18 Burst results for "David Bowling"

"david bowling" Discussed on AA Beyond Belief

AA Beyond Belief

04:28 min | 6 months ago

"david bowling" Discussed on AA Beyond Belief

"I've i've now seen a path from potentially a genetically related Certainly wasn't that communist. My doctor family but but in my birth family my birth father wonders. If his father wasn't maybe he he moved out when he was eighteen so he wasn't around the house but he thinks certainly later on his father might have been in alcoholic and his sister is an alcoholic in recovery. So it looks like i may have got it from from both sides but that doesn't mean another really interesting part of my healing journey. Which i there's no way i could have got there without sobriety. And without the a with all without all of these experiences of these meetings and of this sharing and hearing hearing other people go find their birth families. Yeah no you know. I have a friend who who i've had on this podcast. David bowl david people and he has written a book called parallel universes which is all about his experiences and adopt easy. And the first time i ever heard the term. We being relinquished was from him. He always he referred to it as that and I've had a couple conversations with him about what he's learned about adoptees and a high rate of addiction problems in op dis. Yes it's It was really really interesting to learn from him and he did the same thing as you. He did go out and seek his Seek out his birth family as well He had the the thing. I remember about him. The most is he had a. He had a great experience with his adopted family. They were very loving He had a good home and everything and they they went out of their way to let him know how special he was for having adopted k. That we chose you your special well. When he was like five years old he was walking home with his friends from school and he told them that he was adopted and they looked at him as if there was something wrong with him and he didn't understand because he was always told it was a good thing and then from that point forward. He couldn't ever trust what his parents were telling him. Yeah i found that really really interesting that that one event from that changed his the way he thought about his adoption and just about his whole world..

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"david bowling" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"david bowling" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Probably not Roque on Smith and you don't You haven't had any Goldman all year because he opted out the beginning of the season because of covert 19. So you're going to have a defense that is struggling. And they're gonna be without three of their players again. So To me. You have to win this game with your offense. You can't win this game with your defense. They're not reliable. You have to win with offense, and I don't think they can do that. I don't think that there is a way. The Bears win this game with their offense. If you want talk bears, you can call us at 3123323776, Joe and Schomburg. You're on ESPN 1000. What's up, Joe? Guys. Thanks for having me wanted to jump in on the Mitch conversation. Um, In my opinion, At least the Bears have been so historically bad. At the quarterback position that we should even have the right to even complain about it anymore. I'm not defending Mitch at all by this, but this guy that has obviously failed and to meet up expectations and everything. He's the third quarterback in our entire franchise to have 1000 completions. And in my lifetime, the Packers have had two quarterbacks out of 100 years that have completely eclipsed our organization. At this point until we get somebody that is even a top one or two quarterbacks and even our own division. We shouldn't even have the right to even talk about the position anymore. They should just be Just a player to be named later at this point until we figure it out. Thanks for the call Joe. We appreciate Let's go. James and Gurney you're on ESPN 1000 What's up times, Boys, Boys, boys this whole Mitch, and let's just really put in perspective. All what all this stuff that's happened up to this point. All of it. Maggie's play calling and I'm not standby, Nagy, but he's here Get their hands are tied this kid. Cannot process. He still looks like a deer in the headlights. You can't process a half a few guys. What have they done? Roll him out half a field. He can't even look to his second read. I watched them Wants to feel me. I want to tape tape always gave most of them. I washed them last night. A few of them, especially great screenplay, Even when we cut the field unhappy, came to go off the second reason He can't even hit a second read and half of a field. He just cannot. Process. This isn't personal. The kids just not good enough and not Maggie's make some terrible play calls, but looking raises their hands are tied. This kid is not good enough. That's all there is to it isn't personal or mixed routers. He can't even process a half of field and go toe. Second read no matter ever go to three or four. What are about to get a free three snap, read and see who was in single coverage. All you gotta do it. It's been expressed with your linebackers Look like you're going, man. Drop back in zone is gonna throw a picket. Um, I was trying to be. It's it's over. He's just not good enough, boys. You can't process the game. He looks like he still looks like a deer in the headlights. Look at him. You know, it's just not good enough. You guys are doing a great job. Have a good night. Thanks, James. Good call. Let's go to David Bowling Brook here on ESPN. 1000. What's up, Dave? Guys Happy New Year. Happy New Year you What's up? I was just going to stay with Ryan Pace. I just can't believe like that. He can't come out and, you know, talk to the fans at some point with the media. I mean, it's almost radio silence with them from the Bears. I mean, we have a rabbit chance here. Why not get us involved and you know Hey, take some tough questions. You know you don't deal with it. But what links you know, I think it's a bad PR move that he is just like silent and I think it doesn't Do him any good for keeping his job. You know, you want to keep these fans evolved. Yeah, No, I listen. David and I'm with you like I think, and I pointed it out throughout the season. I think I think Ryan pace not talking to the fan base and to the media does a disservice for himself. I feel as if if Listen, The draft record and the record of the team at the end of the day is what really matters when it comes to a GM and whether or not you're winning at a high level, But the public perception of why Ryan Pace does the things he does and whether or not people would go easier on him. I think would be helped if he spoke frequently. Well, he was the bare minimum. Well, no, I know he does. But I've mentioned this in the past Tom Telesco. The L A. Chargers G M. He's been there for a long time. He meets a talks to radio shows each week. Right Pace doesn't do that. No, and I feel as if he did to Dave's point, he would help himself. Now, the bad picks the trash picks that he's made on. That's what eventually will get you fired as a gym in the National Football League, especially if you can't find a franchise quarterback, But his public perception would be different if he spoke more. Yeah, I think the doing the bare minimum of you know at the combine. After the draft before the season starts. And then at the end of the season is not enough. You know, I would like to see him. I'm not saying he needs to do a radio show, you know, like, like Telesco does look like you mentioned. You know, I think that if he did a, you know every four games released at the halfway point, do it at the trade deadline, either whether you make moves or not. Dude at the halfway point, Do it during the bye week. You need you need to talk more. You need to put it out there for your families where you are with this team where your confidence level is, even if you do the the always fake..

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"david bowling" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"david bowling" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"That's what we're doing is taking their defense is, But I'm just saying, yes, your comment is factually correct. Okay here compared to trap that last statement, you know it didn't beat Detective Duncan. There's you know, so you can't see that he's a total bust on by the way is the Office of Line is better okay, that it really suits both because those Therese defense and by the way, we'll get work. First House, which services Selves visible yesterday. The bottom line is this Okay. If you expect to, basically to be what I call the tipping point, the swing factor where you really need him in the most critical time, then you're only fooling yourself. And I've been saying this for four years, but, man, bitch, the horses expired, Mitchell. Thank you. Really? I mean, you were kidding. E mean like this. Go on. We know right like and by the way, the Bucks game, the Bears defense held Tom Brady and the Bucks, albeit without A couple of the receivers in 19 points. So like it wasn't as if Nick Foles went out there and lit up the bucks defense here that one great place, right? I mean, like the moral of this story here is less about Mitch. Maura about a defense that you've got Most of your assets invested in that has spent the majority of the last two years in 12 games is playing in an exceptionally high level. If you start asking yourself now, like are, you know what if they'd just been broken? I get it. They haven't been his dominant. Everybody talks about how well you just haven't been watching this defense. Listen. The Indianapolis Colts with a number one or number two defense and leak this shit they've been hit for 30 points. A couple of times like this isn't league where offense Trump's defense. Where the rules skewed to the offense. So even good defense. Is there going to have bad moments This bears defense has had some really bad moments, the last two weeks and they certainly 2000 and 20 hasn't compared to 2000 and 18. They set the bar there, but I don't want to spend like An ample amount of time crushing this defense. They still should be better, though. Questioning me a lot better, of course. But my point is, Is that like they Maura than held up their end of the bargain the last 2.5 years, right, right, but right Yes, that's all I'm saying. They've been awful the last couple of weeks and they certainly haven't been his dominant the last 12 games as they were. They haven't taken the ball away, though They sacked the quarterback, and my problem is is you've invested all your money in them, too, for them to be elite, and they haven't played elite. But, you know, like the narrative that this defense has been horrible for a while. I think it's just I don't I'm not subscribing to that theory. David Bowling Brook. Hey, Dave, you're on ESPN 1000. What's up, guys? How you doing? We're good. I was just gonna say most teams that draft the top tier quarterback in the first round, or like, you know, welcome Patrick Mahomes. Well, welcome to Shawn Watson. Sit down. Here's the offense we designed for you to enhance her skills. Make this a potent offense. You know, Mitch, he's he's buzzing that door. He sits down they, Mitch. Everything you do do is wrong. But if you want to become over with NFL quarterback it you do You know what I tell you, and, uh Could turn you into a good NFL quarterback. I think Maggie tendered. Service key tremendously. I agree with the concept that I don't think that Matt has done. Mitch any favors, But you put the film on. I mean, that's all I would ask you to do and look at the footwork and how it breaks down and watch the moments where the inaccurate throws and the lack of processing things. There are some limitations there. Has Matt helped him. No. It was my biggest beef in the 2000 and 19 seasons. But Don't want it also to be lost that all you know that this is all on math. Mean he deserves some blame with regard to the quarterback position. Yeah, what we do usually on these busy Mondays will get to Wattles World The nuttiest story of the day at 3 45. I got someone on hold Jordan. I want you to lead off our next set of calls because he wants to bring up the rumor. Over the weekend of the next Bears head coach, which I think is crazy that the cart before the horse here and we're talking about coaches before we're talking about anything else. We'll get to that rumor coming up next. Listeningto waddling Sylvie on ESPN 1000 Chicago's home for Sports. Chicago's home for Sports, is the new home of the White Sox, ESPN 1000 You don't often think about your checking account to you. Do you want to make sure there's money in there? But that's really about it. It's your good friend Tom Waddell here..

