question tonio brown call himself mr big chest yeah so that's his alter ego. Maybe mister big chest. Eh big jess brown remember right. Yeah that could be until that too so who was fighting with may might guess chest or chest brown probably larry mccarron. Does that sound right to you. That's the analyst betsy. Analyst man spend a lotta time on this so get the answer. I thought you might know google all right. Somebody here was ammos caskey. He was ready for the player because everybody's twitter they did to play a couple of times and <hes> <hes> you missed it <hes> one hundred times he was opened on and <hes> and he did it again and hit it so i'm saying that they lineup day again <music> plate now. Is that a problem in the formation where the game planning that they ran the play three or four times that clearly they recognized so remember amos also so play for the bears last year so they and they have film of the bears they have you know the videos from last year when they played them and everything else amos probably saw that in practice a bunch of times so you know it's just mitch trubisky making a bad decision. He went to the wrong guy and it was covered essentially well zone is he wasn't double covered off the line of scrimmage. He ran to his own and the the the one cornerback drop back and the safety ammos came over the top so it looks like he's double covered but because the field is short because of the back of the end zone it looks like he's career you just throw it into a zone where he shouldn't have thrown it and that's the difference between an aaron rodgers is going to win games on the road like that or even though he's grinding and he's out of sank yeah compared to a mitch trubisky who is a bottom half quarterback and doesn't seem to have have grown much since last year. Harry was on the pick which would have had that went back. It felt really good when it left my hand and put in a good spot for arab eras allen robinson robinson one hundred second year before we get too far away from it to c._b._s. Sports our dig up that picture of me with the mustache so if they would show it now ever so kindly this that was me. Yes god look at that told you peter at soldier lawns done the same guy was. I was gonna say the same thing yeah a year ago. I don't know how long ago that was. Holy crap that you also look older. You started january. You're eighteen yeah. I did yeah he's el chapo. I'd like to call l. chumpol. Yeah that was back. Dan dan yeah. That's a that's a double x. Shirt that boomer gave me wear right there with the chest. Wow thank you for taking it off. I couldn't take my eyes off. Damn good for you because you have really turned around your life. Well thank you jerry. Yeah sunday luigi the guy master. We're mario brothers sweet way thinner than super. Mario brothers definitely <hes> jets bills metlife stadium sunday afternoon. Adam gays in his first official game is jets head. Coach says the options ready to go. I love the confidence that our guys had. I think they're having fun point in this offense. Yes i love the communication we're getting back in the players with the ideas suggestions tweaks that they wanna make how they kinda see it and the one guy who has the theater sam darnold quarterback. He says sure i have a big part but can't do it without the guys around me for me. I have a ton of trust and protect and i have a ton of trust that everyone's gonna be in the right spot doing the right things so and i do think it's a testament to how well we practice c._j. Moseley he says let's get this thing started already motorist charter during a preseason most <hes> no charter established a new foundation for instance so all the jets and bills play at one. You've got at the giants and cowboys four twenty-five jenkins thoughts of the club with a lot of things <hes> we're gonna work together the defense everybody sworn to the ball until nuclear dining football new york giants. I ends football <hes> jerry jones of course signing ezekiel elliott. They had that whole press conference yesterday. Saquon barkley love nut contract zeke. If you see this congratulations graduations on on the deal that's amazing <hes> it's more factor as you don't wanna see guy talented sit out you wanna see there is good for the competition running-backs. It's good for it. If you're a fan of football <hes> he's a special player especially italian hobie out. They're just not sure exactly how much jason garrett would not commit if he's going to be on a snap count or carry count we will find out on sunday brown's titans on sunday former giant odell beckham junior dealing with a sore hip he was asked yesterday if the team is seen any full speed yet not really just <hes> especially what would have had going on. I just been kind of afraid to just open up. I'd rather get to sunday and open up then to be running around and and handle myself before the game and what exactly is the issue. You're dealing with just something that hinders me from opening up and fully sprinting as fast as i can so we'll see we'll see if he can open up on sunday. Sunday vikings falcons on sunday kirk cousins year two with minnesota. He loves this thing. I think we have a great locker room. I felt that way. Since since i got here a a year and a half ago and it's very competitive league we're fighting everyday for our spot and see how they finish this year speaking of cohesiveness in the locker room not so much with antonio brown in his new team at least not with the g._m. Mike mayock reports say the raiders are contemplating suspending brown because of this heated exchange she got into it may occ- and of course the posting of the fine letter that he got from may also things not exactly going swimmingly for no no one of the monday night games will be the texans texans and the saints. Here's laremy tunsil in a new place. I watched his five minutes with the media fun guy really fun guy. He makes you call out who you are who you're working with wants to know what your deal is and then gives you a blunt to smoke with them right smoking weed through a gas mask attached to a bond. I told you fun guy fun guy baseball yankees and mets back in action tonight the yankees and red sox in boston. You got the yankees at ninety need to and forty-nine the red sox seventy five sixty five red sox six and a half out the wildcard spot that second one the yankees with a nine game lead atop the division on tampa to mingle harm onto angelique chassis coverage on the fan at six thirty mets and phillies at city field. Steven matt's zach eflin the starter coupon. I want to give it the jury uh-huh post here a little while. You're doing your attention and i found a place an right here in new york. City is a matter of fact on one forty one forty east east side from coming to work. I'm not all that interested in anything in new york city while this is going to interest you and i know it's ju- one forty east twenty seventh street st place called stone creek. Look what they got. They got the cowboy game on their advertising cowboy game. Yeah new york riposte cowboy fans in the area. It's amazing arthur's their steeler bars in the city. I believe cowboy right vikings soccer bars vikings born but that's never seen seen them advertised in the newspaper actually advertise in new york post for stone creek for and if i lived in manhattan and didn't have the sunday ticket i would uh-huh and during every cowboy again they could be a spokesperson for something. You've got my number right now. Go over there and maybe do a pre-game brunch or something. That would be great. He's got to work the game. I do have to work but that's kind of cool. I dunno stone creek a bar lounge but i would be happy to check them out now. The no this cowboy bar area go that'd be kind of cool. <hes> cubs did beat the brewers ten five. That's where the mets oregon five games out in that wild card race for second spot women's semifinals that the u._s. us open some interesting names for sure but one that is a mainstay and that is serena williams a straight set win over atlanta's fiddle lena and bianca andrea skew beat belinda bench inch so you'll get andreescu and williams in the women's final men semis today four p._m. To know medvedev and gregor dmitrov and then it's raphael matteo heo bertini time now moment of the day brought to you buy resorts world casino in queens with over six thousand games. This is how n._y._c. roles well. What summer easy summer not so easy. You guys were discussing stall here. We're up a loaded. <hes> you guys were discussing the flight back after the super bowl when boomer drank. I'm too much coming into the studio. If you remember that whole mess which was kind of funny at the time and this is how that went and once i saw how hard you were attacking taking it was at attack man. It was like a allergy flank steak right here phil simms yeah you have to deal with him every sunday. Yeah i used to deal with them on tuesdays to the two but on sundays and after a game in a flying tube where i can't get up and get away from him yeah. There's only one thing to do man. I tell you this softened the blow. That's what i was working on softening the blow to take over all the libraries that day and the the first one i had contemplated taking over when you said get yourself a brand new ford expedition and then i said i might in half to take over that was the tipping point was when you were reading the nj diet's spot and you open it up with. Are you a fat pig which was not one of rhetorical questions that was on the cop. I remember that vividly one of the funniest things you've ever said there. You go moment of the day all right. Thanks jerry eats the morning morning show with boomer esiason gregg giannotti boomer and geo. We told you about last year. Jerry one boomer came in second when i was in the caboose way back started off with a win last night tumor and me. I don't think jerry even picked the game so i wasn't aware we're picking the game. We had to might have to toss out packers for the record. Okay digit. I saw one and i'll give diane jerry jerry. I saw this is how we're going to do this. We're gonna pick the jet giant game every single week with the spread then three other games were also going to pick with the spread so jerry what do we got for week one in the n._f._l. And by the way eighth today's football picks are brought to you by brother supply your number one source rice air ptacs water source heat pumps and fan coils and by rex real estate failing to percent to sell your home and also by radio dot com game number one we start with the chiefs and the jaguars you've got the jags at home new look jaguar offense nick foles patrick mahomes and the chiefs chiefs minus three and a half on the road. I am not sold on the jaguars having a bounce back year i i think there are major problems with that team. They've got so much talent on defense and they're gonna play well at some point defensively but it's not gonna be this week because the chiefs have the best offense offense in the game and i really do believe that nick foles away from that magic and philadelphia so what happened when frank reich left and deep lippo left and he was still okay. You still pretty good now. He's away from all of that down there. I just don't see him playing all that well. Gimme the chiefs in this one to cover as pat mahomes starches. This is n. b._p. Back to back season. Did you see the defense. Last night i did and i know patrick has got travis. Chelsea's tyreek hill actually platform form now they did lose mitch morris their starting center to free agency. There's something changes there and they're going to try to improve their defense. I actually take the jaguars as a home <music> home dog. I'll take the chiefs minus three and a half. It's nick foles <hes> chargers and cults in l._a. The colts of jacoby percent at quarterback chargers minus six and a half a lot of turmoil there with the chargers and injury that they could do nothing about darwin. James was not going to play this week for a couple of weeks and of course melvin gordon thing. I think the charges are going to have a good year i do. I believe that. I don't think that they're going to cover this particular game. The indianapolis colts is boomer mobile. Tell you and has been telling you that. Roster is stacked from top to bottom. Yes they lost andrew lock. Jacoby percent will do enough to keep this game close. It's this is one of those upset type of games that i'm not gonna pick the colts to win. I'm definitely picking them to come. Clogging the colts <hes> the whole way and jacoby perset certainly isn't going to do the five or six special plays per game that andrew luck did but jacoby percent is professional quarterback. They gave him a contract that is reflective of that <hes>. They love him out there. The team loves him. He's one of the more popular players on the teams got a great play. Call her and remember frank. Reich was fired from the san diego chargers as their offensive coordinator nater so there's a little more riding on this game i think from a personal standpoint. I'm gonna take the call. I'll take the points and the calls but i think the coach going to win a game. I like the chargers at home. Philip delivers light it up chargers minus six and a half assed offense of line of football versus. Maybe the best pass rushing football patriots steelers sunday night game in new england. The defending champions means minus five and a half. I really like the steelers in this game. They never have success up there in new england but i think that changes week one up there mike tomlin ben rothlisberger wanna approve point getting bell and brown out of there. I think they keep this game close and they do cover. It'll be a three point game. The patriots will win but the steelers will cover that spread. You know what the patriots defense get no love and we saw that defense on display against the rams and in the super bowl and that defense is even better. I believe this year than they were last year. They can cover they can stop the wrong and it is brady invalid. Check it is opening night now. They have lost opening night games up there for you. Remember to kency chiefs a few years ago <hes> they do not have gronk. I think the steelers cover but i think the patriots win. I like mike tomlin and what's above his shoulders and i think the steelers will win this game. I and they're getting five and a half. I'll take pittsburgh and a little bit of an upset all right the two local teams i duck jets and bills metlife stadium. The jets dick the numbers down to two and a half my two. The half is solidifies it for me. The jets are gonna win this game by field goal. It's going to be close. Both these teams who's in that field kat event is going to kick that i feel goal and he's going to be a hero and the jets are gonna get the season started with victory and them and the bills are going to be there. It's going to be a tight race to the end but i think the jets ended up getting a wildcard berth in this game in week. One is going to go big way in a long way towards securing. I think it's gonna be like a one one or two point game. That's why why this thing keeps coming down and i think a lot of people do like the bills. I think the bills and the number. I believe the jets will win the division patriots gonna lose sunday night. Laryngeal earn rather sunday. Yes just a win. I put pressure on the jets. Minus two and a half day will win and then the out jerk poll. I ah i remember saying that giants cowboys a._t. And t. stadium the cowboys minus seven and a half now. I think this is going to get a little bit ugly. I think that the cowboys are gonna win by double digits egypt's saquon will be an unbelievable story for the giants outside of that. They are a bad football team. I think the cowboys are going to have a burst of energy would see coming coming back and they're going to win by ten or more. This is a hard one again in division team on the road in week. One most these games are really close and most of the time the the division the division games end up being like four to three points in all but last night we saw a ten seven victory our ten three victory <hes> by green bay okay and and nobody thought saw that come in i gotta take the cowboys i have to. I've been sitting here saying how great i think their defense is going to be and i do believe that so i'll take the cowboys and i will give the points in the. I think the cowboys went on. I think the giants are they play well. I don't think they're gonna win. I could see a back door cover. I don't know but i'll take the giants plus seven and a half there there. You go all right jerry.

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"Well the field away his guys are going to have to make plays and i just don't know that they're really capable of doing that and you're going up against the bengals team with a new coach doc look great even though they lost the football game look great in his first outing and they're trying to rebuild on the fly it they're not going to be an easy out they still have a pretty decent amount of talent on this team and when you look what they were trying to do last year still with marvin lewis they were trying to rebuild an offensive line on the fly and transition out of some of the older players on defense guys like montas birthday and the like and rebuild themselves with the younger faster team on defense so i will see it i it's an intriguing game i'm i'm kind of leaning towards cincinnati in this game whether or not the defense can pick it up evaluate a little closer as i start making my picks for the weekend but i i kinda like cincinnati in this game at paul brown stadium i think 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david johnson and the cardinals are back in the game with five fifty seven right now more of the sports attack with bob black sports overnight america dragging slippery as a nail and a barrel full of oil yeah that's pretty slippery welcome back to the tax cutting you one eight hundred eight seventy wanna hear from all your mother truckers out there and if you sending it by social social media at poplar seventy one at sports byline USA listened to sports overnight america dan patrick radio siriusxm channel eleven and we're happy proud to have you onboard well you heard two of the younger quarterback in the national football league throwing touchdown passes including kylo murray with his first and you talk about a fun match up to watch the perhaps future of the national football league matching up this sunday one o'clock cardinals versus the ravens kyla murray against against lavar jackson the parallels are going to be drawn you look at the performance of both these guys in their first week of of the national football league regular-season calorie three hundred eight yards two touchdowns and pick lamar jackson three hundred and twenty four yards against the i don't even know they could beat alabama miami miami dolphins five touchdowns and pretty balanced running attack the legend larry fitzgerald with one hundred thirteen yards marquees brown in hollywood brown one hundred forty seven yards for the ravens there'll be a good game gonna be a good game rayman inch of thirteen point favorites and i'm not so sure i'm comfortable with ad margin but it john hough unlike other coaches who ridden position who have unique players with unique skills those had a coach quarterback he he he has put it packages that emphasize the strengths of lamar jackson you know lamar jackson he didn't do much much with his legs only six yards rushing on three attempts so they got they kept them from getting beat up and the same with murray his coach kept him from getting beat up to cliff kingsbury three carries for thirteen yards again you got to protect the quarterback but with all that being said they did a good job all the way around they really did a good job both of these football teams baltimore is way more talented than arizona is but the skill set that kyle lowry presents for their defense is going to be very very interesting there's also in game within the game matchup terrell suggs on arizona's defense going up against his old team it's it's going to be nostalgic i mean they lost a couple of big time guys that are that baltimore defense and and they they have to replace them on the fly if they have championship aspirations but i'll tell you something we talked about it after last week lamar jackson looks like the real deal and if he's able to put on the kind of show that he did last week on a continuous basis this team could could threaten for the super bowl because of his particular unique skill set now don't forget they're saying the same thing about RG the three is first couple of years at all what south once he got injured but in reality they're pretty good football balti- they've got a good backup in trace mcsorley they've got another good backup behind him a lo his injured right now with our g three and you do what you can do that's all you that's all you do right now you just kind of put it out there and hope and for these two young or young football teams that's what they're doing right now is hoping i like baltimore not sure i like the the point spread the arizona defense is going to get exposed a little bit but with that being said it should be a good and entertaining playoff game and if you like young quarterbacks and you're looking to find out about what the future of the league is good game to pay attention to seattle wanna know going up against the steelers o-on steelers has got smoke they got their home opener then was pedestrian james connor was pedestrian their offense stunk their defense stunk and now seattle comes east to test them russell wilson in what was a tough match up as well cincinnati performed great he's another one just you know what the formulas for seattle you're gonna pound the football put it in russell wilson's percents hands when they need to he doesn't turn football over he can scramble a little bit and they're going to hope that their defense stands up it stood up last week steelers are coming in angry steelers are coming in wounded steelers coming in in their home opener they're coming in just because of how bad they played as only three and a half point favorites against the team has travelling from the west coast i like seattle this game i i i i'm not buying into the steelers they lie lost two of the elite offensive weapons and whether or not you wanted them on the team or not is one thing but you lose antonio brown and you lose lady on bell last year