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S. Mexico, Kim Reynolds And U. discussed on AP News Radio
"I was governor says her state will pay for troopers sent to the U. S. Mexico border I will governor Kim Reynolds disclosed Monday the state will cover the cost of sending troopers to Texas to fight crime along the U. S. border with Mexico Reynolds announced June twenty fourth she would join other Republican governors in sending personnel to the border assistance agreements released to the Associated Press Monday show Texas and Arizona asked other states to absorb costs for the good of the country Reynolds says I was set twenty nine troopers to del Rio Texas a few days ago and they will stay for sixteen days thirty soldiers from the Iowa National Guard have also been deployed rescue governor Pete rickets as he set twenty five troopers to del Rio and South Dakota governor Christie Noam said she said fifty National Guard members hi
Fresh update on "del rio" discussed on Jimmy Barrett
"How does this work as far as the enforcement of it? You know, I thought it was interesting enough. You saw this or not, Chuck, but But, yeah, Democrats are always scheming for ways to get around these things in one of the things they seem to be indicating they might be interested in doing is going to court. You know if if if if our security people are successful at rounding up enough of these individuals, they might just go to court and make a claim that this is racial profiling. Did you hear this racial profiling that you're stopping these vehicles Because there's brown people in these vehicles and you don't know who these people are. You're just racial profiling. Yeah, I could certainly see that. And I certainly think that there will likely be lawsuits. But if you read the governor's executive order, a couple of things stand out to me. First of all. In one of his clauses, he points out a 900% increase in the number of migrant detainees who are testing positive for Covid 19 in the Rio Grande Valley, 900%. So clearly something is going on. And clearly it's putting the health and safety of of Texans at risk. And then you look at the implementing claws and you, you understand what's actually going on their work. Border Patrol will intercept individuals. They they do a minimum amount of processing compared to the past. You know, very few fingerprints, very few really checking into who these people are They if they say they are and certainly testing for For Covid etcetera is not like it once was, and then they tell them the bus stop is over there. That's where you get on the bus to get out of here. And so then the question is going back to your point is, if you're at a place like Del Rio, where 95% of the people on the bus out of town are from, you know, Haiti and Venezuela. And Cuba and, you know Mexico and the northern tribal countries, uh and the Texas Department of Public Safety pulls over that bus and says Excuse me, you know? These are a bunch of individuals who are threatening the health and safety of Texans. We're going to take this bus back to the border. Yeah, yeah, that's going to be an interesting lawsuit, but I think that needs to be forced right because Well, what's going on right now is you have thousands of people under very minimal, uh, supervision or oversight that are just flooding through the border and then heading into the interior of the country, with only about 15% of them reporting into immigrations and customs enforcement. One of the other things, Chuck DeVore that the governor did was, he mandated the Texas National Guard that they could begin arresting individuals who for trust, passing for coming across the border level. We would arrest them for trespassing, and then we'd Escort them back to the border. Has that process begun, And if so, how's it going? So that's a great question. I have some firsthand knowledge of that, because just before I moved to Texas, I was the deputy J one for the California State Guard is a lieutenant colonel. Served about 24 years in the guard and then moved to Texas. And so we had some similar work not only in supporting the border mission under George W. Bush. But also, of course during the Los Angeles riots in 1992, where we had arrest authority, and so what the governor has done is he's essentially deputized his national guard to function. As law enforcement in this specific instance and again perfectly acceptable, perfectly legal for National Guard forces to do that, have they started? I don't know, but here's why it's important that they're allowed to do it. Is until they were allowed to do it. All The guard can really do is be eyes and ears. They can help with logistics there. Basically Manning, for example, reconnaissance and observation posts and and communications nodes, telling people Hey, you know, the 20 people are coming across the border here. Now, of course, they can actually do something about it. So it really augments the number of personnel who are capable of direct action in this case, arresting people for damaging public property and for trespassing, criminal trespass so again. Uh, Texas is stepping up. Uh, this is another area. I would expect to see a lawsuit and it's another area that will slow down the numbers of individuals coming across the border. And might begin to show the rest of the country that there is, in fact, a crisis here. The country is not really paying attention to it because the Biden administration is doing such a great job of just waving people through as quickly as possible and getting them. Up to you know, Illinois and Indiana and Michigan and and just off the border as quickly as possible. Yeah, well, sooner or later, those Midwestern states are going to start paying attention when they when they realize how much it's costing them. Do we have a price tag? Get do do we know what all this is costing us? Here in Texas on a monthly basis. Any idea? Wow, no. I mean, other than just the fact that the direct appropriation from the Legislature went from 800 million every two years. Up to a billion. As you well know, though, the the the jails on the border counties are already full. You know, there's there's additional overtime that it's costing the the counties the Non governmental organizations. You know, the charitable groups are operating at full capacity. So you know yes. Hundreds of millions of additional dollars. Probably, um, it's hard to tell. You know, the question is, where do they settle down? How many Children do they have? Are those Children going to start to be educated in the public school system in Texas, or are they going to go somewhere else? Are they going to be up and in Arkansas or Illinois? Um we don't know. No, You're right. We don't pay check. Always good to talk to you. Thanks for the update. Appreciate it. Thank you. You bet. Chuck DeVore, Texas Public Policy Foundation coming up in 4 30 here on a M. 9 50 kprc back with more in a moment. University of Maryland Global campus was established to bring a respected state university education, two working adults at home and abroad..
Texas Gov. Abbott Vows to Build a Border Wall With Mexico
"Governor Greg Abbott has announced he will build his own wall as the border surge continues Functions. Griff Jenkins is in Del Rio, Texas, migrants coming from more than 35 different countries as far away as Africa. In Romania and other places where I'm standing, though, has been at hot, mostly all Venezuelans coming from here, and we've learned from the DPS agents and the other border officials here that it is highly highly organized. The Venezuelans come all the way to the little town of Acuna undertaken specifically to this spot every afternoon. Governor Abbott also plans to increase the number of arrests, mate.
Governor Abbott to Host Security Summit at Southern Border
"Governor Abbott's going to host of border Security summit Thursday at the southern border amid a continued surge in migrant crossings. Governor Abbott's border security summit will bring together local and state police as well as county judges, mayors and landowners to hear from state officials about what Texas is doing to secure the southern border. The governor says the summit will also focus on collaborative ways to secure border communities. Abbott will give the keynote address and be joined by other state leaders at the Del Rio Civic Center. The summit comes as governor Abbott and other Republican leaders blame Biden administration policies on the current
Norwegian Cruise Line Threatens to Skip Florida Ports
"Managers in Norwegian Cruise line could move their ships out of Florida if they're bound by state law not to use vaccine passports. NCL's Frank del Rio says they want to resume sailing with fully vaccinated cruise and guests but at the end of the day Cruise ships have motors, propellers and runners and God forbid we can operate in the state of Florida for whatever reason, and there are other states Way do operate from Lord of lawmakers recently passing legislation preventing businesses from demanding proof of a covert vaccination.
'Real Housewives' star Jen Shah arrested on federal fraud charges
"Welcome back to another episode of reality casey. I hope that you had a great week. But i'm gonna tell you who add a week and that is gen shah for real housewives of salt lake city. She was arrested and charged this week in connection with a telemarketing scheme. That defrauded many of whom are over the age of fifty. Five according to a superseding indictment. That was unsealed this week. Persistent stuart smith was also arrested and charged tuesday. Both shot and smith appeared before. Us judge dustin pete in salt lake city. Federal court on tuesday manhattan. Us attorney andre strauss said jennifer shaw. Who portrays herself. As a wealthy and successful businessperson on reality tv and stuart smith who was portrayed as her first assistant allegedly generated and sold lead list of innocent individuals for other members of their scheme to repeatedly scam in actual reality and as alleged the so-called business opportunities pushed on the victims by shaw smith and their co-conspirators were just fraudulent schemes motivated by greed to steal victims money and now these defendants face time in prison for their alleged crimes. Special agent in charge. Peter fits us said sean smith for of lavish lifestyle to the public as a symbol of their success. In reality they allegedly built their opulent lifestyle at the expense of vulnerable often elderly working class people as alleged disturbingly. Sean smith objectified. They're very real human victims as leads to be bought and sold offering their personal information for sale to other members for their fraud ring working with our partners at the nypd and the united states attorney's office southern district of new york and with the assistance of hsi. Salt lake city. New york worked to ensure that sean smith will answer for their alleged crimes as a result their new reality may very well turn out differently than expected.
