17 Burst results for "Dave Mcnally"
"dave mcnally" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"John Anderson last night, nine innings way a great game for him. Does he remind you of anybody in the past? Well, I was going to ask you who he reminded you of Marty? Because I'm I'm at a loss. I was thinking And I hate to say go back that far. But Dave McNally of the old Orioles just one of those pictures, maybe a Jimmy key in a way. You know, he has his spots that he will stick with those spots. That's what came to mind for me last night. Met David down several times during my days in Baltimore, but And I did work my first year broadcasting baseball with Oakland 1970 for they played The Orioles in the postseason, but but McNally hey was a very efficient pitcher. He was back in the days of the four man rotation. He was very durable. And he has a Sort of a place in baseball history because he was one of the guys. Who got traded and He didn't sign a new contract and played out his option and they took it to court and That was kind of lead, ultimately, to free agency for the players, But anyway, great voice, too, By the way. Really? Yeah. I'm ever thinking way should hire him as a broadcaster kept. Santos is Dave say that's right. That's right. Wow. I never heard him speak. Oh, interesting. Hey, John Longoria 300 home runs as a third baseman. Someone sent me an E Mail said. When you look at the players who primarily play third base, not that many of his 300 homeruns. Maybe this a bigger deal than we think. Well, I think when you Grow up with the Giants and you've been around the Giants and your Giants fan, you think Barry Bonds 7 62 Mays 6 60 Cubby 5 21. The Giants have had some of the greatest home run history hitters in the history of the game, so 300 seems like a rather modest achievement by comparison, But I asked, gave capital about it, you know, and I had forgotten. Gabe Kapler late in his career. Played with Tampa Bay and he had a couple of years there. Just when Evan Longoria came up to the big leagues, so he was with him at the beginning, and they were teammates. And he said it was even then apparent that this guy had something special and had a chance to be a great player with the great glove and you know he won gold gloves at third base. And he had power. He was a big R B I man on. He thinks that is very possible that because he takes such good care of himself that he still might play another four or five years, and if he does if he's able to stay healthy That that he thinks that he can End up crafting a Hall of Fame career. So so that'll be interesting. He has nothing but the highest praise for Evan Longoria, and it's been really exciting just to see Longoria. Have that. Sort of confidence. And I think comfort here at home now where he's doing his best hitting at home, which was not the case when he first arrived. And perhaps it wouldn't have been that surprising because he was the man. He was the face of the franchise in Tampa Bay. And then all of a sudden, one day he sent out here where he's a total unknown. Who's this guy? You see any good and so I think that that took him out of his comfort zone. But He's doing really well. And you know, last year, I think, Remember just that week before the All Star break, He started hitting home runs, and I think he might have hit four home runs that last week. Leading into the All Star break. Including the final game against Flaherty of the Cardinals, who ended up having a great season. He hit this booming home run to left field, and it was the on ly.
"dave mcnally" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"World Series history the fifteen grand slams in the same series the Yankees of nineteen fifty six your guitar and stern hit branch level but all the while blue plans of the cardinals come up the tell us about it here is John Gordon all right thanks herb and burn has not pitched well in the series retired the side in order in his first inning in the sixth Hey Susan Stroman this ninety seven which is in the strike it rich nobles in one strike fifty five thousand two hundred and ninety three of the largest crowd ever to see a Major League Baseball game in Minnesota strike fastball on the outside previous largest grad was fifty five thousand two hundred and fifty seven in the second game of the series and a broken the record here this afternoon thank you very much well he's putting like a man possessed her after those two previous performances in the series that were not good they have a cold one is struck out in twenty three events he's over for today would to strike out now here's as you smoke winds ten cardinals five rooms have a series high fourteen hits Manafort low for ball one ball no strikes here is the one delivery on a line drive with a base hit to right field as he spoke with a one out single well the cardinals who at one time one of those games five to two now trail ten to five in a one out single they say now that's the third time they've hit two grand slams or you'll be burned Musharraf hit grand slams in the fifty six years with the Yankees in the Dodgers and then they said the Kenny Breuer here's a Penske timing her junior first rankings doubles in one stride sixty four can border Joe Pepitone hit home runs in the cardinal Yankee series but this is only the second time the two teammates and slams in the same service the amazing statistic to me is that it's the first grand slam home run the one that hit game number one since nineteen seventy when Dave McNally hit one for the Orioles he's the only pitcher to ever hit a grand slam in the World Series one eighteen series you for another grand slam was it one ball one strike the count to Tommy her not him lawyers out to check was one Berenger ten.
"dave mcnally" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The start of the twenty twenty twenty twenty one season could be delayed more later on WFAN AM and WFAN FM New York Ralph keiner back in Baltimore on on afternoon that it just made for baseball in this is baseball's biggest attraction the nineteen sixty nine World Series David this game okay Jim since for the Orioles a matter in the batting order and Jerry Koosman Texas area as given up a base it has walked one first as a right hand batter ladies back as room first Dave McNally the project the one twenty two one of them this year many bats from the right hand side news checks out the size of the short one it is first of all to start the ball game and then and this last fall back in for a called strike is one one for the third ball inside and this one a year ago to catching for the Mets and the two hundred million your installer Jerry Grossman and then brings up British prime running get the the ball game and nothing nothing as much as the right hand and he struck out his first time out on the first page the drinks bars gathered right this moment of gratitude is brought to you by rocket mortgage in the rock family of companies we really want to thank my wife's cousin Marie who works so hard as a nurse saving others those who leave their homes to keep us safe in ours thank you yeah you guys are awesome we're sending all our love gratitude.