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"david bowling" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"david bowling" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"On the air. This is one of 61 FM Talk in the triangle and news talk. 94 5 wpt I in the triad. I got to admit it, And for all of you know all the criticisms, and there are many Of social media the real upside. Is watching people burn their own house down because it reveals who they really are. So there's ah Rider. He has all Where's his bio? Here? Very full of himself. Some guy named David Bowls. You're back to this. I could At least read is by award winning writer translator Professor Chicano. He him pan sexual Um, three, some 1000 followers University of Texas. So anyway, there was a debate about you know the classics and schools were getting edged out. And it's big shook. So all these moon bat books are getting put into your kid's curriculum. This guy decided he was just going to go off and find And so this is how he decides to burn his house down. You disgusting worms I can read in 12 different languages. That's in caps. I haven't m a in English and a doctorate in education, and even I think the classics aircraft for modern kids. You're not on my level. Trust me, So take an MFN seat and leave my people alone. So he's like his Twitter down. Yes, Yesterday I drive a Dodge Stratus..

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"david bowling" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"david bowling" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"In disbelief as the hot air balloon carried an 11 year old boy over the light towers and eventually dumped him in the icy Minnesota River. It was a tough act to follow David Bowling Brook here on ESPN 1000. What's up, Dave? Hey, guys. Hey, that your your bloom boy's story takes me back to the winners. My parents to be upfront smoking cigarettes mean my brothers will be in the back of wrestling. I don't think there was a seatbelt back there, but we're way would've probably jumped on that hot air balloon with balloon boy. Just fly over the lights, Sanctions goodbye. How he was going to say one thing. I was gonna talk about something else. But Why did Kurt Herb Street say that? He said he had no evidence, right? Why would I mean, does he have a PR man? I mean, oh, in this time In this era. You're going to say stuff like that and then retracted a few hours later. It is just like, Yeah, I did. I don't think that's why Dave listening to it. It's just It's strange, Dave. I don't have sources. But I imagine if Kirk her street opened his phone, there was a text of the top and it's a dab. Oh, and then there were some dots and then it said WTF man. What's going on here? Yeah, but you're going to go with that. You know you're you're you're you're gonna period, you know, groups of people and you know it would come out and say that And you have no evidence. I don't know. And then I'm gonna retracted a few hours later. That seems sort of Ridiculous or stupid. I hate to say stupid, but thank you for the call, Dave. We appreciate it. Right Call again. All right? Yeah, that was Dave in bowling broke in. I? Here's the thing. Think what's weird to me about the apology is he should just apologize. Don't justify all the different stuff behind this bill. Yeah, I should have said that. I'm sorry. Yeah. Like they like because because two minute in 12th apology for something like to be honest, it's not the end of the world some big deal. He just said that he thought Michigan was trying to dodge your House state. Because not of covert concerns, but because they are afraid to lose to Ohio State's not that big of a deal. Here's the thing right. And I know Greeny joined water on Sylvie earlier today, and he kind of touched on this that all this stuff is being done remotely now, right? Esso Herb Street doesn't have anybody. In his ear or anybody there to be like, Dude, just say you're sorry. Just apologize and ended. Don't post two minutes. This is 32nd video and then be done, right? I don't even know if you need 32nd. But I'm saying like, like when you don't think you need the video, he could have just tweeted out some word. Absolutely Sorry about Michigan. He's got a suit on. All right. You were listeningto Black and Abdullah, ESPN 1000, Chicago's home for sports. Like a cup of cocoa in front of the fireplace, 12 plays of Nagy, My head coach called for me. Or maybe not one of them. Sylvie Holiday parody song Contest is back. The place where the calamity of Chicago sports year one smitten and now we have ruined the beloved melodies of Christmas past..

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"david bowling" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"david bowling" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"ESPN Twitch Channel, ESPN. 1000, Chicago. You can watch the show on twitch. We good in there. Debating what? What houses are. What do you mean What I was like What? What? What's missing from the Bear's house? Oh, yeah. Well, listen, you're building the house. You've got this house, a two story bears house. You have no stairs and no roof because you don't have a head coach. I don't have a quarterback. You're missing a front door. Okay With Ryan Pace is go back to the years have given a 50 game. Go ahead. You give up 50 to the Patriots, 50 to the Packers. Go ahead, but I don't know. I think it was Tim. Our last caller made. The great point is the defensive line. Not good? Nobody. It's easier to build up a defense that it is the final quarterback or a good see. The problem is this The problem is Stravinsky's bad. That's the problem. Of course, we know that though we've we solved that case. Okay, So why were the first to assault? The only problem is the only problem is your house is on a little bit of a tilt. Lsland a little of it all till I think I think we're definitely until it because it's your biscuit. But you spend all that money on your defense. You tried to build yourself like the Seahawks, where you had the rookie quarterback. He spent a ton of money on the defense, got some weapons and tried to make it work. The problem was you didn't have Russell Westbrook. You had awful quarterback. 3123323776. She's here. What are you doing? Trying to choose What kind of shoes The Jordan Elevens. The new ones just dropped and I'm trying to. I'm trying to get him. Get to David Bowling Brook. You're on ESPN. I can't get to what's up there you guys doing tonight? A good man. What's going on? Oh, not much there like that nickname for Adam Trip away like that. Going? My initials. I was just gonna say it. Deja blue all over again. I mean, I mean, you you look back to Cutler. Or you'd look just as tight end position. What to use the best tight end we've had in the last Mike Dick is the greatest we ever had their franchise. It just seemed to fill the offensive side of the ball with average players. I mean, you're back to Cutler Cutler did he ever have number one season any are leading quarterback of all time. I mean, Brandon Marshall was really good. Wide receiver Greg Wilson was here. He was a good tight end. And they got rid of him. I mean, it. Don't make no sense to me in days of rule over again. We're set up in this year's draft. We're going to make the run with his defense. It would be a offensive Henry draft and we're set up or what? Meet range quarterback that And then after this, you kill offense of my position. Thanks for the call Dave. We appreciate Yeah, It's been something that has plagued this Bears team for years and like that's a part of being a Bears fan. There's a specific way that bears football justice throughout history. A rich history goes back a long time not having a quarterback, but yeah, and then like that's what it is. We do running backs. We knew linebackers. We don't mean defense mean but like that, That's all we can kind of really give to you. You know, we were feature on SNL in the eighties like that, like that was a big thing. S o people kind of know that from coast to coast, right? Like the Polish sausage stuck in his chest, right? But like outside of that, we're known for having bad quarterback play. We are the Cleveland Browns. Right, like we bears Browns quarterback He was complete like For most teams. He wasn't that good. But for us, he was great. Yeah. Most teams. They'd say That guy's that I was really bad. Yeah, that's fair, and it's just one of those things that here in the Midwest It's just how life is. We don't have offensive football. We just have never had it. Never And when we did When the offense was kind of good under trust men, the entire rest of the rest of the balance. Was out of whack right there. You're right. The defense was giving up. 50 Point enables you and the coach was ah was out of his mind. And I'm telling you now that the last time the Bears went to the Super Bowl, they didn't have a good defense than either. Are. They have a good offense than either great defense. Just serviceable. You just needed to get by. I can't even do that right now to 1006. They put up 40 points a couple of times. Okay? Rex was okay in some spots. Could this offense and there was like there was a big throw? It's the Saints and the Seattle game like Yes, Grossman made throws and they ran the ball well and stay in a really good offenses and fools can make throws, too. The offensive line's terrible The playmakers like I like the receiving corps. I think Moony and Miller the last couple of games have been OK. Agreed to pair with Alan Robson Think Robinson is a better wide receiver is your number one than we've ever had, And I put that up against Brandon Marshall. Brandon Marshall's great, I think l. Robinson's better. They have good weapons. We've always said that they have good weapons. The problem is, you don't have the offensive line to protect and you don't have the quarterback to get the ball there. They have good weapons, and I feel like it's a nightly thing where we have to make mention of this. I don't understand this. Who are these people who think David Montgomery stinks. I don't know, like Are you not watching the game? He's a serviceable running back Easy. Top five running back in the NFL. No, but he's serviceable. You don't need a top five running back to be that successful people, thinkyou stocks. Look what the Cowboys were doing right? Is as Ezekiel Elliott helped them at all. No. Okay, then what difference does it make? If you had a Zeke Elliott or not, there isn't you need a serviceable running back. That's all you need, And I think Montgomery's a pretty decent running back. I don't understand these people who either called a show or tweet, little tweets or whatever they're doing. Who hate on David Montgomery. Like. Do you not see him getting hit three yards behind the line scrimmage? Do you not see the stupid play calls? The Nagy has when it's fourth and one and his only play call is straight up the middle. Like no creativity whatsoever, and then his only form of creativity is when they throw to the outside a little pitch. Play a swing. Plato Cordero Patterson. It's terrible. Yet Montgomery stinks. I don't understand those people don't get it. You know there's a lot going on this week. You got your golf thoughts ready and you rated golf Do the Gulf thing You can talk off trying to get like trying to get the Jordan sneakers, app. And I got an alert that said that they were out to drop in, and they dropped their shock drop. They come out in, like a month there shocked dropped right now and I'm on it, and I'm trying to get him. But I don't think I'm going to get on because it's like a time thing. And so now it's saying, like sold on certain sizes, and I'm just trying to get a size and like it's just not. It's not going well. Okay, So the Masters is this weekend. Okay. Here in the fall? Yeah. Eso masters talk. You're going to hear that you want and you're going to see it on Sunday, you know? Master Sunday. Who are your favorite golfers? I'm going with the Capta. Really Fowler. I like I like Bison. Tony fee now is one of my favorites like bison. He's good, dude. No, I mean, like, really..

