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"david hare" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

06:06 min | Last week

"david hare" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Resident book lover and host of meet the writers, George and Godwin, who is, of course, at the event, good afternoon to you, Georgina. Hi, Marcus. It's lovely to talk to you. I want to take issue with your word book worm. Why? Well, you know, it sounds kind of negative, doesn't it? So I was wondering today where it came from. And there are actual insects that live in that love kind of eating the glue. But what I thought was really interesting was once I started looking at it in Indonesia, they call them book fleas in Romania. They call them library mouse in German. It's a redirect in French, it's an ink drinker and in Danish. It's a reading horse. I think I think compared to a read rat bookworm student anyway, but hey, let's talk about where you are now. So last year annual hey festival was partly held online and in person due to the pandemic, of course. So what is the situation over there? What does it look like? How has he recovered post COVID? It's bounce back so beautifully, of a pardon the dog. Did you bring your dog with you? Of course. Do you want to tell our listeners, what's happening over there? So it really has bounced back. It's absolutely brilliant. I mean, so last year, it was very, very kind of mostly online. There were very few events that happened actually in person. And so it's wonderful to see all of these people back in the room. I mean, people are masked, obviously. And I think that the rules in Wales are a little bit strict as it's been in England. But actually it's wonderful to see people there and actually to have people on the stage. Nothing can make up for that face to face experience. Now, how much can you tell us about the program of events lined up this time around? Show some wonderful things. The Oscar winner emerald fennel will be here the adventure of bear grilled broadcasters Anita Ronnie Claire balding feek lover Jane garvey also David hare who's talking about his essays and tone, lots of changes in culture and politics and he talks about all sorts of things from the photographer Lee Miller to Sarah Bernhardt to Jimmy Savile. All sorts of things very much kind of capturing the zeitgeist right now. A little bit later on today, I'm going to see Dan saladino who's exploring foods around the world that are threatened with extinction. And he looks at what this means for humanity and the future of the planet. Also Robin into the comedian writer and broadcaster is talking about one of the most popular science fit and science podcasts, the infinite monkey cage. And he talks about why science isn't just for professionals and why curiosity in the field really sparks humility. And I think possibly the biggest highlight for me is actually nothing to do with literature tomorrow night the actor Miriam margulies is switching on the town's Christmas lights and then she has an event. And of course that is really all about the community here. And the community is so strong. Not just locals and there is a wonderful local community, but also people coming in from all over the country, and indeed the world. And I think that's going to be a just like a massive street party. That sounds amazing. Tell me about how international that event is this time around obviously UK steel. It's a bit tricky to come to this country considering that you have to feel some forms and you have to book yourself a test. Do you think that has limited the number of participants from around the world? You know, I mean, there are a few people in terms of people who are actually speaking. There are a few people joining us on Zoom. So some of those are just, you know, digitally. But there are a lot of people. So for instance, the winner of the Bailey Gifford prize was here in person at the hear from the state and various others. And just looking at the members of the audience, it's clear that there are some people here from further fields who've taken that chance and book their tickets and luckily it's worked so that they've been able to be here. Now Georgina, what is their still about to take place you're looking forward to in particular? So much going on. And you know, it's really difficult when you look at a program and try and decide what it is that you're actually going to go and see. I think I'm really looking forward to Sarah hall, the author and also Elizabeth J and as I say, Miriam margulies will be wonderful. But there's also a lot of pop ups around the town. So there's a lot of food and drink, you know, you wouldn't think that Wales was a place for Mexican food, for instance, but there is a fantastic kind of mexicana pop up where you can go and get your tacos and things. And then as I say, the talent just comes alive and hey, of course, is known for its bookshops. And that, I think, is one of the key highlights for me because I'm not really working this time, not doing much on stage. So I'm going to have time to really root around in those bookshelves. Now, Marcus, I think you're aware of how much book post I guess at Monaco, probably around 15 books a week, but I'm afraid that doesn't stop me from buying more than I'm here. I hope you have got a big suitcase with you. Just finely chosen to paint a picture. What happens in the evening over there when the official programming ends for the days? They're much networking, mingling taking place, people eating tacos are the pups busy. Well, absolutely. As I said in French bookworm is drinker. Well, I think you could just put drinker in there. So there is a lot of socializing. And you know, it's just wonderful just to be able to catch up with members of the book community. And not just writers that were publishers, the PR and various other people. And of course, fellow book lovers or indeed book worms. More of course, Georgia Godwin, they're joining us from hey on why you are listening to the briefing on a monocle 24. And finally on today's program, it's time for our.

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"david hare" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

Trivia With Budds

02:54 min | 3 months ago

"david hare" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

"Aids ten trivia questions on movie initials. I'll give you the initials of a movie title. An actor or actress from that movie and the year it came out and you tell me what it is. This is trivia with buds. Welcome to another episode of the trivial buds. Podcast i'm your host ryan buds. Thanks checking out the show. And thanks even itunes reviews. We have hit three hundred. And we're on our way to four hundred by the end of the year. That is my new goal and the next four months to hit four hundred reviews of. You haven't left one yet. Go take a couple of minutes and do that. I would greatly appreciate it. I'm gonna read to you from a book. Called instant genius smart mouths the best quotations ever collected from the knowledge commons. These are about five or six quotes on good thinking so this first one is from benjamin franklin well done is better than well said benjamin franklin. Here's another one zelda fitzgerald said. i don't wanna live. I want to love i and live. Incidentally there you go. Zelda fitzgerald wife of f scott fitzgerald this next one says it's never too late in fiction or in life to revise. Nancy fair said that quote and this one week minds sink under prosperity as well as adversity but strong and deep ones have too high tides. David hare is the quote person. There two more to go there is only one thing more powerful than all the armies of the world and that is an idea whose time has come. Victor hugo and marie curie said nothing in life is to be feared. It is only to be understood. So some fun quotes from smart mouths. Which i used for a trivia round on quotes about a month or two ago and we'll have to do one of those again very soon. If you have ideas for things you want me to do in the intros here. If you have little tidbits little pieces of information little things that you would like me to touch on send them my way always looking for some content for the questions of the show and also the intro of the show all right. We've got movie initials. I'll give the initials and the actor actress in the movie year. You tell me what movie or talking about here. We go all right. Movie initials number one g. o. t. g. zoe sell donna. Two thousand fourteen. What is that movie from. Two thousand fourteen starring zoe saldana with the initials g. o. T. g. number one number. Two t. t. s. jim carey nineteen ninety eight t t s. Jim carey one thousand nine hundred ninety eight.