Del Rio leaders, activists say current immigration situation is ‘unsustainable’
"Positive. As the immigration crisis continues. Del Rio Mayor Bruno Lozano is calling on the Bind Administration Toe Act. Now I'm pleading and requesting with you to please put a halt to any measures regarding the release of immigrants awaiting court dates. Into the city of Dario and surrounding areas. We do not have the resources available to house and accommodate these migrants within our community, Lozano says. The immigration disasters loved his small town swamped with 150 immigrants a day and due to overcrowding, Customs and border protection agents in the Rio Grande Valley are releasing some immigrants without a date for an immigration asylum. Petition.
Texas man charged in deaths of 8 undocumented immigrants
"Children and attacks. This man has been charged in connection with deadly head on crash that left eight illegal immigrants dead near taxes. Border City Federal authorities in Del Rio say they've charged 24 year old Sebastian Tober of Austin with transporting undocumented
FEMA chief says COVID-19 positivity rate among migrants is less than 6%
"Continues at the Mexican border. The White House acknowledges a steady increase in the number of migrants being stopped at the southern border. The head of homeland security insists the situation is under control. Meanwhile, CBS is Nicole's Ganga says the governor of Texas and other lawmakers fear migrants. Are spreading. Covert. 19, FEMA's acting director, says less than 6% of migrants tested for covert 19 at the US Mexico border are positive. That's a lower percentage than the overall positivity rate in the state of Texas, which stands at 7.4%. According to Johns Hopkins University. Since the end of January, Texas's emergency management division has sent 40,000 Rapid Cove in 19 tests provided by the federal government to border communities that includes Brownsville, McAllen, Laredo and Del Rio.
Marjorie Taylor Greene: US House votes to strip Republican of key posts
"Report. That they're covid. Nineteen shot may not only protect against disease but also help to prevent spread of the sars o. V. two virus the news was heralded by policymakers desperate to see a vaccine that can curb the spread of the disease but scientists have been a bit more cautious if confirmed the results would represent a breakthrough in the covid nineteen vaccine race so far the shots authorized or approved around the world have shown strong protection against moderate to severe disease but haven't definitively proven that people who get vaccinated are less likely to spread the covid nineteen virus but the data say. Some experts is confusing. So it's hard to adequately evaluate the companies claim that the shot can actually slow the spread of covid nineteen or not in the study published on the lancet pre print server which means the results have not been peer reviewed a gold standard for ensuring the scientific rigor of the findings astra zeneca and oxford scientists. Report that two doses of their vaccine was overall sixty six point seven percent effective in protecting against covid nineteen disease as part of its analysis. The research team also collected nasal swabs from and unvaccinated study volunteers in the uk every week and tested them for the virus. The scientists found that positive tests were about fifty percent lower among people who got two doses of the vaccine compared to those who weren't vaccinated because people who don't test positive are less likely to spread the virus the researchers extrapolated from those data. The astra zeneca shot can transmission of the covid nineteen virus. However that may be a bit of a stretch says dr carlos. Del rio executive associate dean of emory school of medicine. It's a leap of science. That i think still needs to be proven. He says what they show is that there was either decreased viral shedding or decreased detection a virus however they do not actually show that transmission was decreased. We can say less. Transmission is a possibility but the data on. That needs to come out says del rio. We wanna state the facts and don't want to overstate the facts. That concern was echoed by health officials. In switzerland who decided this week to reject the astra. Zeneca shot the data available and evaluated to date are not yet sufficient for approval. The country's regulatory bodies swiss medic said on february third part of the concern has to do with the fact that the astrazeneca study underwent a number of changes after the phase. Three trial was begun. A fact that some infectious disease expert say makes it difficult to interpret the results for a clinical trial as crucial as this one modifying the setup once it's underway is similar to changing the rules in the middle of a game the study originally set out to investigate a single dose vaccine but was changed to two doses when concurrently conducted early studies show that to set doses of the vaccine produced a stronger immune response further because of what astrazeneca said. Were mistakes in measuring doses. Some people in the study in the uk received a half dose for their first shot and a full dose for the second. one people also got different placebos. Some god benign nina cockles solution and some a saline solution. That could mean nothing. But it's also unusual to have two. Placebos sends that has the potential to introduce con founders into the study and because of limited supplies. Some study participants had to wait more than the three to four weeks originally planned between their doses while others when told they couldn't come back for their second dose at the time they expected chose to simply not get their second shot entirely. Frankly the way they did. These trials was really confusing. Says dr paul off it. Director of the vaccine education center at children's hospital of philadelphia and a member of the us food and drug administration's advisory committee that reviews vaccines for authorization or approval. This is the stuff you figure out in phase one. You don't fool around in phase three and see what works he says. Here's what the researchers report after getting a single shot. Seventy six percent of participants were protected against disease for up to three months. Afterwards from their their levels of antibodies generated against the virus which scientists believe are important to protect against disease began to drop those results suggest that while two doses of the astra. Zeneca vaccine preferable. A single dose could still be useful for about three months in controlling covid. Nineteen that might be especially useful information to act on if vaccines are in. Short supply.
Woman, 4 children killed overnight in Atlanta's DeKalb house fire
"Fire into Cab County Today on Del Rio Terrace, Channel Two action news reporter Christian Jennings says investigators found what adults and four Children under the age of five death. Investigators say they believe the deaths were smoke related no other injuries and not clear on what the relationship was between the adult and those Children. If that was a parent and no word on the cause of the fire, it's still under investigation. 9000 new
Five dead in DeKalb County house fire in metro Atlanta
"Five people have done Died in a house fire off Covington Highway into Cab County on Del Rio Terrorists, Channel two action News reporter Christian Jennings says one adult four kids under the age of five found in the house after a neighbor telling firefighters that there were many kids that live there. She was on her way to work. She told us that she's just devastated by this, and when I came out the house was already aflame and full of smoke. We couldn't really See a lot, But when I came out they were bringing a adult body out. And so I told them that there were babies in the house. You know, small kids, and so they really went into the sides. They really Be proud of the fireman, The family dog also passing away in the
Five dead in house fire in metro Atlanta's DeKalb County
"Killed overnight in a house fire off Covington Highway into Cab County, the house on Del Rio Terrace. That's where we find Channel two action news reporter Christian Jennings, who says investigators finding one adult and four Children deceased in the House, where the DeKalb County Fire spokesperson not long ago and he told me the heart breaking news that they estimate that those four Children who passed away We're all under five years old Corona
"del rio" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show
"We're we're all gonna die unless you once again. It bears repeating all going to die. So how do you wanna die. A miserable old bitch worried about something that happened five years ago or something. That didn't go your way or just. Put your fucking wig on and smile. I mean come on. It could be much worse. We talk about yourself being hateful. That word gets used a lot. Yes bianca del. Rio hateful in google. Search google search. I didn't know that typing toby. I it comes up with was unaware. That's good you all particularly hateful. I don't think anything. I don't think you come from a place of hate. No but i think that maybe publicly or to the average person i'm not the goody two shoes kissing everybody's ass type of individual so you know my brand i mean hate slash honest is what it is my honest opinion of whatever i talk about is what i talk about which is why i get so fascinated by the people who say you can't say that i can say it's my fucking opinion on this. Just like your fucking tweeden at me. You taught insert. It's your opinion. I just happened to have a microphone. And maybe a couple people that paid to hear it. It's not your cup of tea and if it's not your cup of tea that's why they have coffee. That's why we have coffee. And i think that's what's so odd about this world and when i had the opportunity to do in bed with joan rivers which was one of my favorite things ever is that she was very brian and she kind of switch things around because it was at the height of drag race for me after it happened and i was at an airport scrolling through comments and she says why did you read it and i was like well. You know i'm at the airport and i'm born. She goes don't bother because it's not going to help you. And i thought that's great but i thought well there's people being kind and in the end you realize that doesn't help you either because then you start to feed off of that. And then you start to manifest this idea while i'm fabulous great. No i'm a working clown. Who's having a good time. You know people that are curing cancer. As i said there's people that are doing lifesaving things but i'm out there having fun and if you wanna come along for the ride come along if you don't cool but i do find that that's where the sympathy comes in or the need to be liked for the need to know. Some people are going. Get it some people. Don't i say usually the smart people get it. And if you can't you can't focus on something. We live in america. i mean god. Deal with trump. Don't come after me. But that's but that's just me i think it's i think being a part of it i think if you're comfortable with in your life you start to realize. How lucky am i to be in london today and put on a wig and go sign a book for people that wanna see me. Ain't that bad. You know what i mean. What was it like meeting dame joan. The best thing in the world we had met. That was one of the fabulous. Things about living in new york is that new york. You can walk down the street and you see celebrities in los angeles. Probably here in london but in new york so condensed that it is not shocking to turn the corner and go. Oh my god. That's liza minelli. But joan was a huge theater supporter. So any time there was a broadway show. She was