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"david bowling" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

08:38 min | 1 year ago

"david bowling" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Was high among voters at Fenway Park this weekend. I want because I have been cooped up inside for a little bit, and I got my donkeys and radio bull for Joe Biden, but I wish I was, but the team's fourth. I know we're not political on this, but I just love the way she says Sanders is C and C. I wish I was wish I was voting for Bernie seeing. Is David bowling drug. You're on ESPN 1000 Go ahead, Adam. What's up guys doing that baseball show this time next year? Yeah, absolutely. I agree. Hopefully we get socks. Cubs World series. What do you think? Hi. I was just going to say you could see why Coach Maggie wanted nickels at quarterback down by you can't even tell them apart. It sounds like the same person talking. I could. I could just picture them two walking in together, one of them. Power of positive thinking seminars together. Thanks, Dave. Appreciate it. I Like I said, I got my donkeys loving that That's good. Is going to bell in court in the south Loop. You're on ESPN 1000 What's up in court? What was going on, guys I just wanted to talk about nagging makes their one is talking about him. Right now. You've got to go back in amateur did when he was a quarterback. His guy was a hothead, and all you wanted to do was pass the ball, pass the ball. He going inside and arguing with the coaches disrespecting them, telling them he wants receivers he wants and received. You've got to go back and look at this guy. This guy's not a running home. Yeah, And don't cry. I would hope that he learns at some point that you need balance in your offense. That's what we've been preaching here. Here on the show. I get that. And don't you think that Andy Reid with Patrick Mahomes just wants to throw throw throw throw throw, but they didn't run the ball 46 times. I mean, listen, don't you want Teo advance the ball downfield like that's the thing I I don't get is that you want to do two things, Chris, you want to advance the ball downfield and you want to keep the ball out of the other team's hands. And how do you do that? You were in the time of possession. You limit mistakes and the way you do that is you Run the ball. You're on the ball that limits mistakes that you don't you're not risking throwing an interception or the wrong wrapping rung or run or a tip past or anything like that. You're running the football. You're controlling the clock. You're maintaining possession. You're shortening the game. That's that. That's the key. Those of the keys Ville key jingle would be the key jingle. We don't We don't have keys to the game. Can we switch to this? I want to ask you about this, Did you? You see in the New York Times say they had an article about the decline in sports ratings. Did you see this story? Yeah. S o. The stories about how television sports are suffering a steep ratings decline. Viewership for the MBA finals fell 50% compared to last year. The U. S opening Gulf fell. Major League Baseball's divisional. Siri's the Stanley Cup final have all fallen by at least 40%. The article is about it says. What is going on? Is it a one time factor of things that kind of playing to this idea that the pandemic is going on in sports leagues are all piling on top of each other all happening at the same time, thus making it so clouded that people are not actually consuming. Any one piece of the sports landscape. They are kind of going all over the place and watching all of it but not really consuming in mass, and so like this article is out there, and we talked about ratings before and you always get the pushback. Like what does it matter about Sports Ray? Who cares about sports? Riggs? This is why it matters If you if you like your sports team, and you would like your sports team to win the network's matter in the ratings matter, because that's what they used to collectively bargain. The ratio of the split revenue between these sports and the amount of rub noon that that main makes up the salary caps for your team, So you're favorite team in the amount of money that they can spend to get new players. Has to do with what the salary cap is set at in league like the MBA ratings being down and what has gone on this year in the MBA at some point, the salary caps gonna have to do The NFL right now has had kind of up and down ratings period. They've had some really high rated games to this point early in the season. They've also had some games. Not rated well at all, when normally all football games usually write well. So When we look at this I ask you Why do you think ratings are down? And the question I guess to you at 312332377 Sixes. Are you watching less sports Since the start of the pandemic Me personally, I've gone the opposite way. I've consumed Mohr baseball than I've ever consumed in my life this summer because I liked the 60 games schedule, and I liked the way that we had no sports for a long time, and then we had sports and I went for all of it, and I watched all the baseball And I enjoyed watching baseball. And then when the MBA started up, had the MBA watching the Stanley Cup playoffs and their bubble and you know we have all these different options. I'm consuming Mohr sports right now, But I wonder. If those listening to the show have wonder if you are consuming more sports like we are well, like, I think a few things go into that. I think I wonder how much of that the ratings factor in to ratings factor in bars. Because if you're taking away people in bars watching games, I don't know how much that equates to sports rings like yesterday. Sunday night Football did 10.3 million people watching last night's football That's down 10% from Last week Sunday night football, But it was kind of a block game. And, you know, maybe you didn't tune in because there was a game seven of an NLCS on and maybe you're watching that and that drew 6.4 million people. OK, so it's still like Sunday football was still the most watched thing. On TV, right and on Monday night's Monday night Football is the most watched thing on TV, so football to me, it's still like I wonder how I haven't seen the ratings that I haven't looked at for Alabama, Georgia, but I'm sure it did a great rating because that game was close until, like The end of that looked like the fourth quarter was a close game. That is true. I worry without knowing the number. I worry about the build up to that, because the way this season has started for college football. Like I know that was the number two number three teams in the country, but like it's a wonky start to the college football season. We have two conferences that are not even playing that will play at some point a factor in, You know, I'm saying, like the top 25 It's kind of weird right now. Yeah. I mean, look, it was it did a Ah, it had nine million people watching it on CVS. Pretty good. So I mean, it. Did you know it was. It's peaked at nine million, but it had an average of 8.25 million. I mean, it was still the most watched thing on Saturday night, right started to me. I think there's a few things right. I think a few things going to this More people. Less people are watching national sports. I think people are still watching their local teams and with a short season and with the playoffs happening, and with you know Todd, the N B a in the NHL and even baseball, having games at all different times of the day, I felt like that had a lot to do with it. I think that when you start adding the fact of the pandemic in there and what families we're dealing with, and You know what each family has to go through on a daily basis, and whether you're helping your kids with homework or zoom and trying to figure that stuff out, Or maybe you just maybe you just don't want to watch sports, or maybe you maybe you cut down your cable and, like, parsed it down so much that maybe cord cutting has become more of a thing is people you know, have their salaries cut in their jobs cut. Maybe they're cutting that as well. I think that as long as sports continue to dominate whatever's on right, like you're not seeing like supermarket sweep was it didn't beat the Sunday Night football game last night or the NLCS game last night thought. Okay, So I, um But until that that's happening, then I'll start to get worried. People are still consuming sports people are still consuming, You know, maybe maybe people would watch the MBA finals because it was just basically a foregone conclusion that the Lakers are going to win. And unless your MBA fan You're like, all right. Well, I guess the heater, okay..