they were able to pick up the slack because the passing game state elite and james connor did a very nice job running running the football but james connor is not lady on bell he's just not not as good and now you have smith smith schuster slotting up into the number one position and you're going to get to get production out of your the rest of your wide receivers they were okay in preseason but nothing thing to write home about and they stunk last week i i don't know about this steelers team i really don't all i heard the previews during the course of of the preseason was this is going to be an angry football team ready to rock and roll and this that and the other thing they did look like to me it looked like to me fortunately for them cleveland stuck it out but everybody might be looking up at the baltimore ravens by the time it's all said and done and this is the opportunity right here and i'm not saying it's a must win that garbage at sixteen games in the season but it this would be a good place to put up a w for the pittsburgh steelers against a good team you know it's one thing to beat up the sisters of the poor but we do you have an opportunity to make a statement against a very good football team like seattle is it's exactly what you need to do other one o'clock action indianapolis colts against the titans jacoby percent was good not great mariota was great not good three touchdowns didn't turn the ball over henry eighty four yards this assist air formula this is how the titans hope to win their division ground and pound keep mariota from having to put it on his shoulders when you need to make ak big play he was very efficient last week and our culture representatives very well as well while it max of very good running back and they're doing nothing different than they did with andrew luck they're they're going to run the football try to protect the quarterback controlled passing but the big difference of course was when they put it on the shoulders of andrew luck he was more than capable of taking it to the house because he was arguably the best quarterback in football at doing that and now they're putting it on the shoulders of jacoby percent who they gave a nice two year deal too but they're we're gonna find out this year whether or not he's capable of being their franchise quarterback going forward and although he was good last week he is also now a guy i believe he's in his sixth year and he's had ample time behind andrew luck and tom brady before that to grasp how to play in the national football league if it doesn't happen now it's not going to happen he's gonna end up being a guy who stays in the league for a long time as a very very good backup quarterback but not a start and this is a talented indianapolis colts team they have to win he's got to get them to the playoffs this year otherwise they're going to be a team looking for a quarterback in the draft and they're gonna have to move forward to your deals are nothing in the national football league we'll say all right let's step out to the break right now we're going to take a trip to casablanca 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be eighty and it's picture perfect it's you gotta go i'm telling you man it's pretty amazing in cuss block morocco it is the coolest city did he ever casablanca north carolina not too shabby as well seventy four degrees currently feels like seventy four low sixty eight pretty good chance of thunderstorms today hey there talking sixty percent eighty percent chance as we get into the daytime highs are gonna be eighty nine so once it breaks it's gotta be pretty nice in casa the block on north carolina which until the twentieth of december remains and is no longer the coldest city highs mci a in the old days of jerry what eight hundred eight seven eight hundred one eight hundred eight seven eight seven five two nine till retail telephone number of the attack we continue with the national football league sunday edition cowboys and redskins come and east there is guys another another knee surgery this one's gonna keep about six weeks supposedly some loose cartridge that they're cleaning up they called it a minor procedure but it's never a minor procedure when you go into the knee and again this is why running backs don't get paid it's just honest this is how it is case keenum monster year era game with three hundred eighty yards three touchdowns deck of course chewed up to new york giant defense which got literally shredded it will cowboys come come east they're playing redskins i dunno case could do it back to back redskins are five and a half point dog adrian peterson is going to be in the backfield they're going to try control passing the thing that i noticed last week with the washington redskins was that their vaunted defense and it is a great defense really didn't stand up and considering the level the keenum played and the fact he was able to put points on the board their defense didn't look ready ready to go and i you know it's an inter- division game it's it's it's traditional rival i think it will be a competitive football game but i'll tell you something as good as the cowboys looked last week against the giants if they can continue that level of play they're going to be pretty damn unstoppable and you know for me those words coming out of my mouth is disgusting is drinking sour milk so it i'm gonna keep a close eye on his game game i don't know if keenum can do it in back to back weeks which makes me kind of lean towards the cowboys and even giving up the points but they are traveling they are coming east and we'll see whether or not they're able to accomplish what they want to win really get off to a hot start in that division because even philadelphia won their football game you saw how they struggled and i'm i'm not so sure about that eagleton they already have a little a bit of attrition on the interior of their defensive line but i i like the cowboys with the points this week i think it's a pretty safe bet but we'll see with the with the cowboys traveling we'll see if you're able to do away from home what they were able to do and jerry jones's pleasure palace patriots who opened up whoa pass all all over the the pittsburgh steelers head down to south beach where make patrick has been given permission to explore explorer trade guy was drafted number one just two years ago and now they're telling him he can get the hell out of town if he wants to i i don't like what i'm seeing down in south beach patriot turned eighteen and a half point favorite we don't know if antonio brown's gonna the player not i don't know this necessarily gonna matter fitzpatrick played for one hundred eighty five yards touchdown and a pick last week brady was three it forty one yards with three touchdowns made it look effortless philip door set came up big time for the patriots traits i i don't know that the dolphins could win a game this year they're certainly not going to win this week i mean fitzpatrick patrick could certainly bite you and he can jump up and just take a game over but you know he's more than likely to throw four interceptions and then four touchdowns but you look at it and again and we'll sidebar here into the story about fitz patrick supposedly supposedly a bunch of veteran players on the dolphins contacted their agents and said i want out i don't know what we're doing here and i don't like being a part of this if we're tanking evidently michael fitzpatrick was one of those and the miami miami dolphins told him yeah you have permission to go seek a trade i mean this guy that was the eleventh overall pick in the two thousand eighteen draft they jettisoned lower laremy tunsil who is a building block offensive tackle these are young guys these aren't old veterans that you're paying who is still talented ho you who you can jettison dolphins try to accumulate draft capital which is all well good but you know the it it and it was a great chart that ESPN put up last year during the draft process of the hit and miss round by round and it was about players that are in the national football the league after five years once they're drafting and the first rounders it's in the sixties you would expect first round picks to make second rounders are in the low fifties from there in it's forty percent below so it's all well and good to accumulate draft capital but that doesn't mean that is going to pay off for you now they're asking price chrysler fitzpatrick starts with first round draft pick and i'll tell you something if i if i'm a team that's lacking in the defensive backfield i'll look right here in new york joe douglas with the jets i'm really really tempted if you could swing it for a second round pick maybe fourth i certainly do it because this team is on the come and you've got him under control for three more years and then the option i mean the story line is he's uncomfortable with this constantly fluctuating role of dolphins defense it what is comfortable with is not only played strong safety when in reality should be a free safety or a cornerback he's uncomfortable at the losing and that's the other thing that's not being talked about here you look at these guys that come out of a league programs like mike fitzpatrick i did make a fitzpatrick's gazing here's a guy came out of alabama it'll lose he used to lose it he doesn't wanna lose sorta tank like they're going about doing things that's not going to sit well and he falls into that category now we'll say is he elite no but he's very good and he suddenly somebody could build a football team with so i like to england i don't know if they cover because bella check doesn't really run it up but we'll say giants and the bills board material pat shurmur did particularly care for josh allen coming draft but i read the statement and actually was anything think that they're gonna put it up on the bulletin board but i don't know what motivated they're going to be bills came all the way back beat the jets last week giants stunk it out down in dallas they'll be better this week played well they have to get saquon barkley more touches particularly out of the backfield catching the football he ran for one hundred twenty yards eleven attempts the key they're being eleven attempts buffalo's defense is rugged giants defense is not giants were appoint half dog because how bad they looked like the giants to not only cover a win the football game i think they're gonna show up and show up because josh allen if they can get in his grill a little bit he's going to turn the ball over jets didn't do that last week jaguars and it just gets worse and worse nick foles out to play with a rookie quarterback they got issues down there they're going to try to maintain like i said during the middle of the week they picked up joshua job op-eds it's not gonna make a difference this is a team that's going south in a hurry and i don't know the doug marrone survives this after the year foles polls look good and he got hurt on a touchdown pass but if he's out six weeks they could be oh and six by the time that's all said and done they're going up against a super bowl contender in the houston texans who lost their game down in new orleans but represented very well as well they need this football game in a bad ed way they're going to beat the jaguars and they're gonna cover the eight and a half points spread charges lions lions played well on the road san diego's coming east they ran the the football well johnson sixteen two tenths forty nine carries but it was more running back by committee and they managed just to get it done and i'm sorry kelly for fifty eight yards philip rivers three hundred thirty three yards three touchdowns pick they're going to win and they're gonna cover even given the points in detroit talked about the forty niners bengals vikings and the packers packers cours wanna know i was particularly impressed with them i think they were a little awkward in their offense we'll see what happens it's it's darn cook show they're gonna have to get it and in conference in division game i was impressed with the fact that the they took care of it on the road which which that's always hard to do particularly soldier field but when you look at it and you look at what minnesota wants wants to do they went back to what they did a couple years ago with alvin cook was running the football really effectively ground and pound let the quarterback made plays kirk cousins did that it was eight to ten for ninety eight a yards many and actually had more attempts but with cook running the football if he can do that on a consistent basis they're gonna win a hell of a lot of football football games it literally it comes down to that i i like the vikings on the road i'm still not buying into the packers i underestimated them a little bit but we'll see cheese travel travel west to play the raiders raiders or seven point dog they suck it up and they warn that a b they were looking to prove a point they don't win this game against instant chiefs saints and rams early season marquee matchup saints are traveling west how they're gonna use todd gurley remains to be seen they pretty much saved until the fourth quarter and he looked like the old todd gurley but if that's the way they're gonna use him they damn sure to make sure that they they don't dig themselves into a hole each and every time going forward i like the rams at home against the saints should be a bit of a shootout it's gonna be a lot of fun and bears the broncos well that's not too bad either bears going to denver denver joe flacco played well bears often both of these teams are owned one can't fall into two whole everybody's liking the bears about this rocco's are actually underdog two and a half points i like the broncos home let's wipe out right here little surf's up when we come back sunday night i preview right after his brief time out of public cutty don't go anywhere the weaving to the left has murray takes a distance this is awards overnight american and it has been said that everyone has a book in 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benz i want to be real curious to see how the fans reacted this matt brian was okay the first game thirty three or forty six two touchdowns two packs carson wentz was really good and brought his team all the way back against washington twenty one eight eight thirty nine three hundred thirteen three touchdowns they just got off to a slow start my question with philadelphia's how they're going to run the football 'cause darren spoils one hundred years old howard is okay but not great and they're going to have to figure out how to have a balanced offense they're already taking hits on their defensive line i i liked i like them on the road against atlanta i think they'll cover as well sean jackson was a big time weapon coming back and i think they're gonna continue to use him where my curiosity lies in this game is how they respond dan quinn because he's blown off the fact that he's under the gun and he's on the hot seat and all this stuff well he is for him to deny is otherwise just foolish at arthur blank has been very patient last last year they had the excuse of the injuries which was legitimate this year they don't they have to win football games this year and they got whooped up in minnesota so they gotta take care of their business at home i think it's going to be closer than people think i think philadelphia win but i think if atlanta goes to to dan quinn's gonna start score having an awful lot that was for the attack hope you enjoyed it you guys have a great weekend weekend we'll talk to you in seventy two hours or their baths four scott cutty i'm bob black have a great day everybody you're listening to the hot land-use feed radio network at live dot hotline glenn newsfeed dot com this stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by you follow us on facebook twitter the hand instagram's the public service del use cast thursday september the twelve twenty nineteen i'm mike clifford supreme court backs trump by the strict asylum role and protests expected when the president visits what he called roden vested did baltimore first our top story the supreme court allowing nationwide enforcement now the new trump administration rule prevents most central american immigrants seeking asylum in the US that the washington post they report the order late wednesday temporarily on does a lower court ruling that blocked the new asylum policy had some states it's along the southern border the post ads the policy is meant to deny asylum to anyone who passes through another country on the weight of the US without seeking protection there i most people crossing these other border are central america's flea violence poverty they're largely in eligible under the new rule as our asylum-seekers from from africa asia and south america just six weeks after president trump attacked baltimore on twitter as a rat and rodent infested mess a group of activists was planned to protest the president's appears in the city today trump will be speaking at the twenty nineteen house republican retreat dinner at a downtown hotel l. outside hundreds are expected to rally against his policies on immigration war and climate change says miranda bachman organizer for ice at a baltimore alzheimer one of the groups involved in the protest we deeply opposed trump's policies his policies racism is policies of division of of workers at a press people in poor people we've seen him attack migrants refugees and make attack that are not so veiled and are racist trump has stood advise comments on majority black baltimore and his criticism of the city's democratic congressman elijah cummings i'm diane bernard reporting uber a lift drivers and their allies in the labor movement or urging governor gavin newsom to sign a bill AB five passed on wednesday that would reclassify tens of thousands of california contract workers as employees the measure could give the employees access to minimum wage guarantees unemployment insurance and workers comp eight on alva- is a lift driver and activists with the group gig workers rising he says right now the multibillion dollar companies business model depends on the constant availability you have drivers but workers make nothing while they're waiting for a gig lifting blueberry directly benefiting from nineteen labor of drivers in order to resolve they need to pay for the time when people are waiting for derives the law sets up a test whereby companies will have to prove that contract workers are not doing work central to of the business and uber's CEO said wednesday he will process that claim and refuses to reclassify contract workers employees companies are also planning a ballot measure your next year that would gut AB five i'm suzanne potter this is p. and less the amount of toxic waste from oil gas drilling in pennsylvania selena has skyrocketed in recent years and now a new bap let you know what's being dumped nearby in two thousand eighteen alone fracking and the keystone state generated sixty nine million lean barrels of liquid waste and one point four million tonnes of solid waste that wastes contains heavy metals such as lead and arsenic and radioactive elements such as radio to twenty-six but it is exempt from federal and state hazardous waste regulations most of it ends up in landfills and other disposal sites in pennsylvania according according to melissa trautmann with earthworks their new interactive map allows anyone to locate nearby disposal sites by typing in their address the map shows ios where those places are what kinds of waste has been processed or disposed of at that particular site and also what year the map and accompanying report or online at earthworks dot org i'm andrea sears reporting the school year is here erica reports that means teachers once again reaching into their air-pockets pay for supplies in the classroom the economic policy institute analysis have national center for education statistics data pints oregon teachers spent four hundred sixty three eighty dollars of their own money on supplies for the two thousand eleven school year compared with the national average of four hundred fifty nine dollars that might seem like a post recession spike but the national average was actually up by the two thousand fifteen school year to four hundred eighty dollars state averages weren't available for that year economic policy institute economist honest immigrants says this is a unique burden if you think of any other profession how normal is it that you have to go to work with your own own my videos and in this case it's not just for them it for the children the analysis also finds that average spending in high poverty schools was five hundred twenty three dollars dollars compared with four hundred thirty four dollars at low poverty schools and finally our dan hyman reports for school back in doctors are saying your mom is right talk to turn off the phone get to bed because you really do need a good night's sleep dr simone fahran a cardiologists with data care points team formation nation from the american heart association and others she says it shows that for their mental emotional and physical health teens should turn the screens off well before before bedtime the laptop the TV the cellphones smartphones what i would recommend is at least two hours before bedtime you know faran says research confirms what parents always say that foggy feeling you get without enough sleep means poor learning worst decision making and longterm issues with physical health a lack of sleep will disrupt their thinking and emotions and could push up to take chances they should i mike clifford for public use service chris we are member and listener supported and we are online at public do service charge this is free talk live eight fifty five four fifty free free that is our toll free number that's eight five five four five zero three seven three three that's the number you can call to get on the air and talk about whatever you like maybe you're really happy with all our politicians maybe you're completely disturbed maybe you i wanna talk about vaping maybe you just want to talk to somebody it doesn't matter this is an open phones show you don't have to talk about what we're talking about we're going to bring some things up because we find them interesting and compelling but that doesn't mean you can't change the subject it's easy just call us again eight five five four fifty free or hit us up on discord discord is a very cool app you can use it to contact the show just load the