usually. They're opening night. She was a huge theatrical fanatic. And also with her grandson cooper she would constantly bring him to. And whenever i would be either atta show or someone set me free tickets or what have you. She was always gracious and always kind always took a picture and not. We never discussed career of that. She didn't know who the hell i was. But she was always fabulous than i thought. Her people skills amazing as far as being confronted or standing in a lobby of a theater. You know anybody could walk up to you. And she's so identifiable it's like well depending on what stage of her face when she was in but they would come up and say joan and she was always very gracious. That i'd met a couple of times and had a couple of photos with her. But i had done a gay cruise where a comedian on the cruise. But the number. Tony tripoli was a writer for joan on fashioned police and also writer for her on in bed with joan and he reached out to me and he says. Would you be interested in doing this. And i was like fucking and so we worked it out and it was in the summer and they flew me out to. Actually i was i was not. I was supposed to do a show in ohio. And at that point i had been ohio. Three or four times during bar gigs. So it was one of the few times i canceled. I've got i've got to do this. And my management the times said. I don't think it's a good idea. She's not going to pay for you to go and you're not getting paid for it. I h john fucking rivers. I didn't expect you to pay. She's jewish so. I went ahead and bought the ticket. And then we got there and we went in and filmed and that particular day fascinating. And i've told this story quite a few times but i'll give you the shorter version. Is that day should flown in from new york and so she was in l. a. And the red eye and she had four in bed with jones that day back to back and it really does happen and melissa rivers house and it really did happen in a basement room that there was there setup for her And the guy. Before me was the nieve guy from that tv show catfish on mtv not much personality. He's the brown the one who got catfish the other guy. The other host see what i mean. So he was loaned before me and the one after me was leeann rhymes insane. So i had gone. I'm the least known person on this roster. Okay in my gone in a onesie. 'cause my travel where i had my hair and everything and i didn't know what i wanted to wear. I mean i'm going in front of joan rivers. I thought well what do i bring like three or four options and so she was downstairs filming and she was doing these back tobacco after flying at the time she was eighty eighty one or eighty two because it was the same year she passed away. Some eighty two. I believe and so she came upstairs. I'm like what should i wear. She because i like the ones i said perfect and we went down and filmed it. We were supposed to do. I think it was seventeen or eighteen minutes was the a lot of time and we ended up cackling for about an hour of us just about everything. We could possibly laugh one point. We started laughing. Some is so they had to turn off the cameras because it was getting extra hateful but it was one of those moments where i was a ten year old boy. And you're sitting in joan rivers and something that you say she's laughing and i just thought i'm done like i can die now. I'm good. it was that it was that wonderful and they always say you know never meet. Your idols are never experience. But she was beyond lovely not was going to be my question. What happens when you crack a joke and joan rivers. Will you keep going. And that was the thing is that you just thought. Oh if she's laughing at this let me dig deeper and that was the thing but also it was very effortless i mean and it says something about her because a lot of people i've done interviews with you watch someone like david letterman. Who who's almost his gig is to be an asshole to people when he's interviewing or they have a scripted list of things that they're going to discuss it and there's no way even kind of float whether or not even listening and she was just that welcoming that you were just like. Oh you know how great it was daunting in your brain before it started but when you sat down with her it was at ease. I remember sitting in bed with her drinking wine. I mean in the middle of the afternoon you know so it was. It was one of those moments where you just go. Ou- fucking lucky. She had work ethic. And how professional. She is just something. It's just the legacy among other things real and there's a quote actually a that. I saw that you had said. Oh god but it's a quote by chita rivera every night. You have to prove the to be. Yeah what you rivera was one of those people. I met when i was in new york when i was seventeen and i had gone to kiss the spiderwoman..
"del rio" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show
"On the amazon show. Well here's ted. The books bianca. Del rio is in the house. Hello hi how are you. I'm delighted to be hanging out with you. Who i'm delighted to china with you often shockingly. I've been more in the uk than than expected lately. And i think. Obviously i have not travelled extensively this much since drag race because of i've been travelling quite a bit so i've been here rather frequently and i was here Just about a month ago during my uk. Leg of the tour. That i was on. So yes i want to say. It's quite a few times a year. Not a sell out in hammersmith. It was and we did three nights so it was three nights. There's thirty three hundred times three. Which is kind of surreal. Talk times three so trucks terms to an each year. It's gotten which has been great. And i didn't think there was that many people in london even knew who i was. I thought this is pretty amazing. But yeah the u k. I find which is fascinating whenever i announce a tour. They sell much faster in the uk. Maybe because we're not as accessible as it is in america because america's lazier but they do sell really well here in the uk and europe. which is what. I just finished Yesterday actually because going through all the research and just like keeping track with what you've been doing recently it has been nonstop. It's been travel travel. Travel quirk yes and kind of going taking a step back from. Not you have the most incredible work ethic while i think that's what what did i do. Any of the sport being forty-three helps. I think having drag race later in my life gave me a clearer picture of what i wanted to do. I had been doing drag for twenty three years so when you get this golden ticket you don't waste it sit back and and cry about it and also for me you know. What else am i going to do. Work at the post office. I'm going to have a real job. Am i going to. I can't deliver mail or take care of children's. So i figure i gotta do what i gotta do. And the thing that you're in london at the moment for is to talk about blame it on bianca del rio. Which is your book yes beautiful. She is photoshop. a glorious king. Well yes it is. Yes yes nothing with an opinion on everything it easily offended. Maybe this won't agreed. And i think that's what's important. I mean i've had this experience with a with with people. In general is that i think we live in a row now with social media where everyone feels that they are a social media warrior. And they can tell you their thoughts. And you're supposed to listen to what they say and mostly with a lot of the younger generation because they feel whatever they say online is important and with my particular brand of comedy. You may not like it and that's okay. I'm not threatened by you or your thoughts or your views. You're entitled to your opinion. Just like i'm entitled to my opinion but when people say you can't say this or you can't say that i can say whatever i want you don't have to like it but that's okay and i think that the younger people also with my brand they feel the need to just say something hateful for me to attack them online. Which is the thing that's laughable. Because i why would. I waste my time trying. Explain something to someone that i've never met and i'm not done in me. You know the people that want to laugh and have a good time and also the people that realize that i'm a joke. They get it you know. I mean i don't take myself seriously. I'm a man in a wig. For christ's sake like i'm not curing cancer here. I'm not your politician. I'm not sure president. You know. I'm not anyone that you voted for. So fuck off. You don't like it move on and can we curse. I didn't ask. We can't get out so okay. But i'll just take that little button on the upload. Yeah but you have this thing. Because i watch seasons extract drag race one. Yeah and when we all kind of want. I mean to be honest with you. I mean everybody's doing great. I mean from our season. You know everybody's doing great and which has been wonderful music. Doing fabulous adores great as well. So yeah yeah. I mean think everyone does well. Out of drag is a franchise. Sure i mean. I think it's a great opportunity if you use it properly and i think that that's where we come into a lot of the younger kids now on the show that just assume that once you win or wants to appear on television that everything magically happens and it's like the hustle is far harder than than you can imagine but i think speaking of the hustle. You have this excellent way. I do feel like reality. Shows can sometimes be a magnified exaggerated but a good example of what's going on in the world shore and the way that you navigated the reality show is i guess how you navigate life and it was just see challenge. Take it do it to the best of your abilities if you get kicked off fine if you don't great tick that box move onto the next one right and i could see why other people might ted themselves to you a little bit because you very grounded in solid and there's no kind of well from what i've seen. There's no. I don't really know. Well you can't i mean thanks for the compliment but i think that it's also just i know what i am and it's when i accept it to go on a show edition for television show and then they said do you wanna do it and accept that it is. I guess i'm putting myself in this situation where people i wouldn't piss on. We're going to give me their critiques on fire. I would walk away. But in the end i to this situation so therefore it could turn out really well or could turn out really bad. No matter what happens. I would have to take full responsibility for it and i think that's what's missing from a lot of the contestants they go on they think they're fierce and fabulous because their friends told them they were and the thing is it's a game someone's going to go home now it's how you handle it when you go home. It's what you say after it's realistic. You are with yourself in the situation and you gotta go come on. It's not that serious drag. If i didn't win. Or if i would have been kicked off. I wouldn't have been upset. I accepted this opportunity and this challenge and went into it. And if they didn't like me that was part of the game. That was a risk. I was taking. But that's a perspective. I think that sometimes we talk about social media it gets it gets lost a bit. These your will. Everyone's an expert. You watched two episodes of drag race and for supposed to tell me what i'm supposed to do. It's like fuck thirteen years old. Fuck all the way off. And that's the thing that's the part that gets me. And i even see some of my drag friends from the show. They engage in. This madness argue with people online. Nothing gets solved in the comments section. And i also didn't ask you to follow me. You don't i this tons of people. I'm not fond of kanye west. I could give two shits about what he has to say what he's singing about..