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"david bowling" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:27 min | 1 year ago

"david bowling" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Welcome back this is handled on the wall marginal legal advice said David it's already ill hello David bowl thank you sure I agreed did you work on my girlfriend at the time card I would she would pay for the parts and I would do the labor for free well after the fact that she was dating someone else so now I want to sue her the number one Chennai and number two is what you are for March and labor separate she asked me for some of the parts already but not the total amount yeah okay I got it how much money yeah I did you did she pay you for parts and is still left or how much did you lose on the parts the parts of Paul you're bound three hundred dollars that you lost correct okay so she paid you three hundred dollars less than that were you paid more three enrolled more than she paid for the parts okay and labor how many hours you spend on labor about twenty five hours so it's a lot of labor yeah we we can't normally charge how much all you well I figured it out on the low end at fifty dollars an hour all right well for a mechanic all right I mean it's not terrible it's it's reasonable all right and on the other question not how good was he in the sack that's important very good very good okay how many if you had to guess how many times did you stop her over the course of your relationship I'm gonna do some out here I want to say that you know yeah you do how long were you with for about four years four years and you were in the sack with her what a couple times a week yeah probably all right so over four years to two hundred weeks I don't know two hundred weeks out so yeah I guess so odd that a four hundred times that you had sex with her and she's very good now this is legally very important okay so what you have to figure out is twenty three hundred dollars into four thousand shops so it down is so let's say it was two thousand so effectively fifty Bucks a gold and you said she's very good all right so effectively if you went to a hooker would and I'm not saying she has please don't misunderstand I'm not accusing her but let's say you want to a hooker all of the all the quality of sex was it worth fifty dollars yes okay okay that's the math you have to do because you are not going to get a dime back it's considered a gift to her unless there is a written contract the fact that she was dating someone else has nothing to do with it so the only thing you can do is do the math and figure on all right fifty dollars away yeah especially if you were just exchanging labor keep in mind she was engaged in labor which of course is growing you and if you were engaged in helping her so the bottom line is I David you're out to lunch I just enjoy it what happened all right R. Marcia hi Marcia a bill of not made up a will or living trust because I have very little property but on my four oh one K. I do have a beneficiary and on my bank account so I do have a P. O. D. E. R. my beneficiaries in POD gonna have problems collecting what they have well we okay if you don't have a will and when you talk about a beneficiary the beneficiary gets the money virtually automatically all right the P. O. D. it has to I in fact transferred the money on your behalf and at this point there isn't an estate so what will happen is the closest member of your family is entitled to all of your property and there and then they have to open up an intestate Todd DOTD probate which means that they get to file open up a probate I mean it's a pain in the rear and it really is all right do you know who you want to leave the money to as opposed to the law deciding your closest relative and I'm not even your clothes is where I live the way you feel I mean legally legally my over my brother doesn't want the property all right then thank you then here's what you want to do you know the easiest way to put try to throw it all into a tries to relieve a we'll we'll leaving your property and then they'll be a probate easily opened and if it may even be a summary probate because it is I the property may not be worth all that much I think it's I don't know under forty or sixty or whatever that the the amount is you can just do a summary probate which is very easy to do which is procedural so the bottom line is if you have anything it really is it's two hundred Bucks for a wheel Marcia you know you're going line maybe it's a hundred and fifty maybe two hundred and thirty for all I know so just a guy on your website now yeah I know no you want to go to one of the internet will companies that not at you don't want to trust and estate lawyer not forget you don't need that you only do that when you're fairly complicated situation where you have assets and their intermingled and that money goes to different people now just get a wheel on the internet and deal with it all right S. hello Douglas welcome to handle yes I was hit by a truck it and I was at a stoplight and.

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Two generic drugs being tested in U.S. in race to find Coronavirus treatments

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03:37 min | 2 years ago

Two generic drugs being tested in U.S. in race to find Coronavirus treatments

"Up the federal government is hoping some existing medications might work as a cure for covert nineteen here's ABC's George Stephanopoulos with Amy Robach illustrating Dr David ball where fresh at the university of Minnesota medical school leading one of these major trials right now doctor board thank you for joining us tell us exactly which which truck you're testing in this trial why you think it might work yeah so the most number testing is called hydroxy Cork win so it's related to core crime and serve another formulation of that and and so has mentioned that it has activity and in a laboratory setting in a in a cell culture model that against the sars virus in and the new novel coronavirus and so it has activity and in a lab setting and there's been been using it a little bit for treatment of of sick patients and so we're looking at whether it can prevent infection tell us a little about the study you're trying to sign up fifteen hundred people who've already been exposed to the virus to tell us how it will work yeah so we're looking at people with high risk exposures of healthcare workers who've been exposed to an unknown patient with chronic virus or household contacts or someone in your household this that's been diagnosed with a high risk exposures and seeing if we can treat people in the first three days after their exposure to prevent them going ons from developing infection and disease it is first come to the residents of the truck will be available almost immediately is is that real right now tell us exactly how far along you are and what difference you have this kind of actually make yes I think president trump is very excited about this is your potential game changer there still is a lot of work to be done and it's very important to me to work for us and to really determine does the medicine work or is it just something that works in a test tube and in a laboratory setting that doesn't actually work for patients and so for prevention that that we don't know if it works and so the medicine may have side effects and toxicities and so it's not something or to rush out and and and you because as you mentioned that it may take medicine supply with from people who do need it and so our goal is really to determine if it is effective to prevent infection and prevent hospitalizations and prevent more serious complications what's the timeline here so our goals are all fifteen hundred patients we started on Tuesday we've enrolled ten percent so with her and rolled out over a hundred and fifty patients that a volunteer for the study and our goal is really to enroll patients as rapidly as possible and that the follow up time here it is it's two weeks to see two people develop infection and disease within two weeks and so ideally this is something that can be done over the the span of the next several weeks to completely enroll the trial and and have a answer and and four to six weeks it just depends on how quickly we can get our patients enrolled we don't want everyone at this ever you know heard about from virus we do just want to limit their trial enrollment to high risk health care workers or household contacts and just for more information people can email a covert nineteen at U. M. M. dot EDU and I can get instructions on how they might enroll in the trial to one of our next steps as we do on a tree people that are not yet hospitalized I think once people are hospitals are very sick and there's a lot of different trials and treatments that people are trying one of things we discuss some of that yeah FDA as well as our own if exporters whether we can expand enrollment in our trial too people who are early in the infection and an infection with just Lee asked sometimes in the first few days what if we give them the therapy if that prevents them from more severe complications are needing hospitalization so that's something hopefully we can expand our trial next week that's Dr David bowl where of the university of Minnesota medical school speaking with ABC's George Stephanopoulos and Amy

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"david bowling" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