"david hare" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

05:47 min | 4 months ago

"david hare" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"On the goodyear hotline. Jason fitz bart scott saying. Did a little chilly in the studio. I'm not gonna lie. We'll chilly drinking a lot of water. Trying to take care of my voice right like all of these. Little chilly bart like i like you. You're like i need. I don't even know did try wake. That's a little jolt of energy. So i just you know with the cowboys reporting and we've been talking all week about camp this weekend. The buccaneers have been. We'll be reporting. We're asking you guys you can chime in triple eight say. Espn eight eight eight seven to nine three seven seven six. Who's the biggest threat to the buccaneers this year in the nfl for the super bowl. But you know. I think about what we just heard we need. We need practice. We need like in the in the sense of normalcy. But also to me. I keep looking at what we saw last year. And i say at some point we have to crumble like just crumpled up rookie performance. We have to crumple up free agents join teams last year like so much difference in the way preparation went last year. I think we're finally going to be able to relax and say hey. Let's see a normal. Nfl off season that leads to a normal nfl season. But it was very good point that you put up right because you know people don't understand protocols these guys were never together they walk through and stuff were different. They would go home. Have meetings on zoom calls right so missed that chemistry. You missed that communication when you're in the back and you you're able to sit next to your teammate. And it may just be working together on a certain play and you have the defense coordinator offense coordinator breaking play down. And he's breaking all the the the big picture but you're able to communicate with your friend and your team because we all sit together in groups. So mainly for instance david hare's or ray lewis weekday. Hey man if this happens again. I want you to play like this is how i see so you get the details right in the nuance of how how you see things collectively all. That was lost last year. All the chemistry been able to expand packages right. You have to keep things tight because what happens is a great coordinator. Great coach gives you the tools of the two bucks and you have to nowhere to to pull up. Pull out but you only know that by getting repetitions and being able to get put in these situations rather than practice rose in a walk through and of course the game. So i think we're gonna see a much cleaner christmas season this year but also we're going to see more refined and more expanded packages and more creativity. Now one of the things that i love about my job and one of the coolest things about working at. Espn is getting to talk to former players as a as a fan of the game that now gets to cover the game when you get to sit down and talk to a bunch of guys that really know football about what's happening in a football play it. It's so interesting to me. But one thing i think we forget. Sometimes there are a couple of human elements to this number one. Being an nfl player in many ways is like being in school constantly constantly watching reading rehashing. Everything breaking things down like you're constantly in school so for everybody that has watched their own kids in school on zoom over the last year and said well it just feels different. How was it felt. Nfl players and then even when you've been in the same room last year there had to be some hesitant when you're thinking okay. Are we allowed to be here. Can we not be here. We're wearing masks. We not wear masks. Are you like are you sick and my sick. So you take all of these extra things and i know most fans listening or just sitting and saying i don't care go out into your job. Nothing in life is simple. The human element really impacted last year's nfl season. It's gotta feel different this year because you can get back to having the opportunity to break it down with everybody. They extra like like i tell you. If football was taught in school most people will fail right me. And i'm just talking about the book work right. I'm talking about drawn. Plays and being able to say who's responsible all eleven. Do you gotta know what you do but also one shift one motion changes everything so one defense literally can be probably about twenty different things based on you know the movement the honorable the line front if the tight ends on the titans. All if he shifts over at all this needs to be communicated by the way as a consequence if your communications bad one you give up a big play. You may lose your job or to. Somebody might nights you because you don't see that somebody's outflanked you and everybody come ear hole you end saudi temple. You may be going to sleep for about five to ten minute. It's funny you mentioned that. And for me when i spent so many years in music i remember. We had one show that. I was playing with the band where the power went out completely. Then i mean the entire the entire. We were planning an outdoor festival. I think it was in arizona. It was so hot. Everything over overheated speakers went out lights when everything went out it was still daylight and at that time i looked around. Everybody immediately said okay. Let's move from here to here. We're all going to do this in front of this group. I knew exactly what to do. Because i've been in the music business since i was a little kid. So you look at it and say there's no variable here. I'm not ready for. I flash forward to when i first started at. Espn something went wrong on a radio. Show i don't remember what it was but i had no idea how to handle it. And you know you look at it and say god no matter what you're in at some point life experience and then getting the reps matter you know and you flash forward doing ot l. for like a year and a half ago and we had all these issues live on tv. And i knew exactly what to do. Because you've been through it. I think what we have to remember it no matter whether you make widgets or spreadsheets for a living whatever it is some point repetition matters and being in the situation with your teammates. Worker co coworkers matters. We didn't have that last year. And when i hear z. Can and when we hear the cowboys talking about the way things went last year. And you hear them say we need practice..

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"david hare" Discussed on BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"david hare" Discussed on BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

"You actually said if you don't do it. I'm going to send someone to check on. Yeah some i did it. I went out there. I was awkward and uncomfortable. I went and did it a few times. I went for like a few months. Like on and off i got into it and koba came down in and shut everything down all the gym shut shutdown and i'm like up against a note no more jujitsu and so i stopped for like four months and then talking to a buddy minor five months technical buddy of mine who also getting into at around the same time just getting started and you too as well and so anyway. He's like he said something like yeah. You wanna come up on saturday. i'm i'm rolling with my trainer. Jerry and i'm like wait. What he's galman shutdown. I just call the gymnastics a private trainers and he's been coming to my house every saturday. Whatever i was like wait well. That's a thing in other in such a perfect picture of like i let my environment control my My myself i let my in the environment around me. Control my fitness and my lifestyle and my goals which i had a goal to be good at this and i let because i didn't stop to think the two seconds of how do i take ownership of this drill and soya now i hired his guy jerry and it'll be here in an hour or so immune immune david hare gonna roll and do some training today. I'd say it's example. We're like it's so easy not to take control ownership or the word you use using your book like sovereignty of your life and you sit in the back seat and you're in this cab and somebody's driving you around and they're probably drunk and you're in the backseat like well. I don't understand why we're not getting there and faster like when you get into that front seat like just things aren't the change that i mean am i am my summarizing like that idea of sovereignty. Well how would you define sovereignty in the way that you use it in your book and in other places yes. It sits people. Ask me a lot of the times. What a what a success mean. And the answer i gave every time is tommy now. The only answer.

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"david hare" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"david hare" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Tell ESPN's Jeremy Fowler NFL player leadership remains divided when it comes to a seventeen game regular season schedule are the proposed new CBA by owners there are three categories of player ref when it comes to seventeen games those who don't want it those who will accept it with three for the labor deal and those will accept the CDA as it is would be a fury Wilder three has said he's counting on it after his stunning performance on Saturday night in Vegas where he knocked down Wilder twice before Wilder's corner threw in the towel in the seventh round Wilder has thirty days to exercise his option for an immediate rematch David hare's the toast of the NHL today forty three year old Zamboni driver all the duty as the hurricanes emergency goalie at the Carolinas two netminders got hurt last night in the leading goals but then settle down south of final six shots he faced he got the win as the team to beat the maple Leafs six three pairs though not paper plane but he's just fine with that little body I before we get there play a game with a lot of fun to do and I if I got in I thought you know a video player in order to end the fighting how you doing so for me the money really means nothing because of the fact that all the hard work ever put into it and I finally got the yeah there's a couple of days that was out of work at all for me seven years on Sunday morning on the ice capitals leaving the penguins one nothing first period on a goal by Jake Parana it's one of the game's oldest rivalry spanning seven decades and it's not to be missed Celtics Lakers today at three eastern on ESPN radio and on the NBC presented by Michael will bond joins Weiland Sylvie Wednesday afternoon at five for.

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"david hare" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"david hare" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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"david hare" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

08:42 min | 2 years ago

"david hare" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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"david hare" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"david hare" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Over toward examine studios in Washington DC David hare with world national headlines that that Lisa to associates of president trump's lawyer Rudy guiliani are under arrest outside Washington DC on federal charges Bloomberg scaly lines has the latest to foreign born man let Parnassus eager for men who allegedly helped Giuliani's efforts to investigate Joe Biden and were donors to approach from fund raising committee they have been arrested on criminal charges of violating campaign finance rules they are expected to appear at a federal courthouse in Virginia where they were arrested later date federal records show both men gave three under twenty five thousand dollars to the main pro trump super PAC last year the exact nature of the charges still unclear president trump's former Russian advisors set to testify before three house committees in the impeachment probe sources tell Bloomberg Fiona hill will appear behind closed doors on Capitol Hill on Monday hill was the top Russia and Europe adviser on the National Security Council before leaving the White House earlier this year the White House is barred several current officials from testifying calling the impeachment probe itself unconstitutional basically the thrust the thrust of it is that there are some kind of constitutional obligations that the house has failed to me therefore therefore render its impeachment inquiry illegitimate an unconstitutional which is complete nonsense George Conway's White House counselor kellyanne Conway as husband and a frequent critic of the president he spoke on a podcast house speaker Nancy Pelosi is holding a conference call with Democrats tomorrow to discuss next steps down the White House is no longer cooperating with the impeachment problem global news twenty four hours a day on air to tick tock on Twitter.