"del rio" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show
"And welcome to another episode of the emma gun show and an episode from the of. That's right with nearly five hundred episodes under our belts. Can you even believe it. I thought we could revisit some of the conversations from the gun show archive that have really resonated with you but that also cover topics that are central to what this podcast stands for a hunger for knowledge positively overcoming obstacles and striving to be the best version of ourselves. If you are a longtime listener of this podcast you may remember when this episode was first published. You may even have listened to first time around. But i'm aware that new people find the show all the time and with hundreds of episodes in the back catholic. It can be quite the task to catch up so for this series. I'm bumping these conversations to the top of the feed and my guest in this episode is bianca. Del rio the insult comic drag queen and winner of season. Six of rupaul's drag race. I asked bianca real name. Roy halo to come on the poco back in september two thousand eighteen. Because i so admired and i can only honestly think of one word to describe this quality that roy demonstrates and that's how bulletproof he seems yes. I've seen him by the medium of a reality tv elimination show. But what. I can tell you this time around that. I couldn't the last time as the impression we left on me. After we met has always remained is really positive really uplifted. And he's the sort of person that you spend time with and you just think anything is possible. And furthermore you think anything is possible. If i'm true to myself if you could bottle roy sense of self and view of the world i would be first in line to buy it. It is a magical elixir. That not only means that. Roy is centered and grounded but which seems to draw the people around him into the same sort of safe orbit. He has the ability to read any room. Suss out since well if you ask as opinion then expect the truth. When i decided to put together this series. This episode was one of the first that came to mind. So i really hope you see the value in roy story insights as much as i do so without any further ado. Let's head back into the volts and bianca. Del rio.
Moderna applies for FDA authorization for its Covid-19 vaccine
"Well dirty joins visor and asking for FDA emergency approval even when and if that happens, wrapping up the vaccination effort will be a massive logistical challenge, says Dr Carlos Del Rio at Emory School of Medicine. The challenge is gonna be the distribution. The charge is gonna be the administration. The challenge will be the storage, the FDA says before it decides to roll out any covert 19 vaccines. It's scientific advisors will publicly debate Whether there's enough evidence behind each candidate. US hospitals have been stretched to the limit as a nation has seen more than 160,000 new cases per day and more than 1400
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"It's going to look like. Jane i'm just pointing out that rivera's one of rivera's constance in carolina was playing their best football at the end of the year right second secondly on the draft choice we keep forgetting this and i think you may have brought it up before anybody else with me anyway and. Somebody reminded me of this while i was taking calls on the radio show this morning. They may not have a first round pick next year. Once this beth wilkinson investigation is over. We don't know what it will lead to. It certainly is possible that the organization based on the findings could be fine and could be docked draft choices. Yes it is. It is possible sir. Just remember that had some nuance you got. You don't have no nuance there with that. One all right a few things to get to the show Jack del rio tweeted. Something out. i don't know if you saw this but we have to talk about that. Adam schefter had a very interesting report about the ryan kerrigan possibilities for trade on sunday. That i want to ask you about because i thought it was an odd way to write a story Bill belichick is making excuses in new england for eighteen. That's pretty much dead. And i wanna talk about the game last night. Because it was a controversial ending will do all of that and more right after this word from one of our sponsors. This football season assured different but pepsi.
Trump’s medical team says he could be discharged from Walter Reed as soon as Monday
"Could be headed back to the White House as soon as Monday that from the president's medical team who held a briefing today, here's a clip from that Dr Sean Connolly, speaking in front of Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. Over the course of his illness. The president has experienced two episodes, Transit drops his oxygen saturation, and and there there was was much much more more information information from from today's today's briefing, briefing, particularly particularly compared compared to to yesterday's. yesterday's. Let's Let's welcome welcome NPR NPR science science correspondent correspondent Richard Richard Harris. Harris. Good Good Morning, Morning, Richard Richard and Dr Carlos del Rio, an epidemiologist at Emory University. Hello, do you Are you? Well, Richard, I'm going to start with you. But let's hear first. Ah clip from Dr Brian Garbled E. On the treatments the president has received. We continue to plan to use a five day course of Rome disappear. In response to transient low oxygen levels as Dr Conley has discussed. We did initiate Dexter methadone therapy, and he received his first dose of that yesterday. And our plan is to continue that for the time being All right, Richard, What does that tell you? Well, that tells me that the president was at fifth had very least serious course of disease, and he's getting sort of the top line treatment to address it. The decks the method zone is a steroid. Drug that helps tap down inflammation, which can be a really bad sign in somebody who's immune system may be starting to overreact to the virus. So doctors have come to realize that this is actually capable of saving lives in people. This is the only drug that has actually been demonstrated to do that with Corona virus, and so they've given it to him that will really help stabilize his immune system. That's the hope and of course, the room disappear is a drug that is designed to stop the virus from mass producing itself inside the body. The FDA is authorised its use, but specifically people who are really sick enough that they need help breathing. It has now become evident that the The president's had a couple of episodes where his oxygen levels were dropping. And and at least one instance where they gave him supplemental Oxygen. So s so it looks as though he's you know, getting pretty aggressive treatment for his for his condition, which seems appropriate And surprising to me is how quickly they expect that he may actually be able to go home. Maybe as soon as tomorrow. Well, Dr Del Rio. Let's talk about that. We heard in the clip in the introduction. The doctors they're talking about the president's oxygen levels. As we know with covert 19. It does affect the lungs and oxygen. Saturation is a real big indicator about how well you're doing. So, what did you hear there? Well, you know, I heard several things that hurt that. He he was there when you need to put things together. He's initially diagnosed. He's got mild of these, like, you know, 84% of people of covert have smiled. But they made the decision to give them the one of the two call antibodies Regeneron one and that's currently being studied in people with mild disease. We don't need to be in the article. Then his options saturation crops, and the decision is to transfer into the hospital because once your oxygen saturation cross below 94%, even if it's transitory. You're immediately in the category of no longer mild or moderate, but in the category of being released and its investigations that boat from disappear and Memphis on has proven to be effective. And that's exactly what the president has received was given disappeared. He conceded that the medicine and that's where he currently is right now, Dr Florio. This's important so I'm going to put this to you all along. They had been describing The president's symptoms as mild. You seem to be suggesting that the moment his oxygen levels dropped and he was given supplemental oxygen and then put on these experimental treatments. You could no longer categorize him what he was experiencing as mild symptoms. That is correct. Correct at that point in time, the president no longer having me having mild disease. That's how he's having severe disease, and he's put in a different category. And you know, that explains why Mark Meadows was concerned as express complains why he was actually he told us you know the president. We were very concerned. You know exactly that. I think he's telling you, he was telling the truth. But then I guess the question is your your doctor. Why wouldn't the presidents of the president's doctors have explained it in the same way? I mean, we heard today. Dr Conley say that he wanted to give an upbeat assessment. But that seems at odds with perhaps what the truth may have been. That is correct. I mean, I don't want to to say you know, but I was quite frankly, very disappointed by the press briefing yesterday. I think the press briefing yesterday. What spent he was speaking like a spin doctor. He wasn't speaking like a medical doctor. And you know the job of a loss in medicine when you're doing something like this, especially when somebody who is as important as president is to is to speak the truth and to be transparent, and I think, you know, Unfortunately, we are an administration were transparency and truth has not been at the forefront of this of this response. And we're seeing even in this case when the president of the patient
Atlanta Area Minorities Needed For Coronavirus Vaccine Trials