15:07 min | 2 years ago

"david bowling" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Continues on five seventy K. L. I. house as we just heard from Rick Delano there has been some blowback from mainstream scientists who of either ignored or poo poo the whole thing and and art what we're trying to hope that I get think it probably goes away but these ideas have caught on with the audience a particular appealing to young people wrecked tell us about that yeah it's an interesting thread when as as I told both caring woman began the project I said ultimately every documentary film makes itself my job is to hold on to the pony up because it's going to go where it's gonna go whatever the camera sees we look at in the editing room and the things that works stay in the things that don't go away and there's really no way to tell how it's all going to work out wondering if it was really amazing about this project was that as we were developing the edits and sort of sharing it around at some of the production to facilities in Hollywood were working I began to notice that Wolfgang was resonating fairy very strongly with the millennials in the gym acts in the general in the GMC they were really responding to this guy yeah right I wish I could say that I had planned rattle long but that would be a lot I I had no anticipation that this bond was going to be so red brick readily apparent and I've also miss myself why you do this what is it that these young people see in wolf K. that is causing them to have such a an affection for him in a any ready this to listen to him I can't tell you what that is except I don't think they've ever met anyone like him I don't think that most young people today have had the experience of encountering the man who almost comes from a world that that has receded into the past this is a man he studied physics when Richard Feynman was still teaching Cornell he really is a an exemplar of that grand old European tradition of ancient via of old V. on that before the **** he is a a truly noble and bend and brilliant man but we're very delighted that he does in fact seem to be reaching the the younger audiences well you know it's it's been said many times before about scientific progress is made when people die off I mean that's to back your half's science progresses funeral by funeral I will take a couple calls on the wildcard line may god in New York hi good morning good morning gentlemen excellent excellent program I had some brief comment that is a compliment and a two part question Rick dad at let's say that I really appreciate your work I think your dressing it seems that we live in Texas he I lied had become the so called enemies have become so deeply corrupt chaotic and even fabulous that that what you are showing and what your study and and talking about is what the problem is because it's humanity understood none the locality or and tangle meant that we wouldn't be where we are especially is artificial intelligence and all these digital technology I suppose a certain night nee as red robot so good so good together except but my question is when I heard you was coming on I looked at a book in my library that I read several years ago it's Michael Talbot tablet P. A. L. B. O. T. the holographic universe so the first part of my question is what are your thoughts because he also seem to be doing didn't turn it what reality really is and the second part of my question the last part deals with your knowledge on as he attends whether we're talking about Hannah Basil I of the plant based such substances have been meaning god feeling of god reaching I'd thing and whether this is some half way to get to the beach and real reality in very unreal behind and if you have my questions I listen over there thank you so much for your work thank you very much yes V. D. holographic universe is a a C. systems gaining more and more attention for a lot of reasons but the most important reason is precisely the one that you mentioned the non locality that is not experimentally established to be a fundamental aspect of our world I mean you can argue about whether it contradicts relativity you're going to somehow get around that that's not the real question the real question is did the holistic nature of the universe is disclosing itself to our experiment and this is something that is so profound that many people are attempting to explain this from within the concept of a hologram and chief among these of course was the brilliant David bowl who almost single handedly shop in the world with his development of of of what they call the pilot wave theory interpretation of quantum mechanics which I think has serious problems but one thing that it re captures that Wolfgang Smith absolutely applauds and and and champions is the idea that we are trying to understand the world by chopping it up into its tiniest little parts and then trying to explain the whole from the standpoint of the tiniest little parts what the holographic universe and David Bohm's brilliant conceptual that incorporates this idea is that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts and we see a similar kind of thing happening in biology where the attempt to reduce the study of life to the constituent parts of the genome it's just running into real problems and there are experimental outcomes things that we can observe in the laboratory that are pointing to something beyond just this idea of analyzing and separating out the parts and try to understand the whole from parts so I think that the holographic universe people are on to something and it is precisely the recovery of this idea of a wholeness that is greater than the sum of the parts her other question was about the god feeling from the bins I don't know what that is exactly well I I'm afraid I must confess that I'm in the same boat you are George I haven't got the slightest bit of a knowledge or insight to offer on that point so rather than make a fool of myself I will simply apologize for not being able to to to offer anything of value but we thank you for the call we move on to Walt in Allentown Pennsylvania good morning Walt you're not good to talk to you once again Mister dollar knows very thought provoking conversation I just wanted to say that anyone who thinks that we are living in an illusory your whole a graphic universe or reality should just go stand on a railroad tracks and where wait for a second thousand bound freight train to come along and won the engineer hedged at airborne will bring it back to reality real quick well I always love I always love it when somebody hits the nail right on the head there is no question about it well you know we want to get philosophical late great doctor Carl Sagan said that in defining what we are and if you know used to say that we humans are stars stop growing consciousness now well good strap late from what the doctors say it's all like to say that the the more you know the more you know that you don't know what that what that means is that it's impossible to know everything no other words there's always knows something is is simply that know that another question exit I mean I hate driving on the article cyclotrons and what not we're searching for there is a god the so called god particle as a Higgs boson neutrino IT sector but you know what when they discover these particles they realize that there's a whole universe within that particle so you know it's an analysts you know some businesses say it's like a bubble slot producing more bubbles like soap bubbles side you know just producing more and more bubbles of reality thank you all we got the point let's let the wrecked Elaine weighed in on that thanks for the call well it is it is the year it is both the great strength and the great limitation of the scientific method that we can never know with certainty anything besides propose a science by its nature and this is great strength people think this is a weakness and science quite to the contrary this is the great magical bullet inside science is always open to the next experiment that will overthrow everything that we present the things that we know this is the this is the great power of the scientific method the important thing that I think we are about to recover which is been missing to a greater or lesser extent the last few centuries is the tremendous success of the scientific enterprise over the last few centuries has almost understand religious to think that what science can tell us we don't need to know that science is in fact the only way of knowing that there is that he is certainly not the case that is primarily the lesson that Wolfgang Smith tells us that every quantum experiment is trying to tell us that there are aspects of the world that trend sent be strictly reductionist materialist physical process not to take anything away from physics it's an incredibly important aspect of reality but it is not the whole of reality something you said in the last segment where right before the break about CERN the super collider it's a do you know what we have been waiting a lot of people thought it was going to be the end of the world and then with a last thought yeah we're finally going to get some answers what we it's landed with a big thud yes it has it's it's it's terrible news but great news and here's the terrible this he has reached a point in its exploration of the small we're the paradoxes order to try and resolve these paradoxes by some physical theory the ball right again getting down to quantity in fields and particles and equations they have run out of the ability to run experiments because the theory you need to be tested at energy levels that are beyond anything that we can produce so they went to the governments of the year at the advanced civilizations based on theoretical worked it was done and came to fruition in the nineteen seventies and this is what we know today as string theory and string theory is simply the attempt to marry general relativity with court is just another attempt to Mary Feinstein with quantum physics and Wolfgang who is a mathematician tells me that the mathematics is absolutely stunningly beautiful that is so beautiful that the smartest guys in the world made a decision around nineteen seventy that this had to be right this was far too beautiful not to be right and so they prevailed upon the governments of the world to build this man particle accelerator in Switzerland culture and the goal of CERN was essentially to create particle collisions at energies that would be so far beyond anything we had ever attempted before that they were hopeful that we would be given to see signs of an entirely new class of particles that were predicted by the string theorists they have come up absolutely empty and this is a profound disappointment because the experiments are so expensive now that they can't just you know do every single proposal that comes down the pike they better for pretty much on string theory and what they had hoped to see in the particle accelerator experiments at CERN has been a tremendous disappointment that the theoretical foundations of string theory have not banned but we have not found anything not even white reasons for hope that that is something that we can actually passed and dead end and confirm based on the energy we are likely to be able to attain at anytime in the near future so this is a pro phone data they really have reached a almost an unprecedented I would say dead end because on the one hand they have all of these massive trillions that led them to believe they were on the right track these people are not stupid but none the less.

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"david bowling" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"david bowling" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Homeless dot org before you do run out of time David any major point we've left out about either congregation for the homeless or the the homeless crisis or how what emergency what people should do right away or whatever you might want to go or re visit here in our last couple minutes you know I couple things come to mind one is I just want to say thank you to the community your what makes this possible and there's so many people in this community that are giving their their time their money their advocacy there's so much that's going on and off and you don't get to see what I see which is I get to see a guy with the tears in his eyes because he's just been handed a key to a home and he's so grateful I get to see a guy coming back from his first day on the job going David I'm on the path I get to see hundreds several hundreds of success stories we're seeing several hundred men a year leave homelessness through our programs I will also say there's more our programs that there's more still more need to need that we need to me as a community so I really want to invite you to come be a part of it whether if you're not on the east side and there's a local shelter near you go there because it will transform you to come and see these men it'll help expand your view and it'll transform their world that's how we're going to move forward is together well that's great I'm glad he ended on that I loved hearing that that success is really the biggest part of this and I'm glad you you're focused on that I should ask that a long time ago thank you David we are out of time that we have been talking with David bowling from congregations for the homeless David thank you so much for coming in today and sharing thanks also for a much bigger thanks for all the congregation for the homeless has been doing for those in need in our community thank you so much thank you for having me this is been wonderful if you'd like to hear this.