"david hare" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

11:09 min | 2 years ago

"david hare" Discussed on KGO 810

"Ten. well you know we've been talking about this effect this is one of the issues that the Democrats had earlier on you haven't heard a lot about which is student debt Bernie Sanders and first come out and say. that is I like learning now. I understand yeah but all right so here's amazing stat out of this and dot chip Franklin to commit our thanks for being with us. the vast majority of applications for a student loan forgiveness program are still being rejected even after Congress set aside a seven hundred million to temporarily expanded. ninety nine percent of the people that are applying a being rejected that's screwed up right I mean because people have been you know taking the job staying in the field making life long decisions for a significant portion of their life and I think it's like up to ten years or something like that thinking that they're gonna have their college loans forgiven and then they don't. say this for anybody out there that thinks this is like snow flake crap you can put that where the sun don't shine because getting sick kids out of this debt is good for our country. cutting deals with defense contractors to the tune of billions of dollars that screw on us and that's all you on the Republican side this is an amazing opportunity to push our country forward. because. nothing in it for these white guys in suits on K. street in DC it's not getting done the list of this this one part of this blows my mind and this was most projections were tied to a single eligibility rule listen tell me did you ever see the movie catch twenty two. I'd catch twenty two this guy wants to get out the military right and he says if you act crazy then maybe get member like Klinger from mash right you dress up like as a woman you are crazy so okay he said all right yeah crazy in the cycle because well anybody that would want to go to war would have to be crazy so if you are crazy descend he does know the keep here more well guess what if I'm not crazy and your stay here well then you're already and so you'll go to war just catch twenty two is there's No Way Out. you should be crazy because it's Vietnam so that's exactly what we have here listen to this I eighty eighty eight ten is a phone number you have a comment on this I'm saying yes we should go through and knock out everybody who's up for student loan that an interest in get rid of it all. and and find a way to do it. actually people who took you know to cost too long to do things like social sciences you know the things that really matter but now we get back to why they are there this is crazy. so I'm the the of the more than fifty four thousand applications just six hundred sixty one of been approved so what was the little thing what was the weird loophole here I'll be here so listen to this in order to qualify for the new funding the AG agency said you have to appreciate previously applied for the original loan forgiveness program so if you didn't apply for the first one you can apply for the second one which means that if you didn't know about it and it expired and you try to try to apply for the new one you will be rejected. no that is the make here yeah and then the the government accounting office found that the rule was not made clear to borrowers and here's the kicker to once you rejected you're gone. so if you didn't know. anyway so the there's this is a new report from there again G. O. A. government accounting office and it said the apartment the that's part of education run by Betsy Divo house they've only made limited efforts to contact bars you may be eligible for the temporary funding. our department website of on the original program does not include information on the expansion so if you applied for the first when he got rejected. for the second but if you didn't apply for the first one you can apply for the second. I'm it sounds so government. of course this obligate will be S. and and you can imagine house Democrats blasted them far vegetation of the report's findings say editor for failing to follow orders from Congress. I'm again this is a democratic Congress the proposed to seven hundred million dollar expansion. I don't understand what's wrong and this I can't blame it all on trump because it's been happening for awhile that we don't want to help out young people and make it easier for them to I. maybe maybe people think we made it too easy for millennials already but I don't think so no in a lot of times they're taking jobs where the government sought a demand and in need and they rose to that challenge like teaching positions in certain classrooms in certain neighborhoods like the government made a call to its citizens these citizens responded to that call and there was a promise made and the government is not hold up holding its end of the bargain that's B. S. I think when you are in fact you know let's remember that and I think I heard swallow say this side I forget who said it but it's true money was fought the war against on nine eleven they they were the ones that stood up and and they volunteered to go to Iraq Iraq and Afghanistan lose their lives deal with all that rap for questions we score on the VA in our school and I'm a student loan I'm we have an opportunity to do the right thing for this generation I but you know once it gets in people's heads that millennials are all pampered and I mean are you surprised that you know that that the Jackson and and millennials engine why all these groups they they their world is unfathomable to the world we grew up well all we do people my age is **** about how great it used to be when get out of it yeah for white people you have for people like me it was pretty good and a lot of ways but for young people today. what they're facing. I mean it it's not just San Francisco I mean it's expensive to live here but Sir trends haven't been the top ten cities in America in the top twenty minutes not as crazy as here. but if you want to college in you took something other than business write something that you know you can make a difference in somebody's life you know whenever you hear like that the cashier at the kid was nearly psychology my kids come to tell me they want to take psychology or like if you're definitely going to years community college because you're not gonna make any money and psychology but. what happens to all that he these kids died in in the in the goes far artists right we treat artists today like a joke we do all types of art whether the writers or painters or musicians or dancers we treat them like they made a mistake by what happened what you gonna do for a living what you gonna instead of saying I think it's great that you want to do this summer to support you in every way I can. education is without a doubt. the not just about getting a job. it's about growing as a person and treating other people well. I mean does it surprise you at all that this president was not good student and that he has absolutely no connection to the arts our understanding of it doesn't surprise you at all now or any of the people that surrounded him. I mean. you know a liberal arts degrees are are are a punch line today but the young people that have worked hard to get them and have some insight and you know so it was always has won a major in sociology we should be cheering. not not to writing them but we get on down today it's a joke well I think the I think that it becomes a joke when you take a factor the cost of what the person spent on college out while I do agree that there are cheaper ways that you can go through the college education not everyone needs to go to some expensive college stay in state go to community college those are decisions that each family needs to make and look at their finances but if you want to go into something like the liberal arts or something where it's up to you there is no chance of you making a decent living it might be harder if you're not in one of these high demand high income fields but if you're not spending a ton of money on your college education. any and you have a good job or something that's getting into the college fine go for it I mean I would hate to like. I would hate to tell somebody especially as a parent you know of my kids like if that's your dream if that's what you wanted you made your life but you should go into debt for it and if you have a promise with the government that they're gonna forgive your loan if you go in a certain field in a screen and the screen at the end when you've been depend when you've been making life decisions based on that I was listening to some sort of radio program when I was breaking no it's like a news program they were talking to some of these it was a woman teacher her husband passed up a job opportunity with the military because it would have taken them out of the neighborhood in what she needed to work in in order to still qualify for this loan forgiveness and then they weren't forgiven her alone I'm going to ask you this can you think of anything better to invest our money and then then young people and education don't tell me something better a new a new radar system to to stop nukes really that's really we want to go and set a maybe god creating a generation of people thirsty for more knowledge instead of where we are right now I David hare on shipping naked on KGO so that the people just joined us they apparently the student loan forgiveness program is not forgiving or learning and ninety nine percent of people that apply get rejected and it's an obscenity what what do you think. well I like re what you're I mean student loans are ridiculous but at the same time so it's college education yard where you look at college education most baccalaureate degrees archer not entry level you were talking about working a sociology what you want to be a social worker that's a masters in social work social work actually become a licensed clinical social worker you want to be a psychologist that's a PhD. seen as a baccalaureate making even now there seems becoming a master's level entry they're trying to move in that direction so you learn so much you spend so much time to spend so much money in college I went to college for five years you know and. what now what five five years to get my degree there are and during that five years a look back at the things that I've learned so much but I don't use it so much of what I do yeah what did you learn in the about the process of learning that help to another things it's not always a linear progression right I mean there's a lot a lot a life is going sideways before you go vertically and and I. I think you learn a lot about learning over over time and everything I think you get in there in your freshman year in your freaking out but you're what about a tornado their freshman year you learn how to learn and often is just starting to learn the objectives unless you're gonna remember that respect you're right but there's so many questions one of taking that there you spend so much money on it now what I came out with student loans as well and I'm a registered nurse thanks to two years that I spent a year in my concentration is where I learned what I do. now I'm here did learn a right but just.