"dave mcnally" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Club for the last ten years they are strong yesterday winning that first game borderline and the Mets well they needed resiliency to bounce back and even the series the weather is concerned we have almost a replay of yesterday afternoon the sun is out has been all morning a beautiful day the temperature game time will be nearly eighty degrees slightly warmer than yesterday the president blowing right toward left field on the York maps are down one game to none Baltimore looks wrong the New York metro yesterday started nine right handers against the left hander Mike we are only to fail portal on our starting again today nine right handers against the bottom on a tattered Dave McNally William briefly for the New York Mets leading off and playing center field Tommy H. in the short stop that second Jones and let them batting third and then on the first play is in right field Charles at third base the Catherine batch number seven right at second base and seventeen game winner Jerry Koosman is today is your trusted withholding the Mets even in this era the meeting up the other players in seven Robinson is in right clean up and plays first base what a great day of the yesterday about the third Dave Johnson is at second base here's the one change in the law Andy Barron will catch today against the left hander Kusal mark Belanger at shortstop in the venture twenty game winner Dave McNally well again in the broadcast booth what does happen nationally star and longtime broadcaster for the New York Mets and Ralph I bring it up only because I saw it written in the paper this morning in a locker room interview after yesterday's border one victory by Baltimore over New York Frank Robinson the team leader of the world was heard to say the Mets look like losers that is Dogo there was no fire no spirit he said they look like.
"dave mcnally" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"To bring the the lights down in the curtain down here on April sixth I'll tell you what we're gonna do on April seventh that's that's what I'm focused on right now I hope you are too I hope you'll join me on April seventh Lexi pads among others will be on the show tomorrow and that's the only day other than this one that I'm thinking about right now thank you so much for being with us until April seventh mark where the risk you're very good night for the studios of these forced me to remember shoot your shot all you got this is the flagship of Chinese beyond KNBR affects San Francisco sports leader and then moved into the playoffs but that no decisions can be made until next month at the earliest silver said there is too little information to make projections of any kind the NBA has told teams they may not conduct or attend any workouts with draft eligible players during the league's corona virus scientists it's a major change from the typical procedures teams are being prohibited from watching requesting her sharing any video other draft eligible player a baseball favorite died on Monday al que line passed away he was affectionately known as Mr tiger played twenty two seasons in the major leagues at the age of twenty one in the American League batting championship he was a fifteen time all star ten time gold Glover had three thousand seven hits this was number three thousand that date September twenty fourth nineteen seventy four the opposing pitcher Baltimore's Dave McNally for copyright the whole scene career.
"dave mcnally" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Free free range fees practicing social distancing so we could all love maybe have a quarantine meanwhile were quarantined and of course the whole vocabulary has it has changed I mean we we know from isolation what were self quarantine we know from isolation we all learned isolation from Carmelo Anthony and then the once upon a time that we now it's about the virus and spreading well once upon a time a long time ago spread of men so what you did with cream cheese on a bagel so you know that life is never going to be the same again and we will for sure get through this without a doubt and your and and here's another thing you talk about having too much time on my hands of course Colbert nineteen overnight so I looked up earlier today and again of you know listen I I've hooked up the most famous number nineteen mins and Major League Baseball history and that this is really a list that I came up with Bob Feller Tony Goldwyn robin Yount Fred Lynn Dave Mackin narrowly Bert Campaneris ad number nineteen for the Brooklyn Dodgers Jim Gilliam called me with the one nineteen that you think is the best of this list again Bob Feller and Tony Gwynn robin Diallo Fred Lynn Dave McNally Bert Campaneris and Jim Gilliam so if nobody responds to my fancy question I'll give my answer because I'll have to fill some time if nobody gives me a call and that is at times very very possible all right no from the one eight seven seven three three seven six six six six AD yes we shall be here until J. J. after dark at two are you a fan of the.
"dave mcnally" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds
"All right. So this week's white paper came out as a reprint About six months ago but it's spicy enough that we're going to talk about right now. It's called helping or harming the effect of trigger warnings on individuals with trauma histories and it's written by Pinton Jay Jones. Benjamin W Bella right and Richard Dave McNally this building on what appears to be a really rapidly. Expanding body of research on whether trigger warnings are are effective and effective is a pretty both trigger warning ineffective or being defined in a much more limited wave in the kind of sprawling discourse around trigger warnings and safe spaces and college campuses etc.. Would have you believe the research here is looking at specifically if you before for a potentially disturbing piece of content like a passage of literature in this study in other studies. They've used film clips if you before that provide vita warning either as to the content of it or just say this could provoke anxiety. Does that have an impact either positive or negative on how much anxiety people actually feel and the original study here which did get a certain amount of attention in the popular press showed that not only were trigger warnings not effective in reducing anxiety but they actually increased anxiety among people who were given the trigger warning before seeing before being exposed to the content especially in people who believed that words were inherently. Words had the potential to be greatly harmful to people's well-being that finding has been undermined by subsequent research including this study which among other things tried to replicated. It's found that the kind of broader anxiety effects of trigger warnings among a abroad population are kind of ambiguous to non existent but what this study in particular did was look at people who have who had a self identified history of trauma. Not just people who you know. were either college students or generally who responded to a survey but people who said that they had had something something in their past. That was a using a kind of conventional. DSM definition of what constituted a trauma and what they found is that among this population who who are in theory supposed to be the people who are most directly served by trigger warnings. Because they're the ones were supposed to be more sensitive and whose mental health needs are supposed to be you know put I that those who got trigger warnings before disturbing pieces of content were in fact more anxious in in observing that end and they found that being exposed. You're having a trigger warning before it. A certain piece of content made respondents more likely to view what had happened to them their trauma as an important part of their identity which the authors say as arguably counter therapeutic. Because there's previous evidence that says that if you you do you know if you dwell more on your trauma if you consider it to be more important to who you are as a person you are more likely to exhibit PTSD symptoms. It doesn't doesn't go the other way at a at least according to some research that you know it's not that if you have more severe. PTSD of course you'll see yourself as more you'll see your traumas more important. It's that if view intellectually see. The trauma is more important. You are more likely to be sensitized. And so there is from this study as well as from the broader body of research. Some mm-hmm evidence. That trigger warnings counterproductive. In that way. Certainly this definitely builds upon a body of evidence suggesting the trigger warnings. Don't do what it says they'll do on the tin if you will. They don't reduce the amount of anxiety. That potentially sensitized people feel when they're exposed to something that could be traumatic but there's enough there's enough here