"david bowling" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"david bowling" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"In America loving citizens from CD shining sea. Welcome frontlines of freedom raw. I'm marine vet. Skip coryell. Thanks for joining us this week is Memorial Day, and we salute in reverence and all those who died in military service, while protecting and defending our great country. Joining me at the fifty caliber microphone today is co host air force vet Josh. Ling. What's up Josh? On this solemn weekend. I have just three words to share. No, they're not rest in peace. They are never forget, Amen. Thanks, josh. And she worn officer Roland Ashby, is looking incredibly patriotic today. What's going on in your life, Roland? They'll give him just real enjoying springtime. Finally makes me even more patriotic and sounds right. But, you know, you have Memorial Day, which is important then you go into the fourth of July. Right. It's patriotic season when we end kind of that summer season. Oh, wait. That's not let's not get let's, let's savor it, Roland. We're going to save it, and I feel more patriotic to when it's seventy degrees or Adalat skip. Here's what we have for you today on news and comment by the non com. I'm going to discuss American warriors being sent to prison for doing their jobs in combat. Then make a plea to President Trump retired general Dana Atkins, the CEO of military officers association of America will discuss the meaning of Memorial Day. We'll also get an important update on the imprisonment army first Lieutenant Clinton Lorraine. With former army Jag David bowl Janelle, and then.

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"david bowling" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"david bowling" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"In America loving citizens from see shining. See, we're frontlines of freedom raw. I'm marine vet. Skip coryell. Thanks for joining us this week is Memorial Day, and we salute in reverence and all those who died in military service, while protecting and defending our great country. Joining me at the fifty caliber microphone today is co host air force vet Josh. Ling. What's up Josh? On this solemn weekend. I have just three words to share. No, they're not rest in peace. They are never forget a man. Thanks, Josh and Chief Warrant Officer role and Ashby. Looking incredibly patriotic today. What's going on in your life, Roland they'll give them real enjoin springtime finally makes me even more patriotic? All right. But, you know you get Memorial Day which is important than go into the fourth of July. Right. It's patriotic season when we end kind of that summer season. Oh, wait. That's not. Let's not yet. Let's ingredient while we savor it, Roland. We're going to save it, and I feel more patriotic to when it's seventy degrees or Adalat skip. Here's what we have for you today on news and comment by the non com. I'm going to discuss American warriors being sent to prison for doing their jobs in combat. Then make a plea to President Trump retired general Dana at the CEO of military officers association of America will discuss the meaning of Memorial Day. We'll also get an important update on the imprisonment of army first Lieutenant Clinton, Laura. With former army Jag David bowl Janelle, and then we'll.

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"david bowling" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"david bowling" Discussed on KOMO

"Basement of Saint Luke Lutheran church in Bellevue. A simple song paints, a complicated picture. Really a blessing now the outside on the street. We know where to go after word Stoltze will tell you tough life choices left him without a home. The first night, I said street when I got kicked out of Jews already twenty six degrees. I literally didn't think I'd make Nick is the type of man David bowling See's daily of Saint people with two houses, and boats and cars end up here. Mulling the executive director for the congregation for the homeless and organization helping men become whole being homeless is a time job. And it wears you down. Where's your sense of identity down? Currently eleven thousand two hundred homeless living King County nearly forty five hundred considered unsheltered and Seattle much lower in east. King County less than four hundred many say, CF H, helps keep the east side clear of homeless encampments in parks and along freeways, where it all began twenty five years ago when they began recruiting local churches, and congregations to open their basements, and become a monthly show. Alter the shelter for the month of may Saint, Luke Lutheran and Bellevue in June. The shelter move to Christ the king Lutheran east gate and each month, a different congregation becomes a shelter a total of twelve opened up their basements, but other congregations also help out another seventeen provide volunteers meals. We have a lot of Lutheran church Presbyterian, some Jewish synagogues, Sikhs, and Muslims supporting them, we've got a real interfaith group of people Kenny, drew volunteered since one thousand.

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"david bowling" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