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07:16 min | 2 years ago

"david hare" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Decorah Graham triple eight seven two seven B. E. C. K. big headline about the NRA warning President Bush our president trump and warning him that his supporters just aren't going to be supportive of gun control I I really believe that's true I think even the hardest core of trump supporters would oppose getting into gun control legislation or gun control executive orders and he's seemingly according to the story's been asking around with his aides close to him he's also said it publicly that he wants to go after it yeah I know he hasn't been specific so what does that mean you know he wants to have been expanded background checks and I mean red flag laws and he's he's spoken soprano some support for those ideas but you know in passing and you walking up to a plane who knows what this actually means that being said when you go after a core belief of your of your voting bloc you worse things even when you are incredibly popular you know George W. bush came out of that his reelection beat John Kerry was incredibly popular this is five oh six when he did the comprehensive immigration reform right thing and that so if one of the first things he did was to use some of his political capital to go after immigration reform and that was what essentially destroyed his presidency really hurt and you know there were multiple things also give you Herriot buyers as a Supreme Court nominee which in the of the base retreat rejected and in addition to that his handling of Katrina really wiped out a lot of his you know he he really was known as the sort of a competent in crisis sort of president because of everything that happened with nine eleven in the war those started turning the wrong way and then Katrina happened and you know while the reporting on a lot of that was really bad in a lot of that was in him you know scoring those things up it still didn't help at all but really it was it was never that it was never a big deal people like will his you know people lost faith in a because of Katrina well some did right but it was never a case of something a lot of conservatives lost faith in the grave Katrina they knew that wasn't his fault the difference in his presidency between term one and turned to was not that the people in general lost faith in bush he was at his his actual the conservatives did yeah because of things like immigration reform they were like look I mean he's not even you know we'll walk through and with a lot of the stuff if he makes a mistake were okay but like this is violating he's trying to do something against us yes you know it was not that he screwed up he's trying to do something that we don't like he's coming after our core values and it conservatism making a lot of noise about it how much they opposed it and we don't want you to do this while you try to do it anyway and I did hurt him and they stopped it and then later yes conservatives did stop it later he also not only did he still want the comprehensive immigration reform but then he went after the border patrol agents uhhuh Runnels income beyond and would not budge on that at all until the day he left office are those guys languished in jail for a couple years because you know they shot a drug dealer in the bot who by the way they thought had a gun was aiming it at them and so that really hurt him to an end when he cited that further sided with Mexico is Mexico tried to stop the execution of that heinous illegal immigrant from nineteen ninety three who raped and murdered to fifteen year old girls in Houston and the dead on death row for quite some time and bush sided with Mexico against Texas for that yeah right and those were huge issues I remember for the audience and turned his base and that was a violation of something they believe it was a you know a core value rule of law on the border and it was something that really you know I think really was the thing that turned his presidency from what was before hand largely up on partisan lines you know you certainly after nine eleven he was much more popular than that but you know it come down to a point where Republicans basically like bush and Democrats basically did and after that that report Republican support eroded and the reason I bring this up is because when you know trump risks a lot violating a core belief of his own audience yeah this is definitely one of those yeah I mean a second core for a lot of people you know if he wants to win this election you know what I was talking to David hare's junior who is you know he's on news and why it matters and he's a big social media personality very pro trump and we were talking about this and he said you know look like my audience is pissed off about this Dave it's always very pro trump and he's a very pro trump guy loves he's he's been to the White House a bunch of times like he is you know in in that pocket completely you know he's the guy you know he's a a loyal guy he believes his truck is doing a great job and he said his audience is doing the same thing there they are they are really scared about this they do not want him to do this and he made the point and this point is true that look right now they're gonna be mad about this but when it comes down to it would be a vote for Elizabeth Warren it would you gonna do I mean like you gonna have a choice there and that's a point yeah what it comes down to it he's still going to be a better choice than Elizabeth Warren or Bernie Sanders the issue though is your passion enthusiasm you know some people you know look are they all going to turn out are they going to donate are they gonna campaign are they gonna be telling everyone other friends how great trumpet is or are they going to be like well I mean look he's better at night you know he pisses me off on this issue but all pulled all pull the lever form without all of that extra stuff you know one of the big stories I think of trump's presidency it has been passion you know you have a really passionate base that's going to go out there they're gonna fight for this guy no matter what and if you start a roading that if you start to just on the edges of rain you know you can't afford to lose a lot of votes this is this is an election remember obviously not that this matters like totally but he didn't you know he lost the popular vote this is a it so and I don't say that to say that Michael he lost I said it's a it was close is a lot closer than memory might serve you if you look at the electoral college yeah I mean basically was about seventy thousand boats that were the difference in that election that's how hot no it's not yet you know it so you have to be careful you start going after second amendment rights and that that might just be enough to take away at the French and give us some socialist to come in here and be present in the United States and nobody wants that I yeah me neither and we think we've mentioned that a couple of times we don't a socialist as a president athletic I have it's come up seven to seven be easy K. more intimate health concerns are sad part of life I mean it seems like there's always something that either hurt Sir bothers us health wise right well thanks you you really need to see with C..

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05:44 min | 2 years ago

"david hare" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"K. while there was so much insanity going on I don't know if it starts with the CNN town hall last night or with Cory Booker or you're just so much where you've been where to even begin I I love how old nothing that the Republicans even though the Republicans are bending over backward right now and and many of them caving in to gun control mindset that's not enough nothing's enough nothing's ever enough this is why you don't cave it yet because it has enough it will never be enough I had never seen this now Chuck Schumer he's warning the GOP again settling for tepid red flag laws so the red flag law thing which is completely controversial to conservatives is a massive move to the left it is a constitutional violation it is a the type of thing that we took calls all day yesterday all day yesterday from people who love Donald Trump or like don't cross this line please don't cross this line this is really really bad I talked to a David Harris junior and David hare's junior is it's pretty much a guy you know big big trump supporter is not quite as pro trump as Donald Trump but he is more pro trump and Donald Trump junior he's a he's not in between those two it's great a lot but he's like a big truck guy yeah and he said yesterday same thing on his social feeds but I don't they said like you know look we love Donald Trump he's a good done a great job don't cross this line it's too big of a deal you know I don't and I think this this comes to the core of like Donald Trump who the guy who's he's a he's lived in you know in New York as a rich guy behind security like he says in that environment I was born in New York I grew up partially in your partial in Connecticut that you know you're in that region you just it's just not part of your life that you don't think about guns all that often and especially if you're Donald Trump living in the top of a tower like that's the last thing in the world you're concerned about is not part of your core you'll see the second amendment the same way probably not and you know so I don't know that he would understand what a big deal this would be to someone who really cares about the second amendment and we man we heard it like crazy yesterday I mean I think there was one caller yesterday who said you know I really like what he's yeah I I understand this is trying to address mental help which I think is of course true but already the Democrats are saying look that's not enough you can you can just give us this this is what's so frustrating about being a conservative and having the only real representative for you being the Republican Party because they are constantly folding on these things they're terrible and they just do stuff like well you know what the Democrats want seven hundred billion dollars for this project we only want to give him four hundred billion you're like well yeah but what about the one what about the option of not doing it you know and there's no one who represents that side of these issues what about the option of spending less yeah that doesn't exist exist impossible it's impossible actually I'm a Republican congressman from Ohio Michael Turner whose actually talking about not just not just the red flag laws but also a limit on the into the magazine limits yep and a ban on assault weapons yep missile assault yes I can say is sold to people that one is really fascinating to me because obviously you know every weapon is an assault weapon yeah I have breaking breaking news for you can assault people with any weapon and I don't mean just guns now you could have a life there's a reason I guess so you with a knife yeah there's a reason why we on ten times per capita the amount of guns as Russia and they have much of a double the murder rate because people are able to kill other people with other things Pakistan same thing Pakistan has almost no gun violence problem you want to move there let me get you on Zillow I could jam a spoon in your eye right now yes all right it's like I does anyone remember Paris right right like the was I mean niece thing up when they were they had down you know the in the middle you drawn over people with a street festival in your truck eighty seven people yeah seems there was a lot it was a lot it was a lot does it seem does any arias people I got mad at least that wasn't shot no no that's not the way that works you know if you can do these things there's a big stabbing yesterday right four people were killed all yeah having yesterday yeah and again that would be that would qualify on the mass shooting list if it happened to be a gun but be I guess because it's not with a gun in there's no political gain there no one cares well the people who got you know we were victims of these crimes still care you know the the the people who are in Chicago who do get shot in gun violence but not the type of gun violence that moved the needle on your polls those people care which is why I strongly believe after that if they got some kind of ban on let's say rifles let's say you you ban assault rifles then they'd have to go for hand guns as well because the carnage will continue the card H. like in Baltimore and Chicago is not gonna be abated by it banning rifles you're going to have that and they'll come after they'll come after hand guns as well it's just the beginning you open up this door they're gonna keep walking through it it's just a it it would never end and that's why we just can't give in triple eight seven two seven be easy K..