that either isn't replicated. It isn't replicating previous studies or is ambiguous in its effects that I think it's not necessarily going to like settle the question once and for all of when and where trigger warnings appropriate. Yeah I feel the sort of larger story that is told old in this paper which is interesting to those. Who've only seen the trigger warning discourse sorta sporadically is that the Hammett of doing trigger warnings? Right it arose in sort of informal Internet discussion board context and migrated from there into the classroom room and you or from like real life organizing spaces to the Internet to the college classroom. It's like it is it's kind of A. It's it's a grassroots intervention that hasn't been empirically tested is the the authors are you know Psychology professors at at prestigious university. And they are clearly annoyed. Annoyed that this has not gone through the Normal steps of a treatment intervention. Which is that you would propose the hypothesis that this would be helpful and then you would attempt to test that hypothesis and if you had evidence for medication ride the FDA wants you to demonstrate demonstrate in double blind trials that the medication is safe and effective? And then you can use it on people. They don't just sort of like take a homebrew remedy that like some people say is good and then start giving it to people and then start doing studies as to whether or not that was a good idea right and you know. This is a a a mental health concept that has spread through informal channels without a lot of study. Anything they are saying in here. Is that the evidence that it's counterproductive is a little ambiguous but the evidence that it's actually helpful is like really lacking right. You can kind of tell a certain amount of frustration and I mean okay maybe not frustration. That may be reading too much into it but you can tell that the the authors of this paper are trying to pin down who exactly trigger warnings or supposed to help right first of all. They're focusing on trauma survivors. Because an argument that could be made about previous studies is that the point isn't whether everybody feels more anxiety. The point is are these particular trauma survivors being helped they. Furthermore focus on on. You know people who either meet clinical definitions of PTSD based on the symptoms that they report or who have already received a diagnosis noses. PTSD and they find that. Those don't necessarily have you know it's not. It's not any more helpful for those people so you can kind of see them saying look. Please identify the population. Who is supposed to be helped by this? And we'll study whether it helps them but so far we keep drilling down drilling down in not finding the evidence here. I think that there is an alternative explanation that is in you know is kind of goalposts shifting but that has is what has kind of gained purchase the broader discourse which is that in some contexts. It's being used as a mental health thing in other contexts. It's being used as a matter of like basic etiquette lake. It is not a good would idea to force people to deal with potentially traumatic things in public settings that you you know that that being sensitive to mixed experiences experiences means that it's just generally a good idea to like set boundaries and to and to not make it incumbent on an individual individual to be resilient and deal with their own trauma and that is less responsive to empirical debunking. It's also it's also not super compatible edible with the idea that oh the point here is to make it easier for trauma survivors. The point of the kind of etiquette argument is it's not trauma survivors job to be swallowing swallowing hard and showing resilience. It's a collective duty that needs to be undertaken and talking about the you know the sensitizing aspects of something as part hard of that collective duty but this reminds me of you know the sort of latest thing flying around twitter. I Dunno dare now. Here's serious investigator now. Maybe maybe you don't maybe you don't spend time with this. Are you in the right head space to receive information that can hurt you right. So there's a there's a sense coming coming from certain quarters I. I don't know exactly what they are right. But that like the rules of etiquette need to change in a variety the of potentially drastic ways right which is as you say like different from the specific clinical case that that providing trigger warnings in classroom settings will help trauma survivors in a rigorous empirically identifiable manner. Right to one. That says that I don't know why. But that just like the basic norms of discourse that exist in our society are like not good and that everybody needs to be more kind of cautious and in affirmative consent dynamic about Oh information dissemination and. I don't I I don't even know like I. I'm not sure that like I've seen the explicit case for that being made I've seen a lot out of the knee jerk like case against it and it's true you know a lot of things in life are like it. It's easy to be dismissive of people calling for different kinds of changes but also like it's hard to persuade people to change themselves. And usually you do need to be sort of clear as to why you are calling for that exactly and what you think it will achieve and I mean definitely you know the the point that this paper the explicit argument but I mean I think take away from it. Is that like. It's not totally clear what it is. The trigger warnings with the claim on their behalf is right right and if you could get people to make a clear and unambiguous claim. Then we could check if that's true and if it's not true we could try to come up with something else that would achieve that right because the the original phenomenon the sense that trauma survivors can have. PTSD or or other kinds of problems triggered right like that's not wrong right like that's something. All of us who've had problems in life are aware of right and they're like things that caused me to go like Bawling in movie theaters. That other people. Completely Shrug off right So that that is bad ed and I think it would be good to find a way to not trigger those kinds of reactions. And may maybe there's also an argument for like opening up a another Avenue Avenue of intervention that is okay in addition to talking about prevention and mitigation and. Let's talk about how to respond supportively and you know in a in a maximally therapeutic way when these things happen right but I mean basically I mean what one view of the world is that if you call into question anybody's proposed remedies for something. You are questioning the seriousness of the problem and the other is taking the problem seriously mean seriously asking whether these solutions are helping. Because if they're not helping then we have to come up with something else. I want to go back to the question of like the existing norms. Not Working though because I think that And this is an argument I've been making in various spaces for a ludicrously longtime that. What is happening isn't necessarily that people are saying? The existing norms aren't working but people looking at the status quo which which in a lot of ways in terms of scripts for how to engage with people. You don't know all that well or conversely people you know very very well and are reliant on have kind kind of there used to be a much more robust code for these things that was structured explicitly by race class gender and that lake governed governed how you were supposed to interact and also objectively sucked for a lot of people and so in tearing those down and not necessarily building an alternative. Turn it back up. You're left with something of a no man's land in which it's not always easy to know how best interact with another person or people with you. Yeah no batter. self-centered intentions can't aren't necessarily being held in check by norms of polite society. So one answer to that is okay. You build out a new model of etiquette that takes a gala -Tarian Ism and explicitness as these very as these core values. There are people to whom that doesn't didn't appeal. There's there's kind of a division that gets tossed around some an Internet discourse between ask culture and guess culture people who are who want every every asked me made of them explicitly people who think that that's like that that you know you can just kind of intuit what another person wants and that's the most helpful way to do things and you know. The proponents of maximal explicitness tend to say. There's no harm in doing this. It's much better to just. Yeah okay you may think it's all unnecessary. Sorry but at least it's out there whereas the tail risk of guests culture is much higher. The idea that trigger warnings are counter effective and some of the research. There's they're building on about like being reminded of your own trauma can be a counter therapeutic..