discord board app use your high speed internet connection your a quality microphone and you will sound like you are right here in the studio with us and the us in studio tonight is myself chris i'm in and i'm nobody and i'm not happy know what i hate to start start out as well as you know i quit smoking cigarettes i've been a smoker for thirty five plus years years lau that's a long time to be addicted to a substance and i i've tried i tried a number of things to try to kick this habit the thing is is i i know some things about cigarettes for example i found out that they're gonna kill me no yeah yeah yeah they they really are there's tar and nicotine and you know thousands of chemicals in cigarettes and i'm not a stupid person i know that these things are gonna kill me but unfortunately once you get addicted to something like nicotine you're kinda stuck so you're gonna do do whatever you can try to quit you can try cold turkey you can try other programs and they all have varying rates of success but the best successes found by easing you off with some sort of nicotine alternative like the patch the patch day had had had a better level old than a better success level than just trying to quit cold turkey and the latest thing that's kind of hit is there was e cigarettes in i was either a decade old now at least yeah and i bought him a decade ago i tried lease cigarettes yes i you tried like the initial visa initial version the initial brand the first one that came out and hit the US market i had it and i wanted to use that and all i can say it did suck the flavor wasn't great it it was supposed to be tastes like a marlboro yeah they have the tobacco flavors which are that was gusting that was all they had had and it really tasted more like pipe tobacco it didn't do anything for me so what did i do i found myself going back to cigarettes just right back where i started from from except with less money because i had tried these things so a decade goes by and i start to think well maybe there is maybe maybe vapes of improved maybe if i've given a ten years maybe i shouldn't be dead set against this maybe i should try it i've read some things are supposed to be safer safer than a burning smoking going into my lungs let me give it a try and i did and what i found was the flavors the flavors that that i had been making fun of these these silly flavors strawberry blueberry yes or whatever they taste better than tobacco they do and initially i was thinking no i wanted to be familiar to me but what that did was just made it easy to go back and smoke a cigarette but when i completely changed the flavor profile of how i was getting my nicotine my whole desire completely ceased i have no oh desire to taste something that tastes like a cigarette anymore anymore but that that to me was the big thing that got me to move off of cigarettes let's and it was the flavor you must be a kid i must be because only kids like flavored vapor the FDA says that's what they do you say and that's what donald trump says unfortunately that's not what the only like officially sanctioned government body that's ever looked at this stuff and that's what's the UK they've done a lottery search and they're seeing fifteen percent reduction in total use of cigarettes from smokers across all age groups but we'll get into that of course people forget that we have tools to solve these problems that's what they invented to guillotine for yes some concert you're going to have to be made this story comes to us from CNBC trump administration readies ban on flavored flavored e cigarettes amid outbreak of vape related deaths my gosh now interesting that they that they continue you this lie of vape related deaths when actually they know what caused these deaths and it's not anything that anybody ordinarily vapes it's vitamin e. that was introduced in do THC cartridges cartridges not nicotine cartridges that were sold on the black market knocked the white market unbelievable so i've read up on this we we have a story we might get to but it turns out that as trump declares war on e cigarettes the war on us trademark trademark th that's going to be the name of this new war trade you know let's let's declare war on something that is helping people according to the UK their national institute of health or whatever they call it in the UK they've done a lot of research and their estimates which they released again today they said we're our position hasn't changed vaping represents a ninety five percent reduction in harm over over smoking cigarettes but that's not a good enough for donald trump donald trump's gonna make it a hundred percent now it's gonna make zero zero percent sam because it's just not it just saves one child's life young at the expense because the child starts smoking cigarettes instead of flavored vapes cbs exactly how's that going to save a child's life it's insane they're going to argue that the flavoring is actually getting young people addicted to nicotine who otherwise may not have tried cigarettes whatever moron says that is obviously not tried nicotine because it's nicotine to get people addicted to nicotine i think one of the most interesting things i read on this was a doctor saying we need to stop demonizing nicotine in other words nicotine doesn't cause ause cancer if you ask ten people on the street they will tell you what's in cigarettes causes cancer wealth got nicotine and nicotine doesn't cause cancer let me repeat that for you nicotine does not cause cancer or what is the smoke smoke the tar the radiation that is released released by from burning organic material radio or tobacco smoke is radioactive and that's not good in your lungs that's it's probably not just about any burning vegetable matter as lately radioactive so the fact that marijuana smoking does is not causing an increase in lung disease is only because you're smoking something that has sufficient curative powers to offset the damage that is done by any smoke that you inhale now i want to be clear here i'm not going to stand here and say that vaping EPA good for you it's not no there's gotta hi son father borrow my vape and i'm like why would you wanna do that you don't smoke cigarettes you're not not quitting anything leave it alone right but as an alternative it is certainly a better alternative we're gonna get into the UK's which they a just released a just a demystifying some of the myths around these for example east cigarettes give you popcorn lung e cigarettes are now that not impossible but popcorn lung as something that they've encountered the reason they call it popcorn lung is that is something that they've encountered with one particular flavor that they've put in the artificial butter that they put in movie movie popcorn it's not unbelievable that there may be a flavor that will cause you problems but that doesn't mean that all flavors will causey problem there may be are you in favor of the government event now that you know cigarettes are gonna still be legal but by god we gotta do away with flavored vapes they might help someone quit smoking cigarettes like they did me a talked five for this crypto wealth advisor or coach if so as you're cryptocurrency advisor been investing in technology stocks for over twenty years have they left the corporate corporate world and retired or are they still trying to make a weekly 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he's brought grabbing popular arguing with right wingers all the time we were telling telling me why gun grabs her great exactly bump stocks support all kinds of things like that we're gonna they come to take your bump stock accused the bump them in the head we're going to get back into the CNBC story this is trump administration readies ban on flavored e east cigarettes amid outbreak of vaping related deaths an outbreak outbreak cast this in numbers the sheer numbers of what what these things have caused they have caused six deaths come to date fifteen people die a year in the united states from i'm falling icicles really falling icicle yeah hannam ban icicles span span water we're going to go ahead with this the trump administration's preparing to ban flavored e cigarettes as federal health officials call for restrictions to combat and outbreak you heard it here thirty second time an outbreak of a mysterious lung disease that has sickened hundreds and killed at least at least six people according by the way to the c. d. c. which is the government's own agency four hundred eighty thousand deaths per year are attributed to cigarette smoking that breaks down to about a thirteen hundred in change people dying every single day and dan this is six in what period of time a few years and a few because it six within the space komo month but all are sitting within the space of a decade six the entire time vaping exactly so you can count it any anyway you want to it depends on how far back you wanna look now unless we get another thousand keeling over in the next week i'm not going to consider this an outbreak now and even then it's not an outbreak it's a it sounded to me when when this first came out outbreaks are also communicable diseases where i am i'm very i would be shocked if it doesn't turn out that this particular incident comes down to one manufacturer because what are the chances dances that more than one manufacturer is going to suddenly decided let's put vitamin e. and r. vapes i think made the available double from what i read and we'll get into that a little bit more but this this substance in questions vitamin e acetate is used as a thickening agent agent agent in some of these oils in vaping vaping for marijuana cartridges and things like that i haven't heard about it that much in vaping but it's possible and i've never heard of it existing invading and if we if doug was put in vape jews people would be dying from that too but it's not happening well we don't know oh and that's the whole thing they're sitting here i'm gonna re i one of the dead people has been traced to a to a THC patent it contained tamed vitamin e. i wonder what the brand is at least one of those associated with every dead person i've zejmena vape to other things things and rolling stone has a good article that discusses that and talks about the dangers of vitamin e acetate and how a lot of these you know a lot of these producers knew why are you using that that's crap that's that that doesn't it's cheap that's why it is and i could see a couple of different manufacturers actually using the same same cheap product to make their product they'll sell for more money but i could also see all those companies going out of business once we're gets out well now hold on skip this is black market vape product okay heard that right that's what i it's my understanding as well so it could be produced by white market companies in china anything could be but it's still something that's part of the underground and so you can definitely point to prohibition as problem here azov because you know if if cannabis were legal then you it would be harder to find black-market vape cartridges i'm not saying go away completely but it would be a lot harder to find especially because the price of the legal product would go down and the people who are manufacturing the legal product you know who they are you can trace the the product line whereas when you buy i from a black market dealer you don't know where he got those from and even so if you don't know where he got them from i'm so what keeps manufacturers honest without if there isn't any regulation is the tort system okay eh if somebody gets hurt by defective product they're going to go back and they're gonna sue the supply chain but the fact that the market is black i mean that they have to obscure the supply chains right you can't know the whole supply chain and that means you can't hold them to account correct in fact these vape vape the black market vape cartridges you can get legitimate vape cartridges on the black market but there are fakes as well and so that's what these he's allegedly were now it's not clear i have not heard which brand was being faked but i have heard that there are black market dealers on dark net market sites lights that will actually sell you fake brand-name boxes that you can then use if you are an unscrupulous person who's manufacturing your own own cartridges you can then act as though you're selling dank vapes i've dank vapes are one of the brands that is questionable because the boxes are just available available you can just buy these empty boxes and you box up your own you know you're making your own whatever it is the juice served that goes into the oil i guess and then you you packaged up in a in a cartridge box act as though it's an actual dank vapes box why knows how those those i think they were brass monkey boxes this is that ended up containing cartridges that were not brass monkey cartridges because they didn't have the brass color that's the that's the trademark of the bresca i'm not gonna say who brought them i don't recall that you're talking about marijuana vape products the same thing has happened to some degree eh in in tobacco in in nicotine cartridges i was reading in august well it was another manufacturer a big manufacturer but they were changing their packaging and upgrading their you know their security measures so that people that were selling these other brand just empty cartridges could not do so so you know probably seen any black market nicotine vapes i've never seen that i haven't either i think they're more concerned with black market pods just pods that they didn't make in there that fit their devices i have seen the knockoff jewel pods right and those certainly abound but there this is not the right way to address the issue let the market addressed the issue don't do anything this isn't this isn't going to do anything to stop it legal chain underground so you can't sue them eight fifty five four fifty free what do you think is this good bad i want to hear what they've proposed michael this is free to dot and arkadelphia his a conference dedicated to the principles of liberty individual sovereignty and freedom from coercion located in philadelphia the cradle of liberty and arkadelphia seeks to shed light on issues such as geopolitics blogger jane economics spiritual health and wellness as 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of e cigarettes including meant and menthol from the market within thirty days don't you love how these bureaucrats can just go ahead and completely prohibit a product without even having to go through congress no they don't and this isn't nothing has passed congress there's no law there's nothing even for trump to sign he just tells his buddy at the FBI i want this done you remember how the republicans can screamed when obama ruled by executive order oh yeah watch your trump rule by executive order and watch the republicans the lying manipulative republicans say nothing up there and it was interesting i went online this morning i was checking news you're like i wonder what fox news has to say about vaping aren't they they did not have this as well into the day eight there was not one word not one story cover it didn't cover it at least not on the front page maybe he was buried somewhere but a couple searches searches for different terms vape vaping nothing on fox news is front page so because that implies that they will also haven't been covering the people have been dying will they probably don't at least there wasn't any news about it on there for today what that tells me fox knows knows their audience they're good american trump supporters and they don't want to put something out there that's make gonna make trump look like a complete hypocrite and make every republican look like a hypocrite for supporting somebody that supports arbitrary band in every republican is a hypocrite who supports the democrat trump well you're either with trump or you hate children guys clearly you hate children the it comes down to in the two i'd rather children again the food and drug administration currently finalising guidance to remove all non tobacco flavors of e cigarettes including mitten mental from the market within thirty days excuse me to him that seems like a really short period of time companies might think we need to remove the government from the market within thirty days same become dangerous and they've killed way more than five people people absolutely companies might be able to reintroduce their flavors at a later date as long as they submit a formal application and receive approval from the FDA so the FDA is going to let them sell the products with flavors if they give them more for money is that what that means shake dow how nice there will be some considerable filing fees and slightly republican shakedown did not democrats they shake democrat downs or socialism you know republican shakedowns our business as usual usual vaping companies such as jewel have been criticized for hooking children on e cigarettes move flavors such as mango and cream you know when i was running uncriticised for hooking republicans on socialism this is interesting so yes jewel is been accused of hooking children holdren on e cigarettes now outside of the middle school with free vapes they were just handing out to the kid absolutely even in the grocery stores they hit the mothers of shirt children because otherwise i'd have to love trumps sorry kids but i know when i hear the word children i can i have an age in mind i think of you know y- the app to maybe eight ten years after that they're they're kind of preteen teenager i a child is so the government says we're not really grown to we hit thirty so so they say hey get to treat us as children till then and sense you know they can't treat thirty thirty year olds and fifty year olds differently late that would be age discrimination amongst adults they just have to treat the whole human race is children there you go the surgeon underage vaping okay which US health officials have labeled as quote and epidemic unquote is one of the reasons why they plan to ban them at least until tell the FDA can thoroughly review their safety and their amount of money they have to spend and you you kids in an epidemic is something that happens with an infectious diseases passed from person to person you can't nobody decided sided to get the black death i'm gonna step i'm going to go down to the store and get myself some black death today yeah that's not how amp ah this works epidemic there's a rat who doesn't look real healthy let's play with them yeah it's insane quote the trump trump administration is making it clear that we intend to clear the market of flavored e cigarettes to reverse the deeply concerning epidemic back wow this word so cheerless of youth e cigarette use that is impacting children damocles schools and communities unquote woke see the importance of the word epidemic though is by referring to it as a disease it allows you to dehumanize the people involved volved because this isn't people choosing to vape their victims disease that's choosing for them to play those quotes were from czar who again is the head of the FDA well clearly you can't make choice you're a child can't consent anything exactly we will not stand idly lee by as these products become an on ramp for that word for right on and on ramp to combustible cigarettes which we we still are legally allowed to smoke and encourage or nicotine addiction for a generation of youth okay nicotine is the health and human services secretary saying alex outages are this idea that nicotine is it is addictive nobody questions that but the united states loves to demonize nicotine while nicotine we never caused cancer in anybody nicotine is not a cancer causing all the smoke that you get with a cigarette that causes cancer nicotine just make sure you come back and make sure you get enough to kill you or you choose to vape and i chose vape it's it's amazing and it's interesting to see doctors on on the continent you know in europe that say the same thing why is the US so dead set on on vilifying nicotine it is what it is when the US government becomes intent on vilifying you the question becomes uh-huh what industries toes are you stepping on and you know in a usually in case of drug drug users will they're getting demonize is because they're stepping on big farmers toes no the vape people they're getting demonized because they're stepping on big tobacco's to- absolutely lutely even know big tobacco is a big player in the nicotine vapor market i mean jewel they are partially owned by philip morris san wait till you hear what their spokesperson has to say about it i can't wait fifty five four fifty free what do you think should the government try to regulate something again this is free talk live hunters anglers campers and survivalists get back to nature expand your horizons with the highest quality most versatile unique slingshots and sling alling bows on the market at slingo dot com slough bo products are compaq and model start from just seventeen ninety eight they're perfect for your bug out bag or storing in your vehicle give yourself alf and your loved ones the excitement and tradition of slingo a new frontier and archery in truly modern twist on this primitive survival tool feel the thrill 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they they went in and the owner told them about this so i haven't talked to her personally so this is hearsay but i i buy it 'cause we trust trust the people that have told us the story and so apparently what's going on is the homeless person doesn't have their own phone for whatever reason because a lot of homeless people do they're not paying rent so why not but for the ones that don't have phones apparently they acquired edge wallet account because we were edge wallet is username password based right so you don't have to have twelve or eighteen backup words and go through some arduous process to restore wallet so what they're doing is they're coming in getting the stuff that they want to buy tobacco or whatever cigarettes and they're telling the owner hey can i use your phone so i can pay for this and the owners then giving them because they're probably regulars she pupae chasing to suggest that if you're gonna do this as a store owner you get yourself itself if you don't use for any doubts because letting people touch your phone is about plan nonetheless an interesting thing so what's what's going on is there then using their edge username and password to log into their edge