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News Radio 810 WGY

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"david hare" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"K. while there is so much insanity going on I don't know if it starts with the CNN town hall last night or with Cory Booker or you're just so much where you've been where do you begin I I love how old nothing that the Republicans even though the Republicans are bending over backward right now and and many of them caving in to gun control mindset that's not enough not enough nothing's ever enough this is why you don't cave it yeah because you know it will never be enough I had never seen this now Chuck Schumer he's warning the GOP again settling for tepid red flag loss to the red flag law thing which is completely controversial to can service is a massive move to the left it is a constitutional violation it is a the type of thing that we took calls all day yesterday all day yesterday from people who love Donald Trump or like don't cross this line please don't cross this line this is really really bad I talked to a David Harris junior and David hare's junior is it's pretty much a guy you know big big trump supporter is not quite as pro trump as Donald Trump but he is more pro trump and Donald Trump junior he's a he's not in between those two Dave it's great a lot but he's like a big truck guy yeah and he said yes the same thing on his social feeds well I don't they said like you know look we love Donald Trump he's a good done a great job don't cross this line it's too big of a deal you know I don't and I think this this comes to the core of like Donald Trump was a guy who's he's a he's lived in you know in New York has a rich guy behind security like he says in that environment I was born in New York I grew up partially in your partial in Connecticut that you know you're in that region you just it's just not part of your life that you don't think about guns all that often and especially if you're Donald Trump living in the top of a tower like that's the last thing in the world you're concerned about is not part of your core you'll see the second amendment the same way probably not and you know so I don't know that he would understand what a big deal as would be to someone who really cares about the second amendment and we man we heard it like crazy yesterday I mean I think there was one caller yesterday who said you know I really like what he's he I I understand this is trying to address mental health which I think is of course true but already the Democrats are saying look that's not enough you can yeah just give us this this is what's so frustrating about being a conservative and having the only real representative for you being the Republican Party because they are constantly folding on these things they're terrible and they just do stuff like well you know what the Democrats want seven hundred billion dollars for this project we only want to give him four hundred billion you're like well yeah but what about the one what about the option of not doing it you know and there's no one who represents that side of these issues what about the option of spending less yeah that doesn't exist exist the possible it's impossible actually I'm a Republican congressman from Ohio Michael Turner whose actually talking about not just not just the red flag laws but also a limit on the into the magazine limits yep and a ban on assault weapons yet missile assault yes I can say is sold to people that one is really fascinating to me because obviously you know every weapon is an assault weapon yeah breaking breaking news for you can assault people with any weapon and I don't mean just guns now you could have an adult life there's a reason I guess so you with a knife yeah there's a reason why we on ten times per capita the amount of guns as Russia and they have much a double the murder rate because people are able to kill other people with other things Pakistan same thing Pakistan has almost no gun violence problem you want to move there let me get you on Zillow I could jam a spoon in your eye right now it's all right it's like I does anyone remember Paris right right like the was I mean niece thing up when they were they had down you know the in the milieu drawn over people with a street festival in your truck eighty seven people seems there was a lot it was a lot it was a lot does it seem does any arias people I got mad at least that wasn't shot no no that's not the way that works you know if you can do these things are so big stabbing yesterday right four people were killed yeah having yesterday yeah and again that would be that would qualify on the mass shooting list if it happened to be a gun but be I guess because it's not with a gun and there's no political gain there no one cares well the people who got you know food for victims of these crimes still care you know the the the people who are in Chicago who do get shot in gun violence but not the type of gun violence that moved the needle on your polls those people care which is why I strongly believe after that if they got some kind of ban on let's say rifles let's say you you ban assault rifles then they'd have to go for hand guns as well because the guarded gold continue the card H. like in Baltimore and Chicago is not gonna be abated by it banning rifles you're going to have that and they'll come after they'll come after hand guns as well it's just the beginning you open up this door they're gonna keep walking through it it's just a a day would never end and that's why we just can't give.

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05:51 min | 2 years ago

"david hare" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"There was so much insanity going on hi I don't know if it starts with the CNN town hall last night or with Cory Booker or you're just so much where you've been or even begin I I love how old nothing that the Republicans even though the Republicans are bending over backward right now and and many of them caving in to gun control mindset that's not enough nothing's enough nothing's ever enough this is why you don't cave it yet because it will never be enough I had never seen this now Chuck Schumer he's warning the GOP again settling for tepid red flag loss to the red flag love thing which is completely controversial to conservatives is a massive move to the left it is a constitutional violation it is a the type of thing that we took calls all day yesterday all day yesterday from people who love Donald Trump or like don't cross this line please don't cross this line this is really really bad I talked to a David Harris junior and David hare's junior is it's pretty much a guy you know big big trump supporter he's not quite as pro trump as Donald Trump but he is more pro trump and Donald Trump junior he sees all in between those two it's great a lot but he's like a big truck guy yeah and he said yesterday same thing on his social feeds well I don't they said like you know look we love Donald Trump he's a bit done a great job don't cross this line it's too big of a deal you know I don't and I think this this comes to the core of like Donald Trump was a guy who's he's a he's lived in you know in New York as a rich guy behind security like it he says in that environment I was born in New York I grew up partially in your partial in Connecticut that you know you're in that region you just it's just not part of your life that you don't think about guns all that often and especially if you're Donald Trump living in the top of a tower like that's the last thing in the world you're concerned about is not part of your core you'll see the second amendment the same way probably not and you know so I don't know that he would understand what a big deal this would be to someone who really cares about the second amendment and we ma'am we heard it like crazy yesterday I mean I think there was one caller yesterday who said you know I really like what he's yeah I I understand this is trying to address mental health which I think is of course true but already the Democrats are saying look that's not enough you can't you can't just give us this this is what's so frustrating about being a conservative and having the only real representative for you being the Republican Party because they are constantly folding on these things they're terrible and they just do stuff like well you know what the Democrats want seven hundred billion dollars for this project we only want to give him four hundred billion you're like well yeah but what about the what what about the option of not doing it you know and there's no one who represents that side of these issues what about the option of spending less yeah that doesn't exist exist impossible it's impossible actually I'm a Republican congressman from Ohio Michael Turner whose actually talking about not just not just the red flag laws but also a limit on the into the magazine limits yep and a ban on assault weapons yep assault assault yes I can say is sold to people that one is really fascinating to me because obviously you know every weapon is an assault weapon breaking breaking news for you can assault people with any weapon and I don't mean just guns now you could have a life there's a reason I guess so you with a knife yeah there's a reason why we on ten times per capita the amount of guns as Russia and they have much a double the murder rate because people are able to kill other people with other things Pakistan same thing Pakistan has almost no gun violence problem you want to move there let me get you on Zillow I could jam a spoon in your eye right now it's not like that at all it's like I does anyone remember Paris right right like the err err err was I mean knee something up when they were they had down you know the in the middle you drawn over people with a street festival in your truck eighty seven people yeah seems there was a lot it was a lot it was a lot does it seem does any arias people I got mad at least that wasn't shot no no that's not the way that works you know if you can do these things are so big stabbing yesterday four people were killed yeah having yesterday yeah and again that would be that would qualify on the mass shooting list if it happened to be a gun but be I guess because it's not with a gun in there's no political gain there no one cares well the people who got you know food for victims of these crimes still care you know the the the people who are in Chicago who do get shot in gun violence but not the type of gun violence that moved the needle on your polls those people care which is why I strongly believe yeah after that if they got some kind of ban on let's say rifles let's say you you ban assault rifles then they'd have to go for hand guns as well because the gardening told continue the card H. like in Baltimore and Chicago is not gonna be abated by it banning rifles you're going to have that and they'll come after they'll come after hand guns as well it's just the beginning you open up this door they're gonna keep walking through it it's just a day would never end and that's why we just can't give in eight seven two seven B. 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KPCC