12:59 min | 3 years ago

"david bowling" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Very standing young man that loves his country and willingly and proudly chose to service country. What you just heard? There was the mother of Clinton aransas was a video she put out pleading with then President Barack Obama about the case of her son. We have covered this many many many times on this program. Now, the president had something very interesting this week as it relates to navy seal, Eddie Gallagher. Any set an honor of his past service to our country navy seal Eddie Gallagher will soon be moved to less restrictive confinement. While he awaits his day in court process should move quickly. And in the case of Gallagher was arrested on September eleventh while receiving medical care came. Cam Pendleton has been held in San Diego's naval consolidated Brig Miramar with like oh sex offenders rapist pedophile 's, you know, the lawmakers blasted during a Capitol Hill rally on Thursday Gallagher's pleaded not guilty to war crimes stemming from a deployment to Iraq nearly two years ago. And you know, we have this problem where especially under the rules of engagement of Obama. We ever problem that is that you have men and women in the in the battlefield that are being second-guessed while they are having handcuffs put on them. And then if they make a wrong. Decision. This is during a time of war. Then they are being held accountable, and they're trying to prosecute these people. And it's not, you know, we told you about Christian, south CA. Okay. He had six pictures of the submarine. He was so proud to work. It, thankfully, and he served his time had to leave his mother and his wife and his daughter and spend a year in jail only case of Clint Lawrence. You know, this is a travesty of Justice because of these asinine rules of engagement during the Obama years, and they will put in place and literally Clinton just become they platoon leader about a week or week and a half. After members of that platoon were killed by jihadists radical Islamist in Afghanistan that were riding motorcycles like it, for example, like they were with a car bomb. So all of a sudden Clinton is there with his platoon. He's leading that platoon. And they only really has split-second decide. Oh, are these people in the motorcycle that are coming towards his platoon? Just like what happened before I got here that killed these guys are they she hottest are is this another example or not. So we had to make split-second decision. He made the decision that he couldn't risk the lives of his men and as a result. Well, now he's facing what thirty years in jail. And the sad part is is since this trial, and all this took place new web in this particular case where they actually the people that died on the motorcycles. Yeah. Their fingerprints. In other words, DNA evidence is available on I E DS that were planted in and around the same area. Biometric details that they didn't have emplaced evidence that exonerates Clint because he rightly figured out. They were who they were which by the way, you know, if we're going to send our brave men and women to go fighting a battlefield put handcuffs on them when Tyler hands behind their back, and they have to make split-second decisions that we're gonna sit back in the comfort of our own protected homes. Thanks to them, and then put them on trial and put them in jail for the rest of their life. No that can't happen. Not in this country. Don Brown joins us. He's the author of the travesty of Justice the shocking prosecution of Lieutenant Clint Iran's also Jag officer and he's on Clinton's legal team. And this book is exposing. What is now overwhelming evidence to exonerate Clinton Laurens? He's not guilty of anything. And, you know, do you know, if this has gotten into the hands of the president is the president aware of Clinton ranches case, Sean, thanks for sticking with the fight here. And this is a marathon for Justice, and you've been a warrior, you're right. Clint is guilty of nothing. I don't know whether this is gotten into the president's hands. But I know guy named Sean Hannity walk over there when we get a copy of the book in your hands. But I can tell you this now is the time for action Quinton needs to be exonerated now. And as you mentioned John Maher who's been on your show number times lead counsel for the defence. Team in this case, Wisconsin enough to bring me on board is the fourth Jag officer fighting for Clinton freedom along with Kevin Michael Schick and David bowl, Johnny. And this is not a close call what we are hoping to do to see President Trump's on what we call. Disapproval of fundings and sentencing to vacate the whole thing not just a pardon pardon would be nice. But the problem is it implies guilt. He's guilty of nothing chrome west said recently that try to charge these guys for murder in a battlefield about a stupid is writing speeding tickets Daytona five hundred and I can tell you this Clinton's rotting eleven worth for six years. And he's got got a twenty year sentence commuted one year done in nineteen thirteen years to sit there because he put his next on the blonde for me, and you and it's time to right this wrong. I can tell you this. These more recent travesties against Eddie Gallagher and against mad Goldstein, a really shooting a bad acid into the morale of the current US military been gone for six years, but we gotta clean up. Trying to secure the border the military. You gotta have good order discipline. You can't have these despicable political prosecutions, but Clinton needs to be freed. Now not tomorrow not thirty minutes from now not a year from now. But now it's time for him to walk out free about away. Sean I was with with Clint five times last year Leavenworth. And when when he's finally out he's going to be one of the greatest interviews that you ever. Did you ever the guy is unbelievable? He's a patriot. He still loves his country, despite the fact that he's been shafted. He still loves the army, and he still wants to serve and President Trump. You're listening disapprove cynicism. Findings now restore Clint active duty and give back pay for the time that he's been rotting away eleven without pay. And then promote them commensurate with his time and services time to right this wrong. Let me ask you one question, which I never understood in this case, I understand the the insanity. The Obama rules of engagement. I think descr. Accurately the circumstances under which he had to make split-second decision. Right. Okay. And I explained I think pretty accurately that the rules of engagement were in place, and you know, the biometrics evidence that exonerates Clint literally has not been used as relates the forensics as with the two she hottest that were pro ching this platoon. What I don't understand is. Why that evidence didn't be brought before military jury. They know that clint's man had shot and killed the enemy and the prosecution portrayed the motorcycle riders as if they were on a Sunday stroll in the park, and you know, they these were just poor innocent farmers. We now comprised beyond any doubt that that's not true. But what I don't understand is that clint's men were ordered to testify against him or face murder charges themselves. Now, we now know. Just following this whole special prosecutor issue that it is a very common practice that. If you sing or compose you'll get a get out of jail free card. Right. Okay. But the problem here is how many of these of his own guys did that to save their own Astrum going to jail themselves for the rest of their lives. Sean you ask a very good question. This evidence is metric seven a lot. Most Americans don't know that one of the things that Jenner portrays put into place around two thousand seven the US army was taking fingerprints have just about everybody in Afghanistan the original. And so we're doing that. Because you set it up earlier these days. More Americans were killed by bombs in the ground then than by bullets in the Afghan war. You know, this this this patrol on the morning. These y'all who's reshot by head to March in a straight single file line a hundred yards long. You step to the left. The right boom, you blow up so we were collecting evidence. And so Maher John O'hurley council did not take the case into afterwards. John had some experience working in Afghanistan with his prosecution Brigham so he knew about it. But to go back to the original trial the defense team at the regional trial, which is a different group of lawyers did request discovery asking for about metrics data, and it was not delivered. It was hidden from the military judge referred to it as going deep into the Abbas. This was exonerated evidence. Hid deliberately from the military. Why because they wanted to deliver head on a silver platter to appease the Karzai administra-. Hummy Karzai, then you've nailed it on the head with these rules of engagement it really dates back to the summer of twenty eleven but the ninety ninety six days between operation Neptune, spear taking out bin Laden and the shootdown extortion. One seven August, six twenty eleven things change a bomb comes out on June twenty-fourth, repealing Afghantistan he gives a definite pullout date and Karzai goes ballistic because he knows he can't survive without American military power negotiating a Taliban. Shall we start negoti matab into town complaining about we're killing them, and they can complain about it under the guise of civilian chasm a bunch of BS bomb administration reacts by tightening the rules. One of the rules in place is basically, especially you gotta play battlefield lawyer. You can't shoot unless your shot at first. But if you're going to shoot first you gotta play battlefield lawyer which required these guys to go through a two now number one is hostile intent. Number two is a motorcycle comes up and pulls the Ripcord, you're dead. And that's the situation Clint head to face. It was a no one situation. I tell you this Sean, I spent a lot of time with last year. John Maher going out to see him again this coming weekend. But the young man said that, hey, if I had to make he had to make a decision the decision was either to protect in or take the risk. They're going to get killed this platoon would have gone home in thirty days and Clinton was determined that none of them will go home in body bags. And so in a split-second decision. If you said is you said, he's a pull the trigger. And and Clint told me that had he been wrong and not pull the trigger and not water his Clinton every even saw the motorcycle. He was didn't see it. But if his men. And not fired he'd been wrong. They've been taken out. He told me he would have lived in a prison. There was far worse than to prison that they put him in because that prison knowing that his men's blood on his hands would would have haunted him the rest of his life. We've got to put an end to it. This is an opportunity to present to go in and clean up. Some this crack military where we have at the top echelons and military still bleeding from the last administration where bureaucrats put the lives of the enemy hit alive Americans. We've got to stop it. And we have to improve discipline 'em morale in the military and President Trump didn't do that by freeing Clinton now and white boy this crap with Eddie, Eddie Gallagher, and Matt Goldstein and do it. Now, Mr President. I don't think I can say any better where you please send my best wishes. My thoughts my prayers to Clinton ranch, and I'll do my very best people think I have a lot more contact than actually do. But make sure that if I get an interview at any point in the near future with the president or even at a later point, I will get that book. To is staff in his hands. Sean, we're to million copies out. We sit down to eat book. One Americans to read it and call the White House to free Clinton now. All right. I appreciate it. I agree completely by the way, the book price of this is.

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"david bowling" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