paying for their products because getting any paid there it's easy to pay with crypto the store they're paying for their products they're handing it back to the owner of that point and when they come back in edge remembers the user names that are already on the phone so then all she has to do is just oh here's joey you know select his account and give it to him he puts in his four digit passcode or whatever to access the and he gets to pay his bill i was blown away by this i found that completely fascinating i mean who would have thought that the homeless would begin to adopt crypto doc urrency now it seems like it might be a good idea to introduce because you might find people who have flip phones manatt smartphones that might be a good use case for the the tax services tax out yeah yeah that's a good point i my question was what what is the preferred crypto currency of the home of the homeless which today like that's good question you know all of a sudden some whatever it was went went one hundred x and naked i'll get home well yeah and you know part of me that was my real thought was wow if if they do actually end up with some excess and did they keep it around and we've all seen what cryptocurrency prices can do and it's it can be pretty amazing not all crypto currencies take the path bitcoin and some don't and some some have good returns and that's it's now we'll have crypto inventors are investors on our on our streets of keene i think that's cool yeah very cool we've been talking about the food and drug administration's plans to ban all non tobacco flavors including mint and menthol from the market within ninety days thirty days i'm sorry you found something else that a up in your story up here and it's like two paragraphs in it's duels officials statement about this got you how jewel has already voluntarily done this but as we we were we on the air when we mentioned jewel is owned by big tobacco it's partially owned by altria has thirty five percent ownership and a couple down on from from where you are but right so again companies may be able to reintroduce their flavors at a later date as long as they submit a formal application vaping companies such as jewel have been criticized for hooking children on e cigarettes with flavors such as mango and cream we already covered we dan just try and jump ahead label epidemic while the rest to jump down to the next quote the trump administration is making it clear we intend to clear the market of flavored e cigarettes to reverse the deeply concerning epidemic of youth e cigarette use that is impacting acting children we did that one too sorry chris alright schools again and children czar could take the FDA several weeks to develop the guidelines are told reporters outside the white house with acting FDA commissioner neil sharp lous i'm not making that up he's not the sharpest sharpest knife in the jurors mission or sharpness shares of altria which owns a thirty five percent stake in e cigarette company jewel aw fell by less than one percent while competitors PM i group japan tobacco british american tobacco and imperial brands rose ios bhai between one and three percent in midday trading jewel spokesman told CNBC on wednesday quote we strongly agree with the need for aggressive you've category wide action on flavored products we will fully comply with the final FDA policy when effective effective now the big tobacco judas goat yes is begging for the for the industry three they infiltrated to juno jewel this is jules statement jew was not a big tobacco company any altria bought shares in jewel later so you'll created their business on flavored products sure and now they're saying well well we got there flavored products you can't get them in stores anymore it's not our choice it's their choice being regulatory who've really yeah how could they how did they do a regulatory move that affected only jewel and not the companies that still make flavored yeah substitutes i'm and i wasn't sure it was he was terri thing it was a did is they they're stepping in so that they can speak for the vape industry and just buying that thirty five percent share with or maybe they did it to try to preempt what the government they did they saw which way now what jeweled does this has been played out so many times as we're big we are bloody wealthy we got more money than we need we're going to beg for regulation that will weed out all the other competitors to us who are don't do don't have as deep pockets as we do so that's where jules go with that now they're going behind the scenes and probably going to lobby the FDA right to make the regulations as friendly to their preferences as possible of course they are czar i wanna keep tobacco flavored e cigarettes on the market for adults 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six weeks after president trump attacked baltimore on twitter as a rat and rodent infested mess a group of activists his plan to protest the president's appears in the city today trump will be speaking at twenty nineteen house republican retreat dinner at a downtown hotel tell outside hundreds are expected to rally against his policies on immigration war and climate change says miranda bachman organizer for ice at a baltimore baltimore one of the groups involved in the protest we deeply oppose trump policies his policies racism is policies division of a workers at a press people in poor people we've seen him attack migrants refugees and make attack that are not so veiled and are racist trump has stood should by his comments on majority black baltimore and his criticism of the city's democratic congressman elijah cummings i'm diane bernard reporting uber a lift drivers and their allies in the labor movement or urging governor gavin newsom to sign a bill AB five passed on wednesday that would reclassify tens of two thousand of california contract workers as employees the measure could give the employees access to minimum wage guarantees unemployment insurance and workers comp ada and alva- is a lift driver and activist with the group gig workers rising he says right now the multibillion dollar companies business model depends on the constant availability idiot drivers but workers make nothing while they're waiting for a gig lifton uber directly benefiting from nineteen labor of drivers in order to resolve this they need to pay for the time when people are waiting for derives the law cepa test whereby companies will have to prove that contract workers are not doing work central to the business and uber's CEO said wednesday he will process that claim and refuses to reclassify contract workers employees companies are also planning a ballot measure is our next year that would gut AB five i'm suzanne potter this is p. m. s. about of toxic waste from oil gas drilling in pennsylvania has skyrocketed in recent years and now a new map let you know what's being dumped nearby in two thousand eighteen alone fracking in the keystone state generated sixty nine million barrels of liquid waste and one point four million tonnes of solid waste that waste contains heavy metals such as lead and arsenic and radioactive elements such as radium to twenty-six but it is exempt from federal and state hazardous waste regulations most of it ends up in landfills and other disposal sites in pennsylvania according to melissa trautmann with earthworks their new interactive map allows anyone to locate nearby disposal sites by typing in their address the map shows knows where those places are what kinds of waste has been processed or disposed of at that particular site and also what year the map and accompanying reporter online at earthworks dot org i'm andrea sears reporting the school year is here airtel reports that means teachers once again reaching into their air pockets pay for supplies in the classroom the economic policy institutes analysis of national center for education statistics data finds oregon teachers spent four hundred sixty three three dollars of their own money on supplies for the two thousand eleven school year compared with the national average of four hundred fifty nine dollars that might seem like a post recession spike nick but the national average was actually up by the two thousand fifteen school year to four hundred eighty dollars state averages weren't available for that year economic policy institute economist economist immigrant says this is a unique burden if you think of any other profession how normal is it that you have to go to work with your owned music videos and in this case it's not just for them each for the teen the analysis of fines average spending in high poverty schools was five hundred twenty three dollars dollars compared with four hundred thirty four dollars at low poverty schools and finally our dan hyman 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vaping tonight it's my preferred like avenue that flavor that doesn't taste like a cigarette imagine that that helped me quit smoking oh king and i've been cigarette free for about eight nine months now i mean not one wow not slipped up once long single cigarette because of this technology by the i smoke about one to two a day depending i started out just something that i could not have possibly done without vaping right i mean you can't smoke one cigarette today right and i've i've been that guy and i've tried many ways to quit this is the first thing in thirty five i plus years that gave me an opportunity to just cold not even cold turkey because i'm still getting the nicotine i didn't give an opening up up except for tar and six thousand or seven thousand chemicals that are found in tobacco and tobacco papers that are are used in the production of cigarettes and the thing about vapes is if they're if they're well done than there are literally going to be three or four are distinct chemicals in there as opposed to five hundred so six thousand or six six thousand okay does right it's five hundred hundred carcinogens yeah but i but so so the you know if a particular or chemical becomes a problem like this vitamin e acetate obviously that's a problem well guess what you don't even have to pass a law against uh-huh putting this stuff in vapes because no company is going to put this stuff in vapes now they know it's a problem the vaping companies learn something from the tobacco industry they learned that it's a bad move long-term to kill your customers yeah it it gives you short term gains but you lose out in the long room when they start dying earlier and i mean big tobacco doesn't mind killing you by moving you back on cigarettes because that's what they're trying to do with this with this legislation is they're trying to take away the benefit of vaping so you go back to cigarettes or her side and to capture a part of the market is well the market absolutely i'd like to just issue a quick correction here we had talked in the last hour about jewel which is one of the more big names in the vaping industry they sell the nicotine salts version which is kind of as i understand it more of a freebase variant on the vape concentrate free bases in the parlance freebase is considered just what we've always had straight nicotine is nicotine salts are different formula wait to connect nicotine into a molecule in a different way as a salt that's all it means what is stronger it's a better hit the practicality is is it does have it takes less to get the same thing so you see powder cocaine is just cocaine i can't crack coke or i'm sorry is cocaine HCL which is the salt forum freebase cocaine is just cocaine there okay same thing same thing with same thing with nicotine i i will say that nicotine salts provide at a very different experience over regular nicotine when you're talking about vaping it gives it gives you something that is much more close to a hit off of a cigarette and i'm sorry i was trying to quit cigarettes i wanted something that was very similar but i sure as hell didn't want something that tasted like a cigarette that is what donald trump is going to do so here's the correction and i think what it ends up what i'm correcting is that we are both right in the conversation we had about jewel and the flavors because remember we we had this discussion about well did jewel decide on their own to restrict restrict distribution of their flavored products or was it a government decision and i remember covering this last year on free talk live when this this news hit and so going back to CNBC from two thousand eighteen the food and drug administration did restrict sales of flavored e cigarettes to age restricted stores and dan pursuing bans on menthol cigarettes they're gonna maybe ban menthol cigarettes as well but the rule was that if you have a convenience store meaning that anyone one can come into the convenience store you cannot sell flavored e cigarettes in the convenience store however if you have an a an establishment like vape shop where you're not allowed to be in there unless you're over the age of eighteen or twenty-one whatever the legal age in the state the vape shops or cigar shops or whatever could still still sell the the flavored juices under the FDA rules but jewell may have decided well we're just gonna pull all our flavors out of any store that may be a something they decided to do as a result of that may be the same the only way to get flavored jewels to order them direct online the company and i couldn't get by there KYC and wow and interestingly when they did that that's when all the jewel knockoff spending a jewel is like cartridge right logs into elo cartridge that gives you the neck salt so all the knockoffs began to pop you know so that's what happens when we do this stuff and the knock off sir sir i think more likely to cause health problems i don't know if you've used the jewel knockoffs but some of them are awful i've tried i don't really know the brand of off the cartridge you're buying the jewel stick but you don't know what the thing you're plugging into it is yeah and that introduces some doubt in consumers minds ends guess what consumers can come to these conclusions on their own i don't buy the off brand stuff i stick to a couple top of the line nine manufacturers of the juice that i use i'm not interested in you know try and hey we got this new thing in from china it's the cheapest thing out there you wanna try no no i don't want i always go for the best you second get yeah it's still saving money right like even with a high end product like a jewel as opposed to the new the knockoffs it's still going to be a lot cheaper than buying two packs of cigarettes or even a pack a day and and jewel i mean if you're a two pack acadamy smoker it's it's going to be half the money you know and that's a huge savings that's a huge savings and if you actually get a refillable device like i use it's way less expensive than that and another way to think of it rather than worrying about how many how many packs a day is just it's gonna be a joel cartridge is about two packs of cigarettes worth the worth of nicotine so whatever you smoke it's going to be about half the money yeah it is directly brexit proportionate that's a good point rich nobody it is the just this idea that math that we can't just just decide for ourselves what goes into our body what would you say if if the government decided to outlaw chocolate ice cream it makes as much sense is that there's a flavor that we don't like him we don't think anybody should have it so we're outlaw chocolate ice cream and isn't that just the ice cream companies trying trying to lure children into a lifetime of obesity absolutely get hooked young it is insanity we're we're gonna talk about a little bit more and we've got some phone calls to get to but what do you think is trump on the right path here or 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in studio in studio myself chris the vapor and ian and nobody the vapor yeah so we got two people in here who have personal experience variants will vape vapor you have aped just having a vape tobacco pry baco nicotine just i'm not an an addict radio i can put down i am an addict and what i was addicted to cigarettes and i finally found a way to quit cigarettes i was able to according to the british health department reduce the harm by ninety five percent by switching from cigarettes to vaping that is the percentage that they see even with flavored cigarettes flavored vapes apes over tobacco ninety five percent harm reduction we've been reading from the story from CNBC and i want to continue the effort to ban flavored e the cigarettes has started picking up momentum michigan san francisco in boulder colorado a band flavored e cigarettes michael bloomberg the billionaire and a and former new york mayor pledged a hundred and sixty million dollars to help enact similar restrictions around the country the FDA hey was supposed to start reviewing e cigarettes a relatively new market last summer until former FDA commissioner scott gottlieb pushed back the the review until twenty twelve this was what we were talking about earlier right where they were going to they restricted purportedly or at least they were talking about restricting getting the flavors from being sold in general stores or convenience stores where young people could come in and see them i guess and now now they've pushed back the full review for three more years the proposal outlined wednesday essentially moves the FDA's timeline to review flavors up to this year are all companies must submit applications in may twenty twenty per a federal court judge's ruling issued in july preliminary data from the centers for disease control and preventions annual survey of teens show more than a quarter of high school students used e cigarettes gretz within the past thirty days with the quote overwhelming majority unquote saying that they've vape fruit and menthol or mint flavors HHS HHS said in a press release vast majority of everybody vote vapes those foot nearly all the flavors available what i want to know is what what we're a quarter or what was the percentage of high schoolers in nineteen ninety nine when vapes did not exist at all that we're using tobacco it goes cigarettes was more than twenty five percent okay yes and i would ask what's the what's that percentage now if you've got more kids if they're going to smoke something i i would rather see kids vape than smoke cigarettes right now there was actually a quote earlier that you missed i'm gonna share that with you hear from alex czar so you had talked about how they're going to allow once this regulation goes through and they ban all these flavors that they're gonna still allow tobacco well czar said this quote if we find the children's start surging into tobacco flavored e cigarettes or if we find marketing practices that target children and try to attract them into tobacco flavored pretty cigarettes we will engage enforcement actions they're also on believable though as long as it's as long as some kid decides to vape tobacco flavor well get ready they're gonna ban that too well which of course if they're they kids smokes cigarettes they of course they're gonna if all they can get as the tobacco flavor favor that's what they're gonna why wouldn't they like us right why wouldn't they because remember if you're a young person and you have a nicotine addiction you you can use a vape relatively subtly it's not something that has the stench of a cigarette right so if you go into the bathroom and in fact i've even heard of kids doing it in class like hitting the vape and then holding it in i've heard it in court and so they don't exhale off along or any vapor or the very least they could go to the bathroom vape in a bathroom stall and nobody's going to be the wiser of it it'll just be a tobacco flavor and they're going to still use it you're not going to stop anything what you will do drives them back to cigarettes right well you'll do that you'll drive people that still look for flavors to black market orcas your you have no hope of ever controlling that's just not going to happen in it's insane to think that you will the FDA is in in the process of banning menthol cigarette i can't believe that that one amazes me you say they're banning menthol cigarettes in the process of whatever that's going to be regular cigarettes rats in the process in this process of banning flavors of vaping they're gonna ban menthol cigarettes holy shit the dot FM tha beat you to it on that one i'm glad really threw me they're rich i'm sorry i really really threw me too so so we're still here yeah we're still okay good so i didn't catch that but i was just looking at rich and rich you mean nobody nobody his muted now but i don't know if that was your intention it was me muted okay you that's your first warning nobody nobody could get muted but just this idea that they are going to ban menthol cigarettes so forgive me for saying this i'm going to say it anyway this almost seems it's going to seem to some people as racially motivated i don't want to make a broad generalization generalization about you mean there's nothing racist about statistics the usage of menthol cigarettes let's is largely in the black community and that's well that's established so yes they are literally going to create one would expect a black crimewave by criminalising in activity which is most prevalent in in the black community right and and i had this doesn't because black people are bad is because the government's bad right and because certain people have certain preferences for what kind of flavors they like out of a cigarette or out of vape jews clearly the government wants to help these black people and everybody else that likes menthol and that's why they band heroin people had a problem with heroin any more than anyone else i know but the goal out of the early days of the war on and this only comes from richard nixon's what chief-of-staff h r haldeman a center ehrlichman said that yeah basically ehrlichman he was the one who went to jail l. and then he said it on CNN yeah the question of why how did the war on drugs get started was that anything to do with politics instead of course we we wanted to make all black people criminals so we'll we'll ban these and we'll go after the hippies by making marijuana a schedule one drug yeah and and actually what he said is we will associate we will use propaganda to associate heroin with black people in the public mind into associate marijuana hippies hippies in the well you know it doesn't take that much propaganda associate marijuana with hippies plan teen vaping epidemic