10:05 min | 2 years ago

"david hare" Discussed on KPCC

"When homosexuality was illegal convicted of gross indecency wild was sentenced to two years hard. Labour the trial, and it's personal and professional aftermath are at the center of the plate the Judas kiss written by David hare. It's now playing at the Boston court theater in Pasadena. Rob Nagle plays Wilde and Colin Bates co-stars. As lord. Alfred Douglas also known as Bosie who has one of Wild's lovers was actually Bozize's father, the Marquis of Queensberry who was wild adversary in court, rob Nagle visited the frame and he performed part of the play in our studio. Simple factories. I'm cast in a role. My story has already been written. How I choose to play. It is a matter of taste the performance of the act toll will not determine the action. The action is I'm being expelled. It's true. I'm trapped in the narrative. The narrative now has a life of its own it travels inexorably towards my disgrace towards my final expulsion and at bears me along on its crest. Negga was joined in studio by the play's director, Michael MacKenzie and MacKenzie started by talking about how the plays relevance might have changed since its debut in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight I think it's h really well for me in the first place. There are things about the play that I understand better now than I did when I first read it twenty years ago and. You know, whether or not it's the right time. It is the time we are doing it. And I do think it speaks to our moment. It's you know, it's a pretty personal play about love, which is universal and timeless and and for every time, but it's also play specifically about someone who is dealing with being ushered in the world who is criticized by society who tries to get approval from society and society ends up vilifying him. And I think that's something that we see reflected in a lotta ways in our world. Oscar Wilde was marginalized because he was a gay, man. And he was a gay man when it was against the law to be a gay man and David Harris play is set in two different periods in his life. Why do those two time perspectives work dramatically in terms of the periods that David Harris focusing on and Oscar wells life? It's interesting when you look at Oscar Wilde's life when you read the trial transcripts when you read his letters everyone wonders why it was he stuck with Bosie. Why he was so. Devoted to him for so long, even an Oscar writing he says, my problem was not that I didn't part from you. But then I partied from you too often. And essentially that he kept coming back to him. And and so historians and and lovers of literature look at Oscar Wilde's life and wonder why it was he remained so devoted to Bosie. And I think that what David Harris trying to do is to answer that dramatically. And so it's these two moments where Oscar is faced with a decision to make and and he is being pulled different directions. And he ends up making some choices without without giving things away. But that that reflect his devotion for Bosie and his his loyalty to him. And and I think David hair has taken these two moments in Oscar's life to try to dramatize at rob. When you're thinking about that relationship. Between Oscar Wilde and Alfred Douglas, the play has called the Judas kiss would certainly suggest trail, but the story of their relationship is really about loyalty and the test of loyalty when you're thinking about their relationship because a lot of people have really wrestled with what they saw each other and whether or not one betrayed the other. How do you approach it as the character because you have to believe as an actor that Oscar Wilde has some special bond with this person for sure how did you approach it? Well, I think that I kinda borrow I borrow from the Christ figure itself that I don't think that forgiveness was something that Jesus seemed to have a hard time with in fact, he was quite good at it. From what my upbringing was about from my son is schooling back when I did it. And so for me forgiveness was the essence, and that's the essence of unconditional love. That's why parents are so good at forgiving their children for their flaws in ways that we're not so good at forgiving our parents. So for me forgiveness was at the core and even the Judas kiss. Maybe a market betrayal was something that. Well, look the point is to forgive and forgiveness. We find redemption. So I think that's that's what I keep going back to when you and Michael they're talking about your poach this play. What were the most meaningful conversations you had about staging this specifically in terms of understanding where Oskar was emotionally psychically at this period in his life. Well, as rob said, one of the things we continued to explore was to to find the moments where you understand what in its best time the love between Oscar and Bosie was and it's really tricky because we see them in fraught moments in moments of a lot of of conflict and tension, but but it was important for us to lay in those moments where we see that's where that spark was even now in the middle of all this. We still see the affection between them we understand what it was. We see what the appeal was and doing so without trying to soft pedal. Bose. Z Bosie was by all accounts of volatile difficult really problematic young man, but they're clearly had to be something about him. That was also compelling and dynamic and that Oscar attracted to talking with Rodney go who plays. Oscar Wilde in the Judas kiss and Michael MacKenzie who directs the play at the Boston court theater. Oscar Wilde's relationship with men was not totally platonic. It was sexual and in your staging of the play there's no sex. But there is certainly some some romance. How important was it for you as the director to not shy away from the fact that these were men in love with each other? Yeah. I mean, I it's critical although very honestly that the characters themselves have conflicts with it. There's an interesting thing in the second act of the play Bosie makes arguments that Oscar had let himself and other gay men essentially without using the word gay because that was not a term that was used in that period in the same way. But by not being true to himself. And Bosie has a sort of perspective about another time in which this kind of love is accepted. And that those people will look back on Oscar and be disappointed that he they old his own people in such a way. So so the the play has this tension between a sort of freedom about sexuality, and embracing of it and honesty about all of that. And also the realities of in that time what that meant what the kind of danger that it puts you in the sort of pressures from society Oscar was imprisoned it hard labor for two years over this. So so it was a very complicated time and in a time, very, honestly where the idea of homosexual behavior as a identity rather than a behavior was pretty foreign at that time. But even though the story happens a long time ago, it's fair to say that there's still issues that we are wrestling with marriage equality is under attack. And it's not just that. These are two men love. There's a big age difference too between Oscar Wilde and Bosie or Alfred Douglas, and it seems to be that I think audiences looking at this couple, and maybe you see this from the audience itself has their own judgements about about them as a couple and whether or not together, and I'm wondering in conversations you have after the play because you've done some talk backs. What you hear from the audience about how contemporary this play feels to them and how it might challenge their own assumptions of what is not a proper couple. I don't recall in any of the discussions that I've had in post shows or or privately that anyone has brought up the age difference. But I know it's there it's very clear. It seems like those are conversations that we're not actually having yet. But I'd love to have them because it's very interesting. There is something there to the older scholar the older writer bringing up the younger writer, but yeah, there's a we do have judgments of it. It's not just marriage equality for sure that some the some areas of the. Are grappling with including our own. But it's also the age difference. Like when is it? All right for you to be with a younger person. I I don't have an answer. But I I do fully invest in Oscar's journey as he goes back to the movement that brought him into into his art, which was the pursuit of beauty. And Michael what about you? What are you hearing from audiences that make you feel the play is connecting or at least bringing up modern issues. What I'm hearing is people who are frustrated that they want Oscar to make a different choice that they that they have some kinds of judgments on the relationship because it's clearly it's a relationship that is fraught there's no question, you know. And so so people look at it. And I think that people see themselves in these in this relationship, and they are uncomfortable with the sort of loyalty and devotion that Oscar gives to Bosie with all of this. What strikes me is that it is striking a chord with people because the dynamics of this relationship are very familiar. We have either. Been in that relationship on one side or the other of it or we've witnessed it with people who we love, and I think rob in terms of Oscar himself. It's a very fine line between being stubborn and being a martyr, and I guess people can argue about which was yeah. I don't know. It depends on the page of the play. I suppose is how your perspective would go. Whether he's he's putting himself up for for downfall and disaster or whether he's he's fighting for the love of his life. I do think he's fighting the love of his life, though, on the outside of sure looks like it's he's trying to sacrifice himself to a greater good. Rob Nagle plays. Oscar Wilde in the Judas kiss Michael MacKenzie directs the play at the Boston court. It's there through March twenty fourth Robin. Michael thanks so much for coming in. Thank you. Thank you so much. John was.

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"david hare" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

06:36 min | 3 years ago

"david hare" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Chance to Paul crabs could be doing time for chargers or thus fraud over twenty thousand dollars be felony. Second count making or permitting falls public voucher for degree felony count. Number three, tampering with evidence four degree felony count number four money laundering for degree felony and count number five. Criminal solicitation, tampering with evidence for degree felony. From the attorney general of the state of New Mexico after a lengthy investigation into UNM and the D department and the golf trip to Scotland and the logo club and this week at the pit. Damning damning report about the university of New Mexico. Out of control under the leadership of some of the current regions. Former regions former vice president David Harris, former president or chancellor or whatever he is of Unum. President frank. And governor Martinez. And Paul crabs first and foremost. Five counts criminal complaint and request for summons. It's a lengthy lengthy. Nine page indictment. Appall crips. And the Atlantic department and his family and others. Dated this morning. Little while ago. The office of the attorney general the state of New Mexico. Issue. Dave. Larger report about their investigation of UNM. Prepared by Dylan Lang assistant, US assistant attorney journal, and it I mean, it's just gating long introduction. I mean, it's just it's amazing the talks about under risk area dented. Mr. appropriation public funds, these Scotland golf trip synopsis first basis of the NFL away, gee officer during journal formal inquiry was the allegations of financial mismanagement that allowed for UNM employees. Check this out UNM employees and private donors to expand public funds to attend a Scotland trip to play golf, then vice president of athletic, Paul crabs signed a contract with an out of state entity. Anthony travel, directed Lobo club dupay deposit for twenty four golf packages discoloring goes on and on and on by the sell them. All. Goes on current with areas current risk guarantee UNM the lack of a financial control environment dedicated to accountability. Once again as I've been saying for a long long time. This goes to David hare's, David Harris interim president at one point of UNM, and then vice president of everything he had a title. He was he was CFO. He was CEO and he was of nothing. Either indifferent turning a blind. I thought he could control it or unaware. I think he was aware should have been aware making a Toninho tornado. Now, once again, you know, I'm going to be the main gun to be the bad guy here and say, you know, what if it is proven? If all of these allegations are proven. And he is one of the people responsible for the actions of Paul crabs and others. Should lose his pension, and it is a very hefty pension. But you know, well, you can't do that he'll unconstitutional legal too hard. I don't know. It's like. It's ridiculous. It's ridiculous. Governor martinez. Eight years. Turning a blind eye. Unaware didn't wanna know or basically incapacitated to the point where she was not capable of knowing which was also part of the problem. Her regions come on. I don't care if it's Raymond Sanchez Fortner or dhoti or any of them. What were you doing? Besides, you know, going on the junkets getting great seats at the Pierre for basketball games. The indictment is nine pages long. The additional report is thirteen pages long actually twelve pages and then one signature page king, collusion based on documentation, interviews and other information received throughout your attorney general's involvement with UNM, and it's an and it finances. It is clear that UNM has created a financial control environment ripe for public employees to violate state laws and abused public resources. Without any ability to be tracked identified or ultimately held responsible. UNM must establish a control environment that mandates compliance welcomes oversight and allowed for a truly independent internal audit process. UNM must engage New Mexico oversight agencies regarding the risk areas. Identified above and report on a mediate fixes it is implementing to ensure the public funds are being adequately safeguarded and not being used to personally, enrich, UNM employees and donors. This is a tough one must engage agencies in New Mexico. For oversight. The current mayor of Albuquerque Tim Keller former state auditor, he's the one that started this investigation turned it over to the AG's office. The current state auditor, Brian Cologne is a big booster of UNM. Give me tough on all of them. You're going to have to do it though. They're going to have to do it quick time out. We'll come back and is coming up on one thirty come back, and we'll talk with M A M a trainer. Greg.