"Companies signed a safety pledged to maintain high ethical ethical standards standards for for Corona Corona virus virus vaccine, vaccine, one one local local trial trial says. says. They're They're slowing slowing things things down. down. Modernise Modernise is is they'll they'll be be slowing slowing down down their their face face three three trials trials of of a a cove cove in in 19 19 vaccine vaccine to to make make sure sure they're they're adequate adequate numbers numbers of of minorities minorities and and high high risk risk patients patients signed signed up up memories. memories. Dr. Dr. Carlos Carlos Del Del Rio Rio says says This This will will allow allow the the clinical clinical trials, trials, which which are are being being conducted conducted at at Emory Emory to to cover cover a a wider wider swath of folks as far as a vaccine available for everyone By Election Day, people that are going to be injecting a vaccine into their arms before Election Day are gonna be people volunteering for studies, he says. If you do volunteer for a clinical study, you could certainly be vaccinated by then. Michelle right, 95.5. USP. If you're using this
Washington coach Ron Rivera has a form of skin cancer
"Head coach Ron Rivera has revealed he has cancer. The cancer squamous cell carcinoma is a form of skin cancer. Rivera says he spotted the lump on his neck back in July and went to the doctor who told him he can keep coaching as he undergoes treatment. Rivera says he'll do just that, though he does have a plan B in case he needs to step up. Side That could be defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio, who has previous head coaching experience with two teams.
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"Yeah I I was surprised that he did that. I guess we'll read more about that in his book Y once. Why don't you offer to go straight at former help them with? You know. That would be funny, wouldn't it? Yes? That would be funny The fact I mean that's just goes to say this I mean. How does he act in Baltimore? Do they treat him with kid gloves and Baltimore? I don't understand how this guy could do this. And then get away with the teammate in Baltimore. You know we'll Tommy. Here's where you have to just open your mind a little bit. We both agree that Baltimore is one of the top flight top to bottom franchises in all of the NFL. Quality people from the owner down. I just can't imagine if he were that bad. On the field or off it. Jim Harbaugh John Harbaugh would put up with it, he. He must be totally different now. Maybe it's because he's not starting. And he's not playing I. Mean there's got to be a little bit of humbling through that process, don't you think? Yes I would think so. Maybe that's the case. I. You know. May maybe I mean when he talks about Washington? He just reverts back to the way he was in Washington. He must be totally different guy. What else that's it! We want long. All right I'll talk to you next week, thanks. Have a good weekend. I. We're done for the day I. Will I promise be back with the podcast tomorrow?.
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"Is that even Robert I think in the past is admitted that the relationship between he and the Team Mates and the coaching staff even at three and six was really good. There weren't any issues there. The issue started after he got hurt and after cousins played because there was tension. Tension is Cole McCoy has mentioned before between those two from the jump because Kirk was ready to play a traditional style of football and Robert. Wasn't that wasn't what he did it? Baylor but it really didn't matter. They were having success. They won seven straight games. They got to the postseason, and then he mentioned this thing about race playing a role in what happened. In Washington he said race played a role in some way. What do you think he was referring to? I'm not sure. What do you think he was referring? I didn't know and I asked John. This morning in John said I think he wasn't referring to anybody specifically or the organization, but just the experience overall of the black quarterback in the pressure, and then the opportunities are the limited number of opportunities that. You are afforded if it doesn't work out in a big way, right from the jump. John thinks that he was referring to. That he you know there's a lot in this interview about twenty seventeen in him, being completely of football and him, not getting more opportunities to start, he had to take this Baltimore Opportunity. Because it was essentially one of the only opportunities out there any nearly didn't make the team the first year using Baltimore he had to play well in a preseason game against Miami to solidify his position as you know the third string quarterback behind flacco and Lamar Jackson two years ago and then last year's the backup behind Jackson there is this sense that he has that he should be starting. You got that sense, right? Oh Yeah. and. So I think John's feeling was the reference to race playing a role in some way was the you know black quarterbacks, not being afforded, you know the same second and third chances you know after. A A failure, so to speak, which twenty thirteen in two thousand fourteen clearly were. But that's.
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"The last few years now I've had our T. problems over the years I. Don't let if you want me to have asthma a I don't have. Well you've had. You harkening. You on related issues at times over the last couple of years. You get on a plane if you hide across country. If, I had to. Yes. I would well why? What makes you any better than me? Have Asthma? I have asthma for two weeks during the spring when the trees and the tree pollen is really high. That's IT I. Don't have asthma at any other point I've I've allergy induced asthma for a week or two during this spring and that's it. You have the guy you're the guy on payments, not me well I mean. I would have been an. If I hadn't have had the pain mets on Monday. I would have been a pain in the ASS for everybody in my house all right, let's get to this Rg. Three stuff all right rg three. If you miss this and I would urge everybody to go, listen to a John Time did a really really good job. In interviewing Robert Griffin the third for forty five minutes on his podcast. Same Way you get our podcast, you can get John's podcast. You can also go to twitter page at John. Underscore time and he's got a link directly. To the interview with Rg three there John has been he. I asked him because I had him on the show today. You know how he got that interview. Because Griffin really hasn't talked Tommy in a long time, not about DC. And the experience here and he said that he's been in conversation with him about doing something and then Griffin put out a video on Friday. About him being very active in in causes involving racial injustice, and he put out this seven minute video, which was very well done and John Call Them Up, and said look. We can talk about the video as well and Griffin agreed to do it to do the interview. We're going to play a couple of soundbites. We're not gonNA play a significant percentage of the interview and we'll talk about a couple of the other soundbites. The first one dealt with RG threes perception. You know John asked him. The perception of you versus reality reality of you are people surprised when they get to know you and he said this. To to keep it a hundred. You know the the media coverage of me and in Washington by you as well as part of the reason that. As you say might have been pleasantly surprised. Or you're able to change the perspective of change the narrative the people who've always known me. Always known that I've always been this guy. Who who really sit down and look at what happened in? Washington exactly why that happened. And you know from what I've learned is obviously how to navigate it and how to you know just be to be yourself and and let the rest of take care of itself. So when I got the Baltimore you know to be honest. Part of the reason I thought of the League because of that that section. In seventeen. I was pretty upset about that because I know I know you know the person that I am and the team that I am. and I've had that echoed to me by teammate. Right that it was you know unfair that I had that perception so when I got the Baltimore, they just kind of on the NFL look man. Kobe yourself. You know. We got your back and you know. Hopefully you can show us that you can make you know. Make this team. and I wonder not did that and I think I I've proven to the to the Baltimore Ravens, and and hopefully to the rest of the league that the the whatever happened in Washington wasn't a by product of me. Not Working hard wasn't about product me being. you know a bad team made or or any negative things that are written? That was just about product. an angry coach and you know that's just the bottom line, so I think I've proven. to the Ravens into the rest of the League that my character is always is always been what what has been from when I came up, came out of college, and I'm a hard work in dedicated person who's GonNa. Do whatever you have to do to help the team win. So that that's rg three taking a shot there at the DC media, one of the interesting things about this interview Tommy. If you listen to it like I did start to finish at the very end of the interview. Griffin says to John I'm paraphrasing here. I'm glad we were able to do this without it. Turning into a finger pointing session well, you'll hear it. All he did throughout was finger-pointing. With him blaming the media for part of the reason that he was out of football in twenty seventeen, and that this narrative about the media the media's perception of him was wrong. He also referred to you know this being a situation where he was the product of an angry coach first of all on the media stop. I know where you're GONNA go with this I. Think I can predict it, but you're not you're you weren't the victim here? You just weren't there a lot of stuff that happened that you were responsible for the owner was the coach was, but this wasn't. Media influenced high agree. I mean I don't know why. You think I'm Kinda. Go Up! I'M GONNA. Go someplace different I mean the whole victim car. That's what he continues to.