"dave mcnally" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Roll Bill it now. So yes, when we had to we had to pick it up by two strangle throat on wagon off the ground was the most dangerous circumstance you've been in. That would be the Bob cat and a crocodile down in Mexico me and Neil had to catch a crocodile late nine hundred and fifty pound and was about thirteen foot and two inches. Not too many crocodiles in Kentucky. I would imagine how we tackle one of those blind crocodile down in Texas, one time now Bino and how vital blind crocodile alligator analogous, get a messed up. Every now, Nancy. I'm sorry about that. But. Critic wrote five poll trying to get a a string around his mouth to keep you from buying me. And it will fifteen guys and the other one the crocodile we leave went up against it will fourteen gas, and it didn't show that part. I never let go it did a death row with me. And I held on everybody send this this. Mexican girl was hollering spoke English, but she forgot English and started. Get. What she say. Anyway, get off totally again. I'll crocodile I just think I got it ain't gonna work now, we're gonna have a sadness here because Neil your sidekick Neil. Just recently happened. Neil passed away FM word, I he's had eight heart attack. But the ninth one got him when he was eight out of nine we'll get it that way. Hey, like a baseball game, wouldn't it? But in one in one is a Neil's not with us anymore. You may have we here we do we got to Lebanon enterprise last night, and we did article last week and two weeks ago and it come out today. I was in rating article last night that Lebanon enterprise wrote about Neil. I started crying about that. It was so good Article V. Well, well missed I'll tell you that he he helped people all over the world, and he would come up to you and say what kind of filler are you? You'll get Villeurbanne Goodfellow. How are you? That's what he'd say to you it haunts. She every now and then kneel you miss him. He was the number one team on the show. I mean, if we dropped the ball to make it fun for the show. He would pick it up or you know, to back up. Just like you did a great show. I watched it once you with your mom. Some pie you love pie. I love pie. But don't eat. That candy. Apple upside down cake day, Dave McNally stuff. Now, apple upside. Down candy apple down get wrong with that pan. Apple upside down cake now as pied piper candy apple candy, apple candy pan. I can't hardly say, it's so nasty. I that's how bad it is. Oh my God. If stuff is like fruitcake. Bob freezing it, and I don't know how many times ring. Still in into freezer. Bring it out. Yes. She keeps bringing home. We we always come up with an excuse trying to get away from it. Now have you to to sit down for a special meal? Tell me squirrel and the turtle man if you were to sit down on the haulers Kentucky, what do you want to see? Well, I like to have some blackberry and dumplings and mashed potatoes and squirrel, squirrel dumplings. That's our favorite are rabbit, squirrel. Rabbit? Good prompt major. Makes Labra can't fish three Pounder. Make you holler. Don't go. Don't reach him. I play you'll come back with a knob now. Now, you brought your fiancee and a very young attractive woman. That woman has teeth ads. Right. I'll I got mine knocked out with a chainsaw. You knew about that. Didn't you? Ran into me. Tell me about the chainsaw. Yeah. We've gotten a tree down after a storm. And we have great down there and get bogged down Malayan come back block looney hit me right in the face. I thought he's playing wonder woman with the change the only hit me hundred ninety nine issued right through the face hundred eight nine how many teeth you lose off all the seven seven. He has still got to score. Or how about you? How many do you have? I say. Kentucky howard. We. How how do you eat steak or corner? Eight. Tell you what Hannah rise need. I feel eight world internal it'd be cook rice bone now. Nanterre corn on the cob my head get three eight and nine on the way round. But when I come back, I get three eight nine on the way back stripper corn off the cob. But ain't nobody can beat me yet. And that's what Donald saving teeth. Now. Have you thought about seeing Dr Tara hard and getting some new teeth? Have you thought about getting some did that, sir? When I got my teeth knocked out. I was building a building one time and a tank blew up and it went through the roof and not Matete out again. Alma bottom. Eight eight six down here. Input backing in and one fell outlet made it seven, but they still got the original teeth. He's got he made a preemptive my teeth, and he's got him hanging on the wall. He came to see me on the show told me about what are you gonna come pick up my award to add he's an air. Malta was hanging on the wall fell another guy. We did a show with him. And he did a imprint headed surgeons and everything they work with me without a week there. And I post to go over to a swimming pool to catch the snakes swimming poop. He said they just jump in it, I said, well, all right. You'd make me from teasing. I'll come over. And I ain't got over yet though, he come and Saint miata show about two or three months ago. And he said, I feel got your teeth come get them. But the snake they're still there you when you're going to get the snake down the swimming pool. I got my wage radio Fleming. As soon as I get time, buddy. I swear wheel are you still chasing critters out of places? I'll chase turtles and snakes. But I'm getting ready to you'll get twinkie snakes. I tell yet to get my teeth out that frame on the wall. That's a true story. To you got like fourteen teeth. The are they getting some Paulison? I hate them. But how about you need some implants? Have you thought about implants? Eighty thousand or two thousand dollars per tooth. Well, they gave mind for free. I gotta go pick them up. I had to go get the snakes gotta get the snakes though, you threw out the first pitch to reds game. Yes, sir. Yes, sir. Get on a Karen Kraft. Let's get the turtle man squirrel back up here. I agree Willie people. Jason critters out of the batting cage. What happened what happened in the batting cage? Beck raccoon gun and everybody bath strike me out. But I got him on the on the fly. Catch my struck him out. So great ballpark had a raccoon. Yep. And got it took five hundred pictures there that day Lally took a dump duty pootie PU after on on the grass field lolly lolly dog. He was with me charity guard didn't like that too much. And I had to take it all back out to the truck. So who who cleaned up the dump that guy that does all the grass trimmings around here. Yeah. You to calm him down to natty grass. Genital marker territory, where do you live? I live in Marion county Kentucky. The house or a trailer or little shack. I got. I got tired of moving fill up built me a shack on side of he'll know Nielsen. I'll never move again. You got that?.