on one e cigarette manufacturer manufacturer in particular jewel done done done so it was like zule the character ghostbuster jewel a have to have an enemy and we have to put his name 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zero three seven three three that's our toll free number that's the number you call to get on the radio you can change the subject he don't have to talk about what we've been talking about we've been talking about donald trump's plan dan to ban flavored vape cartridges and flavored cigarettes i don't think it was his plan i think he's jumping on the bandwagon i think if donald trump said now let's not do that it wouldn't happen he's for it but i don't think he i don't think he'd cooked this up i think it was was the bureaucrats it was bureaucrats always they do the grunt work the hard task of oppressing people's rights but i wanna tell you about help don't meet take bitcoin ju- operate retail business or are you looking for a solution for point of sale cryptocurrency acceptance it's never been an easier thanks to help me take bitcoin dot com there's no paperwork or approval process open an account if you already have a tablet your cash register you're almost done on just visit helped 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for the thing to go through and crypto currency it's almost instant instant when you know that you've got a very high likelihood of getting paid i'll take that any day it just makes our much smoother experienced the for the merchant yeah and for those who don't know i accept credit cards in my small business i lose at least two to four percent or more based on what the customer uses the kind of credit card they use their bank that's money right off the top that comes out of my family's livelihood there's an interesting thing that i saw today at a little zoe's pizza here in keene which is one of the businesses that takes crypto currency see for their delicious pizza eating some of it a few moments ago if you saw me on cam yet and they have signs up now in their store that say if you pay with a credit card you will be charged an extra three point five percent for the convenience of using the credit carter for the privilege or whatever you wanna call it of using the credit card it's i talked to the owner who's who's there you know about it we get you know i helped him hook up the crypto thing i said hey are you giving because it talks about a cash discount and said hey are you giving crypto discount to and he said yeah as the only people who pay more so there's the menu price for the pizza and then the credit card people pay more for that so cash payers and crypto payers get the best prices credit card payers pay more and the interesting thing was this company that he's working with peers to encourage this the the credit card processor appears to be like on board with this whole idea at some that's like their business us model somehow and i didn't get into exactly how all that works but it was very interesting up slay amount of yeah i ah but i mean like as far as like why would a credit card processor want to position themselves to try to position themselves out of a job basically because they're they're trying to to position themselves to be the middleman for people who wouldn't ordinarily take credit cards you're right about right because what happened with a little zoe's was last earlier this year or maybe late last year he decided to stop taking credit cards and he made a instagram post about it like we're stopping tatum crawls all of a sudden he gets a call from these guys and we can after yeah the man i'll bet that's what happened yeah it was very interesting and i actually brought up i said well i thought thought most credit card companies prohibit in their terms of service giving cash discount because they want their car to be on the same level as all other forms of payment so was was the terms of service and he says that was true but there was apparently a supreme court decision that said that if there is as sufficient notice meaning sign so customers can see i'm writing this down because i'm implementing the same thing tomorrow that's why i'm telling you auburn oversubscribed telling you about right so as long as they're signing up and he's got like a little placard in front of the register and he's got a flyer or something he's got a couple of different places where it's there are you use a credit card you're paying more for it three point five percent more he says on this the cards like discover or american express where it's a five percent or or four point five or whatever it is you usually the little pricier he still has to eat that but that hardly ever happens right like almost nobody pays those those cards and of course you can always decide to not accept those carts the visa mastercard and then so now he's getting in thousands of dollars extra every single year from his credit card or he's not losing that much yes the full amount of his sale for the rest of beautiful thing it is and for people don't know i mean we we small businesses pay three four five percent on every sale every transaction the you use a chronic corn but think about it this way yeah it's three percent but that's three percent of the gross what's the percentage of the prophet that you're actually paying to the credit card companies much larger whatever it is different assures your profits are concerned but yeah i mean technically it's it's not part of the profit because it's because it's an expense but ed coming out of your office i if if your prophet is you walk away and you pay a three percent fever gene then you've lost ten percent of your profit exactly and even worse and that's why my small business we we do the crypto discount i mean that's been in a long standing thing you know i want to encourage people not to use credit card so we'll offer him five percent off anything in the store if you pay with crypto that's how we're addressing that but i like this idea i gotta look in i i like it i don't remember the name of the company just stop in figure out the sign ups right there on a little bit more research adding pay pal fee would would rock to and i don't know if that's if that's doable for people who who 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presented by cycles by listen online ed freetalklive dot com this is free talk live eight fifty five four fifty free that's our toll free number that's eight five five four five zero three seven three three that's the number to call to get on the air with us and the us i refer to as myself self chris it's ian and nobody and we've been talking about vaping and washington's desire to outlaw flavored vapes and menthol flavored vapes and mint flavored vapes and they're also going after are menthol and mint flavored cigarettes because evidently kids can't get enough of these things and there's an epidemic their words not mine line of youth smoking because of flavors like menthol this is in eh that they're actually not smoking there vaping they will be smoking if smoking is the only way they can get nicotine that's absolutely true and you know when we did the bill writes we talk a lot about the first amendment issues the second second amendment issues occasionally we talk about you know the tenth amendment you know all those powers that are reserved for the states will there's another another one that people don't think about the nine th amendment ninth amendment the enumeration in this constitution of certain rights shall not be held up to deny or disparage others retained by the people what that means is that if the constitution didn't mention away to outlaw something and it didn't mention away outlaw anything then you still possess that right and this idea that washington can do do whatever they want is only because you have allowed them to do that and you also have to remember the context of the ninth amendment well what pre existing rights did did did we have before the government came along and and the answer is all of them but it's pretty well summed up in the declaration of independence we hold these truths to be self evident at all men are created equal that earned out by the creator with certain unalienable any legal rights and that amongst these are life liberty and the pursuit of happiness now that is very broad it is that is very broad but if you reject that as a preexisting right then the entire basis and justification vacation for the existence of the nation and the separation from england is thrown out the window right so the declaration of independence is the basis of american legitimacy and it gives an it acknowledges a far broader base of rights than the constitution does accept the constitution grandfather's that in with the ninth amendment exactly and do you like being a colony johny because that's how you become a colony yeah if you want to do away with that if you know a colonies have they event that's how you get a dance this was the route of american the american experiment was individual rights small government not the having washington centrally plan everything everything donald trump rails against socialism central planning manning he is doing every one of these things doing it harder than obama ever dreamt of and the authoritarian republicans look into go harder daddy harder impressed me a little more shred on me harder trove fleas dread he's not as bad as the democrats the democrats he's no i mean on one basis is better than the democrats he's not talking about socialized healthcare i about socialized healthcare he just wants it to be called trumpcare now macaire oh that will help if the name is right then socialism them to work they just haven't you know real trump socialism hasn't been tried yet we can look at the at the bump stock ban dan the bump stock band was a device that was used by the las vegas shooter and it allows a semi automatic firearm to fire very quickly and i'm pretty sure that's i've never heard of a bump stock being used in any other right math you know as far as i know that was the only one where sadly you know some i'm fifty six fifty eight people died and some of those were hit with a rifle that had a bump stock on it i'm not gonna dispute that but bay staw it's true or not because i heard more than one shooter on that tape so i i think there's a lotta lies coming out of vegas whatever it may be the point is is donald trump allowed a ban on a piece of plastic that cannot fire a bullet on its own it anything you attach a bump stock to he said now turns it into a machine gun which is alchemy i i don't even know where to go at it it's turning inanimate piece of plastic that can't fire a bullet on its own into a machine gun it was nonsense the clintons ATF would've done no obama's ATF looked at it again and they said yeah bump stock that's more or less a novelty item we don't feel the need to regulate a bump stock on the open from the trump ATF said that we can't have that much liberty right and i was in several conversations online today with various democrats saying yeah well you know you can't take the chance you get it get the democrats in there you're not going to hold on you in conversation with democrats who said you can't take a chance with with republican i apologize if i'm in the coconut that is my lime disease shown up for an appearance but the idea that there at the end of the world will occur if democrats take back the white house it's pretty much on issues that are important to me trump has behaved worse than democrats so tell me again why i should be all worried and don't think that i'm going to support a democrat for the president or that i'm going to support donald trump i am hoping for the going to vote for bill weld big flaming big flaming i mean meteor i think nobody nobody else just write me nobody has nobody ever is right to make your decisions for you they would i promised my vote is somebody who answered one of my post instead hell yeah i'm like good enough you've got my vote doesn't matter i'll find out we'll go through my timeline and figure out who that one person was the common and if he happens to run all vote for him i also said i would vote for gabby what's her name the democrat running i did said vote for tulsi gabbard yeah i said i would vote for for her but only based not on her positions but based on her workout video so i feel that's as compelling reason to choose a new dictator tator and that's all we're going to be doing we're going to be choosing either we like the dictator we have who's gonna who is oppressing our rights we're going to choose a new dictator who will oppress our rights in some other fashion well i'll be voting libertarian because even if i don't even if i'm not not crazy fond of the candidate at least it makes it real clear that what i want is less government yeah that's a good point and a lot of people hopefully more people are thinking that i know today a lot more libertarian libertarian ideas are getting out there thanks to you it'll be interesting to see what happens in twenty twenty given the libertarian party candidate gary johnson did pretty well i believe he got a record record percentage of votes in 2016 if i'm not mistaken so he did very well compared to previous libertarian candidates so candle libertarian party nominate somebody who can keep that momentum up or will they lose momentum because obviously there's going to be a lot of frustration surrounding trump presuming he gets the nomination eh and whoever the democrats nominate it's gonna be crap too so maybe the libertarians have a chance to get get get above two percent it's a possibility and you know it's it's an uphill battle keep in mind that i mean we got above didn't didn't get four percent today i think so okay are our enemies are couple i if you're looking for libertarian presidential hopefuls i mean first of all the money's gonna flow to the bigger parties and then all the rules that are set up for elections are set up by the two major policies policy are parties the democrats and the republicans decide who's going to be in debates bates they're going to decide what happens and how things are counted and they're going to control how districts are gerrymandered 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to the heartland newsfeed radio nip work at live dot hotline newsfeed dot com this stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram's republican service they use cast thursday september twelfth twenty nineteen i'm mike clifford the US supreme court backs trump by the strict asylum rule and protests expected when the president visits what he called roden vested baltimore first our top story the supreme court allowing nationwide enforcement now of a new trump administration rule it prevents most central american immigrants seeking asylum in the US that from the washington post they report the order late wednesday temporarily une does a lower a court ruling that blocked the new asylum policy in some states along the southern border the post ads the policy is meant to deny asylum to anyone who passes through another country on the weight of the US without seeking protection there i most people crossing these other border are central america's fleeing violence and poverty are largely ineligible under the new rule as our asylum-seekers from africa asia and south america just six weeks after president trump attacked baltimore twitter as a rat and rodent infested mess a group of activists plan to protest the presence appearance in the city today trump will be speaking at the twenty nineteen house republican retreat dinner at a downtown hotel outside hundreds are expected to rally against his policies on immigration war in climate a change says miranda bachman organizer for ice at a baltimore one of the groups involved in the protest we deeply opposed trump's policies his policies racism is policies division of workers at a press people in poor people we've seen him attack migrants refugees and make attack that are not so veiled and are racist trump has stood by his comments a majority black baltimore and his criticism of the city's democratic congressman elijah cummings on diane bernard reporting uber lift drivers other allies in the labor movement or urging governor gavin newsom to sign a bill AB the five passed on wednesday that would reclassify tens of thousands of california contract workers as employees the measure could give the employees access is to minimum wage guarantees unemployment insurance and workers comp aiden alva- is a lift driver and activists with the group gig workers rising he says right now the multibillion billion dollar companies business model depends on the constant availability of drivers but workers make nothing while they're waiting for a gig lifton uber directly benefiting from non-paid paid labor of drivers in order to resolve it they need to pay for the time when people are waiting for derides the law sets up a test whereby companies as we'll have to prove that contract workers are not doing work central to the business and uber CEO said wednesday he will push that claim and refuses to reclassify contract workers as employees companies are also planning a ballot measure next year that would gut AB five i'm suzanne potter this is p. s. the amount of toxic waste from oil gas drilling in pennsylvania has skyrocketed in recent years and now a new bap let you know what's being dumped nearby in two thousand eighteen alone fracking in the keystone state generated sixty nine million barrels of liquid waste and one point four million tonnes of solid waste that waste contains heavy metals title such as lead and arsenic and radioactive elements such as radium twenty-six but it is exempt from federal and state hazardous waste regulations most of it ends up in landfills and other disposal sites in pennsylvania according to melissa trautmann with earthworks their new interactive map allows anyone to locate nearby disposal disposal sites by typing in their address the map shows where those places are what kinds of waste has been processed or disposed of at that particular site it also what year the map and accompanying reporter online at earthworks dot org i'm andrea sears reporting the school year is here your eric reports that means teachers once again are reaching into their pockets to pay for supplies in the classroom the economic policy institutes analysis of national center for education in statistics data finds organ teachers spent four hundred sixty three dollars of their own money on supplies for the two thousand eleven school year compared with the national average of four hundred fifty nine nine dollars that might seem like a post recession spike but the national average was actually up by the two thousand fifteen school year to four hundred eighty dollars state averages kids weren't available for that year economic policy institute economist immigrants zia says this is a unique burden if you think of any other profession how normal is s. eight that you have to go to work with your own materials i mean these days it's not just for them it's for these children the analysis also bovine that average spending at high poverty schools was five hundred twenty three dollars compared with four hundred thirty four dollars at low poverty schools and finally our dan hyman reports for go back in doctors are saying your mom is right time to turn off the phone get to bed because you really do need a good night's sleep dr simone affair on a cardiologists with data care points to information from the american heart association and others she says it shows that for their mental emotional oh and fiscal health teams should turn the screens off well before bedtime the laptop the TV the cellphones or smartphones what i would recommend is at least two hours before bedtime you know farren says research confirms what parents always say that foggy feeling you get without enough enough sleep means poorer learning worst decision making and long-term issues with physical health a lack of sleep will disrupt their thinking and emotions and could push up take chances they should i buy clifford republicans service we are member a-listers supported and we are online at public service dot ORG three seven three three hour number three of our program tonight free talk live does three hours of live radio pretty much chevy night of the year and this is open phones radio this is something that isn't really big in the market anymore the idea that you could it call in with a topic that's interesting to you not necessarily what the hosts are talking about you can't do that on a lot of radio programs and free talk live you've been able to do that since day one and we happily continue that tradition because we find in your topics interesting the we i refer to as myself chris it's in and nobody and we have been as always always kind of all over the map we talked a lot about trump land he i know yeah we've only been mostly one story they we have talked about different we've talked about various aspects of that true i'm calling it it's not all over the map now is also very smaller than all over the board because i would think all over the the board would be like thing and i think we've been over the map much who are have been all over the board on this story okay we've talked yeah yeah i'm just trying to make excuses ah didn't get stuck on one topic all night but it's an interesting topic wrong with that necessarily i mean even though free talk live the has the ability to talk about anything and we do have open phones all night sometimes it's rare but sometimes will talk for three hours about one topic very rarely but it has happened in this case we did too yes pretty good yeah and this case is interesting guys legs as they say yeah you we we want to talk about the legality of you know whether you know somebody can actually ban a menthol cigarette or menthol vapes or fruit flavored vapes or legal that doesn't mean it's right right if not legal because the constitution does not author interpretation nation and well it is my interpretation but it's what the words on the pay fast that's what people agreed to nobody agreed into some random interpretation of of the constitution in twenty nine thousand nine they agreed to what they thought it it meant when they signed it and the idea behind it wasn't that i didn't agree to anything right legal is what the men and women in robes in the supreme court say say is legal that's it it's an opinion backed by guns that's what law in even them doing that originally that wasn't in the constitution the idea that