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"Abandoned, and now the state has blocked it off so because there were a lot of like onlookers and and course we go take a look at this ghost town because the mind fire is still burning underneath the town. You can still see smoke coming up through the streets and stuff well. The redskins have been a mind fire for for years. And Ron. Rivera has moved in and he's expected to put. The mind fires out, and you can have when you're trying to do this, you can't. You can't get back to to to a situation like this. This is like a mind fire, all of a sudden blow and right up. Ruskin. Yes, this is what I mean. I mean the Redskins. They're not gonNA fire him. Because people say oh, my God so much for culture change their fire and their defense coordinator for being on social media before the season even started, but. And and you're right. There's one scenario where you know. He speaks a team. This gets resolved for football. Sake and everyone is on the same football page, but the other scenario is, it becomes an issue as they gathered to play football. over the course of the year, and comes to a very ugly situation inside the locker room or inside the building. At some point, they're going to be players who are going to be angry at some point with Jack del Rio over football matters. And all the sudden. It's GonNa, pop her head. This big doesn't like me. This guy is a bigot and ease.
"del rio" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"Ron, Rivera has been so open and up front and trying to leave the organization in step with with the movement that we're seeing in the country, the black I mean they Ron Rivera. basically and the redskins organization has embraced the black lives. Matter Movement Oh. They've created a commission accounts to you which I doubt that Jack del Rio's going to be a part of. At this point. You're at the point now where news organizations or writing stories about your social media. That's the problem. When when people writing stories about what you post on social media, and you're a defensive coordinator on a football team. You've got a big problem. Yet, but nothing's been done so far about that problem. They hoping it'll go away because if they're hoping it'll go away with response to public reaction. Then we get to the time where his players are together with him. Does he have to address his players? You know and on some level you know I do believe he should be who he is, and he should say I have the right to my beliefs I have a right to vote for who I want to vote for half. Have the right to believe in what I want to believe in. So do you and I support that right? Support your right to believe and vote for whom? You vote for and I'd ask that you support minor. Does it have to go further where he has to? You know really explain and justify and rationalize or backtrack which I don't see him doing personally. Well here's.
"del rio" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"Locker Room. where politics? You know everyone has sort of like. Not respected but built up their own personal walls about their own politics inside a locker room. You. Know and put them aside for the the Team Business You, know I think that's going to be different. Come. September and October particularly fueled with what what will be very volatile election and a very emotional election, and giving what we've been through in the past couple of months. and the message that silence is no longer an option. I think there's GonNa. Be some more NFL players than ever. They're gonNA have the outspoken. About their positions inside that room and it may conflict with people and they and and you know there's this feeling right now. If you're not with us, then you're part of the problem. Well, of course there's there's that feeling right now. There is definitely. As we've discussed. you know a an effort to Iraq kate free speech and Free Alternative Opinion Speech in particular in this country right now something that we've spent time talking about before in previous podcasts. We don't need to go there now. I know you've said that and I didn't disagree with it I, in fact, I could totally see it becoming much more of an issue now than maybe it's ever been in the past. Even going back to as we discussed, I think the other day. The nineteen sixty eight election between Humphrey Nixon you know it was just a different environment back then but I to me it's much it's even more. Potentially damaging or influencing on a locker room with a coach who's being asked to lead and lead a locker room? I can't go down the list of defensive players or offensive players. It really doesn't matter the players in the locker room. I don't know what their politics are, but I would guess that the majority are very much involved in what has been going on now will vote for Biden are anti-trump. And many of which in the locker room, black and white by the way who will believe that if you're a pro trump, you're a racist. You know that there's something bad about you. I think that will be the prevailing notion. It will be the majority. Well. You agree with me. We can't. We can't sit here and say every one of his players are going to disagree with them, because we don't know that but the Merwe Garneau, but the majority will we can. We can guess on that, yes. Yes I would agree with that. But I mean. This is the kind of thing that you're right for. Coach could be very divisive inside that locker room I mean to the point where let's say you got the defensive players who who life chat del Rio. No matter what is politics. And you've got offensive players, you know who never spent any time with del Rio were just totally offended by what he said, and and and what he's done on social media I. You could divide defense versus offense. It could for coach for the defense coordinator, arguably the second. Of Right Say del Rio a second in command behind Ron Rivera. Definitely on watching staff for sure. Yeah, it's not Scott. No, no, he's not not the set of a coach You know, get his first real GIG so Yeah, this could. This could be very volatile and I'd be shot. If you see anything else from Jack. Del Rio politically on social media as long as he's with this team. Okay I want to get to that in a moment, but but. I. We, we've talked about going back to capture nick, you know. Freedom of speech does not mean freedom of consequence I think everybody understands that you know you have the right to say what you want. And if he's really passionate about his politics, and he's not concerned about the consequence more power to him, he has that right, but the consequence in his environment right now. is what we're discussing here. In the moment, Tom could be very divisive in the locker room. I would not discount. That is a possibility I also wouldn't discount the possibility that you. You get to training camp and it's all about football and that he's an excellent football coach. which everybody knows no one's ever said anything other than Jack del Rio is a really good defensive coach. You know at the very least but he was against players kneeling back in two thousand seventeen, even though he gave in, and you know he, he made it very clear against it, but he did give in and allow players especially marshawn Lynch who had been sitting for the anthem for years, and no one even really knew it or said anything about it. But. I before we even get to a locker room situation you just talked about. You doubt if you'll ever see anything more political from Jack del Rio on his twitter account first of all he has yet to delete the re tweet of AOC's tweet. He's he's not apologized for anything. He hasn't made a statement. I can't imagine Tommy, and some will disagree because they'll say well. Well that's he's his politics lineup with Snyder's politics. It doesn't matter. Snyder is in a business right now. Snyder wants a football team wants a culture change, and once this Ron. Rivera thing to work out I can't imagine he's thrilled and I cannot imagine that that, Ron. Rivera's thrilled that Jack del Rio a new prominent voice in an organization that needs to change its culture. is taking his politics public. especially, since.