"dave mcnally" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Doesn't take a lot to see that as they do this in competition with one another. The odds are they're going to get to a point where they have massively extended the capacity to produce goods and services massively exceeded what the world needs. So that if you took for instance, just to give you one example, the amount of excess capacity in producing steel that China has today. Well, China's excess capacity to produce steel is greater than all the steel producing capacity in Europe. And so why do they do while they can either start shutting down steel mills or they can start dumping this stuff below market price just to get something back on their investments? But the more that happens, you can see that capitalists have overinvested they've overspent. They've now got machinery equipment plants technologies buildings that are surplus to the actual demand in the economy. That's over accumulation they've accumulated too, many goods equipment buildings et cetera. And when that happens, the co Lassic capitalist solution is a depression that bankrupt, the least efficient and the least productive and so one economist Joseph Schumpeter described this as capitalism is creative destruction. I'm not sure how create. Give it is except in a kind of maniacal way. But it certainly is destructive. And if we think today for people who have visited the so called rust belt areas of the US midwest, for instance, where you see the shot auto plants the shot steel mills that are literally rusting away that closed down in the nineteen seventies and eighties. That's the result of capitalism. Trying to clean up over accumulation. You leave means of producing welfare actually, perfectly good technically to rot while the most efficient capitalist by up on the cheap their competitors. Who were going broke restructure and reorganize extend their global operations. And eventually we'll start reinvesting so depressions ironically helped to restore the conditions of growth, even though. Oh, they're incredibly destructive for human wellbeing in terms of job loss, poverty, stress illness, and so on, but the irony of what we went through in two thousand eight nine and ten is that by bailing out the financial system the way it did. Global capitalism actually, let a lot of the least efficient producers off the hook. Because remember what they did was to push interest rates down to zero. Or even below zero in Japan, the actual interest rate for corporations and banks is actually below zero. They're paying you to take out loans in the US. It was actively zero that that was around one percent and inflation was around one percent. So the money was basically free. The irony is that in doing that to keep the banking sector alive. It also allowed capitalists who otherwise would have gone bust in manufacturing and retail. And so on to stay alive. Because of course, if all I need to do is go get free money from the Bank to keep my business going, I'll do that. And so here's the irony. Capitalism. Went into a classic global slump as I said the fourth major slump in the history of capitalism and went into that in two thousand eight nine. But because the financial system looked like it was gone. It was melting down. We need to remind ourselves at all five investment banks on Wall Street collapsed or were taken over in one form or another banks were collapsing from Iceland, Ireland, Germany to Spain this was a meltdown of the financial system. But when they bailed it out by making money free capitalist. They actually blocked capitalism so-called, creative destruction. And what that's meant is that the decades since the global slump began in two thousand eight nine that decade has been one in which profits rose. Yes, no question corporate, the corporate sector has been restored. But actual economic growth has been the weakest ever in a so-called economic recovery since the great depression. And that's because they didn't do the restructuring. They didn't drive lots of firms into bankruptcy free money kept them afloat. And so the irony is we've had a high profit low-wage capitalism with very very low growth when the next recession hits that's going to be a very very difficult. Prospect for everyone. And by the way, I happen to think too that recession is coming sooner rather than later. You're listening to Dave McNally, political economist historian university now at Houston, and we're talking about global slump and will be opening up the phone lines at two five six two thousand in one at half past the hour to five six two thousand in one. If you want to join us with a comment a question and observation. So David you were just touching upon the. Uneven recovery that is it's touted, of course, in the mainstream media, especially mainstream business press. The recovery is taking place to prophets are good. The market is up. Lots of people doing well, certainly the one percent is doing incredibly, well, but you also talk about in in in a couple of places you talk about how that recovery has been on the backs of the popular classes. Based upon the of course, the the three DS of debt discipline and dispute in dispossession talk about that a little bit, and what that has meant globally in social and political terms. Yes. And and it's really crucial that point that you're touching on their Alan. Because if we add another d it would be disconnect. There's a huge disconnect between the story that business media tells and the everyday realities of life for the vast majority of people, and they disconnect is because if you are part of the one percent the last decades been lovely it's been beautiful. I mean, we had data come out just a week ago that shows us that in twenty seventeen in the US eighty two percent of all the growth in national wealth went to the one percent. I'm going to repeat that one eighty two percent of all the increase in US national wealth in two thousand seventeen went to the top one percent. I don't need to tell you what that means for the rest the remaining ninety nine percent. They had best got scraps off the table and lots of them didn't even get scraps. They found their incomes going down. And it's that disconnect, which of course, is what's fueling the rage, and the anger that we see in so many societies right now one of the most recent manifestations, of course, being the yellow jacket rebellion in France, which is really a rebellion by ordinary working class people against the elites, basically a message saying you do not represent us. You do not govern in our interest. And we're sick and tired of it. And of course, that kind of anger, and perhaps we'll come back to that can go in a lot of different directions, politically, it can sometimes go and progressive ones that came sometimes go in not so progressive ones, but to stay with your question. It also has a global dimension. And. And OXFAM's global reports every year are very very useful for this because they told us earlier this month that the twenty six wealthiest people on the planet have as much wealth as the bottom fifty percent of humankind. Other words, the top twenty six people on the planet have as much or more wealth than three and a half billion humans. So I was giving you American statistics a moment ago, but this is a global phenomenon. And as a result of that it looks like a recovery if you're at the top. Business. Profits have been strong incomes have been rising for the one percent. But for the vast majority of people there has been no recovery. If at best they've treaded water, and in a lot of cases has gotten much much worse. And that's the dispossession part if they lost a house in this process, or if they somehow tried to cling to a mortgage that's worth way, more than the value of that house today, or if they've hung on simply by ramping up credit card debt and auto loans, and so on, and of course, we know that that is also increasingly the picture that being one of the other dis so for the majority of people they have either lost ground or they've maybe be water by taking on more debt. And that's where we see a lot of the anger, and sometimes outrage that is polarizing politics right now if another recession hits we can. Expect that process to kick into overdrive. Mcnally just use two words anger and outrage as you were talking I was