the the supreme court would decide what is constitutional law wise and isn't constitutional that wasn't in the constitution the supreme court decided that in marbury v madison and granted themselves the right to be the sole arbitrator volk constitutionality and basically that makes them this skyhook of the entire thing and when i say skyhook there's a story about a pilot almost out of out of gas and he's and he's circling airport they ask them to circle for another half hour but he doesn't have gas and he says the aircraft is not equipped with the skyhook i can't i can't just hang it up here nobody nobody comes up with some interesting things like that yeah nobody knows a lot of things nobody i know strange things things that are absolutely absolutely useless most of the time but i know something ian knows something about and that's well two things crypto currency and free money mo money mo money mo money any tell me about stellar because you tip me off to something got me twenty bucks in stellar yeah well i mean i'm not the right person stellar return turn about stellar specifically i think nobody probably knows a lot more about stellar he's done some deep detailed research into it he could probably much better explain what it is and we should should do that but it is one of the top crypto currencies on the planet right now according to coin market cap dot com it's currently right actually it's dropped out of the top ten it was in the top ten for a good amount of time this year i think it is currently at number twelve with a let's see market cap of over one billion one point one and billion US dollars and but that's not what's not noteworthy about stellar now there's what got it into the news this week is they're doing they're teaming up with an organization called key base to do a massive what they call airdrop in the world of crypto currency meaning they're just giving away a bunch of their what they call stellar stellar lumens which is they're they're crypto if you will and they're giving them away to people who are shoes call it in air elimination luminaires yeah they're doing it to people who have the the key based program which and how to describe what key basis we have to we have by god that was loud i dunno for ISDN lines okay it looks okay so going on key base is uninteresting program somebody needs to keep talking while he's he's doing to switch it's to the comrex access since the ISDN is not working correctly erico that psalm richie key basis kind of a cool app so oh key base you can sign up for a key base account and it will when you set it up with a username and password it will encrypt a set of keys for you so that you can prove what they then ask you to do is prove that you are who you are and you can prove your identity in a couple the different ways you could settle hook it up to my twitter account and and they will trust me because i'm a member twitter what's more important as i can i can set these keys to all sorts of different things i can reference my personal email if i run a website i can put some of their code in my website so that they can verify me that way you can upload your p. g. p. key so that people can download it and know that you're really you right if you've had PG for a for a long time that's one way and then it allows you to use their anybody can copy your public PG peaky that doesn't prove that you are who you say you are well it doesn't prove that you are who you say you are but if somebody goes to key base and they see that rich freeman paul all at facebook is attached to this key base account and that elect nobody at twitter is attached to this key base account out then they can download the PG key the pup PG public key from key base for the same account and they know at that PGP key belongs to the same freeman paul at facebook and to elect nobody at twitter so that's the important point about key base is you have multiple points of identity that are all tied in together and the more of these points that you can verify are your so twitter facebook tuck website there's other things on our mastodon then you can feel pretty certain that the person you're dealing with is actually who they say they are right and that's a very important problem because key exchange is a huge vulnerability in creating well key exchange would be an well king exchange vulnerability would be say a man in the middle attack let's say that that the FBI is is monitoring us very closely and they hear me say to you on the phone i'm going to text you my payment address grads and send the send the crypto there well they tell the phone company okay well don't let that that text message go through through and they send a different address today there then they've done that's called a man in the middle attack and so then you send the crypto but you send it to them and they may why they why they may want you wanna do that it may be they just want to disrupt the operation whatever it is you and i are doing doing well if i don't get the money to finance the operation silver yeah and that's that's the point is you can come up with ev- i've if i've got fifty the different indicators that this account belongs to you i can feel pretty assured that it is indeed you of course i could talk to you every thursday to pursue eight fifty five you can't see the person in real life then you can't be sure exactly and was so much of our lives online and makes it more difficult to no you're talking to fifty five four fifty three this is 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maybe chris chris that you had introduced key base i think you were the one that turned me onto it and you said oh is this cool thing where you know you can have all this identity just stuff verified and prove that you are who you say you are and you can connect with other people and it's encrypted and and we didn't mention that it's open source it's also decentralized lies so there's not one central point of failure with this and now there is there is a central server to it but as decentralized from the user's point of view when you can use different devices for backup ooh so it would not continue if the central server was shut down i i don't think so i think you would have to because somebody has to be a key base dot com listening i guess or a key or key base i o c i i don't know enough about exactly how the back end of this is is set up but it seemed like a really good way to you know have an encrypted chat service that didn't rely on let's say like signal where signals a a an app for your smartphone that will encrypt your chats but signals signals based on a phone number and if you don't have the same phone number anymore then or or further if you're using phone numbers there's problems with people can spoof those there's some issues with with signal so it seemed like another really viable alternative but one of the problems with the encrypted chat apps in general is is the more secure they are the more unfriendly they are as far as users are concerned so we had a chat app that we were using called riot which is based on the matrix matrix protocol for a time and and we did manage to recruit a few the activists in the area to to use that platform for i would say most of the year it it kind we've had some legs underneath it but then it just it didn't really stay popular people sort of never really took to it in any significant way and that's because the app was constantly really bugging for a key checking it was constantly bugging the user oh do you know this person you need to make sure you've verify and then you whenever you join join a room it would yell at you about it wasn't it wasn't secure or whatever it was constantly or half year noise standing thing you'd type half of it wouldn't be legible volta anybody who or you couldn't read it one device or another it was just a mess and so i thought well you know this might be a good way to get an encrypted chat room going but we kind of installed it and it never really went anywhere so but when they announced this about this massive crypto currency giveaway where they're giving giving away apparently about one hundred twenty four million dollars worth of cryptocurrency two key base users i thought well that's worth talking about that's worth telling somebody about if they're actually going to pay people to try out their software that's a pretty cool idea like hey true air software will give give you some free crypto that's cool and the thing understand you're talking about the the market cap of of stellar lumens uh-huh yeah and the thing is that's really not a good measure of liquidity in the stellar her ecosystem because lumens are basically used to pay fees and that's pretty much all they're all they're good for or is to pay the transaction fees when things travel across the stellar network but what would they leave pushing values stable coins we haven't haven't talked about what stellar actually does differently than crypto currencies so let's talk about that yeah well that's what i was starting to talk about he'd asked me to introduce so stellar stellar ecosystem is better looked at as a market than a coin and the stellar loom and operates aids as a utility token within that ecosystem but the things that they really are stressing are stable coins joins okay so basically you can build very easily a stellar token just like you do with bitcoin cash or ethereal there's like twenty five thousand of these things already yeah and so and each of them is backed each of them has to two attributes basically it's got a denomination or a unit and it's got an issuer hewer okay so one ounce of silver i so you would have won if the church of the invisible hand had had at a pile of silver sitting in the house than we could issue a token that has an issuer church of the invisible label hand and the denomination of silver of one ounce of silver and basically i could then spend those to anybody who trusted the church of the invisible hand is a as a institution and what they're trusting me for is that if they give me this token back doc i'll give them a physical ounce of silver okay or a dollar or to save is true same is true for dalian uh-huh for gold for yen so then if i'm sending money to my friend in japan all i do is i say yeah i want to send this many dollars to them or i want to send this many ounces of silver more likely for me and but i want him him to get it in the end okay and what it'll do is you can put out on the network announcements that you want to buy a particular particular thing at a particular price so basically when i send this order out to say roger in in japan and i guess i pay him bitcoin cash but do it with other cryptos to there's nothing you can do with other cryptos you can do it with bitcoin it's probably cheaper to the cell but in this case you're sending a bitcoin token over the stellar blockchain the person on the other end receives this token that's worth a bitcoin or a fraction with bitcoin or whatever and rene turn that in somewhere else to whoever the issue of the tokyo they can re- well they can return to the issuer or they can just hold it and spend or send it along to somebody i'll send it along onto to somebody else and so more of a conduit how's it acts as a conduit allows it allows commerce instincts exchanges right between currencies globally without having to go through the old banking system and it's and now this is built into this to the key base wallet so at this last night i sent nobody one US dollar of what's called an anchor USD because there's a bunch of the US there's more than one USD token on here so you've got two dollars worth of want to you've got one dollars in this USD token that exists on the stellar blockchain's fascinating fees were paid in lumens correctional colours very small fee was basically about two cents worth of luminous in the transaction i suspect that fee would be about the same no matter how many dollars i sent i wouldn't try more than one so it's a trading platform at formidable futures platform if you think silvers going to surge trade your gold tokens for silver tokens this is free talk live aw bitcoin dot com has launched a trading platform at local bitcoin dot com allowing you to buy or sell bitcoin cash via dozens of payment methods like pay pal then komo bank deposit remittances or meeting in person with cash there are no idea requirements to sign up for and use the site and all communications between buyers and sellers are encrypted finally 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certain of the people that you're dealing with because they can verify in various different ways who they are and now they're teaming up with the folks over at stellar to give away two a billion of their stellar looming tokens which amounts right now to about one hundred twenty four million dollars worth of crypto not all being done at once they did one giveaway giveaway this week to basically everybody who already had a key bass pro or key account nan anybody else who who opt into the giveaway at this point we'll get the giveaways every month until they decide to stop i guess so for some several amounts of months they're going to be doing this to to incentivize people to you know get one of these accounts and i thought it was pretty cool benjamin pierce over at forbes dot com has a little piece about it if you want to i can share that yeah that sounds like a good put so he says well ripple one of the most sizable blockchain and crypto currency companies has been selling off its x. r. p. the asset holdings valued in the hundreds of millions of dollars it's co-founder is blazing a different trail at his present operation after leaving ripple several years ago and you mentioned this in history when we discussed it earlier so the co founder of ripple jed michaela went on to co found stellar in two thousand fourteen which which has a similar crypto asset named XL m that's the lumine as chatter circulates regarding the status of crypto assets such as stellar acceleration ripples x. sarpi as potentially unregulated securities stellar has decided to give away roughly a hundred twenty four million dollars worth of XL seemingly contrasting ripples bulls selloff today stellar announced a massive giveaway was a few days ago in cooperation with key base group messaging community and file transfer hub stellar development foundation CEO donell dixon said in an interview quote in partnership with key base today stellar unveiled its largest airdrop to date she said further she said quote key base as a result of that will be giving away up to two billion stellar lumens or accelerate in the next twenty months so almost two years this is going to be going on she says further it's pretty exciting because it's too all of their key base users now there are certain things that you have to do in order to sort of vow verify your accounts you know there's a couple of things that you have to hoops that you have to jump through if you want to get in on this and that's because they don't want robots and scripts to start making king fake accounts and just as much of this airdrop as possible today stellar announced the massive giveaway an airdrop is essentially just a way to disperse ursa crypto asset sometimes for free various participants in fact when stellar first came out they got my attention i forget i think it was i forget who brought to my attention but actually i think it was michael y'all is one of our one of our listeners where anyone who had bitcoin was given a certain amount of stellar if all they had to prove who've they were the owners of the bitcoin you do this through the bitcoin full note while it were you sign statements you'd like you're you're signing key or whatever to use your key privacy makita send pre approved and so they they actually sort of did an initial very very large airdrop of of stellar so this isn't this isn't something new for stellar going on in its if done in tandem with certain regulatory and compliance measures while utilizing proper licensing airdrop may ease US securities ladies and exchange commission concerns according to details from a coin desk story of course the situation may however still depend on proper registration of assets as securities these if necessary as well as certain disclosures as noted in some case blah blah i'm sorry every every cryptocurrency out there the government takes takes the immediate there are media position is this is a security therefore the SEC must regulate it it's boohoo it it's it puts the responsibility aunts ability on anybody who has issues any kind of cryptocurrency two then prove that no it's not a security which is ridiculous it's valued at over just six cents per stellar looming at the time of the writing let me point out the other reason is more important ridiculous which is the the the constitution grants the federal government absolutely no authority to regulate securities in any way it's just not got their details i'll look that up i think it was i think i saw today i was reading the constitution trying to find out about government regulating vaping i think it said for cryptocurrency security tokens see article thirty nine so according according to the peace here at forbes they again interviewing the ceo there dixon referred to the stellar foundations values as far as the reasons of the giveaway she said quote i think that has to do with who we are as a foundation SDS which is the stellar development foundation was founded in two thousand fourteen as a nonprofit non in stock entity she explained she said further our focus is global financial inclusion using blockchain and other technologies focusing on the un banked and so from our standpoint what this kind of thing does as an airdrop is it actually brings more attention to the ability for technologies like this to be able to affect you wait nicely cleanly only inefficiently cross-border transactions to help the unbagged and others out there in the world now i have to say i like this vision and it's the beauty it's see that's that's what got me so excited about right so and it's one of the things that originally was exciting to me about bitcoin it coin back in the day was that this was a thing that could put access to money and financial services into the hands of you know hundreds of millions of billions of people living in areas of the world you know the darkest depths of africa for instance where banking services his aren't really a thing and if they are you can't get them unless you are one of the wealthier members of that society right so these people are completely excluded from things things that many of us take for granted of course there's many unbagged in the united states as well i think it's like seven percent or more of the population is on banked so they don't have access to checks they i don't have access to credit cards they don't have access to any of the things that many of us use on a regular base and more importantly they don't have access to markets where they can sell their products i mean that's the big thing you've got to have a way to transact across borders in a global economy but one of the things about the original bitcoin which is no longer true all about it is that in the old days of bitcoin BTC you could send a bitcoin transaction for a fraction of a penny or a penny or not much and and that meant that somebody in africa who's maybe earning a dollar of week or something like that would be able to get into the world of crypto currency and it wouldn't be a big burden when the cost of sent a bitcoin transaction is twenty cents or two dollars or whatever because now it's ridiculously third that that's gonna shut it out of the third world cuts out billions of potential users and it was that was one of the reasons why i was so sad to see what happened to bitcoin fees so now you've got stellar he say it to me is a joke it's never going to be what it was existed from it they couldn't fix it but i don't want any part of it because they're not interested interested in serving the world service sell not everything is placed on this earth to serve the world but it works originally i wasn't original view but it's a service business that trades in its own stock is what it is and it doesn't want more customers it doesn't want more capacity it's basically basically one of their customers and it's not gold because he can't melt it down and make a belt buckle so now we have alternatives to it and stellar is is 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RN dot FM that's that's dot FM sell for one one is a free app for android in iowa west replaces government control nine one cell phone one allows you to preset a group of friends friends are private organizations to show up any emergency excel for one one is a nightmare for the state because it proves their so called services are needed sell four one one thousands of installs and of course it's covered by pitcock no government license sell four one one because your friends won't shoot you when you're in trouble without the government who would build the emergency services you and sell for one one get it today and get itself four one one dot com this is the most recent episode of free talk live presented by seiko cei- get interactive at freetalklive talk live dot com this is free talk live eight fifty five four fifty free that's our phone number and if you hurry and call you you can get on the air we still have some phone lines available eight fifty five four fifty free that's eight five five four five zero three seven three three we've been talking talking about stellar lumens stellar which is a crypto currency the actual token is called a looming and if you are a a key base member of you've downloaded key base dot io's app you could get some and they've got some rules rule so if you run out there and load the account right now you might not get it today but maybe you'll be in for a next month next more doing juna once a month for at least the next apparently twenty months is the plan and stellar is a pretty cool way it sounds like to me and i haven't done much research is nobody nobody has but it sounds like it's going to it has the opera as much research as i have it has the ability to facilitate transactions globally not unlike a lot of other cryptocurrency but it's doing it in a different way it has a common utility token in the in the lumine itself so that you can really transfer anything over its gold silver dollars and you name it whatever asset we're talking about here right now according to key base dot IO slash airdrop which is where you can