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"Or a buster Olney tweet. To make sure it is exactly them and not just one letter off or one syllable off or. Once in a while I'll make the mistake of re tweeting something. From from somebody who's reporting news which amid news? an ob from a fake website or fake fake twitter name but I don't think I've ever. Actually re tweeted a whole fake story. Have you ever when you've done that. Have you just apologized for it or you just deleted it? I've done. Both I deleted and apologize okay, so look that brings us to Jack del Rio on Tuesday night, the new redskins defensive coordinator, so there was this fake tweet that. made the rounds as if it had come from Alexandria Cossio Cortez's account AOC's account it read as follows. It's vital that governors maintain restrictions on businesses until after the November elections, because economic recovery will help trump be reelected a few businesses. A few business closures are job. Losses is a small price to pay to be free from his presidency. Hashtag keep us closed. Sue Somebody put that out on Monday and they dated it like in May. Now I know a lot of people that would have read that in would've legitimately thought that it was real coming from that particular source. But to your point. Old Jack, Del Rio or defensive coordinator he may be able to size up offense time. He but he can't size up a fake tweet at this point. Hearing he re tweeted it and wrote. Wow, question, mark, exclamation, point, exclamation, point, proof, dot, dot, dot, com on a Oh see, and he got taken to the woodshed on this, so that started a night of him on twitter, which included him re tweeting a candice Owens Video. If you don't know who owens's, she's a super conservative. Trump's supporting black female a pundit, and You know if if you've. All you gotta do is is Google Candice Owens to find out about her. She's got a massive following, but obviously a highly controversial figure He Re tweeted one of her tweets videos. He then liked the following tweets, one of which was a candice Owens tweet that read as follows. I'm just amazed that so many people actually believed that someone left a new and bubba smell. Let's NASCAR garage. She referred to Ms Bubbas Millette. I mean really people. It's twenty twenty folks anytime. Someone claims an old fashioned noose was used. There's a ninety nine point nine nine nine nine percent chance. It's a hoax that was tweeted out by Candice Owens on June, Twenty, third and Jack. Del Rio on Tuesday night. Liked that tweet. He also liked one of Charlie Kirks tweets. If you don't know who Charlie Kirk is another major super conservative pundit. He tweeted out. Someone tries to topple. A monument to a US president is not a protester there rioter and a criminal time to start quickly arresting and indicting the domestic terrorists who are doing damage to America. Then he got a tweet. Which is now been deleted? it's back up. It was deleted this morning. It's backup. He got a tweet that said just found out coach. Del Rio is a trump supporter. Wish these old racists with stay off Twitter del Rio, re tweeted it in wrote I'm one hundred percent for America. If you're not, you can kiss my ass, and it was actually a with dollar sign, dollar, sign and in caps well, I, guess the dollar sign wouldn't technically be a cap, but the A is in caps. So. That's the night he had on Tuesday night. You can start with your reaction and then I'll give you mine. Well this is what I brought up earlier to you now. This is more of a coach player. Player player thing. But I think. NFL.
"del rio" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"Or dressing down so. Interesting. Yeah I didn't know that by the way the redskins didn't play the colts every year, but they did playing back to back in seventy, seven and seventy. Eight I've watched this game. It's available on Youtube. it starts with Howard Cosell, interviewing Bert Jones and billy kilmer on the field for the game, and then they go into you know, the Monday night football team right after that so anyway How did we get on this? Oh Burke was on a flight with me to New Orleans. You might going home because he's from New Orleans! Right I mentioned suck form. And that's how this. Although that's how this all started. Okay, Let's start with Jack del Rio, and what he did on twitter, the other night and I didn't do the show yesterday. I didn't have a chance to weigh in on this and I'm sure you followed this as well. Jack del Rio for those that missed it and are hearing about it for the first time on Tuesday night. you know really got active on twitter, which he has been very active on twitter. It was only a you know. Couple of months ago on the radio shows like a Jack. You May WanNa just tone it down a little bit on twitter. Tommy I don't know if you re recall this, but in April, I'm so about two and a half months ago. It was early April. He got duped by by a parody site called the Babylon be a fake site. You know a comedy site basically because they put this fake story out there that was titled. Liberal treated with hydroxy chloroquine hopes. He's still dies of covid nineteen to prove that trump is stupid and Jack del Rio re tweeted that and wrote pure ignorance, and of course people lit them up with dude. It isn't real He never responded to that so the other night he was really active on twitter again. This is the redskins new defensive coordinator. Coming into an organization that's preaching culture change. And really making a lot of moves that that speak to the Times Tommy. Wouldn't you say Oh.
"del rio" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"Good team very team team that a double digit winning team. For a few years. That just couldn't get past. The steelers order raider fan the dolphins of course I mean. Decade Yeah, the the AFC of the seventies was dominated by the dolphins, steelers and raiders. Now the steelers ended up being the team of the decade, but the dolphins went to three consecutive, super bowls in seventy, one, seventy, two in seventy, three, those three seasons in one two of them, against the Redskins in the Vikings and the raiders only won one super bowl that decade, but they were constantly in AFC championship games against Pittsburgh in. You're right Tommy, those Colt teams with Birch Jones in enlightened Mitchell and Roger car, and doughty and good defenses Ted. Marchibroda coaching those teams right I think it was ted, Marchibroda Yeah on March had urban and John. Dutton get John. Tackle Brent. They were constantly knocking on the door, but losing you know they lost a Pittsburgh at home that when that that small aircraft when the stadium emptied crashed in the upper deck of Memorial Stadium they lost in that famous thirty seven thirty one overtime game on Christmas Eve seventy seven. The raiders they lost. I think one of their losses to the Dolphins in the AFC championship game in the early seventies, but that wouldn't have been Burr, Jones that may have still been earl, moral, or or Johnny you. God I told you the story about sitting on a flight with Burr Jones right. I don't see how you couldn't have. I. Don't remember of course I, no, Eric what am I say. No I told you the story because I. Remember you being laid Bert, Jones was one of my favorites. This is early to mid nineties. Maybe late nineties I had a flight to New Orleans on the plane. I sit down. I'm sitting there the paper or whatever and then somebody sits down next to me and you know five minutes later. I looked up and it's per Jones. And I said I said to him I, said Bert Jones and he said yeah like I think he was surprised that anybody would recognize him. You know basically twenty years after he played we ended up having the nicest conversation I was going through all the games I remember. They played the Redskins back to back years Tommy on Monday night football in seventy, seven and seventy eight. So these were St, this was George Allen team the final year and a Jack Party coach team. Both of the Games were in memorial stadium. You know back then. There was no rhyme nor reason to how you played AFC opponents. You know Although now, wondering did the Redskins just have a locked in thing with the colts every year? Is that possible? Is, that is let me just go back in seventy six. Did they play the colts? It's not showing up here. I don't know if they did or didn't anyway. Seventy seven, seventy eight. They played the colts on Monday night football in seventy seven. It was a driving rainstorm at memorial. Stadium and the Redskins lost ten to three. It was a crushing loss. Redskins didn't go to the playoffs that year. and And and Bert Jones was the quarterback in that game, but the famous Bert Jones game one of the most famous games of his career. Came the following year on a Monday night football game at Memorial stadium against the against the redskins right? Seventy eight. Maybe it was seventy nine. No seventy eight and Bert Jones rallied the colts back with with two second-half touchdown passes to Roger Car He had basically separated. She was playing with a separated shoulder. He was hurt and he threw three touchdowns I. think it was three or four touchdowns and I? Remember talking to him talking to him about that game and he said that's that's right up there with the most memorable games of my career, because the Redskins, even though they weren't division or a conference rival, it was a big game, and it was Monday night football and you know I i. Let us back. To to to win in that game, you know I. Don't think I don't things I liked about him. I don't think I ever saw a quarterback. Be Racist teammates publicly. As much as for Jones would really. For there for everybody to see on TV, and they all cowered in fear of him. He must have been tough guy because he didn't get any push back from teammates, and he would remain them out where it for everybody to see if they weren't doing what what he thought, they should be doing I've bertone's? That's one of the things I remember distinctly about Burke Jones very demonstrative in in his. Public criticism,.