jotting mother list of ongoing protests, social, unrest, class conflict insurgency, that's visible all over the planet. Increasingly so. In part of the response, of course, has been a militarization of police and. And in addition, of course, anti immigrant racism animosity toward foreigners kind of we're going to hold onto what we got. And you're not in. You can't come in the stock about the the ladder. I second that is mass migration as as a huge issue. Now around this whole a wolf. Building the wall will with with Donald Trump. Can we talk about mass migration as as an effect of this neoliberal globalization in the downturn? It created no question we can because it's linked directly Alan to your starting point which is militarization. In other words, there are places where austerity policies of basically bleeding the poor to save the banks. There are places where those policies didn't produce great social explosions in the streets. There are places where the elites managed to drive home those policies without that. But where they couldn't where in fact, the population poured out into the streets. Think of Greece. Think of France today with the elder jackets, but think especially of parts of Central America. Think of the large social movements, for instance, in El Salvador. And the impact they had in bringing down a government and bringing a much more progressive left government under layer to power. Well. The US. Along with the Canadian government and others helped orchestrate a coup a right wing coup in El Salvador and those right wing coups militarization to use your term quite correctly. They rely on the army to repress the social movement the women's movement, the compassi, no peasant movements, the green movement, the working class labor movement. They used direct police and military repression. They used death squads. Well, big surprise that people from L Salvador have been in the forefront of the migration into Mexico that sometimes been forming they so-called migrant caravans towards the US southern border. So with the global slump and the austerity policies against the poor have very often come policies of militarization by particularly by right wing, governments that then displaced people that then caused them to migrate. And so there's a chain of. Connections here. And that's why we who everyone who is progressive. On all of these kinds of social issues today has to be so clear that we need to stand on the side of migrant Justice to scape. Goat the victims of militarization and austerity the people who've been forced by terror and hunger to leave their homes to scapegoat them is the cheapest most unethical politics, it is to blame the victims rather than to blame the death squads the elite and their foreign backers in governments like those of the United States, Canada, Great Britain. And so on those are the people who are causing these human catastrophes. But you're right, right wing politics. Today has tried to make these victims the enemy, and it's why as I say migrant Justice remains really the absolutely fundamental. Lee at the heart of all progressive, social, Justice responses. You know, Dave McNally another variable there that that is a central is the capitalist despoliation, the destruction of the environment as a prime ingredient in cumulation that is if we look across the the band of the Equatorial belt across the planet. People are are also migrating being driven to the temperate zones by drought and disaster, of course, caused by climate change which cannot be separated from this again whole process this engine of accumulation. That's a very important point Allen. And there is such an intimate connection between these right wing pro business governments and the destruction of the ecosystem and the natural resources. It's not an accident that the far right president of Brazil, both scenario now wants to just massively opened up the Brazilian rainforest to corporate destruction, for instance, because for them the planet is potential commodities. And it doesn't matter whether it's rain forest or water tables. Whatever it might be. They look at the whole of natural environment is a set of potential commodities for sale. And you're right that not only destroys the natural environment. It displaces people who live within those natural environment. So, you know, we're we're now looking at forty years during which the rubber tappers of the Brazilian rainforest have resisted ecological destruction and displacement, then you're quite right this same policies are at work throughout Central America. And one of the key causes of this kind of displacement. So it it would be hazard of hazardous of us not to make that part of our overall analysis to five six two thousand one join us for this discussion today with a question or comment for guest today. David mcneely. See we have one caller waiting patiently. Let's go to our first phone caller. Hello, michael. You're on the air. Yeah. Hi, allen. Yeah. First of all, I was sorry to learn about Eric, right? I knew him. And I knew his mother who is also a professor, I'm I'm hoping that your guests will give us the website addresses of these banks in Japan that pay negative interest rates something very appealing to me somehow now to get to my question, you mentioned overproduction, and and I agree that's a serious problem..
"dave mcnally" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"The ravens the boats and Pimlico race course, it's nineteen ninety-five. And it's part of the collection of twenty two games for all different kinds of sports. So I pulled the pulled a question from the game. See if you can answer can you name the four starters for the Baltimore Orioles in the nineteen sixty six World Series. Sweep of the Los Angeles. Dodgers the four starting pitchers. Dave mcnally. Jim palmer. Mike, no ER. Right. Vic, whereas not not of oh, what's his name? And he was no relief pitcher got the win. You're talking about. The start starters. Drewnowski got to win in game. One. Mcnally started game underboss you got to win in that game. And of course, there was Palmer. Pat, dobson. Bunker bunker is number three. I think he was only about nineteen. He was an McNally came back and started game four, and that's when Motorola came in a given game one game one because they chased McNally and the third in that game three shutouts free shutouts and a lot of fun. If you love Baltimore sports. There's a lot of great question about the ravens and Orioles and colts and so on and so forth. It's a perfect gift. Really is for folks that love Baltimore sports. Speaking of games. Have you heard about the millennial monopoly game? Now. No Hasbro brothers as I put it out there there, there are no buildings or places to buy because there's no money, apparently, the millennials don't have any money. So. There's nothing to buy and then all the little doodads, and what have you they've instead a little houses and hotel room. What have you they have bike, racks and scooters and all that. Right. Yeah. And the little bird. You know, a lot of the young people young adults are getting very critical of Hasbro and because he says of offends them. I'm waiting for the the has been board game. Chuck monopoly. There's no money involved. You just everything's on barter, you they give you all sorts of different items you can barter instead of using. You do not collect hundred dollars. Whatever the case may be just you all he sounds like a millennial. And I know he's not three times. He's a millennium millennial game you can play with yourself. Well, he found the strength to get off a good one here this morning. Well, you know, I have to sit back and it kinda work up to the Mike. I gotta catch my breath. This stuff. This stuff going on. I have a cough. That's right. And you know, what you're playing hurt. And there's a difference between playing hurt and playing injured as we were always in the neck that is actually dropped about three feet down. It's not the coffee. You have to worry about as the coffin that carry you out. There you go. Oh, yeah. As long as you're on the right side of the grass, you're in good shape, so far chocolate and a couple of six twenty twenty minutes after the hour. You're listening to Sean and Frank coming up next. What do you hear Senator Jeff flake outs blackmail on judicial nominees? Nice now.