go to learn more about this apparently almost sixty thousand people have now registered for the next airdrops there's a sixty thousand people are saying i want some free stellar they've gone in they've opted into this and right now that means that about sixteen hundred seventy two lumens humans will go to each one of those presuming no one else signs up between now and the next airdrop and certainly more people will and right now that's worth about one hundred bucks if if it were to stay static static now when i first looked at this number a few days ago it was two thousand signed up so it's now sixty thousand so and this is what they want people are going to get into this they're going to sign up for it and over for at forbes they've got a little piece where they interviewed the one of the i guess the CEO i think it was yeah CEO of the stellar development foundation donell dixon who says that their goal is or their focus is global financial inclusion using blockchain and other technologies focusing on the un banked they want to make it so that anybody anywhere as long as they have the internet access which is becoming much more prevalent even you know underdeveloped areas that they will be able to send not just their own currency of US dollar or whatever it is not just crypto but you know all these different tokens i can decide side i want nobody here in the studio to receive dollars or i want you to receive rupees or i want you to receive yen or gold or silver and i can concern that using the stellar tokens over the stellar blockchain and it's pretty slick and the key base app now has this built into it as a feature of the app which i think is one of the neatest features of the app now has stellar giveaway according to forbes appear slightly different than the situation at ripple apple which is they're kind of their main competition ripple has a similar concept of these inter changing currencies over a blockchain but they focus only on banks using this ripple is is a corporation that is for a for profit company stellar is a nonprofit dot com you know organization ripple wants to help the banks and i think that's great i mean the banks need help so good for ripple bailed out plenty yeah but that's a totally different vision for what they're doing apparently ripple has actually sold off as much as eight hundred and ninety million dollars worth of their own token token x. RPG the ripple their second quarter reports revealed the company sold almost one hundred seventy million dollars worth of it in quarter one of this year and another two hundred hundred fifty one million dollars worth in quarter two what does that tell you why are they selling off their own currency like that ripple well they want it to be used but they want money right it's sort of like doing a just selling stocks but they claim that they're not oughta security tokens so they shouldn't be regulated like you know regular securities which i find sort of talking out of both sides of your mouth yeah i mean i would just say regular security it shouldn't be shouldn't be regulated either and rifles so they won't be perfectly trust-worthy if they're not regulated while they're not perfectly perfect trustworthy now look into what you're doing nobody find trustworthy thing now are you insinuating the fine company any like enron wasn't trustworthy i mean they weren't insulated SEC approved us security i mean that's that's pretty clear it shows you what that's worth over the past two years or so the SEC the securities exchange commission has been peering into the formerly largely unregulated crypto and blockchain space space much uncertainty still exists in terms of which crypto assets might officially be deemed securities by the governing body and as of now bitcoin seems to be off off the hook labeled as a commodity although the waters may still be murky for other assets such as XL x. RPI or looms and ripple playing the role of a skeptic one might question whether or not this giveaway by stellar could avoid or help them avoid the SEC concerns that the lumine might be a security the CEO responded responded saying quote we don't even have a we don't even have that as a thought process for us we've been giving away lumens ever since our inception in two thousand fourteen and so from our standpoint the giving away of the accelerate the lumine is our mandate and it's one of the things that was originally set up with respect to the mission and how the organization was going to make its mark on the world we maintain and support the development of the code base for the stellar network and in order to bring attention and focus and education to the stellar network work and blockchain technology this is a great way to be able to do that our focus is on that part versus anything else that might have been we're not doing anything thing for any regulatory piece yeah and you know whether things are a utility or a commodity or security there's there's this thing called the howie test this came from a lawsuit that the supreme court heard your howley it was basically four four questions that you would ask and say that you know this may be a security and the these are the four howie questions to determine if something is is a question i they wanted description of the company's properties and business purpose second a description of the securities being offered what are you offering offering to people information about the company's management financial that's not the test ads dotted here it is is it and investment of money doesn't has a require an investment of money no they're giving away right to there is an expectation does if it doesn't have to pass all four has to pass all four doesn't pass it right to there is an expectation of profits from the no because they're giving it away it's expected actually go down in value number three mun is not going to moon that's not what it's for hour number three the investment of money is in a central is in a common enterprise somebody's controlling in other words and that's the answer there's no and quote or number four would be any profit coming from the efforts of a promoter or third party would not i'm not even sure how that would apply yeah i know would promotion 'cause that potentially come up any promo any profit comes from the efforts of a promoter or third party so oh that's the guy we test the in terms of XM is a potential security dixon said stellar will quote work with regulatory bodies on the topic of excellent but also added they they aren't quite worried she says further will work with regulators to the extent we need to all these issues i'm not concerned about the way that about the way that we manage we don't actually focus on lumens for any other purpose than other than to affect the network and to bring good to the networking good to the world she also added stellar has conducted outreach to regulatory players for discussion about the technology so there there's like yeah we're not worried we know about this test and we're not we're not going to be considered security key base so again this tissa partnership right so you've got stellar which is the crypto aspect and then he base which is the program that is in implementing it i should point out the open source progress yes right and and you're actually doing a little bit of research during one of the breaks and you determine that somebody could operate a competing key based server or whatever because it it is open source key base goes out of business this could continue they consider key basic protocol as opposed to entrusting or anything so interesting have i've seen nurse akiba CRO probably a distributed key base needs to be developed because that is it's one weakness but it could be it could be worked around the key basis free grew messaging community and file transfer hub touting encryption for its use for user protection their founders also built to other successful endeavors spark notes and okay cupid which is the most popular dating sites out there they partnered up back in twenty eighteen set a spokesperson and then this year key base detailed it's platforms integration with lumens in a blog log posts essentially using crypto currencies appear complicated sending assets to address is composed of long strings of letters and numbers well this gets rid of that you don't need to know somebody's lengthy address we just need to know their username right and you can send them whatever asset you want to it's it's brilliant i'm a huge fan of what they're doing here based i o slash air airdrop go there and check that out absolutely that's all the time we have for tonight but don't worry tomorrow night we'll be back new host new topics and new phone calls from people like you this is free talk live does your dog it's scratched stink or shed light crazy come to diet for help order a ninety day 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of tearing how she's learning to allow the loving care of god worked in her alive would you give her a warm welcome hi my name is terry and i'd like to share with you how god has been helping me learn to walk the path of peace when i faced problems that don't seem to make sense is in difficulties that i can't change i grew up in a good moral home in pretty much had a wonderful time growing up i had a blast in school as gymnast and a song on leader at times i felt like i had it all at the end of my senior year i became a christian married brad a football star who was headed to USC on a football scholarship life was good after we got married brad wanted kids and i didn't but for years later we discovered that i was pregnant and and i was so excited just being pregnant made my desire not to have children change carol was born two months premature she was so beautiful but when and she was ten days old she went into congestive heart failure she was taken by ambulance to children's hospital in san diego where did emergency heart surgery this was the beginning one of a series of uncontrollable problems after two more weeks in the neonatal intensive care unit they began testing for other things the night before we took her home the neonatologist tallest told me that cares heart defects were so severe that she wouldn't live long that she would eventually be deaf and blind and that a brain scan showed showed that atrophy would make her being a vegetative state summarizing all this bad news he said quietly i highly suggest you institutionalize her that was the end of my easy life all peace of mind was completely wiped out getting all that information one sitting was overwhelming i felt it couldn't be true or that maybe god was doing a miracle here i had been at the ronald mcdonald house during her stay when brad had to go back home and go to work so as all by myself when yeah i got that news praying and crying i thought if i had enough people praying for caring she'd be healed so i call my friends all through the night asking for prayer i was filled with fear and friends thought i was crazy waking them up poor brad must've been thinking oh great i get to pick my baby tomorrow morning and on the way home i'll have to drop my wife life off the nearest institution the next morning care wasn't healed we brought home a very sick baby on heart monitors in the months ahead it was this one difficult day after another the burden was overwhelming finally i hit my breaking point i was so tired i just wanted out of the situation i thought out of heaven was such a great place why can't i be there now it took three days for me to make my master plan to take my life i didn't tell anyone for fear that they might start to try to talk me out of it i figured the easiest way to start the car in a closed garage and just fall asleep then i thought who would take care of keira era so i decided the best thing would be if we both died then i thought further out brad it would be awful for him to find his dead but there was is no way that he would come willingly so i figured i'd have to knock him out and dragged him down with me that was going to be a real problem because brad was six foot two football player player and i'm four eleven will the final glitch was that i didn't have a garage with bread red when i told her out of my depth of despair and my crazy plants he insisted that i see christian counselor the counselor gently helped me realize that i had been relying on my own strength to make it through those dark months and that's why i was so depressed instead of trusting god and his loving care i had been fighting god it took months but as i began to accept what could not be changed and as i leaned on jesus for strength slowly the peace of god came back into my life it's time i'm passed all the doctors reassured us that none of cares problems were genetic and they even encouraged to have sibling for her so with great hope we plan to have another child when our second daughter taylor was born we were ecstatic she was chubby and cute but within a couple of days we learned that taylor had major medical problems comes to my heart sank half of her small intestines had died utero and she needed to emergency surgeries and just one week she had a colostomy to me and asked me at JJ nas demi seek austin gastronomy after another two weeks pass we were told that they would be taking taylor off the life support report letting her die in my arms she was dying of infection as a result of the bowel surgeries i was numb we stood over taylor's crib in the NICU a unit with brad's wonderful parents and the surgeon and some nurses in a chaplain and we prayed and i felt nothing knowing sidey eddie no thoughts of healing just nothing i felt empty inside but at the end of our prayer i asked that they would leave my baby on life support for just a while longer somehow how i hope that she might be alright well it took five surgeries and six months before taylor would come home but she did come home with an IV line a stomach tube you adding all the stress for the financial pressures the hospital bills for our two girls ran into the millions and insurance did not pay for everything so we were financially devastated well taylor was in the hospital we only had one car and brad needed it to go back to work i needed a ride to go to the hospital every day day our friends were unbelievable every day someone would call and offer their car for a day a few days or a week then one sunday we are friends met us for branch and afterwards one of the guys handed bradtha set of keys emotion to beautiful great car with a huge pink bow on the top they handed us the card that read through your friends love jesus twenty six people had contributed to give us that car god used our friends to show his love for us in he gave us encouragement and still does to keep going by this time brad night given up on the having babies concept we were doing everything everything to prevent it but things happen it was only five days after our third daughter page was born that we were having to rush her to the hospital for testing testing somehow i got there my car just knew the way handed her to the technician and did the paperwork with my eyes closed after the testing i walked slowly down the hall of the hospital with page in my arms then i heard my name called i turn around to see the radiologist and he said my name is dr so wants so and i know your other two children and i just want you to know that this one is fine with an angel that man was he must have known if my struggle with suicide died and thought i'd drop her off the near speech on the way home at christmas time that year we there were many gifts left on our doorstep most given anonymously one package was for me it was a tiny jewelry box and inside were beautiful sapphire earrings attached was note that read a mother of a handicapped child were are these hearings since she wants you to have them at the bottom of the note was the bible bible verse jeremiah twenty nine eleven for i know the plans i have for you declares the lord plans to prosper you not to harm you to give you a future anna hope i thought to myself i don't have a hope instead i had three little ones in diapers two guests drastically tubes in one with severe mental and physical disabilities so i put the earrings back into the box because for me to accept those earrings things it meant that i would have to accept the truth that bible promise looking back now i've learned from experience that whoever gave me those earrings was right god does hapgood plans for us even when it seems the exact opposite i've learned the path personal pace as possible when we accept what comes our way and trust rest in god's love and care for us well today pages eight years old and has never had anything more serious than colic helps the worst colleague taylor is right carrying ten year old who shows almost no effects from her ordeal the doctors still say you realize that she's a miracle are keira still needs special attention she uses a wheelchair and she's nonverbal she isn't daf and she isn't blind and she's far from being in a vegetative state you in fact she's the most patient and kind little teenager and she's almost fifteen years old and going through a big change in life why did god allow care and taylor to suffer so much i don't know i wonder now if i even want or even care about getting an explanation for why things happen that's not as important to me as it once seemed named what is more important is accepting what cannot be changed entrusting that god loves us and allowing god to handle the things that i can't control that is where the peace that comes from not from explanations life can still be very difficult for our family but for me pieces come from finally accepting versus like romans eight twenty eight and that they do apply to even me it states that all things work together for the good for those that love god and called according to his purpose purpose this morning wearing those earrings and i've had the opportunity to discover that god does have a plan in a future and a hope for even me has passed as pastor rip coffin says god never wastes a hurt so during the past six years i've tried to use my experiences to help others by being being a part of starting saddlebags children's disabilities ministry if you're facing the unique challenges involving a child with disabilities as a parent errant or you're in despair about an ongoing problem that seems to have no solution there are others here to help you you're not alone i have good news for you no matter where you are going what are you going through you can experience god's peace god's hope in god's love if you only turn it all over to jesus christ thank you the the most people respond to the uncontrollable unexplainable unchangeable situations of life life with one of two responses and both of them are fatal mistakes some of you when you face an uncontrollable situation you just i try harder you become more controlling and the more your life gets out of control the more controlling and compulsive also you become i'm gonna make this thing work and you make everybody around you miserable the more controlling you become aw and the more compulsive you become the more unhappy you become and you try that others of you you're at the exact doc opposite extreme and that is you just wanna give up i'm not gonna try anymore you give in to despair you basically say i'm a victim and i will be victims the rest of my life and you swallow and wallow in a giant pity party and you give in to spare both as those responses are foolish mistakes that don't work they don't work instead you need to take the third step in the the path to peace the third important decision and that is the decision to surrender surrender to god's loving control oh surrender to god's loving control the real reason you were in turmoil you have so much anxiety you have have so much tension in your mind is because you're fighting a war with god in your mind you think you know better now every day you wake up you have a decision to make who's going to be in charge of my life me or god who's going to be in control of my life life am i going to be in control or is gonna be in control and because you think you know better there versus in the bible oh you just want to ignore well those one apply to me you make up your own rules you wanna play your own game you think your god you think you know better and the more you take control yourself the more miserable you become and the more out of control your life becomes because it doesn't work and you are at war with the real odd when you try to play god in the bible is very clear about about the results of these decisions in romans eight six it says this if a person's thinking is controlled by his sinful self then there's death but if his thinking is controlled by the spirit then there is life and peace those are your alternatives death or life in peace who's going to be in charge now i don't know why you haven't thought this through but it's obvious that in a war with god you're gonna lose news there's no way you're gonna win that war when you're arguing with god as old saying says your arms are too short to box works with god i remember when i was a kid mohammed ali was world champion and he would go around saying i am the greatest i i am the greatest and i'll never forget that tragic seen a few years back at the olympics when ali was chosen to light the torch you remember that and he climbed up the stairs and with a palsied parkinson's shake his hand he could barely light barely light aw that torch from the shaking and his body later in an interview set ali said god gave me that so i could remember that i'm not the greatest but he is pretty good a pretty good advice pretty good attitude sometimes god places a limitation in our life in order to force us to our knees to force us to depend on him to prove that he is trustworthy and sometimes god just flat out has to incapacitate us to show who's in in control you fight with god you'll lose you're gonna lose and he loves you too much to let you win now if if you want to have deep personal satisfying peace of mind and heart and soul you've got to surrender control all of your life totally to god how do you know if you've done that well the evidence is this the evidence of surrendered life is always obedience when god says i do it i don't care if i don't understand i do i don't care if anybody else is doing i do it i don't care if it's popular i do it i don't care if it's harder easy i do it if god says to do it in his word whether it makes sense to me from a human point one or not i do it because i am surrendered