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"david hare" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

08:20 min | 3 years ago

"david hare" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Didn't even ask you a question to begin with just came. On the Mike and think about it, you know, the questions, and it sounds great guy. The questions were not exactly the ones that are Edward r. Murrow. Feel and why did you play mad? Just pretty much answered. Why? This is a funny because the can't wait now just as the me like came in the perfect time with the social media and everything, and I just feel like not just because we know you, and but it's gotta be like a top ten sports me multi use it constantly and actually Jamal Adams weighing in today on Twitter. Coming up with the crying emojis, quote, tweeting BART's interview says when we make the playoffs. I'm doing this exact interview can't wait. Said something else later on right? I love this guy. That's exactly what he said. I love this guy like the. We started to see the relationship develop during the season with the interviews. And you could just see that you and Jamal or two peas in a pod we have the system. Rush. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I love aggressive guys. I was always a guy awards emotions on this Leone on my and Jamal does the same thing. And you know, he leaves a tank empty, and you know, he plays with a reckless abandon no regard for with body. He'll he'll he'll hurt herself to hurt you. And that's what it's about. That's really for me. That's why football. Well, I would say boxing or fighting is like the ultimate like gladiator sport. But I think football comes in a close second. Because really we're starting to see this in the playoffs so battle wills, and we all understand that, you know, you don't leave this game the way the same way that you come in. But it's the God is willing to take the, you know to pay the pay the price and you find out about yourself, especially the linebacker position inside those tackles right because that's what a grown man play. We saw last week to charge then we'll know smoke. You gotta be willing to take some to give some you gotta be willing to get knocked out to knock somebody out. And I was always willing to do that. And I see the same thing Jamal, and that's. That's what I love the addition of Greg Williams because he has that same philosophy. Listen, you you might come in here, and you might beat us. But you go limp out whatever stadium whatever reading playing in. And that's the mentality that I always enjoy playing for defenses or teams that were defensive-minded because I was around a bunch of guys that thought just like me that Neil when we stepped on that thrill. This was a fight clear up a misconception here. People see Greg Williams, they watch hard knocks. I think this guy's just a complete hard ass all that stuff. And at some point he's going to take somebody off as far as the players are concerned. You don't think so I don't think so I love the mentality. Daddy brings and sometimes his mentality because he saw aggressive, and you know, he wants to win and he wants to win a certain way. Like, that's what great defensive coaches do. They wanna win a certain way, they want to beat intake, you're so they want to they want to they want to give up is nothing like stepping on a football field in beating a man into submission because we're all made equally right? But it's decisions that we make. That says this is worth more to me than it is to you. And I'm willing to break. My arm a willing to take a concussion a willing to get contusions to break. Your will this nothing like it. That's why I love I hate the fact that it's not fullbacks anymore because I enjoy going in a hole in taking there. Seoul. Taking their office guard soul because they like could you imagine bid at two hundred forty power linebacker in. This guy's three forty two Willie colognes snatches sold a couple of times. He knows it. When they come around in anything that they have the advantage, and they say how can this two hundred and forty pound anybody. Do this to me is not supposed to happen is because it means more is like when you see boxers writing they're punting they throwing punches, and you see a guy that just goes, flat footed and say, no, I'm gonna take yours, and I'm a gifts on because I think I can give more than you can take an I can take more than you can give okay? That's great. When you get to the point when you are beating somebody down to you know, and you feel like you take their soul, and you take their lunch money, and then you walk out. Right. But this quote from Greg Williams that I saw Serbs call today. The New York Post was like just seemed very dated to me he told this New Orleans magazine presumably when he was with New Orleans says several years ago. A horse trainer told me you gotta break them before you bridal them. And I've broken a few some ourselves promoting and I've got to bring them back to ground zero. It's their one chance to make it the NFL is tough and demanding. Absolutely. But that's about his own players. Yes. Yes. See that. To me sounds really old that sounds outdated to say to to actually say about another human human being to use that analogy, you gotta break them before your bride on what do you think? Doesn't seem modern it. Anyway, what do you think? Bill Belichick does when you come in there. You're on this high horse. You a first round draft pick even he even does it to Tom Brady. He brings you down. He breaks down any build you back up because everybody that comes in. There are borderline narcissistic everybody thinks it's all about them. So you break them down. And you say, listen, no individual person is better than the group. You come in here. You put the same amount of work in that everybody else wants to do. Nobody's above the group. Nobody's above reproach. So you beat them down. You get them in there. You say you just like everybody else. Then you beat them down that you build them back up and say, I love you. And this is what I expect out of you. And the what if not everyone likes that style. Then you feel term out. Right. You say, okay. Like like, I said before I say all the time when I first got here and Rex guy here, it was certain things that just was non-negotiable you lay it on the line. The great thing about win coming in with Wrexham. Greg williams. Defenses are the same way Phillips as well. Is about sacrifice. This is not about always trying to get sacks. And that's why I always say, Terrell. Suggs is one of the best Outside Linebackers ever because he gets his sex. But man when they set that run. It comes time to set that edge. He got to take on the double team he jumps on her Ganay fourth teammates. I made a living sitting in between the tackles jumping on grenades. David hare's. And Ray Lewis. I did it gladly because I knew when it was my turn to have the blitz and on the second guy on a blitz. That's supposed to get the layup. They would do the same for me. So understanding that you gotta be able to break these guys and let them know. So when we got here Kerry roles with a great player, I mean, one of the most athletic, gifted, athletically, guys, we got him out of here at the one year. The guy was thinking about one he got ran over by with Walker. Does disrespect. We can handle our team get ran over by west Walker. Then he got ran over by Maroney was because he could he wasn't capable is. Because he wasn't willing. He wasn't willing to sacrifice physically for the team. And I I rather play with a guy, that's less talented. That's willing to go down there and pay the price who took his spot Jim letter to letters. Couldn't couldn't be more different. Mean literally black white tall short big skinny. But Jill was one our best players, and he was always willing to jump on aggregate. That's what Greg waves needs to bring to this defense to this team. That's what Jamal should expect for his teammates. And he should hold them accountable. You talk about being the leader been a leader ain't about what you do is about being able to take the guy that may be a player make him a beep player because you always you always constantly working on a little things because football's more about thinking again about the fiscal part because if you have intensification if you may not be a fast player, but you end up in the right spot because you understand what's happening in front of you. So when I say that the jets are dumb team. That's what I mean physically able to do it. But they have the seed before they react to it. They don't anticipate and we had to go to a break to retain CNBC, eight seven..