"dave mcnally" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"John just to touch on baseball a little bit and labor the. Owners held the cards in the, labor issues in baseball with the players. Until nineteen seventy five and we do. Celebrate Labor Day today baseball labor really changed in nineteen, seventy five But I think the players. Union was able to go after the the the reserve clause. Which is something that lasted in baseball for nearly one hundred years and the idea was that every. Contract had a clause that included an. Option for the team only for another year And they held that that Carried over in, perpetuity that every single year whether the players signed, a new contract or not that. Is soon as the team it south decided to renew the contract to take up their option that that was a new contract that also carried an. Option for the next year so the players could never become free agents and unless the team released them so There were a couple of. Players that sort of defied that and they never signed a new contract and then they went to court and claimed or they went to arbitration I. Think by that time they had the arbitration it ultimately would end up in, court Dave McNally I think was one of them and and said that I, never signed another contract so there was no option and now I'm. A free agent and the arbitrator and then the courts agreed with them and so that was the new era, and there was a lot, of wailing and gnashing of teeth by the ownership people but that that was going to be, the end of the game but I think the results have shown over the years that has been the best possible thing for the game the. The, movement, of players the chance to sign free. Agents and that sort of thing, has been a boon to baseball and. They've run more income and attendance is higher than it ever was in those days and has, ever been in. The history. Of. The. Game Boy labor US. History through. The, eyes. Of baseball, we always can. Connect at, John have, a great afternoon, and no rain as we like to say happy holiday to everyone out there and if they're on the roads please drive safely all right thanks John talk to you again. All right thanks Martin all right more coming up. Came bureau six eighty the sports leader Seven The kids k. Is the kids Seventy seven Kars four kids donate today.
"dave mcnally" Discussed on WEEI
"But there hasn't been a definitive history of Brady's feud with the, league. With, Goodell so chronicle while it. Was happening to us Hubbard, enough, maybe, to us maybe yeah maybe, we'll do very well I'm just saying for me, personally I I. See that on my it's I'm not a mother and. Does it get maybe. It's great, I don't get into, Guerrero and I don't. Be twelve I have no idea you know anti Both sides it sounds like the NFL was stunned. That Brady Dougan. So, hard with with this and it, sounds like kind of supports my point always that it it depends how. You react like bell. Like Jameis Winston submitted. Right apologized right at three. Games for sexually assaulting, an Uber driver correct you get four games for allegedly. Taking some of. A ball yeah it seems bizarre the whole thing it's the biggest story, I've, we've I've been recovered and. It's essentially essentially but I. Mean I I think it's, a story we've ever live I mean is bigger than the Hernandez yes it's much. Bigger national story my walls so biggest story in the country for weeks, bigger. Than, murder I always think thinking. That Super Bowl in Arizona, it, was, insane well the timing of, it was crazy that's that's part of it made, us nuts and. It never went away ever Hernandez killed somebody we know. It fine this was. Intrigue and, belly And it's amazing the face of the, league this. Guy who, does most, things right Tom Brady a good family man and all? That. Never been arrested doesn't you know his wife drive drunk became. Villain, number one enemy. Number one to. Roger Goodell because he didn't roll, over and look it up buttercup he, fought the Commissioner, well, I'll never forget sitting there I was doing. TV that night with Tanguay and when? The, wells report came out the, first one, you're reading it in first your first instinct, is God and. Then the then you read the second time you. Were a little. Late, to the party but we and, I fought you assumed Kazak kind of cynical guy you are right you're. Kidding I'm Brady team. To do the right. Thing is to stay new Eighty-one navy which is a good way to go both ways But we, fought about it for a couple of days and then finally, you read up a tried to get read up No you know you you did this Good The thing that, I I remember million things about, it but like John jastremski dorito, thank whatever Into the men's room and deflated all the balls in like a minute and a half. McNally McNally Dave McNally no why didn't, you just, use the bathroom, the referee the referee's room who wants to use the bathroom with a bunch of other people around Coleman was he involved too he was big was so stupid so dumb so overblown I. Still think What's? His. Name. Again dick yeah McNally McNally's job was to. Slip it by the refs. Definitely that's why case he didn't that's, where the patriots made. The deflator but weight was stupid that was not. Exactly nobody believes that? Was. Stupid On, the other side mad dog and Shaughnessy ammunition you're supposed to go in there and schmooze. With refs and hope they. Didn't do their job stick it can't, pretty definitely one the. Boss deflate right question but but the idea that Syrup tissues Lee, snuck in the men's room That was disproven by the. By the measurements in the gas This again we're going to do this again read the book shade Authorisation I know you're right fodder to lunatics like him about that was. Mad dog is best though that was Doyle Because his father you call in or something member who Brady's. Seeing, oh that's. Right that's. Right Colonies rant and screaming about what evil monster radios and then was. Upset, to Tom. Brady senior I wouldn't call it I love I know, you think he's a. He's a born gasp I. Love sometimes I agree but sometimes you said is. Always informed, that. Boy every boy Jerry Great guy he's. A great guy he's the opposite, of francesa hear nothing, but good. Things about him he dresses well in public looks like. It looks like enor- we see months what once or twice a year nobody? Gives, a. Crap five years he's going to look like he's sleeping on a bench where do we. See him. Where he looked the worst that, Houston Super Bowl yeah. Houston he came out first. Thing in the morning and he basically just.
"dave mcnally" Discussed on KCBS All News
"They serve no sports before its time here steve bicker it's gonna be a big night rebecca it's gonna be a big night at the coliseum tonight is trevor k hill starts for the as at home against the white sox on the fiftieth anniversary of the first major league game ever played in oakland when the as lost to the baltimore orioles the final that night was four to one i remember exciting night we had started the season on the road in baltimore washington and by the way that was you know the martin luther king tragedy so we got back we were all excited brand new ballpark first time in in the bay area and and fifty thousand people so it was an exciting night unfortunately there pitcher dave mcnally at the no hitter into the seven four rick monday at home run tony larussa who joins us this morning on kcbs he was with the gays in sixty eight sixty nine and seventy he played during those years with nearly all the guys who made up the as three time world series championship teams in seventy two three and four kansas city as in sixty two and then the next year dave duncan side and after that was you have to have they drafted monday and bangle and pretty soon they they signed catfish in the minor leagues played with all those guys and it just did my time got the big league dick grain was a lot better than i was and i set the bench tony larussa played in one hundred thirty two career major league games fifty two of those was in one thousand nine hundred seventy with the john mcenroe's manager we were improving and it was a nucleus that dick williams took over in seventy one and you know made them end up five straight division three world series in between but know the thing about the age of those times where your lot of personality lot of talent and really knew how to play tony larussa hill he was one of seven players in uniform that night or at least former players who went on to be inducted into the hall of fame they'll be free admission tonight and the as are expecting a crowd of up around sixty thousand offer free tickets and that's what happens sell out grab yup sports at fifteen and.