to his control and when i listened to his word and follow his direction what is the result alta that it is always the same piece of the next verse those who love your teachings we'll find true peace and nothing will defeat them now today you may be in an uncontrollable circumstance you may be married to an unchangeable unchangeable person you may be experiencing an un explainable problem but as terry said ed the good news is you can have peace you can have the peace of god in your life but first you gotta make peace with god you can't have the peace of god until i you make peace with god how do you you do that by surrendering your entire life in faith to jesus christ look the next bible verse since we have been made right in god's sight right by faith we have peace with god because of what jesus christ our lord has done for us now let me ask you a very frank question aren't you tired of being at war with god don't you realize allies that is the single greatest source of stress in your life when you get up and say i'm going to be god today not god what is the result of being in control of my own own life worry guilt bitterness resentment anxiety fear fatigue fatigue depression despair and many of you are familiar with those emotions what are the result assaults of having jesus christ number one in my life and being fully surrendered to whatever he wants peace power strength drink wisdom purpose meaning eternal life significance joy then why don't we surrender to god every area of our lives i'll tell you why because you're holding on to resentment sentiment with god you say me i'm resentful of god yes you are let me say it in another way what is it that you're still angry with god about that marriage the didn't work out that marriage that never happened opened that handicap in your life or that of a loved one that birth defect that big disappointment that you hope would happen and it didn't those plans that you planned that didn't go the way you plan them you're that loved one who died before you thought it was their time because you know better than god what are you still resentful with god about do you realize that when you hold onto your anger and you're saying i know better than god you are cutting off the very source of hope healing and help that you need in your own life and you need to let it go so you need to realize that you're at war with god over that issue and that has kept you from having the peace of god in your heart saying as clear as i know how to say it there is not a single bad thing that has has ever happened in your life that god could not have prevented nothing has happened to you all the bed nothing us happened that god could not have prevented if he'd wanted to you said well then why didn't he i don't know i don't know i don't know all the details i do no no this i do know that we live in a fallen world where you're free to make bad choices and so are others than adult people get hurt i do i know that god has a greater purpose for your life and the problems you're going through i do know that god is more interested in your character than in your comfort aw and he wants to build you up and i do know that if everything went great in your life you would be a spoiled brat if you've got everything you wanted and and i do know that god knows just as much how much you can handle in your life and i do know that this is not odd heaven that this earth that heaven is where we get the ultimate comfort and i do know that if you think you're do a problem free life on this earth you're kidding yourself and it isn't going to happen and i do know that god has a plan for your life and that plan involves pain because he wants you to grow and i do know that he is already determined the rewards you receive in heaven based on how you respond on this earth and i do know that he loves you deeply and i do know that he wants you to trust him and i do know that there is only one way to peace through acceptance trust and surrender let's it's power hits would you pray this prayer in your heart tiered father you know how i have resented the problems in my life and and you know how i have resisted the things that have caused me pain that i can't change and you know that i've asked you many many times for an explanation but it's never come today i want to stop fighting you over things i i don't understand forgive me i want to begin the path of personal piece so why ask you for help helped me to change the things that i can but helped me to accept the things that cannot cannot be changed help me jesus to trust in your loving care when things don't make sense that you were a good god and that you have my best interests at heart today i want to stop the war and i make an unconditional surrender of all my life to your loving care and control please give me your strength and wisdom and peace and purpose i wanna make peace with god awed by faith so that i can have the peace of god through jesus christ if you just prayed accept jesus christ into your heart congratulations you're now my brother or sister and the lord and you need to tell somebody and why don't you tell me right to me rick at pastor rick 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supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram's sixty six sixty six forty your future lies in sixty six forty forty sixty six books by forty authors and yet we now discover gets an integrated mesh system from outside our time domain and welcome to sixty six forty the ministry outreach of coin aena house and coin and the institute today's bible teachers dr chuck mesler connecting the bible to your life and the world around you in today's study dr meltzer continues his teaching on the gospel of john chapter twelve any time that you and i as gentiles say may miss something the pharisees come to our rescue any time they get upset that's a clue that's the way we got something underlying that we better understand because they're responding to something that we gentiles it might not be saying some of the pharisees from among the mode multi senator master rebuilt rebuke your disciples as gentle as saying by watching you say what's wrong with author singing their senior psalm out of this book no the pharisees realized that singing that song under these conditions is declaring him as the messiah and they assume that they shouldn't be blasphemy living now there's a lot in this that means that declaring him as a messiah is declaring his god or wouldn't be blasphemy if you're just some anointed profit that wouldn't be a big deal but the messiah something else and the pharisees figure g g jesus you don't watch your disciples blaspheming this we need we aren't going to rebuke them what he's saying you get the picture and i want you to notice that tact and finesse award in his response here he answered instead of them i tell you that if they should hold her piece the stones would immediately out now if you have a mischievous twisted mind his i have you sorta wish they would have shut up for a minute to see was that just a figure of speech what really happened and so usually usually when we're in israel we end up going up to now because it's a great overnight for taking pictures of of the city of jerusalem from that from that side from the eastern side and then what we typically do from there we walked down that very road down to a semi because at the base of down unallocated ali key values that disseminate so other taking pictures very usual and then we go down there and having a little time in cassini usually teach what i'm showing here while well we're up there on mount of olives but also point out to our gang that here's your chance to get the best bargain and israel because what you got all these guys guys all these vendors always trying to sell your post whatever bothering us you go so the best bargain and israel as we walked down to the semi any stone somewhere and put it in your pocket cost you anything and when you get back to the united states or wherever you come back home you go to a trophy shop and have them out that rock on a piece of mahogany with a little plaque and so forth and you put it in your living room on the coffee table or desk at work and so forth uh-huh and when somebody says what on earth that you say that's one of the stones that didn't cry out and you have a chance they brought it up right so you i can tell you all about the triumphal entry jesus zion annual nine and all this stuff so for what it's worth so that's that's the best bargain in israel moving by now as jesus comes near to the city what does he do is get the picture that coming bethany he's writing that donkey up over the hill he's coming down through the valley to jerusalem and as he comes over the top of the hill city spreads outperforming what does he do they're all cheering got their palm branches and they're throwing down their coats and he's a big big to do what is he weeps he wept over it just like jeremiah did in his day and and what is jesus described going on here he's writing this donkey it's the big triumph ruled as a triumphal entry there declaring him as king he knows that four days days from now they're going to be saying crucify but they don't know that yet so if thou headstone even though at least in this slide day the things which belong unto thy peace but now they are hit from nine is quite averse this is a special day they were he's holding them accountable to recognize and it didn't but now they are hit he also declares blindness on the part of the nation not forever paul tells us how long in romans eleven twenty five there hit until the fullness of the gentiles house become in at least in this day that's the part i want to focus on here but that's because of that they're now he declares a blindness on the part of the nation and paul explains that doing romans eleven so when jesus earlier had had met with four disciples came to him privately for an inside briefing on a second coming recorded in most detail in matthew chapter twenty four and and when he responded questions he points them to a passage in daniel that will unlock all of your scatology little forward a quick look at it and it's the most important passage for you to really master in your old testament studies if the last four verses of the ninth chapter of daniel it's commonly called the seventy weeks of daniel because it deals with seventy weeks of years and so we're not going to get it all all that here relaxed but but the first of those four verses verse twenty four of chapter nine gabriel meets daniel interrupt say prayer that he's into it's known as the the prayer of your testament and says the daniel seventy seven's are determined upon your people and upon the holy city notice on its on israel not out the church on people upon the holy city to do six things to finish the transgression to make an end of sins to make reconciliation allegation for iniquity to bring an everlasting righteousness to seal up the vision in the prophecy and to anoint the most holy place now the question you need to ask yourself self has that happened yet and the answer is obviously not some of them you can argue in partially fulfilled at least but clearly there's not an innocence in clearly there's a lot of here there's there's an everlasting righteousness broad it's clear this is in some sense consummate at the end this embraces the whole program of god if you will sense it's okay gable goes on to tell daniel and burst twenty-five of daniel nine i'm going to assert is the most fantastic antastic bursts in the entire bible and david says the daniel no therefore and understand this isn't cryptic this isn't something hid had no he's the know and understand that from the going forth of the commandment to restore jerusalem onto the machine snuggie the messiah the king or the prince shelby seven weeks and three score in two weeks at seven plus sixty to sixty nine weeks of the seventy weeks sixty nine are here dealt with and then he goes on to say the street shelby built again and the wall even in troubled times and every time there's a detail in the scriptures there for a purpose and the reason that lasts versus there so you won't confuse fused this with the temple there are several commands in the past to rebuild the temple there's a specific command in nehemiah maya to which was the authority to rebuild the city and that's what's in view here and so this is given a daniel when they're enslaves in slavery in babylon and daniel knew he was seventy years captive was almost over so he goes to prayer and that prayer is interrupted by gabriel giving him his insight here now it's a mathematical prophecy no that prompted going for that commandment unto the messiah the prince it will be a a specific period of time let's take a look at this here the trigger here's the commandment to store jerusalem the target target is the messiah the king itself those two are separated by seven weeks of years and we're indebted to sir robert anderson who was knighted formerly formerly head of scotland yard who unraveled this by noticing that that god uses three hundred and sixty years he does that in genesis and he goes that revelation now you get problems trying to reconcile it to the studio counter which we deal with so you have three hundred sixty four whatever but the point is the fundamental aw idiom is three hundred sixty year if you take sixty nine of those and three of those weeks of those you end up with one hundred seventy the three thousand eight hundred and eighty days say okay that's interesting so what well the thing is when does it start we know this was the decree of arctic circle launch which which was given on march fourteenth at four forty five and recorded in nehemiah two and you can unravel all that if you like the question really is what's the target wended ended the desire when did he come he presented himself on what we call the triumphal entry and that was on april sixth of thirty two blow develop that in detail if you wanna get into it later but the point is if you this prophecy in daniel was part of the old testament estimate which means it was translated into greek three centuries before the ministry in a thing called the version of the testament collie philidelphia's in two eighty BC was funded seventy jewish scholars the best they could find in alexandria which was the big library in those in that era to translate the jewish scriptures into greek because most jews didn't speak hebrew spoke greek is that was the commercial language they wanted their in in their daily language so so they funded that to happen that's called the two jin version of the translation of the old testament into greek we have at our own this is in there and that was translated into greek take three centuries before this going on it's in black and white bear in any secular encyclopedia verify that for you but i want to understand stand what is involved here from four forty five thirty two ideas one hundred seventy two thousand seven hundred forty days if you take the march fourteenth april sixty another twenty four days if you go through the rigors of figuring out the lear problems there's one hundred sixty days it come out when you add that all up gabriel's margin for error zero so gabriel told daniel the exact day that jesus would present himself as king now just as an apologetic jedi just as something to put logic underneath our faith wow that's staggering implication i had robert angie book gone out of print that had a friend when i was a kid gave me a copy because it was a rare book in those days it since it's become you get any good books are when we got our own little so we'll have those available for those that want to get into it but the thing that i didn't really realize even back then is not only did gabriel pin today down jesus is holding them accountable for and that's that's a surprise forty one in lucas when he was come near he beheld the sitting he wept over saying if thou it's known even though at least in this day the things which blinded AP's but now they are hit from nine is wow this day he held accountable for this day but now they're hidden okay but not forever paul in romans eleven twenty five tells us then it'll be blinded in part until the fullness of the gentiles become in and and one of your most astonishing signs of the times is that you know a couple of decades ago if you had a friend that was jewish going to emigrating israel israel that was a christian you warned him is friends with him that he lists you can go there's a gentile juno problem if you go there's a believing jew you've got problems they'll target stay underground not anymore one of the most amazing things we've noticed just in the last few years is there now over three hundred fifty messianic fellowships operating openly in israel the blindness is beginning to lift him boy that is that a sign that we're moving into the end is okay moving on here jesus continues for the day she'll come up on the enemy show cast trench about the encompass the round and keep the in on every every side and they show even with the ground and the children within the and they shall not leaving the one stone upon another and luke one thousand nine hundred forty three and forty four jesus predicting the fall of jerusalem thirty eight years from his saying that the roman legions bring it down and the thirty eight years later eighty seventy paddison beijing had the fifth tenth breath twelfth and fifteenth allegiance lay siege to jerusalem hundred and forty three days six hundred thousand jews were killed historians whereas estimate that over a million men women children died from the siege and the famine and disease that followed now the question to ask you this why was jerusalem destroyed in seventy a milestone tunis day in a jewish wedding they take the goblets glasses and they crush them let's say token honor of the fall of jerusalem and its observed to this day in a jewish wedding to commemorate it should be the happiest day of the couple's life on the one hand but they take a moment to acknowledge this tragedy why did was jerus- can would use them for just the city no more temple tara requires that without the shedding of blood there's no remission of sensors no place to what do they do with them as an another store why was UC and here's the answer jesus said they would not leave steve on stolen on another why because the newest not time of visitation the impact of verse forty four in luke nineteen shattering then they were held accountable to know the prophecy of gabriel daniel no it's not at the time of heavy stuff here and so he held accountable and john picking up from i'm john nowadays things understood not as disciples of i met when jesus was glorified it was after he was resurrected men remembered that these things were written of him and that they had had done these things unto him so this is a recollection that john and the rest of the guys put together because they after the benefit of the resurrection he rides the dong-keun zachariah nine he routed asked now but a white horse later revelation nineteen so you wanted to distinguish those to the people therefore that was with him when he called loves was grave and raised him from the dead bear record for this 'cause the people also met him for that they had heard that he'd done this miracle michael no surprise and it's an event that couldn't be denied the pharisees set among themselves perceive he how you've prevail nothing behold the world is going after him really yeah look at the next verse even the gentiles there were certain greeks among them that came to worship at the the feast same came therefore to philip which was galilee and desired him saying sir we would see jesus i have very vivid memories in los angeles there's a giant church downtown that was a very famous pulpit HA ironside and now that has a proud history and i was down there once not to speak just visiting was empty but i couldn't resist because history to climb up into this massive pulpit overlooking this incredible church and as you go up the stairs and you come up into the pulpit the the thing you see the plaque sir we would see jesus vs there so if you're a guest speakers reminded me what they a here about is jesus not whatever and i've never forgotten she sort of a you know a reminder to anybody that visitor sister but anyway that so it's interesting that the gentiles are showing some interest here so go to philip which has a greek name and he sends andrew which has a great name and why does john mentioned the gentiles at this point because they had rejected jesus by now really happens in matthew chapter twelve is another milestone but because the king has now been rejected it's open to the gentiles that's what jonah subtly beginning to indicate here and sir we would see jesus boy philip comes tell andrew because there again he also had a greek name and again andrew and philip jesus and jesus is saying the ours come but the son of man should that'd be glorified and so so it moves on it's whenever by the way it's interesting when you see a study andrew a little bit you never see andrew where he's not introducing somebody somebody christ he's so he's reenlist and so win so there are moving on him you the cross before the gentiles can have access to christ that's what john is really acknowledging here the gentiles recognized him as king at both his birth you may recall those are gentile visitors versions and another story and version met his birth earth and his death and in fact you CBS records interesting thing that the king of ood essence area so the obstinacy of jews rejected jesus he he sent an embassy to jesus to invite him to come to his home promising a royal welcome now did happen to know what's in the letters anyway whatever moving on jesus speaking now do you accept corn wheat fall into the ground and die in a bite alone but if a diet bring a fourth troop he that loveth his life shall lose it heinous his life in this world shall keep it unto life eternal well if any man served me let them follow me and where i am there shall also my servant be if any man served me him will my father under now is my soul troubled doubled and what should i say father saved me from this hour but for this causes came out onto this our father glorify name then came their voice from heaven saying i have both glorified it and we'll do it again wow wow this familiar passages in john maybe so familiar we don't may lose their impact as he's praying there's a voice from heaven that doesn't happen very often it happened

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