07:39 min | 3 years ago

"david bowling" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Please. Full pardon. President Obama today you have shown mercy and granted presidential pardons mutations to over six hundred Americans who may for choices and ended up in prison with all due respect, sir. My son didn't make a poor choice. The only choice that he made was to serve his country. Mr President knowledge that those that you've taken full responsibility for their actions. Deserve a second chance. in cases where there may be severe deformities there may be a fetus that's non bible so in this particular example if a mother is in labor i can tell you exactly what would happen the infant would be delivered the infant would be kept comfortable the infant would be resuscitate if that's what the mother and the family desired and then a discussion would ensue between the physicians and the mother so so i think this was really blown out of proportion but again we want the government not to be involved in these types of decisions we want the decision to be made by the the mothers and their providers and this is why julie that legislators elegant most will soon of be whom moved are to men less restrictive by the way confinement shouldn't be telling while he a woman awaits his day what in she court should and shouldn't be process doing with her should body move and quickly do you think multiple and physicians should in the have case to of gallagher weigh in was arrested as on is september currently eleventh required she's while trying receiving to lift that requirement medical care well came i camp think pendleton it's always good to get has a been held second in san opinion diego's naval and for for consolidated at least two brig providers to miramar be involved in with that like decision oh because sex offenders these decisions rapists should shouldn't be taken pedophile lightly and 's and so you know you the know lawmakers i would certainly blasted support more during than one a provider capitol hill right rally now on thursday gallagher's women are pleaded able not to access guilty to an abortion war crimes in the later stages stemming of pregnancy from deployment under to iraq certain conditions nearly two with years approval ago of medical and doctors you know i've we done have nothing this problem to change that where especially under the rules of engagement of obama how late in the third trimester we have a problem could a physician that is that perform you an have abortion men of he indicated it and would impair women them until health in of the the in of the the battlefield woman that are being second guessed physical while they are okay having handcuffs okay put i'm talking on about them the mental health and then if they so make a i wrong mean decision through this the is third during trimester a time of war the third trimester goes all the way up then to forty they weeks are being held okay accountable but and they're trying to the to end prosecute of the third trimester these people i think and we it's have not a limited in the you bill know we so told you about christian south c._a. okay he had six pictures where of it's the submarine obvious that was so woman proud is to about work to give it birth thankfully she has physical and he served signs his time of had to leave his that mother she's about to and his give wife birth and his daughter with and spend that still a year in be a jail point at which she could only request case an abortion of if clint she lawrence was so certified you know this is another travesty of justice because of these asinine she's dilating rules of engagement during the mr obama chairman years that would be and a they you will know put in a place decision and that literally the clinton doctor just become the physician and they the platoon women understand leader that i'm asking about if you're bill a week allows or week that and a half after my bill would allow members that yes of that platoon were killed by year jihadists radical house islamist member in afghanistan kathy that tran were riding motorcycles proposed a like link it third-term for example like trimester they were with a car bomb a portion ville so all of a sudden hurt the clinton whole is there flack with his over platoon basically he's leading that platoon you can terminate the and shell they only really they're has coming a split through second the decide oh are these people in years the successor motorcycle governor that are north coming instead towards his platoon even just after like what which happened vote before it would i be got up to here the they killed these parents guys recess are make they it comfortable ziada then maybe are is this another the example terminated or not execute it whatever so we the had word to make is split-second that decision created a firestorm he if you made were governor the decision would that you he couldn't have risk the vetoed lives that of bill his men hitch against and the bill as a result is well i now he's believe facing it was what thirty you know years virginia in jail law curly choirs and the that sad four part women is can is end a since third trimester this trial penalty and all this took place she must get three new evidence shepherd was doctors discovered to evaluate in this particular the pregnancy case really where they actually necessary the people that he'll died this on the was motorcycles a sense yeah bill their that fingerprints in the sense you in go other words three to one to d._n._a. help people in evidence rural communities is available it's very on rarely i. say e. twice ds in nineteen that years were planted in but and around unfortunately the same area became political governor would you veto biometric the bill details yes or no that they didn't i have would not emplaced be told evidence that bill that exonerates i would not clint have vetoed that bill because now he rightly we gotta go back we figured just out heard they were who they were which by this the way woman you know we're who going to send our introduced brave men and women the bill by the way on the same to go day fight introduced a battlefield a bill to protect these put handcuffs butterflies on them that are when called tyler butterflies hands behind whatever their back they were called and they have kathy to make tran split-second house of commons decisions that we're member going to sit she back was in asked the comfort specifically oh of our own protected what about homes during thanks to the them dilation process and in other then words put that them on is trial the birthing and put them in jail process for the rest of their life the canker no that worm can't happen which he not i in this country you know introduce the same frigging don day brown joins us he's protect the author the of the worm travesty of the justice becomes the some shocking type of prosecution offshoot of a of butterfly lieutenant clinton marantz also jag officer and he's on clinton legal team and this book is exposing what is now overwhelming evidence to exonerate clinton lawrence he's not guilty of anything and you know do you know if this has gotten into the hands of the president is the president aware of clinton aransas case sean thanks for sticking with a fight here and this is a marathon for justice and you've been a warrior you're right clint is guilty of nothing i don't know whether this has gotten into the president's hands but i know a guy named sean hannity walk over were there to them when we get a copy of the book in your hand back and tell you this now is the time for action clinton needs to be exonerated now and as you mentioned john maher who's been on your show number times league who's lead counsel for the defense team in this case was kind of have to bring me on board the fourth jag ostra fighting for clinton's freedom along with kevin michael and david bowls yanni and this is not a close call what we are hoping to do to see president trump's son what we call disapproval of findings and sentencing to vacate the whole thing not just a part apartment would be nice but the problem shown with the part is it a plot it implies guilt he's guilty of nothing chrome west said recently that try to charge these guys for murder in a battlefields about as stupid as writing speeding tickets at the daytona five hundred and i can tell you this clinton's rotting eleven worth for six You years can't let and evil he's got continue you know like he had this. a twenty This year is sentence these are was commuted fully one year formed down in nineteen baby years is he not still about had the abortion. thirteen years to sit there Even because he put his if next you allow infanticide. on the blind for Anyway, me and House you Republican and whip it's time Steve to Scalise right this is wrong with us. How i are can you? tell you this Hey, doing these well, more Sean, recent great to be back with travesties you. And thank against you for for eddie highlighting. gallagher and Just against how a barbaric man goals are this a process really is shooting the procedure a of of bad murdering a baby when it's acid born alive into and the morale what we're doing the current to stop u._s. it. military Okay. So you clinton's need been gone though. for six Even years if but we gotta you soon clean this you're up gonna president get every trump's Republican, doing a great job right? trying to secure the border Yeah. but you We guys secure by the the military way, we you gotta just have started good order discipline collecting you signatures. can't have these We've despicable already exceeded political one hundred prosecutions and twenty five but signatures. clinton needs to There be was freed a line literally now out the not door of tomorrow the house chamber not thirty today minutes during from now the one not thirty a year from votes now series, but now it's time and for him we're still to walk collecting out free signatures about and my on goal is i was to be with well over one with hundred clinton fifty five times by the last end of today, year leavenworth and and when when to get he's every finally Republican out aside, he's going and to integrate then and interviews then they start that getting you ever some Democrats did you ever to the guy sign, is unbelievable and frankly, he's a Sean patriot to engage he people still all around loves the his country country despite who the fact what that he's when been I've shafted talked to people he about still it. loves the It's army not and a question he still of whether wants or not to serve support it and president people trump are shocked, you're listening Sean that it's disapprove legal in America innocent findings to now murder restore a baby clinton after active it's been born duty alive and outside given the back womb. pay for the Literally time transcends that he's been the rotting abortion away at debate leavenworth without pay because they're and pro then choice promote people them commensurate with that his time and think service it's services wrong. time kill to the right baby this after wrong and it's so born you just alive let me let and me ask yet they're you on one a question legal protections which i never understood some states in this have case protections i understand but the clearly the as you insanity saw new york the obama in rules virginia of engagement and other states i think i described they're allowing accurately it to happen the circumstances or moving to under try to which he had legalize to make a split-second it we decision need to stand up and say all innocent life is precious but those most vulnerable of the ones that need the protections the most and this liability and wagner's bill from missouri but my.

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"david bowling" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"david bowling" Discussed on KTOK

"And then put them on trial and put them in jail for the rest of their life no that can't happen not in this country don brown joins us he's the author of the travesty of justice the shocking prosecution of lieutenant clint marantz also jag officer and he's on clinton legal team and this book is exposing what is now overwhelming evidence to exonerate clinton laurent's he's not guilty of anything and you know do you know if this has gotten into the hands of the president is the president aware of clinton aransas case sean thanks for sticking with the fight here and this is a marathon bridge and you've been a warrior you're right clint is guilty of nothing i don't know whether this has gotten into the president's hands but i know a guy named sean hannity could walk over there to them when we get a copy of the book in your hands but i can tell you this now is the time for action clinton needs to be exonerated now and as you mentioned john maher who's been on your show number times league who was lee counsel for the defence team in this case was kind enough to bring me on board as the fourth jag ostra fighting for clinton freedom along with kevin michael check and david bowl johnny and this is not a close call what we are hoping to do to see president trump signed what we call disapproval of findings and sentencing to vacate the whole thing not just a part apartment would be nice but the problem sean with a pardon is it plot it implies guilt he's guilty of nothing you know colonel west said recently that try to charge these guys for murder in a battlefield about a stupid is writing speeding tickets at the daytona five hundred and i can tell you this clint spins rotting eleven worth for six years and he's got you know he had a twenty year sentence was commuted one year down in nineteen years he still has the thirteen years to sit there because he put.

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"david bowling" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"david bowling" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Resulted in a rest of to Floyd county residents. According to documents filed in the Florida district court the fight started between two females before the Christmas play began in church, and it's built outside with the husband the boyfriend of those women. Several also reported in the case files, including injury to a child the child's mother and grandmother and the preachers claim that he was punished when he was trying to break up the fight. Just a man that guy trying to break up the fight. And he gonna get punched. The girlfriends habit to an Compton twenty arrived with Marc Anthony Gilliam twenty one at Trimble got tapa l- church in Preston Berg with his to where his children were in a play called the gift accounts. Verbal confrontation between Compton and Gillian's wife, turn physical spilled outside. Gilliam allegedly choked his wife, the wife mother. The wise mother was holding a young child and was knocked to the ground by Compton. While police arrived the entire congregations were standing around the parking lot with a pickup trucks blocking the road. According to court documents congregation members day-to-day block the road to keep the insiders from leaving Gilliam allegedly lodged at officer when Gillian was terrible to turn around and remove his hands from his pockets when our tended to put handcuffs on Gilliam Gilliam refused. Put his hands on his back and poured away copter. Twenty faces misdemeanor charge the fourth degree assault child abuse second-degree disorderly conduct according to court records. She pleaded not guilty. According to Floyd county, chronicle and times Gilliam twenty one to to counter fourth degree assault. One witches listened to child abuse. Second degree disorderly conduct ministering. Resisting arrest, according to court fouls and Floyd county of chronicle the following day. Trimble chapel church. Pastor, David bowling. Five separate complaint against Gilliam alleging Gilliam hit him in the face while he was trying to separate the fight Gillian charter fourth degree or south Gillingham pleaded not guilty. And the judge ordered him stay away from the victims in the case. Guest the race. Black captain black cameras going black. Let's check the chat room assaulted a cop and didn't die white white white white. Can't the crab white. I know day I do on some pretty white doll. Let somebody got the nine, but Constan white white white. Nobody got shot white lunch at an officer didn't die white church. Let out all time I'm gonna say black and white so only in June going black pickup trucks. Slide pressure riding on this one. No, you know, again against my nature. I'm going to go white. And all right. Karen is going to white. So that means June is the only one that went black. And the correct answer is white. You got it. Some you did miss it..

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