"dave mcnally" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Infielder named al weis had a big home run in one of the games they played some great defense and they pulled off the upset that member that orioles team you had frank robinson robinson yet jim palmer dave mcnally mike quasar are the rotation paul blair one of the best defensive center fielders you know and that auriol's team one in seventy lost in seventy one under a weaver again they could have been one of the greatest teams of all time but they won just that one world series i totally agree with your casting that orioles team and having covered the orioles and i've gotten to know jim palmer boob powell and frank and brooks and all those guys i i actually feel bad for them that they didn't get that you know that that centerstage history the way that they should about number three look i hear what you're saying about the red sox that it doesn't seem like that much of an upset because those teams are fairly comparable but they're the only team to ever do that right yeah the only team in baseball history there's always that thing of well there's not really anything such as momentum in baseball the fact that no team other than those red sox came has ever come back from a three oh deficit is one of the more remarkable statistics for me in baseball and dave you absolutely touched my heart because i was a huge dodger fan as a kid that was actually my last year's a fan because the next year i started covering professional baseball and that team if you remember the story i can't remember which game of the world series thing is before game one no is before the last game of the world series and bob costas was doing the broadcast nbc and he said in so many words that the dodgers lineup is arguably the worst in the history of postseason baseball dodger players led by tommy lasorda in their clubhouse started channing f cost is if buses if kostas and they went out and beat this team which player by player no question was a much better clubs so great job by you.
"dave mcnally" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"I heart media or dis talk radio network or american forces radio network you have a small business and you have a camera phone an ipad or skype accounts we want to feature your business on national television absolutely for the low low low price of three free absolutely is the f word we just dropped it so here's what you do all you need to do as you just sent an email to producer at jump tv studios dot com that's producer jump tv studios four russia russia's first the area four just or just a producer one would workers what we call the commercial far small this all barroga asking the hardhitting questions you want answers to mostly just drifting off staring blankly at the law since is one of them yes good idea zeal i am i've been following his company tight medical for some time here on the year they are publicly traded under the stock stability it x after the us and on the tfx metrics exchange tmd these guys are involved in robotics surgery it's a medical device company uh and and basically it's about commercialisation of robotic search we got to know david mcnally yet while them dave mcnally of course is the ceo and ever since they you know i watched we go back because i love when we talk about a company for four months and then in four months time who see what this company has the right because there's a reason we found them in the first place we have adamant the roth capital conference and it was a reason that we talked to them in the first place and it's because we saw this is a great company we saw this guy was a great guy david mcnally choices for salt lake city and i wanted to talk some of the incidents ons of yours great to have you on sir how are you i'm delighted to be here thank you selling in the last time you're on the here was humid through kind of everything we accomplished i you might say week is recognised you're taking some credit everything you guys in kabul iin 2017 yeah you just said it's one of those machines course of the guy for the business update conference now you really going to a drill down on that because i think shareholders can listen illness and tell us exactly what that.
"dave mcnally" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby
"When mr vetos happened they gotta get caught to the plo called on the rug reg is about to call it caused pro so now i just wanna say regs about the caused problems while the staff i'll say this we haven't had a caller said anything to rigid i think that's going to change we'll see what up go buoyed great man conflict charlotte north carolina yeah i got two quick question or it's gonna shout the red hot august sharper bearing and my question a fair built like your wallet every fair and i know and like he could get gregor pure i gotta ask there that's it buried is brolich bearing that we have the tallest staff in the history of tell the would've doj a big shout to charlotte we have the tallest stash and staff in the history of tell we do we really do line of any podcast 505 we hamlin that i think so i think you probably be like the third best player nutty no question outlet set picks give bar this yell psychologically desire to wage a utility model bucket of those situations before june will get your book there you so much recalled let's go back to the tweets real quick here we are the two of us daguerre the wait a second one i don't think this is a question to us it's just dave mcmenamin midday man many many many many man i don't know how this tweet got onto the sheet of paper i think is dave mcnally men just breaking news for the garden in front of me so i'm gonna say says theron lou says he has named wayne weighed his starting shooting guard the start the season jr smith will come off the vent louis grech in news when you need it though that followed his five program we talked.
"dave mcnally" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"In the world of sports from flying ants you know too you're two things going on in cleveland maybe are at the greatest in the world let's will start with that right after the top google alex wood throw seven scoreless mike strikes out ten he has been just send satian asional for the dodgers this year and he may well wind up taking his teammate clinton kershaw space on the national league allstar to he joins ron kidrey in seventy eight is the only playing in baseball history with ten strikeout no run moved tendon o on the sea even if the fix pitcher to finish pennano or better at the all star break since the first year the game back in 1930 three he did it this year strasbourg did it last year before that you go back to dave mcnally back in nine he sixty nine lowest dra the all star break is now for those ahead of them guys like saying andy cofactors zack ranking in don drysdale pretty nice little will grouping yet you're in good company no question about it speaking of good campaign and here's one at my dad would bring up aaron judge it another home run yesterday golik elias tells us that he has done something extraordinarily special in a ridiculously the short amount of time yeah i twenty nine year tying joe dimaggio in 1930 six for the most ever by yankee mookie the only rookie in baseball history with more home runs before the all star break with martin wire back in 1980 seven with thirty three of those fewest games needed to reach twenty home runs in in home games in baseball history he did it in thirty nine games beating out four others who did it in forty games so he is absolutely on fire.