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"david hare" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

12:11 min | 3 years ago

"david hare" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Seven three three seven sixty six sixty six. You know, as this coaching search continues for the jets were only a couple of days into it. And all these names are popping up, and you're getting a feel for who's going to get a chance to interview. Look, there's always going to be the outliers that come out the likes of cliff Kingsbury, which is utterly ridiculous. The hater and a house. Yeah. Caldwell. Not not. I know I know, but one guy that has come up the last couple of days. Let's just jump right into it. And he's going to interview tomorrow and that is Adam gays from the dolphins and the dolphins are a bizarre situation. And honestly, I thought at first I would want no part of them. I'm still very much on the Jim Caldwell bandwagon. But let's go through some things because I talked to a couple of people today about Adam gays, and he's got some of the comments that players made about gays down in Miami the last few days, so let's let's break this down. Let's go to Miami. I it's cold outside. Let's get on our airplanes. Let's travel down to south beach. And here's what was going coming out of that final game against the bills where they got blown out. But also just the general sentiment about Adam gates. Here's a quote from the Miami Herald dolphins players were given numerous opportunities to give gays a vote of confidence after Sunday's blowout, and many declined to comment some players who wish to not be identified when as far as to say they. Wouldn't would not return? If gas was retained and tailback Kenyan Drake had privately expressed a desire to be traded. Does this seem like someone you would like to bring to the New York? Okay. Now on the flip side earlier today. I talked to somebody that. Close to the situation and just to get a thumbnail sketch of gas down there and how he was as a head coach because I think a lot of us pointed to well this guy was Peyton Manning's offensive coordinator. How hard could that be? You're not an offense. Nobody who is ever paid Manning's anything should ever get credit for anything. If you're paying as offense coordinator, what can you honestly, take credit for he audibles every single thing at the line of scrimmage, and he's the guy who gets credit for everything I'm sorry. That can't go on your resume is like, hey, I was there when when Peyton Manning? What would he was on his second team in his last year when he had four neck surgeries, and he's still somehow won a Super Bowl Sar? All right. So just take some of the stuff for what it's worth. Okay. And it's not an endorsement, it's just here's some of the good. And here's some of the back, right? Some of the good number one. Does the quote was doesn't matter who the quarterback is. He is going to get the best out of them. He is absolutely. A quarterback guru. So the Osweiler thing with all him. That he came and plan. I don't want to. I don't want to jump to that conclusion. I mentioned that specifically. But the idea this guy can work with quarterbacks and develop quarterbacks if he's going to be the jets coach that's going to be the number one asset is that key will develop Sam darnold. He will put -solutely. Do I understand the tannehill was not the picture of health? Yeah. But ten is a massive disappointment. I think overall it was develop into bolted Jack squat. But when they had a winning record when tannehill was on the field. I don't know what that says they went to the playoffs. Wasn't it? Matt what's his face was more in that game and prosper? Yeah. And that was your one. And that was really the only year where they had a lengthy stretch of tannahill is very adaptable to the players that he has. And other words, he's not a guy that's deadlocked on this system. And that's it. It's no, what's our personnel. What can we do to take advantage of things who's hurt this week? Who's not are tight ends are are out. Let's shift over to make this happen with the wide receivers can can can adapt. Very well to that as far as the Knox. One of the Knox was obviously Jarvis Landry who kind of laughed at the other day, right and Jay Ajayi. Jarvis Landry has turned out to have a pretty good season. Absolutely. He did. The court was he's a big by j J J want Super Bowl. He's a big guy. And not and I'm curious to get your take on this not buy into. We're doing it all my way. But by into the team concept of it. And it doesn't matter who you are if you're not buying into the team concept of it doesn't want to hear it. Well, you can think about them getting rid of the j train when he was seemingly at his peak in. No, no, they knew something about that need new that knee was ready to go, and they did make some tough decisions with some tough players, Linda. Golly. Jarvis landry. Walk just because he wasn't a good locker room guide means to me that he's willing to take the tough stands against any superstar NASA good thing because you wanna know especially with the team message youngest a jet being able to maybe get to a guy like Muhammad Wilkerson before gets out of hand to get to a guy like Tremaine Johnson before gets out of hand. He's still young. So he's still should be relatable and understand the. Current athlete. Get to these guys though or they ship them out. Well, it's not like, hey, you you had a duty to try new. So we have to try to the buy in. But we're not gonna have a distraction to what we're trying to do here. I mean, it doesn't matter who you are. I'm looking at that record. I mean to be twenty three and twenty five and three seasons with the Miami Dolphins the dolphins I say all the time is a tough place to play because thirteen and ten where the starting or thirteen eleven with a starting quarterback. Yeah. That's not helping. This is a guy who was a first round pick who they bring, you know. I I think a lot of people were expecting a lot more from selling here. I'm presenting the fact now, I get it. And I'm not trying to be so negative Nancy on this thing. I just I guess to me that doesn't seem like the inspired higher. You know to me, Adam gays. Listen, we all watched him. We watched him here when the dolphins play the jets. I watched him as a bills fan. I mean, did you ever think Adam gaze went to Miami? With a lot of hype. And maybe a little too much. But he went to buy a lot of hype. And Stephen Ross their owner said this in his press conference the other day when he fired Adam gates said three years later, we're in the exact same position. And I think that's what jets fans want to avoid more than anything you bring in somebody. And then three years later, you're still sitting there Joe beningo still upset because they haven't won a Super Bowl ad. It's all the same things over and over again. That's what jets fans don't want. They don't want groundhog's day of a relevance. A couple more. Twenty six in one score games. Twenty six. Problem with them and bringing that up yesterday in the press conference to about how the giants are so close in these one score games. How many how many giants games? Do we watch that became one score games because they were scoring and garbage. Okay. But they when they want. Yeah. Gentleman. They weren't winning number giants. They are here. Very difficult to defend from the standpoint that as a play caller he is very aware of his own tendencies and gets away from them. In other words, Mascow outs a lot and does not allow the defense to be comfortable in what they're seeing versus what they're gonna do. Sounds like a great offensive coordinator. Okay. You thought that you know, he's he's the guy that wants to be in there. Eighteen hours a day and watch the film and the football grinder type on the on. The flip side doesn't things were. Number one, obviously is not terribly camera friendly. Oh, actually, I have some audio evidence to back that up. You'll remember, and I'm sure this would go over great New York when he's getting asked about Ryan tannehill. There may be franchise quarterback and about his injuries. He gave you this something like that. They can. Oh, I don't sit there and ask them all these questions. And I just know the guy you can go to go ask him. This question about this guy. This guy got it. But you know, what I'm I'm over him. We know that he's not ready right now. The details of it. We'll keep that us. You guys don't need to know that. Oh, he sounds like a charmer. No doubt. I had a good relationship with the media when it wasn't on camera. I'm sure. Listen. No. But that was one that's one thing. I'm not gonna kill a guy for just one moment at a press conference. But when you're referring to your quarterback is the bad guy sat saying a lot. So. And last one is. Basically, this is what it was described us when you're a head coach every day, there are five unexpected things that come up, and it's all about how you handle those five unexpected things with your success and felt like the second time around like all the things that come with being a head coach, not just media, all the other responsibilities. Wasn't great at delegating that felt like would be better in a in a much in a different second opportunity. Okay. So this is all just stuff that again, not advocating for him. I still think Jim called rolls. The guy I would say I was a little more positive about them after I came out of the conversation. And it's just somebody that's down there. That's around them here. But really had a good feel for for what he was about. I'll put it this way. I'm not as anti atom gays. If Adam gaze is going to be the guy that's gonna term Sam darnold into a star. Here's what I'm concerned. This what McCain has to take into consideration and Christopher has taken to consideration. What type of staff can these guys put together it's not it's not about just them as individual because the people that really shapes and mold your team is your quarterbacks. Coach who's going to be as quarterback coach. We talk about what happened in Philadelphia. They had Filipo. They had Frank right? Well, these guys proven proven Lippo, but they've proven that they can develop players because you talk about having a young roster and the teachers that's the problem and listened. I'd never say listen I've been around football since I was eight almost thirty four years of my life. I've been spending a uniform the jets may be one of the dumbest football teams. I have ever seen in my life. Life. What I'll talk about. No pre snap at. You know, pre snap awareness is like they got that little thing that they got the search button going on when you fold is filtering. They got no clue what the hell coming up. Like. I can remember calling David. And I'm looking and we midday, but we've broken down Tom Brady a million times. David hare's, David Tom Brady, David hare's. Right. We broken Tom Brady down a million times. And I'm looking at der Lee playing around on the on the line of scrimmage, and I'm watching Eto may come in motion and said this is the easiest play in the world. I guess what? I know what they're gonna do. Dare league. Stuck ally gets caught the pillow fourth down play a couple years ago. I call Dave. And I say, well what the hell's going on, bro? I'm like what in your limbo, data banjo? Or why didn't you just pay defensively? You know, love of you know, the enemy is gonna sit down. You've been perfect entertain tied. Never gave them the tools and one of the one of the big things that really irked and pepper Johnson of spoke to a to whenever David would bring up anything that had to do with what we used to do. It wrecks shut down immediately. I can't have a guy like that that will allow their players to use the tools that they should be able to use especially when he's a veteran player had success in this league..

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