"del rio" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"The opposite anything to get an edge yet anything There was a story. The other night That someone was telling and I can't remember who it was now But it it dovetails off of this that someone They arrived at a stadium for a road game the day before and practice in that facility and I want to say that it was the raiders. I believe it was the raiders and so they Were rummaging through the the locker. Room that the raiders gave them wasn't adequate so on the day that they went there to practice. I may be getting some of the details At a place here But but the general the general Substance of it still apply so somebody found the game plan. The Raiders Game Plan for the dolphins the next day in a locker in the raiders locker room because the dolphins had gone into us that locker room because the other locker room just wasn't adequate enough and they wanted to use a better locker room for the day that they were there to practice. They brought it. That person brought it to the defensive coordinator for the dolphins at the time and said look what I found and he said well. You'RE GONNA have to you know you're going to have to bring that coach Shula And to make a long story short they lost the game and the guy. The player said to the defensive coordinator. What the Hell. We had their game plan and he said. Shula looked at it and said you put that thing back or you throw that thing away. We will not use that. We will beat them fair and square. We're not GONNA take any advantage. That wasn't And you know I actually with a situation like that I I have a sense that a lot of teams may have returned it. Maybe I don't know the Patriots wouldn't have they wouldn't and the raiders and the raiders wouldn't not tear opponent. I'M PRETTY SURE. The raiders were the were the opponent But Yeah Dick Anderson saying that he did not like Belichick. But I'm telling you me I could have this wrong and it could be sort of fake from his standpoint but he really talked in a way in which it was apparent to me that Shula's one of his guys like Shula's one of the guys Paul Brownie felt the same way about Paul Brown. Are you know a couple of the guys that he thinks are the greatest of all time or certainly up there among the greatest of all time but anyway you know I thought of another team that would use it the redskins? Would you accept? They would still lose. Yeah well Probably you know. There's your daily two three times daily shot at the redskins without any without even being conversation. All right Jack del Rio Jack. Del Rio's the REDSKINS defensive coordinator. He's been head coach many times. It's been a defensive quarter many coordinator many times. He's coached great players mentioned yesterday. I think some of the comments that he made about chase young recently and And He tweets a lot like Jack del Rio tweets a hell of a lot. I don't know how many coaches tweet allot or don't tweet a lot jack. Del Rio tweets a lot. He tweeted something at the beginning of this pandemic. If you recall it was a response to basically a parody site where he was serious anyway Yesterday he re tweeted a hogs haven tweet and story hogs havens one of those redskin blogs websites. They've done a really good job over the years Kevin Walled. Originally some of those guys And I I. I think they've done a really good job. But anyway they wrote a very lengthy story Titled Hell Far. Back did Greg Muskie hold the two thousand nine redskins defense and they went through. What was a terrible defensive season for the Redskins last year and Heldman Dusky essentially accountable for most of the disaster last year and Jack del Rio read. The story re tweeted this story and wrote the following when he re tweeted it quote. I'd like to suggest we turn the page and look to the future. Greg is a good man and it is never about one man forward. We will spend our energy working to improve at all three levels of our defense. It's not about talent but who plays the best on Game Day exclamation point Hashtag onto next Hashtag h? T. T. R? Would you think of that tweet? Well it's interesting because Jack del Rio should pay attention to the history the past and learn as much as he can about what happened here before apply. I'll give you an example And.
Reopening Georgia: First Steps
"Georgia is one of several states. That are reopening in some form this week. But there's been a lot of debate surrounding those decisions and while many Georgia businesses reopen following rules of a new normal. There are still plenty of questions. We looked at the state board guidelines and tried to implement is needing of those things that was possible some like hair salon owner Shannon Stafford have cautiously decided to open their doors. But it's going to be difficult because we're so hands on so that's why I want to be kinda vital to making sure that we both wear mass arm. Hands ARE BEING CLEANED REGRET. Half fresh garments. We happened to put things like that in place Because eventually we're going to all be reopened. This is happening while others like CHEF. Ian Wins Laid. Still feel like it's too soon. There's lots of things that we can't get a hold of right now. Face masks or big problem Finding sanitizer is a big problem. And so we'd have to address all of those things before we can even considering opening. There's a lot for business owners to consider when thinking about reopening. Can you limit the number of customers? Make sure everyone is keeping a safe distance. Do you make everywhere mask. Not to mention how will each decision ultimately affects your bottom line joining me today to help address. Some of these concerns is Dr Carlos. Del Rio Dr del Rio is an infectious disease. Expert and a professor of medicine in global health at emory university. Where I am also on staff. His life's work is in HIV research. But he's now doing work on cove nineteen treatments and a vaccine politics aside. Carlos are we ready to reopen? You know I I don't think so but I would say sanjay that from a health standpoint. It's always too soon from a business standpoint. It's always too late. It's always such a hard decision in what I think we need to do. Is Find a place that we can have some business some economic development at the same time that we are doing it enough safe public health weight in the problem is we don't know the answer to that because we've never experienced this before. I'd like to send a couple of questions from these business owners to you and I'll preface by saying that everyone's situation is going to be a little different. How they approach. This is going to be how people assess risk is going to be different but I think there was a common sense that there's a lot of information out there. But maybe not enough clarity on what people should do. So this is a a question from Alex Bronstein. He's the owner of grind house killer Burgers in Atlanta. And he had this question right now. I mean six feet seems to be the standard. But you know if you're tables are six feet away sometimes. Somebody walks five inside of six feet or your server has come to your table. I mean how do you logistically make all this work? I don't know a couple of things unless you have somebody who US hyper spreader super spreader walking by somebody. Being close to somebody for just a few seconds may not transmit this. Maybe it's very different. If you're sitting at the table you know you and I have talked a lot about this article from China with the three tables people were sitting there. They didn't talk anything about the waiter. So the cooks it was people sitting at the table that were that got infected right. Is The people that were there for a long period of time so I think that's one thing to think about just to clarify for our listeners. Dr Del Rio is referring to a study. That recently came out of China in that study. They looked at how the virus had spread within a restaurant. There was one infected person who wasn't showing symptoms at the time and what they found. Is that this. One person seemed to have spread the virus to nine others both the person's table and surrounding tables it shows that the real risk there is that you're exposed for a prolonged period of time such as when you're sitting and eating the other thing is. I think that we have grossly underestimated. How much of this transmission is by phone mice by things you touch? So how do you make sure that when people walk in? They don't need to open the door the door so Ben. And what policies do we have in place from a human resource standpoint? That makes it easy for a waiter. If they're not feeling well do not come to work because they said no. I gotta go to work because otherwise I'm not going to get paid. Well that person is gonNA come to work and potentially can start a transmission so we really have to change a lot of things including HR policies. It's not just where we put our
"del rio" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
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"del rio" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program
"Hank handsome and spaghetti feel free to weigh in here. How shall we address? This one handsome Russell Wilson. Jack. Del Rio has said. In another space. I think it was on total access year NFL network a day or two ago, he thinks Russell Wilson isn't going to even be a Seahawk in twenty nineteen. So so Russell Wilson has said about a week ago. Now that he wants the deal done on tax day on April fifteenth next Monday that deal needs to be completed and that is what Jack del Rio decided based on that that that there's a good chance that doesn't happen which seems likely it's speaking to you on Wednesday. So there's a few day only a few days left to go. We haven't heard any normally the kind of details would sneak out there either close or not close on a deal. We haven't had anything about the potential of a deal getting done. I also I bide though by our Powell Daniel, Jeremiah's insights, generally kind of tied into these things. He's not recklessly speculating like damasec does I knew pie in the sky. I would like to see that and apply in your stomach as well. Anyway. New keeping my eye on my right, everybody be careful with yourself that cast anyway. I, but Gareth all I mean, the thing that DJ and everybody else will always remind you of is don't believe what anybody has to say. So what what could the Redskins say that would be compelling enough to make garafolo believe? Yeah, that's backed or they or is he just shooting the smokescreen. Josh Rosen still as it happens. I don't think case keenum is the answer. Whatever happens. The Redskins will have another quarterback in addition to case keenum, or instead of case keenum on the roster by the time we get to I would day. I would think so do you think Russell Wilson is a possibility. I mean, if you let's let's think about the teams Russell Wilson isn't when you talk about Russell Wilson, you're looking beyond the teams right now that we know need quarterbacks. The, you know, the cardinals all will, you know, any of the teams that the Broncos that a people talking about taking a team in the in the draft you then expand it to teams that maybe on completely sold on the quarterbacks. So then you know, you've got the Redskins you go those teams. But that may be the Cowboys are a team like wouldn't Russell Wilson in Dallas make sense if they don't one hundred percent believe in Daqing wanna say like we need this guy for the rest wouldn't that be set with one there? You know, there are all kinds of other places then open up like you might you might discover that that the patriots would say Russell Wilson could be an option for. Us. I mean, I mean that keep that keeps the Paolino..